Hemodynamics of Shock (Sepsis too!);
ARDS and Ventilation: 2019
7 CE’s offered!
The risk of sepsis has been falling over recent decades despite the increasing incidence, perhaps due to improvements in care. Although there is significant controversy imbedded in the evidence, three things remain constant: Early Identification, appropriate fluid resuscitation, antibiotics administered as soon as possible remain as basic underpinnings. Enjoy this workshop, chockful of clinical tools useful in identification, intervention and evaluation of response.
Severe ARDS is often associated with refractory hypoxemia, and early identification and treatment of hypoxemia is mandatory. For the management of severe ARDS, ventilator settings, positioning therapy, infection control, and supportive measures are essential to improve survival. This workshop will reveal the most timely evidence and clinical strategies for lung protection and recruitment.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. ANCC Accredited Approver number A0012.
|Ticket Information ||Ticket Price |
| AACN Member || USD 64|
| Non- AACN Member || USD 79|
| Students || USD 27|
| Metro Louisville Hospital Manager's Special || USD 53|