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Sunday
Learning Objective:
  • Recall the differences in the mechanism of action between the two groups of coagulation altering medications in use today.
  • Name at least four methods of reversal and stabilization for a critical patient on an antiplatelet or anticoagulation agent.
  • Modify a patient’s plan of care to include education regarding safe use of coagulation altering medications.

Sunday
Learning Objectives:
  • Differentiate between of the role of T cells and B cells.
  • Define monoclonal antibody.
  • Discuss the mechanism of the side effects of mAbs.

Sunday
Learning Objective:
  • List three medical procedures that can be enhanced when performed utilizing procedural sedation.
  • Identify at least three steps that must be taken prior to performing procedural sedation.
  • Recall at least four different medications and their pharmacodynamics as it pertains to procedural sedation.

Sunday
Learning Objectives:
  • Define antibiotic resistome.
  • Explain the importance of “frontloading” concept when dosing antibiotics.
  • Discuss the impact of bacteriophages on resistance.

Sunday
Learning Objective:
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of at least 10 common toxicological emergencies.
  • Restate treatment options for at least 10 common toxicological emergencies.
  • Identify the benefits of glucagon, high dose naloxone, insulin, and lipid therapy in specific toxicological emergencies.

Sunday
Learning Objectives:
  • Identify area of myocardium associated with each lead on the 12 lead ECG.
  • Differentiate ischemia patterns from injury patterns.
  • Accurately identify areas of injury and ischemia on the 12 lead ECG.

Sunday
Learning Objectives:
  • Apply advanced ECG skills in patients presenting with bundle branch block.
  • Apply advanced ECG skills in patients presenting with myocardial mimics.
  • Associate ECG patterns with expected clinical presentations.

Monday
Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss the increasing incidence of diabetes in the hospitalized patient.
  • Identify research-supported glycemic goals for patients based on surgical/medical ailments and age.
  • Describe methods of insulin delivery in the acute care arena as well as safe transition off insulin infusion or transfer out of ICU.

Monday
Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss the best method to evaluate glomerular filtration rate.
  • Describe the use of fractional excretion of sodium in assessing tubular function.
  • Describe the use of newer renal biomarkers in determining acute kidney injury (AKI).

Monday
Learning Objective:
  • The learner will be able to identify the indications for extracorporeal therapies.