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A dynamic team approach to respiratory interventions that empowers groups with limited resources to safely and effectively manage respiratory emergencies.See Available Dates
The Difficult Airway Society (DAS) guidelines recognize the superior ability of effective teamwork. Ever since, a revolution in respiratory care has introduced a host of new tools and methods.
A dynamic team approach to respiratory interventions empowers groups with limited resources It is time to discover strategies and techniques that approach airway management with agility.
Build a proactive, capable team to confidently handle high acuity, low occurrence (HALO) airway events. Hands on practice and resonant scenarios explore the power of a prepared team.
Respiratory challenges coupled with solutions - strategies, techniques, pearls and select tips for special cases
On Completion: A user specific airway plan for effective airway management.
Who: Non-expert airway practitioners
Live Online: Group discussion of respiratory cases to explore current, effective methods and tools available for the respiratory care of acutely ill patients
In-Person: Team building and practical airway management procedure simulations.
respiratory A&P review; basic airway maneuvers, adjuncts; oxygen delivery; BiPAP/CPAP; supraglottic airways
pros and cons; checklists and human factors; laryngoscopy options; sequencing intubations; difficult airways; rescue pathways
basic and mechanical ventilation; tubes and trachs; monitoring; safe patient transport; extubation
understand the why and how behind the skills. Be flexible in your best approach to each unique airway event
become adept at simple, practical, priority-based frameworks that help you determine best actions
assess your situation; agility within any potential or actual airway emergency quickly leverages changing resources
upon registration, an email is sent to you with links to pre-course resources and course details
hands-on tailored experiences build your agility for expected and unexpected airway events
group activities harness the expertise and experience of everyone to optimize learning
this is a real world course; agile readiness requires skills that are possible with minimal resources
an optional hands-on and written evaluation is available to earn a certification card
get more practice taking this course again for FREE within a YEAR of your first course
The greatest offer SkillStat has is the focus, not on a test, but on making sure everyone walks away more knowledgeable and confident. To offer attending future courses just to revisit, learn & MASTER skills is brilliant.
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|Six Second ECG Intensive||Six Second ECG Mastery||12 Lead ECG & ACS||12 Lead Advanced|
Any Six Second ECG Course
12 Lead ECG & ACS
8 hours (1-day Course or 2 evenings)
20 hours 3-day Course
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|Acute Coronary Syndromes Overview||•||•||○|
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|Identify Bundle Branch Blocks||•||○|
|15 | 18 Lead View Mapping||•||•|
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|Left Bundle Branch Blocks with ACS||•|
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