Emergency Radiology CME
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Looking to meet your Emergency Radiology CME requirements? Expand your knowledge on the most important topics including chest trauma, neck infections, and cardiac CT with this selection of Emergency Radiology CME courses, board reviews, and other activities. Physicians sub specializing in Emergency Radiology must maintain a continual average of 75 AMA PRA Category 1™ Credits over the three previous years to meet the American Board of Radiology Maintenance of Certification requirements.
Meetings By Mail presents Penn Radiology Emergency Imaging: Acute Diagnoses, designed to address the most commonly seen disorders occurring in emergent circumstances. An elite faculty will provide participants with practical lessons to enhance image acquisition and interpretation skills for a wide range of clinical presentations. Selected topics in neuroradiology, abdominal, musculoskeletal, chest and pediatric imaging are presented to ensure confident emergency interpretations, so the practitioner is never out of their comfort zone. Worth up to 15.75 AMA PRA Category I Credits™, all applicable as SA-CME for Maintenance of Certification requirements.</p.
Focus: Pulmonary embolism, imaging in the ICU, thoracic trauma, imaging “found down” patients, facial injuries, acute RUQ pain, abdominal/pelvic trauma, musculoskeletal infections, muscle injuries, pediatric acute abdomen, child abuse and much more!See full details chevron_right
Topics covered by UW Emergency Radiology Review include:
Chest Trauma, Acute Aortic Syndrome, Imaging of Liver Injuries, Neck Infections, Acute Traumatic Brain Injury, Cardiac CT, Imaging of Gunshot Wounds, Maxillofacial Trauma, Orbital Imaging, Pelvic Ring Trauma and many more.
After going through UW Emergency Radiology Review, you should be able to:
• Rapidly determine the appropriate imaging studies to perform
• Become familiar with some less common clinical conditions that present in the emergency setting
• Update imaging protocols to optimize diagnostic accuracy while minimizing radiation
• Accurately interpret emergency imaging studies, and recognize when additional imaging is indicated
Radiologists (residents, fellows and practicing radiologists) and imaging technologists. Other practitioners, such as physician assistants, nurse practitioners and MDs working in emergency departments, may also find the imaging approach and interpretation to be useful.
Duke Radiology Emergency Imaging focuses on the best applications of MR, CT and Ultrasound in emergent situations, with practical solutions in mind. Topics include abdominal, pediatric, neuro, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and interventional imaging.
After studying Duke Radiology Emergency Imaging you will be better able to:
• Identify and discuss the latest modalities and techniques being used in Emergency Imaging
• Discuss differential diagnoses of common disease processes as they are seen on radiologic images
• Demonstrate a greater understanding of the latest modalities and techniques being used to diagnose and treat various disease processes.
Radiologists and other specialists having an interest in EMERGENCY IMAGING.
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