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  • 12-Lead ECG - Interpretation  

    This program reviews 12-lead ECG interpretation aimed at nurses and monitor technicians in critical care and progressive care units, emergency departments, and other hospital settings that provide cardiac monitoring for acutely ill patients. Focus is placed on the nurse's role in accurate interpretation and clinical decision-making in

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  • Acid-Base Balance  

    This program reviews the complexities of acid-base balance in critical illness and provides strategies for evaluating the arterial blood gas. Although this is an introduction to the intricacies of the balance, the primary focus on metabolic acidosis enriches understanding and rapid evaluation of both acute and compensatory mechanisms.

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  • Adequacy of Anesthesia  

    Adequacy of anesthesia is the concept, which provides tools to help the clinician to deliver optimal anesthesia to each patient. By the end of this program, the participants should be able to   • Define the two cortical components of Adequacy of Anesthesia (AoA) concept: Unconsciousness and Amnesia   • Define the t

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  • Alarm Fatigue - Overview and Trends  

    Our world is full of beeps, bleeps, and buzzes – there are alarm tones that remind us a message is waiting. In the healthcare environment, alarms to notify personnel of patient and equipment situations have increased significantly over the last decade. From IV pumps and patient monitors to bed sensors and pneumatic pressure devic

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  • Alzheimers Disease and Dementia - An Overview and Communication Tips  

    Alzheimer’s, a progressive and fatal brain disease, is the most common form of dementia. Currently it has no cure. This presentation reviews Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and provides insight into their effect on the brain. Important tips and hints for optimal patient communication are discussed. By the end of this prog

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  • Anesthesia Technology  

    In order to ensure that patients do not feel the severe pain associated with surgical procedures, they are administered with agents by intravenous injections or inhalation. These agents are called general anesthetics. At the end of this course, you will be able to: 1. Identify the different types of anesthesia technology and equipment.

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  • Approaches to the Care of the Adolescent Patient  

    The major approaches to treating adolescent patient is to optimize the clinic for them; and balancing autonomy, consent, confidentiality, and safety.  After completing this course, you should be able to: • Explain five techniques to promote an optimal adolescent–provider visit • Summarize rationale for confidentia

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  • Arrhythmia Recognition  

    The course includes the functional anatomy and physiology of heart. This course also covers identification of ECG waveforms and rhythm disorders.A systematic method to analyze the ECG is demonstrated. Hands-on practice exercises are presented to enhance the learning experience.  By the end of this program, the participant should b

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  • Assessing Ventilation and Blood Flow with Capnography  

    Capnography has the unique ability to aid clinicians in assessing both ventilation and blood flow. This program reviews the physiology that allows exhaled carbon dioxide (CO2) to monitor ventilation and perfusion. The technology required for measuring exhaled CO2 is presented in order to allow attendees to identify which devices are be

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  • AT Technician: Administering Anesthesia - Applied Anesthesia  

    During emergencies, patients often face respiratory and cardiac issues, and require timely help. At the end of this course, you will be able to: 1. Describe emergency airway and management methods. 2. Explain the method for resuscitating newborns. 3. Explain the methods for administering anesthesia to patients with existing diseases an

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