Self-Study | Women's Health Drug Therapy 2012 - Menorrhagia: Pharmacologic and Surgical Options
This offering presents common causes of menorrhagia, initial evaluation, initial pharmacologic treatment and potential advantages of newer minimally invasive procedures over standard surgical procedures in managing menorrhagia.
The lecture was recorded in May 2012 at the conference, Women's Health Drug Therapy 2012, provided by Continuing Nursing Education at the University of Washington School of Nursing. Teaching methods include video, audio and handouts.
Publish Date: June 21, 2012. This offering will be available for three years from the publish date.
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Nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurses and healthcare professionals in all settings.
Objectives for Learning Outcomes
- Discuss the most common causes of menorrhagia.
- Describe the initial evaluation and initial pharmacologic treatment of menorrhagia.
- Discuss potential advantages of newer minimally invasive procedures over standard surgical procedures in the management of menorrhagia.
- Common causes of menorrhagia
- Initial evaluation and pharmacologic treatment of menorrhagia
- Advantages of newer minimally invasive procedures over standard surgical procedures in managing menorrhagia
Clifford W. Rogers, MD
Gynecologist, The Everett Clinic, Providence Regional Medical Center, EvergreenHealth Medical Center, and Swedish Medical Center/Edmonds, WA
- 1.00 Contact hours
- 1.00 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level