Authors: Craig D. Nowadly, MD; Andrew D. Fisher, MD, LP; Matthew A. Borgman, MD; Kennedy S. Mdaki, PhD; Ronnie L. Hill, MS; Susannah E. Nicholson, MD;
James A. Bynum, PhD; Steven G. Schauer, DO, MSCR, USAISR
Continuing Education Information
This continuing education activity is provided through a collaboration between AMSUS and AffinityCE. This activity provides continuing education credit for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, healthcare executives as well as providing a statement of participation for other attendees.
Upon reading this manuscript, the participant will be able to:
1) Identify the most common use of whole blood for non-trauma patients at a single center
2) Recognize the potential benefits for the use of whole blood for non-trauma patients
3) Recognize the potential limitations for the use of whole blood for non-trauma patients
Authors have no relevant financial interests to disclose.
AffinityCE staff, AMSUS staff, planners, and reviewers have no relevant financial interests to disclose.