Saturday 1 October: 08:00 - 17:00
- Martin Fandler (Germany)
- Lars Lomberg (Germany)
- Thomas Plappert (Germany)
- Kostja Steiner (Austria)
- Peter Zechner (Austria)
Maximum number of delegates that can be accommodated: 20
Objective of the course
The "Survival Course Critical Emergency Skills for Young Doctors" (SUCCESS) is based on a very simple concept - hands-on-training of critical skills needed for prehospital emergency doctors, in the emergency department, on ICU or even on the ward. The central theme of this full-day-course are the „4 Hs and 4Ts“ in Advanced Life Support. In short, focused and interactive presentations the main topics are covered, leaving much room for the practical hands-on-sessions, which include iv-access in diﬃcult circumstances, intraosseous access, emergency ultrasound, ﬁnger thoracostomy, airway management with diﬀerent methods including video laryngoscopy and alternative airways as well as the surgical airway. Theoretical sessions also include hypovolemia and shock including push-dose-pressor-use, hypoxia and airway, hyperkalemia, emergency toxicology, pulmonary embolism, pneumothorax and pericardial tamponade, ultrasound (focussing on eFAST).
This course has been „tested“ to great positive feedback at the German Emergency Medicine conference (DGINA) in Nuremberg 2014.
Content of the course
To survive in the jungle of Emergency Medicine you need a strong will and clear concepts. All that is best learnt with your own hands - that’s why our focus in this course is hands-on learning. We show your strategies what to do with diﬃcult intravenous access, unstable blood pressure and shock, emergency ultrasound, airway management with diﬀerent devices and other life-saving techniques.
Young doctors and experienced medical students, supported by and cooperating with the EuSEM Young Emergency Medical Doctors (EuSEM YEMD).
We are a mixed, experienced team of instructors with enthusiasm to teach and train. Our backgrounds include prehospital emergency medicine, anesthesiology, internal medicine and intensive care. We are united in our passion for emergency medicine.
|08:30||Interactive Theory + Discussion („Hypovolemia/Shock“)
Interactive Theory + Discussion („Hypoxia“)
|14:30||Interactive Theory + Discussion („Tension“)
Interactive Theory + Discussion („Shock“)