Critical Care Nurse Certification – CCRN Exam Prep Package with Practice Test & NSN Access by Cyndi Zarbano
|Pass the CCRN Certification Exam…The First TimeWhether you’re preparing for the CCRN certification exam or simply want to refresh your Critical Care knowledge, this is the course for you!|
| The CCRN certification exam is tough. I’m not going to lie to you, this is a hard exam. Even nurses who have been doing critical care for 30 years will find it challenging.But with the right prep course, you will pass the first time. I’ll help you do it.|
My name is Cyndi Zarbano. I’ve been a nurse for 25 years, and have been teaching certification prep courses for nearly 10 years. I know what you need to know to pass the exam. And even more importantly, I’m passionate about helping you to be better at what you do. So not only will you pass the CCRN, but you’ll walk away from my course ready to provide higher quality care to your patients.
This is the only cert prep course you’ll need. I’ll focus your study and provide you with all the tools you need to pass the exam.
Get started today. When you finish this training, you’ll be fully prepared and confident.
— Cyndi Zarbano, MSN, BSN, CCRN, CEN, PCCN, CMSRN, CLNC, NLCP
|This cutting-edge online video course will provide you with everything you need|
to pass this challenging exam — the very first time!
|13 Hours of|
|Online Practice Test|
& Online CE Test
in the Course
|Every time there’s an exam update, Cyndi takes the certification exam again — three times!Her familiarity with the exam enables you to focus your study on the most relevant material, and her test-taking tips are invaluable. Plus, her teaching style is second-to-none: dynamic, high-energy, engaging, and easy to follow.|
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|Here’s Everything Included in this Certification Exam Prep Course:|
|Must-know exam highlights & key areas of study|
|Plus, when you register today, you’ll get these additional bonuses:|
|MP3 Audio Downloads|
Advanced Hemodynamics: Principles of Monitoring Waveforms
Learn concepts for monitoring with pulmonary artery catheters, and ways to validate your PA catheter assessment by your arterial line, pulse oximeter, and clinical assessment.
6 Easy Steps to ABG Interpretation
Many nurses have a hard time reading arterial blood gases. That’s why we’re including these ABG Interpretation bonus materials.
Fluid & Electrolytes Made Easy: How and When to Assess for Life-Threatening Disorders
Fluids and Electrolytes can be a very confusing topic. Part of the reason for this is that fluids and electrolytes have varied functions in our body. They affect every cell of the body, and have different types of effects on those different cells. In order to understand fluid and electrolyte disorders, it’s helpful if you can keep a few simple things in mind.
Now more than ever, nurses need a solid understanding of what mechanical ventilation is and how to manage patients on CPAP, BiPAP, and ventilators.
The Heart in Detail
Your quick reference for everything you need to know about heart function. From EKG analysis through assessment of hemodynamics, this tool has you covered. At a glance, you can double check your findings and feel assured that your response follows best-practice strategies.
The Lungs in Detail
ABG analysis is critical to deciphering what is happening with your patient. This quick reference will help you interpret the results and help you feel confident that you are choosing the best intervention for your patient. When a patient is crashing, you need to feel confident that you know the correct steps. Use this guide to back your decision-making and improve patient outcomes.
|Featuring Speaker and Expert Certification Coach|
CYNDI ZARBANO, MSN, BSN, CCRN, CEN, PCCN, CMSRN, CLNC, NLCPCyndi 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.
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