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Hemodynamic Patterns Before Inhospital Cardiac Arrest in Critically Ill Children: An Exploratory Study

PIPSQC is pleased to share the recent publication in Critical Care Explorations, entitled "Hemodynamic Patterns Before Inhospital Cardiac Arrest in Critically Ill Children: An Exploratory Study."

In addition, PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the following resources on pediatric patient safety:

PEDIATRIC PATIENT SAFETY
Choosing Wisely - The Low-Risk Paediatric Ankle Injury: Say Nay to the X-Ray
Factors Associated With Pediatric Emergency Airway Management by the Difficult Airway Response Team

PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE
Burned Children in U.S. PICUs—Not a True Representation of Pediatric Burn Care
Characteristics of Burn-Injured Children in 117 U.S. PICUs (2009–2017): A Retrospective Virtual Pediatric Systems Database Study
Life-sustaining treatment decisions in pediatric intensive care: an Italian survey on ethical concerns
Outcome Measures Following Critical Illness in Children With Disabilities: A Scoping Review

PATIENT SAFETY
Barriers to and Facilitators of Bedside Nursing Handover: A Systematic Review and Meta-synthesis
Rapid Response Teams as a Patient Safety Practice for Failure to Rescue
SEIPS 101 and seven simple SEIPS tools
Utilizing the Operating Room Black Box to Characterize Intraoperative Delays, Distractions, and Threats in the Gynecology Operating Room: A Pilot Study

Also of note are the articles below on COVID-19 and children:

MULTISYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME IN CHILDREN (MIS-C)
Characterizing the differences between multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children and Kawasaki disease
Current Understanding of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) Following COVID-19 and Its Distinction from Kawasaki Disease
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Associated with COVID-19 Anti-thrombosis Guideline of Care for Children by Action
Neonatal Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-N) Associated with Prenatal Maternal SARS-CoV-2: A Case Series

COVID-19 and CHILDREN
Mass infection is not an option: we must do more to protect our young

SECONDARY EFFECTS of COVID-19 on CHILDREN
SickKids releases new research on how COVID-19 pandemic has impacted child and youth mental, physical health

COVID-19 and SCHOOL REOPENINGS
AAP - CDC encourages layers of protection when school resumes