ACEP Neurologic Emergencies CME Collection (Premium Edition)

ACEP Neurologic Emergencies CME Collection (Premium Edition)

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"ACEP Neurologic Emergencies CME Collection, Premium Edition" provides an overview of the symptoms, clinical presentation, historical factors, disease mechanisms, diagnostic approaches and treatment options of common neurological conditions. This premium edition offers 33 lectures plus includes 8 hours of stroke CME- take advantage of the interactive transcripts!


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    • Each
  • A Brave New World: Evolving Concepts in EMS (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Beyond NEXUS: The Latest in C-Spine Clearance! (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • ED ECMO: The Future is Now! (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Evidence-Based Management of HIV Positive Patients in the ED (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Focused Ortho 2015: Getting “Back” to Basics (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • I’ve Fallen & I Can’t Get Up: Geriatric Trauma (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Major Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Not a Minor Problem (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Neuro-Critical Care: What Every Physician Needs to Know (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Rapid Fire: Hyperoxia – Too Much of a Good Thing? (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • The High Risk Oncology Patient (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Advanced Neuroimaging for Acute Stroke and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: What is the Role of CTA, CTP, and MR Techniques? (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Are You Ready to Give tPA in Ischemic Stroke? Practical Considerations for Real-Life Use (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • As the World Turns: Dizziness and Vertigo in the ED (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Case Studies of Subtle Presentations of Devastating Neurological Conditions (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Concussion Update 2015: What We Know, What We Think We Know, and What We Don't Know (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurology (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Cranial Conundrums: Surprises in Neurologic Emergencies (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Headache: Benign or Life-Threatening? Updates in Management 2015 (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • ICH – Evidence-Based Approach to the “Other” Stroke (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Life-Threatening Weakness: Strengthen Your Diagnostic Skills (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Master Clinician Series: The Symptom-Specific Rapid Neuro Examination (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why it Should Tighten your Sphincter (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Pediatric Neurology: Nothing or Nightmare (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Rapid Fire Neurology Case Discussion: Don’t Let this Get on YOUR Nerves (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Seizing the Moment: Seizure Update 2015 (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Spinal Pathology: Striking the Right “Cord” With Your Diagnostic Skills (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Stroke and Blood Pressure: Seriously, Just Tell Me What To DO! (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Who Needs the LP? (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • The Altered Patient (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Update in the Management of Stroke Patients (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • When You Don’t Have a Leg to Stand On: Ataxia in the ED (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)
  • Why “What Do You Mean Dizzy?" Should Not Be the First Question You Ask of a Dizzy Patient (ACEP15 – Neurologic Emergencies)

The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this enduring material for a maximum of 23 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 23 hours of ACEP Category I credit.

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