Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Review 2017


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Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Review

Oakstone Specialty Review

Prep for exams and earn CE credit with this authoritative review while keeping up with rapidly evolving EM best practices.

Prep for Exams with this Specialty Review in Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Review, directed by Barry Simon, MD, Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of California San Francisco, covers rapidly evolving standards of care for emergency medicine patients. This online CME course is designed to reduce errors and improve performance with lectures covering advances in ultrasound applications, changes in CPR recommendations and other clinical guidelines and strategies. An impressive faculty of experts will review the updates, current evidence and rapidly evolving standards of care for emergency medicine patients and instruct you in:

  • Standardized care for acute coronary syndrome, pulmonary embolism, undifferentiated shock
  • Best practices for airway management, ACLS, sepsis care, PE, MI
  • New pharmacological guidelines for management of angioedema, procedural sedation, anticoagulation and other areas


  • New Approaches & Updates in Skin & Soft Tissue Infections – Bradley Frazee, MD
  • Pediatric Fever – Aparajita Sohoni, MD
  • Emerging Infections Confronting the World – Caitlin Bailey, MD
  • Sore Throats That Kill – Herbert Hern, MD, MS
  • Sepsis Update – Amandeep Singh, MDM
  • Street Drugs – Caitlin Bailey, MD
  • Cardiac Drug Toxicity – Kent Olson, MD
  • Drugs that Cause Seizures – Kent Olson, MD
  • Working Up the Acidotic OD – Kent Olson, MD
  • Peripartum Emergencies: Baby – Robert Savio, MD
  • Workup and Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism – Bradley Frazee, MD
  • Literature Review – Top Articles from 2014 and 2017 – Bradley Frazee, MD and Jahan Fahimi, MD, MPH
  • Managing the Bleeding Patient: Updates on Blood Product Use, Massive Transfusion, and TXA – Jahan Fahimi, MD, MPH
  • Challenging Cases in Afib – Eric Snoey, MD
  • ACLS Updates: Cooling, PCI, CPR Techniques – Amandeep Singh, MD
  • ACS Medical Therapy – Amandeep Singh, MD
  • Hyperkalemia and Electrolytes in the Renal Patient – David English, MD, MBI
  • Non-Electrolyte Emergencies in the Dialysis Patient – David English, MD, MBI
  • Diseases in Pregnancy – Charlotte Page Wills, MD
  • Pitfalls in Vaginal Bleeding – Charlotte Page Wills, MD
  • The Precipitous Delivery – Charlotte Page Wills, MD
  • Ethics – What is a POLST/Who Has Decision Making Capacity – David English, MD, MBI
  • Sedating the Agitated Patient – David English, MD, MBI
  • Risk Management, Staying Out of Trouble, the Second Victim – Barry Simon, MD
  • Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking – Hillary Larkin, PA-C
  • Anaphylaxis and Angioedema – Herbert Hern, MD, MS
  • Subarachnoid Bleeds: Updates & Controversies – Douglas White, MD
  • Intractable Nausea and Vomiting/Gastroparesis – Andrew Herring, MD
  • Abdominal Pain in the Elderly – Barry Simon, MD
  • Understanding the Newer Anticoagulants – Eric Snoey, MD
  • Approach to Unplanned Hypothermia – Douglas White, MD
  • Treating Pain in ED Patients with Comorbid Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Disorders – Andrew Herring, MD
  • Healthcare Disparities – Harrison J. Alter, MD, MS
  • Preventing Errors in Airway Management – Barry Simon, MD
  • Pain Management – Andrew Herring, MD
  • Ultrasound in the Workup of Unexplained Shortness of Breath – Daniel Mantuani, MD, MPH
  • Ultrasound and Ocular Emergencies – Arun Nagdev, MD
  • Ultrasound for the Crashing Patient – Arun Nagdev, MD
  • Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks – Andrew Herring, MD
  • Ultrasound Guided Central Venous Cannulation – Arun Nagdev, MD
  • Ophthalmologic Emergencies – Barry Simon, MD
  • Toxicology I – Christopher O. Hoyte, MD
  • Toxicology II – Kennon Heard, MD

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, the participant will be able to:

  • Recognize up to date evidence to close the knowledge gap that may have developed since graduation from residency training
  • Apply ultrasound skills for diagnostic and therapeutic applications
  • Interpret tests, EKGs, and imaging studies with state of the art understanding
  • Compare, contrast, analyze and synthesize data to improve care and decrease errors
  • Design an evaluation and care plan that optimizes costs, efficiency and quality

Intended Audience

This educational activity was designed for community emergency medicine practitioners interested in evidence based updates that have transpired over the past five years, mid-level practitioners working in emergency medicine settings, and EM practitioners who graduated from training programs prior to the widespread teaching of ultrasound applications in emergency medicine.

Date of Original Release: November 1, 2015
Reviewed for Re-release: June 15, 2017
Date Credits Expire: June 15, 2020
Estimated Time to Complete: 27.5 hours
Contact Hours: 27.5

Delivery Method

you will receive download link of the course, the link will NOT expire and can be used anytime



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