“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin
AMOMED’s New Knowledge Portal – What’s in It for You?
The transfer of knowledge and findings in the medical arena is of particular importance to us. In an effort to provide educational materials and information about physicians’ experiences in therapy and treatment to health care professionals, AMOMED Pharma now offers a new segment on our website called AmoMED Academy. This resource is intended to serve as a knowledge pool about therapeutic options, clinical study results and first-hand experiences by physicians in intensive/critical care and emergency medicine.
The following publications are currently available at our AmoMED Academy and will be updated as new data and information are available:
- Overcoming limits in sepsis and atrial fibrillation: Modern cardiac critical care in the ICU (Springer Journal: Wiener Klinisches Magazin – Reprint October 2018)
- Post-operative atrial fibrillation treatment strategies and prevention: The current/future role for landiolol – Advisory Board Meeting 2018 (Springer Journal: Wiener Klinisches Magazin – Reprint September 2018)
- Decatecholaminization in cardiac surgery and sepsis: ISICEM 2018 – Getting a grip on catecholaminergic stress (Springer Journal: Wiener Klinisches Magazin: – Reprint June 2018)
- Landiolol and vasopressin in the perioperative period and in the ICU: New approaches for decatecholaminization (Universimed: Jatros – Special Issue 2018)
- Update on Sepsis and Heart Rate control (Springer Journal: Wiener Klinisches Magazin – Reprint January 2018
- Vasopressin and short-acting i.v. ß-blockers “Reloaded”: Individual therapy concepts in the ICU (Springer Journal: Wiener Klinisches Magazin – Reprint September 2017)
- Landiolol-advancing acute heart rate control: Now available in Europe with 15 years’ clinical experience (Springer Journal: Wiener Klinisches Magazin- Reprint June 2017)
Ongoing Education and Access to Data
We are planning on expanding this area of our website with more informational and educational material as it becomes available.
Is there anything specific in the area of intensive care and emergency medicine, anesthesia or neurology and psychiatry you would like to know more about? If yes, please let us know.