Commitment to Education
At 410 Medical part of our mission is to help educate emergency and critical care providers about fluid resuscitation for critically ill patients. Not every patient needs rapid fluid resuscitation, but when they do, the guidelines can be confusing and the messages and publications conflicting. The CE courses, training modules, and publications below are designed to provide you with information and training to help you better understand when rapid fluid resuscitation is critical, how best to deliver rapid fluids, and what to watch for. Our ultimate goal is to help you improve care and save lives.
CE Modules for Nurses: take a free course and earn CE credit
410 Medical offers two continuing education (CE) courses for Registered Nurses. The courses are accredited by the CA Board of Registered Nursing through our partners at AKH, Inc. Our goal is to empower all nurses with the latest research and best practices about fluid resuscitation for pediatric or adult patients. If you’d like to take a course or learn more, click the image below:
If you’d like to learn more about offering this continuing education program for your staff, group, or at an upcoming event, email us at email@example.com.
Case Studies: Fluid Resuscitation in Hypotensive & Shock Patients
Other Education Modules
Fluid Resuscitation and Sepsis: Dr. Mark Piehl, MD, MPH, and Dr. Heath Latham, MD, FCCP, present evidence-based fluid management strategies for adult and pediatric patients with sepsis and septic shock, including recommendations for fluid resuscitation, stabilization and maintenance. The latest Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines for fluid resuscitation are reviewed. Webinar sponsored by Sepsis Alliance. Click here to view the webinar.
Evidence & Controversies in Prehospital Fluid Resuscitation: Mark Piehl, MD explores the debate and evidence around prehospital fluid resuscitation and best practices for achieving the current guidelines and recommendations.
LifeFlow Training Video: LifeFlow is a simple tool for rapid and controlled administration of a fluid bolus in critically ill patients.
Fluid Resuscitation Publications
Lane DJ, Wunsch H, Saskin R, et al. Association Between Early Intravenous Fluids Provided by Paramedics and Subsequent In-Hospital Mortality Among Patients With Sepsis. JAMA Netw Open. 2018;1(8):e185845. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2018.5845