Courses

  • Clinical Challenges in Electrocardiography

    6 CME Credits
    CCIT

    This course will provide a series of multiple-choice questions based on 12-lead electrocardiograms as encountered in inpatient and outpatient-based settings. The emphasis will be on common and potentially life-threatening clinical entities including acute coronary syndromes, major cardiac arrhythmias and metabolic problems affecting the ECG as well as other conditions such as drug toxicities.

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  • NOACs for Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation

    0.75 CME Credit

    NOACs

    This course will review the clinical trial data on the efficacy and safety of non-vitamin K oral anticoagulants (NOACs) for prevention of stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). We will cover the appropriate dosing and monitoring of NOACs and their appropriate use in different vulnerable patient populations. This course will also review strategies to prevent and manage NOAC-related bleeding in the era of specific reversal agents (antidotes).

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  • New Treatments in Heart Failure

    1 CME Credit

    New Treatments

    This course provides an update and clinical case discussions on new pharmacologic treatments for heart failure, including angiotensin-neprilysin inhibitors, ivabradine and iron. This course is intended for advanced care and specialty physicians including cardiologists, primary care physicians, pharmacists, psychologists, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners.

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  • Sudden Cardiac Death: A Case-Based ACLS Review

    2 CME Credits
    VT

    The course will provide a series of multiple-choice, question-based cases in common and life-threatening clinical entities typically encountered in the urgent care or emergency department environment. Participants will have an opportunity to review and advance their knowledge of current practice patterns and recent advances in clinical emergency medicine. A standardized level of care equivalent to a typical community level hospital in the United States of America will be employed.

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