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Cyndi Zarbano & Robin Gilbert – Cardiopulmonary Nursing Certificate Course
Pulmonary Embolism…Aortic Dissection…Cardiac Tamponade…Pneumothorax…the list of cardiac and respiratory conditions that have mimicking symptoms is endless.
That’s why healthcare professionals need extensive training of both — and this Certificate Course This was specifically designed for nurses looking to advance their knowledge.
Your Cardiopulmonary Certificate will equip you with new assessment techniques and interventions so you can confidently differentiate respiratory and cardiac signs & symptoms. Watch mannequin responses and learn tips on blood gas interpretation.
PLUS, you will be able to access a pre-Q recorded&Ambulance call to Emergency Department Clinician/Educator Robin Gilbert, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN.
Get started with your Cardiopulmonary Nursing Certificate today!
- The best strategies for de-Mystify ECG findings
- Understanding cardiac medication
- Hemodynamics – Improve your confidence by interpreting the results
- Early signs of clinical deterioration: What clues were missed?
- Important steps to control fluid and electrolyte level
- Easy access to ABGs
- Pacing devices & other interventions: What’s trending
- CPAP, BiPAP, ventilators
This video segment is divided in 6 modules. You will be able to recognize signs early and take appropriate actions to prevent further degrading. We’ll discuss when it is possible to recognize signs of non-responsiveness.-Invasive ventilation devices shouldn’t be used. If you are still struggling with blood gases, don’t let blood gases intimidate you! It is easy to interpret ABG results. Actual patient stories will help you understand the complexities and co-Morbidities due to cardiac or respiratory diagnosis
We will discuss the most important findings and interventions for pulmonary emergencies.
- Respiratory Failure
- Pulmonary Embolism
Each healthcare provider must strive for excellence in their care. We must make sure we have the tools necessary to enable critical thinking. Understanding the clues that we find in our medical assessments is one of the best tools to be successful in the medical field. Cyndi Zarbano discusses pearls of wisdom for excellent assessment skills and be able to explain the: who, what, why, and where’s of extra heart and lung sound clues.
- Aortic Stenosis
- Mitral Valve Prolapse
- Tricuspid Regurgitation
- Patent Ductus Arteriosus
- Bronchial Breath Sounds
Robin GilbertCEN, MSN, RN and CEN will use simulation scenarios in order to identify patients whose conditions are deteriorating, the best interventions, as well as desired outcomes. Simulation offers a noninvasive, real-time way to simulate.-High-risk approach-Patient safety will be improved by reducing the risk of certain scenarios. Simulating can make it easier to avoid failure in rescue situations when providing care for patients. The scenarios are based upon the intervention performed in high risk situations.
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Respiratory Crisis
- LOC changes rapidly
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Listen to the pre-Q recorded&Ambulance call to Emergency Department Clinician/Educator Robin Gilbert MSN, CEN. CPEN. Where she addresses specific concerns Cardiopulmonary questions.
Med-Surg Pocket Guide
Full-Color pocket guide to focussed assessments, treatments, interventions, and preventions – at your fingertips.
This resource is loaded with tools and references to help you develop critical thinking. It covers cardiovascular, IV therapy and shock as well as critical nursing skills. A resource that is simple to use to help you deliver high-quality care.-High quality care.
Robin Gilbert, RN, MSN, CEN, CPEN, has over 25 years’ experience in emergency nursing. Many of her years in emergency nurse included time in the pediatric emergency department at Boston Medical Center. She is both an emergency nurse and a pediatric emergency nurse. Robin has experience as an emergency department manager, manager of cardiac & pulmonary rehabilitation and, currently, as the regional manager for staff development at Central Maine Medical Center. She teaches the NCLEX review class at Kaplan and tutors nursing students on-line for a local college. She was also an item writer at the Board Certification of Emergency. Nursing Former Chairperson Robin was the coordinator for her employer’s “Pathway to Excellence” The designation was granted in 2012.
She plays the role of Robin Maintains current knowledge of the latest trends and best practices in pediatric care. Robin received her BSN from Curry College, Massachusetts and her MSN from Saint Joseph’s College, Maine. Robin is an active member of the Emergency Nurses Association, the American Nurses Association, Society of Critical Care Medicine, and a reviewer for the ANCC’s Pathway to Excellence program.
Cyndi Zarbano MSN-Ed, CCRN, CEN, PCCN, CMSRN, CLNC, NLCP, She is an experienced nurse in intensive care with more than 20 years of experience and is currently working in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. She is a national recognized expert in her field.-She is a well-respected speaker at seminars and has opened numerous national symposiums. Her speaking engagements include: Cyndi He is a published author, with many books, including Clinical. Nursing Assessment Skills Pocket Guide and Medical Surgical Nurses Pocket Guide. Her products include webcasts, webinars, and textbooks.
In addition to her MS and BSN as a nurse, she also has 3 other undergraduate degrees. She was a US Naval Officer for ten years and retired as a Lieutenant Commander (Lieutenant Commander). Prior to becoming a nurse, her previous experience was as a counselor in a Minnesota facility for the mentally ill. After her military discharge, she was back in that facility for two years as the Lead Psychiatric Nursing Nurse. Additionally, Cyndi He started a business as a legal nurse consultant and continues to testify in medical-related cases. Cyndi’s teaching style is dynamic and high energy while informal and easy to understand. You will leave her program feeling renewed and committed to nursing excellence in critical-care.
Learning that fits YOUR schedule:
Through chat boards and online forums, you can interact with other professionals and share your knowledge. Participants enjoy sharing ideas, asking for questions, and networking with their peers.
Completion of your CE exams online after each module is completed. Instant access to your CE certificates Earn up to 11.2 CE credits
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