Implementation of an Evidence-Based Nasogastric/Orogastric Verification Algorithm

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 503A
Date: Fri, Apr 26th, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Description:

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Irving, S. Y., Lyman, B., Northington, L., Bartlett, J. A., & Kemper, C. (2014, June). Nasogastric tube placement and verification in children: Review of the current literature. Critical Care Nurse, 34(3), 67-78.
Northington, L., Lyman, B., Guenter, P., Irving, S. Y., & Duesing, L. (2017, March/April). Current practices in home management of nasogastric tube placement in pediatric patients: A survey of parents and homecare providers. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 33, 46-53.
Taylor, S. J. (2013). Confirming nasogastric feeding tube position versus the need to feed. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 29, 59-69.
Session Type: Evidence-based Practice

Session Description: This session will guide nurses through the journey of a doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) student's identification of a practice issue, use of an evidence-based practice (EBP) model when applying an EBP guideline related to nasogastric/orogastric practice.
Primary Presenter Bio: Dr. Gloria Mudryj is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse - Nurse Practitioner for the Norwood and Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinics at Advocate Children's Hospital. Gloria has been a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Home Health, and General Inpatient Pediatrics prior to transitioning to cardiology. Gloria is a clinical pediatric visiting professor for Chamberlain University. Gloria is a member of the Society of Pediatric Nurses, American Nurses Association, and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Dr. Mudryj has presented at several conferences and symposiums, as well as, lectured on pediatric cardiology at Saint Xavier University School of Nursing.
Primary Presenter Institution: Advocate Children's Hospital
Session Type: Evidence-based Practice

Session Description: This session will guide nurses through the journey of a doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) student's identification of a practice issue, use of an evidence-based practice (EBP) model when applying an EBP guideline related to nasogastric/orogastric practice.
Primary Presenter Bio: Dr. Gloria Mudryj is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse - Nurse Practitioner for the Norwood and Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinics at Advocate Children's Hospital. Gloria has been a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Home Health, and General Inpatient Pediatrics prior to transitioning to cardiology. Gloria is a clinical pediatric visiting professor for Chamberlain University. Gloria is a member of the Society of Pediatric Nurses, American Nurses Association, and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Dr. Mudryj has presented at several conferences and symposiums, as well as, lectured on pediatric cardiology at Saint Xavier University School of Nursing.
Primary Presenter Institution: Advocate Children's Hospital