Originally presented December 2020 at the AMSUS Annual Meeting (virtually)
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Mulugu Brahmajothi, PhD, MHS
Scientist & PI, Duke University School of Medicine
Duration: 60 minutes
AMSUS Member – $0
Non – member – $20
Available: 9/1/2021 – 8/31/2022
CE/CME: 1.0 hour of credit
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Continuing Education Information
This continuing education activity is provided through collaboration between AMSUS and AffinityCE. This activity provides continuing education credit for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, psychologists, and healthcare executives. A statement of participation is available to other attendees.
Health effects are difficult to discern following exposures to chemical, radioactive, or biological agents when the amount and duration of exposures are unknown. Understanding the individual variations are necessary to create targeted receptor-specific immunotherapies, using blood tests as one of many litmus tests to accurately diagnose and treat Gulf War patients.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Review the individual responses to various exposures may differ although in some with relative similarity. Sub-clinical symptoms play a major role in disease progression.
- Explain the crucial patient-reported exposures in understanding symptoms, reviewing patient’s medical records and maintaining the log of symptoms and suspected exposures.
- State the biological effects especially at the cellular and molecular level and review how they play a major role in symptom progression