Slideshow | Training

Emergency Nursing 2016

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Emergency Nursing 2016

At the ultrasound lab, care providers use a portable imaging system from Bard to practice ultrasound-guided needle insertion in a simulation vein block used for training. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The NIO intraosseous access device from PerSys Medical got a lot of attention from attendees who were impressed by the product's small size and ease of use. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

Teleflex hosted training sessions on sepsis recognition and treatment, a topic that is receiving much attention in the emergency nursing field. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

One of the Emergency Nursing Association's current goals is to help providers combat compassion fatigue; there were several ePosters and sessions dedicated to the topic. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

ePoster sessions included clinical topics such as improved management of intoxicated patients. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

In a session called Recognize These and Save a Life: Using the ECG as your Crystal Ball, Janis Farnholtz Provinse, MS, RN, CNS, CEN, addresses a packed house on how to recognize conditions such as sepsis using the 12-lead ECG. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The AdvanceED training center was a simulated emergency department with various simulated patient emergencies. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

MCI training on the exhibit hall floor included triage tarps and military SMRT tents for patient care outside of the ED. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

As part of the MCI simulation training, participants reviewed lessons learned from previous disasters such as the tornado that struck Joplin, Mo., in 2011. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

Attendees learned the basics of pit-crew CPR at informational sessions hosted by Stryker. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The nasopharyngeal aspiration kit from N-Pak is an easy way specimen collection tool for influenza and other respiratory viruses. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

In the ultrasound lab, instructors from Bard Access Systems demonstrate how to use ultrasound to locate a patients vein.

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The rear view of ZOLL's simulation manikin shows how the ventilator works once the patient's airway is secured. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

ZOLL Medical demonstrated its ventilator on a simulation manikin that actually filled with air. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

A video in the Morgan Lens booth demonstrates how the product is easily inserted into a patient's eyes for rapid irrigation. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The LifeFlow Rapid Infusion System is an easy-to-use, hand operated infusor for delivering fluids to critically ill patients with conditions such as septic shock, anaphylaxis and hemorrhagic shock. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The Physio-Control booth hosted training sessions for clinical skills such as high-quality CPR, ECGs and capnography. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

Interactive training tools from Apex Innovations are a unique way for providers to educate themselves on cardiac emergencies, 12-lead ECGs and stroke care. A sepsis education course is planned for availability in 2017. Photo Kristina Ackermann

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Emergency Nursing 2016

The new pediatric intraosseous access device from PerSys Medical adjustable based on the age of your patient. Photo Kristina Ackermann