March 30, 2020
Pediatric Procedures Lab
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Performing emergency procedures on sick infants and children can be stressful and frustrating. In this hands-on lab, you will be given the opportunity to gain practice in a number of life-saving procedures. Intraosseous line placement, umbilical vein catheters, and pediatric chest tubes, to name a few. Advanced airway management techniques include needle cricothyrotomy and open surgical cricothyrotomy, along with some of the newer airway "toys" such as LMAs, Glidescopes and Storz airway viewers.
Limited to 40 registrants.
Keeping a finger on the Pulse of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Emergency physicians, emergency nurses, pediatricians, pediatric hospitalists, family medicine physicians, or anyone caring for a pediatric patient in an urgent/emergent environment wishing to brush up on their knowledge of the care of children should join ACEP and AAP for the co-sponsored PEM Essentials. This pre-conference event features fast-moving, 30-minute sessions, in a comprehensive one-day course on pediatric emergency medicine.
Want to get in some extra CME before or after one of the pre-conference labs?
Sign up for the Half-Day PEM Essentials option when you register!