The AUA Presents the Pediatric Update Series!
Strengthen Your Pediatric Knowledge and Prepare for the ABU Subspecialty Certification!
The new Pediatric Update Series is designed for those taking the ABU Pediatric Subspecialty Certification Examination. Five lessons are immediately available, focusing on pediatric subspecialty topics. Each lesson is presented individually, giving you the flexibility to purchase the lessons that will strengthen your knowledge as you prepare for the certification.
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General: Infection & Inflammatory Processes Involving the GU Tract: Antibiotic prophylaxis
Thomas W. Gaither, Mary K. Wang, MD and Hillary L. Copp, MD, MS
At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will be able to identify which pediatric patient may benefit from antibiotic prophylaxis, describe the benefits and risks for antibiotic prophylaxis, determine an appropriate end point for prophylactic therapy and characterize the controversy surrounding continuous antibiotic prophylaxis.
Congenital Anomalies and Embryological Defects: Renal Agenesis
Solitary Kidney (2018) - Lesson 12 - NON CME
Stacy T. Tanaka, MD, MS
At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will understand the risk of chronic kidney disease and other urological concerns of patients with solitary kidney.
Neurogenic Bladder and Voiding Dysfunction: Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction
Anne G. Dudley, MD and Israel Franco, MD
At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will understand the common causes of urinary incontinence in children, and be able to initiate evaluation and provide treatment recommendations for daytime urinary incontinence and nocturnal enuresis.
Pediatric Neoplasms and Urinary Augmentation and Diversion: Renal
Amanda F. Saltzman, MD and Nicholas G. Cost, MD
At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will understand the epidemiology, etiology, pathological considerations and recommended management of renal masses in children, as well as current and future research objectives in this area of study.
Pediatric Neoplasms and Urinary Augmentation and Diversion: Testicular Tumors of Childhood and Adolescence
Lynn L. Woo, MD and Jonathan H. Ross, MD
At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will become familiar with the indications for considering partial orchiectomy, operative technique and outcomes after testis-sparing surgery.