THE BEST MEDCRAM CRITICAL CARE/EMERGENCY MEDICINE VIDEOS ACCREDITED FOR 10 NURSING CEs
Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned RN, this "survival course" will efficiently get you up to speed on key fundamentals and updates in several important topics including:
Shock and sepsis, DKA, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, pleural effusion, hyponatremia, hypernatremia, hyperkalemia, mechanical ventilation, LFTs, liver diseases, heart failure, and acute renal failure.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
Nursing professionals, particularly those working in the emergency department, critical care, and inpatient hospital setting.
Dr. Roger Seheult examines several of the most common and important problems encountered by nurses in the emergency department, critical care, and inpatient hospital setting. A series of videos (each no longer than 20 minutes) full of illustrations explain key elements and updates for shock and sepsis, DKA, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, pleural effusion, hyponatremia, hypernatremia, hyperkalemia, mechanical ventilation, LFTs, liver diseases, heart failure, and acute renal failure. Quizzes after each section will test your understanding.
As a result of this course, students will be able to:
- Define the pathophysiology, diagnostic modalities, and key signs of symptoms for the three main types of shock.
- Understand key treatment principles of shock in addition to important monitoring considerations.
- Understand the "why" behind DKA management, monitoring, and treatment principles.
- Define the differences between the major types of pneumonia with regards to presentation, monitoring, and treatment principles.
- Understand the magnitude of pulmonary embolism problems and apply key prevention strategies.
- Identify the major types of pleural effusion and the differences in management.
- Understand the relevant pathophysiology of hyponatremia and hypernatremia to delineate the different types and the optimum monitoring and treatment strategies.
- Define the different causes of hyperkalemia, and understand key treatment and monitoring principles.
- Understand each of the different modes of mechanical ventilation and why each one is used differently.
- Understand essential liver physiology to give context to the liver function tests (LFT) and key monitoring principles.
- Define the key signs and symptoms for diseases specific to the biliary tract.
- Understand how the different types of heart failure differ in their presentation, treatment, and monitoring principles.
- Apply understanding of the underlying pathophysiology of acute renal failure to anticipate sequelae after initial patient treatment.
COURSE COMPLETION CERTIFICATE
Upon completion of the course and a brief survey, your CE certificate will be provided immediately.
Course access is provided for one year from the date of purchase.
Roger Seheult M.D. is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP16824, for 10 contact hours.
Other states typically recognize contact hours accredited through the California Board of Registered Nursing, but please check requirements in your state.
We are happy to provide a full refund for cancellations requested within the first 24 hours after purchasing the course.
Section 1: Systemic Problems - Shock, Sepsis, and DKA
- Shock and Sepsis Explained Clearly
- Quiz 1 free trial
- Shock and Sepsis Treatment Explained Clearly
- Quiz 2
- Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Explained Clearly
- Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Treatment Explained Clearly
- Quiz 3
Section 2: The Three "P's" - Pneumonia, PE, and Pleural Effusion
- Pneumonia: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Vaccination
- Typical versus Atypical and Fungal
- Pneumonia Treatment
- Quiz 4
- Pulmonary Embolism: Epidemiology and Diagnosis
- Quiz 5 free trial
- Pulmonary Embolism: Treatment
- Quiz 6
- Pulmonary Embolism: Reversal Agents and Duration of Treatment
- Quiz 7
- Pulmonary Embolism: IVC Filter, Thrombolysis, and Hypercoagulable Work-Up
- Quiz 8
- Pleural Effusion: Definition, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, & Thoracentesis
- Pleural Effusion: Exudate versus Transudate - Light's Criteria
- Gross Fluid Analysis and Cell Count
- Quiz 9
Section 3: Key Sodium and Potassium Problems
- Definitions and Overview
- Quiz 10
- Hypotonic, Isotonic, and Hypertonic Hyponatremia
- Quiz 11
- The Hypotonic Hyponatremias: Hypovolemic, Hypervolemic, and Isovolemic
- Quiz 12
- Hypernatremia Explained Clearly
- Quiz 13
- Hyperkalemia: Causes and Manifestations
- Hyperkalemia - Treatment
- Quiz 14
Optional: CE (CEU) Certificate
- Obtaining your CE certificate
What a great course! The explanations of pathophysiology are given at a perfect pace and I very much like watching as what is described is written out on screen. I’d recommend this course to any nurse I work with. Whether a newer RN or very experienced, this course does a fantastic job of teaching or reinforcing previously learned material.
ADRIAN ELAND, RN
Love it. So clearly demonstrated and explained
BRYAN SMITH, RN
great course material, thorough and clear to understand
RN-LEARNING JIN, RN
DEODHAR JAYITA, MD
Extremely clearly explained. Thank you.
ELIZABETH JALLOH (NP Student)
JOHN KOSZUTA, MD
REBEKAH SHOOP, MD
MOLLY TANGUAY, PA-C
Great course, very informative, clear and concise. Thank you so much for putting this together.
TARA ESTRADA, RN
Excellent course! All topics were discussed and explained simply. Content will improve my practice and was presented in an engaging way.
- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.
- Over 20 years teaching experience as both an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.
- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.
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