CHEST SEEK™, previously known as ACCP-SEEK®, is available in print.Rationales provide thorough explanations and reasoning for the correct and incorrect answers.
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- The new CHEST App™ for Android and Apple iOS, the mobile destination for CHEST news and the new home for the CHEST SEEK™ Library
- For your CME needs, the CHEST SEEK CME app for iOS
The CHEST App is the best way to enhance your knowledge of pulmonary, pediatric pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine; access news feeds and our live courses; and review topics and cases you can find in board exam questions at your convenience. Sign in with your e-mail and password associated with you CHEST account and find resources for board review at your fingertips. Download the CHEST App for Android or Apple.
The new CHEST App includes:
- Free sample of CHEST SEEK questions
- Access to the CHEST SEEK Library, which syncs user activity across mobile apps and computer browsers
- The latest CHEST offerings, including how to attend live learning events
- Resources and guidelines
- Connections to CHEST social media
- A guide to other CHEST apps, including the journal CHEST
The CHEST App is the new home for CHEST SEEK, an ideal resource to prepare for board exams, stay on top of the latest clinical information, and to access content on both mobile app and computer. To have access to the latest clinical content, subscribe to the CHEST SEEK Library. To access SEEK content on your computer, log in with your e-mail associated with your CHEST ID and password at eseeklibrary.chestnet.org.
The Library includes the following SEEK editions:
- CHEST SEEK Critical Care Medicine: 26th Edition
- CHEST SEEK Pulmonary Medicine: 25th Edition
- CHEST SEEK Critical Care Medicine: 24th Edition
- CHEST SEEK Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine: 1st Edition
- ACCP-SEEK Volume XXIII: Pulmonary Medicine
- ACCP-SEEK Volume XXII: Critical Care Medicine
- ACCP-SEEK Volume XXI: Pulmonary Medicine
- CHEST SEEK Sleep Medicine: 4th Edition
- ACCP-SEEK Sleep Medicine: Second Edition
- ACCP-SEEK Sleep Medicine: Third Edition
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CHEST SEEK CME iOS
- Download up to 30 free questions
- Earn up to 42.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ CME
- Earn American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) points equal to the number of CME credits available
- Purchase in the iTunes store
- Case-based questions with rationales developed by nationally recognized experts provide thorough explanations for correct and incorrect answers, as well as linked references—helpful for board exam preparation or general review.
- Handy app features include answer tracking, note taking, voice annotating, highlighting, and reference links.
- Quickly find topics of interest with multiple search index options, including searching by key word, and subject taxonomies, and a smart full-text search.
- Zoom in on images and figures, view them in portrait or landscape mode, and mark as favorites the images and figures you need to reference again. On the iPad®, there also is enhanced figure viewing with double-sized (2x) screen capacity.
- Study on the go. No connectivity is needed to instantly access SEEK questions and answers once they are purchased.
CHEST SEEK CME iOS
I would like CME/MOC for this activity.
CME credit is available for completing activities in the SEEK CME app, which features editions in each of the key areas of chest medicine, eligible for up to 42.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and the equivalent amount of ABIM MOC points:
- CHEST SEEK Sleep Medicine: 4th Edition (maximum of 42.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™)
- CHEST SEEK Pulmonary Medicine: 25th Edition (maximum of 42.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™)
To earn CME credit, you must first complete all questions in that specific edition within the app. Upon completion, you will be instructed to complete an additional 20 questions online and find details for claiming CME credit. The 20-question posttest consists of questions closely related to the content matter within that specified SEEK book.
PLEASE NOTE: The newest SEEK critical care medicine product, CHEST SEEK Critical Care Medicine: 26th Edition is NOT available for CME in the SEEK CME app at this time but is available as a book purchase for CME. If you do not require CME CHEST SEEK Critical Care Medicine: 26th Edition is available in the CHEST SEEK Library subscription. Please contact the Help Team at HelpTeam@chestnet.org or 800/343-2227 for more info.
Can I claim my CME/MOC anytime?
CME/MOC must be claimed 1 year from date of purchase. Access to CME/MOC claiming and all online assessments and evaluations will terminate 1 year from purchase date.
|| Product Expiration Date (must be purchased by this date)
|CHEST SEEK Sleep Medicine: 4th Edition
| December 31, 2017
|CHEST SEEK Pulmonary Medicine: 25th Edition
| December 31, 2017
How do I access my online posttest to complete the activity after I’ve finished my questions in the app?
If accessing active, CME-eligible product or activity purchased after May 4, 2015, please follow the instructions below.
- Log in to chestnet.org using the e-mail and password you used to purchase SEEK CME.
- In My Account, click "Manage CME."
- Click “Ready to start” under your Planned CME Activities. Complete the posttest assessment and successfully receive a minimum score of 70%. You will be allowed up to three attempts.
- Complete the learning activity evaluation. Once you have completed the required assessments and evaluation, the activities will appear in your Claimable CME Activities under My Account.
- To complete the claiming process, return to My Account on chestnet.org and click "Manage CME" again.
- Click on the "Claim" button to select the credit type and print your certificate and transcript.
If you have questions regarding claiming CME/MOC, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for support. CME is currently available only for products purchased directly from CHEST. If you have questions regarding your order, contact CHEST Help Team at HelpTeam@chestnet.org or 800/343-2227.
If accessing active, CME-eligible product or activity purchases prior to May 4, 2015, please follow the instructions below.
- Log in to chestnet.org using your user name and password.
- Click My Learning in the top toolbar or left sidebar. You will then be directed to the learning management system.
- Click on the appropriate course.
- Click and complete the post-course knowledge assessment(s). You must receive a minimum score of 70% for successful completion.
- Click and complete the course evaluation.
- Once you have completed the knowledge assessment(s) and evaluation, you will be able to print your certificate.
- After you print your certificate, you will write in the total number of credits claimed.
I already purchased the print edition. May I claim CME/MOC for answering questions in both the book and the CME app?
No, you may only claim CME/MOC for one format because the content is the same in both the print and app versions.
If I purchase the print book, can I get the app for free?
No, these are two separate products.
To the purchasers of the CHEST SEEK Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine: 1st Edition book:
There is an error in the explanation to the answer of question 2 (pages 39-40 in the Response Key, Rationale, and References section). The red text is the corrected information.
View the correct information
To the purchasers of the CHEST SEEK Sleep Medicine: 4th Edition book:
There is an error in the explanation to question 81. In the third paragraph, it reads:
When RLS/WED occurs in the absence of a known risk or predisposing factor, it is deemed to be secondary. In cases where there is no discernible predisposing factor, RLS/WED is sometimes referred to as primary.
The bolded phrase above should be the following:
When RLS/WED occurs in the presence of a known risk or predisposing factor, it is deemed to be secondary. In cases where there is no discernible predisposing factor, RLS/WED is sometimes referred to as primary.
There is an error in the explanation to the answer of question 129. The last sentence in the first paragraph reads:
In a randomized crossover study by Spiegal et al (examining measures of leptin, ghrelin, hunger, and appetite) comparing two nights of 4 h in bed vs two nights of 10 h in bed, leptin levels were decreased by 18%, ghrelin levels decreased by 28%, hunger increased 23%, and appetite for nutrients with high carbohydrate content was increased by >30% when sleep was restricted (choice D is correct).
The bolded phrase above should be the following: "...ghrelin levels increased by 28%, hunger increased 23%, and appetite for nutrients with high carbohydrate content was increased by >30% when sleep was restricted [choice D is correct]).
The rationale answer explanation is correct for question 143, but the correct answer callout on top should read, "B: Schedule a formal PSG to assess the presence of central apneas."
To the purchasers of the CHEST SEEK Pulmonary Medicine: 25th Edition book:
Question 34 is no longer accurate. The following article (Cowie MR, Woehrle H, Wegscheider K, Angermann C, d'Ortho MP, Erdmann E, Levy P, Simonds AK, Somers VK, Zannad F, Teschler H. Adaptive Servo-Ventilation for Central Sleep Apnea in Systolic Heart Failure. New Engl J Med. 2015;373(12):1095-105) was posted after the book was published, which showed an increase in all-cause mortality in patients with a left ventricular ejection fraction of 45% or less, New York Heart Association class II or greater heart failure, and >50% central events on a diagnostic study who were treated with adaptive servo- ventilation.
To the purchasers of the CHEST SEEK Critical Care Medicine: 26th Edition book:
There is an error in the explanation to question 14. In the fourth paragraph, it reads:
Treatment is similar to that of acute CHF from other causes, including oxygen, noninvasive ventilation, diuretics, nitrates, and inotropic agents. The management of chronic CHF due to PPCM is also similar to nonpregnancy-related CHF, with particular care to some contraindicated medications such as angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin-receptor blockers while still pregnant. Bromocriptine blocks procalcitonin and has been used in the management of PPCM.
The bolded phrase should be the following:
Treatment is similar to that of acute CHF from other causes, including oxygen, noninvasive ventilation, diuretics, nitrates, and inotropic agents. The management of chronic CHF due to PPCM is also similar to nonpregnancy-related CHF, with particular care to some contraindicated medications such as angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin-receptor blockers while still pregnant. Bromocriptine blocks prolactin and has been used in the management of PPCM.