- Dr. Paul Langlois
- 1 Hour 29 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Apr 14, 2016
The complexity of the critically ill patient creates many challenges to providing effective pain relief. These medications have the potential of leading to adverse patient outcomes if not prescribed and administered appropriately. In this session, we will cover Pharmacologic Interventions for:
- Thromboembolism Prophylaxis
- Gastro-intestinal Bleeding Prophylaxis
- Apply prophylactic pharmacologic strategies to promote patient safety and comfort.
- Assess the most prevalent medications that are prescribed for patients for effective pain relief.
- Pain, agitation and delirium
- Clinical Practice Guideline
- Pain Assessment
- Pain Management
- Opioid Medication
- Non-opiate Analgesics
- Sedating Medication
- Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Prophylaxis
- Critically Ill Patients
- Patients with Cancer
- Testing for VTE
- Gastro-Intestinal Bleeding Prophylaxis
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Dr. Paul Langlois, APN, Ph.D., CCRN, CCNS, CNRN, is a critical care clinical specialist in the Surgical, Medical, Neurologic, Burn, CCU and Trauma ICUs of Cook County Hospital, Chicago. Drawing on over 30 years of experience assessing and managing patients with life-threatening diseases, Dr. Langlois provides advanced-level training to nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and physicians. Dr. Langlois received his Doctor of Nursing degree from Rush University in Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Langlois is committed to providing the highest quality of care to patients through advanced education. His presentations are evidence-based, timely and provide participants with case studies to facilitate critical thinking. As a bedside clinical nurse specialist, he has developed several institution-wide protocols for the multidisciplinary assessment and management of the cardiac, neurologic, septic, and multi-system organ failure patient.
His presentations are enthusiastically delivered and offer practical tips that help make the most challenging concepts easy to understand. Linking knowledge to clinical practice is the goal of every educational program.
Financial: Paul Langlois has an employment relationship with Cook County Hospital. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Paul Langlois has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.