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Emergency Medicine Core Training

Trauma & Critical Care Module

 

Introduction:

Welcome to the final module in the EMCT series. Managing traumatized and critically ill patients is the reason why many of us went into emergency medicine, but this is only enjoyable if you are confident in your abilities. In this module, we will review proper and efficient acute management of our most critically ill population. We will first discuss the tools you should have at your disposal, and the skills you should have as a new EM provider. We will then go through a series of scenarios and assess your ability to make proper decisions in the evaluation and management of critically ill patients. The EMCT modules, and this one in particular, are not meant to give you all of the tools to work independently in the ED, but are a means to build the foundation on which to learn, and be prepared to work confidently in a more expeditious manner.

Course Curriculum

Objectives
Objectives of the Critical Care Module 00:00:00
Introduction to Critical Care
Background 00:00:00
Emergency Department Staff 00:00:00
Equipment and Supplies of the Emergency Department 00:00:00
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of Trauma Patient
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of Trauma Patient: Overall 00:00:00
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of Trauma Patient: Blunt Trauma 00:00:00
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of Trauma Patient: Penetrating Trauma 00:00:00
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of the Non-Traumatic Critically Ill Patient
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of Undifferentiated Hypotension 00:00:00
Work-up, Diagnosis, and Management of Fever with Hypotension 00:00:00
Conclusion
Critical Care Pearls and Pitfalls 00:00:00
Conclusion 00:00:00
References 00:00:00
Trauma Module Assesment Unlimited

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