AMS - 2021-EMde-Emergency Medicine- Dermatology

$119.00

5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
$119.00
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Topics and Objectives

Title: EMde-Emergency Medicine- Dermatology: Drug Eruptions: Etiology, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment; Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part I: Bacterial, Viral, and Fungal; Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part II: Parasites, Bites, and Stings.

Faculty: Renee Straub, M.D. Lorraine Rosamilia, M.D.

Original Release Date: July 1, 2021  Expiration Date: July 1, 2024

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES FOR EACH TOPIC:

TOPIC 1: Drug Eruptions: Etiology, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment.

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

  1. Recognize the numerous eruptions, such as DRESS, SJS and TEN, induced by medications.
  2. Recognize, identify and avoid the “most common” suspected drugs in producing certain reaction patterns.
  3. Employ workup and treatment of DRESS and other severe drug reactions.

TOPIC 2: Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part I: Bacterial, Viral, and Fungal.

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

  1. Differentiate viral infections like herpes simplex and herpes zoster based on morphology, distribution of lesions, and laboratory testing.
  2. Determine appropriate treatment and prevention (including vaccination) plans for herpes simplex and herpes zoster as per CDC and FDA recommendations.
  3. Diagnose bacterial (including MRSA) and fungal infections of the skin and employ first line therapy.

TOPIC 3: Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part II: Parasites, Bites, and Stings.

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

  1. Outline key travel history inquiries and diagnostic modalities for patients with parasitic infections and initiate first line therapy
  2. Speciate arthropods and that commonly cause skin disease like ticks, mites, bed bugs, and stinging insects so that appropriate therapy can be initiated acutely.
  3. Review preventative measures, including indications and safety of pesticides, and other measures for arthropod assault avoidance.


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Title: EMde-Emergency Medicine- Dermatology: Drug Eruptions: Etiology, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment; Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part I: Bacterial, Viral, and Fungal; Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part II: Parasites, Bites, and Stings.

Faculty: Renee Straub, M.D. Lorraine Rosamilia, M.D.

Original Release Date: July 1, 2021  Expiration Date: July 1, 2024

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES FOR EACH TOPIC:

TOPIC 1: Drug Eruptions: Etiology, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment.

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

  1. Recognize the numerous eruptions, such as DRESS, SJS and TEN, induced by medications.
  2. Recognize, identify and avoid the “most common” suspected drugs in producing certain reaction patterns.
  3. Employ workup and treatment of DRESS and other severe drug reactions.

TOPIC 2: Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part I: Bacterial, Viral, and Fungal.

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

  1. Differentiate viral infections like herpes simplex and herpes zoster based on morphology, distribution of lesions, and laboratory testing.
  2. Determine appropriate treatment and prevention (including vaccination) plans for herpes simplex and herpes zoster as per CDC and FDA recommendations.
  3. Diagnose bacterial (including MRSA) and fungal infections of the skin and employ first line therapy.

TOPIC 3: Cutaneous Infections and Infestations, Part II: Parasites, Bites, and Stings.

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

  1. Outline key travel history inquiries and diagnostic modalities for patients with parasitic infections and initiate first line therapy
  2. Speciate arthropods and that commonly cause skin disease like ticks, mites, bed bugs, and stinging insects so that appropriate therapy can be initiated acutely.
  3. Review preventative measures, including indications and safety of pesticides, and other measures for arthropod assault avoidance.