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North Central Florida Advanced Practice Nurses

Medscape CME Internet-Based Activity

Posted over 5 years ago by Mary S. Johnson

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Brain Glucose Hypometabolism, Ketosis, and Alzheimer Disease:

From Controversy to Consensus CME

Target Audience:

This activity is intended for neurologists, primary care physicians, and other healthcare practitioners involved in the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer disease.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify and evaluate the results of clinical research on brain glucose hypometabolism as a pathologic characteristic of Alzheimer disease
  2. Describe the rationale for treatment to address brain glucose hypometabolism
  3. Compare and contrast strategies to induce ketosis to address brain glucose hypometabolism