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The Center for Acute Care Nephrology offers many different dialysis modalities, with one being Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT). CRRT has become the standard of care for many patients who are critically ill and whose kidneys are not working properly.
Our simulation course is a means of replicating the CRRT procedure in a realistic ICU environment to offer nurses and physicians a means of learning more about how to care for a patient on CRRT through real life simulation scenarios. The Advanced CRRT Simulation Education (ACUTE) Course is designed for health care providers caring for infants, children and/or adults receiving CRRT. This one and a half day, hands-on course provides an opportunity for experienced CRRT care professionals (RN and MD) a platform to acquire new skills and abilities.
The objectives of the course are to assist experienced CRRT care professionals in:
For additional information on the ACUTE course, please contact:
Theresa Mottes, RN, CDNCincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC 7022Cincinnati, OH 45202 Thersa.email@example.comPhone: 513-803-3296
At the Center for Acute Care Nephrology, we provide care to critically ill patients using many different forms of dialysis for their acute care needs. In order to provide the best care, guidelines, policies and procedures have been created to ensure that we are providing a standardized method.
For those health care professionals that are interested in any of our dialysis modality guidelines, policies or procedures, please contact the following:
Liz Rompies, MSN, RN, CPNPNurse PractitionerNurse EducatorLiz.firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 513-803-4408
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