C4016 Advanced Point-Of-Care Ultrasound-Guided Resuscitation: Precision Care for the Critically Ill Child

Monday, October 28
8:00 AM - 1:15 PM
Location: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, 394-396
CME credit: 5.00


Session Type: Course


Topic(s): Emergency Medicine

Sponsor(s): Section on Emergency Medicine, Section on International Child Health, Section on Critical Care 

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Advanced participants will be instructed on integrating point-of-care ultrasound into the care and management of the acutely ill or injured child through hands-on teaching and interactive discussions. Topics include ultrasound guidance to narrow the differential diagnosis, improve resuscitative strategies, increase procedural safety, and improve the quality and efficiency of care.

Beth D'Amico, MD

Assistant Professor, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

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Aaron Kornblith, MD

Assistant Professor
University of California San Francisco
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, California

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Adam Sivitz, MD, FAAP

Medical Director Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Children's Hospital of New Jersey, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
Livingston

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Amanda Toney, MD, FAAP

Director of Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound
Denver Health Medical Center
Denver, Colorado

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Adam Sivitz, MD, FAAP

Medical Director Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Children's Hospital of New Jersey, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
Livingston

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