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Procedural sedation not only decreases a patient's anxiety and fear, diminishes any discomfort, and provides perioperative amnesia; but also enables the patient to respond to the nurse's verbal commands, either alone or with gentle tactile stimulation, helping in the maintenance of the airway, respiratory status, and cardiac function. This program teaches how to monitor patients through procedure sedation, following the guidelines for the use of moderate sedation established by The Joint Commission and the American Nurses' Association.
Length: 16 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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