Book & Video: Let's Discuss Surgical Site Infections

Best Value! Let’s Discuss Year-Round Access
Immediately access all 8 eBooks in the Let’s Discuss collection, including over 70 surgical videos, and up to 53 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Area of Focus: General Orthopaedics

This all-digital program explores surgical site infections, a top-of-mind issue for every orthopaedic surgeon today. Your experience begins with an evidence-based literature review of significant developments spanning multiple orthopaedic specialty areas. Trusted experts in the field provide a balanced perspective so you can feel confident your decision-making aligns with best practices.

Review detailed surgical techniques augmented by streaming video that visually explains concepts. Bulleted key points and test questions ensure a solid understanding of relevant knowledge.

Explore controversial topics and treatment options, including:
•Vancomycin powder as an intrawound application
•Use of routine preoperative patient optimization measures
•Timeline for surgical intervention for periprosthetic joint infections

 
Let's Discuss is an enhanced eBook series designed to keep you on top of the medical advances that you and your colleagues are concerned about and interested in right now. Each title in the series provides clear, concise, and up-to-date information on the most relevant topics for orthopaedic surgeons of all specialties.

CLICK HERE for a free preview of Let's Discuss: Surgical Site Infections.

Earn up to 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

This enduring material can help fulfill the CME requirements mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process.

  • eBook: Let's Discuss Surgical Site Infections
    Author(s): Wellington K. Hsu, MD; Alex C. McLaren, MD; Bryan D. Springer, MD
    Abstract:

    Best Value! Let’s Discuss Year-Round Access
    Immediately access all 8 eBooks in the Let’s Discuss collection, including over 70 surgical videos, and up to 53 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

    This all-digital program explores surgical site infections, a top-of-mind issue for every orthopaedic surgeon today. Your experience begins with an evidence-based literature review of significant developments spanning multiple orthopaedic specialty areas. Trusted experts in the field provide a balanced perspective so you can feel confident your decision-making aligns with best practices.

    Review detailed surgical techniques augmented by streaming video that visually explains concepts. Bulleted key points and test questions ensure a solid understanding of relevant knowledge.

    Explore controversial topics and treatment options, including:

    • Vancomycin powder as an intrawound application
    • Use of routine preoperative patient optimization measures
    • Timeline for surgical intervention for periprosthetic joint infections

    Let's Discuss is an enhanced eBook series designed to keep you on top of the medical advances that you and your colleagues are concerned about and interested in right now. Each title in the series provides clear, concise, and up-to-date information on the most relevant topics for orthopaedic surgeons of all specialites.

    CME Credit
    The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons designate this educational activity for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This program was created in March 2015 and offers continuing medical education credit through March 18, 2018.

    Obtaining CME Credit
    To obtain up to 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for successfully completing this program, it is necessary for you to complete the program evaluation and application for CME credit.

     

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    Publication Date: March 1, 2015
    Editor(s): Wellington K. Hsu, MD; Alex C. McLaren, MD; Bryan D. Springer, MD
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