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December 2020

“Healthcare-Associated Infection Mini-Summit”

Sepsis Alliance Institute* presents…"Healthcare-Associated Infection Mini-Summit" a virtual half-day conference One in every 31 patients has at least one healthcare-associated infection (HAI) each day.  Despite attention and improvements, healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) remain a challenge to healthcare professionals.  Register for the "Healthcare-Associated Infection Mini-Summit" to learn from subject matter experts about the most current clinical knowledge on HAIs, their recommendations on infection prevention and treatment, as well as antibiotic stewardship.  Each lecture presentation will include a question and answer session with…

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September 2020

“Testing and Treatment of 2020-2021 Seasonal Influenza During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

The CDC Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA)* presents..."Testing and Treatment of 2020-2021 Seasonal Influenza During the COVID-19 Pandemic" Influenza surveillance data reported to the World Health Organization’s FluNet platform from three Southern Hemisphere countries (Australia, Chile, and South Africa) indicated low influenza activity during June through August 2020, months that comprise the typical Southern Hemisphere influenza season. The low influenza activity observed in the Southern Hemisphere might reflect the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions implemented to reduce the spread of…

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“Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy”

https://share.vidyard.com/watch/DwyGHLX1cwoyYUCXMEQuNg?   Download a copy of this content. Supporting Documents & Procedures Checklists Please Note: Continuing education credit is only available to those attending the session live. CE credit is not available when accessing the program on demand. HealthTrust presents…“Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy” (Part 2 Update in the Maternal Morbidity & Mortality series) Despite a worldwide trend toward improvement in maternal morbidity and mortality, rates in the U.S. have surged in recent years. Specifically, the unacceptable rates of preventable adverse events…

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“Sepsis: Silent Threat Brought to Light”

Radiometer & acutecaretesting.org* present…"Sepsis: Silent Threat Brought to Light" With the rapid global spread of the confirmed cases of novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19 has impacted the healthcare system across the continuum of care. It becomes vital to identify signs of sepsis early, and initiate prompt treatment when diagnosed. Timely intervention may save lives and organ function. Rapid diagnosis of sepsis is paramount to reduce mortality  |  This webinar will provide updates on prevalence on both neonatal and adults population, but also…

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August 2020

“Code Crimson: Massive Transfusion Protocol”

https://share.vidyard.com/watch/sdS1hPiA9UohhaDgv32Kat?   Download a copy of this content. Supporting Documents & Procedures Checklists Please Note: Continuing education credit is only available to those attending the session live. CE credit is not available when accessing the program on demand. HealthTrust presents... "Code Crimson: Massive Transfusion Protocol" The U.S. rate of severe maternal morbidity at delivery, as defined by a variety of conditions and procedures, increased 45 percent from 2006 through 2015. The cause of this adverse trend is complex and multi-factorial. A…

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May 2020

“Blood Shortage & Coagulopathy in the COVID-19 World”

Z-Medica* presents..."Blood Shortage & Coagulopathy in the COVID-19 World" This clinical forum, driven by a diverse panel of trauma surgeons, will focus on the topic of blood shortage and coagulopathy in a COVID-19 world and also other implications and challenges created due to the pandemic. We welcome you to register for the webinar event on May 19, 2020. Presenters: A. Britt Christmas, M.D., FACS  |  Professor of Surgery, Atrium Health   |  Vice Chief & Associate Medical Director of Trauma   |  President…

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March 2020

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

HealthTrust hosted a live webinar event on March 17: "Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update" Links to important resources from the CDC, WHO and more... On the last day of 2019, a pneumonia of unknown cause was detected in Wuhan, China, and first reported to the World Health Organization (WHO). The virus has continued to spread and the outbreak declared a “public health emergency of international concern” on Jan. 30, 2020. The WHO has since announced a name for the new coronavirus…

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February 2020

“Are You Assessment / Inspection Ready?”

The Grifols Academy of Transfusion Medicine* presents…“Are You Assessment / Inspection Ready?” Being prepared for inspections is a crucial aspect of the clinical laboratory, especially in the transfusion service. In this presentation, Mary will review various strategies for inspection readiness as well as discuss tasks laboratories can complete on a routine basis to ensure they are prepared for an inspection. Best practices for several key elements within the laboratory will be discussed such as quality control, equipment maintenance, competency assessment,…

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September 2019

“The Role of the Clinical Laboratory in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sepsis”

Radiometer & acutecaretesting.org* present…"The Role of the Clinical Laboratory in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sepsis" Sepsis threatens the lives of up to 30 million people each year worldwide. Inappropriate or delayed treatment allows for disease progression to septic shock and as many as 9 million deaths per year. Recent efforts to reduce mortality have focused on generating definitions of sepsis and related conditions. Despite this, the incidence of sepsis has increased significantly in the U.S. with hospitalizations and related…

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July 2019

“Clinical Benefits of Blood Gas Testing in Critical Care: Amazing Stories”

Radiometer and acutecaretesting.org* present…"Clinical Benefits of Blood Gas Testing in Critical Care: Amazing Stories" In 1957, the first blood gas analyzer was developed and it was capable of measuring pH, pCO2 and pO2.  Since then, significant technological advancements have enabled the implementation of low specimen volume test menus that include electrolytes, metabolites and hemoglobin derivations in addition to blood gases and pH. Blood gas analyzers are now routinely used to monitor challenging populations such as critically ill patients.  In this…

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