Managing Airway in the Emergency Department (ABC’s of Airway Management)
We teach candidates how to assess airway and what are the predictors of difficult airway. How to prepare for drugs, what are different equipment used, how to manage in different clinical scenarios. Candidates will be taught how to use bag valve mask effectively and how to monitor patients during airway management.
- Basics of Airway (Pathophysiology)
- Equipment and Monitoring
- Airway devices and Techniques
- Other Intubation Techniques
- Drugs and Monitoring
- Difficult Airway
- Approach to Intubation
- Failed airway
- Rapid Sequence Intubation (RSI)
- Surgical Airway Management
- Special Clinical Circumstances and Airway Management (Ideal drug and technique)
Invasive and non-Invasive Ventilation
Candidates are taught techniques of invasive and non-invasive ventilation. They are taught when to choose non-invasive ventilation, how to select initial settings in CPAP and BIPAP. How to select ventilator settings.
Monitoring Techniques and Pearls in Emergency Department
Candidates are taught different monitoring techniques in emergency department and interpretation of abnormal vitals. They are taught pearls and pitfalls faced during monitoring in emergency department. How to identify collapsing patient and getting useful information from abnormal vital signs.
How to identify and Manage Shock. Use of Clinical skills and Tools to identify shock (Role of Point of Care Ultrasound)
Candidates are given the depth of knowledge to idenCandidates are given the depth of knowledge to identify and manage different types of shock. Candidates are taught the signs and symptoms and useful hints to identify occult shock. They are taught role of POCUS in identifying shock and its role in monitoring the resuscitation.tify and manage different types of shock. Candidates are taught the signs and symptoms and useful hints to identify occult shock. They are taught role of POCUS in identifying shock and its role in monitoring the resuscitation.
Procedural Sedation in Emergency Department: Tricks and Trade
Candidates are taught importance of procedural sedation in emergency department. They are taught how to choose drugs for conscious sedation in different emergency scenarios, how to monitor patient during procedural sedation, how to observe patient after procedural sedation is given and when it is safe to discharge patient after procedural sedation is given.
Emergency Drugs, and Procedures (Getting Expertise in Emergency Procedures)
Candidates are given information about all the emergency equipment and drugs used in the emergency department. Candidates are taught how to choose suitable lifesaving drugs while managing patients in emergency department, how to monitor patient and how to identify side effects and complications and dealing with these side effects and complications. Candidates are also taught all the important emergency procedures done in emergency department.
Emergency Pain Management
Candidates are taught the analgesia ladder and art of choosing best analgesia in different clinical situation. Candidates are taught about different analgesics used in emergency department. They are taught how to effectively manage pain in different clinical scenarios and new techniques of analgesia by giving regional anesthesia under ultrasound guidance.
Managing arrhythmias. ABC’s of Pacemakers
Candidates are taught how to identify different types of arrhythmias and best treatment option in each type. They are taught how to identify narrow complex and wide complex arrhythmias and what is the best modality of treatment. Candidates are also taught how to identify stable and unstable patients and the causes of arrhythmias. They are given basic information about pacemakers and how to use pace maker in emergency department.
- How to identify different types of arrhythmias and best treatment
- How to identify narrow complex and wide complex arrhythmias and what is the best modality of treatment
- How to identify stable and unstable patients and the causes of arrhythmias
- Basic information about pacemakers
- How to use pace maker in emergency department.
Role of ABG’s in clinical Scenarios
Candidates are taught how to use arterial blood gases in different clinical scenarios. Candidates are taught how to interpret ABG and its role in diagnosis, management and monitoring of patients in emergency department. They are taught how to use different formulas to identify hidden metabolic problems and to look for effective compensation.
Approach to Fluids and Electrolytes in emergency. What’s the rationale to treat?
Candidates are taught how to identify fluid and electrolyte disorders in ED, types of fluids, choosing best fluid for any clinical scenario, how to monitor while giving fluids. They are taught how to manage a surgical patient, how to look for fluid deficit and how to calculate for maintenance fluids. Candidates are also taught how to identify electrolyte abnormality and best correction plan.
Shock (Role of Point of Care Ultrasound)
Candidates are taught how to use point of care ultrasound in identifying shock and managing shock. They are taught how to monitor resuscitation efforts with the help of point of care ultrasound. Candidates are also given the skills to differentiate different types of shock using POCUS.
Sepsis syndromes, SIRS, Septic shock
Candidates are taught the basics of sepsis syndromes, management strategies and monitoring techniques, pearls and pitfalls. They are taught how to use medications effectively and decision of starting vasopressors and inotropic support.