Snake envenomation is associated with significant morbidity and even mortality and at least 5,000 venomous snakebites are reported in the United States each year. There has been a rise in significant gaps in knowledge, competence, and performance clinicians when it comes to patient assessment and treatment of venomous snakebites. Made possible by a grant from BTG International, the webinar focuses on the epidemiology and clinical course of snake envenomation; elements of clinical and laboratory assessment of patients with snake envenomation; and the efficacy and recommended treatment regimen available for snakebite antivenin therapies.
Charles J. Gerardo, MD, MHS
Andrea C. Perry, MSN, RN, CNL, CEN, CPEN
Learner Outcome(s): Nurses who complete the course will be able to identify appropriate nursing intervention for the patient with snake envenomation and decrease patient complications.
Disclosure: Planners and faculty in control of content have disclosed no conflicts of interest related to this educational activity.
Charles J. Gerardo, MD, MHS has received grant support from BTG International. Learners will be awarded 1.0 CNE contact hour upon complete review of the course webinar and submitting an evaluation. Course expires 6/30/2021.
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