16 Jan 2020

Triage, Monitoring & Stabilisation & Fluid Therapy in the Emergency Patient

Sheffield

Aims

Day 1 - Triage, Monitoring and Stabilisation

Course content:

  • Triage
  • Monitoring Clinical Parameters
  • Dyspnoeic patients/oxygen supplementation
  • Acid-base and blood gases

    Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the concept of triage and the nurse’s role
  • Know what signs to look for, and why they matter
  • Gain an overview of common presentations and their emergency management
  • Monitoring skills
  • Learn how to stabilise dyspnoeic patients
  • Basic understanding of blood gases and their application in respiratory emergencies

Day 2 - Fluid Therapy in the Emergency Patient

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the concept of triage and the nurse’s role
  • Know what signs to look for, and why they matter
  • Gain an overview of common presentations and their emergency management
  • Monitoring skills
  • Learn how to stabilise dyspnoeic patients
  • Basic understanding of blood gases and their application in respiratory emergencies

Summary

Comprehensive course notes, refreshments and lunch on each day.

Available Dates

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