The American Heart Association’s (AHA) officially approved digital health tool to help physicians run codes and provide bedside PALS care with real patients is the AHA PALS app. Healthcare workers and EMTs can provide life-saving PALS at the point of care with the aid of clinical protocols, resources, and content found in the AHA PALS app.

In order to assist other doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and emergency medical technicians in providing the best possible PALS care, Harvard-trained physicians collaborated with the American Heart Association and Massachusetts General Hospital to develop the app.

PALS pathways are quickly accessible to users:

  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Tachycardia with Pulse
  • Bradycardia with Pulse
  • Post Cardiac Arrest Care
  • Critical Care References

This app is updated frequently with the most recent PALS content and contains all PALS content, including medication therapy and dosage, reversible causes, etc. This app is based on a subscription.

Quick access to PALS pathways (cardiac arrest, tachycardia with pulse, bradycardia with pulse, post-cardiac arrest care, and critical care references) thanks to the intuitive design
contains all of the PALS content, such as information on reversible causes, drug therapy, and dosage.
Timer with an easy-to-read display and the capacity to record defibrillation, adrenaline, and CPR rounds
When a patient reaches the ROSC Metronome sound feature, a button within the cardiac arrest algorithm enables a quick transition to the post-cardiac arrest care pathway, ensuring that the right rate of CPR is administered. Depending on the preferences of the clinician, function can be turned on or off.

For accurate CPR rate verification, use the metronome sound feature. Depending on the preferences of the clinician, function can be turned on or off.
Features for recording PALS Cardiac Arrest actions in addition to EPI, CPR, and shocks.
Relevant sources for critical care: Children’s vital signs (2); pediatric drugs used in PALS (i.e., medication names, indications, and doses); (3) pediatric Breslow tape, a color-coded length-based resuscitation tape; (4) pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale
Every piece of content was thoroughly reviewed by the AHA science team and active physicians affiliated with Harvard.
updated often with the most recent PALS information


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