You’ve seen the commercials and heard the warnings—sepsis is one of the hottest topics in the medical arena today. But how does this factor into the work of an LNC? Join AALNC and Laurie Hiebert, MSN RN as we gain knowledge about sepsis.
Participants in this educational activity will be knowledgeable regarding the standards of care for the evaluation and treatment decisions in the patient presenting to the Emergency Department with acute stroke.
Participants will be knowledgeable in the standards of care for the evaluation and treatment decisions in the patient presenting to the Emergency Department with acute stroke, as well as, the diagnostics and prevention of a recurrent stroke after an acute stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA).
Participants will understand the cause and results of the design change of Olympus Q180V duodenoscope that led to several antibiotic resistant superbug infections nationwide as well as the legal implications related to the design defect.
At the end of the presentation, participants will understand prenatal care, operative vaginal delivery, fetal viability and shoulder dystocia. The role of the LNC will be discussed as it pertains to the standard of care and record analysis for each topic.
At the end of the presentation, participants will develop insight in the interventional radiology (IR) department including roles, procedures, treatment, IR imaging modalities, contrast media and informed consent process. Participants will also understand preoperative regulations and standard of car
Participation in this educational activity will enable the learner to analyze the complications related to transvaginal surgical mesh and to discuss the various legal issues and strategies involved in the mass tort litigation process of these claims.
Participants in this activity will increase their knowledge and understanding of compartment syndrome and the role of the legal nurse consultant in the litigation process of cases concerning compartment syndrome.
Participants in this activity will expand their knowledge regarding the resources used as “learned treatises” in lawsuits involving infusion therapy and vascular access, and to review the most recent editions of these documents.
Upon successful completion of the webinar, participants will be able to apply their knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and patient assessment skills to accurately evaluate a case involving driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.