Mechanical Ventilation (A Case-based Approach)
The Course is designed to help Critical Care residents and practicing Critical Care specialist in gaining reasonable understanding of Mechanical Ventilation. At the end of this course participants will be able to get an insight into systematic approach to solve issues with Mechanical Ventilation.
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Offered by RCPE
8 weeks, 2 Hours per week
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About This Course
Objective of the course: To discuss in-depth the common issue in Mechanical Ventilation
This course has a unique content structure for an in depth study and discussion in mechanical ventilation. Needless to say that Mechanical ventilation is one of the backbones in the intensive care unit. Anyone who intends to practice the art of critical care needs to have a multidimensional knowledge of all the scenarios that he/she would encounter during mechanical ventilation.anticipated and unanticipated events crop up with mechanical ventilation and so anyone involved in the care of such patients needs the knowledge and acumen to deal with such events.
This course consists of 8 chapters written in the form of case scenarios, each with questions and multiple-choice answers and a thorough discussion and explanation of each answer bringing out the reasoning of the right as well as the wrong answer. This is probably an unconventional approach to an in-depth study in mechanical Ventilation. A feel of a teacher –student discussion gives a classroom approach to the subject and offers a good /thorough learning experience for anyone who practices or wants to practice critical care. The faculty has tried to clear most of the doubts of students and the discussions offered in the book may suffice to give students and in depth of knowledge of common issue in Mechanical Ventilation.
Meet the Instructor
Dr. Sanjith SaseedharanHOD- Critical Care, S.L.Raheja Hospital
Dr. Sanjith has done his basic training in anaesthesia from the prestigious Lokmanya Tilak Municipal and General Hospital following which has done his training in critical care medicine from the Ruby Hall Clinic in Pune. He developed a keen interest in neurotrauma, neurocritical care and nutrition in the said institutes and hence went on to complete a Fellowship in Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical care at the 2000 bedded Hadassah university teaching hospital at Israel where he trained under stalwarts like Charles Sprung and Charles Weissmann and probably is one of the few critical care physicians to have a substantial training fellowship in Neurocritical care overseas. He also holds the European Diploma in Intensive care.
Dr Sanjith has been in the forefront of teaching and is presently teacher for the Indian Diploma in Critical Care Medicine course(from the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine) , Fellowship Course in Critical Care Medicine from the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and the Indian Diploma in Critical Care Nursing. He has been an invited faculty for many conferences national and international. He has received the award for the best innovation for his application “inutrimon” a nutrition support software for hospitalized patients. He has also presented papers in national and international conferences and has been honored with the best original research paper in the Emirates Critical care Conference ,Dubai.Dr Sanjith has a keen interest in nutrition and hence is instrumental in getting S.L.Raheja hospital Intensive care unit among the top 15 institutes in the world in the field of nutritional support in critical care in a survey conducted by the Canadian Nutrition Society.His passion in the field of mechanical ventilation is the driver for the annual conference that he conducts in the city of Mumbai year after year. He has 35 articles in peer reviewed journals .Dr Sanjith presently heads the Department of Critical care at the S.L.Raheja Hospital.
What will you learnAt the completion of this course the participant will be able to:
- understand the common issue in Mechanical Ventilation with help of Case Study based approach.
- Physiology of Mechanical Ventilation
- Modes of Mechanical Ventilation
- Advanced Modes of Mechanical Ventilation
- Weaning and Extubation
- Trouble Shooting
- Ancillary Therapy
- Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia
- Graphics in Mechanical Ventilation
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