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ASN Critical Care Nephrology: 2020 Update (On-Demand) (CME VIDEOS)

Written by | 07/01/2021 | 0 comments

24 Videos + 23 PDFs
$500 ~ $40
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Course Description

Designed for trainees, practicing nephrologists, and other nephrology providers who care for critically ill patients with kidney diseases, this program reviews principles of critical care nephrology and provides updates on the latest developments. Presentations cover topics in critical care medicine relevant to nephrology providers: hemodynamic monitoring and support, management of critical illness in patients with ESRD, ethical issues, management of AKI in specific clinical settings, and management of critically ill patients with AKI, including specific populations. In addition, the program covers the short- and long-term outcomes of AKI, how to manage patients with AKI and persistent dialysis needs, and key considerations when prescribing RRT.

All presentations will be available on-demand starting one week prior to the program through December 4. This program will feature two live, interactive sessions on October 19-20 which will be available on-demand after the live sessions. Note: There is no syllabus.

ASN designates this blended learning activity for a maximum of 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Nurses: This activity is awarded up to 16.5 ANCC contact hours.

Pharmacists: This live educational offering has been approved for 16.5 contact hours.

(The credits total has been updated based on actual time.)

Course Objective(s)

Upon completion of the program, the participant will be able to: 1) describe evidence-based approaches to the management of shock; 2) discuss the diagnosis and management of cardiorenal and hepatorenal syndromes; 3) characterize current evidence for the clinical use of AKI biomarkers; 4) describe the long-term complications for patients who survive an episode of AKI; and 5) explain the most appropriate dose and prescription of RRT for critically ill patients with AKI.

Topics :

Shock Therapy: Vasopressors and Inotropes
Fluids as Drugs
Preparing the High-Risk Kidney Patient for Surgery
Management of Hypertensive Emergencies: A Case-Based Approach
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Therapy: A Primer for Nephrology Providers
Ethics: When Can You Say No?
Hepatorenal Syndrome
Year in Review 2020: Critical Care
Cardiorenal Syndrome
Hemodynamic Monitoring: Invasive and Noninvasive Approaches
AKI and Cancer
Renal Management of Poisoning and Intoxication
Dosing and Modality of RRT
Using Prolonged Intermittent RRT in the Intensive Care Unit: How Do I Prescribe It? When Do I Use It?
AKI in Pregnant Patients: What Nephrologists (or Physicians) and Advanced Practitioners Need to Know
The Critically Ill ESRD Patient
Long-Term AKI Outcomes and Follow-Up
Primary Prevention of AKI
Management of Outpatients with AKI Requiring RRT
Drug Dosing in AKI, Including the Impact of RRT
Timing of RRT in AKI
Advanced CRRT Practices: A Case-Based Approach

Release Date : October 14, 2020 

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