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  • Lectures 8
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 10 week
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 0
  • Assessments Yes

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  • Cardiovascular Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute cardiovascular emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • Respiratory Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute Respiratory emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • CNS Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute CNS emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • Hematological Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute hematological emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • Endocrine Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute Endocrine emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • Rheumatological Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute Rheumatological emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • Dermatological Emergencies

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute Dermatological emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

  • Infectious Diseases

    Candidates are taught the symptomatic and systematic approach to acute infections related emergencies. They are taught the differential diagnosis of each sign and symptoms, best monitoring technique, choice of investigations, interpretation of labs and best management strategy in each emergency.

Dr. Shahzad Anjum is the senior consultant, emergency department in Qatar and the assistant professor in Weill Cornell Medical College.

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