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Care of the Traumatic Brain Injured Patient Class

Fee: Free

This course for Sharp Memorial Hospital SICU nurses is designed to provide an overview of the essential content necessary to provide treatment for critical care patients with a neuro/traumatic brain injury. Content will include information pertinent to the mechanism of injury, brain anatomy, secondary brain injury, fluid and electrolyte monitoring, intracranial pressure monitoring and future directions in care.

Upon completion, nurses will be able to:

  1. Review correlative neuro anatomy
  2. Discuss the impact of brain injury relative to brain anatomy and mechanism of injury
  3. Understand basics of intracranial pressure management
  4. Review the values of the pupilometer and how it correlates with a neuro assessment
  5. Discuss complications related to brain injury including:
  • Fluid and electrolyte disturbances
  • Secondary brain injury
  • Systemic complications including pressure ulcers, nutrition imbalances and altered mobility

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