Radiology After Five: How to Make Night and Weekend Call a Success 2018

Radiology After Five: How to Make Night and Weekend Call a Success 2018

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About This CME Teaching Activity
This CME activity emphasizes the clinical and radiological advances in emergency and critical care imaging procedures. State of the art imaging protocols, advanced techniques and diagnostic pearls and pitfalls are emphasized so that studies can be performed and interpreted in an optimal and time efficient manner. The need for careful and complete communication between the radiologist and the clinicians is stressed along with modern compliance and reimbursement practices.

Target Audience
This course is primarily intended and designed to educate those physicians and other medical personnel who use, supervise and/or interpret radiology studies and procedures in emergency suites, trauma centers and intensive care units. Thus, this should be particularly helpful for radiologists, intensivists, trauma surgeons, allied health personnel and emergency medicine physicians. It should also be beneficial for those who order imaging studies and wish to better understand current applications of imaging methods and indications.

Educational Objectives
At the completion of this CME teaching activity, you should be able to:
  • Discuss approaches to imaging of the most frequent and serious emergency and critical care problems that occur in their practice.
  • Demonstrate an increased awareness on how best to respond to the wide variety of imaging and interventional situations that occur most often during the evenings and weekends.
  • Implement into their practices protocols for assessing the trauma patient in a time efficient manner.
  • Discuss the malpractice risks associated with trauma imaging.
No special educational preparation is required for this CME activity.


  • 01. Emergency Radiology Perspectives from 30,000 Feet
  • 02. The Normal Brain and Important Variants 
  • 03. Maxillofacial Trauma Saving Face
  • 04. Brain Trauma and Blood 
  • 05. Strokes and Mass Lesions 
  • 06. Malpractice and Risk Management Considerations in Emergency Radiology 
  • 07. Neuro CT Jeopardy 
  • 08. Ins and Outs of Cervical Spine Trauma 
  • 09. Radiology Fraud and Abuse Tales from the Trenches 
  • 10. The Value of MDCT in Multi-Trauma Imaging 
  • 11. Pelvic Trauma Imaging 
  • 12. Radiology Documentation and Reimbursement Making the Best of Your Words 
  • 13. Childhood Accidental and Non-accidental Musculoskeletal Disorders 
  • 14. Abdominal Pain in the ER Multimodality Evaluation 
  • 15. MDCT Imaging of Acute Abdominal Pain Which Technique is Optimal 
  • 16. Emergency! Acute Pelvic Pain in the Acute Setting 
  • 17. Imaging of Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding Current Concepts 
  • 18. Minor Pain or Major Trouble – Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy 
  • 19. Pitfalls in Imaging of Abdominal Trauma 
  • 20. Use of MR of Abdominal and Pelvic Emergencies 
  • 21. Usual and Unusually Located Ectopic Pregnancies 
  • 22. A Practical Approach to the Acute Abdomen in Infants and Children
  • 23. Interesting Pelvic and Abdominal Case Based Session 
  • 24. Acute Traumatic Injury of the Thorax Part I 
  • 25. Acute Traumatic Injury of the Thorax Part II
  • 26. Critical Care Radiology What to Look For 
  • 27. Aortic and Cardiac Trauma Multimodality Approach 
  • 28. The Acute Dyspneic Patient 
  • 29. Acute Community Acquired and Nosocomial Pneumonia Separating the Forest from the Trees 
  • 30. Imaging the Patient with Suspected Pulmonary Thromboembolism Diagnostic Algorithm and Results of Imaging 
  • 31. Pediatric Thoracic Emergencies What Radiologists Need to Know 
  • 32. COPD and IPF Exacerbation A Frequent and Often Underdiagnosed Reason for Patient Visit to the Emergency Unit 
  • 33. Pediatric Interesting Case Conference Interactive Session 
  • 34. Cardiopulmonary Studies 
          Format : downloadable link / USB (base on your order)