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Pressure and Flow: Pressure Interface Matters

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Objectives: 1. Discuss optimization of each type of interface in neonatal care between pressure-controlled and flow-controlled respiratory support devices. 2. Differentiate the common respiratory pathologies requiring non-invasive respiratory sup...
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Evidence in ACTION: Cardiac disease: Why high flow therapy gets to the heart of the matter

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Objectives: Review briefly the mechanisms of action for high flow therapy. Evaluate the supporting evidence for utilizing high flow therapy for patients with cardiac disease Preview future opportunities for further practice change and improve pati...
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SMART Therapy: Making a Science Based Choice

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Join Dr. Len Bacharier for their Discussion on SMART Therapy
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Disparities in Allergy & Asthma Care: Leveling the Playing Field

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Join Dr. Vivian Hernandez-Trujillo for her discussion on leveling the playing field in Disparities in Allergy & Asthma Care
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Digital Health: Tech + Touch

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Digital health and technology use has changed drastically since the 2020 pandemic. It is important for Allergists to understand how digital health can be utilized in their practices and how it is being utilized in direct-to-consumer business mod...
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Food Allergy: Is it the Environment or Is It Genetics

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Join Dr. Sayantani B. Sindher for their discussion on food allergies genetics vs environmental factors
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Can We Make Anaphylaxis Less Scary for Patients?

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: Epinephrine is the first line therapy to treat anaphylaxis yet remains underused for a variety of reasons, including fear of needle injection or concern for adverse effects. New delivery devices, including sublingual and intranasal epinephrine, may ...
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Chronic Cough Concerns

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: The etiology and management of chronic cough is challenging for both patient and provider due to the wide differential and/or multifactorial nature. Understanding the mechanisms that lead to cough is paramount.
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