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New resuscitation trolleys for training

With its own education and training programme, Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool is a leader in pediatric health research. For world-class education and training programs, a simulation suite was created within the research and education facility to transform the way physicians are trained and educated to improve patient care. In the Simulation Suite, the environments optimally reflect the real life scenarios in which medical professionals work. Acquired knowledge, skills and attitudes protect patients from unnecessary risks.

The Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation DRYING LITTLE TEARS supported the training team by procuring resuscitation trolleys and special patient beds. The training includes an APLS (Advanced Pediatric Life Support) course, which provides the knowledge and skills needed to identify and effectively treat and stabilize children in a life-threatening emergency. The aim of the course is to teach, practice and test in order to provide the highest possible quality and safe healthcare

Alder Hey Children's Hospital is dedicated to providing effective children's training for staff and outsiders who enroll in our training. It is therefore particularly important that our training equipment and aids are suitable and state-of-the-art. With the addition of a resuscitation cart, there is less downtime between scenarios as trainees can quickly move from one scenario to the next without having to wait for equipment to reset. With more tools now available, the team doesn't have to use the same device over and over again.


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