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Moderate to Deep Neuromuscular Blockade and Reversal

Moderate to Deep Neuromuscular Blockade and Reversal | myCME

In this 1.5-hour online educational activity, interprofessional faculty will use patient cases to discuss the clinical effects of neuromuscular blocking and reversal agents, including key components of NMB and reversal during the intraoperative phase of care and neuromuscular monitoring.
Ask The Experts: Clinical Case Discussions for Managing Reversal of Neuromuscular Blockade

Managing Reversal of Neuromuscular Blockade

In this 1 hour online educational activity, interprofessional faculty will focus on reversal strategies for neuromuscular blockade in specific high-risk patient populations as well as develop a plan for reversal based on clinical and neuromuscular patient assessments.
Implementing a Shingles Protocol in Specialty Practices

Implementing a Shingles Protocol in Specialty Practices | myCME

This CMEOCast podcast focuses on best practices to increase vaccine uptake and completion in vaccine-eligible patients and those at risk who present to specialty settings. The podcast will address ideal strategies to store and administer RZV, counseling patients on the extensive burden associated with shingles, and the benefits and potential risks of vaccination.
Approaching the Contemplative Patient with Alcohol Use Disorder

Approaching the Contemplative Patient with Alcohol Use Disorder | myCME

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a significant public health issue in the United States, responsible for 88,000 deaths and costs of $223.5 billion annually. Despite the gravity of this disorder, many with AUD do not think their drinking is a serious problem. Addiction experts discuss messages that resonate with individuals who do not see their drinking as a problem, the myth of needing to “hit bottom” before seeking treatment, and strategies for managing patients with AUD.
Overcoming Barriers to Contraceptive Success: IUD Insertion

Overcoming Barriers to Contraceptive Success: IUD Insertion | myCME

Long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods are highly effective, in no small part because once in place, they require virtually no attention from the user. Successful use depends on proficiency in placement procedures, which vary from device to device, as well as on effective 2-way communication between patient and provider on what to expect before, during, and after placement.

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