MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE BLEEDING IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH ORAL ANTICOAGULANTS

MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE BLEEDING IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH ORAL ANTICOAGULANTS

For emergency physicians, critical care physicians, hospitalists, cardiologists, internists, surgeons, and family physicians, the current approach and disease indications for treatment with anticoagulants such as coumadin, Factor IIa, and Factor Xa inhibitors are particularly relevant. When a patient treated with anticoagulants presents to the Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit, or Operating Room with severe, uncontrollable bleeding, achieving rapid, controlled hemostasis is critically important to saving the patient’s life.

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COAGULATION CONTROVERSIES: IMPROVING CARE FOR PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AND CRITICAL CARE ENVIRONMENT AT RISK FOR THROMBOSIS, EMBOLUS, AND MAJOR BLEEDING

COAGULATION CONTROVERSIES: IMPROVING CARE FOR PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AND CRITICAL CARE ENVIRONMENT AT RISK FOR THROMBOSIS, EMBOLUS, AND MAJOR BLEEDING

In this EMCREG-International Monograph you will find a detailed discussion regarding the treatment of patients requiring anticoagulation and the reversal of anticoagulation for patients with severe bleeding.

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CONTINUUM OF CARE FOR ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME: OPTIMIZING TREATMENT FOR STEMI AND NSTE-ACS

CONTINUUM OF CARE FOR ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME: OPTIMIZING TREATMENT FOR STEMI AND NSTE-ACS

In this EMCREG-International Monograph you will find a detailed discussion regarding the treatment of this important disease entity, acute coronary syndrome (ACS), which impacts millions of patients across the United States each year. This is a “state of the art” Monograph for emergency physicians, cardiologists, and hospitalists which provides the evidence basis for the optimal approach to treating ACS.

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ADVANCES IN THE TREATMENT OF STABLE CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE AND PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE

ADVANCES IN THE TREATMENT OF STABLE CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE AND PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE

In this EMCREG-International Monograph, Advances in the Treatment of Stable Coronary Artery Disease and Peripheral Artery Disease, you will find a detailed discussion regarding the treatment of these two critically important disease entities. For cardiologists, internists, family physicians, hospitalists and emergency physicians, the current approach and evolution of treatment for stable coronary artery disease (CAD) and peripheral artery disease (PAD) are particularly relevant and represent a fertile area for improving care for these patients.

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IMPACT OF HIGH SENSITIVITY TROPONIN ON THE EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME

IMPACT OF HIGH SENSITIVITY TROPONIN ON THE EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME

In this EMCREG-International Monograph you will find a detailed discussion regarding the use of high sensitivity troponin assays in patients presenting to the hospital with ACS from multiple perspectives including Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Hospital Medicine, Laboratory Medicine, and Emergency Nursing.

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OPTIMAL THERAPY FOR ACS: USING GUIDELINE-BASED TREATMENTS IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING

OPTIMAL THERAPY FOR ACS: USING GUIDELINE-BASED TREATMENTS IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING

In this EMCREG-International Monograph, you will find a variety of cardiovascular articles which will hopefully be helpful to you in your practice of Emergency Medicine and Acute Care Medicine. These topics which are extremely important to emergency physicians, hospitalists, and other acute care providers such as physician assistants and nurse practitioners as they care for these often critically-ill patients.

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CARING FOR CRITICALLY ILL AND INJURED PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

CARING FOR CRITICALLY ILL AND INJURED PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Join faculty experts as they review Emergency Physicians and Hospitalists care daily for patients who are critically ill and injured. The management of these patients is often complex and requires detailed diagnostic and therapeutic information, as well as a thorough understanding of disease pathophysiology.

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COAGULATION CATASTROPHIES: TAKING CARE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT CASES IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE

COAGULATION CATASTROPHIES: TAKING CARE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT CASES IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE

This monograph covers advances in cardiac biomarker diagnostics including high-sensitivity troponin assays and CT coronary angiography, novel anticoagulant therapy, advances in antiplatelet therapy which have been incorporated into the latest ACCF/AHA guidelines, the interventional cardiologists perspective, and novel diagnostics for determining a patient’s clotting status by thromboelastography.

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THE EVOLVING LANDSCAPE OF ACS IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING: FOCUS ON ANTIPLATELET AND ANTICOAGULATION THERAPY

THE EVOLVING LANDSCAPE OF ACS IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING: FOCUS ON ANTIPLATELET AND ANTICOAGULATION THERAPY

Transcript monograph from the 2013 EMCREG-International Symposium held in Seattle, Washington on October 13, 2013. This is presented as an interactive piece which features discussion of the new 2012 ACCF/AHA Guideline for the Treatment of Non-ST-segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction and Unstable Angina and the 2013 ACCF/AHA Guideline for the treatment of ST-segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction. Emphasis will be placed on the antiplatelet and anticoagulant portion of the guidelines.

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ADVANCING THE STANDARD OF CARE - CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROVASCULAR EMERGENCIES (2010)

ADVANCING THE STANDARD OF CARE - CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROVASCULAR EMERGENCIES (2010)

EMCREG–International is pleased to present this complimentary CME monograph covering the proceedings of our 2010 webcasts. The events and this monograph covered important current and emerging acute care topics including risk stratification of ACS, ACS anticoagulation, thienopyridine therapy, novel antiplatelet agents prasugrel and ticagrelor, hypertensive emergencies, the obesity epidemic, acute heart failure treatment, and acute stroke.

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