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Even though nurses may have the skills to work with patients receiving procedural sedation, they need to anticipate complications that may arise with the administration of the medications used, as well as manage any symptoms the patient may develop. This program describes the potential sequelae and actions to be taken to avoid poor patient outcome, including the use of oxygen, fluid boluses, and reversal agents.
Length: 17 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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