Month: March 2015

#17 – EKG Lead Selection for Perioperative Monitoring – Mark Kossick, DNSc, CRNA, APN

Mark A. Kossick, DNSc, CRNA, APN, professor at Western Carolina University, discusses the cardinal elements and evidence based recommendations for EKG lead selection during anesthesia. Dr. Kossick is a tenured professor at Western Carolina University, the author of a textbook

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#16 – Communicating with Preceptors – Jon, Kristin, Brad & Cassidy

Jon, Kristin, Brad & Cass sit down to talk about communicating with preceptors.  This talk will be helpful for SRNAs who are hitting the clinical environment for the first time.  This podcast was recorded during our anesthesia training and hopefully

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#15 – Difficult Airway Case Study – Eric Carlson, MSN, CRNA

Kristin talks with Eric Carlson, MSN, CRNA who shares a gripping personal tale of managing an unexpected difficult airway during an emergency Cesarean section.  Eric found himself in a “cannot intubate/cannot ventilate” situation which evolved into performing a cricothyrotomy followed by

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