Do you want to go from dreading emergencies to feeling confident and ready to jump into action to rescue your patient?
Well, this show will let you see emergencies unfold through the eyes of a Rapid Response Nurse. With real life stories from the frontlines of nursing, host Sarah Lorenzini MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, a Rapid Response Nurse and educator, shares her experiences at rapid response events and breaks down the pathophysiology, pharmacology, and the important role the nurse plays during emergencies.
If you want to sharpen your assessment skills and learn how to think like a Rapid Response Nurse, then Sarah is here to share stories, tips, tricks, and mindsets that will prepare you to approach any emergency.
Every episode is packed full of exactly what you need to know to handle whatever crisis that could arise on your shift. It’s one thing to get the right answer on the test, but knowing how to detect when YOUR patient is declining and what to do when YOUR patient is crashing is what will make or break your day… and might just save your patient’s life.
28: Another Metabolic Acidosis With Christian Guzman APRN
27: Time is Brain: The Why Behind the Hustle With Stroke
26: Q&A How do you achieve work life balance as a nurse?
25: When It's Not Black and White: Discussing Legal and Ethical Challenges in Nursing with Patient Safety and Quality Director Rebecca
BONUS EPISODE: What is Rapid Response Nursing?... Interview with the Cup of Nurses Podcast
I was interviewed on the Cup of Nurses Podcast and wanted to share the episode with my listeners as well. We talk about a ton of topics from what it takes to be a Response Nurse, what do Rapid Response Nurses do all day, some tips and tricks for your next rapid response, and how to mitigate that stress response in yourself when emergencies arise at the bedside.
Here is the link to the youtube video if you prefer to watch the interview:
Check out more content from the Cup of Nurses in the show notes
24: The Surprising Etiology of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy
Ever heard of "broken heart syndrome"?... it's a real thing. It's also called Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy or stress induced cardiomyopathy. In this episode we discuss a case of a patient who developed this unexpectedly, came very close to death, but made a full recovery. We break down the cause, presentation, and pathophysiology of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy as well as treatment and prognosis.
This podcast is great for anyone in the healthcare profession but also, just anyone trying to balance work/life in todays world. Great show, thanks for sharing!
For The Non Nurse
Sarah does a great job explaining everything that someone who isn't in the industry will understand and appreciate.
interesting experience and learning through podcasts!