Airway Workshop

Date: 22nd February 2018
 
Venue:
 
Learning Objectives:
 
Develop an airway management plan based on the findings of a focused medical history and airway physical exam, and apply these plans to patient care.
 
Course Content :
  • Basic Airway
  • Intubation
  • Difficult Intubation
  • New Modalities of Airway
 

Industrial Burns

Date: 22nd and 23rd February 2018   (23rd Feb is only for Power Sector)
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Learning Objectives:
 
  • Evaluate a patient with a serious burn
  • Define the magnitude and severity of the injury
  • Identify and establish priorities of treatment
  • Manage the airway and support ventilation
  • Initiate and monitor fluid resuscitation
  • Apply correct methods of physiological monitoring
  • Determine which patients should be transferred to a burn center
  • Organize and conduct the inter-hospital transfer of a seriously injured burn patient
 
Course Content:
  • Introduction
  • Initial Assessment and Management
  • Airway Management and Smoke Inhalation Injury
  • Shock and Fluid Resuscitation
  • Burn Wound Management
  • Electrical Injury
  • Chemical Burns
  • Stabilization, Transfer and Transport
  • Burn Disaster Management
  • Glasgow Coma Scale
  • Tetanus Prophylaxis
  • Radiation Injury
  • Cold Injuries
  • Blast Injuries
 

Basic Life Support ®

Date: 22nd and 23rd February 2018
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Learning Objective:
 
  • Demonstrate resuscitation of an adult in cardiac arrest.
 
Course Content:
  • High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
  • The AHA Chain of Survival, specifically the BLS components
  • Use of an AED
  • Effective ventilations using a barrier device
  • Importance of teams in multi-rescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multi-rescuer CPR
  • Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants
 

Industrial Toxicology

Date: 23rd February 2018
 
Venue: NIOH
 
Learning Objective:
 

This workshop aims at providing the knowledge about industrial toxicology and the means of planning preparedness measures for handling toxic disasters in industries.

 
Course Content:
  • Reproductive health and toxins
  • Toxic effects of pesticides 
  • Occupational Cancers 
  • Health effects of heavy metals 
  • Management of chemical emergencies  
  • Poison information center NIOH overview
  • Management of Chemical Emergencies
  • Acute toxic effects of Pesticides
 

Trauma Workshop for Doctors

Date: 23rd February 2018
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Learning Objectives:
 
Trauma management is a core skill in EMS training. This course has been designed to provide participants with the latest information and practical hands on experience to improve their trauma management skills. It aims at preparing the participants to perform critical procedures to treat life threats detected in major trauma patients.
 
Course Content:
  • Initial assessment and Primary survey
  • Airway
  • C spine stabilisation and log roll
  • IV/IO access
  • Needle decompression +chest tube insertion
  • Helmet Removal +Extrication
  • FAST and E- FAST
  • Suturing and hemorrhage control  and wound care
 

Trauma Workshop for Paramedics

Date: 23rd February 2018
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Learning Objectives:
 
This course has been designed to prepare its participants to become team members handling trauma care procedures. It thereby helps in building a team of medical professionals trained to tackle emergencies requiring trauma care.
 
Course Content:
  • Scene safety, PPE  and immobilization of victim
  • Trauma assessment at the scene
  • Airway maintenance ,oxygenation and ventilation
  • Mobile ICU care (transportation)
  • splinting /dressing and bandage /hemorrhage control 
  • Needle decompression
  • Pelvic binder  and helmet removal
  • Foreign body removal
 

Medical Direction

Date: 23rd February 2018
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Learning Objectives:
 
Within emergency medical services a Medical Director is a physician who provides guidance, leadership, oversight and quality assurance for the practice of local paramedics and EMTs within a predefined area.
 
Course Content:
  • Recognize the value of the medical director's role to provide leadership of the multi-disciplinary team
  • Describe the processes involved in quality assessment and improvement to achieve highest standards of quality of care and safety
  • Utilize effective team-building skills in their programs
  • Analyzing the medical director’s role in the academic and medical communities, creating mentorship programs for professional development, and serving as an advocate to the medical community
 

Industrial Disaster Life Support

Date: 22nd and23rd February 2018  (22nd Feb is only for Power Sector)
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Learning Objectives:
 
  • Understand the surgical problems, injury patterns, and issues that may result from disasters.
  • Discuss the role of acute care providers can play in planning for and response to mass casualty incidents and disasters.
  • Become familiar with the terms and concepts of incident command.
  • Understand the principles and challenges of disaster triage.
  • To familiarize the role FMOs and Safety Officers can play and perform as a team player in case of any catastrophic eventuality.
 
Course content:
  • Preparation: Overview of Disaster and Mass Casualty Management
  • Planning
  • The Incident Command System (ICS)
  • Triage
  • The Prehospital Disaster Response
  • Procedures for Hospital Disaster Response
  • Pathophysiology and Patterns of Injury: Blast Trauma
  • Long-term Issues in Disaster Response
  • Global Framework on DRR and Emergency Medicine
  • Role of EM Physicians in Disaster
  • Emerging Disaster Research Methodology - Cracking the code.
  • Working as a Team Nationally and Globally for a Better Future
 

Ergonomics Workshop

Date: 23rd February 2018
 
Venue: Ahmedabad Management Association
 
Course Learning Objectives:
 
  • Understanding the importance of ergonomics during work (office desk as well as manual)
  • Conducting ergonomic risk assessment
  • Developing programs that incorporate the means of addressing existing and probable ergonomic risks
 
Course Content:
  • Musculoskeletal System and Disorders
  • Ergonomic Risk Assessment
  • Group Activity 1: Assessing Ergonomic Risks
  • Anthropometry
  • Group Activity 2: Use of Anthropometric Data Practical
  • Ergonomics Programme Development
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Manual Handling
  • Group Activity 3: Identifying Office Ergonomic Risks
  • Group Activity 4: Manual Handling Evaluation Practical