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Cardiac Arrest in Dialysis Patients - Webinar

Cardiac Arrest in Dialysis Patients - Webinar

Cardiac Arrest in Dialysis Patients - Webinar

Jo Whibley
Jo Whibley
on behalf of Renal Society of Australasia

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Launch date: 23 Oct 2018
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Last updated: 05 Aug 2019

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(9 Apr 2019)
Very good for most of the talk, however I am glad that there were some questions answered at the end which obviously for those who anticipated in the actual webner felt these areas where not covered.
The answers where very good, but should perhaps be incorporated into to the chain of survival steps as in dialysis there is a machine, wash back, needles etc to also consider, as well as other the other patients watching in the room.
Perhaps use a scenario of at least 2 staff working at the time, emphasing at each point as a reminder though that the chain of survival steps and the DRSABCD, takes priority.
Jane Shrimpton (8 Nov 2018)
Challenges you to think haemodynamic collapse or collapse from cardiac arrest
Mrs Paula Knowles (8 Mar 2019)
Great Presentation, I found it very informative

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Using the Chain of Survival to manage Haemodialysis Patients during Cardiac Arrest

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To identify best practice methods to manage a patient during a cardiac arrest
Using the Chain of Survival to manage HD Patients in Cardiac Arrest
Jo Whibley

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Jo Whibley
on behalf of Renal Society of Australasia

The Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) aims to advance the care of people with kidney disease and to be the peak body for renal nursing and related allied health professionals.

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(9 Apr 2019)
Very good for most of the talk, however I am glad that there were some questions answered at the end which obviously for those who anticipated in the actual webner felt these areas where not covered. The answers where very good, but should perhaps be incorporated into to the chain of survival steps as in dialysis there is a machine, wash back, needles etc to also consider, as well as other the other patients watching in the room. Perhaps use a scenario of at least 2 staff working at the time, emphasing at each point as a reminder though that the chain of survival steps and the DRSABCD, takes priority.
Jane Shrimpton (8 Nov 2018)
Challenges you to think haemodynamic collapse or collapse from cardiac arrest
Mrs Paula Knowles (8 Mar 2019)
Great Presentation, I found it very informative
(5 Feb 2019)
Great questions that can be used when teaching staff about Cardiac arrest.
Janice France (2 Nov 2018)
highly recommended as this event can happen one day in the dialysis unit
Jill Sullivan (2 Dec 2018)
Excellent presentation.
Mr Ka shing Se (16 Feb 2019)
great presentation
MOHAMMED OTEMI BSc (14 May 2019)
very educative session
(13 Jun 2019)
It was useful in that it highlighted the need to always think about DRABC rather than just giving a bolus because you think its a hypotensive episode. Also, the need for regular ECHOs & ECGs.

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