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You’ve Called 911, Now What? A Simplified, Evidence-Based Approach to Six Life-Threatening Office Emergencies

Stanford University via Stanford OpenEdx

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Overview

This CME activity will present a practical approach to several high-risk emergency conditions that can present to office-based practices. The course instructors will describe the immediate recognition and management of these complex patients through a discussion of specific video case-based scenarios and a review of current, evidence-based practice interspersed with interactive self assessments. By learning and applying these high-yield principles, course participants will be able to optimize patient outcomes.

Syllabus

Introduction
Basic Life Support
Anaphylaxis
Asthma
Chest Pain
Seizure
Syncope
Office Emergencies
Effective Communication
Course Wrap-up
Resources and References
Help!

Taught by

Matthew Strehlow and Swaminatha Mahadevan

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Nanpan I
by Nanpan completed this course, spending 1 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
It was really simplified and the lessons learned, though easy to apply are most rewarding. Many thanks. Its application in emergency care is valuable.
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