(Click Category to List Courses)

44 - MDC - Medical Sciences and Clinical Research


MDC 217 - Basic Airway Management

Code Start Date Duration Venue
MDC 217 12 September 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 217 07 November 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 217 05 December 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
Please contact us for fees

 

Course Description

Airway management is an essential skill for clinicians in critical situations and is fundamental to the medical practice. Airway management is a life-saving skill all medics must be well-versed in. It is the most important priority in the management of the severely injured patient. It is essential to open and clear the airway to allow free access of air to the distal endobronchial tree. Both manual methods and the special devices are used for opening the airway. The important steps include assessment, planning, and a series of medical procedures to maintain or restore the patients’ breathing or ventilation. Lack of skills can lead to reduced blood oxygen levels in individuals and can be life-threatening. 

Course Objectives

  • Overview of upper airway anatomy.
  • Learning the equipment and maneuvers to open the airway.
  • Understanding the live saving procedures.
  • Learning tips and tricks for effective airway management

Who Should Attend?

  • Doctors
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Paramedics
  • Nurse anesthetists
  • Nurses
  • Healthcare Policy Makers Anyone who wants to learn about airway management

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Definitions: ventilation, airway management, difficult airway, failed tracheal intubation, surgical airway
  • Upper airway anatomy
  • Opening the airway in unconscious individuals
  • Devices: facemask, supraglottic airway devices, tracheal tubes

Day 2

  • Airway assessment
  • Tracheal intubation skills
  • Direct and indirect laryngoscopy
  • Videolaryngoscopy

Day 3

  • Challenges and complications during airway management
  • Airway management guidelines
  • Vortex approach for difficult airway management
  • Case presentations

Day 4

  • Differences between adult and pediatric airway  
  • Principles of pediatric airway management
  • Medications
  • Pediatric devices

Day 5

  • Non-technical skills 
  • Airway disasters 
  • Extubation 
  • Surgical airway techniques