Trauma Reports (Vol.16, No. 1) - Carbon Monoxide and Cyanide Poisoning in Smoke Inhalation Victims: A Review - Jan 01, 2015

Target Audience:

This activity is intended for emergency, family, osteopathic, trauma, surgical, and general practice physicians and nurses who have contact with trauma patients.

Accreditation:

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Credit Designation:

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Faculty Listing:

Editor in Chief
Ann Dietrich, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Professor of Pediatrics
Ohio State University
Attending Physician
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Associate Pediatric Medical Director
MedFlight
Columbus, Ohio

Authors
Jonathan Stevens, MD, Department
of Emergency Medicine, The Ohio
State University Wexner Medical
Center, Columbus.

Emile El-Shammaa, MD, Department
of Emergency Medicine, The Ohio
State University Wexner Medical
Center, Columbus.

Peer Reviewer
Frank LoVecchio, DO, MPH, FACEP,
ABMT, Vice-Chairman and Research
Director, Maricopa Medical Center,
Professor, Emergency Medicine,
Pharmacology and Medicine,
University of Arizona College of
Medicine, Co-Medical Director,
Banner Poison and Drug Information
Center, Phoenix, AZ.

Nurse Reviewer
Sue A. Behrens, DPN, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC
Director of Emergency/CDU/Trauma Services
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
Peoria, IL

Executive Editor
Shelley Mark
AHC Media

Managing Editor
Leslie Hamlin
AHC Media
 

Subjects:

  • Carbon Monoxide and Cyanide Poisoning in Smoke Inhalation Victims: A Review

Objectives:

  • Discuss conditions that should increase suspicion for traumatic injuries
  • Describe the various modalities used to identify different traumatic conditions
  • Cite methods of quickly stabilizing and managing patients
  • Identify possible complications that may occur with traumatic injuries

Financial Disclosure:

To reveal any potential bias in this publication, and in accordance with Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education guidelines, we disclose that Dr. Dietrich (editor in chief), Dr. Ginsberg (author), Dr.
Menaker (author), Dr. Falcone (peer reviewer), and Ms. Behrens (nurse reviewer) report no relationships with companies related to this field of study. Ms. Mark (executive editor), and Ms. Hamlin (managing editor) report no relationships with companies related to the field of study covered by this CME activity.

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