UW Emergency Radiology Review 2019-Videos+PDFs

UW Emergency Radiology Review 2019-Videos+PDFs

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Date of Original Release: October 15, 2019
Date Credits Expire: October 14, 2022
Estimated Time to Complete this CME Program: 17.25 Hours
Method of Physician Participation: Review video/audio program of conference sessions

File Size: 2.65 Gb

University of Washington Clinical Update (SA-CME)

Expert faculty reinforce your knowledge and enhance your ability to make quick, informed imaging decisions in this broad-ranging emergency radiology course.

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UW Emergency Radiology Review provides extensive coverage of key topics in emergency radiology. Led by experts from the University of Washington School of Medicine, it focuses on epidemiology and mechanisms of trauma, clinicians’ expectations of imaging, and an integrated imaging approach to injuries of the head, neck, spine, torso, pelvis, and appendicular skeleton. This CME program will help you to:

  • Promptly decide the appropriate imaging studies to perform in emergency situations
  • Identify less common clinical conditions presenting in the emergency setting
  • Revise imaging protocols to optimize diagnostic accuracy while minimizing radiation
  • Correctly interpret emergency imaging studies and recognize when additional imaging is indicated

Topics/Speakers

  • Mass Casualty Preparedness – Ferco Berger, MD
  • Thrombotic and Non-Thrombotic Pulmonary Embolism: Pitfalls in Diagnosis – Christopher Walker, MD
  • Bowel and Mesenteric Trauma – Nupur Verma, MD
  • Tips and Tricks for Interpreting CTs in Patients with Prior Abdominal Surgery – David Coy, MD, PhD
  • MRI for Pediatric Appendicitis – Sherwin Chan, MD, PhD
  • Pediatric GI Emergencies – Elizabeth Tang, MD
  • Pediatric Whole Body Trauma – Joseph Hunt, MD
  • Acute Stroke Imaging – Charles Colip, MD
  • Acute Stroke Intervention – Melanie Walker, MD
  • Daily Case Summary – Jeffrey Robinson, MD, MBA, FACR
  • Thoracolumbar Spine Trauma – Ken Linnau, MD, MS
  • Calcaneus Fractures and Lisfranc Injuries – Nicholas Beckmann, MD
  • Acetabulum Injuries – Susanna Spence, MD
  • Knee Injuries – Jonathan Medverd, MD
  • Maxillofacial Trauma – Krystal Archer-Arroyo, MD
  • Orbital Trauma – Krystal Archer-Arroyo, MD
  • Intracranial Hemorrhage – Kathleen Fink, MD
  • Pediatric Abusive Head and Spine Trauma – Jason Wright, MD
  • Child with Limp – Sarah Menashe, MD
  • Daily Case Summary – Jeffrey Robinson, MD, MBA, FACR
  • Review, Updates, and Challenges in Injury Grading – Joel Gross, MD, MS
  • Traumatic Abdominal Wall Injuries – Scott Steenburg, MD
  • Overview of Solid Organ Trauma – Scott Steenburg, MD
  • Imaging the Pregnant Trauma/Emergency Patient – Jesse Knight, MD
  • Blunt Chest Trauma – Krystal Archer-Arroyo, MD
  • Penetrating Chest Trauma – Krystal Archer-Arroyo, MD
  • The Patchy Chest X-Ray – Rachael Edwards, MD
  • Emergency Neuroimaging in the Immunocompromised and Oncologic Patient – Christopher Potter, MD
  • Dual Energy CT: Neuroradiology Applications – Krystal Archer-Arroyo, MD
  • Daily Case Summary – Jeffrey Robinson, MD, MBA, FACR
  • Blunt Cerebrovascular Injuries – Aaron Rutman, MD
  • Shoulder and Hip Injuries – Christine Rehwald, MD
  • Wrist and Hand Injuries – Claire Sandstrom, MD
  • Bone and Joint Infections – Tarek Hanna, MD
  • Acute Aortic Syndromes – Jeffrey Robinson, MD, MBA, FACR
  • Traumatic Aortic Injuries – Jeffrey Robinson, MD, MBA, FACR
  • Coronary CTA in the ED – Eric Roberge, MD
  • Imaging Considerations in Patients with Nonstandard Gender – Roberta Dalley, MD
  • Dual Energy CT: Applications in the Emergent Setting – Krystal Archer-Arroyo, MD
  • Daily Case Summary – Jeffrey Robinson, MD, MBA, FACR