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EMS Self-Learning Modules
Adverse effects of cannabidiol: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials
Systematic review and meta-analysis looks at the adverse effects of CBD across all medical indications.
Effects of Cannabis Use on Sedation Requirements for Endoscopic Procedures
Retrospective review of 250 medical records with regard to age and gender to determine whether differences were present among different groups as to the relative amount of sedation medication required in cannabis users vs nonusers.
Exogenous cannabinoids as substrates, inhibitors, and inducers of human drug metabolizing enzymes: a systematic review
Studies of THC, CBD, and CBN inhibition and induction of major human CYP-450 isoforms generally reflect a low risk of clinically significant drug interactions with most use, but specific human data are lacking.
The intent of these learning modules is to provide consistent and concise information to all providers. The content of the Module has been reviewed by the Protocol Development and Review Sub-Committee, and, where applicable, includes the specific standing order, resource and reference material, and instructions for completing the Self-Learning Module to obtain continuing education credit. One hour of SAEMS continuing education credit may be issued following successful completion of the module.