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Pediatrics for
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Annette N Storm

Pediatrics for Nurse Anesthesia is a great primer or refresher for any CRNA not involved with pediatric patients on a daily basis. Annette goes over many of the important basic and advanced principles necessary for doing pediatric anesthesia.

What's included?

  • 17 Chapters
  • 14 Videos
  • 14 Mini-Quizzes
  • Each Mini-Quizz is a single question - easy
  • Esay, Simple, and Straightforward Questions
  • Possible to retake all mini-quizzes up to three times
  • 2.0 Class A CE Credit
  • 1 Certification of Completion
  • recertCRNA uploads credits to AANA

Become a Better
Nurse Anesthesiologist

Whether you do pediatric anesthesia every day or only once in a while, this course will refresh your memory on many topics. Annette covers many of the important anatomic and physiologic aspects of pediatric anesthesia essential to give safe and efficient anesthesia. 
Studying for the CPC Assessment or for Boards, this course is your friend. 

Knowledge is Power

The pediatric population is an important group of patients the nurse anesthesiologist see every day. Having a solid foundation on pediatric anatomy and physiology, beyond the "peds are not just small adults" is essential for doing safe and efficient anesthesia. This course will give you a great boost in knowledge about our pediatric population. 
meet the instructor

Annette N Storm

Annette Storm, MNA, CRNA has been a CRNA for 9 years and has been teaching for Storm Anesthesia since 2013 when the company launched. Annette's expertise is within cardiac and electrophysiology, although as a full-time employee at a level 1 trauma center, Annette is fully versed on multiple aspects of nurse anesthesiology. 

Annette became an RN in Denmark in 1987 and in 1990 decided to explore nursing in the US. She convinced her boyfriend, Michael, to come along, so they would not one day be sitting in a nursing home rocking chair and wonder what if?

Annette is a very strong patient advocate and did not see herself become a CRNA when Michael decided to go back to school. No, she liked her bedside patients. Well, the best plan sometimes changes and Annette obtained her BSN in 2008 and became a CRNA in 2012. And not just graduated, but graduated with the program's highest honor, the Agatha Hodgins Award for Clinical and Academic Excellence. So much for not becoming a CRNA!

Annette enjoys her garden, although, she can often be seen sailing on Lake Murray, skiing in the Alps with family (she is an alpine ski instructor), hiking in the mountains, or just laying on the beach.
Annette enjoys the outdoors!
Annette N Storm, MNA, CRNA