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Course TitleCourse IDContact hoursMedia Type
Obesity Management
A 911 Call to American Healthcare
60187 12.00
Women and Heart Disease
60098 10.50
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
CE228-60 1.00
Administration of Moderate Sedation/Analgesia
CE159-60 1.00
Adverse Drug Events
CE102-60 1.00
Alarm Fatigue Can Endanger Patients
CE704 1.00
Blood Test, Drugs Boost Success in Managing Heart Failure
CE383-60 1.00
Body Fat Shapes Patients’ Health
CE375-60 1.00
Cardiac Invasive Procedures
Pre- and Post-Procedure Care
CE178-60 1.00
Cardiac Resuscitation in the ED
It’s as Easy as “C-A-B”
CE618 1.00
Cardio Tests
Noninvasive Procedures Aid Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease
CE531 1.00
Chagas Disease Can Be the Kiss of Death
CE613 1.00
Cholesterol: The Good‚ the Bad‚ and the Balanced‚ Part 1
CE337-60 1.00
Cholesterol: The Good‚ the Bad‚ and the Balanced‚ Part 2
CE338-60 1.00
Control of Hypertension
Can We Win the War?
CE196-60 1.00
Critical Blood Loss Demands Fluid Resuscitation to Fight Hypovolemic Shock
CE490 1.00
Diet and Prevention of Ischemic Heart Disease in Women
CE708 1.00
Dyspnea Update: Mechanisms and Evidence-based Assessment and Management
CE272-60 1.00
Early Intervention
Automatic External Defibrillators
CE144-60 1.00
EDs Face Influx of Nonurgent Patients
CE427 1.00
Everyday Ethics for Nurses
60097 7.30
Evidence-Based Care for Your Patient With Acute Heart Failure
CE751 1.20
Exercise for Health and Fitness
CE251-60 1.00
From 'Distress' to 'De-stress' With Stress Management
CE424 1.00
Frozen Back to Life
Therapeutic Hypothermia after Cardiac Arrest
CE599 1.00
Getting to the Heart of MI — and STEMI
60167 1.70
Hemodynamics for the Bedside Nurse
CE123-60 1.00
How Can We Reach Teenage Smokers?
CE229-60 1.00
How Do You Mend a Broken Heart?
CE584 1.00
Review of Guidelines and Drug Therapy Management
CE506 1.00
Interprofessional Case: Theo, an Older Adult With Burns and Smoke Inhalation Injuries
60239 1.50
Interprofessional Guide to Pain Management
60227 6.00
Keeping the Beat
Pacemaker Therapy Grows More Important as the Population Ages
CE507 1.00
Knowing Your ABGs
The Blood Gas Report
60201 2.50
Marfan Syndrome
Inherited Disorder has Far-Reaching Effects
CE487 1.00
Nurses, Healthcare Professionals, Women and Heart Disease
Making the Connection
CE143-60 1.00
Nuts, Chocolate and Cardiovascular Health
CE686 1.00
Pace Yourself
Temporary Epicardial Pacing
CE332-60 1.00
Periodontal Disease Is a Systemwide Risk
CE421 1.00
Preventing Medication Errors
60150 2.00
Pulseless Electrical Activity
Where is the Heartbeat?
CE497 1.00
Rapid Response Teams Can Rescue Patients from Inhospital Cardiac Arrest
CE468 1.00
Research Reveals the Benefits of Meditation
CE385-60 1.00
Rhythm Recognition
Getting to the Heart of the Matter
60090 5.80
Right Versus Left Ventricular Infarctions
60173 2.00
Smoking Cessation
Developing a Workable Program
CE207-60 1.00
Systemic Effects of Cocaine
CE737 1.00
The ABCs of Hypertension
The Antihypertensive Agents
60042 2.70
The Piece de Resistance
Insulin-Resistance Syndrome/Metabolic Syndrome
CE288-60 1.00
The Two Sides of Stroke
CE98-60 1.00
Therapies for Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation
Update and Review
CE761 1.00
Transitions of Care
A Path to Quality Outcomes
CE696 1.00
Understanding Stress and Immunity
60089 5.00
Value-Based Purchasing
Excellent Care Boosts the Bottom Line
CE663 1.00
von Willebrand Disease
The Commonly Inherited Bleeding Disorder
CE222-60 1.00
Warfarin Basics
CE206-60 1.00
Weathering the Electrical Storm of AF
CE408-60 1.00
What’s on the Inside: An Overview of Blunt Chest Trauma
CE471 1.00
When Dinner's Done
Postprandial Hypotension in Older Adults
CE324-60 1.00


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