Training health MD courses in urgencies from € 599,99

 

Basic Course for Medical Ultrasound of Emergency

 

Graduates in medicine. Emergency physicians. Scope: Hospital and outpatient. 10h

  • Physical principles, instrumentation and spatial orientation. Objectives: Explain the basis of the utility of ultrasound in medicine. Understand how images are formed. Student guidance in the ultrasound screen. Presentation and utility of "Locomía"
  • Abdominal ultrasound. Aimed at train accident and emergency doctor in detecting free fluid, through the use and knowledge of the FAST protocol
  • Pleuro-pulmonary ultrasound. Training in the use of ultrasound for the detection and recognition of pneumothorax.
  • Echocardiography. Basic echocardiographic examination, specific probe movement techniques and displacement transducer, browser windows.
  • Vascular ultrasound. Training on models and phantoms to support invasive techniques such as channeling peripheral and central venous lines.
  • Invasive ultrasound. It includes training on models and phantoms for permeabilization of central and peripheral pathways.
  • Introduction to holistic ultrasound examination protocols for acute and critically ill patients.
  • Scientific evidence in accident and emergency ultrasound. How to move the ultrasound findings to clinical report

 

 It includes student participation in the search for scientific information published and contrasted, related to the use of ultrasound by the emergency physician and emergency. It is an activity prior to the course and preparation culminating in the written submission of the summary of a publication that meets the characteristics described above, and to be delivered to the Director of the course on the stage presence.

 

Airway management and Intubation Orotracheal

 
Aimed at: Graduates in medicine. Emergency physicians. Scope: Hospital and outpatient. 20h
  • anatomy
  • Emergency airway management
  • Indications for intubation
  • Assessment prior to intubation
  • Material for intubation
  • Anesthesia prior to intubation
  • tracheal intubation
  • supragóticos devices
  • Surgical management of airway
  • Management of the difficult airway
  • Management of the airway in the patient intubated
  • Replacing the tube
  • Complications of endotracheal intubation
  • extubation

 

Refresher course in pediatric emergencies

 

Aimed at: Doctor, Surgeon, Emergency physicians. Scope: Hospital and outpatient setting.

 
1. PE: Pediatric Assessment Triangle. Quality Criteria in the ER.
2. Oxygen. Pulse oximetry. Inhalation systems. Oxylog
3. Obstructive Pathology: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, foreign body.
4. ENT emergencies.
5. Eye emergency.
6. Analgesia and sedation.
7. Management of arrhythmias and heart failure.
8. Dermatology in the ER.
9. The neonate in the emergency department: reasons for frequent consultation.
10. Fever of unknown origin.
11. Acute gastroenteritis. Rehydration.
12. Abdominal pain. Constipation.
13. Hypoglycemia. Hyperglycemia. Ketoacidosis.
14. Covulsions.
15. Management of prevalent infectious pathology.
16. Neonatal and pediatric CPR workshop.
17. Initial management of the politraumatized child workshop.

Courses for nurses from € 159,99

Courses

  • Urgencies and emergencies for medical personnel. 60h.
  • Management, mobilization and transport of wounded. 20h.
  • Basic CPR and automated external defibrillator AED use. 12h.
  • BLS and ACLS of the American Heart Association-AHA 6 and 15h.
  • Operational management in disasters. 20h.
  • Pediatric emergencies. 20h.
  • Police action on the street for health workers training. 12h.
  • English medical language. 60, 120 and 200h.
  • Personal defense for health workers. 12h.

 

Refresher course in pediatric emergencies

 

Aimed at: Nurses Emergency. Scope: Hospital and outpatient setting.

 
1. PE: Pediatric Assessment Triangle. Quality Criteria in the ER.
2. Oxygen. Pulse oximetry. Inhalation systems. Oxylog
3. Obstructive Pathology: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, foreign body.
4. ENT emergencies.
5. Eye emergency.
6. Analgesia and sedation.
7. Management of arrhythmias and heart failure.
8. Dermatology in the ER.
9. The neonate in the emergency department: reasons for frequent consultation.
10. Fever of unknown origin.
11. Acute gastroenteritis. Rehydration.
12. Abdominal pain. Constipation.
13. Hypoglycemia. Hyperglycemia. Ketoacidosis.
14. Covulsions.
15. Management of prevalent infectious pathology.
16. Neonatal and pediatric CPR workshop.
17. Initial management of the politraumatized child workshop.

 

Extrahospital urgencies and emergencies

 

Advanced training for nurses in the urgency and emergency outside the hospital.

  1. Introduction and basic emergency concepts.
  2. Legislation.
  3. Ethics and deontology.
  4. Basic and instrumental life support.
  5. Advanced life support, adult and pediatric.
  6. Multisystemic problems: triage assessment on site, severity indications, diagnostic studies. Cardiovascular, respiratory and neurological systems.
  7. Other emergencies, poisoning.
  8. Protection and self-protection.
  9. Protection of the wounded.
  10. Evacuation of the wounded.
  11. The accident area.
  12. Driving in emergencies notions.
  13. Knowledge of the emergencey assistance material of the multidisciplinary team.
  14. Initial assistance to multiple trauma.
  15. Monitoring, invasive and therapeutic techniques.
  16. Management of victims that do not require immobilization.
  17. Management of victims that do require immobilization.
  18. Desincarcelación basics.
  19. Emergency rescue.
  20. Drug Guide.

Basic and recicled courses for technician from € 99,99

Management, mobilization and transport of patients

 

  • Management, mobilization and transport of victims. 20, 40 and 60 hours.
  • Management of victims that do not require immobilization.
  • Management of victims that do require immobilization.
  • Politraumatized victims.
  • The unconscious victim.
  • Pedriatic patient.
  • Geriatric Patient.

Course CPR and AED management, basic CPR and management of semi-automatic defibrillator

 

  1. Introduction to the course.
  2. Access to emergency system.
  3. Chain of survival concept.
  4. Basic Life Support.
  5. Practice basic life support maneuvers without gear: mouth to mouth ventilation, cardiac massage with 1 and 2 rescuers.
  6. Practice basic life support maneuvers instrumentalized: mask ventilation, oropharyngeal cannula.
  7. Patency of the airway.
  8. Evaluation of basic life support.
  9. Automated external defibrillator. Operation and maintenance.
  10. Sequence of action as recommended by the American Heart Association.
  11. Data collection by Utstein method.
  12. Practices external defibrillation. Safety and maintenance standards.
  13. Integrated practice with different simulation scenarios.
  14. Evaluation of semiautomatic external defibrillation.

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Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)

 

Main changes in pediatric advanced life support, reflecting the new science of the 2015 Guidelines of the American Heart Association for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.

  1. 1 and 2 rescuer child CPR and AED use
  2. 1 and 2 rescuer infant CPR
  3. Management of respiratory emergencies
  4. Rhythm disturbances and electrical therapy
  5. The vascular access
  6. Resuscitation team concept
  7. Respiratory heart, and the diScussion of cases and shok simulations
  8. Systematic approach to pediatric assessment

Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS)

  1. Pediatric assessment.
  2. Assessment and management of respiratory problems.
  3. Recognition and management of shock.
  4. Identification and management of cardiac arrest.
  5. Resuscitation team concept.

Basic Life Support (BLS)

 

Addresses to: First responders in emergencies, emergencies and disasters.

OBJECTIVES: Official program of the American Heart Association (AHA). Provider: Training in Basic Life Support techniques.

REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
  1. BLS Handbook of the American Heart Association
  2. Provider Certificate accredited by the AHA.
METHODOLOGY:
  1. Theoretical and practical classes taught by the AHA BLS Instructor.
  2. Audiovisual material: slides, videos, slides and notes.
  3. Torsos, dolls and educational materials to practice CPR procedures with direct supervision of the instructor.
EVALUATION: BLS Provider Certification with a minimum grade of 84%.
CONTENTS:
  1. Basics of CPR on adults.
  2. Chest compressions.
  3. Opening of AW and ventilation.
  4. Single rescuer sequence of CPR on adults.
  5. CPR on children.
  6. Two rescuers CPR on adults and children.
  7. Automated external defibrillators.
  8. CPR on infants.
  9. FBAO.
  10. Special Considerations.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)

 

Duration: 20 hours.

Addressed to: First responders in emergencies, emergencies and disasters.
OBJECTIVES: Official program of the American Heart Association (AHA) Provider: training in Advanced Life Support.
REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
  1. ACLS Manual of the American Heart Association
  2. Provider Certificate accredited by the AHA.
METHODOLOGY:
  1. Theoretical and practical classes taught by instructors from the AHA ACLS
  2. Audiovisual material: slides, videos, and notes.
  3. Torsos, dummies and learning materials to practice CPR procedures with direct supervision of the instructor.
EVALUATION: ACLS Provider Certification with a minimum grade of 84%.
CONTENTS:
  1. Overview of CPR.
  2. The primary assessment of BLS.
  3. The ACLS secondary survey.
  4. Dynamics of an effective resuscitation team.
  5. Respiratory arrest.
  6. VF / PVT.
  7. Asystole / PEA.
  8. Acute Coronary Syndrome.
  9. Bradycardia.
  10. Stable and unstable tachycardias.
  11. Acute stroke.

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