Spinal Epidural Hematoma Program Description
An undiagnosed spinal epidural hematoma may result in devastating permanent injuries – paralysis and incontinence. The risks are increasing as more surgeries and procedures, including pain management with epidural catheters, are being performed and have the potential for the development of spinal epidural hematomas.
Liability for spinal epidural hematoma may fall on the shoulders of the nurses and physicians associated with a failure to diagnose or a delay in diagnosis of the hematoma. How does this dreaded complication happen? Two experienced legal nurse consultants explain the anatomy, risk factors, and the standards of medical and nursing care related to spinal procedures and epidural catheters.
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This webinar is narrated by Cheryl Gatti and Jude Lark, and presented with Powerpoint slides. Viewers will have an opportunity to download the slides in advance of the program.
Cheryl and Jude founded Lark & Gatti Medical Legal Consultants in 1993. Cheryl’s clinical background is in critical nursing, as a staff nurse, preceptor and manager. She was past president and one of the founding members of the Morristown New Jersey Chapter of AALNC. In addition to lecturing on various clinical and professional topics, Cheryl is a current reviewer for The Journal of Critical Care.
Jude’s extensive clinical practice includes medical surgical, critical care, emergency room, and burn nursing. Jude is currently the nurse educator in the emergency department of a major New Jersey medical center. She was also past president and one of the founding members of the Morristown New Jersey Chapter of AALNC. Cheryl and Jude co-authored the chapter on personal injury in the third edition of AALNC’s Legal Nurse Consulting: Principles and Practices.
Cheryl and Jude received rave reviews when they presented this program at the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants annual conference in March 2010.
Moderator: Pat Iyer
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