Casseopia Fisher & Marcia Gamaly – Life Threatening Complications
Never miss the subtle changes that can signal trouble…
Nurses today are pressured to ensure patients are discharged as quickly as possible to spend much of their recovery time at home. This means you have to closely monitor & assess your patients for subtle clues that could be a warning of a serious issue leading to longer hospitalization while you are trying to educate your patients for rehab at home.
Join experts Marcia Gamaly, PHD ©, MSN, MHA, RN-BC, CEN PCCN, and Casseopia Fisher, MSN, RN, CMSRN, in this online course and walk away with confidence in your advanced telemetry skills and a newfound ability to rapidly assess your complicated post-operative patients.
Do you hesitate on the steps necessary to cardiovert or defibrillate your unstable patient?
Are you confident in your ability to remedy high-risk situations that can arise with your post-operative patients?
to learn from patient-focused and outcome driven first-hand demonstrations on topics like:
- Cardiac rhythms
- Heart failure
- Post-cardiac catheterization
- Post-operative pain control
- Commonly prescribed medications
- Anesthesia risks, complications and regulatory issues
- Documentation tips for high risk patient situations
Here’s what you’ll learn in this comprehensive online course:
Module 1: Preventing Post–Operative Complications
- Implications of Pharmacological & Anesthetic Agents After Surgery
- Patient Education for Discharge Readiness
- New Evidence-Based Practice Standards
- Malignant Hyperthermia Challenges
- Management Strategies for Acute Post-op Pain
- Increased Risk for Compromised Airway
- Assessing for Cardiac Changes
- Regulatory Issues and SCIP Protocols
- Challenging Populations: Elderly, Pediatric, Pregnant
Module 2: Advancing Your Telemetry Skills for the Complex Patient
- Many first-hand skill labs to test your knowledge
- Cardioversion, pacing, defibrillation
- Never miss the subtle changes that can signal trouble
- Latest trends in chest pain and heart failure management
- What you can expect from new medications in practice
- Best tips to monitor patient’s post-catheterization
Plus, when you register today, you’ll get these additional bonuses — Valued at Over $50:
Laboratory Tests Made Easy: A Plain English Approach, Second Edition (PDF Download)
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Med-Surg Pocket Guide (PDF Download)
Full-color pocket guide for focused assessments, treatments, interventions and preventions – right at your fingertips.Loaded with references and tools to build critical thinking, covering cardiovascular, IV therapy, pulmonary, multisystem and shock, neurological, and critical nursing skills. An easy to use resource for you to deliver high-quality care.
Get immediately download here: Casseopia Fisher & Marcia Gamaly – Life Threatening Complications
Nurses like you rave about the teaching style of our experts:
Casseopia Fisher, RN, BSN, CMSRN,
has practiced nursing in multiple hospital post-surgical environments, including Trauma, Orthopaedics, and Surgical Specialties. She is currently Nurse Manager of a general Med-Surg unit, and a graduate student at Western Governors University.Casseopia has a passion to share her expertise with healthcare audiences through a variety of presentations that draw from her background. She is med-surg certified, holds membership with the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses and has a special interest in patient alcohol withdrawal/substance abuse.
Marcia Gamaly, MSN, MHA, RN-BC, CEN, PCCN, has over twenty years of nursing experience at the bedside and in staff development. Marcia currently works as a clinical nurse educator at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. In her current role, she oversees and plans the educational needs for over 250 nurses and support staff on a variety of units, including a step-down, neuro-tele and medical-surgical units. She has developed and presented on a variety of topics including certification courses for critical care, progressive care, medical-surgical, oncology and emergency nursing. Other presentations include telemetry skills day, medical-surgical skills day, cardiac dysrhythmia interpretation, post-operative care and heart failure. Additionally, Marcia is an instructor for BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, ENPC and ASLS and works as a per-diem emergency department staff nurse.
She is a doctoral student at Villanova University, with a research interest in bariatrics. She is certified in medical-surgical nursing, progressive care nursing, emergency nursing, and professional staff development. She is a member of the Emergency Nurses Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, and American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. Marcia combines her role in clinical education with hands-on experience to deliver a high-level learning opportunity that is patient-focused and outcome-driven. The meaningful insights she has to share will be applied easily at the bedside to improve your own care of patients!
Learning that Fits YOUR Schedule:
View any of the video modules online at your convenience. You’ll have unlimited access to the videos online, and you can download everything for future reference! Plus, use the CE21 Mobile™ app to access the course content on-the-go, wherever and whenever you want on your mobile devices.
Interact and collaborate with other professionals in the online community through chat boards and online forums. Participants love sharing ideas, asking questions and networking with peers!
Complete your CE tests online at the completion of each module, with instant access to your CE certificates – earn up to 12.5 CE hours.