Bloodless Classroom

MedStar Health Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Courses

 

MedStar Health’s Bloodless Medicine and Surgery eLearning modules introduce healthcare providers to the fundamentals of Bloodless Medicine and Surgery, and allow them to participate in immersive case studies that demonstrate shared decision-making and interdisciplinary teamwork in the treatment of bloodless medicine patients.

 

The Fundamentals of Bloodless Medicine and Surgery

 

These Continuing Education (CE) accredited introductory modules walk learners through the history of bloodless medicine and surgery (BMS); identify key factors that led to the growth of the bloodless approach; outline strategies that ensure patient safety and well-being; and discuss legal and ethical concerns related to BMS. The intended audience for these modules are healthcare providers and administrators throughout the world who are interested in learning about the care of patients who decline blood transfusion.

Module 1: History of Bloodless Medicine and Surgery

This introductory module walks learners through the history of bloodless medicine and surgery and identifies key factors that led to the growth of the bloodless approach.

Estimated time: 15 minutes
CE Credits: 0.25

Module 2: Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Strategies

This module discusses the primary pillars of bloodless medicine and surgery and outlines strategies that ensure patient safety and well-being.

Estimated time: 15 minutes
CE Credits: 0.25

Module 3: Legal and Ethical Considerations of Bloodless Medicine and Surgery

This module discusses the legal and ethical considerations around the bloodless approach and identifies strategies that promote shared decision-making between healthcare providers and their patients.

Estimated time: 15 minutes
CE Credits: 0.25

Interactive Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Case Studies

 

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These case studies are based on individual patient experiences. This content is being provided for informational and reference purposes only and should not be used as guidelines for medical decision-making. We advise all clinicians to use independent medical judgment when providing care to patients.