Each module is approved for AMA Category 1 Credit™, AAFP Prescribed credit, and AANP Credit.
Assessing the Patient with Symptoms of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure: Early Recognition is Key to Better Outcomes
The module is intended to provide an update of the latest information and guidelines for managing acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF). The faculty will discuss common clinical presentations of patients with AHF, and the pathophysiology of AHF. You will learn how to better identify the subsets of AHF, and diagnostic and prognostic tools for assessment.Learn More
New and Emerging Therapy for ADHF
An update of the latest information and guidelines for managing acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF). In this module, the faculty will discuss the mechanisms of action, efficacy and safety of therapies for ADHF. They will discuss clinical trial data of old, new, and emerging therapies for ADHF to help drive healthcare providers toward best practices in effective care of patients with acute heart failure.Learn More
Making Clinical Trial Data Real: Case Studies in ADHF
In the final module of this series, the faculty will review real patient cases applying the principles from the first two modules. They will review patient work up in the emergency department and discuss options for initiating therapy for each patient scenario.Learn More
This program is developed in a collaboration between Antidote Education Company and ArcheMedX.
This CME activity is supported by an educational grant from Novartis.