Medtronic - An AMSN Premier Partner

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A proud supporter of the med-surg nursing community

As a proud Premier Partner of AMSN, we are excited to provide med-surg nurses with solutions, innovation, and practical alternatives, with a focus on time-saving products that give time BACK to the nurse.  On this page you'll find just some of the webinars, we are happy to bring to med-surg nurses to help enhance your practice environment experience.  Read the blog highlighting the AMSN and Medtronic partnership.

Medtronic Patient Safety Week Webinar Series

In honor of Patient Safety Week, Medtronic is offering a Patient Safety Week Webinar Series with  8 accredited webinars, from March 15 – 19. The series includes:

MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2021 12:00 PM EST

The Pursuit of Safety Requires Intentionally Designed Systems AND Accountable Professionals with Gerald B. Hickson, MD Patricia McGaffigan RN, MS, CPPS

MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2021 2:00 PM EST

Current Laryngoscopy Practices: In Search of a Safer Method with Felipe Urdaneta, MD

TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2021 12:00 PM EST

Processed-EEG Monitoring – Use of TIVA in Enhanced Recovery with Joe Chapman, BSN, MSN 

TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2021 2:00 PM EST

The Safety Proposition of NIRS with Desiree Chappell, CRNA

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021 12:00 PM EST

Thinking About Patient Safety: Respiratory Compromise with Jennifer Surprise MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC, PMGT-BC, AP-PMN

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021 2:00 PM EST

The Effective Usage of Patient Monitoring to Ensure Optimal Patient Safety with Harold Julius A. Oglesby, MBA, BSPS, RRT

THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2021 12:00 PM EST

The Basic Tracheostomy Care with Katie Bull, MSN, Ed.D

FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2021 12:00 PM EST

Patient Safety Roundtable with Patricia McGaffigan RN, MS, CPPS, Denise Shope,  Desiree Chappell, CRNA , and Harold Julius A. Oglesby, MBA, BSPS, RRT

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Medtronic Webinar Wednesdays

Medtronic banner that says Webinar WednesdaysExperience a robust curriculum to expand your knowledge of a series of clinical technologies including capnography, brain monitoring, ventilation, remote patient monitoring; esophageal and gastric diseases, chronic and colorectal diseases, hepatopancreatic biliary diseases, and lung health.

Several times per month we welcome guest speakers and subject matter experts who share insights and best practices across a variety of respiratory and gastroenterology-hepatology topics, including capnography, brain monitoring, ventilation, remote patient monitoring; esophageal and gastric diseases, chronic and colorectal diseases, hepatopancreatic biliary diseases, and lung health.

View the full menu of categories and offerings here.

 

PRediction of Opioid-induced respiratory Depression In patients monitored by capnoGraphY)

PRODIGY is a Medtronic-sponsored, prospective, multi-center, international cohort study to identify patients at risk of opioid-induced respiratory depression (OIRD), a potentially life-threatening form of respiratory compromise. The PRODIGY study found a 46 percent incidence of respiratory depression in patients on the GCF receiving parenteral opioids.

Reclaim Your Time Where You Practice 

Focusing on your patients is what you do best. But mounting demands on your time can heighten stress and put patient safety at risk. It’s time you got your time back. 

FROM MINUTES WASTED TO MINUTES SAVED

Patients call from opposite ends of the floor. Alarms ring constantly. Computer delays interrupt workflows.

These daily realities can result in frequent interruptions — an average of 46.3 interruptions per shift — and waste up to 10 percent of a clinician's time.   See how clinicians are managing their growing challenges.

FEWER INTERRUPTIONS, BETTER INTERVENTIONS

Making alarms smarter is not just about reducing false alerts, but also about improving patient outcomes. That’s why clinicians are seeking new ways to optimize alarms — including customizing parameters and using data algorithms.

Here’s why: After implementing automated vital signs monitors at 12 general wards, one study found a 13 percent increase in survival rate.

 

 

     

     

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