Life-Threatening Bleeding in Patients Presenting to the ED: Treatment of Critically-Ill and Critically-Injured Patients - Day 2
Thursday, May 16th, 2019
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Room Location: Silver Room- Mezzanine Level
Joshua M. Kosowsky, MD Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard University- Developing Your Own Hospital Critical Pathway for Severe Bleeding in the Anticoagulated Patient
William A. Knight, IV, MD - University of Cincinnati EM/ Surgical Critical Care - Management of the Bleeding Anticoagulated Trauma Patient in the ED
Jordan B. Bonomo, MD, University of Cincinnati EM/Medical Critical Care- Treatment of Severe Bleeding in the Cardiovascular ICU and ECMO Patients
|Babak Sarani, MD, FACS - George Washington University, Trauma Surgery/Critical Care - Preparing the Trauma or Surgical Emergency Patient for the OR|
Disclosures: Consulting: Portola Pharmaceuticals
W. Brian Gibler, MD - University of Cincinnati (Moderator) Case Presentations/Audience Question and Answer/Panel Discussion
Using a case-based, highly interactive approach with the Emergency Physician audience, the 2nd day of the EMCREG-International symposium will emphasize treatment of severe bleeding in anticoagulated patients in the ED and critical care environments, including
1) developing a hospital critical pathway for severe bleeding in the anticoagulated patient;
2) treatment of severe bleeding in the cardiovascular ICU/ ECMO; and
3) management of the anticoagulated trauma patient in the ED and in the OR and SICU.
At the conclusion of this symposium, attendees will be able to:
1) Identify approaches to developing a critical pathway for treatment of anticoagulated patients with life-threatening bleeding;
2) Describe appropriate management of patients with bleeding in the cardiovascular ICU and patients receiving ECMO; and
3) Differentiate and improve care for traumatized anticoagulated patients presenting to the ED requiring surgical treatment and care in the surgical ICU.
The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education is accrediting this 1 hour symposium for 1 (one) hour of Category 1 ACCME credit.