Emergency Medicine Reports (Vol. 37, No. 2) - Hyponatremia in the Emergency Department – January 15, 2016

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Release date: January 2016

Valid through: January 2019

Target Audience

This CME activity is intended for emergency physicians and family physicians and nurses.


  • Hyponatremia


  • Recognize specific conditions in patients presenting to the emergency department
  • Apply state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic techniques to patients with the particular medical problems discussed in the publication
  • Discuss the differential diagnosis of the particular medical problems discussed in the publication
  • Explain both the likely and rare complications that may be associated with the particular medical problems discussed in the publication.

Credit Available


  • Maximum of 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
  • 2.5 AOA Category 2-B credits
  • 3.0 ACEP Credits
  • 1.5 AAFP Credits per monograph
  • 3.0 nursing contact hours


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This activity is approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 3.0 hours of ACEP Category 1 Credits.

Emergency Medicine Reports has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 1.5 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. AAFP accreditation begins January 1, 2016. Term of approval is for one year from this date with the option of yearly renewal.

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Faculty Listing


Brian L. Springer, MD, FACEP, Associate Professor, Wright State University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Dayton, OH.

MacKenzie Gabler, MD, Resident Physician, Wright State University Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Dayton, OH

Peer Reviewer

Frank LoVecchio, DO, FACEP, Vice-Chair for Research, Medical Director, Samaritan Regional Poison Control Center, Emergency Medicine Department, Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ.


Sandra M. Schneider, MD, Professor, Emergency Medicine, Hofstra North Shore–LIJ, School of Medicine, Manhasset, New York, John Peter Smith Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas

J. Stephan Stapczynski, MD, Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, Scholarly Projects Advisor, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, Emergency Department, Maricopa Integrated Health System

Nurse Planner:

Paula A. Fessler, RN, MS, NP, Vice President Emergency Medicine Service Line, North Shore-LIJ Health System New Hyde Park, New York

Executive Editor: Shelly Morrow Mark

Financial Disclosure

Authors Dr. Brian Springer, Dr. Mackenzie Gabler , Peer reviewer Dr. Frank LoVecchio, Editor Dr. Sandra Schneider, Continuing Education and Editorial Director Lee Landenberger, Executive Editor Shelly Morrow Mark, Executive Editor Leslie Coplin report no financial relationships relevant to this field of study. Dr. Roger Farel (CME question reviewer) owns stock in Johnson & Johnson. Dr. J. Stephan Stapczynski (editor) owns stock in Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, AxoGen, Walgreen Boots Alliance Inc., and Bristol Myers Squibb.

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