Thank you for subscribing to the SSRA Library. The format for these courses is to view a videotaped lecture by one of our faculty (which will include a presentation), view a tutorial of ultrasound imaging techniques for each nerve block, and take a post-course quiz. You must correctly answer 80 % of the questions in order to obtain CME credit. After you pass the quiz, you will be required to do a course evaluation before CME credits will be made available to you in the form of a certificate.
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