SAEM 2007 Satellite Symposium: Controversies in Emergency Cardiology, Round II
By Center for Healthcare Education and Research, Inc.
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This satellite symposium, held during the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine's (SAEM) 2007 Annual meeting, featured this informative and lively debate which covered timely controversies in emergency cardiology: Factor Xa versus Factor IIa inhibition in the treatment and prevention of thrombosis, natriuretic peptides versus nitroglycerin in treatment of ADHF, platelet inhibitors in the ED, and PCI versus lytics.
||CleanCEC Debate II: Round 4||Who can actually deliver the goods? More PCI or lytics?||28 8 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCEC Debate II: Round 2||ADHF: where are we today? Natriuretic peptides versus nitroglycerin||28 8 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCEC Debate II: Round 3||My savior, or just a bloody mess? Oral platelet inhibitors: should they be used in the ED?||28 8 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCEC Debate II: Round 1||Inhibit this: Xa versus IIa, finding the balance||28 8 2007||Free||View in iTunes|