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This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Perform procedures in virtual simulations following evidence based, best practice guidelines.The virtual cases enable learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promote...
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Perform procedures in virtual simulations following evidence based, best practice guidelines.The virtual cases enable learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promote critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode—which highlights key steps—and a full comprehensive learning mode.The courses provide detailed checklists as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from nationally recognized sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC, AMA, Institute of Medicine, WHO and several state health institutions; among others.
Perform procedures in virtual simulations following evidence based, best practice guidelines.The virtual cases enable learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promote critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode—which highlights key steps—and a full comprehensive learning mode.The courses provide detailed checklists as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from nationally recognized sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC, AMA, Institute of Medicine, WHO and several state health institutions; among others.
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Foundational Knowledge: Minimal Sedation was developed to provide a strong foundational knowledge base for the practitioner providing sedation outside of the operating room.
Foundational Knowledge: Minimal Sedation was developed to provide a strong foundational knowledge base for the practitioner providing sedation outside of the operating room.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
One of the most important elements of procedural sedation is the understanding that sedation is not a constant--it is a continuum. The use of sedation drugs outside of the operating room has expanded...
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One of the most important elements of procedural sedation is the understanding that sedation is not a constant--it is a continuum. The use of sedation drugs outside of the operating room has expanded dramatically in recent years and it is becoming increasingly important for the non-anesthesiologist healthcare professional to fully understand every aspect of procedural sedation.
One of the most important elements of procedural sedation is the understanding that sedation is not a constant--it is a continuum. The use of sedation drugs outside of the operating room has expanded dramatically in recent years and it is becoming increasingly important for the non-anesthesiologist healthcare professional to fully understand every aspect of procedural sedation.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, eSimulation, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years. CE credit is available and can be earned once every two years for successful study of the NRP materials and completion of the NRP 7th Edition Provider Exam, eSimulation cases, and the NRP 7th Edition Provider post-exam/eSimulation evaluation.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, eSimulation, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years. CE credit is available and can be earned once every two years for successful study of the NRP materials and completion of the NRP 7th Edition Provider Exam, eSimulation cases, and the NRP 7th Edition Provider post-exam/eSimulation evaluation.
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Produced by: AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which...
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Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
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2nd and final program in the Tiered education module for sedation provided by non-anesthesia providers. Introduces the second level of sedation- moderate sedation. Reinforces the focus of the Foundational...
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2nd and final program in the Tiered education module for sedation provided by non-anesthesia providers. Introduces the second level of sedation- moderate sedation. Reinforces the focus of the Foundational Knowledge program building blocks and adds additional airway assessment skills, focused airway evaluation and airway management tools/skills. Provides the participant with the tolls/knowledge to recognize and intervene complications involved with moderate sedation, and the ability to rescue from a level above the intended plan of sedation.
2nd and final program in the Tiered education module for sedation provided by non-anesthesia providers. Introduces the second level of sedation- moderate sedation. Reinforces the focus of the Foundational Knowledge program building blocks and adds additional airway assessment skills, focused airway evaluation and airway management tools/skills. Provides the participant with the tolls/knowledge to recognize and intervene complications involved with moderate sedation, and the ability to rescue from a level above the intended plan of sedation.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
Capnography is a powerful field assessment tool for EMS providers. It is useful on intubated and conscious patients, and important as a prehospital triage and treatment guiding tool. Capnography greatly...
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Capnography is a powerful field assessment tool for EMS providers. It is useful on intubated and conscious patients, and important as a prehospital triage and treatment guiding tool. Capnography greatly assists EMS providers develop, monitor and modify patient care plans, by providing immediate breath-to-breath information about the patient's respiratory status. Capnography offers a quantitative numerical reading and graphic waveform that measures, illustrates and documents a patient’s exhaled CO2 at the point in the respiratory cycle in which CO2 is highest (i.e., EtCO2). An elevated EtCO2 level is typically an indication of hypoventilation or increased metabolic activity. A low exhaled CO2 level may be an indication of hyperventilation, decreased cardiac output or poor pulmonary perfusion, which can occur in shock. The "normal" capnography waveform has a specific shape and can be differentiated from "abnormal" capnography waveforms. This course will provide the learner with basic information about respiratory anatomy and physiology, the principles of capnography and capnographic waveforms.
Capnography is a powerful field assessment tool for EMS providers. It is useful on intubated and conscious patients, and important as a prehospital triage and treatment guiding tool. Capnography greatly assists EMS providers develop, monitor and modify patient care plans, by providing immediate breath-to-breath information about the patient's respiratory status. Capnography offers a quantitative numerical reading and graphic waveform that measures, illustrates and documents a patient’s exhaled CO2 at the point in the respiratory cycle in which CO2 is highest (i.e., EtCO2). An elevated EtCO2 level is typically an indication of hypoventilation or increased metabolic activity. A low exhaled CO2 level may be an indication of hyperventilation, decreased cardiac output or poor pulmonary perfusion, which can occur in shock. The "normal" capnography waveform has a specific shape and can be differentiated from "abnormal" capnography waveforms. This course will provide the learner with basic information about respiratory anatomy and physiology, the principles of capnography and capnographic waveforms.
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Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les...
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Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les...
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Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
Tiered education model. Education/certification for non-anesthesia providers who are ordering or administration sedation/analgesia to relieve pain or anxiety for a medical procedure requiring minimal...
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Tiered education model. Education/certification for non-anesthesia providers who are ordering or administration sedation/analgesia to relieve pain or anxiety for a medical procedure requiring minimal sedation. Provides the "safe practice" building blocks needed to provide safe sedation procedures, which include; utilizing a checklist mentality, learning and assigning an ASA Physical Status, performing a focused H&P, consistent practice in initiating the time- out and practicing of closed loop communication.
Tiered education model. Education/certification for non-anesthesia providers who are ordering or administration sedation/analgesia to relieve pain or anxiety for a medical procedure requiring minimal sedation. Provides the "safe practice" building blocks needed to provide safe sedation procedures, which include; utilizing a checklist mentality, learning and assigning an ASA Physical Status, performing a focused H&P, consistent practice in initiating the time- out and practicing of closed loop communication.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the “TE” Technique, which instructs the provider how to manage an airway mask and...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the “TE” Technique, which instructs the provider how to manage an airway mask and ventilation bag utilizing a 2 man method. This technique uses the patient’s soft, loose tissue to seal the mask with ventilation. The provider then performs the 2 man ventilation for a patient using positive pressure breathing to a patient who is not adequately ventilating.
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the “TE” Technique, which instructs the provider how to manage an airway mask and ventilation bag utilizing a 2 man method. This technique uses the patient’s soft, loose tissue to seal the mask with ventilation. The provider then performs the 2 man ventilation for a patient using positive pressure breathing to a patient who is not adequately ventilating.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the first simple airway maneuver of a head tilt/chin lift, which is generally the first...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the first simple airway maneuver of a head tilt/chin lift, which is generally the first skill performed when rescuing a patient from a deeper than expected level of sedation (dtels).
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the first simple airway maneuver of a head tilt/chin lift, which is generally the first skill performed when rescuing a patient from a deeper than expected level of sedation (dtels).
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the jaw thrust airway maneuver, which is generally the second skill performed when...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the jaw thrust airway maneuver, which is generally the second skill performed when rescuing a patient who has a suspected airway occlusion.
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the jaw thrust airway maneuver, which is generally the second skill performed when rescuing a patient who has a suspected airway occlusion.
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated measuring for correct size and placement of a Nasopharyngeal Airway (NPA). The student is taught to...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated measuring for correct size and placement of a Nasopharyngeal Airway (NPA). The student is taught to premeasure this airway adjunct if the patient matches some preprocedure airway red flag criteria. First adjunct utilized to bypass the tongue for a patient who is still arousable (deep sedation) , but is unable to manage their own airway.
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated measuring for correct size and placement of a Nasopharyngeal Airway (NPA). The student is taught to premeasure this airway adjunct if the patient matches some preprocedure airway red flag criteria. First adjunct utilized to bypass the tongue for a patient who is still arousable (deep sedation) , but is unable to manage their own airway.
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated measuring correct size and placement of an Oropharyngeal Airway (OPA). The student is taught to...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated measuring correct size and placement of an Oropharyngeal Airway (OPA). The student is taught to premeasure this airway adjunct if the patient matches preprocedure airway red flag criteria. Adjunct utilized to bypass the tongue for a patient who is unarousable (general anesthesia) and unable to manage their own airway without support.
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated measuring correct size and placement of an Oropharyngeal Airway (OPA). The student is taught to premeasure this airway adjunct if the patient matches preprocedure airway red flag criteria. Adjunct utilized to bypass the tongue for a patient who is unarousable (general anesthesia) and unable to manage their own airway without support.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated scoring an airway using the Mallampati difficult airway evaluation tool. This tool assigns a scored...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated scoring an airway using the Mallampati difficult airway evaluation tool. This tool assigns a scored classification according to the extent the base of tongue is able to mask the visibility of pharyngeal structures, thus indicating a large tongue in the airway.
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated scoring an airway using the Mallampati difficult airway evaluation tool. This tool assigns a scored classification according to the extent the base of tongue is able to mask the visibility of pharyngeal structures, thus indicating a large tongue in the airway.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the “CE” Technique, which instructs the provider how to manage an airway mask and...
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This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the “CE” Technique, which instructs the provider how to manage an airway mask and ventilation bag while providing positive pressure breathing to a patient how is not adequately ventilating.
This skill is associated with the skill verification for Adult Moderate Sedation. The student is evaluated performing the “CE” Technique, which instructs the provider how to manage an airway mask and ventilation bag while providing positive pressure breathing to a patient how is not adequately ventilating.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which...
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Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
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Produced by: mySmartHealthcare
Perform the critical steps of the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and...
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Perform the critical steps of the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners have access to a micro-learning simulation - which highlights key critical steps of the procedure. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based, best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
Perform the critical steps of the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners have access to a micro-learning simulation - which highlights key critical steps of the procedure. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based, best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
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Produced by: mySmartHealthcare
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which...
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Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
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Produced by: mySmartHealthcare
This course will briefly review capnography monitoring basics and expand on the role of waveform capnography in the field for the purposes of establishing a working clinical impression and monitoring that...
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This course will briefly review capnography monitoring basics and expand on the role of waveform capnography in the field for the purposes of establishing a working clinical impression and monitoring that will help the field clinician to track changes in patient condition prior to arrival at the receiving facility.
This course will briefly review capnography monitoring basics and expand on the role of waveform capnography in the field for the purposes of establishing a working clinical impression and monitoring that will help the field clinician to track changes in patient condition prior to arrival at the receiving facility.
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Produced by: HealthStream