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ECMO and Nurse-Led Mobilization

Regular Price: $25.00
Online Course & CNE Credit Expiration: 02/01/2027
1.75 Contact Hours
Presented by Ana

Early mobilization for patients receiving ECMO holds a transformative power for positive outcomes. Come delve into the pivotal role that mobilization plays as an intervention in ECMO treatment and the evidence-based guidelines that you can utilize to empower yourself as a nurse to help change the approach to ECMO care!

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ECMO is an intensive and necessary medical intervention for patients with potentially reversible or treatable acute diseases. With many of these patients considered critically ill, there has historically been a culture of immobilization with ECMO patients resulting in various negative outcomes. Through this article, you will learn about the importance of mobilization as a modifiable intervention, the barriers and perceptions about mobilization, and the guidelines for practical and safe clinical practice application with ECMO usage. Armed with this progressive approach to ECMO, you the nurses, can feel empowered to help change your patient’s outcomes in a positive direction and help drive the change!

Key Learning Outcomes

  1. Explain extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) therapy.
  2. Describe immobility relative to ECMO and post-intensive care syndrome.
  3. Identify barriers and enablers of mobilization in patients receiving ECMO therapy

Presented by:

Rachael Alexis Jividen, DNP, APRN-CNS, ACCNS-AG, CCRN-CSC

Rachael Alexis Jividen is the Cleveland Clinic Health System ECMO coordinator and an acute care clinical nurse specialist at the Cleve¬land Clinic Main Campus in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Use of these or any other course(s)/material(s) does not imply eligibility for certification or successful performance on any certification exam, nor is it a requirement to qualify for individual certification.

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


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