Certificate Course in Simulation Based Critical Care Medicine
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Why such a course.
- In the real world practise today there is a growing need for simulation based training to learn principles of CRM (crisis resource management); Team work; ICU protocols etc. before actually working with patients as more complex medico legal issues are involved while dealing with ICU patients.
- Plenty of ICU related topics workshops are available for training in the market today, however none of which is simulation based.
- Paucity of time with most of the working Intensivist doctors in the city to do a full time fellowship course.
- A beneficial course for all health science personnel interested to make their career in the field of intensive care medicine.
Training, Demonstration & Hands on experience in Medical Simulation Lab with 15 Days observership in various ICU’s of 1500 bedded D Y Patil Hospital.
Individuals completed their MBBS / BAMS / BHMS / BUMS / BSc Nursing, etc.
Comprehensive critical care practise and protocols will be taught, discussed, role-played with the HPS (human patient simulator) @ the Simulation lab.
The modules will be designed on a variety of critical care topics such as:
Session 1: Introduction & Overview
- Emergency medicine department- Organization of EMD, Organization of Emergency MS, Disaster management.
- Legal Aspects of Emergency medicine – Introduction
Session 2: Airway
- Airway management- Introduction
- Mechanical Ventilation- Introduction, Specific modes of Ventilation, General Classes of Ventilators, Noninvasive ventilation, Weaning
Session 3: Trauma
- Trauma Emergencies – General Approach to a trauma patient, traumatic shock, hypovolaemic shock, thoracic shock, and stab wound, pelvic trauma, genitourinary trauma, pediatric trauma, trauma in pregnancy, penetrating and Blunt neck trauma.
- Emergency department imaging- Emergency department sonography, Diagnostic imaging in Emergency medicine.
- Neurology in Trauma- Management of Head injuries, cerebral protection in head injuries, Spinal injuries.
Session 4: Medical Emergencies Part-1
- Cardio emergencies – Approach to chest pain, Cardiogenic shock, Congestive cardiac failure, Drugs and Interventions, Syncope, Cardiac arrhythmias
- Respiratory emergencies- Acute respiratory failure, Asthma emergencies, Bronchial emergencies, chronic obstructive pulmonary, Pulmonary Embolism and DVT
- Respiratory emergencies- Haemoptysis I, Haemoptysis II, lower respiratory tract infections, pleural effusions, Pneumothorax, Mycobacterial emergencies, Non-Cardiogenic pulmonary Oedema
Session 5: Medical Emergencies Part-2
- Endocrine emergencies- Hypoglycaemia, Diabetic ketoacidosis, NKH coma, Alcoholic ketoacidosis, Lactic acidosis, Thyroid storm, Myxoedema coma, Adrenal Coma, Adrenal Crisis, Management of DKA in Adults and children
- Neurological emergencies- CNS infection, Alterd mental status and Coma, Stroke emergencies
- Septic Shock – Introduction
Session 6: Medical Emergencies Part-3
- Acid based balance and Electrolyte disorders- Acid base balance and interpretation of Blood Gas results, Electrolyte disorders
- Renal Failure- Acute, Chronic
- Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary- Hepatic Encephalopathy, portal vein thrombosis, IBD, Gastroenteritis, Diverticular disease, Hepatitis, Fulminant Hepatic failure, Acute pancreatitis, Management of Acute bleeding oesopharyngeal Bleeding
Session 7: Surgical and Transfusion Emergencies
- Surgical Emergencies- Abdominal trauma, surgical emergencies, Acute cholecystitis, Diverticular Disease, Eosophageal perforation, Haemorrhoids, Inflammatory bowel Disease
- Surgical Emergencies- Anorectal Disorders, Pancreatitis, Anal Fissures and Fistulae, GI foreign bodies, Oropharyngeal foreign bodies, Rrectal foreign bodies, Abdomina Aortic Aneurism, Acute mesenteric ischaemia, Intestinal Obstruction
- Urogenital Emergencies- Urinary retention, Urinary tract infection, Genital lesions
- Tranfusion Emergencies- Introduction
Session 8: Obstetric, Gynecologic Emergencies
- Obstetric and Gynecological emergencies- Pelvic pain, Ectopic pregnancy, Vaginal bleeding during Pregnancy, Hypertension in Pregnancy, Emergency Delivery, Vaginitis, Cervicitis and Pelvic Inflammatory disease, Amenorrhoea, Sexual Assault
Session 9: Toxicology
- Approach to the Poisoned patient
- Antidotes commonly used in overdoses
- Treatment of Hypotension associated with drug poisoning
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Illicit drug and controlled substances of Abuse
- Alcohol withdrawal
- Digital toxicity
- Calcium channel blocker toxicity
- Acetaminophen Hepato- Toxicity
- Salicylate overdose
- Tricyclic Antidepressant overdoes
- Monoamino Oxides inhibitor overdoes
- Cyanide poisoning
- Ethanol poisoning
Session 10 : Environmental Emergencies
- Environmental Emergencies- Frost bite, Heat exhaustion and Heat stroke, High Altitude- Pulmonary symptoms, High Altitude Cerebral Symptoms, Hypothermia
- Burns- Chemical burns, Electrical burns, Lightning Burns, Thermal burns, Inhalation-Smoke
- Dive Emergencies- Barotrauma, near drowning
- Emergency department Anaphylaxis- Introduction
- Emergency department bites & stings
01 month residential program / 03 Months Weekend Program (Selective Weekends) with Training, Demonstration & Hands on experience in Medical Simulation Lab & observership in various ICU’s of 1500 bedded D Y Patil Hospital.
Participants will be provided with a course completion certificate by D Y Patil University.
Rs. 65,000/- per Participant
Certificate of Participation
Breakfast, Lunch and High Tea