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Multisystem Failure - Critical Care

Price: $19.00

This course series is accessible until 1/1/2022

The Multisystem: Shock course uses pertinent information from other courses to pull together and describe the results of decreased tissue perfusion resulting from dysfunction/failure of multiple body systems. You will become adept at identifying various types of shock, along with the clinical presentations and steps essential to achieve the best clinical outcome. In the following Multisystem Failure: Shock Class and Treatment course, you will be presented with an overview of shock, the five types of shock, and the causes, signs/symptoms, pathophysiology, and treatment associated with each type. Also presented is critical nursing care based on assessment findings and response to therapy.

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT

AdventHealth University Division – echelon® is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

echelon® is an approved CE provider by the Florida Board of Nursing.

AdventHealth University Division echelon is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider Number CPE16352.

NOTE: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors; individuals may not repeat and report a self-learning activity for credit twice in the same biennium.

ANCC Accredited Organization

This course reports to CE Broker

Multisystem Failure: Shock (1.0 CNE)

  1. Differentiate between normal and abnormal perfusion as it relates to pipes (arteries/veins) and the pump (the heart).
  2. Classify the different phases of any shock state.
  3. Identify the cascade of events during the progressive shock phase.
  4. Recall from previous courses the principles of cardiac output, renal compensation mechanisms, and blood clotting responses that are affected during the refractory phase of shock.
  5. Explain the nature and complications of systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS).


Multisystem Failure: Shock Class and Treatment (1.0 CNE)

  1. Describe the intrinsic and extrinsic factors as well as the collaborative treatment goals for a patient with shock.
  2. Identify the cause, presentation, diagnosis, and treatment for a patient experiencing cardiogenic shock.
  3. Identify the cause, presentation, and treatment for a patient experiencing hypovolemic shock.
  4. Identify the cause, presentation, and treatment for a patient experiencing anaphylactic shock.
  5. Identify the cause, presentation, and treatment for a patient experiencing neurogenic shock.
  6. Identify the cause, presentation, and treatment for a patient experiencing septic shock.

CC12 Multisystem Failure: Shock

Hours: 1.00
This Multisystem course is the last in the series of courses for critical care nursing candidates. It uses pertinent information from other courses to pull together and describe the results of decreased tissue perfusion resulting from dysfunction/failure of multiple body systems. Critical care nurses will become adept at identifying various types of shock, along with the clinical presentations and steps essential to achieve the best clinical outcome.

CC13 Multisystem Failure: Shock Class and Treatment

Hours: 1.00
This Multisystem course presents an overview of shock, differentiates between the five types of shock, and discusses the causes, signs/symptoms, pathophysiology, and treatment associated with each type. Also presented is critical nursing care based on assessment findings and response to therapy.