JOHNSBURG, IL (PRWEB)
September 15, 2017
Every minute, an American dies from a cardiovascular emergency. Seconds can mean the difference between life and death. The Heart Course: Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Care for the Frontline Provider, a 4-day live Continuing Medical Education (CME) meeting, will be held November 6-9, 2017 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. Designed to help frontline providers immediately recognize and treat these emergency conditions, the course offers unique educational experiences including hands-on seminars, presentations by leading health-care experts, and reports on the latest research in the management of acute cardiovascular emergencies. Four optional workshops, Cardiac Ischemia – Classic, Confusing, and Confounding Patterns, Diagnosis and Management of Tough Dysrhythmias, The ECHO Workshop, and Resuscitative Ultrasound are also being presented.
Physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other professionals who provide care to patients with acute cardiovascular problems are invited to attend this live continuing medical education meeting. Practitioners may earn up to 28.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ of participation of continuing medical education.
The faculty members for the meeting, who will present and help guide discussions, are Dr. Peter S. Pang (Indiana University School of Medicine), Dr. Amer Z. Aldeen (US Acute Care Solutions), Dr. Amal Mattu (University of Maryland School of Medicine), Dr. Laura J. Bontempo (University of Maryland Medical Center), Dr. Megan Fix (University of Utah School of Medicine), Dr. Jestin Carlson (US Acute Care Solutions), Dr. Ben Hunter (Indiana University School of Medicine), and Dr. Frances Russell (Indiana University School of Medicine).
At the conclusion of this meeting,…