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The Brigham Board Review in Critical Care Medicine

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The Brigham Board Review in Critical Care Medicine

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Board Review

Improve patient outcomes with this CME program detailing the latest developments and best practice guidelines in critical care medicine.

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Discover the Latest Trends in Critical Care Medicine

The Brigham Board Review in Critical Care Medicine is a wide-ranging review of the essential topics in the field. It highlights best practice guidelines for the management of various emergency situations encountered in critical care along with the latest developments and helps you stay informed. Led by Gerald L. Weinhouse, MD, it covers a wide range of topics like hemorrhagic shock, sepsis, acute coronary syndrome, arrhythmias, approach to the comatose patient, acid-base disorders, and ore. It will help you to better:

– Apply current/recommended critical care guidelines in clinical practice

– Perform differential diagnosis of complex clinical presentations related to critical care disorders

– Apply the latest therapeutic options for specific critical care disorders

– Evaluate and interpret up-to-date literature relevant to clinical practice

– Apply knowledge of pathophysiology in the management of critical care disorders

– Prepare for ABIM critical care medicine certification/recertification exams

– Incorporate new knowledge into daily practice to provide optimal care to patients

CHECK SAMPLES

The Brigham Board Review in Critical Care Medicine Topics

1

Septic Shock – Principles and Practices of Resuscitation – Rebecca M. Baron, MD

2

Sepsis New Definitions and Guidelines – Chanu Rhee, MD

3

Hemodynamic Monitoring – Aaron Waxman, MD, PhD

4

Hemorrhagic Shock – Edward Kelly, MD

5

Approach to Diagnosis and Management of Cardiogenic Shock – Akshay Desai, MD, MPH

6

ARDS-New Definition and Treatment – Taylor Thompson, MD

7

ARDS – Mechanical Ventilation – Taylor Thompson, MD

8

Management of Severe Obstructive Lung Disease – Bartolome R. Celli, MD

9

Invasive and non-Invasive Mechanical Ventilation Basic Principles and Goals – Paul F. Nuccio, MS, RRT, FAARC

10

Mechanical Ventilation Liberation and ABCDEF Bundle – Anthony F. Massaro, MD

11

Acute Coronary Syndromes – Benjamin M. Scirica, MD, MPH, FACC

12

Arrhythmias – Melanie Maytin, MD

13

Indications and management of implantable electronic cardiac devices in ICU patients – Melanie Maytin, MD

14

Post-Cardiac Arrest Care – Benjamin M. Scirica, MD, MPH, FACC

15

Pulmonary Embolism in the ICU – Samuel Goldhaber, MD

16

Pancreatitis – Julia McNabb-Baltar, MD

17

GI Bleed – Linda Lee, MD

18

Acute Liver Failure – Anna Rutherford, MD, MPH

19

Advances in Stroke – Galen V. Henderson, MD

20

Intracranial Hypertension – Galen V. Henderson, MD

21

Seizures and Status Epilepticus – Galen V. Henderson, MD

22

Approach to the Comatose Patient – Galen V. Henderson, MD

23

Transfusion Practices in the ICU – James Rawn, MD

24

Coagulopathies and Thrombocytopenia – Jean M. Connors, MD

25

Acute Kidney Injury and Renal Replacement Therapy – Kenneth B. Christopher, MD

26

Acid-base Disorders; ABG’s – Kenneth B. Christopher, MD

27

Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia Diagnosis, Therapy, Prevention – Michael Klompas, MD

28

Infection, FUO, and Antibiotic Use in the ICU – Jennifer A. Johnson, MD

29

Hyperglycemia and Glycemic Control in the ICU – Margo s. Hudson, MD

30

Endocrine Crises in the ICU – Margo S. Hudson, MD

31

Fundamentals of Clinical Nutrition Essentials for the Critical Care Specialist – Malcolm K. Robinson, MD

32

Prophylaxis in the ICU – Kathleen Haley, MD

33

Treatment of the Patient with Burns and Inhalational Injuries – Simon G. Talbot, MD

34

Abdominal Catastrophes and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome – Edward Kelly, MD

35

Obstetrical Critical Care – Katherine E. Economy, MD

36

Ethical Dilemmas in the ICU – Kathleen Haley, MD

37

Critical Care Pharmacology – James F. Gilmore, PharmD, BCCCP, BCPS

38

Toxic Ingestions – J. Kevin Tucker, MD

39

Sedation and Delirium in the ICU – Gerald L. Weinhouse, MD

40

ICU Issues for the Transplant Patient – Hilary Goldberg, MD

41

Mechanical Support Devices in ICU – Philip C. Camp, MD

42

Ultrasound in the ICU What Every Intensivist Should Know – Raghu R. Seethala, MD

43

Post Intensive Care Syndrome – Daniela Lamas, MD

Learning Objectives

After viewing this program, participants should be able to:

– Apply current/recommended critical care guidelines in clinical practice

– Perform differential diagnosis of complex clinical presentations related to critical care disorders

– Identify and apply current therapeutic options for specific critical care disorders

– Analyze and interpret up-to-date literature relevant to clinical practice in critical care medicine

– Recognize and apply knowledge of pathophysiology as it applies to management of critical care disorders

– Apply knowledge gained to the ABIM certification/recertification critical care examinations

Intended Audience

The primary group of learners will be fellows/trainees and practicing critical care specialists (MDs), NPs, and other professional affiliates (internists with an interest in critical care) who are preparing to take ABIM Board Review or Recertification Examinations or who seek CME activities to improve patient care in the area of critical care medicine. This activity is also appropriate for surgeons who want to update their knowledge in critical care. Currently, the target audience is regional, national, and international.

Designation

Date of Original Release: November 1, 2019

Date Credits Expire: November 1, 2022

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