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Angioedema in the ED

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting: Optimizing Management for Every Patient, is an accredited CE/CME program for physicians, nurses, and pharmacists, and consists of five (5) educational videos.  This enduring educational program is designed for Practitioners in the Emergency Medicine Setting who manage angioedema including Hereditary Angioedema and other non-histamine related swelling episodes.  The goal of Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting: Optimizing Management for Every Patient will be to provide clinical insight for the diagnosis of angioedema in the Emergency Department and its varied etiology.

View the Accreditation Information for Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting here

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Educational Videos

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting
All that swells is not histamine…
This is Module 1 of the US HAEA Educational Initiative focus on Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting. Our faculty review the etiology and prevalence of angioedema seen in the emergency medicine setting.

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting
Presentation in the ED
This is Module 2 of the US HAEA Educational Initiative focus on Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting. Our faculty review the most frequently observed presentations of generalized edema and angioedema seen in the emergency medicine setting. 

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting
Airway management
This is Module 3 of the US HAEA Educational Initiative focus on Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting. Airway management in the patient with angioedema is a critical issue. Our faculty discuss the appropriate management techniques necessary for these patients. This is a life threatening clinical situation.

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting
Consensus guidelines for managing HAE
This is Module 4 of the US HAEA Educational Initiative focus on Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting. Our faculty review the available guidelines from the SAEM and the US HAEA Medical Advisory Board. They compare the similarities and differences and how they apply to different patient populations.  

Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting
HAE: Improving recognition and management in the ED
This is Module 5 of the US HAEA Educational Initiative focus on Angioedema in the Emergency Medicine Setting. Our faculty focus on strategies to improve more effective and timely recognition of HAE in the ED. This is critical in initiating appropriate therapy especially in the patient with airway involvement.