Class A Credits: 0.25
Pharmacology Credits: 0.0
Course Launch Date: 10/29/21
Course Expires: 10/28/22
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental condition plaguing our nation’s military members and veterans. It has increased in prevalence over the past two decades. To date, there is no preoperative screening to predict episodes of emergence delirium (ED) following the delivery of general anesthesia among veterans with PTSD. Identifying veterans with risk factors for emergence delirium may increase safety and comfort for the veteran with PTSD undergoing anesthesia and increase safety among staff caring for the veteran.
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