Symposium at AAFP
Faculty: Culley C. Carson III, MD, and Martin M. Miner, MD
Attend The Primary Perspective: Bridging Gaps in Male Urologic and Cardiovascular Health, a free CME-certified lunch symposium to be held October 22, 2014, in Washington, DC in conjunction with AAFP 2014. Culley C. Carson III, MD, and Martin M. Miner, MD, will examine strategies to improve the concomitant management of ED, BPH/LUTS, hypogonadism, and CVD with PDE5 inhibitor therapy and testosterone therapy, focusing on how the management of these conditions may improve cardiometabolic parameters and overall health. This symposium is eligible for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Case Report Podcast
Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH, reviews a challenging case from his clinical practice involving a soldier and his partner who had been critically injured in combat. Discussion includes her desire to restart sexual activity after a period of abstinence, and the effect of treatment for erectile dysfunction and hypogonadism following prostatectomy on her self-esteem and their (intimate) relationship and intimacy. This educational activity is eligible for a maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ through September 16, 2015.
Abraham Morgentaler, MD, examines a study reported by Vigen et al in The Journal of the American Medical Association, that assessed rates of death, myocardial infaction (MI), and stroke in men who received testosterone therapy for hypogonadism, and discusses the results of this study in the context of the existing literature about testosterone and cardiovascular risk.
This educational activity is eligible for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ through January 10, 2015.
Doctor Is In—Case 8
Joseph, a 45-year-old male who has end-stage nonischemic dilated cardiomyopathy and has a left ventricular assist device in place, has been referred to a urologist because of his complaint of difficulty with sexual function and activities. This educational activity is eligible for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ through April 30, 2015.