Hives

Learn how to diagnose, treat and manage hives (urticaria) and other allergic reactions characterized by swelling.

1.5 Contact Hours (0.75 Pharm)

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About the Course
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Learning Objectives
  • Increase fundamental understanding and classification of urticaria as well as angioedema, dermatographism & anaphylaxis
  • Identify the potential causes of urticarias & angioedema and their clinical presentations
  • Review causes of anaphylaxis, potential for sudden death & treatment steps to avoid terrible outcomes
  • Understand the two physiologic pathways of facial flushing
  • Management protocol for acute & chronic urticaria, angioedema, dermatographism, and anaphylaxis
  • Recognize updated guidelines for use of antihistamines in these conditions
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This course includes 14 videos + 5 clinical scenarios

Introduction
00:01:16
Urticaria, General Information
00:02:02
Acute Urticaria
00:03:47
Chronic Urticaria
00:02:17
Differential Diagnosis
00:00:33
Papular Urticaria
00:01:52
Physical Urticarias
00:01:13
Urticarial Vasculitis
00:02:33
Treatment of Acute & Chronic Urticaria
00:05:40
Latex Allergy
00:02:42
Anaphylaxis
00:06:48
Angioedema
00:07:15
Dermatographism
00:04:25
Urticaria Pigmentosa
00:01:48
Clinical Scenario #1
00:02:00
Clinical Scenario #2
00:02:46
Clinical Scenario #3
00:05:05
Clinical Scenario #4
00:02:48
Clinical Scenario #5
00:04:33