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Tiered education model. Education/certification for non-anesthesia providers who are ordering or administering sedation/analgesia to relieve pain or anxiety for a medical procedure requiring minimal sedation....
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Tiered education model. Education/certification for non-anesthesia providers who are ordering or administering 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 administering 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
Perform the critical steps of the tracheostomy suctioning and care procedures in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on...
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Perform the critical steps of the tracheostomy suctioning and care procedures 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 tracheostomy suctioning and care procedures 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
Tuberculosis (TB) was once the leading cause of death in the United States, with up to 25% of all deaths attributable to the disease. Due to current efforts, the rate of TB cases and related deaths in the...
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Tuberculosis (TB) was once the leading cause of death in the United States, with up to 25% of all deaths attributable to the disease. Due to current efforts, the rate of TB cases and related deaths in the United States has steadily decreased to a record low. This decline is attributed to the work of local TB programs in detecting and treating persons with TB disease. Healthcare facilities and local health departments partner to ensure that people diagnosed with TB complete therapy, limiting the risk of further transmission. The next area of focus toward the goal of elimination of TB is detecting and treating latent tuberculosis bacterial infection (LTBI), especially among groups at high risk. Reactivation of LTBI is a principal driver of TB disease in the United States, accounting for over 80% of all TB cases. This course has been designed to help you understand TB and your role in helping to detect, treat, and prevent the spread of TB
Tuberculosis (TB) was once the leading cause of death in the United States, with up to 25% of all deaths attributable to the disease. Due to current efforts, the rate of TB cases and related deaths in the United States has steadily decreased to a record low. This decline is attributed to the work of local TB programs in detecting and treating persons with TB disease. Healthcare facilities and local health departments partner to ensure that people diagnosed with TB complete therapy, limiting the risk of further transmission. The next area of focus toward the goal of elimination of TB is detecting and treating latent tuberculosis bacterial infection (LTBI), especially among groups at high risk. Reactivation of LTBI is a principal driver of TB disease in the United States, accounting for over 80% of all TB cases. This course has been designed to help you understand TB and your role in helping to detect, treat, and prevent the spread of TB
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Tuberculosis (TB) was once the leading cause of death in the United States, with up to 25% of all deaths attributable to the disease. Due to current efforts, the rate of TB cases and related deaths in the...
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Tuberculosis (TB) was once the leading cause of death in the United States, with up to 25% of all deaths attributable to the disease. Due to current efforts, the rate of TB cases and related deaths in the United States has steadily decreased to a record low. This decline is attributed to the work of local TB programs in detecting and treating persons with TB disease. Healthcare facilities and local health departments partner to ensure that people diagnosed with TB complete therapy, limiting the risk of further transmission. The next area of focus toward the goal of elimination of TB is detecting and treating latent tuberculosis bacterial infection (LTBI), especially among groups at high risk. Reactivation of LTBI is a principal driver of TB disease in the United States, accounting for over 80% of all TB cases. This course has been designed to help you understand TB and your role in helping to detect, treat, and prevent the spread of TB
Tuberculosis (TB) was once the leading cause of death in the United States, with up to 25% of all deaths attributable to the disease. Due to current efforts, the rate of TB cases and related deaths in the United States has steadily decreased to a record low. This decline is attributed to the work of local TB programs in detecting and treating persons with TB disease. Healthcare facilities and local health departments partner to ensure that people diagnosed with TB complete therapy, limiting the risk of further transmission. The next area of focus toward the goal of elimination of TB is detecting and treating latent tuberculosis bacterial infection (LTBI), especially among groups at high risk. Reactivation of LTBI is a principal driver of TB disease in the United States, accounting for over 80% of all TB cases. This course has been designed to help you understand TB and your role in helping to detect, treat, and prevent the spread of TB
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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...
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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
A basic understanding of how ventilators work and use of best practice guidelines are essential to ensuring stable oxygenation, early detection of complications, and prevention of harm. Use of fundamental...
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A basic understanding of how ventilators work and use of best practice guidelines are essential to ensuring stable oxygenation, early detection of complications, and prevention of harm. Use of fundamental principles and best practice guidelines will optimize ventilation and minimize complications to improve care, minimize length of stay, and reduce costs. This course will help you prevent ventilator-associated events (VAE) in your facility. You will learn about: • Why ventilators are used and their associated risks • Ventilator functions, modes, settings, and alarms • How to prevent VAEs using best practice interventions • Principles of safe design related to technical care and teamwork
A basic understanding of how ventilators work and use of best practice guidelines are essential to ensuring stable oxygenation, early detection of complications, and prevention of harm. Use of fundamental principles and best practice guidelines will optimize ventilation and minimize complications to improve care, minimize length of stay, and reduce costs. This course will help you prevent ventilator-associated events (VAE) in your facility. You will learn about: • Why ventilators are used and their associated risks • Ventilator functions, modes, settings, and alarms • How to prevent VAEs using best practice interventions • Principles of safe design related to technical care and teamwork
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A basic understanding of how ventilators work and use of best practice guidelines are essential to ensuring stable oxygenation, early detection of complications, and prevention of harm. Use of fundamental...
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A basic understanding of how ventilators work and use of best practice guidelines are essential to ensuring stable oxygenation, early detection of complications, and prevention of harm. Use of fundamental principles and best practice guidelines will optimize ventilation and minimize complications to improve care, minimize length of stay, and reduce costs. This course will help you prevent ventilator-associated events (VAE) in your facility. You will learn about: • Why ventilators are used and their associated risks • Ventilator functions, modes, settings, and alarms • How to prevent VAEs using best practice interventions • Principles of safe design related to technical care and teamwork
A basic understanding of how ventilators work and use of best practice guidelines are essential to ensuring stable oxygenation, early detection of complications, and prevention of harm. Use of fundamental principles and best practice guidelines will optimize ventilation and minimize complications to improve care, minimize length of stay, and reduce costs. This course will help you prevent ventilator-associated events (VAE) in your facility. You will learn about: • Why ventilators are used and their associated risks • Ventilator functions, modes, settings, and alarms • How to prevent VAEs using best practice interventions • Principles of safe design related to technical care and teamwork
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