Hemodynamics (Nursing)

Hemodynamics (Nursing)

by Corey Hardin, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, CV-BC

Hemodynamics, the study of blood flow through the circulatory system, involves measuring and monitoring cardiac function through many different values. Understanding the circulatory system and the cardiac cycle is essential to interpreting hemodynamic values and providing appropriate interventions to promote hemodynamic stability.

Achieving or maintaining hemodynamic stability is a priority goal in all branches of nursing, therefore a firm understanding of the mechanics of hemodynamics is essential to providing competent nursing care.

Course Details

  • Videos 20
  • Duration 2:03 h
  • Quiz questions 57
  • Concept Pages 0


Your Educators of course Hemodynamics (Nursing)

 Corey Hardin, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, CV-BC

Corey Hardin, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, CV-BC

Corey Hardin, RN, BSN, CV-BC, CCRN-CMC, is a Clinical Manager of the Emergency Department at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia, MO. Previously, he was a Service Line Specialist for the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia, MO.

Corey Hardin obtained his Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Missouri in 2011. He is board certified in cardiovascular and a critical care registered nurse with a sub-specialty certification in cardiovascular medicine. He has clinical expertise in critical care, cardiovascular medicine, and cardiothoracic surgery.

Within Lecturio, Corey Hardin teaches courses on Hemodynamic Monitoring.

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Very knowledgeable on bringing for the info
By Yvonne L. on 22. June 2023 for Arterial Line Pressure Monitoring (Nursing)

Yes I would recommend the lecture to my classmates it is very knowledgeable.

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By Claudia G. on 12. May 2023 for Venous Oxygen Saturation (Nursing)

Great lecture on Hemodynamic values. Very clear and easy to understand.

By Tabassom P. on 22. January 2023 for PA Catheter Waveforms (Nursing)

Because i need to get more info about hemodynamic monitoring for my school