>> Do you feel clueless when it comes to using your hospital's aEEG monitor?

>> Do you feel alone and like you have no support?

>> Do you constantly fear making a mistake?

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Build your clinical competence and confidence surrounding the daily, clinical uses of neonatal aEEG in the NICU!

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3-Minute Preview Class - How does EEG become aEEG?


With this 8-week ONLINE Training Course your team can master bedside brain monitoring effortlessly and affordably, without traveling to conferences or reading a pile of books!

Features included:

>> SIX one hour teaching modules

>> SIX post-tests to validate learning

>> Bonus Sessions

>> ONE year license to watch recordings (available 24 hours a day)

>> Free ON-GOING Support for one year

>> Private Facebook group for extra discussion

>> Nursing CE contact hours are included - Click here for details

Module 1:

aEEG - What is it? When to use it? and on Who?

➤ A review of EEG terminology and aEEG processing.

➤ aEEG - What it is, what it isn't!

➤ Beyond HIE and Cooling - When to go find your aEEG monitor.

➤ Tick-tock, tick-tock - How long should you monitor with aEEG?

➤ Avoid the most common mistakes when writing your clinical protocol.

Module 2:

Dividing Up the Workflow of aEEG - From Application to Documentation 

➤ Discussion of the five roles and responsibilities of aEEG in the NICU.

➤ The five most critical considerations for optimal sensor selection.

➤ aEEG Sensor application tips and tricks.

➤ How to use my quick step approach for complete documentation.

➤ Talking with parents about aEEG.

➤ Billing for aEEG – Myth or Reality?

Module 3:

aEEG Interpretation - Term and Preterm Infant Considerations 

➤ A quick and easy approach to aEEG assessment.

➤ Pattern recognition versus voltage limits – which is best?

➤ Basic features of premature infant aEEG tracings.

➤ Significance of inter-burst intervals.

➤ aEEG assessment scales in the literature.

Module 4:

The Significance of Sleep, Symmetry, and Stability 

➤ The significant and identification of Sleep-Wake Cycling.

➤ Common Causes of aEEG Background Asymmetry.

➤ Implication of Short and Long-Term Stability of aEEG patterns.

Module 5:

Pitfalls of Seizure Detection and Common Artifacts 

➤ The basic features of seizure recognition on EEG and aEEG.

➤ Limitation to using aEEG for seizure detection.

➤ Don't be fooled - Common artifacts and interference revealed.

➤ Seizure detection algorithms – current and future option.

➤ Subclinical seizures: “To treat or not to treat?” That is the question.

Module 6:

Cooling, Surgery, and Other Special Circumstances 

➤ The importance of EEG/aEEG during therapeutic hypothermia.

➤ Considerations for the peri-operative neonate.

➤ Pre-Op baseline monitoring with aEEG.

➤ Correlation to MRI findings and long-term prognosis.

➤ Using aEEG for rare neonatal conditions.

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Continuing Education Information:

This course has been approved for 8 contact hours of continuing nursing education by CA BRN CEP #15417 (gRN NICU Consulting, Inc).

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