Healthcare Continuing Education Network
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840 W 9th St., Suite C
Upland, CA 91786
California Board of Registered Nursing Provider Number 16520
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
Describe airway anatomy,explain the purpose of a tracheostomy tube and it's components, demonstrate how to change an inner cannula or tracheostomy tube,explain how to perform trach care,explain the purpose of a speaking valve, how to assess and utilize properly
Define basic terms and concepts of mechanical ventilation. Indications for mechanical ventilation. Describe ventilator modes,settings, Describe alarms and causes and how to resolve each alarm.Perform circuit and filter changes and ventilator maintanence Identify / resolve problems or issues associated with ventilator/ patient
Includes lecture, demonstrations, case studies, emergency scenarios, and the all important hands on training focusing on current models and introducing the latest in cutting edge technology for mechanical ventilators.
6 CE credits upon completion of course (RN LVN RCP)
Includes lecture, demonstrations, media presentation, group participation, case studies and hands on training.
Those working in alternate care areas (Sub-
6 CE credits awarded upon successful completion of this course (RN, LVN, RCP)
Includes lecture, media presentation, demonstrations and hands on training covering but not limited to: aerochambers, aerosol therapies, air compressors, cough assist, CPAP/BIPAP, diagnostic monitoring (apnea,end tidal Co2, pulse oximeters) intrapulmonary percussive ventilator (IPV), low flow oxygen delivery devices, MDI's, nebulizers, oxygen cylinders, oxygen concentrators, portable oxygen concentrators, suction machines, vest percussion.
3 CE credits awarded upon completion of this course (RN, LVN, RCP)