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    2023 February CME News and Updates

    Med-Challenger has added new February 2023 CME updates to its best-selling board review courses and CME requirement courses for physicians, nurses, PA's and more.  Our February 2023 CME news includes new 2023 CME courses for annual MOC requirements, new CME partnerships, new updates to fast-changing medical topics, and special CME offers.

    Here's a quick rundown of recent content update highlights and offers.

    Save on 2023 Exam Prep and CME Requirements Packages

    Our February 2023 CME offers are a great way to use your 2023 CME budget the best way. 

    Our PRO Bundles automatically save you up to 50% off standard prices and supply you with everything you need in your specialty, year after year. 

    PRO Bundles are available in EM, FM, IM, Peds, NP, and PA

    Many include NEW 2023-2024 MOC materials specific to annual specialty requirements.

    Act now, and save!

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    New Website and Blog Experience

    If you haven't noticed, we've updated our news and information website at We're still polishing things (your patience is appreciated!), but we think this new experience will serve our customers and new visitors better than ever.  

    If you need assistance or would like to give us feedback, just drop us a note!

    Over 50 Topics Updated

    Keeping your assets fresh - always.

    Part of Med-Challenger's process is a continual review of changing guidelines and reported errata across all its specialized medical education courseware.  These routine updates allow us to fine-tune our materials to the most current standards and utility.  We also address all user feedback errata reports and attend to peer-reviewed corrective measures.  We are committed to our customer's long-term education investment and patronage.  

    Affected topic learning objectives: 

    • Discuss a common cause of recurrent non-cardiac syncope

    Central Nervous System Disorders: Seizures
    • Examine the medications used for the treatment of status epilepticus

    • Discuss the drugs that can cause seizures either due to excessive dosing or upon cessation of their use.

    Central Nervous System Infections
    • Summarize the timing controversy surrounding imaging, lumbar puncture, and antibiotics in suspected cases of meningitis

    Neurological Assessment
    • Discuss the cranial nerve palsy diagnostic differential in patients with diplopia

    Orthopedic Injuries: Ankle
    • Recognize appropriate treatment for osteochondral fractures

    Pregnancy - Acute Medical/Surgical Complications
    • Discuss the diagnostic workup of pulmonary embolism in pregnancy

    • Outline the diagnostic workup of acute appendicitis in pregnancy

    Pregnancy: Preexisting Medical Illness
    • Discuss the process of diagnosing hypothyroidism during pregnancy

    COVID-19 Respiratory Failure
    • Discuss the initial ventilator settings recommended by the NIH for patients with COVID-19 and ARDS.

    Acute Non-Ischemic Cardiovascular Disorders
    • Discuss emergent treatment of acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF)with preserved perfusion

    Resuscitation: Neonatal
    • Discuss radiological diagnosis of necrotizing enterocolitis

    Cocaine and Other Sympathomimetics Toxicity
    • Describe possible radiological findings on CXR in a patient who presents with respiratory distress after smoking cocaine

    Resuscitation: Brain (After Cardiac Arrest)
    • Describe ways in which to improve brain perfusion after cardiac arrest followed by ROSC

    Disorders of Hemostasis
    • Review reversal protocols/agents for frequently used antiplatelet and anticoagulation agents

    Toxic Alcohols
    • Recognize the early presentation of possible methanol ingestion

    New Imagery