Product Detail

Impending Doom:
DVD Video
$199.99 USD
Now Available For Preorder
Product Details
Format:
DVD Video - 4+ hours
Length:
5 hr 53 min
Details:
Multi-disc video recording with electronic manual and instructions
Author:
RACHEL CARTWRIGHT-VANZANT, PHD, MS, RN, LHRM, LNCC, CCRN-K
Publisher:
PESI HealthCare
Copyright:
11/14/2017 - Available Now for Pre-Order
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
RNV077490
Objectives
  1. Recognize and distinguish the early clinical signs and symptoms of impending doom.
  2. Assess the deteriorating patient using rapid and focused strategies.
  3. Explain the unique and time-sensitive needs for patients experiencing cardiac, pulmonary, infectious, diabetic and shock clinical crisis.
  4. Evaluate optimal use of rapid response teams.
  5. Differentiate between the diagnostic tests used in the deteriorating patient.
  6. Apply current treatments for patients in clinical crisis using case studies.
Outline

Sepsis Crisis

  • What are the 3 most likely causes of a sepsis crisis
  • Three cardinal signs of sepsis
  • Understanding diagnostic tests to differentiate sepsis from other possibilities
  • Summary of the current evidence-based findings
  • Complications of illness

Cardiovascular Crisis

(Acute MI, Cardiogenic Shock, Pulmonary edema, TIA/CVA)

  • What are the common causes of all cardiovascular diseases
  • Symptomology differences between genders in cardiovascular disease
  • Examination clues that help you recognize a cardiovascular crisis
  • What diagnostic tests, labs, x-ray, imaging can help with diagnosis of a CV emergency
  • Nurse's role managing a cardiovascular crisis

Anaphalaxis Crisis

  • Do you know the typical causes of anaphalaxis?
  • Signs/symptoms to look for in patients experiencing anaphalaxis
  • What quick nursing actions can save your patient's life in anaphalaxis?
  • Medications that can avert an anaphalaxis crisis

Diabetic Crisis

(Ketoacidosis, Hyperosmolar Syndrome)

  • Key differences between ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar syndrome
  • What subtle signs do patients display when heading towards a diabetic crisis?
  • Important labs that give clues in diabetic crisis and its resolution
  • What nursing skills are important to help reduce diabetic crisis complications?

Pulmonary Crisis

(Status Asthmaticus, Acute Respiratory Failure)

  • Identify causes that can lead to a pulmonary crisis
  • Are all breath sounds alike?
  • When asthma is no longer simple
  • Which patients are likely to develop acute respiratory failure - and what can you do about it?

Hypovolemic Crisis

(GI bleed, Trauma, Internal Bleeding)

  • Causes of hypovolemic shock that you will encounter
  • When anxiety, restlessness, agitation and confusion are not a mental health problem
  • Are there earlier signs than hypotension that signal a hypovolemic crisis?
  • Fluids, Fluids, Fluids. Fluid resuscitation can save a life.

Rapid Response Teams

  • Effective use of the RRT in a clinical crisis
  • When to utilize the RRT
  • What team members are needed on RRT
Author

RACHEL CARTWRIGHT-VANZANT, PHD, MS, RN, LHRM, LNCC, CCRN-K

Rachel Cartwright-Vanzant has worked as an inpatient clinical nurse specialist. As such, she has been integral to the most at-risk patients. She draws from over thirty years of clinical, educator and consulting roles for the assurance of quality of patient care and safety.

Rachel is licensed as a health care risk manager and provides expert witness testimony in civil court cases regarding patient care issues that come under legal scrutiny when standards of care are challenged. Rachel's seminars incorporate not only the best clinical practice standards but include real litigation examples.

Viewed by her colleagues as an extremely skilled speaker, she possesses the unique ability to transform challenging topics into engaging and practice-changing events. This expertise has been sought to educate healthcare professionals all across the country. Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Rachel Cartwright-Vanzant is the Owner of Medical Legal Concepts, LLC. She is an Adjunct Instructor for the School of Nursing at Palm Beach State College. Ms. Cartwright-Vanzant receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Nonfinancial: Rachel Cartwright-Vanzant has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.
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Audience
Nurses, Physician Assistants, and other Mental Health Professionals