ASC Postoperative Patient Care
Ambulatory Postoperative Care
Postoperative care in the ambulatory setting involves different levels of patient care. This module introduces the perioperative registered nurse (RN) to the different phases of postoperative patient care and the need for thorough communication hand overs between caregivers.
- Identify the differences between the phases of postoperative patient care.
- Describe the importance of the patient discharge and the need for patient and family education.
The learner will have increased knowledge of the different postoperative phases and levels of patient care and incorporate that knowledge into practice. The learner will be able to integrate knowledge about discharge teaching and the teach-back method for essential patient and family understanding.
Participants receive 1.0 contact hour after completion of the course and evaluation. Examination and evaluation must be completed by 6/30/2023 to receive contact hours.
Preoperative nursing care in the ambulatory center (ASC) is an important aspect of the patient’s ambulatory care experience.
This course meets the CMS requirements for infection control training in an ASC and follows the CMS Ambulatory Surgical Center Infection Control Surveyor Worksheet.
The premier review course for the ambulatory infection preventionist certification exam. Study for the CAIP exam and learn infection prevention best practices.