Critical care and specialty nursing and midwifery education consultants based in Australia.
Critical Visions is considered to be a well known and experienced provider of high quality education programs for nurses and midwives. The company has access to an extensive network of experienced as well as currently practicing nursing and midwifery consultants who are able to meet the specific requirements of any of the programs being conducted.
This one day seminar is designed for nurses working in areas where Cardiac Pacing is employed as a component of patient care. The program will cover advanced pacing concepts. Knowledge of Basic Pacing Concepts is essential.
Submitted by Chris Horn on 12 September 2013 - 9:41pm
This program is designed to increase and update the knowledge and skills of nurses who work in operating theatres,
anaesthetic departments and post-anaesthetic care/recovery departments. An update on: Neonatal & Paediatric Anaesthesia;
The Difficult Paediatric Airway; an overview of Paediatric Pain Management & case study presentations of Managing Complex
Patients and Situations in PACU will be presented during the day.
This program is designed to increase and update the knowledge and skills of nurses who work in operating theatres, anaesthetic departments, and post -anaesthetic care units. An update on: What’s New in Anaesthesia; Paediatric Anaesthesia Emergencies; an overview of Paediatric Pain Management & Managing Complex Patients and Situations in PACU will be presented during the day.
This seminar will present an update on conditions/situations that can potentially increase maternal morbidity and mortality during pregnancy, birth and postnatal periods. Causes, assessment, and current management will be discussed. The program aims to increase and update the knowledge and skills of midwives who care for these women.
This two day seminar is designed for nurses working in areas where temporary pacing is employed as a
component of patient care. The program will cover both basic and advanced pacing concepts.
Topics include: Principle of pacing, overview of various pacing modes (atrial, ventricular, A-V sequential), dual chamber pacing, demand and trigger response pacing, post ventricular atrial refractory period, ventricular safety pacing, upper rate behaviour, pacemaker mediated tachycardia, nursing management of patients with pacemakers, clinical approach to analysis of DDD electrocardiograms, & troubleshooting of Pacing Problems. Pacing tactics for improving haemodynamics will also be covered.