Pediatrics and Obstetrics

Determining Safety of Care of Extubation Techniques Administered to Pediatric Patients (.25 Class A CE)

Saturday, September 22
10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Room 311, Hynes

The desired, long-term state is to have an absolute answer as to which extubation type is the safest. Evidence-based projects are needed to determine the extubation technique with the fewest complications. When providers are aware of the safest extubation type, patient safety can be improved.

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Rebecca Marie Tripp, DNP, MSNA, CRNA, APRN

CRNA
OUHSC
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Rebecca is employed as a faculty member at Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center. She serves as the Chief Pediatric Anesthetist. She performs anesthetics for all pediatric patients ages 0 to 18. She also functions as a pediatric cardiac CRNA, performing anesthesia for children with congenital heart disease. She received her anesthesia training from Gooding Institute of Nurse Anesthesia in 2014. She completed her DNP from Troy University in May 2018. Rebecca has completed this extubation technique study for her doctoral synthesis project. She is married to a wonderful husband of 12 years, has three Great danes and is heavily involved in children's ministry at her local church. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her family.

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