Can I use this low side rated MOSFET driver to drive a high-side PMOS?
Yes, but why do you need to?
Are you planing to control direction with high side in a full bridge? (OK)
or deadtime in a half-bridge (NOT OK as skew is undefined)
driver rated for "low-side gate drivers", but upon inspecting its schematics it is a push-pull circuit:
Yes here "low-side" tells you the application purpose, not the internal characteristic. So again this begs the above question, why would you want it for a half or full bridge unless just using it for the low side ONLY . Using it for the High side implies you may have overlooking something else in your design.
Yet on their own merits with 3 variations of dual outputs, (A,B) (A!,B), (A,B!) these dual low side drivers have many uses and could be used for many things.
They accept any logic from 2V to Vdd for a "1" and <8 Ohms push-pull out.
Yet because of Schmitt Inputs, these are great for Noise immunity low side but terrible for hi+lo side drivers due to crossover-shootthru in a PWM Half bridge driver. You have no specs for rise-fall time matching or control over timing skew.necessary for complementary drivers.
So yes you can but WHY?