Clinical Decision Making In Emergency Medicine: Cardiopulmonary - $59.00
The Cardiopulmonary track of the Clinical Decision Making In Emergency Medicine conference features the following speakers:
- Richard Zane, MD, FAAEM, Brigham & Women's Hospital
- Luke Hermann, MD, Mount Sinai Medical Center
- Joshua M. Kosowsky, MD, Brigham & Women's Hospital
- Tyler Vadeboncoeur, MD, Mayo Clinic
This program is an audio recording of the cardiopulmonary track from the Clinical Decision Making In Emergency Medicine conference in Ponte Vedra, FL in June 2009. The audio file includes all four speaker's audio recording. The audio & video file includes all four speaker's audio recording plus their presentation slides (where available).
This program focuses on advances in cardiopulmonary emergencies by reviewing state-of-the-art clinical material and advance cutting-edge research presentations. International experts discuss modern diagnostic and treatment strategies and the outlook for the future direction of the specialty. The subjects highlighted include BNP and d-dimer, hypertensive emergencies and urgencies, ECGs, and cardiac arrest. This course is a must have for the practicing emergency clinician.
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Click here for a sample audio recording from the program.
Upon completing this activity, you should be able to:
- Discuss the "new" biomarkers: BNP and d-dimer.
- Describe the treatment of hypertensive emergencies and urgencies.
- Critically evaluate ECGs in patients with pre-syncope, syncope, chest pain, and palpitations.
- Discuss the new paradigm for cardiac arrest.
- Recording date: June 26, 2009
- Length: 2 hours
- Format: audio-only (mp3) or audio & video (wmv). You will receive both versions.