Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, and Cardiology is organized by Continuing Education, Inc and will be held from Jul 12 - 19, 2019 at Celebrity Solstice, Seattle, Washington, United States of America.
Physicians, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners
14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
14 ACPE Credits
14 (part II) MOC points in medical knowledge in the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program
14.0 Contact Hours
5½ Hours of Pharmacology for NPs
• Management of Congestive Heart Failure: Updated Guidelines for the Primary Care and Acute Care Provider
○ Differentiate heart failure due to systolic and diastolic dysfunction.
○ Assess prognosis based upon NYHA class and Ejection Fraction.
○ Apply the evidence-based approach to current pharmacological and advanced device therapy treatment guidelines.
• Anticoagulation for Atrial Fibrillation: Updated Guidelines for the Primary Care and Acute Care Provider
○ Understand the assessment of bleeding and thromboembolic risk for atrial fibrillation.
○ Assess patient candidacy for warfarin and novel oral anticoagulant therapies.
• Assessment of acute chest pain: Updated Guidelines for the Primary Care and Acute Care Provider
○ Only 30% of patients with acute chest pain have a cardiac etiology
○ What are best-practice clinical and diagnostic modalities to be used in assessment
○ Incorporation of cardiac imaging tests in the ED evaluation of chest pain.
• Acute Coronary Syndromes: Updated Guidelines for the Primary Care and Acute Care Provider
○ Acute coronary syndromes are a medical emergency; the acute care practitioner must be capable of recognizing, diagnosing, beginning initial therapy, and initiate the multidisciplinary team approach to this life-threating emergency.
○ The use of cardiac biomarkers in acute diagnosis.
○ The early initiation of medical therapy, and when to initiate interventional therapy.
• Management of Symptomatic Stable CAD: Updated Guidelines for the Primary Care and Acute Care Provider.
○ Appreciate in which patients are percutaneous coronary intervention and surgical revascularization are useful.
○ Review novel medical therapies for stable CAD.
• Endocarditis: Who are you going to call-Cardiology, Infectious Disease or Cardiac Surgery?
○ Review of clinical criteria for diagnosis of endocarditis.
○ Appreciate the indications for surgical and medical therapy for endocarditis.
• Management of Hyperlipidemia: Updated Guidelines for the Primary Care and Acute Care Provider
○ Review the evidence to support the use of statins for primary and secondary prevention.
○ Review the evidence to support the elimination of non-statin therapy from lipid treatment guidelines.
○ Understand the role of PCSK9 inhibitor therapy and other emerging therapies in management of dyslipidemia.
• Lipid Therapy for Overdose
○ Predict the characteristics of drug overdoses responsive to lipid therapy
○ Direct administering lipid therapy for drug overdose
○ Explain the "lipid sink" therory for the believed method of action of lipid therapy treatment of certain life-threatening drug overdoses without an antidote.
○ Design an order set to treat potentially life-threatening overdoses with intravenous lipid emulsion
• Diversity & Inclusion in Quality Patient Care
○ Explain health care disparities and how diversity & Inclusion diminish health care disparities difficulty managing patients of other cultures due to social barriers
• Disparities Interpreter Services
○ Explain the potential of medical errors created by use of non-professional interpreters. Inability to efficiently use professional translator service
• Sepsis Update: 2019
○ Create a personal plan to comply with 2019 sepsis bundle 1 guideline difficulty reaching compliance with sepsis quality measures
• Stroke Outliers:
○ Explain the epidemiology of wake-up stroke
○ Recognize syndromes that mimic stroke and avoid lytic therapy
○ Predict risk of stroke after TIA avoiding misdiagnosis of stroke
• Airway Management: Avoiding Intubation in Respiratory distress
○ Recognize the advantage in avoiding intubation
○ Explain how Hi flow Oxygen can help avoid intubation
○ Explain how NIPPV can help avoid intubation
○ Recognize the contraindications for NIPPV unfamiliar with new oxygen delivery and airway devices in ED.
• Case Conference Non-Invasive Ventilation NIV
○ Direct the care of respiratory distress patient to avoid intubation
○ Inability to use new oxygen delivery and airway devices in ED.
○ Create an algorithm for use of adjuncts to oxygenation and ventilation to avoid intubation.
|Contact No. :||1-800-422-0711
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Physicians, Attorneys, Psychologists, Pharmacists, and Dentists Fee||11 Jul,2019||USD 895.00|
|Physician Assistants Fee||11 Jul,2019||USD 695.00|
|Nurse Practitioners Fee||11 Jul,2019||USD 695.00|
|Nurses, Students and Others Fee||11 Jul,2019||USD 495.00|