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ER Doc as a Master Diagnostician: The Patient with Recurrent Encephalopathy
Saturday, August 1, 2020 - Sunday, August 1, 2021

CME Provider:
Excel Continuing Education ›
Grace Rebull
7990 SW 64th Street
Miami, Florida (FL) 33143
United States
Phone: 305-630-9414
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Genetic metabolic diseases, rare disorders with a wide variety of clinical phenotypes, are commonly associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Patients with acute and acute-on-chronic presentations show up in pediatric and adult emergency departments, often in life-threatening circumstances. In some pediatric cases, the diagnoses are already known because the patients have been identified through the newborn screening process or by a specialist. However, most metabolic diseases are not included in the newborn screening panel, and the diagnosis is usually missed or unknown in late-onset cases. This symposium provides emergency medicine clinicians with a practical approach to identify recognizable pediatric and adult metabolic conditions, as well as guidelines for administering first-line treatment that can be lifesaving. In addition to a didactic ppt presentation, this half hour on-demand webinar will also incorporate a sample case presentation of a patient’s experience with a “metabolic crisis”..
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Mark S. Korson, MD
Clinical Biochemical Geneticist
Director of Education and Physician Support
Atlanta, GA
CME Credit:
Physicians:  .50 Hours
Physician Assistants:  .50 Hours
Nurses:  .50 Hours

Self Assessment Module (SAM):  Yes

Specialty Audience:
Emergency Medicine    Family Medicine    Genetics    Internal Medicine    Pediatrics    

CME Sam Course #23303

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