Class A Credits: 1.00
Pharmacology Credits: .75
Course Launch Date: 9/17/20
Course Expires: 9/18/23
Roughly half the cases of LAST are atypical, with no seizures or other CNS symptoms and instead present with cardiovascular toxicity or delayed onset. Furthermore, the precipitating events leading to LAST are highly variable. The recognition of LAST under unique circumstances can be challenging and also requires advanced understanding of the pharmacological mechanisms underlying local anesthetics, intralipids, and the pharmacological adaptations to ACLS for resuscitation. This presentation will focus on atypical presentation of LAST and underappreciated causes precipitating these events.
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Crystal O’Guin, DNP, CRNA is an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in the DNAP program and a practicing CRNA in Memphis, TN. Ms. O’Guin worked at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where she maintained the role of Course Director for the ACLS and PALS programs at the hospital from 2009 to 2015.
Carrie Bowman Dalley, PhD, CRNA is the Assistant Program Director and an Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice Program at Georgetown University. She earned her PhD in Pharmacology from Georgetown University in 2017 and has practiced as a CRNA at Georgetown University Hospital for the past 15 years.