Post-operative complications can be fatal if not recognized and treated rapidly. Complications can lead to extended hospital stays, increased cost, and diminished quality of life. If you care for patients who have received sedation, anesthesia and analgesia in the operative, interventional or diagnostic setting, this seminar is for you. Utilizing case studies and the latest evidence-based practice guidelines, Michael Greco, DNP, CRNA, CPAN, CAPA, will sharpen your understanding of the factors associated with post-operative risk.
Many post-operative complications, including potentially-fatal malignant hyperthermia, can occur in the immediate post-operative period. While other potential complications may present a little later into the follow-up care provided. Plan on attending this seminar and learn the many components needed to adequately evaluate patients following surgery, including: current (sometimes subtle) assessment findings that could flag something more significant, increased patient safety considerations, and strategies to prevent crisis situations from even happening.
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Michael Greco, DNP, CRNA, CPAN, CAPA, is a certified registered nurse anesthetist, a certified post-anesthesia nurse and a certified ambulatory perianestheisa nurse who currently practices at The New York Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City. He has provided anesthesia care for cases ranging from outpatient ambulatory care to complex open-heart cases. He has also covered labor and delivery services as well as serving as a PACU liaison. His extensive experience in the perianesthesia/critical care arena has not just been limited to the hospital setting. As a past critical care staff educator, Michael had the opportunity to take his skills to the sky and educate flight attendants around the continental US and South America through his involvement with the American Airlines AED program. Recently, he received an honorary discharge from the US Army after serving ten years in the reserves as a nurse anesthetist. Michael has had the opportunity to present to and empower nurses and anesthesia providers not only nationally, but internationally as well.
Michael received his Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from The University of Alabama, his Masters in Nurse Anesthesia at SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, and his undergraduate BSN training at Niagara University. He is dedicated to nursing education and has completed a research study on adult learning. He currently holds an academic appointment at Columbia University as a professor in the graduate Nurse Anesthesia program. His current research interests include anesthetic management of cardiac electrophysiology patients as well as computer-mediated distance education. He is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists and American Society of Perianesthesia Nurses. Utilizing his minor in theater arts, Michael has appeared on National TV on the Jerry Lewis Telethon, on TLC’s Trauma Life in the ER, and has done voice over work for local and national television commercials.
Financial: Michael Greco receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Nonfinancial: Michael Greco has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
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Neuropsychiatric Emergent Complications (Real Life Case Studies)
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