UTSW 2015/2016 CE Lectures

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October 2015

SIRS and Sepsis (PDF)

Video

Sepsis (mp3 audio)

Quiz


November  2015

Respiratory Emergencies PDF

Respiratory Emergencies
(mp3 audio)

Quiz


December 2015


AHA 2015 Guideline Changes (PDF)

EMS CPR Cases (mp3 audio)

Talking With Family Members
After Terminating Resuscitation
(mp3 audio)

Quiz


January 2016

ACS, Bradycardia, and Tachycardia (PDF)

Quiz


February 2016

No quiz

Cardiac Arrest Skills
(PDF)


March 2016

Traumatic Brain Injury
and Ocular Trauma

(PDF)

Quiz


April 2016


Obstetrics
(PDF)

Quiz


May 2016

Medico-Legal & Ethics (PDF)

Quiz


June 2016

Allergic Reaction, Drowning, and Heat-Related Injuries
(PDF)

Quiz

Starting with the July 2016 CE module:

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July 2016

Excited Delirium
And Street Drugs
(PDF)

Quiz

 

August 2016

Diabetic Emergencies &
Bleeding Control
(PDF)

Quiz

 

September 2016

 

 

Congestive Heart Failure
&
A Culture of Safety
(PDF)

Quiz

 

October 2016

SIDS And ALTE
Course Material
(PDF)

 

SIDS and ALTE Quiz

 

November 2016Thoracic and Abdominal Trauma Course Material (PDF)

Thoracic and
Abdominal Trauma Quiz

 

December 2016

 

Seizure Management and Special Healthcare Needs (PDF)

Seizure Management and Special Healthcare Needs Quiz

 

 




 

Stroke care has evolved dramatically, and the use of innovative procedures and technology now allows patients with a stroke to have a better recovery. EMS plays a vital role in making critical decisions that affect the way care is delivered before and after arrival to the hospital.

   

Glenn (Lee) Pride, M.D., is a neuro-interventional radiologist who specializes in treating blood vessel problems of the brain and spine using endovascular neurosurgery.

He is an expert at using minimally invasive procedures, performed from inside the blood vessels themselves, to treat strokes, aneurysms, and blood vessel malformations of the brain, face, neck, and spine.