Hemodynamic Challenge: Maintaining Homeostasis in Sepsis & Shock

Program Description

Hemodynamics and fluids are essential to every practitioner who encounters sepsis and shock whether you are in ICU, ED, or primary care.  Foundational knowledge of how these processes work to maintain the body’s homeostasis is best practice.  This course will cover the essential theory for hemodynamics including fluid selection and management for the client requiring resuscitation and an overview of sepsis and shock.

Who Should Attend?   Registered Nurses practicing in acute care environments (PCU/ICU/CCU/ED/Med-Surg), ARNP’s and other Health Sciences Professionals wishing to acquire skills in fluids and sepsis management.

Contact Hours:  4.0

Speaker:  Oliver Lee A. Pelayo, MSN, RN, CCRN

Program Testimonials

“Great presenter, kept audience involved and engaged. Extremely knowledgeable about critical care!”

Additional Information

Registration includes:  Attendance at program, downloadable program handouts, all day coffee, tea, water, a light breakfast and snacks. All supplies are included. Wi-fi is available in the conference center.

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Terms & Conditions and Cancellation Policy

If you are an employer who needs to register more than one employee for this program, please fill out our group registration form.

Employer Registration – Location: Vancouver, WA