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Deep Dive courses offer a nuanced look at a specific topic.
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Targeted to a wide array of critical care professionals, this half-day course covers targeted temperature management and nuances of critical care management, including cardiac diagnostics, mechanical support, seizures, neuromonitoring, and prognostication. The course also addresses pharmacotherapy for the post-cardiac arrest patient and includes a panel discussion on clinical trials. A post-cardiac arrest survivor will also discuss her experience.
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Electronic health record (EHR) data can be used enhance clinical care and facilitate research. This half-day course offers strategies for using EHR data to inform clinical decision-making, identify barriers, and develop mitigation strategies. Real-life examples from the ICU will provide better understanding about how to effectively manage patients and resources.
Explore the vital aspects of critical care nephrology through this case-driven, practical, and forward-thinking half-day master class.
Topics covered include:
Why is the definition of AKI wrong?
Why do we now care about fluid overload so much?
Can biomarkers be used to manage patients instead of just for prediction of AKI?
Teamwork makes the dream work in critical care nephrology
Practical management of kidney dysfunction in critically ill patients: drugs, nutrition, and fluid
Up to 3.75 ACE/MOC credit hours are available.
Non-Member Price: $449.00Associate Price: $379.00Professional Price: $339.00Select Price: $319.00
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This four-hour course provides a comprehensive and case-based review of core physiologic principles as they apply to critically ill patients. The state-of-the-art of assessment of hemodynamic status and cardiac function is reviewed in the context of how to apply physiology to diagnosis and treatment. Up to four ACE/MOC credit hours are available.