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Blood Gases and Transcutaneous Monitoring in the NICU and PICU

Blood Gases and Transcutaneous Monitoring in the NICU and PICU

Prof. Olivier Danhaive, Prof. Daniele de Luca, Prof. Anton van Kaam, Dr Kaare E. Lundstrøm

Preterm neonates are vulnerable to changes in blood gases. This e learning focuses on transcutaneous monitoring (TCM) and blood gases in the NICU and PICU and demonstrates how TCM is is a valuable part of a personalised patient monitoring approach.
Olivier Danhaive
Prof. Olivier Danhaive



Daniele de Luca
Prof. Daniele de Luca



Anton van Kaam
Prof. Anton van Kaam



Kaare E. Lundstrom
Dr Kaare E. Lundstrøm



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time E-learning | open 60 min |accreditation: EACCME | 2018

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Free to access and endorsed by the European Society of Paediatric Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC) and the European Society for Paediatric Research(ESPR). Available in 6 languages – English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese.

This multi-media and interactive medical education online e learning will take neonatal and pediatric specialists, nurses and respiratory therapists on a journey within the intensive care setting, demonstrating:

  • How TCM fits in the wider picture of blood gas monitoring
  • The added value of TCM parameters
  • Indications for TCM as well as its practical application
  • How to interpret TCM results and act upon them

Developed by a group of international neonatologists and pediatricians, based upon their own vast experience of neonatal and pediatric care:

  • Prof. Daniele de Luca, Associate Professor of Neonatology, France
  • Prof. Olivier Danhaive, Professor of Pediatrics, USA
  • Dr. Kaare E. Lundstrøm, Senior Consultant in Pediatrics, Denmark
  • Prof. Anton van Kaam, Professor of Neonatology, The Netherlands.

Downloadable slides available for your own purposes here or on Checkpoint, the COR2ED e-learning platform. Follow the link above to access this accredited e-learning on Blood Gases and Transcutaneous Monitoring in the NICU and PICU.

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This course has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) and ECMEC® is available. Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

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