Evidence-based Use of Sugammadex in Children

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Class A Credits: 1

Pharmacology Credits: 0.5

Format: Video

Run time: 47 mins

Course Launch Date: 11/1/19

Course Expires: 2/25/22

Increase your knowledge and confidence related to the use of sugammadex in children.

The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

AANA is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP #10862.

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  • Recall the pharmacokinetics of steroidal neuromuscular blocking (NMB) agents and NMB antagonists in children.
  • Describe the risks benefits and contraindications of sugammadex specifically related to children and special pediatric population groups.
  • The CRNA will identify two regulatory requirements necessary for medical devices.

Lisa Herbinger, DNP, CRNA

Associate Chair, Samford Nurse Anesthesia Samford University, Children’s of Alabama

Dr. Herbinger has 40 years of pediatric critical care experience with 25 of those as a CRNA. She completed MSN at Samuel Merritt and a DNP at UAB with a focus on pediatric airway management. In 2017, Dr. Herbinger’s manuscript entitled, Evidence Based Use of Cuffed Endotracheal Tubes in Children, was published in the Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing. I have taught full-time at Samford University for six years but continue to practice one day a week at Children’s of Alabama.