Do you manage patients who’ve had a cardiac arrest? Has the debate over 33 vs. 36 C made you uneasy? Do you know what to monitor after you’ve reached your targeted temperature management (TTM) goal? Are you still calling TTM, “therapeutic hypothermia”?
Well if you’re unsure about any of these questions, you have to attend this year’s HART course coming up this October.
Sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and the Center for Resuscitation Science, this 2-day course will teach you everything you need to know about all of the recent advancements and cutting-edge management strategies in cardiac arrest care.
Date: October 29-30, 2015
Location: Loews Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Both days are jam packed with state-of-the-art educational sessions, hands on simulation sessions, and an opportunity to, “Ask the experts” everything you could ever want to know about TTM.
For more information, you can download the brochure here [PDF]
or visit the HART course’s website: Penn HART course website
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