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Why to Cool the Adult

This class is an onsite review of Targeted Temperature Management in the adult post-arrest patient. It covers relevant research, national and international guidelines, pathophysiology of cooling, and tips for caring for the cooled patient.

Select two CERP accredited courses in order to receive AACN CERPS. This Program Has Been Approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for 2.00 Synergy CERPs Category A, File Number 22288

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How to Cool the Adult

This class is an onsite in-service on how to best use the Blanketrol® machine in the adult patient population. It covers features of the machine, modes of use and alarms. It also covers which mode to use for each part of a hospital’s cooling protocol. This class allows for hands on practice by course participants.

Select two CERP accredited courses in order to receive AACN CERPS. This Program Has Been Approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for 2.00 Synergy CERPs Category A, File Number 22288

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Cool-Neonate

How to Cool the Neonate

This is an onsite in-service on how to best use the Blanketrol® machine to cool a neonate. It covers features of the machine, modes of use and alarms. It also covers which mode to use for each part of a hospital’s cooling protocol. This class allows for hands on practice by course participants. 

Select two CERP accredited courses in order to receive AACN CERPS. This Program Has Been Approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for 2.00 Synergy CERPs Category A, File Number 22288

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HIE

HIE and Therapeutic Hypothermia

This onsite class is a review of Therapeutic Hypothermia as a therapy for HIE. It covers relevant historical research, ongoing research, national recommendations for inclusion and exclusion criteria, pathophysiology of cooling the infant, and tips for caring for the cooled infant.

Select two CERP accredited courses in order to receive AACN CERPS. This Program Has Been Approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for 2.00 Synergy CERPs Category A, File Number 22288

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Normothermia Basics

This onsite class covers normothermia in the perioperative setting. It covers why normothermia is important, types of heat loss and types of warming, and outcomes associated with hypothermia in the operating room and perioperative areas.

Select two CERP accredited courses in order to receive AACN CERPS. This Program Has Been Approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for 2.00 Synergy CERPs Category A, File Number 22288

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Gelli-Roll

How to Maintain Normothermia

This class is an onsite in-service on the various normothermia machines and blankets that CSZ offers. It covers the use of the NormoTemp® and the WarmAir® devices as well as the GelliRoll® and other blankets used with these devices. Benefits and risks of warming with each device and blanket are discussed, and participants are encouraged to practice using the devices.

Select two CERP accredited courses in order to receive AACN CERPS. This Program Has Been Approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for 2.00 Synergy CERPs Category A, File Number 22288

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WEBINAR: FDA Guidance on NTM Infection and Heater-Cooler Devices

The key objectives of this online training are;

  • to understand what NTM is, how it affects patients and how it is identified,
  • discuss current guidelines from the FDA, CDC and Joint Commission, and
  • to appreciate the effects of the guidelines on hospital operations.

*This course is not CERP accredited.

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