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Rash, Lesion, or What? Dermatology Uncertainties in the Acute Care Patient

Rash, Lesion, or What?



Faculty: Mark J. Eliason, MD
Contact Hours: 1.25 contact hours of Continuing Education (which includes .5 hours of pharmacology)

1.25 Contact hours

3 months of access (renewable)

Printable handouts

5-item quiz

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Inpatient dermatology encompasses both dermatologic disorders that are the primary reason for inpatient care (e.g., erythrodermic disease, cutaneous infections, vasculitis, SJS, TEN, and DRESS) and secondary complications manifesting in the skin (e.g., drug reactions, ulcerations, and cutaneous infections) that occur in patients already hospitalized for other causes. Immediate treatment of skin disorders in the inpatient setting reduces morbidity and can shorten hospital stays. Differentiating between dermatologic diseases that require urgent inpatient care and those that can be managed in an outpatient setting (e.g., urticaria, allergic contact dermatitis, and stasis dermatitis) requires familiarity with the features and diagnostic criteria that are associated with a more severe clinical course. This CE offering will help to familiarize you with the various dermatologic disorders that may be observed in acute care, as well as methods of management for the inpatient and outpatient settings.

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  5. PowerPoint handouts are available for every lecture under “Materials.” We strongly recommend that you download and print each lecture’s handout so that you may highlight and take notes as you view each video. 
  6. Please note that there is information covered in the video lectures that will not be on the handouts, so you must watch the video in its entirety. It is very important to spend time studying all PowerPoint handouts and to watch all course lecture(s) before attempting to take the required quiz.
  7. Each quiz includes 5 items to complete in 10 minutes. Participants have a maximum of 3 attempts to pass each exam with a score of 70% or higher.
  8. After successful completion of the quiz, participants must complete a Course Evaluation.
  9. Upon submission of the Course Evaluation, your Continuing Education Certificate will appear for you to print and/or save in PDF format. We strongly recommend that you print or save the certificate immediately, as your certificate will not be stored in your account indefinitely.

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Features concise up-to-date lectures with full slideshows

Lecture handouts (available to download and print)

One month to complete from time of purchase.

Fast forward/rewind capability so you can be sure to master the material

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