March 7-8, 2020
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Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Course
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HOSPITALIST AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES COURSE

Our courses are ideal for physicians, NPs, and PAs practicing emergency medicine, hospital medicine, and critical care medicine.

  • 100% hands-on procedures training
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  • Fulfills 30 hrs procedures CME for ENP certification
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  • Increased hands-on ultrasound training including identification of life-threatening conditions
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Procedure Of The Week
subclavian line placement

Subclavian central venous catheter placement training

Blog of the Week
Where Should I Place My Central Line?
by Joseph Esherick, M.D., FAAFP, FHM
January 8, 2020

The internal jugular or subclavian veins have fewer combined mechanical or infectious complications for central venous catheter insertions compared with femoral vein CVC placements.

Procedure of the Week
In plane ultrasound-guided central line placement is preferred over out-of-plane technique
by Joseph Esherick, M.D., FAAFP, FHM
January 8, 2020

A study from an urban EM residency program determined that in-plane ultrasound-guided central venous catheterization is superior to out-of-plane ultrasound-guided central line placement.