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Marcia Gamaly - Managing the Emergency and Trauma Patient

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Marcia Gamaly - Managing the Emergency and Trauma Patient

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Trends in Emergency and Trauma Nursing

  • Current trends
  • Core measures
  • Hospital scorecards

Head and Neck Trauma

  • Neurological trauma
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • ED management of the stroke patient
    • Maxillofacial and neck trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Proper application and management of cervical collar
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • NIHSS scoring

Thoracic/Abdominal/Genitourinary Trauma

  • Thoracic trauma
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • Assessment of the patient with a chest tube
    • Abdominal trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Intra-abdominal pressure assessment and management
    • Genitourinary trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
  • Chest tube insertion and chest tube management
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
  • Chest auto-transfusion
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
  • Pelvic fractures

Extremity Trauma

  • Musculoskeletal trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Hare traction
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Conversion of Hare traction to Bucks traction
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • Hemorrhage management

Special Considerations

  • Psychosocial issues
  • Obstetrical emergencies
  • The bariatric patient
  • Pediatric emergencies
  • Shock
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Defibrillation, cardioversion and pacing
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Rapid infuser
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Essential dysrhythmia recognition & treatment

Trends in Care

  • Chest pain
  • Antiplatelets versus anticoagulants
  • Pre-hospital care
  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual assault of the transgender patient
  • Forensic issues
  • Ultrasound guided peripheral IV placement
  • Pressure injuries
  • Insulin pumps

Skills Demonstration

Would you like to receive Marcia Gamaly - Managing the Emergency and Trauma Patient ?

Description:

  • Improve management of medical emergencies in the ED bay
  • Latest updates in AMI management in the ED
  • What EVERY nurse should know about sexual assault victims
  • Facts about antiplatelets and anticoagulants
  • Demonstration of emergency nursing skills
  • Everything you need to know about obstetrical emergencies
  • Sepsis management in five simple steps

You can achieve these professional goals…

  • You are ten hours into your 12-hour shift. You have had challenging cases all day, and get a report that you will be receiving a Level 1 trauma patient in 6 minutes. Imagine approaching this patient with improved confidence in your ability to accurately assess the patient, anticipate their care needs, and manage complications when they arise.
  • Don’t fear calls from risk management or the patient safety officer! Develop confidence in the care you provide and document on each and every patient.
  • Improve patient outcomes and your ability to provide care by learning essential skills EVERY emergency nurse needs to know!
  • Immediately apply content learned using real-life critical thinking scenarios that are easily remembered!

 

Marcia Gamaly - Managing the Emergency and Trauma Patient

/images/uploaded/1019/Marcia Gamaly - Managing the Emergency and Trauma Patient.jpg

Trends in Emergency and Trauma Nursing

  • Current trends
  • Core measures
  • Hospital scorecards

Head and Neck Trauma

  • Neurological trauma
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • ED management of the stroke patient
    • Maxillofacial and neck trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Proper application and management of cervical collar
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • NIHSS scoring

Thoracic/Abdominal/Genitourinary Trauma

  • Thoracic trauma
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • Assessment of the patient with a chest tube
    • Abdominal trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Intra-abdominal pressure assessment and management
    • Genitourinary trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
  • Chest tube insertion and chest tube management
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
  • Chest auto-transfusion
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
  • Pelvic fractures

Extremity Trauma

  • Musculoskeletal trauma
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Hare traction
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Conversion of Hare traction to Bucks traction
  • ESSENTIAL SKILL:
    • Hemorrhage management

Special Considerations

  • Psychosocial issues
  • Obstetrical emergencies
  • The bariatric patient
  • Pediatric emergencies
  • Shock
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Defibrillation, cardioversion and pacing
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Rapid infuser
  • HANDS-ON SKILL VIDEO:
    • Essential dysrhythmia recognition & treatment

Trends in Care

  • Chest pain
  • Antiplatelets versus anticoagulants
  • Pre-hospital care
  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual assault of the transgender patient
  • Forensic issues
  • Ultrasound guided peripheral IV placement
  • Pressure injuries
  • Insulin pumps

Skills Demonstration

Would you like to receive Marcia Gamaly - Managing the Emergency and Trauma Patient ?

Description:

  • Improve management of medical emergencies in the ED bay
  • Latest updates in AMI management in the ED
  • What EVERY nurse should know about sexual assault victims
  • Facts about antiplatelets and anticoagulants
  • Demonstration of emergency nursing skills
  • Everything you need to know about obstetrical emergencies
  • Sepsis management in five simple steps

You can achieve these professional goals…

  • You are ten hours into your 12-hour shift. You have had challenging cases all day, and get a report that you will be receiving a Level 1 trauma patient in 6 minutes. Imagine approaching this patient with improved confidence in your ability to accurately assess the patient, anticipate their care needs, and manage complications when they arise.
  • Don’t fear calls from risk management or the patient safety officer! Develop confidence in the care you provide and document on each and every patient.
  • Improve patient outcomes and your ability to provide care by learning essential skills EVERY emergency nurse needs to know!
  • Immediately apply content learned using real-life critical thinking scenarios that are easily remembered!