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This educational module will provide an overview of the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults, and review the developmental stages that establish the basis for safe care.
This educational module will provide an overview of the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults, and review the developmental stages that establish the basis for safe care.
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Produced by: Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN)
Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a...
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Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a focus on patient care staff.
Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a focus on patient care staff.
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Produced by: HCCS
Training for clinical licensed personnel and other healthcare personnel who are required to understand and implement USP standards to meet quality expectations. Helps your hospital to ensure they can pass...
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Training for clinical licensed personnel and other healthcare personnel who are required to understand and implement USP standards to meet quality expectations. Helps your hospital to ensure they can pass compliance audits by becoming fully compliant with USP compounding standards.
Training for clinical licensed personnel and other healthcare personnel who are required to understand and implement USP standards to meet quality expectations. Helps your hospital to ensure they can pass compliance audits by becoming fully compliant with USP compounding standards.
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Produced by: U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults, and review the developmental stages that establish the basis for safe care....
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The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults, and review the developmental stages that establish the basis for safe care. Topics covered include: family-centered care, parent present induction, anesthesia and positioning considerations, temperature regulation and pain management.
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults, and review the developmental stages that establish the basis for safe care. Topics covered include: family-centered care, parent present induction, anesthesia and positioning considerations, temperature regulation and pain management.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
The goal of this module is to provide information regarding the physiological changes of aging and guidelines for nurses caring for the older adult in the perioperative setting.
The goal of this module is to provide information regarding the physiological changes of aging and guidelines for nurses caring for the older adult in the perioperative setting.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This course will prepare the perioperative RN to sit for the CNOR exam by strengthening his or her knowledge of perioperative nursing. This course is a review of the current AORN Guidelines for...
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This course will prepare the perioperative RN to sit for the CNOR exam by strengthening his or her knowledge of perioperative nursing. This course is a review of the current AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice and evidence-based practice guidelines and will help reinforce fundamental concepts of perioperative nursing.
This course will prepare the perioperative RN to sit for the CNOR exam by strengthening his or her knowledge of perioperative nursing. This course is a review of the current AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice and evidence-based practice guidelines and will help reinforce fundamental concepts of perioperative nursing.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Sedation and anesthesia are important risk factors for morbidity and mortality during operative or invasive procedures. In the past, sedation was reserved for use in the operating room by anesthesiologists...
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Sedation and anesthesia are important risk factors for morbidity and mortality during operative or invasive procedures. In the past, sedation was reserved for use in the operating room by anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists. Lower levels of sedation can be administered safely in procedural settings where loss of consciousness is not required, but even lower levels of sedation have risks. Administering sedation safely is critical to: • Help prevent negative outcomes • Comply with regulations This course will cover: • How moderate sedation relates to other types of anesthesia services, and how this affects patient safety • Important information about the administration of moderate sedation and analgesia, including processes and procedures that occur before and after administration
Sedation and anesthesia are important risk factors for morbidity and mortality during operative or invasive procedures. In the past, sedation was reserved for use in the operating room by anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists. Lower levels of sedation can be administered safely in procedural settings where loss of consciousness is not required, but even lower levels of sedation have risks. Administering sedation safely is critical to: • Help prevent negative outcomes • Comply with regulations This course will cover: • How moderate sedation relates to other types of anesthesia services, and how this affects patient safety • Important information about the administration of moderate sedation and analgesia, including processes and procedures that occur before and after administration
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Sedation and anesthesia are important risk factors for morbidity and mortality during operative or invasive procedures. In the past, sedation was reserved for use in the operating room by anesthesiologists...
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Sedation and anesthesia are important risk factors for morbidity and mortality during operative or invasive procedures. In the past, sedation was reserved for use in the operating room by anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists. Lower levels of sedation can be administered safely in procedural settings where loss of consciousness is not required, but even lower levels of sedation have risks. Administering sedation safely is critical to: • Help prevent negative outcomes • Comply with regulations This course will cover: • How moderate sedation relates to other types of anesthesia services, and how this affects patient safety • Important information about the administration of moderate sedation and analgesia, including processes and procedures that occur before and after administration
Sedation and anesthesia are important risk factors for morbidity and mortality during operative or invasive procedures. In the past, sedation was reserved for use in the operating room by anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists. Lower levels of sedation can be administered safely in procedural settings where loss of consciousness is not required, but even lower levels of sedation have risks. Administering sedation safely is critical to: • Help prevent negative outcomes • Comply with regulations This course will cover: • How moderate sedation relates to other types of anesthesia services, and how this affects patient safety • Important information about the administration of moderate sedation and analgesia, including processes and procedures that occur before and after administration
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Sepsis is a medical emergency and a leading cause of death worldwide. In the United States, over 1.7 million adult cases of sepsis occur annually, contributing to 270,000 deaths. Of patients who die...
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Sepsis is a medical emergency and a leading cause of death worldwide. In the United States, over 1.7 million adult cases of sepsis occur annually, contributing to 270,000 deaths. Of patients who die in the hospital, one in three has sepsis. Eighty percent of sepsis cases begin outside the hospital. Patients who survive sepsis often have long-term physical, psychological, and cognitive disabilities. Treating sepsis costs twice as much as treating most hospital conditions. The CDC has identified the early recognition and treatment of sepsis as a national priority, relying on healthcare providers to prevent, recognize, and treat sepsis immediately.
Sepsis is a medical emergency and a leading cause of death worldwide. In the United States, over 1.7 million adult cases of sepsis occur annually, contributing to 270,000 deaths. Of patients who die in the hospital, one in three has sepsis. Eighty percent of sepsis cases begin outside the hospital. Patients who survive sepsis often have long-term physical, psychological, and cognitive disabilities. Treating sepsis costs twice as much as treating most hospital conditions. The CDC has identified the early recognition and treatment of sepsis as a national priority, relying on healthcare providers to prevent, recognize, and treat sepsis immediately.
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Sepsis is a medical emergency and a leading cause of death worldwide. In the United States, over 1.7 million adult cases of sepsis occur annually, contributing to 270,000 deaths. Of patients who die...
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Sepsis is a medical emergency and a leading cause of death worldwide. In the United States, over 1.7 million adult cases of sepsis occur annually, contributing to 270,000 deaths. Of patients who die in the hospital, one in three has sepsis. Eighty percent of sepsis cases begin outside the hospital. Patients who survive sepsis often have long-term physical, psychological, and cognitive disabilities. Treating sepsis costs twice as much as treating most hospital conditions. The CDC has identified the early recognition and treatment of sepsis as a national priority, relying on healthcare providers to prevent, recognize, and treat sepsis immediately.
Sepsis is a medical emergency and a leading cause of death worldwide. In the United States, over 1.7 million adult cases of sepsis occur annually, contributing to 270,000 deaths. Of patients who die in the hospital, one in three has sepsis. Eighty percent of sepsis cases begin outside the hospital. Patients who survive sepsis often have long-term physical, psychological, and cognitive disabilities. Treating sepsis costs twice as much as treating most hospital conditions. The CDC has identified the early recognition and treatment of sepsis as a national priority, relying on healthcare providers to prevent, recognize, and treat sepsis immediately.
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The USP Institution Solution is an eLearning, practice-centric, comprehensive training program that helps hospitals meet quality and compliance expectations of USP compounding and safe handling of hazardous...
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The USP Institution Solution is an eLearning, practice-centric, comprehensive training program that helps hospitals meet quality and compliance expectations of USP compounding and safe handling of hazardous drugs standards (General Chapters <795>, <797> and <800>) across the organization. This course of the education offering is meant for Clinical Licensed Personnel responsible for the prescription and administration of compounded medicines. This course specifically addresses USP General Chapters <795> and <797>. The course for Clinical Licensed Personnel defines the roles and responsibilities of personnel responsible for the implementation of and compliance with USP General Chapters <795> and <797> pertaining to compounding.
The USP Institution Solution is an eLearning, practice-centric, comprehensive training program that helps hospitals meet quality and compliance expectations of USP compounding and safe handling of hazardous drugs standards (General Chapters <795>, <797> and <800>) across the organization. This course of the education offering is meant for Clinical Licensed Personnel responsible for the prescription and administration of compounded medicines. This course specifically addresses USP General Chapters <795> and <797>. The course for Clinical Licensed Personnel defines the roles and responsibilities of personnel responsible for the implementation of and compliance with USP General Chapters <795> and <797> pertaining to compounding.
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Produced by: USP - U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention
The USP Institution Solution is an eLearning, practice-centric, comprehensive training program that helps hospitals meet quality and compliance expectations of USP compounding and safe handling of hazardous...
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The USP Institution Solution is an eLearning, practice-centric, comprehensive training program that helps hospitals meet quality and compliance expectations of USP compounding and safe handling of hazardous drugs standards (General Chapter <795>, <797> and <800>) across the organization. This course of the education offering is meant for Clinical Licensed Personnel who may handle (prepare, administer, transport or dispose of) hazardous drugs. This course specifically addresses USP General Chapter <800>. The course for Clinical Licensed Personnel includes the purpose of USP <800>, how healthcare workers may be exposed to hazardous drugs, potential harmful health effects from exposure and associated ways to help minimize the risk of exposure.
The USP Institution Solution is an eLearning, practice-centric, comprehensive training program that helps hospitals meet quality and compliance expectations of USP compounding and safe handling of hazardous drugs standards (General Chapter <795>, <797> and <800>) across the organization. This course of the education offering is meant for Clinical Licensed Personnel who may handle (prepare, administer, transport or dispose of) hazardous drugs. This course specifically addresses USP General Chapter <800>. The course for Clinical Licensed Personnel includes the purpose of USP <800>, how healthcare workers may be exposed to hazardous drugs, potential harmful health effects from exposure and associated ways to help minimize the risk of exposure.
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Produced by: USP - U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention