A Primer on Managing Critically ill COVID-19 Patients - Shared screen with speaker view
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Lynn Van Vactor
Lynn Van Vactor, Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Assn.
Amanda Behar, PA-C; Beaver OK BCMH
Brittany Rodriguez, RN with Oklahoma Health Management Program.
Patrice Greenawalt, Oklahoma Hospital Association
Debra Nett, RN Health Coach---Telligen
Amber Rider, Quality Project Manager, Prowers Medical Center
Angie Barrett - Telligen
Joyce Hospodar , Az Center for Rural Health (work w/AzCAHs)
Jessica Bell, Holy Cross Hospital, Nogales, AZ
Erik Lambert, NRCMAQuality Management Navigator Cortez CO
Ellie Richter - Foundation Health Partners, Fairbanks, Alaska
Shannon Peterson - ARNP, hosp med Cass Health, Atlantic Iowa.
Leanna Krneta, Vail Health Hospital
Deb Woltemath - Sedgwick County Hospital, Julesburg, Colorado
Amanda Kassan, Nurse Manager UC Health Memorial Hospital Central - Colorado
Jianwei chang dillon
Vivian Dillon, FNP, Rangely District Hospital, Colorado
Cassie Chappell, RN MMH Hospital HOlyoke CO
Velvet Bullard RN, ER Director, Choctaw Memorial Hospital in Hugo, OK
Kris Templin Thomas H. Boyd Memorial Hospital Carrollton Illinois
Joan Lang MercyOne Northeast Iowa
Shelby Lindsay - Sedgwick County Health Center, Julesburg, CO
Fillmore County Hospital, Rural Nebraska
McKenzie Meyer, RRT - Community Memorial Hospital Sumner, IA
Joni Poppe, Waverly Health Center, Waverly, Iowa
Deanna Howington King's Daughters Medical Center Mississippi
Heather Donley, AllianceHealth Woodward, Woodward, Oklahoma
Kathy Kerfoot, St. Mary's Regional Medical Center Enid, OK
Maggie Okey, Mountain-Pacific Quality Health
Sarah Cabou, Arizona Hospital & Healthcare Association
Kristy Herriman - Saint Francis Hospital Muskogee - Oklahoma
Scott Pline, Resp Therapy, MercyOne Newton
Kristy Pena, Data Abstractor, Quality Management- Greenwood Leflore Hospital Greenwood, MS
Nancy Huls Memorial Hospital Carthage IL
Markie Scruggs, RN Telligen
Sandy Atkinson, Guthrie County Hospital
Amir Salek MD attending from Rangely District Hospital, Colorado.
Gritman Medical Center, Moscow, Idaho.
Kathryn Decker Melham Medical Center
Heather Callahan, RN, Lincoln Memorial Hospital
Jackie Marchbanks, RN Practice Facilitator-Telligen
Kenda Pritchard, RN, Q/RM at Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center in Walsenburg, CO
Andrea Davis, RN, Quality Nurse with Crawford Memorial Hospital in Robinson IL
Karen Leach, RN/Quality Consultant/Idaho Hospital Association
Allan Reishus MD
Allie Wesselmann- Infection PreventionistCAH hospital-Charles City Iowawill these slides be available after?
Hi Allie - yes, along with the recording
Please feel free to enter questions for Dr. Mehta into the chat box.
do a lot of CAH utilize the heated high flow o2 on their medical floor?
We use HFNC. -Western Wisconsin Health, Baldwin, WI (CAH)
We use High Flow on MedSurg - Guthrie County Hospital, Guthrie Center, IA (CAH)
We use it at Northern Cochise Community Hospital, CAH in Willcox, AZ
This CAH hospital did a few times, but we had only rented the equipment and it got sent back 6 months ago. My admin is trying to get us another
The whole picture has not been shared with me. 2 weeks ago I was told it was being "prioritized". We have been blessed thus far with being able to transfer people who may have needed it. I personally would really like to have the option.
Hi Kelly - yes
You are lucky in the aspect that you can transfer, our last few patients that we have had we have not been able to transfer out anywhere....
which is why have requested the equipment, transfers have happened, but not easy. My system could easily be in the unable to transfer situation and want to be prepared.
Hi Tera - yes, along with the slides
Is this lecture slides available to review with others
Hi Hina - yes, slides and recording will be available
Do you recommend increasing the dosing of dexamethasone for any reasons?
Have you seen any trends in readmissions of people who were recently discharged with Covid that come back critically ill? (Trend of lessons learned about when to potentially not discharge in order to avoid this critical status)
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What are your recommendations for the best interventions for someone who is COVID positive and pneumonia and trying to stay away from being admitted to the hospital?
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thank you - great session
thank you very much! great information
Very Informative - thank you.
This was great...thank you!
Lynn Van Vactor