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AirMedhigh risk obstetrics course

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http://hawaii.eagle-i.net/i/0000012d-c505-0295-d62f-514680000000

Resource Type

  1. Training service

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  1. Resource Description
    "AirMed High Risk Obstetrics is a one day course for flight nurses, paramedics and other health care providers. The program consists of a morning session of didactics and interactive question/answer discussions in conjunction with instructors from Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children. Topics covered will include fetal heart monitoring, tocolytic review, maternal physiology and high risk obstetrical conditions (pre-term labor, pre-eclampsia and third trimester bleeding emergencies). The afternoon portion will consist of hands-on training using a special birthing simulator with review of the stages of labor. The class will be divided into two groups who will rotate through various stations consisting of a neonatal resuscitation and umbilical cord annulation, competencies, and critical care simulation. There will also be a full code scenario using the METI Human Patient Simulator."
  2. Additional Name
    AirMed High Risk OB
  3. Contact
    Kihmm Connolly, Kathleen
  4. Contact
    Hara, Kris
  5. Access Restriction(s)
    none
  6. Geographic restriction
    none
  7. Service Provided by
    Telehealth Research Institute
  8. Technique performed by
    0000012b-36b7-2711-2f73-b43980000000
  9. Website(s)
    http://www.simtiki.org/
 
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  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    mwilson (Melanie Wilson)
  3. created
    2011-01-26T19:12:37.006-06:00
  4. creator
    mlepape (Marc LePape)
  5. modified
    2011-08-24T11:23:44.688-05:00

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