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The Physiochemical Approach to Acid-Base Management: Moving Beyond Henderson-Hasselbalch (1 Class A CE with .75 Pharm)

Sunday, September 23
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: Ballroom C, Hynes

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists analyze arterial blood gas results within the context of strong ion differences, albumin levels, lactate levels, and the strong ion gap, and appreciate how these physiochemical phenomenon are the actual mechanisms driving trends in base deficits and base excesses. Armed with this knowledge, the clinician can move beyond the standards bicarbonate therapy, and address the root etiology of their patient's acidosis, including optimal fluid selection.

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Amin Azam, MSN, CRNA

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia
Hercules, California

Amin Azam is a California-native, who graduated last month from Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia. He was the Agatha Hodgins award recipient, and was awarded multiple scholarships, including the AANA Diamond Club Scholarship, the Kaiser Foundation Scholarship, the Elevar Scholarship, and the Elsie Sanderson Nursing Scholarship. Amin speaks five languages, and is a mentor in the Diversity CRNA mentorship program.

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