This online course covers common cardiovascular, sedation drugs, and glycosides seen in the acute care setting. You will learn the dose response relationship and the definition of the therapeutic index of a drug, and be able to discuss the symptoms and side effects of various kinds of diuretics, anticoagulants and BP medications as they relate to early mobilization and intervention. We will discuss the decision tree for treatment during anticoagulation and several early mobilization protocols.
Acute Care and ICU Pharmacology: Implications for Early Mobilization-ARCHIVEDSteven Sadowsky
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This course is part of the Acute and Critical Care Therapy Online Series
Patients in the acute care setting and ICU are commonly on a multitude of drugs, which can impact their ability to be mobilized safely. This course covers common cardiovascular, sedation drugs, and glycosides seen in this setting. You will learn the dose response relationship and the definition of the therapeutic index of a drug, and be able to discuss the symptoms and side effects of various kinds of diuretics, anticoagulants and BP medications as they relate to early mobilization and intervention. We will discuss the decision tree for treatment during anticoagulation and several early mobilization protocols.
Steve Sadowsky, an ABPTS Certified Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Clinical Specialist (emeritus), is also an internationally recognized author, consultant, practitioner and teacher.Mr. Sadowsky is a passionate advocate for best clinical practices, and brings a wealth of experience to his course instruction. He has practiced in adult and neonatal cardiopulmonary transplantation and critical care units at large major medical centers, as well as in long-term outpatient skilled and home care settings. As an associate professor at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Steve taught in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum in Chicago, and was director of their Cardiovascular and Pulmonary ExerciseTesting Laboratory. Steve was a member of Item Bank Review Committee with the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy and served the APTAs American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties with distinction.
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