PANCE/PANRE Review: Cardiovascular System
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION This module is one of 15 that comprise the Rutgers PANCE/PANRE Review Course. It includes 5 videos:Introduction to Cardiology (0:28 running time)Cardiology I (1:31)Cardiology II (1:45)Cardiovascular Pharmacology (1:00)EKG ...
This module is one of 15 that comprise the Rutgers PANCE/PANRE Review Course. It includes 5 videos:Introduction to Cardiology (0:28 running time)Cardiology I (1:31)Cardiology II (1:45)Cardiovascular Pharmacology (1:00)EKG Review (1:22)The following Cardiovascular System topics will be discussed: CardiomyopathyCoronary Heart DiseaseDilatedAcute myocardial infarctionHypertropic - Non-ST-segment elevationRestrictive - ST-segmentAngina pectorisConduction Disorders - StableAtrial fibrillation/flutter - UnstableAtrioventricular block - Prinzmetal variantBundle branch blockParoxysmal supraventricular tachycardiaVascular DiseasePremature beatsAortic aneurysm/dissectionSick sinus syndromeArterial embolism/thrombosisTorsades de pointesGiant cell arteritisVentricular tachycardiaPeripheral artery diseaseVentricular fibrillationPhlebitis/thrombophlebitisVaricose veinsCongenital Heart DiseaseVenous insufficiencyAtrial septal defectVenous thrombosisCoarctation of aortaPatent ductus arteriosusValvular DiseaseTetralogy of FallotAortic stenosis/regurgitationVentricular septal defectMitral stenosis Mitral regurgitationHeart FailureTricuspid stenosis Tricuspid regurgitationHypertensionPulmonary stenosisEssentialPulmonary regurgitationSecondaryHypertensive emergenciesOther Forms of Heart DiseaseAcute/subacute bacterial endocarditisHypotensionAcute pericarditisCardiogenic shockCardiac tamponadeOrthostatic hypotensionPericardial effusion
At the conclusion of the presentation for each of the listed conditions noted on the activity page, participants will be able to:Review the etiology, pathophysiology, and risk factorsDescribe the clinical manifestations, choose the appropriate laboratory and diagnostic studies, interpret the results of such studiesPredict course of illness with or without treatment; anticipate complicationsFormulate a differential diagnosis; determine the most appropriate diagnosis based on clinical dataDelineate the approach to management, including pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments, patient education, and supportive care
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