Treating the Cardiac Patient: Decrease Re-Admissions Promote Optimal Outcomes
Preventing hospital re-admissions is a priority whether you work in acute care, home care, or skilled/transitional care units. The top four reasons for re-admission are MI, CHF, Pneumonia and COPD with Central Venous Pressure issues. Through complex case analysis of these conditions you will be armed with the skills needed to make decisions quickly and independently to preserve a patient's safety and enable them to reach their full potential to help prevent hospital re-admissions. You will learn strategies to educate treat and motivate patients to achieve optimal health and outcomes.
Participants will be able to apply course learning immediately to:
• Differentiate normal vs. abnormal cardio - vascular function and response to exercise.
What others are saying:
This seminar was awesome! My expectations of this seminar met and went beyond what I expected. Donna is a great speaker, she presented in a way that was veryeasy to understand. She has so much passion andenthusiasm. - Karen French
"Donna is a very enthusiastic, passionate speaker and she truly loves what she does."
"Donna is an excellent presenter-very clear and concise with great support materials. Small group labs reinforced a lot of the information as well." Betsy Curtis, OTR/L
"Donna Frownfelter was an excellent presenter; enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and fun. She tailored her presentation to our caseload and gave very practical tips for treatment strategies. I learned so much...and had fun!" Jeanette Starnes, PT
"This is one of the most relevant courses on the market for practitioners of adult clients. Donna gave practical treatment tips as well as detailed disease process education expected of a top university professor. I would highly recommend this course to any therapist."-Michelle McKamy, OTA