PRN HealthCare Consultants - Bariatric Emergency Care
PRN - ACLS-PALS-PEARS-CPR-ENPC-TNCC-ITLS-AMLS


2/3 of Americans are overweight, this course describes not only differences in the emergency care involved in bariatric care but also social awareness and sensitivity insightINTERNATIONAL
B a r i a t r i c
E m e r g e n c y  C a r e


Instructors



America and the developing world, suffer from an increasing epidemic. Obesity.  Recognizing vast differences in providing care to the bariatric patient, PRN instructor  Dale Green RN, CCRN-K began work on Bariatric Emergency Care Considerations in the fall of 2011, with the rollout scheduled for Summer  2018

Only 60 participants will be accepted for this first of its kind course.  

    Highlights include ;
The epidemic is growing, it effects all age groups with the most urgent crisis in our children
  • Advanced Airway Differences
  • Defibrillation Cardioversion Pacing
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • Vascular Access
  • Body Composition & Function
  • Dangers in Medications
  • Fluid / Blood Resuscitation
  • Surgical Complications
  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Radiological & Lab findings
  • Positioning for procedures
  • Transportation & Transfer
  • Stress Management
  • Skin Care / Hydration 
  • Nutritional Hurdles 
  • Sleep  and Comfort
  • Exercise / physical therapy
  • Patient Education Challenges
  • Psychosocial Considerations
Bariatric Emergency Care describes expected assessment findings and how to modify treatments to provide optimal care

Bariatric Emergency Care  primary goal is to assist healthcare providers to provide safe, compassionate and competent care for patients suffering from obesity in the emergency setting.

Recommended for - all providers involved in emergency or critical care for bariatric patients



This course is currently under development with a rollout scheduled for First Quarter 2018. 
DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED

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