EM Reports Study Guide for the LLSA Exam 2022, Volume 19 - Print and PDF Edition
With tens of thousands sold since inception, Emergency Medicine Reports' LLSA Exam Study Guides are widely recognized as dependable, authoritative, and convenient resources for ABEM Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment (LLSA) test prep. Featuring article texts and useful study tools, Emergency Medicine Reports' LLSA Exam Study Guide 2022 also comes with the chance to earn CME while you study.
Inside this edition of Emergency Medicine Reports' LLSA Exam Study Guide 2022 you’ll find:
- Print and digital study guides for easy studying whenever, wherever
- Key study points for each article in an easy-to-read format
- Full text for most articles on the 2022 LLSA reading list*
- Opportunity to earn up to 25 ACEP Category I credits and 25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
- Easy, convenient way to earn CME online from your home or office, plus electronically receive your credit letter instantly
- Cardioversion for uncomplicated acute atrial fibrillation
- Acute headache evaluation and management
- Breastfeeding patients in the ED
- Imaging in suspected renal colic
- Cerebral intraparenchymal hemorrhage
- Updates in pediatric advanced life support
- Procedural sedation with propofol
- Pulmonary embolism diagnosis
- Anticonvulsant medications for status epilepticus
- Cardiac syncope
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- Recognize or increase index of suspicion for specific conditions.
- Summarize the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and clinical features of the entity discussed.
- Identify diagnostic tests and techniques and how to perform them.
- Apply therapeutic techniques to patients with the particular medical problems discussed.
This program is intended for emergency department physicians and other emergency department personnel.
This material is authorized for CME credits beginning March 26, 2021, and expiring March 25, 2024.
Editor: Sandra M. Schneider, MD, FACEP
Peer Reviewer: Ann M. Dietrich, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Expiration: March 25, 2024
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