|Primary Care: Acute and Chronic Cardiovascular-respiratory topics and ECG fundamentals
|Mon Apr 15, 2024 - Fri Apr 19, 2024
|St. Pete Beach, Florida
|Hilton Garden Inn St Pete Beach (Click Here for Room Block Booking)
Joe Nemeth, MD (Learn More)
Dr. Nemeth completed his emergency medicine training in the US and Europe. He has been working at the McGill University Health Centre since 2001. He is an Associate Professor/Member in the Departments of Emergency Medicine/Pediatrics/Critical Care at McGill University. He is also the creator and director of the Trauma Fellowship for Emergency Medicine physicians, the Resuscitation Fellowship and the General Emergency Medicine Fellowship. He divides his clinical work as an emergency medicine physician and trauma team leader between the Montreal General and Montreal Children’s Hospitals. He has extensive experience in international level teaching and lecturing and has been invited as keynote/plenary speaker to many international events. His academic interests include trauma, PEM,CRM, education and global health.
Jerry Jones (Learn More)
Retired emergency physician, author, speaker, instructor and and internationally-recognized expert in electrocardiography. In 2023 Dr. Jones wrote and published the book “Getting Acquainted With Wide Complex Tachycardias – A Workbook for the Electrocardiographically Confused!”
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|The P Wave, the QRS and the T Wave
|What are leads and what do they tell us?
|How do I recognize problems in the atria?
|How do I recognize problems in the AV node and beyond?
|How do I recognize problems in the ventricles? Part 1: Chamber Enlargement
|How do I recognize problems in the ventricles? Part 2. Ischemia
|How do I recognize problems in the ventricles? Part 2. Infarction
|How do I recognize dangerous electrolyte disturbances?
|Let’s put my new knowledge to use!
|Let’s put my new knowledge to even more use!
|Cardiogenic shock – The “Need” to Know
|ACS – semantics, diagnostics, therapeutics in 2024
|PE- update on the great masquerader
|Acute Aortic Syndrome-How the Big Red Can Fool You
|Status Asthmaticus- Rare…but Deadly
|Stethoscope vs US in Cardiorespiratory presentations – A debate between the Giants
|Catastrophic Chest Pain
|How to Manage Cognitive Load in you Practice
|Anatomy of an ER doc – What Everyone Wants/Needs to Know About Us
|ECG Landmines – Tread Carefully
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