Class A Credits: 0.5
Run time: 24 mins
Course Launch Date: 8/17/20
Course Expires: 8/16/23
There is currently a lack of knowledge and therefore the implementation of the sphenopalatine ganglion block (SPGB). Recent research has shown the SPGB provides quick, reliable, and safe relief to patients suffering from PDPH. By educating anesthesia providers across the country, the SPGB can be offered to more patients as a treatment for PDPH and can provide relief of PDPH as well as the avoidance of the EBP and its side effects.
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Danielle Zamarelli is a Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse Anesthesia Candidate in the Class of 2020 at the University of Pennsylvania. Danielle received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Emory University. She worked for several years at Emory University Hospital in the Surgical/Transplant ICU and became a Certified Critical Care Nurse (CCRN). She plans to use her DNP to serve as a leader within nurse anesthesia as well as the larger nursing community.
Helen received her BSN from Drexel University’s 11-month Accelerated Career Entry program in 2013; her first degree is in Journalism from Rutgers University. Currently she is enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Nurse Anesthesia DNP program and will graduate in 2020. In her free time Helen enjoys cooking, playing video games, and looks forward to get back into the exciting sport of roller derby after graduation.