|Primary Care: Basics of Electrocardiography and other Cardiology Topics|
|Mon Apr 03, 2023 - Fri Apr 07, 2023|
|Hilton Garden Inn St Pete Beach (Click Here for Room Block Booking)|
Open For Registration|
Nicholas J. Ruggiero II, MD, FACP, FACC, FSCAI, FSVM (Learn More)
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Jerry Jones, MD FACEP FAAEM (Learn More)
Retired emergency physician, author, speaker, instructor and and internationally-recognized expert in electrocardiography.
Joe Nemeth, MD (Learn More)
Dr. Nemeth has led a very geographically varied professional life starting training in the US, completing it in Europe. Subsequently, in 2001 he set up shop at the McGill University Health Center's Montreal General Hospital and Montreal Children's Hospital as an attending emergency medicine physician and Trauma Team Leader and has been there since. He was the department director at the Montreal General Hospital for 8 of those years. He also took part in a "quasi-sabbatical" one year stop in Toronto working at 5 different hospitals (academic/community) in the capacity of emergency medicine physician and trauma team leader. His extensive international lecturing dossier, global health educational initiatives and numerous McGill University teaching awards attest to his passion for teaching. He is also the Fellowship Director of the Trauma Fellowship for Emergency Medicine Physicians and the General Emergency Medicine Fellowship.
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|4/3/2023||1-1||8:00am-9:00am||Jones||434||The P Wave, the QRS and the T Wave|
|1-2||9:05am-10:05am||Jones||435||What are leads and what do they tell us?|
|1-3||10:15am-11:15am||Jones||436||How do I recognize problems in the atria?|
|1-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Jones||437||How do I recognize problems in the AV node and beyond?|
|4/4/2023||2-1||8:00am-9:00am||Jones||438||How do I recognize problems in the ventricles? Part 1: Chamber Enlargement|
|2-2||9:05am-10:05am||Jones||439||How do I recognize problems in the ventricles? Part 2. Ischemia|
|2-3||10:15am-11:15am||Jones||440||How do I recognize problems in the ventricles? Part 2. Infarction|
|2-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Jones||441||How do I recognize dangerous electrolyte disturbances?|
|4/5/2023||3-1||8:00am-9:00am||Jones||442||Let’s put my new knowledge to use!|
|3-2||9:05am-10:05am||Jones||443||Let’s put my new knowledge to even more use!|
|3-3||10:15am-11:15am||Ruggiero||452||Interventional Management of Congestive Heart Failure|
|3-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Ruggiero||453||Atrial Fibrillation and Watchman Device for Stroke Prevention|
|4/6/2023||4-1||8:00am-9:00am||Nemeth||423||Yes – Another Talk on PE … BUT not a boring one|
|4-2||9:05am-10:05am||Ruggiero||216||Update on Valvular Heart Disease|
|4-3||10:15am-11:15am||Ruggiero||219||PFO and Cryptogenic Stroke|
|4-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Ruggiero||217||Peripheral Vascular Disease|
|4/7/2023||5-1||8:00am-9:00am||Ruggiero||218||Antiplatelets, Anticoagulants and Coronary Stenting|
|5-2||9:05am-10:05am||Nemeth||448||CP. risk stratification|
|5-3||10:15am-11:15am||Nemeth||449||Cardiogenic shock – a Classic High Acuity Low occurrence (HALO) event.|
|5-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Nemeth||450||ACS – semantics, diagnostics, therapeutics in the ED|
This activity offers CE credit for Physicians (AMA). All other clinicians will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
Statement of Need
With cardiovascular disease (CVD) remaining the leading cause of death globally, clinicians need to continually update their knowledge of best practices in cardiovascular care. Clinicians need to develop skills/strategies that lead to incorporation of practical solutions for all members of the health care team. This course will address the following topics: Update on Valvular Heart Disease, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Antiplatelets, Anticoagulants and Coronary Stenting, PFO and Cryptogenic Stroke, 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 3. Infarction, How do I recognize dangerous electrolyte disturbances?
After participating in this activity clinicians should be able to:
- Facilitate translation of cardiovascular science to members of the care team leading to high-quality, patient-centered care
- Identify signs and symptoms of cardiovascular diseases commonly seen in the primary care setting.
- Differentiate which patients are appropriate for TAVR vs. SAVR
There is no commercial support associated with this activity.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of American Medical Seminars and CME Seminars. American Medical Seminars is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians
CME Seminars adheres to the ACCME’s Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Education. Any individuals in a position to control the content of a CME activity, including faculty, planners, reviewers or others are required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with ineligible entities (commercial interests). All relevant conflicts of interest have been mitigated prior to the commencement of the activity.”
- Jerry Jones, MD has nothing to disclose
- Nicholas Ruggiero, MD has nothing to disclose
- Joe Nemeth, MD has nothing to disclose
Planning Committee Disclosures
- Gabe Martino has nothing to disclose
- Richard Scott has nothing to disclose
- Kathryn Scott-Hlavac, FNP has nothing to disclose
- David Montesanti, MD (Content Reviewer) has nothing to disclose
*All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated
This course is intended for Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Hospitalist, Physicians, NPs, PAs and other Health Care Professionals.
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