Vaping Associated Lung Injury Explained by Dr. Seheult
 

WHAT CLINICIANS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE EVOLVING EPIDEMIC

Vaping & E-Cigarette associated illnesses & deaths have resulted in significant media attention. 

Dr. Seheult illustrates key points about vaping and E-cigarette associated lung injury and failure.  Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, imaging results, and treatment options -- that we know about at this time.

More information and studies are needed as vaping deaths and hospitalizations in 2019 continue to rise.

Course Contents:

MELANIE MATERSON

Thank you for explaining so clearly.

LANE ERTUGAY, MD

MARIANA TEIXEIRA (Medical Student)

Very clearly explains the updates and recent articles about lung injury associated with vaping (mostly THC but also nicotine). Also adds a small clarification on the possible interest of the tobacco industry on denigrating vaping as a "safe" form of accessing nicotine.

ALLISON SPENCER

Brief synopsis of the situation explained clearly, well done and easy to follow.

DEEPA QUADIR-ALAM, PA-C

Clear concise

LESLIE PELLEGRINI

The updates are very helpful. A great course, especially on Hospitalist rotation.

DEBORAUGH RODGERS

The follow up to the first video was definitely needed. It is nice to get a sense of cause and therefore suggest avoidance of contaminants. Thank you.

RON HEBERGER, PA-C

Excellent

CHRISTOF WELSS

Great THX

MOFREH SARHAN

Excellent presentaion very easly to follow ,I wish all medical institutets can make lectures so simple and very intersting welldone keep your hard work up and may sincer regards and thanks all the team and special thanks to the presenters Mofreh retired pharmacist

KATHLEEN ANDERSON, NP

Well done with the information on hand. Updates on this subject are very much appreciated.

HUMBERTO RIOS, MD

Good understanding of this new entity very updated

MARK RAMIREZ

So as a Family Physician what’s my role? Ask about vaping on every teenage, Adult less than 50 age visit focusing on the young males. Those athletic physical clearances would probably be the most opportune time. Consider Vaping in differential on respiratory/GI assoc visits. Puts me on the front line so hopefully specialist won’t see in critical care.

NANCY DAVIS, PA-C

Really informative and useful. I follow adolescent patients with asthma and counsel them at visits about the risks of vaping and urge them not to accept offers to vape. A pt education/counseling script would be super helpful. Thanks for producing this series! I'll watch for your updates. 5 star rating. Nancy

KI RABE

Thank you for the information, we have had one death at our hospital. I asked all of my ER patients If they vape now. I have noted how diminished the breath sounds are with the sob vaping group. In PFT lab we see advanced obstructive changes after a few years of vaping. The future is bright for respiratory specialist (RT’s)

SALLY HONESS, NP

This course filled in a few gaps about vaping and the possible negative outcomes of vaping. I personally know a few people that vape. With these facts from this course I'm able to teach about the dangers of vaping and the use of e-cigarettes such EVALI. The symptoms of EVALI were expressed clearly which enables each provider to recognize when a patient presents with pulmonary distress to include questions about vaping and use of e-cigarettes, along with questions about the use of tobacco, marijuana, alcohol, or illicit drugs so that the patient can be treated appropriately.

NATHAN NICOLA, NP

Very well done review! Thanks for the free course!

SARAH FEIGENBAUM, PA-C

ERIC HEINE, MD

Concise and inclusive - loved it

KYLIE WHITE

GERALYN ROSCOE, RN

informative ! Thank you

NIGERIA STAHL, MD

Great summary! Information was need to know and evidence (so far) based.

JANICE COOK

Thank You!

JAMES ROBERTSON, MD

AGNES BAUTISTA, MD

Well explained thank you.

IVAN WONG, MD

MARGARET PENNEY, RN

Clear, succinct, interesting, helpful. Impressed by illustrations, review and leads for more information.

KATY MAYFIELD

Very interesting about the abdominal symptoms. So much to learn. I enjoyed the videos.

ROBERT STANG, MD

Excellent

DIANE DREWE, RN

As always, well documented, understandable and useful information

BRUCE STIRLING

excellent concise, up to date, well-referenced material. thank you!

LUCY CANNING, RN

Explained clearly and concisely in language that is easy to understand. Diagrams and different colors used effectively to summarize and compare diagnosis and treatments. Many thanks

JILL CONNOLLY, RN

ERMAN RUZAINI BIN HAMID, MD

STACI KAY

TIMOTHY ROBERTS, MD

good review. a case study may have helped give details of presentation and when to suspect vape induced lung injury as opposed to common bronchitis

MARIE BARSEGHIAN

KATHERINE CLEMENT, RN

As the title suggests, explained clearly! Interesting and great work to take the comments on causation and then review the literature. Thanks for your good work. It will be interesting to see how these numbers go as the legalization of thc and the awareness of vaping related lung injury grows.

SHARON GIBBENS, RN

Very clearly explained about a topic I had no previous knowledge about...Thank you

XIAOMING LUO

Very interesting topic. Thanks!

MIKE MCFARLAND, MD

Excellent

FERNANDO FERNANDEZ ARCAS, MD

MEREDITH SICKEL, EMT

ASHLEY EGGLESTON

Great information. I appreciate the summary of the research findings!

MAX LAZARRE

JANE BUZZURRO, Paramedic

Interesting!

CARLOS LOPEZ, MD

Great information, should continue with other update topics reviews as a new product! Great job thanks

LORI GOLDEN, PA-C

great

JOHN DUNN, MD

RONI D'ANDRIA (NP Student)

Thank you. I've had many questions in this subject.

GERMAN RIGESTI, MD

Great insightful and educational!

PAULA YOUNG, NP

M Q, MD

A good short summary to stay current with the EVALI literature.

CAROLYN ESTORNELL (NP Student)

This is great!

PETER ĎUREC, MD

SHERYL LEHMAN

JOHN ALAM

CAROL SPILLMAN, NP

MANUEL SUAREZ, MD

Outstanding update on a timely issue.

VISHNU BHARDWA, MD

From being an ICU doctor in the UK and Australia, having never seen these pathologies, its been great to be able to lay a foundation of what to expect when (not if!) I eventually do see them!

VIRGINIA HORN, RN

It's a good quick review

PAUL DURANTE

Excellent

TERESA SLUYS, RN

JANE MCKENNA, NP

THOMAS WHITE, Paramedic

STACIE GOULD, RN

ZISHAN ASI (Nursing Student)

great

JULIUS YORAC, RN

JESSICA JACKSON

ROBERT BERNARD

good

HEBA AL-TARCHEH, MD

Add pathology interpretation..

HIRAM CARDONA, MD

excellent!!!

DAWN OSBORN

CHRIS PENDLETON, Paramedic

Very informative

JANNA REEVES (NP Student)

NATAN KHOTIANOV, MD

so timely!

AMIE COOK

KATHLEEN HEGARTY, MD

TANYA MCHALE (NP Student)

ZANE KELLY

KEVIN BOOTH

Learned a lot. thanks

JASON MEVI, MD

DAWN LUCAS

Very good with the added bonus of recent statistical updates!

CHRISTINE ANNE GERONIMO

RUTH GARD, NP

MELODY SONNENBERG, RN

Good information

JACK RUBIN, MD

LEE GARDNER, MD

Brilliant....Thank You, Dr. Seheult.

DARIA BROWN, RN

SHARON CHA, PA-C

short concise and to the point.

BRANDON HABKOUK, NP

Concise overview of updates on Vaping associated lung injuries.

JENNIFER PYEATT, Pharmacist

RUTH A. SANTOS, MD

Precise and concise! Good source of info for the latest in this topic!

MIKE KEIM

Excellent review and summary!

SUE WALKER, RN

I found this course very informative in a manner that I could understand. I really appreciate the visuals!

ARBEN SUSURI

SANDRA RAMIREZ, PA-C

ETHEL JAEGER

ROBERT RHODES

JENN ROY, RN

SUSAN ABEL

Very clear review


  • Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

  • Over 20 years teaching experience as both an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.

  • Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.



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