Advance Critical care Nursing certification

Critical care is a growing specialty in hospitals, and the pressure on Critical Care Units is increasing as the population with various co-morbidities grows. Learn about the most typical presentations seen in a Critical Care Unit and how to manage them effectively in this course. Learn how to manage pneumonia, multi-organ failure in trauma, early recognition and management of sepsis, and how to priorities the management of a trauma patient who requires resuscitation. The course is designed for medical students, residents, consultants, and other health professionals interested in critical care. Learners are not required to have any prior experience or certifications.

Spingfield Publication
Key features of Critical Care Certification
  • Clinical & Management for Specialist Nurse
  • 6 months duration
  • Single Book. Included in fee. Interesting to read and easy to understand
  • Self Study of 1 Hour per week
  • Online Exam. MCQ pattern. 1 Hour : Appear exam from any computer from anywhere in the world within 10 day window period. Second attempt allowed with no extra fee.
  • Life Time Valid Certificate


One Book. Interesting to read. Covers all aspects of Critical Care including Cardiac ICU, ICCU, MICU, Surgical ICU, Casualty, HDU, CCU. Multiple diagrams, pictures and ECG for easy understanding. Includes practical approach to help Critical Care Nurse perform

  • SICU and MICU
  • CCU
  • HDU
  • Cardiac Emergencies
  • Neuro Emergencies
  • Respiratory Emergencies
  • Renal Emergencies
  • ICU Procedures
  • Leadership skills
  • Team Management
  • Clinical Topics

  • Cardiac Emergencies
  • Neuro Emergencies
  • Respiratory Emergencies
  • ICU Procedures
  • Diagnosis and Assessment of Chest Pain
  • Management of Angina
  • Diagnosis and initial management of myocardial infarction
  • Central Line
  • Care Balloon Pump
  • Arterial Line
  • ABG
  • Bypass
  • Angiograpy and Angioplasty

  • Management Topics

  • Labour Room Nurse Role and Career.
  • Leadership Skills.
  • Obstetrics and Neonatology Team.
  • Team Management.
  • Rounds, Notes, Supervision, Training.
  • Video

    Learning Outcomes: On successful completion of this module, students should be able to:
    1. Learn about normal anatomy and physiology and how it might be applied to aberrant behaviour.
    2. Use critical thinking to analyse and synthesise existing information in order to develop and execute evidence-based nursing care.
    3. Using an appropriate framework, do a thorough evaluation of a critically sick patient.
    4. Interpret and critically review evaluation and data utilising supporting studies to establish normal values and the underlying pathophysiology for critically sick patients.
    5. Analyze the implications of assessment data for clinical practise and nursing care.
    6. Provide systematic and complete patient care to demonstrate and sustain therapeutic and professional ties.
    7. Integrate clinical practise with research and contemplation.
    8. Contribute to interdisciplinary teamwork throughout the health care continuum to ensure continuity of care.The online theoretical module consists of six units of study.

    Springfield Publication

    Unit 1: Care of the patient with altered respiratory function.
    Unit 2: Care of the patient with altered cardiovascular function
    Unit 3: Care of the patient with altered renal function and fluids & electrolyte balance.
    Unit 4: Care of the patient with altered gastrointestinal and endocrine function.
    Unit 5: Care of the patient with altered neurological function.
    Unit 6: Care of the patient with multisystem Disorders.
    Every two weeks, a new set of units will be made accessible to students, each requiring around four hours of work and allowing students to apply, appraise and make decisions. Formative clinical case study reviews, formative online quizzes, and summative clinical case study assignments and MCQ examinations will be available for students to test their knowledge.