Individualizing Anticoagulation in the Acutely Ill: A Case-based Approach

Activity Type: Knowledge-based  
CE Credit: 
No CE is offered with this activity.
Activity Fee: 
Members/Non-Members - Free

Overview

This educational activity identifies the unique characteristics of acutely ill patients that influence the approach to anticoagulation and the development and implementation of an acute anticoagulation strategy for an acutely ill patient. The design of a revised anticoagulation regimen and a follow-up assessment plan for an acutely ill patient is also discussed.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify unique characteristics of acutely ill patients that influence the approach to anticoagulation.
  • Develop and implement an acute anticoagulation strategy for an acutely ill patient.
  • Given a patient case, design a revised anticoagulation regimen and a follow-up assessment plan for an acutely ill patient.

Speakers

William Dager, Pharm.D., BCPS-AQ Cardiology, FASHP, FCCM, FCCP, FCSHP, MCCM
Pharmacist Specialist
UC Davis Medical Center
Clinical Professor of Pharmacy
UCSF School of Pharmacy
Clinical Professor of Medicine
UC Davis School of Medicine
Sacramento, California

Michael P. Gulseth, Pharm. D., BCPS, FASHP
Program Director for Anticoagulation Services   
Sanford USD Medical Center
Clinical Associate Professor
USD Sanford School of Medicine
Sioux Falls, South Dakota