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November 4 - November 5

Experts in pulmonology and critical care medicine from the University of Michigan Medical School will present a two-day virtual program for physicians and allied health care professionals that outlines the most current treatment information for patients with pulmonary complications. Combining case-based information, research studies, and common practice, presentations and hands-on workshops will focus on airway procedures, sleep medicine, and challenges seen in critical care. After this activity, participants will recognize and manage post intensive care syndrome.

On the agenda:

  • Management of Chronic Hypercarbic Respiratory Failure
  • Update in Lung Cancer: What Do We Pulmonologists Need to Know?
  • Update in Interventional Pulmonology Burden of Early COPD
  • Updates to the Asthma Guidelines and New Approaches to Managing Asthma
  • Respiratory Health in a Changing Climate
  • Interstitial Lung Disease: A Multi-Disciplinary Discussion
  • Innovation in the Time of COVID-19
  • COVID ARDS: Themes and Descants
  • The Problems of Winning: Getting Patients Ready for Life After the ICU
  • Updates in Sepsis
  • The Lost Airway: Prevention & Management
  • MAP-ping a Course Out of Shock: Best Practices in Vasopressor Use
  • Neurologic Emergencies in the ICU

8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ – maximum

8 ABIM MOC points

Venue

Virtual

Organizer

University of Michigan Medical School