Postgraduate Course Track II - Body Trauma

CME: 1.75

Presentations:

  • Pros and Cons of American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) Classifications - Christopher Newton, MD
  • Chest Trauma: Lung and Diaphragm - Paul G. Thacker, MD, MHA
  • Abdomen Trauma: Liver, Spleen and Pancreas - Michael R. Aquino, MD
  • Abdomen Trauma: Bowel and Mesentery - Ramesh S. Iyer, MD
  • Abdomen Trauma: Renal, Ureter and Bladder - Henry J. Baskin, MD
  • Abdomen Trauma: Shock Abdomen - Emily Orscheln, MD
  • Radiologic Approach: Child with Straddle Injury (perineal /urethral/scrotal injury) - Summer L. Kaplan, MD, MS
  • Challenging Cases of Ingested, Aspirated and Penetrated Foreign Bodies - Beverley Newman, MD, FACR

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PGC II - Body Trauma
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1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 credits  |  No certificate available
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