Pulmonary Embolism: Rapid Risk Stratification and Anticoagulation Management (Multiple Modules)
Pulmonary embolisms are common, with over half a million cases annually in the United States, causing over 100,000 deaths. Most clinicians do not have significant expertise in the assessment and rapid risk stratification of patients with pulmonary embolism. Learn more about pulmonary embolisms from pulmonologist Javier Perez Fernandez, M.D.
Who is a clotter? Who is a bleeder? Learn more about clotting and anticoagulation from hematologist Steven Fein, M.D.
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|Course Topics and Faculty||Credits|
|Evidence-based Clinical Care: Pulmonary Embolism Clinical Pathway|
Javier Perez-Fernandez, M.D.
|Clotting and Anticoagulants|
Steven Fein, M.D., MPH
Family physicians, general internists, hospitalists, emergency department physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, dietitians and respiratory therapists.
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