Part II of II: Managing Gram Negative Infections- Free AMA CEUs

gram negative vs gram positiveDifficult Pathogens II: Gram-Negative Bacteria– Describe the resistance mechanisms utilized by extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producers, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Acinetobacter baumannii.
State current CLSI guideline recommendations for reporting susceptibility of these specific Gram-negative pathogens in an antibiogram.
Utilize information from an antibiogram to guide clinical decision-making when managing infections due to these specific Gram-negative pathogens.

1.5 Free AMA Pra CAT 1 CME for Physicians

Expires 12/29/13

Sponsored by University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Center for Independent Healthcare Education, and Vemco  
Supported by educational grants from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC; Astellas Pharma Global Development, Inc.; and Cubist Pharmaceuticals.

 

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2 Responses to Part II of II: Managing Gram Negative Infections- Free AMA CEUs

  1. Would like if you offered this particular CEU to nurses.

    • freeceus says:

      This activity is jointly sponsored by University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Center for Independent Healthcare Education, and Vemco MedEd and supported by educational grants from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC; Astellas Pharma Global Development, Inc.; and Cubist Pharmaceuticals. A total of 3 Free CEUs is available for Physicians and Pharmacists for completing both Parts I & II, unfortunately this course is not accredited for nursing CEUs, but the courses are available for review by any nurses wishing to gain more information to improve their nursing practice base of knowledge. Check back often as we frequently post free infection control CEUs accredited for nursing.

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