Describes the role of radiation therapy in the management of high risk non-metastatic prostate cancer.
Understand the course of treatment for patients with low and intermediate risk prostate cancer.
Assess magnitude of benefit for radiation after breast conserving surgery.
This Fast Fact reviews the pathophysiology of severe asymptomatic aortic stenosis and helps determine when to order a Transthoracic Echocardiogram (TTE) for diagnostic evaluation.
Resources available for facilitating driving cessation.
Learn underlying basic science and practical clinical management of insomnia evaluation.
Review toxic affects of chemo therapy on geriatric patients.
Diagnostic testing and treatment are determined based on ability to improve disease process or quality of life/goals of care.
Approximately 11.4% of adults over the age of 60 years will experience some form of mistreatment.
An approach to diagnoses of geriatric patients who have suspected NPH.
How to manage patients once it is determined they have low vision.
Initial diagnosis of tinnitus by history and physical exam.
Review systemic effects of ocular medications for glaucoma and pupillary dilation.
Review systemic effects of ocular medications for age related macular degeneration.
Learn practical interpretations of echocardiographic changes.
Review antiplatelet therapy in coronary artery disease.
Learn to assess post-stroke depression (PSD).
Determine appropriate surgical management for elderly breast cancer patients.
Dealing with obesity in the older population in an out-patient setting.
Managing diabetes in older adults in an outpatient setting.
Identify the specific difficult behavior and apply best practice management strategies.
Master geriatric-specific diagnostic considerations in the assessment of an older adult in the emergency department.
Develop a comprehensive approach to the timely evaluation of older adults with abdominal pain in the ED.
Primary and secondary options for therapy of osteoporosis.
Non-contrast CT is the initial diagnostic test to evaluate for acute ischemia and rule out hemorrhage.