- October 15, 2019
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
This offering is an extension of FM 1 and includes NICHD language review as well as FHR genesis and pathophysiology. Instructors use actual fetal monitor strips and case studies to discuss acid/base balance and its effects on the FHR, with an emphasis on abnormal FHR rhythms and arrhythmias. Legal issues surrounding nursing care in the perinatal setting is included, as well as standards of care and documentation. It is a natural progression from FM 1 and is best suited to audiences whose clinical nursing experience exceeds 6 months with more than 6 months experience using the electronic fetal monitor.
Location: Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital, Conference Room 2
This course offers 7.8 CEUs