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Emergency Medicine - CME/Conference

Emergency Medicine's CME:

Venue Date: 18th and 19th May, 2013

Topic Speaker
ABCD By ultrasound : Empowering Trauma Rescucitation Dr. Sanjeeve Bhoi Programme Director
Basic of Ultrasound Dr. Sagar Galwalkar Board Certfied Physican
Airway Ultrasound Anatomy Tracheal injuries , Treatned Airway confirmation Procedures- Needle Cricothyroidotomy Dr, Jayaraj Asst Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine, JUbliee Mission Medical College, Trissur Kerala , India
Assessment: Pneumothorax, Hemothorax, Lung contusion, Stema fracture, Pneumonia, Diaphragm injury Dr. Tejaprakash Sinha Assistant Professor, Dept of Trauma &Emergency , AIIMS Raipur Chhattisgrah

Venue Date: 31st August, 2014 to 4th September, 2014

Topic Speaker
Introduction and over view: emergency life support (ECLS) Recognition of critical illness and injury General Principals : Patient Stabilization &safe Transfer Airway management & Principal Dr Peter Tillac , Professor Dept of Emergency Medicine University of UTAH, School of Medicine
Airway management : Practical Skill Session Dr Vijayabahskar Reddy K, Assistant Professor, Dept of Family Preventative Medicine, university school of Medicine
Cardiac care : Cardiac arrest / Dysrhythmias Dr Speech smith, clinical Instructor, Dept of Emergency Medicine , University of UTHA , School of Medicine
OB/Pre-nantal: Gen Principal: Assess ,Stabize& transfer Christopher Gee, Assistant Professor , Dept of Emergency Medicine

Emergency Care Life Support- JEEVARAKSHA

During accident and Emergencies, if the patient/victim receives emergency care & life support, the chances of survival are excellent.

Dr Peter Taillac, Professor &HOD, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, University of Utah, wishes to train all the doctors about Emergency life care.

During emergencies, patients are initially treated at Primary Health Centre and then transferred to tertiary care centre for further management. Doctors at PHCs could encountersuch emergencies but may not be skilful or equipped with advance instruments to provide complete care. Hence, Dr Peter encourages training all the doctors to learn and be able to provide emergency life support.

In developed countries with availability of advanced infrastructure and simulated emergency rooms with mannequins, doctors are trained and well versed to manage any emergencies. Due to lack of these facilities in India doctors struggle to manage emergencies like road traffic accidents, electric shocks, fire accidents, poisoning, snake bites. Hence, ECLS/Jeevaraksha workshop has been organised by Dr Peter Taillac and team to train the doctors to manage commonly encountered emergency situations.

RGUHS in association with University of Utah has been conducting ECLS / JeevaRaksha workshop in various medical colleges.

SSIMS&RC, Dept of Emergency Medicine has organised this workshop at present with the support of Dr Vijay Bhaskar Reddy.

Dr S SMallikarjun, Chairman of SSIMS & RC has provided the complete support and has encouraged the hospital staff to conduct the workshop successfully.

Dr B S Prasad, the principal, Mr Satyanarayan, the medical administrator, Dr Kalappanavar, the medical director, Dr Narendra SS Professor & HOD, Dept of Emergency Medicine have been actively participating and running the programme successfully.

"Many lives are lost, and every life is precious. Purpose of this workshop is to train the doctors to successfully manage the emergency situations said Dr Peter Taillac.

Date: 01-Feb-2017

The Department of Emergency Medicine organized a AHA (American Heart Association) certified Basic & Advanced Life Support course from January 20th to 22nd 2017. The course was initiated under the guidance of Dr.Narendra SS, Professor and Head, & Dr Bakkesh B Prasad, Assistant professor, Department of Emergency Medicine.

The course was conducted in collaboration with IIEMS( Indian Institute Of Emergency Medical Services) Kottayam. IIEMS had organized the AHA certified Instructors, Dr.Archana from JSSMC, Mysore, Dr.Shilpashri from JJMMC, Davanagere and Dr Ganesha BS from SSIMS & RC Davanagere.

The course included the videos presentations from AHA, and the hands experience for the candidates on Manniquins and simulation of CPR skills and using of AED(automated External Defibrillators) , airway management in Emergencies and defibrillator use on manniquins.

The candidates had to undergo theory and practical skill assessment at the end of the course and all the 29 candidates successfully cleared the exam.

The Department of Emergency Medicine organized a AHA (American Heart Association) certified Basic & Advanced Life Support course from January 20th to 22nd 2017. The course was initiated under the guidance of Dr.Narendra SS, Professor and Head, & Dr Bakkesh B Prasad, Assistant professor, Department of Emergency Medicine.

The course was conducted in collaboration with IIEMS( Indian Institute Of Emergency Medical Services) Kottayam. IIEMS had organized the AHA certified Instructors, Dr.Archana from JSSMC, Mysore, Dr.Shilpashri from JJMMC, Davanagere and Dr Ganesha BS from SSIMS & RC Davanagere

The course included the videos presentations from AHA, and the hands experience for the candidates on Manniquins and simulation of CPR skills and using of AED(automated External Defibrillators) , airway management in Emergencies and defibrillator use on manniquins.

The candidates had to undergo theory and practical skill assessment at the end of the course and all the 29 candidates successfully cleared the exam.

Emergency medicine PGS got selected for the ACLS instructor course from the programme

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