Hyperkalemia: Navigating Inpatient Care and Preventing Recurrence
This activity will review the etiology and risk factors for the development of hyperkalemia and will also include a comprehensive review on the management of both acute and chronic hyperkalemia, including the place in therapy of oral potassium binders.
Clinical Considerations When Using Direct Oral Anticoagulant Reversal Agents and the Role of the Pharmacist in Patient Monitoring
This activity will explore the importance of assessing bleeding risk, monitoring patients, and working with health care providers to develop policies and procedures to effectively manage patients with DOAC-associated bleeds.
Uncovering the Cardiovascular Benefits of Therapeutic Options in Diabetes
This activity will allow pharmacists to thoroughly understand the medications and their associated adverse effects to identify and alleviate patient fears and improve their quality of life.
The Role of the Health-System Pharmacist in Safely and Effectively Treating Direct Oral Anticoagulant Bleeding with Novel Reversal Agents
The goal of this activity is to review the efficacy and safety of various available reversal agents as well as dosing, preparation, and administration.