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9th Annual Critical Care Refresher Course 2021

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9fed Cwrs Gloywi Gofal Critigol Blynyddol 2021

78 Videos + 4 PDFs

BYDDWCH YN CAEL Y CWRS DRWY GYSYLLTIAD LAWRLWYTHO LIFETIME (CYFLYM CYFLYM) AR ÔL TALU

Sefydlwyd Cymdeithas Meddygaeth Gofal Critigol India ar 9 Hydref, 1993, ym Mumbai, India. Hi yw'r gymdeithas ddielw fwyaf o Feddygon Indiaidd, Nyrsys, Ffisiotherapyddion a gweithwyr proffesiynol gofal iechyd cysylltiedig eraill sy'n ymwneud â gofal y rhai sy'n ddifrifol wael. Mae ISCCM a ddechreuwyd gyda grŵp bach o ymgynghorwyr, o Mumbai, bellach ag aelodaeth o 12046, sy'n cynnwys 87 o ganghennau dinas ledled yr India gyda phencadlys ym Mumbai
Cwrs Capsiwl 4 diwrnod yn ymdrin ag amrywiol agweddau ar Ofal Critigol.
Yn ddefnyddiol ar gyfer paratoi ISCCM, y Bwrdd Cenedlaethol ac Theori ac Archwiliad Ymarferol EDIC

Dyddiad Rhyddhau: Mawrth 2021 

Pynciau: 

Diwrnod 1 

– 1 Extra Corporeal life support devices
– 2 A Covid 19 Pathogenesis
– 2 B Covid 19 Pathogenesis
– 3 Covid 19 Landmark trials
– 4 A polytrauma patient
– 5 Life threatening haemorrhage acute coagulopathy of trauma and massive transfusion in ICU
– 6 A critically ill pregnant patient
– 7 Electrolytes disturbances other than sodium yes we do exist
– 8 Skin and soft tissue catastrophe time is less to treat
– 9 Fungal infections in ICU-new headache
– 10 Antimicrobial drugs
– 11 Tropical fever in critical care
– 12 Antimicrobial dosing in Critical care
– 13 Principles of aerosol therapy in critical care
– 14 Non-invasive ventilation and Bipap settings to guidelines
– 15 The screen on ventilator curves and loops
– 16 PEEP titration in various diseases in intensive care
– 17 How do I interpret my ABG
– 18 Drowning classification and management
– 19 Morbid Obesity and Critical illness is there a reason to panic
– 20 A burns patient in ICU

Diwrnod 2 

– 1 A patient with acute onset jaundice coagulopathy and encephalopathy
– 2 Patient with tense abdomen high pressures with or without organ failures
– 3 Acute pancreatitis identification to management
– 4 A decompensated chronic liver disease patient in my ICU
– 5 Practice changing studies in critical care – I
– 6 Practice changing studies in critical care – II
– 7 Bitten by a venomous snake
– 8 Unknown substance overdose how do I manage
– 9 Heat stroke and heat exhaustion HAPE AMS and HACE
– 10 Intracranial hypertension definition pathophysiology techniques to measure and interpretation
– 11 Bulging brain how do I control
– 12 Brain stem death assessment and declaration
– 13 A patient with acute confusional state in icu
– 14 Critical illness polyneuromyopathy Risk factors diagnosis and management
– 15 Seizure in critically ill
– 16 Endocrine emergencies in critical care – rare but life threatening
– 17 Newer oral anticoagulants drugs risk and control of bleeding
– 18 An unanticipated difficult airway in ICU
– 19 A patient post solid organ transplant
– 20 Instruments

Diwrnod 3 

– 1 Hemodynamic monitoring – the basics
– 2 Hemodynamic monitoring beyond basics
– 3 Fluid responsiveness beyond 30 ml per kg
– 4 AKI Definition pathophysiology diagnosis and prevention
– 5 A patient with AKI – how and when do I dialyze
– 6 Dysnatremias in ICU am still confused
– 7 A Febrile Patient with no Neutrophils
– 8 Does my patient really have HAPVAP If yes how do I manage
– 9 A patient with cough fever breathlessness and infiltrates on X-ray Myasthenia Gravis when and how
– 10 Ventilation beyond basics
– 11 Traumatic brain injury
– 12 A patient with sudden onset headache but worst of his life
– 13 Guillain Barre Syndrome and Myasthenia Gravis
– 14 A patient with fever, altered sensorium with or without seizures
– 15 How to interpret my patients ECG
– 16 How to appraise a research paper
– 17 Plasma exchange in critical care-when and how to d0
– 18 Imaging relevant to critical care
– 19 Drugs

Diwrnod 4 

– 1 Right Heart Failure Intensivist nightmare
– 2 What to do after cardiac arrest TTM and post cardiac arrest care
– 3 A patient in cardiac failure with or without poor heart
– 4 A patient with sudden onset pain in legs with circulatory collapse
– 5 hypertension and organ dysfunction
– 6 Oxygen therapy devices in ICU
– 7 Ventilation induced lung injury how do I prevent
– 8 My patient continues to remain hypoxic how do I manage
– 9 Various methods by which I can wean my patient from ventilator
– 10 My patient has GI bleed Variceal nonvariceal upper lower
– 11 Abdominal catastrophes in intensive care
– 12 A potential organ donor in ICU how do I optimize
– 13 Thrombocytopenia and coagulopathies in ICU
– 14 Hematological Emergencies in ICU
– 15 A patient with breathing difficulty with or without history of smoking and atopy
– 16 O P Poisoing
– 17 Whom when and how to feed a critically ill patient Will he land up with refeeding backlash
– 18 A patient with sudden onset of slurring of speech with weakness in limbs

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