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Session Description: This session will provide a high level overview of pulmonary infiltrates, their causes, symptoms, and treatment. The presenter will use research and case studies for providers to understand all of the facets needed to diagnose and treat pulmonary infiltrates.
Differentiate between different types of pulmonary infiltrates
Match patient symptoms with the different types of pulmonary infiltrates
Describe the causes of pulmonary infiltrates
Treat different pulmonary infiltrates
Speaker(s): Karen Fehr, ARNP Gregory J. James, DO, MPH, CMD
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