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  1. AANA Journal Course: Optimizing Mechanical Ventilation during General Anesthesia

    AANA Journal Course: Optimizing Mechanical Ventilation during General Anesthesia

    $50.00

    General Price: $50.00

    Associate Member (Student) Price: $21.00

    Members Price: $35.00

    1.0 Class A Credit

    Course Expiration Date: 4/16/2023

    Enable anesthesia providers to possess current evidence-based knowledge of pulmonary mechanics which will enable them to interpret bedside measurements and waveforms, prescribe optimal ventilator settings that minimize pulmonary sequela and ensuring homeostasis.  Additionally, employ pressure support ventilation during GA and emergence in order to ensure optimal pulmonary function and sequelae.

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  2. AANA Journal Course: A Review of the Pharmacology and Anesthetic Implications of Cannabis

    AANA Journal Course: A Review of the Pharmacology and Anesthetic Implications of Cannabis

    $50.00

    General Price: $50.00

    Associate Member (Student) Price: $21.00

    Members Price: $35.00

    1.0 Class A Credit

    1.0 Pharm Credit

    Course Expiration Date: 6/15/2023

    Gain insight into the physiologic and pharmacologic impact of cannabis on the anesthesia plan of care and incorporate this knowledge into your practice.

     

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  3. AANA Journal Course: Perioperative Anesthetic Techniques to Reduce Surgical Morbidity in Postoperative Amputee Patients

    AANA Journal Course: Perioperative Anesthetic Techniques to Reduce Surgical Morbidity in Postoperative Amputee Patients

    $50.00

    General Price: $50.00

    Associate Member (Student) Price: $21.00

    Members Price: $35.00

    1.0 Class A Credit

    0.5 Pharm Credit

    Course Expiration Date: 8/19/2023

    The purpose of this activity is to present outcomes of the implementation of the Amputation Improved Recovery (AIR) Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocol. Providers will have the opportunity to evaluate and implement new therapies into practice, in order to benefit the growing number of surgical amputation patients worldwide.

     

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