- 4.5 CME
- 4.5 EMT
- 4.5 Nursing
Who should attend?
All health professionals working with trauma patients: Physicians, advanced practice clinicians, nurses and EMTs.
Adjunct endovascular therapy treatment in trauma
Speaker: Richard Markiewicz, MD
Great Plains Health Heart & Vascular Center
Objective 1. Understand endovascular options in select trauma cases.
Objective 2. Discuss the endovascular devices used in trauma.
Agitated delirium: Implications for trauma care
Speaker: Eric Lavonas, MD
Objective 1. Name at least three chemical substances known to cause agitated delirium.
Objective 2. Name at least three non-drug causes of agitated delirium.
Objective 3. Understand the safest available approach to gaining initial control of patients with agitated delirium.
Damage control orthopaedics
Speaker: Cyril Mauffrey, MD, FACS, FRCS
Objective 1. Understand the basic concepts of when to fix patients with multiple injuries.
Objective 2. Understand the definitions of damage control and how they apply in practice.
What's new in rib fracture management?
Speaker: Fredric M. Pieracci, MD, MPH, FACS
Objective 1. Discuss admission algorithms for rib fracture patients.
Objective 2. Review optimal pain management of rib fracture patients.
Objective 3. Review indications and technique of rib fixation.
Neurosurgical management of trauma
Speaker: Kathryn Beauchamp, MD
Objective 1. To understand importance of early identification of traumatic neurological injuries.
Objective 2. To understand definitions and applications of neurosurgical interventions in the trauma patient.
Objective 3. To review indications of neurosurgical interventions.