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This item is expected to ship 4-6 weeks after the event on December 4, 2018.
- DVD Video - 8+ hours
- Multi-disc DVD recording with electronic manual and instructions.
- SEAN G. SMITH, RN, BSN, NREMT-P, C-NPT, CCRN, CMC, CEN, CFRN, FP-C, CPEN
- PESI HealthCare
- 12/4/2018 - Available Now for Pre-Order
- CE Available:
- Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
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- Identify 5 essential components of a "down and dirty" assessment in your patient when they have a sudden decomposition in health status.
- State 3 rapid interventions that can stabilize a patient who is symptomatic with a low blood pressure.
- Recognize the most common causes of arterial blood gas abnormalities.
- Assess the 3 most common dysrhythmias using rhythm strip interpretation.
- Evaluate the risk of re-expansion pulmonary edema in the patient with a chest tube for pleural effusion.
- Review the correct technique for opening an occluded central line lumen.
- Summarize the difference between failure to capture and failure to sense in a pacemaker and how each is resolved.
- Recognize the three biggest concerns patients recognize at end of life.
- Discuss the difference between preload, contractility and afterload as components impacting cardiac output.
- Identify correct locations for measuring CVP, Arterial Line and Wedge waveforms.
- Differentiate between hypotonic, isotonic and hypertonic IV fluids and when each is considered most effective.
- Recognize the blood product of choice for Disseminated Intravascular Coagulopathy.
- Contrast the difference between hypovolemic shock, septic shock and cardiovascular shock in both assessment and treatment priorities.
- Prioritize ways to increase the ventilator patient's oxygenation status.
- Compare and contrast CPAP and BiPAP, as well as their target populations.
- Compare the differences between a STEMI and NSTEMI.
- Identification & Management of Crisis
- Master "Down & Dirty" Assessment Skills
- Impending Doom: Recognizing the "Red Flags"
- Rapid Stabilizing Interventions
- Managing the Decompensating Patient
- Easy Steps to ABG Analysis
- Understanding Acid-Base Imbalance
- Lab Results: Identify the 4 Abnormal Findings
- A Simple Tool to Change Your Practice
- The 5 Steps to Rhythm Strip Interpretation
- Systematically Review Rhythm
- Identifying Critical Changes
- Effective Management of:
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Atrial Flutter
- Managing Chest Drainage
- Indications for Chest Tubes
- Circumventing Re-expansion Pulmonary Edema
- Avoiding Common Complications
- Master Central Line Care
- Common Complications & Solutions
- When to Use Which Port & Why
- Is a "Cell-Saver" an Option for your Patient?
- The Challenges of CVP Monitoring
- Pacemakers & AICDs
- Indications for Pacemakers
- Understanding Pacemaker Codes
- Types of Pacemakers
- Device Management
- Practical Solutions to Common Problems
- End-of-Life Care in the ICU
- Practical Tips to Help Your Patients & Families
- Your Role as the Patient Advocate
- Tips for Addressing Difficult Conversations
- Respiratory Emergencies: Understanding Hemodynamics Today
- Cardiac Output = Heart Rate x Stroke Volume
- A Simple Analogy Guaranteed to Help You “Get It”
- Preload, Afterload and Contractility
- Manipulating the Math Equation to Stabilize
- The ICU Trio in Crisis!
- IV Fluids - The Right One for the Situation
- 5 pressor Agents - Their Action & Use
- Blood Products! FFP, Platelets, PRBCs & Cryoprecipitate
- Demystify Hemodynamic Waveforms
- Correct Measurement
- Assessment Clues to Instability
- Central Venous Pressures
- Arterial Lines
- Swan Ganz Catheters
- Mechanical Ventilation for Nurses
- Managing the Patient on a Ventilator
- Avoiding Ventilator Acquired Pneumonia
- Using CPAP or BiPAP
- Manage Shock
- Assessment and Management of:
- Cardiogenic Shock
- Septic Shock
- Hypovolemic Shock
- Manage the Neuro Patient
- Using an Easy "5-point Neuro Check"
- Stroke and Stabilization
- How to Assess & When to Intervene
- Life-threatening EKG Changes
- Clues from the 12-Lead
- Spectrum of Coronary Artery Ischemia
- 5-step Method for Identifying Ischemia & Injury
- STEMI and NSTEMI - What's the difference?
- Location, Location, Location
SEAN G. SMITH, RN, BSN, NREMT-P, C-NPT, CCRN, CMC, CEN, CFRN, FP-C, CPEN
Sean G. Smith has experience in both emergency care and critical care. He has written neo-natal/pediatric pharmacology CE exams for the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, as well as writing for Mosby clinical updates. He has practiced and taught critical/emergency care and pre-hospital emergency medical services for over 20 years. Career highlights include research in molecular endocrinology, serving in the US Navy, a wide variety of ICUs, flight nursing, and medical missions, as well as offering medical support to NASA. Sean lectures at the national level and has extensive text review/exam writing/contributing author credits. He holds multiple advanced specialty certifications in critical care, emergency, and flight nursing, as well as cardiac medicine, and neonatal/pediatric critical care transport.
Sean is a dedicated and respected educator serving as an official Instructor for Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), Basic Life Support (BLS-RF), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS-RF), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS-RF), Tactical Combat Casualty Course (TCCC), Geriatric Education for Emergency Medical Services (GEMS), Fundamentals of Critical Care Support (FCCS), and Pediatric Fundamentals of Critical Care Support (PFCCS-IC).
Financial: Sean G. Smith receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Sean G. Smith has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
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