Presented By: Jeff Solheim, MSN, RN-BC CEN, CFRN, FAEN, Solheim Enterprises March 2015
Not only is otorhinolaryngology a difficult word to say, but it describes an area of emergency nursing that is often very unfamiliar. This session covers assessment, intervention and evaluation of care for disorders of the ears, nose and throat (also known as otorhinolaryngology) as well as disorders of the eyes. The session helps prepare the participant for questions on the CEN exam related to these disorders as well as triage prioritization for individuals with otorhinolaryngology and ophthalmology disorders.
- Recognize common disorders of the ears, nose and throat based on a patient’s presenting symptoms
- Develop a plan of care for patients with maxillofacial trauma
- Assign an appropriate triage priority to patients with otorhinolaryngology and ophthalmological complaints
WHO SHOULD WATCH
Your entire healthcare team will benefit from this session so please be sure to tune in.
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