1-Explain the cardiopulmonary concerns for COVID-19 in sports.
2-List the most common causes of sudden cardiac death in sports.
3-Properly risk stratify your patients for return to play after COVID-19.
4-Be able to access and follow the KSHSAA return to play progression after COVID-19 for Kansas High School athletes.
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Andrew Porter, DO, ABFM
Andrew Porter, DO, is a graduate of Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his Family Medicine Residency and Sports Medicine Fellowship at Via Christi in Wichita Kansas. Dr. Porter then moved back to Iowa and practiced rural family medicine in Bloomfield, Iowa. He also had the honor of serving in the United State Army as a field surgeon in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Dr. Porter then accepted a position as Faculty for the KU School of Medicine-Wichita Family Medicine Residency and Sports Medicine Fellow at Via Christi. He is now the Director of Osteopathic Medical Education for core osteopathic medical students at Via Christi, a Clinical Associate Professor at KU- School of Medicine and is also the sports medicine fellowship program director.