The focus of this module Vital Endangered Patient is applying the ABCDE-method, clinical reasoning and the vital signs; respiration, circulation and central nervous system. You communicate using the SBAR to ask for help and/or to transfer.
You work as a nurse in the department together with different disciplines in the (chain) care for the patient. You recognize the vital endangered patient and interpret the data obtained, you are responsible for the timely organization of the correct help. In this basic training you learn through methods (steps in clinical reasoning and ABCDE) to link theory to practice, you learn to substantiate your act with arguments.
This arrangement includes the following:
- Introduction (preparation 10 study hours)
- Respiration (preparation 7 study hours)
- Circulation (preparation 7 study hours)
- Central nervous system (preparation 5 study hours)
- Capita selecta (preparation 12 study hours)
- Digital test of Respiration, Circulation and the Central nervous system (3×2 study hours)
- Case analysis (8 study hours)
When sufficient finishing the theoretical test, the case analysis and scenario assessment, you will get a certificate of the basic program vital endangered patient.