CME for ProgressNotes - SAMMPRIS Trial - Stenting vs Aggressive Medical Management

 
In order to receive credit for completing the article SAMMPRIS Trial - Stenting vs Aggressive Medical Management, please complete the post test, activity evaluation and your contact information below. You must receive a minimum score of 70% on the post test to receive credit for this article. A credit letter will be emailed to you in the next few days.

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1. 1. Which one of the following statements about the results of the SAMMPRIS trial is true?
2. 2. Which one of the following was not part of the aggressive medical management in the SAMMPRIS trial?
3. 3. In 2008, what proportion of stroke deaths in South Carolina occurred in those younger than 65 years?
4. Relevant financial relationships or the absence of relevant financial relationships were disclosed in the beginning of the article.
5. The information presented was evidence based and balanced.
6. This article was free of commercial bias.
7. As a result of the information in this article I will make a change in my practice.
8. If you answered yes to the question above please list the change(s) that you plan to make in your practice.
9. As a result of this article, I am able to identify the main risk factors to target in patients with atherosclerotic intracranial arterial stenosis.
10. As a result of this article, I am able to identify the risks associated with intracranial transluminal angioplasty and stenting
11. As a result of this article, I am able to list key stroke statistics for the United States and specifically, South Carolina.
12. Please let us know if you have any areas in your practice that you need to have addressed in future CME activities.
13. Your contact information
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