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Succinylcholine: From Discovery to Current Evidence for Everyday Practice (.5 Class A CE with .5 Pharm)

Tuesday, September 25
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Location: Room 310, Hynes

Large disparities in clinical use of succinylcholine exist due to varied personal experience and/or cultural influences of the anesthesia unit. Increased knowledge of the history and current evidence of succinylcholine, resulting in expertise of appropriate use, dosage, and side effect management will be discussed.

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Michael Mielniczek, BSN, SRNA

Student
University of Scranton
Scranton, Pennsylvania

Michael is a Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist at the University of Scranton graduating in December and a student representative for the AANA Foundation. His background includes experience as a critical care Registered Nurse in Austin and achieving nursing certifications in critical care (CCRN), cardiac medicine (CMC) and cardiac surgery (CSC). During his graduate studies, Michael completed an in-depth project regarding the history, latest research and controversies on succinylcholine.

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