Duration: CME/CE Points: Author(s):
CME : 10

Anesthesia for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA's) Course is organized by American Seminar Institute (ASI).

Course(s) are appropriate for: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA's)

Full Course: 10 Class A Credits™
Short Course: 5 Class A Credits™ 

Series 81 (CRNA81) Topics Include: Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility, Adverse Effects of Perioperative Opioids, Postoperative Delirium, Optimize Scheduling and Staffing, Postmastectomy Pain Syndrome, and more.

Course Topics:
Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility/ethical Dilemmas in Anesthesia Care

Summarize the Known Genetic Elements Underlying Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility; Discuss the 4 Ways to Predict the Presence of Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility; Recognize and Respect the Right of Patients to Refuse Treatment That Goes Against Their Religious Beliefs; Consider Patients' Differing Cultural and Religious Attitudes Toward Providers of Health Care; Weigh the Need to Follow Accepted Standards for Monitoring Against the Need to Provide Urgent Patient Care.

Interventional Endoscopy/role of Anesthesiologist as Perioperative Physician
Identify Unique Aspects of Providing Anesthesia in Nonoperating Room Settings; Optimize the Efficiency of Anesthesia Delivery in Locations Outside of the Operating Room; Select Appropriate Candidates for Nonoperating Room Anesthesia; Recognize How the Anesthesia Care Team Can Improve Patients' Outcomes; Implement a Collaborative Decision-making Process for Guiding Perioperative Care.

Opioids /ambulatory Anesthesia
Recognize Potential Adverse Effects of Perioperative Opioids; Use Nonopioid Alternatives to Manage Perioperative Pain; Develop Protocols for Perioperative Multimodal Analgesia; Select Appropriate Candidates for Ambulatory Surgery and Anesthesia; Discuss the Roles of a Patient's American Society of Anesthesiologists Class, Age, and Frailty in Determining Appropriateness for Ambulatory Surgery.

Pediatric Anesthesia Problems
Preoperatively Assess Patients With Tracheoesophageal Fistulae; Distinguish Among the Different Types of Tracheoesophageal Fistulae; Treat Neonates After Primary Repair of Tracheoesophageal Fistulae; Avoid Common Errors in the Use of Monitors; Recognize When and Why Data Provided by Monitors Should Be Disregarded.

Pulmonary Embolism/postoperative Delirium
Classify Different Types of Pe; Recognize the Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Methods for Diagnosing Pe; Apply Evidence-based Algorithms to the Treatment of Pe; Summarize the Pathophysiology of Postoperative Delirium; Predict and Prevent Postoperative Delirium in Surgical Patients.

Hip Fractures /obstetric Anesthesia
Recognize Risk Factors for Morbidity and Death in Patients With Hip Fractures; Optimize the Operative Treatment of Patients With Hip Fractures; Design a Standardized Anesthetic Approach for Use in Patients With Hip Fractures; Reexamine Accepted Dogma Regarding Obstetric Anesthesia; Provide Optimal Peripartum Care for Obstetric Patients.

Anesthesia Incident Reporting System/ Nonoperating Room Anesthesia
Report Adverse Events to the Anesthesia Incident Reporting System; Use Crisis Checklists During Intraoperative Emergencies; Recognize Potential Sources of Intraoperative Adverse Events; Apply Efficiency and Management Metrics to Nonoperating Room Anesthesia; Optimize Scheduling and Staffing for Nonoperating Room Anesthesia Cases.

Targeted Pain History/adverse Outcomes
Take a Targeted Pain History; Accurately Identify the Source of a Patient's Pain; Recognize the High Risk for Maladaptive Behaviors Among Medical Professionals After Adverse Patient Outcomes; Seek Support After Experiencing a Traumatic Adverse Outcome; Identify Cases That Carry the Highest Risk for Producing the "Second Victim" Phenomenon Among Anesthesiologists.

Anesthesia for Breast Surgery/trauma Anesthesia
Recognize Risk Factors for Postmastectomy Pain Syndrome; Delineate the Innervation of the Breast and Underlying Muscles; Select the Most Appropriate Analgesic Block for the Type of Breast Surgery Planned; Minimize Risks for Adverse Events During Induction and Intubation of Trauma Patients; Implement Protocols for Damage-control Resuscitation.

Regional Anesthesia Update
Explain the Mechanism of Action of Lipid Emulsion in the Treatment of Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity; Recognize Clinical Signs of Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity; Provide Appropriate Resuscitation in Patients With Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity; Optimize the Use of Ultrasonography to Identify Landmarks for Erector Spinae Plane Blocks; Cite Findings of Recent Studies on the Effective Use of Erector Spinae Plane Blocks in a Variety of Surgical Procedures.

Full Course Price: $580
Short Course Price: $485

Target Audience

Anesthesiology, Nurse anesthesia


Activity Fee : USD $580.00


Anesthesiology, Nurse anesthesia

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