Caring for critically-ill patients often requires the use of complex medication orders such as titration orders, but implementing current orders can be confusing. Improve your knowledge with these up-to-date resources on medication drip titration, block charting, The Joint Commission standards and more for your adult and pediatric patients.
Join Robert Campbell PharmD and Jeannell M. Mansur PharmD from The Joint Commission as they identify the top issues related to titration orders and discuss strategies for compliance with Medication Management (MM) Standards related to complex orders.
Explore the most recent medication drip titration resources for treating your adult patients. The following include articles and recorded educational sessions from the annual AACN National Teaching Institute conference.
Review etiologies for abnormal vital signs and learn how to take an algorithmic approach to assessment.
This presentation simplifies drip titration and hemodynamics monitoring with optimization strategies in acute care.
In-depth review of the pharmacology of the most common cardioactive medications and their roles of the patient in shock.
Foundational advanced concepts regarding patient and drug specific features needed for clinical decision making.
This article explains The Joint Commission's standard of the elements of a titration order and the use of block charting.
Improve your practice with vasoactive medication titration resources specific to pediatric patient populations.
With a significant emphasis on vasoactive medications, explore the pharmacological management of a pediatric shock patient.
This session provides an overview of the various IV infusions commonly used to support and enhance perfusion in the pediatric population.
In an online and easy-to-use virtual environment, explore the latest evidence-based education designed by nurses for nurses.
Helpful books, guides and resources related to vasoactive medication drip titration are available for purchase at AACN’s online bookstore.