Virtual ACEP: Pediatrics (ACEP14)

Virtual ACEP: Pediatrics (ACEP14)

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Crashing Kids! Not even Peds EM Physicians see this every day, but every EM Physician will encounter a critically ill child someday. Making a difference in these infrequent yet potentially catastrophic conditions is both the challenge and hallmark of Emergency Medicine. To help you provide the best care to your next sick child, ACEP has created a package of the best pediatric didactics available on?-demand with Virtual ACEP: Pediatrics (ACEP 14). Learn the critical differences in the management of pediatric and adult patients. Lectures cover the critically obese child, advantages and disadvantage of CT scanning and imaging in the evaluation of abdominal pain in children, pediatric seizures, common conditions, plus much more. 

When you purchase or use any ACEP eCME activity, you agree to abide by the ACEP eCME Terms of Service.

USD $159.00 /Each
Member Price: USD $79.00 /Each
  • Pediatric Airway Panic or Advanced Pediatric Airway Management? Alisa A. McQueen, MD, FACEP

  • The Critically Ill Obese Child: Definitely Not Just Little Adults Jennifer D. H. Walthall, MD

  • Major Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Not a Minor Problem Evie G. Marcolini, MD, FACEP

  • Rapid Fire: “We Are Family”: Family Presence During Procedures and Resuscitation Catherine A. Marco, MD, FACEP

  • Cruising the Literature: Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2014 Richard M. Cantor, MD, FACEP

  • Pediatric Seizures Elizabeth Weinstein, MD, FACEP, FAAP

  • Pediatric Submersion Injuries: The Most Important Environmental Emergency Emily C. MacNeill, MD

  • Pediatric Tricks of the Trade: What They Didn’t Teach You in Residency Emily C. MacNeill, MD

  • Masters of Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Manage Common Conditions Like One of the Experts Sean M. Fox, MD (Moderator); Richard M. Cantor, MD, FACEP; Marianne Gausche-Hill, MD, FACEP; Alfred D. Sacchetti, MD, FACEP

  • Mistakes You Do Not Want to Make in Pediatric Patients Richard M. Cantor, MD, FACEP

  • Abdominal Pain in Children: Is CT Really Needed? Keith T. Borg, MD, PhD, FACEP

Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in the Pediatric Patient Keith T. Borg, MD, PhD, FACEP

 

  • Pediatric Airway Panic or Advanced Pediatric Airway Management? (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • The Critically Ill Obese Child: Definitely Not Just Little Adults (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Major Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Not a Minor Problem (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Rapid Fire: “We Are Family”: Family Presence During Procedures and Resuscitation (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Cruising the Literature: Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2014 (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Pediatric Seizures (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Pediatric Submersion Injuries: The Most Important Environmental Emergency (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Pediatric Tricks of the Trade: What They Didn’t Teach you in Residency (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Masters of Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Manage Common Conditions Like One of the Experts (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Mistakes You Do Not Want to Make in Pediatric Patients (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Abdominal Pain in Children: Is CT Really Needed? (ACEP14-Pediatrics)
  • Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in the Pediatric Patient (ACEP14-Pediatrics)

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 9.5 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 9.5 hours of ACEP Category I credit. 

 

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