400 Caddo Street Shreveport
Care of the critically ill and injured patient in the emergency department and intensive care unit is challenging, and new developments that alter clinical practice are regularly introduced. The purpose of this activity is to educate clinicians and healthcare professionals on recent developments and emerging topics in critical care and emergency medicine including resuscitation medicine, cardiac management, acute pulmonary embolism, blood administration, shock management, renal support, and infectious diseases. The program includes a distinguished plenary lecture on status epilepticus in the challenging patient.
This is Continuing Medical Education Activity.
Symposium Chairman: Steven A. Conrad, MD PhD, MCCM, FACEP, Professor of Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at LSU Health Shreveport
About the Keynote Speaker: Thomas P. Bleck MD, MCCM is an intensivist and clinical neurophysiologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He recently received the 18th lifetime achievement award from the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He serves as an associate editor of Critical Care Medicine. Tom was the founding president of the Neurocritical Care Society.