Using Simulation-Based Learning to Prepare for a Potential Cardiac Emergency on the Labor Unit

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Abstract

Cardiac arrest on the labor unit is a rare event, but it can have significant effects on a woman and her fetus, as well as on the clinicians providing health care. Our labor team was challenged to provide care for a woman with a rare cardiac condition that can cause a wide range of events, from fainting to cardiac arrest. This article describes our use of simulation-based learning to prepare for potential scenarios.

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Gogle, J. (2017, February 1). Using Simulation-Based Learning to Prepare for a Potential Cardiac Emergency on the Labor Unit. Nursing for Women’s Health. Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nwh.2016.12.009

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