CCNAPI Training Program: NURSING SIMULATION FAIR 2 “Respiratory Care Nursing Procedures”

With the rapid advancement of nursing practice and massive use of highly technical machines, the nursing profession continues to keep pace with a market of a driven health care system that requires increasingly complex nursing care. These procedures are most common to patients with respiratory problems. More so, nurses must able to be familiar with these procedures to be able to cope up with the diverse needs of its patients with respiratory needs. This 3 day program with lecture and workshop will be done to enhance nurses knowledge and skill as they care for patients with respiratory problems.

1. Discuss respiratory physiology, breathing mechanics and normal and abnormal lung sounds.
2. Identify the principles behind the effective use of airway adjuncts and mechanical ventilation
3. Airway and breathing management
4. Interpret arterial blood gas results.
5. Formulate nursing care plans for patients with respiratory problem and with mechanical ventilation.
6. Demonstrate skills in performing these common respiratory nursing procedures:

  • Open and Closed Suctioning
  • Bagging (BVM, ET and Trache)
  • Oral, Nasal, ET and Trache care
  • Mechanical ventilation (setting up and manipulation)
  • Arterial blood gas (sampling, collection and interpretation)
  • Chest Physiotherapy
  • Aerosol Therapy and Nebulization

Program Accreditation No.: 2009-019-050
Valid From: December 29, 2009 – December 29, 2010
PRC: 22 Credit Units
CCNAPI: 24 Credit Units

SCHEDULE: (Dates are subject to change without prior notice.)
* June 17-19, 2010
* July 19-21, 2010
* August 26-28, 2010
* September 30 – October 2, 2010
* November 11 – 13, 2010



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