TRAINING CATEGORIES
(Click Category to List Courses)

44 - MDC - Medical Sciences and Clinical Research


MDC 407 - Adult Basic Life Support and Poisoning Management

Code Start Date Duration Venue
MDC 407 27 May 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 24 June 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 22 July 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 19 August 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 16 September 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 14 October 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 11 November 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MDC 407 09 December 2024 10 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
Please contact us for fees

 

Course Description

 This course aims to make participants be able to recognize cardiac arrest, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED.Bystander-initiated cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is critical to ensuring successful resuscitation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The bystander CPR rate is still relatively low and is a major obstacle to improving the survival rate for cases of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. According to statistics, a lack of CPR knowledge, anxiety regarding an adverse CPR outcome and reluctance to perform mouth-to-mouth breathing are major factors of the low bystander CPR rate. Therefore, this course has been made to provide basic life support (BLS) education.

Furthermore this course will discuss Poisoning. It is one of common reason for admission to hospital. In most cases, known toxins are responsible. Toxidromes can guide further management to define dosage of reversal and management for patient practice. There is also risk for contamination and precautions should be prepared timely. Also, it essential to correctly evaluate and treat patient for saving lives. It is also related to high cost. Therefore we would like to emphasize treatment of poisoning in detail.

Course Objectives

  • Emphasizes the critical importance of high-quality CPR 
  • Provides engaging technological content with artificial intelligence
  • Perform high quality CPR for adults
  • The use of an automated external defibrillators
  • Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults
  • Perform adult basic life support algorithm
  • Ensure the safety of the environment for both victim and rescuer
  • Getting an overview of poisons and their effects on organs
  • Evaluating of poisoned patients
  • Understanding treatment approaches and emergence 
  • Learning advanced care for poisoned patient

Who Should Attend?

  • Doctors
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Healthcare Policy Makers Anyone who wants to learn about cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Healthcare Policy Makers 
  • Anyone who works or will work in a private or government healthcare institution or senior students (School of Nursing, School of Health, Medical Faculty, etc.)
 

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Definition and epidemiology of out-of hospital cardiac arrest
  • Role of dispatcher and recognize cardiac arrest 
  • Initiating chain of survival 
  • Kids save the lives

Day 2

  • Social media and Smartphones apps for engaging the community
  • European Restart a Heart Day (ERHD) & World Restart a Heart (WRAH) 
  • Safety of rescuer
  • Team dynamics during CPR

Day 3

  • High quality CPR and effective compressions
  • One rescuer BLS/CPR for adults
  • Two rescuer BLS/CPR for adults
  • Adult mouth-to-mask and bag-mask ventilation

 

Day 4

  • Adult basic life support algorithm
  • The use of automated external defibrillation
  • Relief of choking
  • Approach to drowned person
  • CPR in low-resource settings 
  • Technology and artificial intelligence for basic life support
  • Long term outcomes after CPR

Day 5

  • Getting an overview of poisons and their effects on organs
  • Evaluating of poisoned patients
  • Understanding treatment approaches and emergence 
  • Learning advanced care for poisoned patient

Day 6

  • Initial Assessment
  • History of poisons 
  • Assessment of the poisoned patient
  • Toxicology screening
  • Laboratory evaluation
 

Day 7

  • Decontamination
  • Gastric Lavage and Ipecac
  • Activated Charcoal
  • Whole Bowel Irrigation
  • Enhanced elimination
 

Day 8

  • Different types of Toxidromes, Poisons and Specific Antidotes
  • Common toxidromes and their pharmacological properties
  • Poisons and antidotes
  • Delibrate-release agents 
  • Non-toxic ingestions

Day 9

  • Resuscitation of Poisoned Patient
  • Airway and ventilation
  • Circulator changes
  • Seizures
  • Severe hyperthermia
 

Day 10

  • Further treatment
  • Admission criteria
  • ICU care
  • Extracorporeal strategies