Heart failure module 5: special cases in heart failure

Released1 November 2017     Expires: 01 November 2019      Programme: Heart failure 1.5 CPD/CME credits

Sponsorship Statement: Vifor Pharma UK has provided an unrestricted grant to fund this activity and has not had any input into any aspect of this learning resource.

Designed to give healthcare professionals an understanding of the clinical significance and treatment of electrolyte abnormalities and anaemia in patients with heart failure.

Module released: 01 November 2017

Learning objectives

Upon completing this module, participants should be better able to understand:

  • The clinical significance of common electrolyte abnormalities in heart failure
  • The emergency and long term treatment options for hyperkalaemia
  • The clinical significance of anaemia in patients with heart failure
  • The treatment of anaemia in patients with heart failure.

Faculty

Professor Andrew Clark, Chair in Clinical Cardiology, Hull York Medical School
Dr Joe Cuthbert, Clinical Research Fellow, Hull York Medical School

Accreditation

1.5 CPD/CME credit, 1.5 hours
BJC Learning has assigned one and a half hours of CPD/CME credit to this module

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