This online viewing program allows you to delve into the cases discussed during the Problem-Based Learning Discussion (PBLD) program at ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2018. Cases cover a wide range of stimulating topics and scenarios, from pediatric and... Read More +
This online viewing program allows you to delve into the cases discussed during the Problem-Based Learning Discussion (PBLD) program at ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2018. Cases cover a wide range of stimulating topics and scenarios, from pediatric and geriatric anesthesia and other subspecialties to pain medicine and professional issues.
Read each case and objectives, review the model discussions and references, then embark upon individual study, challenging yourself to identify and solve the problems posed in each case.
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This online viewing program presents the cases discussed during the PBLD Program at ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2018. For educational purposes, it allows the learner to read each case and its objectives, review the model discussions and references, and then embark upon an individual study program to identify and solve the problems posed in each case.
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