ECC Techniques and Procedures

Duana McBride

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This learning series will equip you with the skill set for managing challenging emergency cases and critically ill patients in your practice. There are a variety of skills required when managing these intricate cases, including respiratory care, tricky venous access, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, just to name a few.

6 Hours CPD

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  • Description

    Topics covered include:

    • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation - technique, stabilisation post resuscitation, hypotension management, manual and mechanical ventilation
    • Respiratory support techniques - thoracic ultrasound, nasal cannulas, thoracocentesis, chest tube placement, arterial blood analysis
    • Techniques for assisted nutrition - NO tubes, oesophagostomy tube placement, parenteral nutrition, central venous catheter placement, developing nutrition plans
    • Coagulation and transfusion medicine
    • Managing the recumbent patient
    • Emergency fluid therapy – protocols, venous access and intraosseous techniques

  • In association with...

    Mila International

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