Moderate or Procedural Sedation: Patient Assessment and Monitoring

Updated Info:

These courses have been revised to increase clarity by removing references to Demerol.

Series Overview:

Moderate or procedural sedation is the condition produced by the administration of a drug or combination of drugs with the intent to sedate during diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in a way that allows the patient to maintain protective reflexes such as the ability to swallow, gag and cough and remain responsive to verbal stimuli.

This series is designed to provide nurses with and overview of the procedures and drugs used in moderate sedation as well as the potential complications of the procedure and how to avoid them.

Overview:

The purpose of this program is to provide nurses and others an understanding of patient assessment and monitoring during moderate or procedural sedation.

Objectives:

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Define the degrees of sedation and anesthesia .Describe the nurse's pre-operative responsibilities in moderate sedation.
  • Describe the nurse's peri-operative responsibilities in moderate sedation.
  • Describe the nurse's post-operative responsibilities in moderate sedation.

 

Price: $315.00 USD

Product ID: MED895
Media: DVD
Year: 2015
Duration: 21:17 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Medication Administration,
 
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