UCSF Emergency and Trauma Imaging 2021

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30 Videos + 2 PDFs
File Size = 7.26 GB

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Course/Book Format:

30 Videos + 2 PDFs
File Size = 7.26 GB

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

In UCSF Emergency and Trauma Imaging, speakers deliver case-based lectures that highlight imaging features across the major organ systems, as well as the latest imaging techniques increasingly used in the emergency/trauma setting: standard CT, MR, and US, along with dual energy CT, quantitative diffusion imaging, and combined MR/XR imaging for acute stroke care.

This continuing medical education course — a collaborative effort between UCSF Medical Center and Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center — is available online so you can earn CME credits whenever, wherever. It will help you to better:

  • Implement the latest imaging protocols for rapid assessment of complex acute polytrauma patients
  • Distinguish between common anatomic variants, injury mimics and common thoracic vascular emergencies
  • Identify key imaging features of the most common emergent brain, spine, head & neck, and abdominopelvic pathologies
  • Differentiate between emergent and non-emergent indications for interventional radiology
  • Use search patterns to identify frequently missed musculoskeletal trauma findings

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, the participant will be able to:

  • Implement the latest imaging protocols and state-of-the art techniques for rapid assessment of complex acute polytrauma patients
  • Distinguish between common anatomic variants, injury mimics and common thoracic vascular emergencies including acute aortic injury and pulmonary embolism
  • Recognize key imaging features and updated classification systems relevant to the most common emergent brain, spine and head & neck pathologies
  • Differentiate between emergent and non-emergent indications for interventional radiology consultation, and understand the role of IR in diagnosis and treatment of common medical emergencies
  • Identify the key imaging features of common abdominopelvic pathologies encountered in the emergency and trauma settings
  • Utilize search patterns to identify frequently missed musculoskeletal trauma findings

Intended Audience

This course is intended for radiologists and all medical professionals who will benefit from a greater understanding of emergency and trauma imaging.

TOPICS / SPEAKERS

Acute Pelvic Pain in the Non-Gravid Female – Lori Strachowski, MD

Abdominal Trauma 1: Hemodynamic Compromise – Alexander Rybkin, MD

Abdominal Trauma 2: Solid Organ Injury – Alexander Rybkin, MD

Bowel and Mesenteric Trauma – Preethi Raghu, MD

Genitourinary Trauma – Mark Sugi, MD

Scrotal Emergencies – Shital Gandhi, MD

Imaging of Postpartum Complications – Hailey Choi, MD

Thoracic Vascular Trauma – Brian Haas, MD

Pulmonary Embolism – Kimberly Kallianos, MD

Common Misses in MSK Trauma – Kevin McGill, MD, MPH

MSK Trauma Case Review – Preeti Sukerkar, MD, PhD

Role of Dual Energy CT in Emergency Imaging – Michael Ohliger, MD, PhD

CT Technologist Perspective: Trauma Imaging – Linda Jeung, RT and Loretta Johnson, RT

Imaging Infections of the CNS – Jared Narvid, MD

Acute Stroke Diagnosis and Management – Daniel Cooke, MD

Imaging of Time-Critical Neurological Emergencies – Soonmee Cha, MD

Neuro Trauma: A Neurosurgeon’s Perspective – Phiroz Tarapore, MD

Vascular Emergencies of the Head & Neck – Andrew Callen, MD

Acute Toxic, Anoxic and Metabolic Abnormalities of the Brain – Shital Gandhi, MD

Traumatic Brain Injury – Esther Yuh, MD, PhD

Trauma Surgery Perspective: Solid Organ and Pelvic Fracture Management – Deborah Stein, MD

Role of IR in a Trauma Center – Mark Wilson, MD

Splenic Trauma and Intervention – Mark Wilson, MD

Pelvic Trauma and Intervention – Miles Conrad, MD, MPH

Biopsies and Drainages from Hell – Miles Conrad, MD, MPH

Role of Race and Bias Elements in the IR Trauma Setting – Vishal Kumar, MD

What is an IR Emergency (and What is it Not?) – Sujal Nanavati, MD

Trauma from Diagnosis to Discharge – Eugene Huo, MD

Radiology of Ballistics Injury – John Dryden, MD

Emergency Patients from the Interventional Radiology NP Perspective – Ryan Sincic, NP

Date of Original Release: December 16, 2021
Series Expiration Date: December 15, 2024

Target Audience and Covered Specialties:

Emergency Medicine, Oakstone, Radiology, simple

Delivery Method and Usage Instructions

After purchasing this product, Downloadable Link of UCSF Emergency and Trauma Imaging 2021 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.

  Important Notice  

after buying this product, you will be provided with Download Link to UCSF Emergency and Trauma Imaging 2021, Download Link DONT HAVE Expiry Time , you can use it anytime. Downloading The content is ALLOWED, you can easily save the product on your device.

Disclaimar

NO CME Credits and Accreditation will be issued
By Purchasing This course, you will receive all of the mentioned content as download link.
The Course link will not expire and is lifetime

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