All Things Pulmonary An Intensive Online Course Created by Nurses for Nurses from Cyndi Zarbano
Do you recognize the subtle signs of respiratory distress?
When seconds count…will you intervene in time to prevent a crisis?
Respiratory changes are often the first sign of a larger problem, and they are not just confined to critical care — they happen in all settings. Every nurse needs to be able to identify respiratory issues in their early stages and respond effectively to avoid life-threatening complications.
The complexity of the pulmonary system can confuse even seasoned nurses. This comprehensive, self-paced online course makes these difficult concepts easy to remember and understand. Quickly interpret lab findings and enhance your assessment skills — never miss critical breath sounds again!
Join expert Cyndi Zarbano, MSN, BSN, CCRN, CEN, PCCN, CMSRN, CLNC, NLCP, and master specialized pulmonary skills, increase your credibility, and grow your career potential — most importantly, your new skills will improve your patients’ treatment outcomes.
Oxygenation, Ventilation and Perfusion
Blood Gas Interpretation (ABGs)
Oxygen Delivery Devices
Pro’s and Con’s of:
Imagery (X-ray Interpretation)
Airway Pharmacologic Agents
Basic and Advanced Airway Management
Non-Invasive Ventilation (CPAP & BIPAP)
Invasive Mechanical Ventilation (Ventilators)
Modes on Ventilators
Other Ventilator Extremes
Complications of Mechanical Ventilation
Weaning and Extubation
Ventilation and Oxygenation Issues
Perfusion Issues: Putting It All Together
|Get to Know Cyndi Zarbano…Cyndi Zarbano is an intensive care nurse with over 20 years of nursing experience who is currently practicing in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. She is a nationally-recognized seminar speaker who has opened multiple national symposiums and speaks on several topics for PESI, as well as a variety of other companies in the US and Canada. In addition to her speaking engagements, Cyndi is a published author with a variety of books including Clinical Nursing Assessment Skills Pocket Guide and the Med-Surg Pocket Guide. Her products also include textbooks, webcasts and webinars.|
Along with her MS and BSN in nursing, she has 3 other undergraduate degrees and multiple nursing certifications. She served as a US Naval Officer for 10 years, leaving service as an LCDR (Lieutenant Commander) in 2001. Prior to nursing, she worked as a counselor with the mentally ill and dangerous in a facility in southern Minnesota. She returned to that facility as a Lead Psychiatric Nurse for two years after leaving the military. Additionally, Cyndi has a legal nurse consulting business and continues to serve as a testifying expert in medical related cases. Cyndi’s teaching style is dynamic and high energy while informal and easy to understand. You will leave her program with a renewed commitment to achieving nursing excellence in critical care.