Pediatric Advanced Life Support answer sheets typically only give the correct answer to each question, either by listing the answer letters or by highlighting the correct answer, according to Unity Point, a hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. An instructor can answer questions about why an answer is right or wrong.
PALS is a two-day course designed by the American Heart Association to supplement its Advanced Life Support, or ALS, course. ALS teaches health care providers how to care for adult patients suffering from heart attacks, while PALS highlights the differences and difficulties in carrying for child and infant patients suffering from heart attacks. PALS also teaches advanced skills such as synchronized cardioversion.