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Warm weather often brings with it an increased number of patients being exposed to summer hazards and risks. A variety of health conditions occur more frequently during the summer months when free time, travel and vacations lead to potentially hazardous increased outdoor activities for adults and children alike. Heat-induced dehydration endangers the elderly and those with renal disease. Heatstroke becomes more likely to happen as people spend more time outdoors, and physicians should urge caution about sun damage with potential for skin cancer and the hazards of tick-borne disease.

This timely series of self-paced, CME activities provides an increased understanding of how to properly manage and prevent summertime medical conditions. This course is relevant for U.S. and worldwide physicians, medical students, residents, nurses, physician assistants and other allied health and medical professionals who participate in the diagnosis, prescribing, and treatment of patients.

CME 32.25 Total Credits
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