USACS EM & CC Simulation Based Skills Lab - Austin, TX
- Endotracheal intubation with an airway station with manikin intubation using adult and pediatric models, demonstration of airway adjuncts (King Vision, Glideslope, LMA, Combitube I-gel, SALT)
- Surgical airway management
- Needle thoracostomy
- Chest tube thoracostomy
- Central venous access
- Lumbar puncture
- Intra-osseous cannulation
- Wound care: I&D abscesses, suture repair
- Peripheral nerve blocks (facial, wrist, ankle, femoral)
- Ultrasound Techniques, including vascular access, peripheral nerve blocks, and FAST exams.
Each participant will demonstrate proficiency in each of the following high risk clinical scenarios:
- Unexplained tachycardia
- Non-traumatic back pain
- Pediatric bronchiolitis
- Abdominal pain
- Eye pain
- Acute leg pain
- Chest pain
- Acute Headache
- Infected Kidney Stones
Additional Bonus Content included: Documentation pearls with Dr. Casey Collins, Risk and CMT utilization with Dr. John Bedolla, APP Supervision and SOP with Krisi Gindlesperger PA-C, an ACLS Review and EKG interpretation with Tiffany Andrews NP.
USACS APPS (Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care)
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Providers will be able to define the indications and contraindications in all identified skills.
- Providers will be able to demonstrate competency in all identified skills.
- Providers will be able to identify the common complications and management of those complications in all identified skills.
- Providers will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the correct use of the equipment necessary to perform each of these skilled procedures.
- Providers will be able to recognize and initiate appropriate management in high-risk clinical scenarios.
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