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  • • Masks for bag ventilation (in premature, infant, pediatric, adult sizes)

    • Oxygen source with flow meter

    • Self-inflating bag with reservoir (500 mL and 1000 mL)

    • Oxygen masks (simple, Venturi type, and nonrebreather in premature, infant, child, adult sizes)

    • Suction, wall, or portable/Yankauer suction catheters (8F, 10F, 14F)

    • Cardiac arrest board

    • Emergency drug dosing card or Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape

    • Adhesive tape to secure airway

    • Nasal airways (infant to adult sizes)

    • Nasogastric tubes (8F, 10F, 14F)

    • Oral airways (infant to adult sizes)


  • • Butterfly needles (23 gauge)

    • IV catheters: Short over-the-needle (18 gauge, 20 gauge, 22 gauge, 24 gauge) several of each size

    • IV boards, tape, alcohol swabs, tourniquet

    • D5 1/2 normal saline

    • Isotonic fluids (normal saline or lactated Ringer’s solution)

    • Syringes

    • Sphygmomanometer (manual plus, if desired, mechanical) and blood pressure cuffs (in premature, infant, child, adult sizes)

    • Pediatric drip chambers and tubing


  • • Albuterol, 0.5% nebulization solution, 20 mL

    • Ceftriaxone, 5 g

    • Dextrose 25% or 50%, 200 mL

    • Epinephrine, 1:1000, 10 amp of 1 mg/mL (also effective when nebulized for croup in place of racemic epinephrine)

    • Lidocaine, 1%, 50-mL vial

    • Lorazepam or diazepam

    • Naloxone, 1 mg/mL, 2-mL vial

    • Activated charcoal, 125 g

    • Atropine (0.1 mg/mL), 1-mL vials (at least 5 vials)

    • Corticosteroids (methylprednisolone or dexamethasone)

    • Epinephrine, 1:10,000, 10 mL

    • Phenytoin, fosphenytoin, or phenobarbital

    • Sodium bicarbonate, 4.2%, 5 50-mL vials or premeasured syringes


  • • Portable monitor/defibrillator with pediatric paddles and skin electrode contacts (peel and stick)

    • Splints

    • Pulse oximeter with reusable (older children) and non-reusable (small children) sensors

    • Device to check serum glucose

    • Strips to check urine for glucose, blood, and so on

    • Ophthalmoscope

    • Otoscope

    • Infant scale

    • Standing scale

    • View box

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