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Critical Care Nursing
Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation.
Monitoring Techniques: Haemodynamic Monitoring; Arterial Lines; Central Lines; Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Pulse Oximetry -SpO2; Capnography – EtCO2
Chest X-ray Interpretation
Care of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient.
Advanced Ventilation Strategies
Renal Physiology; Acute Renal Failure
Renal Replacement Therapies
Management of Cardiac Arrest
Endocrine & Metabolic: Diabetic Emergencies; Hepatic Failure
Critical Care Pharmacology
Course ProgramThursday Evenings for 10 Weeks from 6.30 to 9.30 p.m.
Please note that topic sequence may vary. Topics will include:
PLEASE NOTE: If you are unable to attend any session, you can make that session up in future courses at no charge.
Week Subject/Activity 1. Fundamental Cardiac Physiology; Cardiac Muscle Physiology; Innervation of the Myocardium; Adrenergic Receptors; Regulation of Cardiac Output & Blood Pressure. 2. Cardiovascular Pathophysiology; Assessment & Management of the Patient with Chest Pain; Shock States - Assessment & Management. 3. Respiratory Physiology; The Control of Ventilation; Dynamics of Spontaneous Breathing; Gas Transport; Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation. 4. Monitoring Techniques; Haemodynamic Monitoring; Arterial Lines; Central Lines; Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Pulse Oximetry -SpO2. Capnography - EtCO2 5. Respiratory; Lung Sounds, Chest X-ray Interpretation; Indications & Goals for Mechanical Ventilation; Ventilator Modes; Care of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient. 6. Respiratory Disorders; Assessment & Management of the Patient with Asthma; Intercostal Catheters & Underwater Sealed Drainage. 7. Renal; Physiology; Acute Renal Failure - Assessment, Complications & Management. 8. Neurological Disorders; Neurological Assessment; Care of the Patient with Raised Intracranial Pressure; Brain Death. 9. Resuscitation; Management of Cardiac Arrest 10. Endocrine & Metabolic; Hepatic Failure; Diabetic Emergencies.
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