Full Course Description


Critical Care Nurse Certification – CCRN®

Preparation for the exam has just become easier and more effective!

Whether you’re preparing for the CCRN certification exam or simply want to refresh your Critical Care knowledge, this is the program for you.

“The CCRN certification exam is tough. I’m not going to lie to you, this is a hard exam. Even nurses who have been doing critical care for 30 years will find it challenging, but with the right prep course, you will pass the first time! I’ll help you do it. My name is Cyndi Zarbano. I’ve been a nurse for more than 25 years, and have been teaching certification prep courses for over 10 years. 

Every time a new exam comes out I take it 3 times so I know what knowledge you need to pass the test and even more importantly, I’m passionate about helping you to be better at what you do. So not only will you pass the CCRN, but you’ll walk away from my program ready to provide higher quality care to your patients.

This is the only cert prep course you’ll need. I’ll focus your study and provide you with all the tools you need to pass the exam. Get started today! When you finish this training, you’ll be fully prepared and confident in your skills.” - Cyndi Zarbano, MSN, BSN, CCRN, CEN, PCCN, CMSRN, CLNC

Don’t miss this opportunity to achieve your dream of becoming a Certified Critical Care Nurse, and make a difference in the lives of your patients!

Program Information

Outline

Cardiovascular

Endocrine

Renal

Gastrointestinal

Hematologic/Immunologic

Neurologic

Pulmonary

Multisystem

Behavioral/Psychosocial

Objectives

  1. Consider critical anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of each system.
  2. Categorize significant assessment and diagnostic findings relevant to the critical care environment.
  3. Evaluate clinical presentation, as well as specific patient management, of commonly seen conditions in critical care.
  4. Devise a nursing care plan for the patient with diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome.
  5. Perform nursing interventions for increased intracranial pressure.
  6. Prioritize critical nursing actions for the patient with septic, hypovolemic and cardiogenic shock.
  7. Characterize the process of coagulopathy in DIC.
  8. Anticipate the clinical symptoms of electrolyte disturbances.
  9. Analyze treatment options for respiratory failure.
  10. Explore common endocrine dysfunctions in the critical care patient.
  11. Apply interventions for frequent sources of poisoning.
  12. Practice test-taking skills.
  13. Select strategies for successful completion of the CCRN exam.
  14. Specify professional and ethical nursing care using AACN definitions.

Copyright : 11/27/2018