Experience an Interactive & Unique Way to Learn!
Earn Free CME/CE credit by attending this case-based satellite symposium, led by 3 prominent trauma experts. This live program allows the trauma provider to learn about the management of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), with the intent of establishing a consistent standard between institutions caring for such patients. Faculty will present distinct and unique cases, hold a Q&A, and receive audience feedback using a live polling system.
Samir M. Fakhry, MD, FACS
Vice President, Center for Trauma and
Acute Care Surgery Research
HCA Healthcare, Clinical Services Group
Carl J. Hauser, MD, FACS, FCCM
Visiting Professor of Surgery & Lecturer in
Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Niels D. Martin, MD, FACS, FCCM
Chief, Section of Surgical Critical Care
Director, Traumatology & Surgical Critical Care
Fellowship Program; Associate Professor in Surgery
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Full Accreditation and Program Information
Current Utilization and Clinical Impact of Antithrombotics: Warfarin/VKAs vs. NOACs/DOACs vs. Antiplatelet Agents
Review of Coagulation Cascade & Points of Pharmacologic Interaction
Traditional and Novel Interventions for Life-threatening Bleeding with Anticoagulant Agents
Case Study #1 – Warfarin Patient
Case Study #2 – Antiplatelet Patient
Case Study #3 – DOAC Patient
Panel – Clinical Questions/Discussion
Recommendations and Closing Remarks
This activity has been designed to meet the educational needs of clinicians, pharmacists and registered nurses attending the 33rd EAST Annual Scientific Assembly who are interested in or involved in the care of patients who suffer a traumatic brain injury.
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
- Assess the key issues/challenges faced by trauma surgeons in the management of traumatic brain injuries.
- Describe approaches and strategies to manage different types of trauma patients who are experiencing traumatic brain injuries and current patient management strategies.
- Implement a consistent standard between institutions caring for patients experiencing traumatic brain injuries.
- Illuminate the rationale for understanding appropriate situations to use andexanet alfa vs. 4-factor PCC in treatment emergent situations.
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