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.
A summary of the risk factors, incidence, and survival associated with intraoperative cardiac arrest.
How to manage patients once it is determined they have low vision.
Initial diagnosis of tinnitus by history and physical exam.
Master geriatric-specific diagnostic considerations in the assessment of an older adult in the emergency department.
Primary and secondary options for therapy of osteoporosis.
Screening for osteoporosis aims to identify patients at increased risk of fragility fractures who may benefit from an intervention to mitigate that risk.
Identify and define inappropriate sexual behavior (ISB) in the context of a patient with dementia.
Use geriatric assessment tools to determine appropriateness of invasive cardiac interventions.
Review available home care services and Medicare requirements.
How will a home safety evaluation benefit your geriatric patient?
Learn a systems-based approach to evaluation non-vertigo dizziness.
Review cardiac causes of syncope.
Differentiate peripheral and central causes of dizziness.
Practical dosing information for ceruminolytic agents.
Determine blood pressure goals in older adults and possible medications.
Review key renal function lab values in a geriatric patient.
Identify and manage ophthalmic complications of systemic medications.