Pediatrics - Wellness

$134.00

5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
$134.00
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Title: PDwe-Pediatrics – Wellness: Child Physical Abuse; Pain Management; Foreign Body Aspirated/Ingested

Faculty: John M. Loiselle, M.D., F.A.A.P., Richard J. Scarfone, M.D., F.A.A.P., Mark D. Joffe, M.D.

Original Release Date: July 1, 2020  Expiration Date: July 1, 2023

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES FOR EACH TOPIC:

TOPIC 1: Clinical Clues to Detecting Child Physical Abuse

Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP, GL

  1. Identify findings that are characteristic of physical abuse.
  2. Distinguish physical findings often confused with physical abuse.
  3. Formulate further evaluation based on the most recent AAP guidelines.

TOPIC 2: Pain Management in the Office and ED

Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to:  EBM, GL, COMP

  1. Employ the American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Academy of Pediatrics, and American College of Emergency Physicians fasting guidelines for procedural sedation.
  2. Manage the pain associated with specific illnesses or injuries commonly seen in an office setting.
  3. Manage the pain and sedation needs of children with specific illnesses or injuries commonly seen in an ED.

TOPIC 3: Dilemma of the Foreign Body – Aspirated or Ingested

Upon completion of this session, using evidence-based medicine, the participant should be able to: EBM, COMP

  1. Distinguish the epidemiology and clinical presentation of aspirated versus ingested foreign bodies.
  2. Analyze the rationale for radiographic evaluation of children with a history of foreign body ingestion.
  3. Review the diagnostic approach and radiographic interpretation of children with aspirated foreign bodies.
Total Cost: $

    Title: Pediatrics – Wellness: Child Physical Abuse; Pain Management; Foreign Body Aspirated/Ingested

    Course ID: PDwe

    Faculty: 

    AMS - Joffe

    Mark D. Joffe, M.D.

    Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania; Director, Community Pediatric Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, PA

    AMS - Scarfone

    Richard J. Scarfone, M.D.

    Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania; Medical Director, Emergency Preparedness, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, PA

    AMS - Loiselle

    John M. Loiselle, M.D.

    Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University; Director, Division of Emergency Medicine, Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DE

    Original Release Date: July 1, 2020  Expiration Date: July 1, 2023

    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES FOR EACH TOPIC:

    TOPIC 1: Clinical Clues to Detecting Child Physical Abuse

    Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP, GL

    1. Identify findings that are characteristic of physical abuse.
    2. Distinguish physical findings often confused with physical abuse.
    3. Formulate further evaluation based on the most recent AAP guidelines.

    TOPIC 2: Pain Management in the Office and ED

    Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to:  EBM, GL, COMP

    1. Employ the American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Academy of Pediatrics, and American College of Emergency Physicians fasting guidelines for procedural sedation.
    2. Manage the pain associated with specific illnesses or injuries commonly seen in an office setting.
    3. Manage the pain and sedation needs of children with specific illnesses or injuries commonly seen in an ED.

    TOPIC 3: Dilemma of the Foreign Body – Aspirated or Ingested

    Upon completion of this session, using evidence-based medicine, the participant should be able to: EBM, COMP

    1. Distinguish the epidemiology and clinical presentation of aspirated versus ingested foreign bodies.
    2. Analyze the rationale for radiographic evaluation of children with a history of foreign body ingestion.
    3. Review the diagnostic approach and radiographic interpretation of children with aspirated foreign bodies.