SAM-OB is a self-study CME program that covers established knowledge in the subspecialty field of obstetric anesthesia. With SAM-OB you can assess areas of strength and weakness in obstetric anesthesia knowledge and target ongoing education in these areas. Content includes 100 questions with answers, detailed discussions explaining the rationale for each answer and references for further study. Subscribers complete the program at their own pace and submit the answers online to receive CME credit.
CME Credit: 30.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Deadline to Claim CME Credit: 01/30/2020
Activity Release Date:01/30/2017
Activity Expiration Date:01/30/2020
This course is designed for the practicing anesthesiologist who cares for patients in the Labor Suite. The specialty of Obstetrics continues to evolve and requires that anesthesiologists have a solid understanding of obstetrics. This course will provide current and...
This course is designed for the practicing anesthesiologist who cares for patients in the Labor Suite. The specialty of Obstetrics continues to evolve and requires that anesthesiologists have a solid understanding of obstetrics. This course will provide current and critical information on the parturient and the management of labor analgesia. Complications and management will be addressed. The pathophysiology of high-risk obstetrics will be emphasized specifically as it relates to anesthesia.
· Develop a plan for the management of labor analgesia based upon the current literature
· Manage common complications associated the labor analgesia
· Manage high risk obstetric patients, decreasing morbidity associated with anesthesia
· Develop an anesthetic plan for cesarean delivery and postcesarean analgesia based upon the current evidence.
· Participate in the management of obstetric emergencies, such as obstetric hemorrhage, in order to improve patient outcomes.
CME Credit: 30.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
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