Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine

                                    

Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine


ACEP’s official CME publication – and your single best resource for improving your clinical expertise!
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Be the expert you need to be at the bedside – when those “critical decisions” count the most. Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine presents evidence based treatment recommendations using “real-world” cases – the kind of patient presentations you see every day. Then it asks you the questions – the critical decisions – the best next steps – for treating those patients’ illnesses and injuries.

  • Timely Topics from the "EM Model"
  • Cases – The challenges and solutions
  • The LLSA Literature Review
  • Evidence-based Treatment Recommendations
  • Risk Management Pearls and Pitfalls
  • Recommendations to Improve Patient Safety
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Bonus Features
    • Dr. Amal Mattu's Critical ECGs
    • Dr. Josh Broder's Critical Images
    • Commonly Used Medications
    • Delivery Options
  • Self-Assessment Questions Based on the Key Teaching Points of the Lessons
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  • Approaches to Abdominal Pain
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Every monthly issue provides the following features developed for your practice needs:
  • Two case-based clinical lessons focused on the information YOU need to stay current. Each issue provides you with two lessons—on topics chosen from the "EM Model"—to keep you abreast of changing technology, emerging disease trends, new pharmaceuticals, and the myriad other facets of emergency medicine practice.
  • "The LLSA Literature Review." A synopses of the articles from ABEM's yearly LLSA reading lists. Each summary features bulleted highlights of the articles to help you focus your continuous learning efforts.
  • "The Critical ECG." An ECG illustrating a challenging condition is presented along with a discussion of the subtleties of its interpretation.
  • "The Critical Image." An image (CT, radiograph, etc.) is provided along with a discussion of the visual clues leading to the correct diagnosis. 
  • "The Drug Box." A concise review of indications, dosage, and contraindication for commonly used medications.
  • Online testing and the opportunity to earn 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per issue, 5 ACEP Category I credits, and 5 AOA Category 2-B credits. (That's 60 credits per 1-year subscription—at no extra charge!)
Inside The September 2015 Issue:

Lesson 17 – Pulmonary Embolism
Pulmonary embolism is a common, yet dangerous, presentation in the emergency department. The signs and symptoms of the disease often are nonspecific and subtle, making it challenging to identify, but a missed diagnosis can result in dire consequences. Emergency physicians must possess a keen diagnostic acumen in cases of suspected PE, and understand how to manage the disease while minimizing the risks of unnecessary imaging.

Lesson 18 – Evidence-Based Fluid Resuscitation in Critical Illness
Intravenous fluids and blood products are administered every day in the emergency department for the resuscitation of critically ill patients, yet confusion and controversy continues to surround their use. Mounting evidence about the detrimental effects of a positive fluid balance in the critically ill has resulted in increased attention to the type of fluid used, as well as the amount, rate, and duration of administration. The emergency provider must understand how to select and correctly dose the optimal solution for each individual patient.
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