Critical Care in Obstetrics
Banner University Medical Center Phoenix and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine are proud to offer an innovative and integrated program that will address essential learning in the discipline of critical care obstetrics. Pre-recorded digital didactic sessions (to be studied by participants before the symposium and accessible for one year following the symposium), virtual online didactics and simulations, case-based facilitated group learning and bedside preceptor-directed simulation drills from the basis for this progressive, hands-on, original program.
At the end of this Symposium, attendees will understand the physiology of pregnancy, how pregnancy uniquely creates risk for mild and severe maternal complications, and the care and treatment for multiple critical care conditions in pregnancy including:
- Hemorrhage, Massive Transfusion, Placenta Accreta and DIC
- Cardiac disease including pulmonary hypertension and congenital heart disease
- Sepsis and septic shock
- Respiratory failure (including COVID-19)
- Hypertensive crisis
- Amniotic fluid embolism
- Neurologic Emergencies
- Obstetrical Trauma
- Thyroid Storm and DKA
Who Should Attend: Certified Nurse Midwives, Practicing OB Physicians, Emergency Department Physicians, OB Hospitalists, Medical Students, MFM Fellows, Residents, High Risk OB Nurses, MFM Physicians
Learn more about the Symposium and register here.
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