Not on My Shift: Early Identification and Treatment of Common
Acute Care Emergencies

This course is intended for clinical nurses practicing in all acute care units.

Body systems, physiology, pathophysiology, assessment strategies and treatment options for common problems seen in acute care practice, including pharmacological management will be covered.

This course will provide a clinical update and a review of the latest best practice. Common acute care emergencies that require quick bedside thinking will be reviewed.

Topics include acute heart failure, pulmonary edema, stroke, endocrine emergencies and GI bleeding. This program is intended for ALL practicing nurses and will assist their continued goal of quality patient care that is driven by evidence.

The following are links to pdf copies of the content presented in Not on My Shift: Early Identification and Treatment of Common
Acute Care Emergencies
. 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.

Not on My Shift Materials Links

Session

Materials

Heart Failure: State of the Evidence and Practice Recommendations pdf

by Carol Rauen, MS, RN, CCNS, CEN, CCRN, PCCN

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Change in Level of Consciousness: The Nursing Challenge pdf

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The Complaint of Abdominal Pain pdf

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Endocrine Emergencies: More than DKA!pdf

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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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