CNE/CME questions

August 2009
ED Management;Aug2009, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p95
The article provides questions regarding information presented in the issue for physicians and nurses who participate in continuing medical and continuing nursing education (CNE/CME). Instructions are provided for checking answers and receiving a certificate. Selected questions regard emergency department (ED) management of chest-pain patients, ED calls for surgeons, and education of children with asthma and their parents.


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