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Heart Transplant Introduction Class

Fee: Free

This class is designed to give Sharp Memorial registered nurses an overview of what essential information they need to know in order to provide care to heart transplant recipients. The instructors will go over content pertinent to ICU care and the post-transplant phases, including the possibility of rejection and infection. They will also address the use of immune suppressing medications.

At the completion of the course, the learner will:

1. Understand donor recipient matching
2. State nursing priorities immediately post-op

  • Describe potential post-operative complications
  • Anticipate immediate post-op, post-extubation and transfer orders
  • Discuss treatment for acute right heart failure

3. Discuss immunosuppressant concepts in transplantation

  • Understand transplant pharmacology
  • Describe transplant rejection pathophysiology
  • Recognize types of rejection
  • Identify clinical findings and treatment modalities for rejection and infection

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