Don't get your platelets in a bunch: a review of hypercoagulability associated with COVID-19
This continuing education activity will provide a detailed overview of the management of hypercoagulation in patients with COVID-19. Included in this presentation will be pathophysiology, risk factors, epidemiology, and pharmacologic management. After participating in this activity, pharmacists should have a better understanding of the disease stat and how to manage this patient population, and be a resource for other health care providers.
- Review the pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of the hypercoaguable state of COVID-19
- Evaluate current literature surrounding the inpatient management of the hyupercoagulability of COVID-19 patients
- Develop an appropriate anticoagulation management plan based on a patient case
- Discuss the role of anticoagulation for patients post hospital discharge
- Under course progress, click on the evaluation titled 01/15/2021 – Evaluation – Don’t get your platelets in a bunch: a review of hypercoagulability associated with COVID-19
- You must click on “Submit” to save your answers. If you do not click on “Submit,” data will be lost for that evaluation
- Under course progress, choose “Credit” and select “Start”
- Claim your type of credit – ACPE Pharmacist or General CEU
- In the credits field, enter the amount of credit to claim.
- Click the box “I agree that I am only claiming credit commensurate with the extent of my participation in the activity”
- Review your credit amount and click submit
- Select the “Certificate” tab and choose “Start”
- Click on the link “download certificate”
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- 1.00 ACPE Pharmacist
- 1.00 General CE – Attendance