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Experience the educational content from SCCM's 47th Critical Care Congress precourse, 2018 Coding and Billing, from the comfort and convenience of your home or office. This course addresses the continuing changes in coding and billing. Topics include evaluation and management coding and documentation, critical care coding, procedures and modifiers, how documentation plays a key role in supporting medical necessity for critical care services, and coding case studies.
Videos of every session from the live course are provided in a searchable format, so you can access the entire program as if you were there. Once you have purchased 2018 Coding and Billing On Demand, you can access it as often as you like by logging in to MySCCM.org.
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Experience the educational content from the Critical Care Echocardiography Review Course, held in partnership between the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the American Society of Echocardiography, from the comfort of your home or office. On Demand features videos and slides from individual presentations at the live course, as well as a question-and-answer-session to test knowledge on critical care echocardiography.
Videos of every session are provided in a searchable format, so you can access the entire program as if you were there. Once you have purchased Critical Care Echocardiography Review On Demand, you can access it as often as you like by logging in to MySCCM.org.
Experience the educational content from SCCM's 44th Critical Care Congress precourse, Acute Kidney Injury and Renal Replacement Therapies, from the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Study and interpret the latest research in acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy (RRT). Specific topics cover diagnosis and epidemiology; pathogenesis and pathophysiology; prevention and early management; adverse drug events; who should receive RRT and when; which kind of RRT should be used; RRT intensity and fluid management; access and anticoagulation; trouble and troubleshooting; and life after RRT.
If you plan to attend this course in conjunction with Congress, register at www.sccm.org/Congress. If you are already registered for Congress and would like to add this course, please modify your existing Congress registration. If you wish to attend this course and NOT attend Congress, please add this item to your cart.
Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO), in partnership with SCCM, is pleased to announce the Advanced VV ECMO Workshop for respiratory failure. Led by expert faculty, this two-day workshop covers all elements of managing severe hypoxemic and hypercapniec respiratory failure on VV ECMO. Topics covered include ventilator management on VV ECMO, troubleshooting the ECMO circuit, anticoagulation management, awake ambulatory ECMO, ECMO as a bridge to transplant, and the growing role of ECCO2R. Novel and challenging simulation sessions will complement lectures to provide an immersive educational experience. This course will take place at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside Hotel in San Diego, California, USA on February 15-16, 2019. Discounted room reservations for ECMO can be made at https://book.passkey.com/go/ELSO2019.
Experience the educational content from SCCM's 46th Critical Care Congress precourse, Advances in Veterinary Critical Care, from the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Review veterinary kidney classification, diagnosis, physiology, treatment and best practices. This course was held in partnership with the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.
The first- and second-line therapies failed; you are already "off the map" in terms of guidelines, protocols, algorithms, and order sets. Now what? What exactly are the rules and what skills do you need to (safely) break them? Come and explore solutions for common clinical challenges-and misadventures, whoops!-in medication management with leading experts. Topics for this eight-hour course will include toxicology, neurocritical care, pain, agitation, sepsis, and shock. There will be an emphasis on skills and practice that challenge the new and seasoned clinician alike.