ADVANCING THE STANDARD OF CARE - CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROVASCULAR EMERGENCIES (2006)

ADVANCING THE STANDARD OF CARE - CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROVASCULAR EMERGENCIES (2006)

EMCREG–International is pleased to present this complimentary 84-page CME monograph covering the proceedings of our satellite symposium at the ACEP Scientific Assembly in New Orleans, Louisiana. A number of important topics are covered in this monograph including management of non-ST-segment elevation and ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome (ACS), the CRUSADE Quality Improvement Initiative, decreasing time to treatment for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, direct thrombin inhibitors in ACS, acute decompensated heart failure care, the use of lactate as a marker for trauma and sepsis, point-of-care testing for cardiac biomarkers, the management of hypertension in acute neurovascular emergencies and advances in acute stroke care.

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CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROVASCULAR EMERGENCIES AND POINT-OF-CARE TESTING

CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROVASCULAR EMERGENCIES AND POINT-OF-CARE TESTING

The Emergency Medicine Cardiac Research and Education Group (EMCREG)-International is pleased to present this monograph representing the proceedings of our satellite symposium at the ACEP Scientific Assembly in Washington, DC, in late September of 2005. In this monograph, you will find a variety of important topics covered including the CRUSADE Quality Improvement Initiative, clopidogrel’s use in ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, low molecular weight heparins in acute coronary syndromes, dyslipidemia, diagnosis and treatment on acute decompensated heart failure, evaluation of pulmonary embolism, cardiac biomarkers in point-of-care testing, the Stroke Center certification concept, evaluation of transient ischemic attacks, and the role of serum biomarkers in the diagnosis of stroke.

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CRUSADE - A ROADMAP FOR CHANGE: 100,000 PATIENTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE. INTERIM ANALYSIS OF THE 100,000 PATIENTS ENROLLMENT MILESTONE

CRUSADE - A ROADMAP FOR CHANGE: 100,000 PATIENTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE. INTERIM ANALYSIS OF THE 100,000 PATIENTS ENROLLMENT MILESTONE

It is with great pleasure that we present this EMCREG International newsletter report describing the first 100,000 patients enrolled into the CRUSADE quality improvement initiative, particularly from the perspective of the emergency physician. This unique clinical program, coordinated by the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) in Durham, North Carolina represents a remarkable collaboration between Emergency Medicine and Cardiology in over 400 acute care hospitals across the United States.

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