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ACEP Cardiovascular CME Collection (ACEP16)
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Get the best courses on heart disease and related issues with ACEP Cardiovascular CME Collection (ACEP16). Learn what you need to know to stay abreast of advances in the cardiovascular field while bringing the most current medical knowledge into your daily practice. Earn up to 12.5 CME’s with these 17 lectures from the 2016 Scientific Assembly.
- RAPID FIRE: Mastering Three Problems that Can Kill in Emergency Electrocardiography: An Advanced Approach
- RAPID FIRE: ED ECMO: The Future is Now
- Creating an Effective Accelerated Diagnostic Pathway For CHF At Your Shop!
- ACS Bootcamp: The Latest Treatments Against our Greatest Killer
- Advanced Recognition and Treatment of Bradycardias and Blocks
- RAPID FIRE: What Does a Negative Cardiac Workup Mean Anyway?
- RAPID FIRE: Pain in the Neck: Diagnosis and Treatment of Vertebral and Carotid Dissections
- RAPID FIRE: Therapy for NSTEMI: Update 2016
- RAPID FIRE: Aortic Dissection: Are You Missing the Diagnosis?
- RAPID FIRE: Severe, Asymptomatic Hypertension: Don’t Just Do Something: Stand There?
- RAPID FIRE: Therapy for STEMI: Update 2016
- RAPID FIRE: Atrial Fibrillation Update 2016: Don’t Miss a Beat
- Crazy Cardiac Cases: Causing Chaos and Creating Controversy
- Myocardial Ischemia and Mimics: ECG Cases
- RAPID FIRE: Chest Pain in the ED: Is One Troponin Enough?
- Code Talkers: A Point-Counterpoint Dialogue of Cardiac Arrest Management and What They Don’t Teach in ACLS
- RAPID FIRE: Hypertensive Emergencies: Drugs, Drips and Drops
The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this enduring material for a maximum of 12.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum of 12.5 hours of ACEP Category I credit.