Critical Care Nursing at 35,000 Feet: How Different Can It Be?
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Crisis Management, 2022
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Military medical teams uniquely need to be able to manage the transport of critically ill patients, regardless of the nature of their illness, over great distances to receive definitive care. These teams must be able to deploy at a moment's notice and care for patients with complex polytrauma, acute respiratory failure, highly infectious diseases, and possibly children as well as adults. This session will review the capabilities and experiences of the U.S. military's critical care air transport (CCAT) teams, as well as lessons from their work that may be broadly applicable to "earthbound" critical care.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Crisis Management
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Nursing
Tag Evacuation
Year 2022
critical care nursing
patient transport
crisis resource management
situational awareness


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