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OMSKU V- Trauma

OMSKU V is no longer available for purchase.

OMSKU V will be available until July 31. Current users should complete their coursework and claim credit by then.

Select the Sections below you want to view. Each program consists of a "media type" and the legend is below. Please complete the evaluation/feedback after viewing this Chapter, in order to access the assessment. Upon successful completion of the assessment, your CDE/CME certificate will be available.

Upon completion of this section, the learner should be able to:
  • Delineate the principles of evaluation and treatment of traumatic temporal bone injuries.
  • Describe the anatomy of the orbit as well as methods of examination and treatment of injuries to this and related structures.
  • Describe methods of examining and treating soft tissue injuries.
  • Characterize the prognosis for primary and permanent dentition following soft tissue injuries.
  • Compare and contrast methods of examination and treatment of condyle/ ramus fractures in children, adolescents and adults.
  • Identify the biomechanical basis for treatment of panfacial fractures.
  • Describe the potential complications of zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures and their treatment.
  • Explain the pre-operative evaluation of patients seeking nasal injury repair.
  • Describe the surgical anatomy relevant to nasal fracture surgery.
  • Optimally sequence the multiple surgical steps needed for management of a panfacial fracture patient.
  • Apply critical thinking pathways to both the elective and emergent airway management of trauma patients.
  • Discuss the diagnosis and surgical management of nasoethmoid and frontal sinus fractures.
  • Prepare for surgical and other complications of common facial injuries and their management.
Upon successful completion of this section, earn up to 10 CDE/CME credits.

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