Similar to the Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape, except with more accurate, more up to date dosage rates and more frequently updated all around. A new EMS Pediatric Tape comes out every few years keeping you up too date with the latest facts for saving lives. The EMS Standard Pediatric Tape is designed for Pre-Hospital EMS. A reference tape to determine application as well as equipment sizes to use during emergency resuscitation on pediatric patients. One of the most popular pediatric tools needed with reference at each color bar on the tape informs you of equipment sizes to perform emergency resuscitation. A reference at each weight zone on the tape shows pre-calculated measurements.. Maximized Content – Wide variety of medications all within EMT-P scope, based on NASEMSO National Model EMS Clinical Guidelines. Includes narcotics and many other medications commonly used by paramedics yet omitted from other tapes.
- 2016 Edition
- Updated every few years or less
- More accurate than the Broselow Tape
- Easier to use – Reduced clutter, larger font sizes, and easier to navigate by focusing just on EMT-P medications and equipment.
- Useful Visual Aids – Ped/Inf Burn Chart, FACES Pain Scale, Ped/Inf GCS, APGAR, Infusion Drip Charts, LBS – KG Conversion Chart, Poison Control contact, etc.
- Improved Accuracy – Incorporates 2014 CDC NHANES data sets, others still using 2007. No folds or creases that skew measurements.
- Completely Compatible – Industry standard weight-color zones allows for seamless integration into your system.
- Made of strong reusable poly tape material...its not paper
- Broselow Pediatric Resuscitation System
- PediPro Pediatric Resuscitation System Kit - Z Fold
- PediPro Pediatric Resuscitation System Kit - Roll Out
- PediPro Infant System
- LSP Pediatric Immobilization Board
- ALS Standard Pediatric Emergency Tape
*If the healthcare provider incorporates a visual estimate of body habitus into the prediction, the accuracy of the estimate of actual patient weight is improved as confirmed in multiple studies. Specifically, for application the patient's length-based measurements zone if the child appears overweight. Thus, incorporating a visual estimate of whether the child is over-weight provides a simple method to predict weight that appears to be clinically relevant given the rise of obesity in the United States.