Marcia Gamaly – Advancing Your Telemetry Skills for the Complex Patient
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Marcia Gamaly is a professor.
Duration: One Whole Day
Audio and video formats are available.
Copyright: December 9, 2016
There are several hands-on skill labs to put your knowledge to the test.
Pacing, cardioversion, and defibrillation
Never overlook the small changes that might indicate problems.
The most recent developments in the treatment of chest discomfort and heart failure
What to anticipate with new drugs in use
Best practices for monitoring post-catheterization patients
In today’s result and technology-driven cardiology world, even experienced nurses may find it difficult to manage complex patients in the telemetry unit. Are you aware with the key metrics that the telemetry unit often monitors? Are you confident in your abilities to care for a patient who has a defibrillator that is worn? Do you feel confident in your abilities to titrate and wean oxygen? Do you put off taking the essential actions to cardiovert or defibrillate your unstable patient? Best practices are always developing in response to the most recent research recommendations. While staying current with changes in telemetry nursing care might be difficult, it can be vital for your patients. Attend this hands-on, entertaining, and extremely instructive seminar to develop your profession!
Manual for Webcasts (15.59 MB)
Outline 76 Pages Available After Purchase
Update on Cardiac Rhythms
Presentation through video
Medications That Are Commonly Prescribed
Agents of many kinds
“Time is Muscle” – Chest Pain
Diagnostic testing and cardiac enzymes
EKG lead positioning
Telemetry packs with three, five, and six leads
LAB EXPERIENCE: OXYGEN DELIVERY SYSTEMS
Cannula for the nose
Face mask that is simple
Rebreather in part
Venturi® mask for non-rebreathers
Respiratory depression/failure prevention
How effective is pulse oximetry?
End-Tidal CO2 Measurement
Patient Monitoring Following Cardiac Catheterization
Evaluation of the puncture site
HANDS-ON LAB SKILLS: Monitoring for complications/Hematoma
Radial access system
Access device for the femur
Patient Management Trends
Left Ventricular Assist Device with Wearable Defibrillator
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MSN, MHA, RN-BC, CEN, PCCN Marcia Gamaly has over twenty years of nursing experience at the bedside and in staff development. Marcia is presently employed at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, as a clinical nurse educator. In her present position, she is responsible for overseeing and planning the educational requirements of over 250 nurses and support workers on a range of units, including a step-down, neuro-tele, and medical-surgical units. She has created and taught on a wide range of topics, including critical care, progressive care, medical-surgical, cancer, and emergency nursing certification courses. Telemetry skills day, medical-surgical skills day, cardiac dysrhythmia interpretation, post-operative care, and heart failure are among the other presentations. Marcia also works as a per-diem emergency department staff nurse and is a teacher for BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, ENPC, and ASLS.
She is a Villanova University doctorate student with a research focus in bariatrics.
She is a qualified medical-surgical nurse, progressive care nurse, emergency nurse, and professional staff development specialist. She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, the Emergency Nurses Association, and the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.
Marcia blends her clinical teaching position with hands-on expertise to provide a high-level learning opportunity that is patient-centered and outcome-driven. The valuable ideas she shares will be readily utilized at the bedside to improve your own patient care!
Disclosures for Speakers:
Financial: Marcia Gamaly is employed at St. Mary Medical Center and Lower Bucks Hospital. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Non-financial: Marcia Gamaly is a member of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, the American Nurses Association, the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, and the Emergency Nurses Association.
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