Learn ways to maintain vigilance for RNMB in all patients through the use of subjective PNS monitoring of the ulnar nerve or objective monitoring to monitor NMB; the incorporation of NMB reversal agents according to the current evidence; and collaboration with other team members to promote safe, patient-centered care.
Supported by an education grant provided by Merck & Co., Inc.
First Annual Goldie D. Brangman Diversity & Inclusion Lecture at NAAC 2018
1.0 Class A Credit Course Expiration Date: 12/5/2019
Learn ways to create a more diverse nurse anesthesia program through strategic planning, outreach activities, and mentorship programming aimed at retention and under-represented diverse faculty recruitment.
The purpose of this program is to give the attendee an opportunity to identify patients who are at increased risk, modify anesthesia techniques and utilize capnography in addition to pulse oximetry monitoring post operatively to mitigate and prevent respiratory decompensation.
Supported by an educational grant provided by Medtronic.
The purpose of this program is for attendees to have a global understanding of the origins of ER, elements of an ER program, team implementation, and continuous quality improvement for patient engagement and optimization for expedited return to health.
Supported by an educational grant provided by Pacira.
***Those that received CE credit for the live webinar, View of 30,000 Feet: Why Should I Embrace Enhanced Recovery?, CANNOT claim CE credit for this course.***