Key Interventions & Documentation Strategies During a Patient Emergency – Pam Collins
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- Tools to Sharpen Your Crisis Management Strategies
- 6 Fail-Proof Steps to Rhythm Interpretation
- ABG Analysis Made Easy
- Critical Actions for “I’m Having Chest Pain!”
- Abdominal Pain: What is it REALLY Telling You?
- Prevention, Presentation and Action for the Most Common Nursing Emergencies
You have a daunting challenge of recognizing subtle changes in a patient’s condition that can lead to a medical emergency. Do you know what to do for the older woman who suddenly doesn’t know her name or the joint replacement patient who suddenly complains of chest pain? These are scary situations, but you don’t have to panic! Attend this seminar to sharpen your skills in identification and management for a wide variety of bedside nursing emergencies.
Cardiovascular, Neurological, Respiratory, Post-operative Emergencies, GI, Shock, Sepsis and More!
Expert speaker, Pam Collins, MSN, CMSRN, RN-BC, will help you get the best tools and strategies for early identification and management of emergencies such as Stroke, Heart Attack, GI Bleed, ARDS and Shock. Leave this program more prepared than ever to identify and manage your next patient emergency!
- Dissect the most common causes of arterial blood gas abnormalities.
- Implement critical interventions for the patient in respiratory distress.
- Evaluate chest tube management.
- Breakdown common causes of delirium in the post-operative patient.
- Explore legal implications of bedside emergencies.
- Investigate appropriate documentation for high-risk situations.
- Communicate how documentation is used to determine guilt or innocence in a lawsuit.
- ABG Interpretation in 3 Easy Steps
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Respiratory Failure
- Chest Tube Management
Post-Op Complications & Emergencies
- Uncontrolled Pain
- Compartment Syndrome
- Recognizing Infection
- Acute Kidney Injury
Now on to Documenting the Emergency…
How Well Would Your Documentation Hold up in Court?
- Common Pitfalls in Documentation
- What your Words Really Mean in Court
- Strategies for Writing Legally Defensible Notes
- Case Studies: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
How to Document High Risk Situations
- Patient Refusals
- Nurse-MD Notification
- Chain of Command
- Changes in Patient Condition
- Assessment Findings
- Discharge Instructions
- Documentation Methods
- Electronic vs. Traditional (paper)
- Clarifying the Myths of Charting by Exception
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