Need-to-Know Emergency Medicine: A Review for Physicians in a Hurry 2022

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78 Videos + 2 PDFs
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Course/Book Format:

78 Videos + 2 PDFs
File Size = 8.67 GB

Course/Book Details (Overview + Topics/Speakers):

Need-to-Know Emergency Medicine: A Review for Physicians in a Hurry covers the multispecialty problems, conditions, and dilemmas emergency physicians face every day. Included in this online CME course are very brief, highly-focused and laser-sharp overviews of signs and symptoms, diagnostic testing, diagnostic decision making, treatment, and disposition.

Get expert advice and clinical guidance you can use in making time-sensitive healthcare decisions for patients with myriad, complex conditions. This continuing medical education program delivers expert take-home points with each lecture, such as:

  • Congestive Heart Failure. Be sure to assess perfusion in addition to volume status, since normotensive patients can still be in cardiogenic shock.
  • Esophageal Disorders. Esophageal foreign body or food impaction is most often seen in pediatric patients. Depending on the foreign body, it may require urgent endoscopy and removal. Often glucagon can be administered for spontaneous passage.
  • Nonaccidental Trauma. U.S. physicians are legally mandated to report any nonaccidental trauma to child protective services. The ultimate determination of whether abuse has occurred can take days to weeks. Focus on treating injuries and establishing a safe disposition.
  • Electrical Injuries. The extent of surface burns does NOT predict the extent of internal injuries. Therefore, unlike in the management of other burns, Parkland’s formula for fluid resuscitation should not be used for these burns.
  • And more…

Learning Objectives

At the completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Summarize a diagnostic approach for a patient with elevated blood pressure
  • List the risk factors and causes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Compare the etiologies of primary spontaneous pneumothorax with secondary spontaneous pneumothorax
  • Recognize which bone fractures are orthopedic emergencies
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of pneumonia found on physical examination
  • Describe the emergency physician’s role in the treatment of a victim of sexual assault
  • List the most commonly found pediatric abdominal emergencies
  • Discuss the ABCs — Airway, Breathing, Circulation — in the assessment of patient with burns
  • Differentiate between primary headache disorders and secondary headache disorders
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of psychosis
  • Summarize the physical examination findings of anemia
  • Describe the clinical presenting features of opioid use disorder

Intended Audience

This activity is designed for emergency room physicians.

TOPICS / SPEAKERS

Cardiac Disorders

Acute Coronary Syndromes – Jason Morris, MD

Congestive Heart Failure – Joseph Stegeman, MD

Pericarditis and Myocarditis – Lorenzo Albala, MD

Peripheral Vascular Disease – Laura Dean, MD

Bradyarrhythmias – Todd Jaffe, MD

Tachyarrhythmias – Inkyu Kim, MD

Hypertension – Laura Dean, MD

Shock – Abraham Akbar, MD

Gastrointestinal Disorders

Gastrointestinal Bleeding – Todd Jaffe, MD

Esophageal Disorders – Drew Birrenkott, MD, Dphil

Pancreaticobiliary Disorders – Jason Morris, MD

Liver Disorders – Alexander Zirulnik, MD, MPH

Appendicitis and Diverticulitis – Diana Bongiorno, MD

Pulmonary Disorders

Pneumothorax – Jason Morris, MD

Pulmonary Embolism – Christiana K. Prucnal, MD, ScM

Pulmonary Hypertension – Christiana K. Prucnal, MD, ScM

Asthma and Acute Bronchitis – Daniel (DJ) Wendler, MD

Obstructive Lung Disease – Benjamin Lin, MD

Orthopedic Disorders

Common Fractures – Madeline Schwid, MD

Common Dislocations – Madeline Schwid, MD

Musculoskeletal – Inflammatory and Infectious Conditions – Madeline Schwid, MD

Low Back Pain – Gideon Loevinsohn, MD

Infectious Disease Disorders

Sepsis – Savanah Harshbarger, MD, MBA

Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Lachlan Driver, MD

Respiratory Infections – Drew Birrenkott, MD, Dphil

Meningitis and Encephalitis – Savanah Harshbarger, MD, MBA

Skin and Soft Tissue Infections – Savanah Harshbarger, MD, MBA

COVID-19 – Imikomobong (Micky) Ibia, MD

Obstetric & Gynecologic Disorders

Ectopic Pregnancy – Savanah Harshbarger, MD, MBA

Complicated Labor and Delivery – Benjamin Lin, MD

Sexual Assault – Alyssa Zupon, MD

Pediatric Disorders

Foreign Objects – Jossie A. Carreras Tartak, MD

Sports Injuries – Benjamin Lin, MD

Nonaccidental Trauma – Benjamin Lin, MD

Pediatric Fever – Inkyu Kim, MD

Pediatric Abdominal Pain – Imikomobong (Micky) Ibia, MD

Pediatric Respiratory Disease – Imikomobong (Micky) Ibia, MD

Trauma

Initial Evaluation of the Traumatically Injured Patient – Alyssa Zupon, MD

Blunt Trauma – Kathryn Oskar, MD

Penetrating Trauma – Kathryn Oskar, MD

Burns – Alexander Zirulnik, MD

Neurologic Disorders

Stroke – Katherine Mayes, MD, PhD

Seizures in Adults – Amar Deshwar, MD

Intracranial Hemorrhage – Katherine Mayes, MD, PhD

Dizziness and Vertigo – Katherine Mayes, MD, PhD

Headache – Madeline Schwid, MD

Psychiatric Disorders

ED Substance Use Disorder Management – Jason Morris, MD

Delirium – Lorenzo Albala, MD

Psychosis – Benjamin Lin, MD

Suicidal Ideation – Alexander Zirulnik, MD

Cutaneous Disorders

Lesions and Rashes – Katherine Mayes, MD, PhD

Cutaneous Emergencies – Diana Bongiorno, MD

Endocrine, Metabolic, and Nutritional Disorders

Diabetic Ketoacidosis – Lachlan Driver, MD

Electrolyte Abnormalities – Benjamin Lin, MD

Thyroid Disease – Benjamin Lin, MD

Vitamin Deficiencies – Benjamin Lin, MD

Eating Disorders – Gideon Loevinsohn, MD

Hematologic Disorders

Bleeding Disorders – Paul Ginart, MD

Transfusion Reactions – Benjamin Lin, MD

Anemia – Drew Birrenkott, MD, Phil

Neutropenia and Immunocompromised – Benjamin Lin, MD

Renal Disorders

Acid-Base Disorder – Drew Birrenkott, MD, Phil

Renal Failure – Drew Birrenkott, MD, Phil

Ophthalmologic Disorders

Ocular Injuries – Joseph Stegeman, MD

The Red Eye – Carrie Dianne Walsh, MD

Atraumatic Visual Loss – Amar Deshwar, MD

ENT Disorders

ENT Disorders – Benjamin Lin, MD

Head and Neck Disorders – Benjamin Lin, MD

Urologic Disorders

Urinary Tract Infections – Jossie A. Carreras Tartak, MD

Genitourinary Tract Disorders – Lorenzo Albala, MD

Toxicology

Drugs of Abuse – Lorenzo Albala, MD

Toxidromes – Linda Johnson, MD, PhD

Common Antidotes – Linda Johnson, MD, PhD

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning – Gideon Loevinsohn, MD

Environmental Disorders

Bites and Stings – Laura Dean, MD

Drowning – Laura Dean, MD

Altitude Sickness – Jossie A. Carreras Tartak, MD

Electrical Injuries – Abraham Akbar, MD

Date of Original Release: September 30, 2022
Estimated Time to Complete: 19.50 hours

Target Audience and Covered Specialties:

Emergency Medicine, Oakstone, simple

Delivery Method and Usage Instructions

After purchasing this product, Downloadable Link of Need-to-Know Emergency Medicine: A Review for Physicians in a Hurry 2022 course/book will be sent to Customer’s Email Address The Download Links Will NOT Expire, Can Be Used Anytime, Can be Downloaded on device for offline usage

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General Detail about CME Courses:

CME (Continuing medical education) Lectures helps to maintain competence and learn about new and developing areas of specialty. CME and Board Review Courses are the Best options for knowledge improvement and update. also you can use them to get best performance on your board exam.

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