CME –  for Medical Emergency Professionals

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting: Optimizing Management for Every Patient

Devoted to providing the latest information and supporting the most forward-looking therapeutic approaches, the US HAEA has created a groundbreaking educational activity (CME): Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting: Optimizing Management for Every Patient

 

  • Angioedema in the Emergency Setting - Optimizing Management for Every Patient

    The HAEA is also proud to provide a CME module specific to the Emergency Department: Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting – Optimizing Management for Every Patient.  Drs. Marc Riedl and Jesse Pines cover the unexpected challenges that angioedema can present in the Emergency Medicine setting.  Physiology and differential diagnosis for angioedemas are also discussed.  This CME program is valuable to physicians, nurses, and others outside of the ER setting as well

    The US HAEA invites you to log on to www.haeedu.com to take advantage of this and other HAE educational resources.   Once you are on the website, click on the Program Information tab at the top of the page for a drop down list from which you can choose your desired program.
    Faculty:
    Marc A. Riedl, MD, MS
    Professor of Medicine UCSD Allergy and Immunology,
    Department of Medicine Clinical Director, US HAEA Angioedema Center at UCSD

    Jesse Pines, MD, MBA, MSCE
    Director of the Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research at The George Washington University
    Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy

 

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