Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) in Geriatric Patients
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) in Geriatric Patients
This course provides comprehensive information on BPH—commonly referred to as “enlarged prostate” and the most common genitourinary problem for which elderly men seek medical care. Learn about the condition, including how BPH is typically diagnosed and managed in geriatric patients.

Explore the following BPH topics:
• Key facts about this disorder
• Common causes and risk factors
• Signs and symptoms
• Diagnostic processes
• Clinical management, including medications and procedures

What’s included: eLearning course with milestone practice tests, and a downloadable companion eHandbook, which includes screening tools and a fact sheet.

Continuing Education credits: 4 CEUs G/A/C

Learning Objectives:
• Describe benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
• Identify the anatomy and function of the prostate and the anatomical structures that surround it
• Recognize the potential causes of BPH
• List the risk factors for BPH
• Identify common signs and symptoms of BPH
• List methods for diagnosing BPH
• Identify the primary goals of BPH treatment
• List various treatment options for BPH, including conservative approaches, pharmaceutical management, and interventional procedures
• Discuss the potential benefits for each treatment modality
• Describe potential treatment-related adverse outcomes and complications
• Trace the steps and various paths of the patient journey for BPH
• Describe considerations for interacting with caregivers of patients with BPH

Members - $100
Nonmembers - $150

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Summary
Availability: 14 days to finish
Cost: Member: $100.00
Nonmember: $150.00
CEU Offered: 4 Gen/Adm/Clin CEUs
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