护理 CE 导师制活动

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二氧化碳浓度监测仪: 医学谜团

本次一课时面授导师制课程旨在提供二氧化碳浓度监测仪信息,它是帮助临床医师深度评估病患的重要工具。 早期干预可以避免呼吸抑制,提高护理质量,最终改善病患治疗效果。 二氧化碳浓度监测可即时监测吸入和呼出的二氧化碳浓度,提供新陈代谢、循环和通气状态图。 该项目将探索,二氧化碳浓度监测仪如何帮助临床医师,识别可能引发病患患呼吸并发症的未确诊临床状况,同时辅助以运输及复苏手段。 最佳呼吸护理谜团破解!
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血液回流: 您的血管是否粘连?

本次一课时面授导师制课程旨在让临床医师了解卫生保健环境中的导管并发症及其对病患治疗效果的潜在影响。 列出血管压力和血栓形成病理生理学,以及阻断、血流感染和生物膜作用间的关系。 讨论对当前指南和 CLABSI(中央导管相关血流感染)发病率的更新信息。 重点提供最佳实践经验和临床实践视角,预防导管阻断。
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eVAPorate: 良好的病患治疗效果解决方案

本次一课时面授导师制课程旨在向学习者简要描述呼吸器相关性肺炎,该病是应病患要求机械通气 48 小时以上后,病患第二常见的感染症状,具有高发病率和死亡率。 因此必须准确诊断、治疗并预防并发症。 本项目将向学习者总体概述 VAP,更好地理解 VAP 相关预防原则。
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输液治疗基本原理

本次两课时面授导师制课程旨在增加对输液治疗的基本了解。 课程目标是为了介绍相关研究,以及证明输液治疗最佳实践以及改善病患治疗效果的证据。 该项目将教授参与者如何选择血管通路设备,可以最大程度地降低并发症风险,并支持最安全的规定疗法。
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周围输液治疗实习课

本次一课时面授实习课旨在演示静脉穿刺技术的实际应用。 课程目标是为了应用相关研究成果,以及证明输液治疗最佳实践以及改善病患治疗效果的证据。 该项目可以让参与者有机会使用解剖模型练习静脉穿刺技术。 本课程将结合其他教学输液治疗项目。
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新生儿输液并发症的预防与管理

本次一课时面授导师制课程旨在简要描述新生儿血管通路设备选择,重点介绍对输液治疗并发症的确诊、预防和干预措施。 本课程将介绍新生儿病患的潜在输液并发症,讨论可降低并发症风险的战略。
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静脉渗漏: 外渗的预防和管理

本次一课时面授导师制课程旨在介绍急救护理人员采用多种复杂药物对急性患者进行治疗时常常面临的风险,即误将药物或溶液输送至周围组织,而非使用专用血管通道。 这种输液治疗并发症的定义是,由于药物或溶液的起疱属性而引起的渗透或外渗。 将讨论受伤机制的病理生理学及现有理论。
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儿科输液治疗: 预防并发症,改善治疗效果

本次两课时导师制课程旨在提高对儿科输液治疗的基本理解,重点介绍短期外周治疗。 将介绍当前标准、指南和研究,后讨论儿科血管通路设备选择中的相关因素。 介绍成功获取并维持儿科血管通路的诀窍。 参与者将讨论证据支持的战略,以改善接受儿科外周输液治疗病患的治疗效果。
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认证
Smiths Medical 临床教育授课部门已获得加利福尼亚护理委员会批准,可提供继续护理教育,供应商编号为 CEP 15005。

获得授课批准特指本次继续教育活动,并不代表加利福尼亚正式护理委员会授权任何商业产品。

商业支持
护理继续教育活动获得 Smiths Medical 北美地区支持。

Contact Smiths Medical Professional Services to schedule one of these instructor-led courses.

Blood Reflux: Backflow, Biofilm and Slime Oh My!

This one contact hour instructor-led course is designed to provide clinicians with an understanding of catheter complications in the healthcare environment and the potential impact on patient outcomes. It outlines vascular pressure and the pathophysiology of thrombus formation along with the relationship between occlusions, bloodstream infection and the role of biofilms. Updated information on current guidelines and CLABSI rates will be discussed. Focus will be on providing best practice and clinical practice perspectives to prevent catheter occlusions.
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Fundamentals of Infusion Therapy

This two contact hour instructor-led course is designed to facilitate a basic understanding of infusion therapy. The goal is to present the research and evidence that supports best practice for infusion therapy and improves patient outcomes. This program will provide participants with the knowledge needed to select the vascular access device that reflects the lowest risk for complications and supports the safest course of prescribed therapy.
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Peripheral Infusion Therapy Practicum

This one contact hour practicum is designed to demonstrate the practical application of venipuncture skills. The goal is to apply the research and evidence that supports best practice for infusion therapy and improves patient outcomes. This program will provide participants with the opportunity to practice venipuncture techniques on an anatomical model. This course is offered in conjunction with other didactic infusion therapy programs.
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Prevention and Management of Neonatal Infusion Complications

This one contact hour instructor-led course is designed to provide an overview of vascular access device options for the neonate focusing on identification, prevention, and intervention measures for complications of infusion therapy. This course will describe potential infusion complications in the neonatal patient and discuss strategies aimed at decreasing the risk of these complications.
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When Veins Leak: Preventing and Managing Extravasation

This one contact hour instructor-led course explores the inadvertent administration of a medication or solution into the surrounding tissue instead of the intended vascular pathway is a risk critical care nurses’ face on a regular basis when caring for high acuity patients on multiple complex drug therapies. This complication of infusion therapy is defined as either infiltration or extravasation based on the vesicant properties of the medication or solution. The pathophysiology and current theories on the mechanism of injury will be discussed.
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Pediatric Infusion Therapy: Preventing Complications and Improving Outcomes

This two hour instructor-led course is designed to facilitate a basic understanding of pediatric infusion therapy with a focus on short peripheral therapy. The current standards, guidelines, and research will be presented followed by a discussion of the factors involved in pediatric vascular access device selection. Tips for successfully gaining and maintaining pediatric vascular access will be described. Participants will discuss evidence based strategies to improve outcomes for patients receiving pediatric peripheral infusion therapy.
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Accreditation
Smiths Medical Clinical Education Provider Unit is approved for providing continuing nursing education by the California Board of Nursing, provider number CEP 15005.

Approval as a provider refers only to this continuing education activity and does not imply California Board of Registered Nursing endorsement of any commercial products.

Programs offered in US only.

Commercial Support
These nursing continuing education activities are supported by Smiths Medical North America.