Patient Safety

Long Way Since AZT: HIV Pharmacology Review & Anesthesia Implications (.5 Class A CE with .5 Pharm)

Saturday, September 22
12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
Location: Room 210, Hynes

Many CRNAs do not realize the enormous progress made in HIV treatment, including new pharmacologic classes that address HIV replication at different phases of its life cycle. Furthermore, these new treatments may impact anesthesia requirements for HIV patients undergoing surgical procedures.

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Ronald R. Castaldo, PhD, MBA, MS, CRNA, APRN, CCRN

Staff Nurse Anesthetist & Assistant Professor
Anesthesia Services, PA & University of Delaware, School of Nursing
Hockessin, Delaware

Ronald R. Castaldo, Ph.D., MBA, MS, CRNA, APRN is a staff nurse anesthetist with Anesthesia Services P.A., Past President of the Delaware Association of Nurse Anesthetists (DANA), Trustee, AANA Foundation Board of Trustees, and Delaware State Advocate, AANA Foundation, APRN Member of the Delaware Board of Nursing, and Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing, University of Delaware. Dr. Castaldo received his Master of Science degree from Columbia University, and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Delaware.

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