Adult Critical Care Series: Trauma Critical Care Nurse Essentials

This course is intended for nurses with critical care experience who want to expand their clinical horizons to include care of trauma patients in the ICU.

Content includes primary and secondary trauma assessment skills, mechanism of injury, triage and life-sustaining interventions for traumatic brain injury, orthopedic injuries, abdominal trauma and other trauma related conditions.

The following are links to pdf copies of the content presented in Adult Critical Care Series: Trauma Critical Care Nurse Essentials. To view the material presented, click on "Click to view" next to the session material you would like to see.

NOTE: You will need to type in the password given to you during the symposium to view the documents.

Trauma Critical Care Nurse Essentials Materials Links

Session

Materials

Trauma Assessment ABCs pdf

by Sandra Correia, RN, MS, ACNP, CCRN, CFRN, Stanford Life Flight Nurse,TNCC Instructor, TNATC Instructor, Stanford University Medical Center

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Traumatic Brain Injury pdf

by Odette Harris, MD, Associate Professor, Neurosurgeon, Stanford University Medical Center

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Fluid Resuscitation and Damage Control Surgery pdf

by Kristan Staudenmayer, MD, Assistant Professor, Trauma Surgeon, Stanford University Medical Center

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Spinal Trauma pdf

by Denise Greci, RN, MS, CNS, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Emergency Department TNCC Instructor, Stanford University Medical Center

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Penetrating Trauma pdf

by Michelle Woodfall, RN, MS, CNS, CCRN, Trauma Manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist, TNCC Course Coordinator, Stanford University Medical Center,

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Trauma in Children pdf

by Karla Earnest, RN, MS, MSN, Pediatric Trauma Program Manager, Stanford University Medical

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These documents are intended for use by participants only.
No representations or warranties are made for outside use.
Not for outside reproductions or publications without permission from faculty.
Direct inquirers to: cecenter@stanfordmed.org


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