The ViCTOR Back to Basics (B2B) series of videos, demonstrates how to conduct vital signs in children aged 0 – 18 years. Written, acted and developed by paediatric nurse educators in 2015, these videos are designed for any clinician working with paediatric patients. The videos specifically complement the ViCTOR and VICTOR Urgent Care charts. We suggest that you start with the main video (11 minutes) and then review the summary videos (~ 2 mins each) of the five ViCTOR age groups.
If you want more information about tailored paediatric education programs, including recognition and response to the deteriorating patient for your health service, please contact PIPER Outreach Education or the RCH Nursing and Allied Health Education team.
ViCTOR Back to Basics – Taking a closer look at paediatric observations
Age specific summary videos
ViCTOR B2B Disclaimer
The Royal Children’s Hospital and the State of Victoria have used their best endeavours to ensure that information made available through ViCTOR is accurate at the time of making it publicly available. While all such information has been researched, it is not intended to replace medical advice or diagnosis from a health professional. Your use of any information made available through ViCTOR is at your discretion. The Royal Children’s Hospital and the State of Victoria (and their respective employees, agents and contractors) will not be liable for any loss (including, without limitation, indirect, special or consequential loss or loss of profits), expense, damage, personal injury, illness or death which is suffered or sustained (whether or not arising from any person’s negligence) by you or any other party in connection with your use of or reliance on ViCTOR or any information, resources or other materials made available through ViCTOR. This exclusion of liability does not apply to any liability which cannot be excluded by law (but in which case that liability is limited to the minimum allowable by law).
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