On-Demand BRN/CME/ASRT Webinar
SIMPLIFY FRACTIONAL FLOW RESERVE FOR YOUR PRACTICE: NEW APPROACHES TO PRESSURE MEASUREMENT
This web-based activity is recognized for ONE (1.0) hour of continuing education credit; California Board of Registered Nursing Credit provider #CEP12084; California Pre-hospital (EMT-P) CE provider #65-0537.
- These CE Credits are recognized for registered nurses and other licensed healthcare providers.
- This document must be retained for a period of four (4) years.
- Physician assistants may apply Category 2 CME for practice-related activities per the National Commission on Certification of the Physician Assistants policy (NCCPA)
- This web-based activity accreditation originates on October 1, 2016.
- This web-based activity accreditation expires February 1, 2019.
The Center of Excellence in Education (CEE), is accredited by the Institute of Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing education for physicians. CEE designates this web-based activity for a maximum of ONE (1) AMA PRA Category 1 Credit (s)™. This educational activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Institute for Medical Quality and the California Medical Association’s CME Accreditation Standards (IMQ/CMA).
This web-based activity is approved by ASRT; Category A, 1.0 credit. ASRT credit originates on January 1, 2017 and expires on February 1, 2019. In order to receive ASRT CE credit, you must first complete the CE activity content. When completed, go to the last page of the activity to access the post-test.
Upon completion of this activity, the health care professional will have the ability to:
- Discuss the ease, safety and inexpensive use of contrast FFR to improve availability to patients of all socio-economic groups.
- Describe the gold standard discussed in the ‘pyramid of diagnostic accuracy’.
- Describe how the invasive pressure-derived Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) measures the ischemic potential of a stenosis.
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Supported by an educational grant from ACIST Medical Systems