Three-Part Critical Care eCASE Series is Available On Demand in ALH

Free for ASE Members

The Critical Care eCASE Series was a new blended online learning activity offered by ASE that is now available On Demand in the ASE Learning Hub. The flipped learning style allowed registrants to review a case prior to a live Q&A session, where an expert panel and the participants discussed the interpretation of the case and how they might approach diagnosis and treatment. This activity includes three recorded Critical Care eCASES. All clinical providers interested in POCUS in regards to its use in diagnosing and managing critically ill patients are encouraged to check out the series!

The three cases covered are titled:

  1. Case 1: Is it cardiac tamponade or not? That is the question.
  2. Case 2: Is oxygen delivery adequate? That is the question.
  3. Case 3: Does the patient need a transesophageal echo, TEE? That is the question.

This activity is free for ASE members and $45 for nonmembers. Earn 4.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (pending approval) for participation in the entire three-part series.

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