Participants who attend the Critical Care Surgery Review will earn up to 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)? by attending three days of didactic lectures with designated question and answer time at the end of each session and at the end of each day. The lectures will focus on best practices concepts, perioperative evaluation, surgical approaches, and strategies for follow-up.
Areas of focus include: Oncologic Emergencies; Abdominal Trauma; Tumor Lysis Syndrome and Other Metabolic Complications; Acute Abdomen; Toxins and Antidotes; Anesthetic Complications and Pain Management; Thoracic Trauma; ARDS and Respiratory Failure; Thermal Injuries: Burns, Frost Bite and Hypothermia; Bleeding, Coagulation, Thrombosis and Pulmonary Emboli; SIRS and MOD and Sepsis Standards of Care; Compartment Syndromes: Extremity, Abdominal and Thoracic; Renal Physiology and Renal Failure (acute and chronic); Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-Base; Perioperative Management of the Acute Cardiac Surgery Patient: Adult and Pediatric; GI Bleeding and Intra-Abdominal Problems in the ICU; Pelvic Trauma; Hemodynamic Assessment, Swan Ganz, Inotrope and Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump; Pediatric Trauma and Emergencies; Infectious Disease Management and Antibiotic Choices; Oxygen Transportations and Ventilator Management; Management of Endocrine Emergencies; Neurosurgical Critical Care; Managing Adult and Pediatric Transplant Patients in the ICU; Metabolism and Nutrition; and Ethical and Legal Issues in Surgical Critical Care Medicine.
This review is will not only improve participants? clinical knowledge-base, but it will also help participants prepare for Critical Care Surgery exams (certifying and MOC).