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Spacelabs ExpoEd Sessions Highlight New Healthcare Technology and Emerging Trends
Spacelabs ExpoEd Sessions Highlight New Healthcare Technology and Emerging Trends
 

Events

Spacelabs ExpoEd Sessions Highlight New Healthcare Technology and Emerging Trends

April 13, 2017

At this year’s National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition in Houston, we are offering three great ExpoEd sessions at Booth #3341. This is your opportunity to explore the latest healthcare information technologies and trends, including new solutions for data transfer, the benefits of early ambulation in the ICU, and new clinical applications for capnography monitoring.

ExpoEd Sessions

NTI 2017 Forum in the Spacelabs booth #3341

Tuesday, May 23

10:45–11:15 AM

Getting Data from Here to There: Bits, Bytes and What’s in the Closet
Bedside nursing has changed drastically over the last few years and accurately documenting information including automated vital signs for the right patient is not always straightforward. Wasn’t automation and technology supposed to make my life easier? This session focuses on how to use automation to your advantage to ensure that the right information gets into the right patient chart by providing a better understanding of how that magic happens in the IT closet.

Ladonna Jones, BSN, Spacelabs Clinical Education Consultant

11:30 AM–12:00 PM

One Small Step for Man: Early Ambulation of the ICU
Early ambulation of the ICU patient is essential to a quicker recovery and ultimately, a decreased length of stay. Learn what it takes to develop, implement and promote an early mobility protocol in an effort to improve outcomes and care within your critical care environment.

Cheryl Austin, RN CN III, ICU Clinical Team Lead, Duke University

12:15–12:45 PM

Capnography: A Better Way to Measure Ventilation Status and Prevent Opioid-related Respiratory Depression
Opioid induced respiratory depression in the postoperative patient is considered a top health hazard and can be addressed with the effective usage of Capnography monitoring. Quickly becoming a new standard monitoring parameter with application throughout the entire facility, capnography provides a better indicator of ventilation status which can assist with decreasing adverse events in the postoperative patient and others.

Juliet Brandau, MSN, RN, Spacelabs Clinical Education Consultant

Wednesday, May 24

10:45–11:15 AM

One Small Step for Man: Early Ambulation of the ICU
Early ambulation of the ICU patient is essential to a quicker recovery and ultimately, a decreased length of stay. Learn what it takes to develop, implement and promote an early mobility protocol in an effort to improve outcomes and care within your critical care environment.

Cheryl Austin, RN CN III, ICU Clinical Team Lead, Duke University

11:30 AM–12:00 PM

Getting Data from Here to There: Bits, Bytes and What’s in the Closet
Bedside nursing has changed drastically over the last few years and accurately documenting information including automated vital signs for the right patient is not always straightforward. Wasn’t automation and technology supposed to make my life easier? This session focuses on how to use automation to your advantage to ensure that the right information gets into the right patient chart by providing a better understanding of how that magic happens in the IT closet.

Ladonna Jones, BSN, Spacelabs Clinical Education Consultant

12:15–12:45 PM

Capnography: A Better Way to Measure Ventilation Status and Prevent Opioid-related Respiratory Depression
Opioid induced respiratory depression in the postoperative patient is considered a top health hazard and can be addressed with the effective usage of Capnography monitoring. Quickly becoming a new standard monitoring parameter with application throughout the entire facility, capnography provides a better indicator of ventilation status which can assist with decreasing adverse events in the postoperative patient and others.

Juliet Brandau, MSN, RN, Spacelabs Clinical Education Consultant

Thursday, May 25

9:30–10:00 AM

One Small Step for Man: Early Ambulation of the ICU
Early ambulation of the ICU patient is essential to a quicker recovery and ultimately, a decreased length of stay. Learn what it takes to develop, implement and promote an early mobility protocol in an effort to improve outcomes and care within your critical care environment.

Cheryl Austin, RN CN III, ICU Clinical Team Lead, Duke University

10:15–10:45 AM

Getting Data from Here to There: Bits, Bytes and What’s in the Closet
Bedside nursing has changed drastically over the last few years and accurately documenting information including automated vital signs for the right patient is not always straightforward. Wasn’t automation and technology supposed to make my life easier? This session focuses on how to use automation to your advantage to ensure that the right information gets into the right patient chart by providing a better understanding of how that magic happens in the IT closet.

Ladonna Jones, BSN, Spacelabs Clinical Education Consultant

11:00–11:30 AM

Capnography: A Better Way to Measure Ventilation Status and Prevent Opioid-related Respiratory Depression
Opioid induced respiratory depression in the postoperative patient is considered a top health hazard and can be addressed with the effective usage of Capnography monitoring. Quickly becoming a new standard monitoring parameter with application throughout the entire facility, capnography provides a better indicator of ventilation status which can assist with decreasing adverse events in the postoperative patient and others.

Juliet Brandau, MSN, RN, Spacelabs Clinical Education Consultant

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