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June 2020

On-demand Program: “Advances in OSA Management: Treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea”

As part of its Better Outcomes Webinar Series, Saxe Communications & Philips* present…a new On-demand program... "Advances in OSA Management: Treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea" Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea (POSA) is not a new disorder. It has long been recognized that sleep position can affect the severity of OSA. Positional therapy, along with weight management, is one of the most commonly used methods for treating POSA patients. There are many sleep devices on the market today to prevent sleeping in…

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May 2020

“Why Wound Care?” on-demand programs for Practicing Clinicians

HMP* presents 40..."Why Wound Care?"on-demand programs for Practicing Clinicians 6.5 million U.S. patients are affected by non-healing wounds each year. With our aging population and the increase in diabetes and obesity these numbers will continue to rise. The need for specialized wound care clinicians has never been greater. Over 40 presentations on key wound care topics were developed by leading educators within this field as a way to encourage students and clinicians to consider a career as a wound care…

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3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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“Why Wound Care?” on-demand programs for Practicing Clinicians

HMP* presents 40..."Why Wound Care?"on-demand programs for Practicing Clinicians 6.5 million U.S. patients are affected by non-healing wounds each year. With our aging population and the increase in diabetes and obesity these numbers will continue to rise. The need for specialized wound care clinicians has never been greater. Over 40 presentations on key wound care topics were developed by leading educators within this field as a way to encourage students and clinicians to consider a career as a wound care…

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3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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Webinar Series Opioid-Sparing RA techniques, (part 4 of 4) – “Surgeon Placed Continuous Periarticular Nerve Blockade for Patients Undergoing TKA”

Avanos* presents part four of Opioid-Sparing RA techniques…"Surgeon Placed Continuous Periarticular Nerve Blockade for Patients Undergoing TKA" As hospitals and ASCs plan for the return of elective surgeries it is important to consider Regional Anesthesia (RA) over General Anesthesia (GA) for patients with Covid-19 per ASRA guidance.¹ Please join us for a webinar series on Opioid-Sparing RA techniques. Presenter: Sridhar Rachala, M.D.  |  Assistant professor of  Orthopaedic Surgery  |  University at Buffalo, SUNY Please direct questions to avanospainmanagement.com. NOTE: This…

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Webinar Series Opioid-Sparing RA techniques, (part 3 of 4) – “Erector Spinae Plane (ESP) Block – A Novel Regional Anesthetic Technique for Acute Pain”

Avanos* presents part three of Opioid-Sparing RA techniques…"Erector Spinae Plane (ESP) Block – A Novel Regional Anesthetic Technique for Acute Pain" As hospitals and ASCs plan for the return of elective surgeries it is important to consider Regional Anesthesia (RA) over General Anesthesia (GA) for patients with Covid-19 per ASRA guidance.¹ Please join us for a webinar series on Opioid-Sparing RA techniques. Presenter:   Jon Y. Zhou, M.D.  |  Assistant Clinical Professor  |  Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine  | …

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“A Pathway Forward from COVID-19: Strategies for Sustainable Readiness”

Owens & Minor* presents... "A Pathway Forward from COVID-19: Strategies for Sustainable Readiness" While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created multiple challenges for healthcare personnel, it has also provided an opportunity to hardwire basic infection control practices across the entire continuum of care. Of paramount importance moving forward is providing protection for both healthcare professionals and patients alike. This webinar will explore an evidence-based and pragmatic approach toward achieving this protection in the near future. Dr. Garrett’s presentation will provide…

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“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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New On-demand program: “Preventing the “Fall” Controlling Pediatric Asthma & Flare-ups During Peak Season”

As part of its Better Outcomes Webinar Series, Saxe Communications and Philips* present…a new On-demand program: "Preventing the "Fall" Controlling Pediatric Asthma & Flare-ups During Peak Season" The fall season is associated with an increase in episodes of poor asthma control and exacerbations for a child with asthma. Children returning to school are exposed to a variety of different triggers including viral infections, environmental triggers in the school and other exposures. With proper management and asthma control measures, most asthma-related…

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