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The ACEP Guide to Completing ABEM MOC PI Activities, Module 4: Imaging in Patients With Mild Traumat
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The ACEP Guide to Completing ABEM MOC PI Activities, Module 4: Imaging in Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Use this module to complete your ABEM MOC PI activity “Imaging in Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury,” or just as a standalone CME activity to learn new ways to reduce the risk inherent in prescribing and distributing medications to patients in the ED.
The module consists of a pretest to establish your baseline cognitive expertise, a multimedia presentation, a study guide, and a post-test.
- Describe the difference between minor head trauma and moderate and severe head trauma.
- Identify the high-risk factors associated with minor head trauma and those associated with decreased risk of intracranial injury.
- Describe the clinical guidelines and decision rules for identifying patients at low risk after minor head trauma who can safely forgo cranial CT scanning.
- Identify the elements that should be included in emergency department medical decision-making and discharge instructions.
- Describe features of charting and discharge instructions that can help limit medical malpractice exposure.
- Incorporate strategies into your own practice to avoid cranial CT scanning in patients with minor head trauma who are at low risk for intracranial injury.
- Explain the importance of selective imaging in pediatric head injuries.
- Explain the differences in cancer risk from CT scan between pediatric and adult patients.
- Discuss the components of the PECARN criteria for pediatric head injury.
- Apply the PECARN clinical decision rules to identify those with clinically significant intracranial injuries while minimizing the need for ionizing radiography, procedural sedation, and hospital admissions.
- Discuss the rationale behind observation over diagnostic ionizing radiography with parents and caregivers of children with low-risk head injury.
When you purchase or use any ACEP eCME activity, you agree to abide by the ACEP eCME Terms of Service.
The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this enduring material for a maximum of 2.25 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 2.25 hours of ACEP Category I credit.