Primary Care Continuing Education:  Common Problems in Ear Nose and Throat
( Two Hours in Category 2 CME ) :
    **GO TO COURSE WEB PAGES**

  

 
bulletObjectives

--To understand the treatment and evaluation of the main types of hearing loss.
--To learn the basic types of dizziness and which ones are likely to represent inner ear disease.
--To know how to prevent the second most common cause of hearing loss, exposure to loud noise.
--To be able to diagnosis and treat common ear infections and conditions.
--To be able to diagnosis  and treat common oral conditions.
--To be able to diagnosis common laryngeal conditions.
--To be able to explain to your patients the relationship between smoking and laryngeal caner.
--To be able to identify the oral-pharyngeal manifestations of gastroesophageal reflux disease.

 

bullet  Course Web Pages

bulletEar Disease 
--Types of Hearing Loss
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Hearing Loss in Children
--Ear Pain and Itching
--Dizziness
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Tinnitus
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Otitis media and Emerging Bacterial Resistance
--Ear Photographs
--Treatment of Cholesteatoma
--Ear Tubes, view surgical video
--Mastoiditis
bulletOral Lesions
--Treatment and Photographs of common oral lesions
bulletLaryngeal Lesions 
--Photographs
--Larynx Videos 
--Laryngeal Cancer and Smoking
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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

 Course Written by Kevin T Kavanagh, MD, MS, FACS
                              

 

 



Course Directions:  
                     
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Review and study the course material for the designated CME hours.  Just click on the web-links on the left side of this page.  

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Take the corresponding test.  A grade of  70% or higher is required to pass.  

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If you pass the test, you will go to the test pass screen.  You may then submit the test to ENT USA dot COM or print a test completion certificate with your name and grade.

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If you fail an exam, you will be locked out of the test you failed for 30 mins.  During this time you should restudy the course material.
 


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