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4th Oct 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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Are you a newly qualified medical professional or a medical student looking for information on how to effectively and efficiently treat emergencies? Join us for our new 4 part series of emergency presentations for Junior Doctors lead by Dr John Abraham & Dr Molly Hardwick.

Part 1: A-E Assessment & Chest Pain

Part 2 : Abdominal Pain & Coffee Ground Vomit

Part 3: New Oxygen requirement & Hyperglycemia

Part 4: Anaphylaxis & Hyperkalemia

This series is tailored for final year medical students and newly qualified medical professionals, offering essential advice regarding Anaphylaxis and Hyperkalemia. Come and join us on knowledgeable guidance on emergency medicine, covering common scenarios, treatments, and the latest advances. Attendees will leave with invaluable insights to help improve patient care during times of crisis.

Summary

This valuable one-hour teaching session led by expert clinicians Dr. Abraham and Dr. Hardwick will provide medical professionals the opportunity to learn more about essential topics such as Anaphylaxis and Hyperkalemia. A comprehensive overview of the management and treatment of these medical conditions will be covered, and attendees will also gain an understanding of the criteria to keep in mind when assessing and diagnosing emergencies related to these issues. Don't miss the chance to meet with two experienced specialists to hone your medical emergency skills!

Learning objectives

1. Understand the differential diagnosis, signs and symptoms of a patient exhibiting anaphylaxis and hyperkalemia. 2. Identify evidence-based treatments for anaphylaxis and hyperkalemia. 3. Foreign approaches to treatment of anaphylaxis and hyperkalemia, including alternative therapies. 4. Discussion of the role of monitoring in effective management of anaphylaxis and hyperkalemia. 5. Increase participants’ confidence in their own ability to appropriately address emergency presentations of anaphylaxis and hyperkalemia.
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4th Oct 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
This event has ended. Similar events
Free
ONLINE