This course defines the characteristics of the critical pediatric patient, establishes the concept of effective blood volume, and describes the metabolism in acute injury, systemic inflammatory response, scales of gravity and malfunction-failure of organs and their features, pathophysiology, assessment, and therapeutic action in states of shock and the sepsis code.
|JUSTE RUIZ, MERCEDES||■||■||■|
|CATURLA MARTINEZ-MORATALLA, JUAN MANUEL||■||■|
|LOPEZ SANCHEZ, FRANCISCA||■||■|
|SERRANO GARCIA, RICARDO||■||■|
|SANCHEZ FERRER, FRANCISCO JOSE||■||■|
|NSO ROCA, ANA DEL PILAR||■||■|
|CANALS BAEZA, ALEJANDRO||■||■|
|CORTES CASTELL, ERNESTO||■||■|
|CATURLA SUCH, JUAN MANUEL||■||■|
|CARRATALA MARCO, FRANCISCO VICENTE||■||■|
|GAVILAN MARTIN, CESAR||■||■|
|GARCIA AVILES, MARIA BELEN||■||■|
Defines the characteristics of the pediatric critical patient, sets the concept of effective blood volume and describes the metabolism in acute injury, the systemic inflammatory response, the scales of gravity and disfuncion-fracaso of bodies and features, pathophysiology, assessment and therapeutic action in States of shock and Sepsis code.
Attends individually the more frequent emergency care in clinical situations to the pediatric patient.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Differentiate and distinguish between a medical urgency and a medical emergency.
- Know and apply the severity scale of the most frequent disease entities in medical emergencies.
- Team working skills.
- Communication skills with patients, family members, and their social environment. Know how to express bad medical news.
- Communication skills in medical emergencies out-of-hospital.
- Know the chain of survival in medical emergencies.
- Know the guidelines of action for establishing the correct clinical diagnosis in the most frequent clinical emergency situations.
- Know the action protocol for performing correct triage in disaster situations or accidents involving multiple victims.
- Relate therapeutic actions with severity levels.
- Know and perform basic medical intervention techniques and procedures in critical patients.
- Know and apply action protocols for possible organ donation after asystole for care outside hospitals.
- Know and apply the recommended action guidelines in medical emergency situations, both in- and out-of-hospital.
- Know and apply the recommended action guidelines in primary transport and transfer of critically ill pediatric patients.
- Know the recommended action guidelines in primary transport and transfer of severely polytraumatized patients.
- Know the recommended action guidelines in primary transport and transfer of traumainvolving brain or spinal cord injury.
- Know the recommended action guidelines in disaster situations.
- Know the action protocols in accidents involving multiple victims.
- Understand the action protocols in accidents involving crush syndrome.
- Understand the action protocols in accidents involving physical agents.
- Understand the consequences and the initial action protocol in NBC (nuclear-biological-chemical) risk situations.
- Know the action protocol in primary transport and transfer of NBC (nuclear-biological-chemical) victims.
- Awareness of new forms of bioterrorism.
- Recognize and treat potentially lethal cardiac arrhythmias.
- Know and apply the concept of terminal illness.
- Know the types of pain assessment scales.
- Know and apply the concept of limiting life-sustaining treatment.
- Know the sedoanalgesia protocols in terminal patients outside the hospital.
- Understand the basic principles of current legislation and comprehensive patient care.
- Recognize and understand psychological reactions to trauma.
- Know the basics of psychological assistance in critical situations.
- Know and apply the most common practical psychological techniques and abilities in medical emergencies.
- Know how to administer psychological first aid.
- Identify and manage situational stress on the job.
- Know how to communicate appropriately in emergency situations.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- Get knowledge, skills and competence in the performance on a pediatric patient in critical situation.
- Know to establish a correct diagnosis in frequently clinical emergency situations in childhood and adolescence
- Learn about the importance of the sequence of action in different vital situations of urgency and emergency
- Know prioritize on time therapeutic actions based on the severity level
- Learn to coordinate the actions of each professionals that attend a critically-ill patient Pediatric
- Know and apply the recommendation of action guidelines in medical pediatric emergency situations
- Get knowledge, skills and competence in the care and handling of emergency situations that can happen in children and teenager
- Know and apply the scale of severity in different urgency and emergency situations
- Get to know the dosage of medications used in the pediatric patient critic depending on age and the gravity of the situation.
- Donald H. Shaffner MD (Author), David G. Nichols MD (Author). "Rogers' Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care. 5ª Ed". Wolters Kluwer.
Methodology and grading
- Learning agreement: Develop active learning through an agreement between the teacher and the student containing commitments for what will be learned, how monitoring will take place for that learning, the set period of time, and the evaluation criteria.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Problem-based learning: Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
- Day: February 22, 2016
Test PEM exam: 70%
A question with 4 answers, only valid one. No successful response - 0.25%
Response not answered, not scored (0)
Continuous assessment (forums, seminars, etc.): 30%
Time: 24 hours continued with subsequent closure of the questionnaire.
The student can validate the practices of the subject. To do this, you must submit the following documentation:
- A document of request for recognition of practices totally or partially.
- Proof of completion of a stay of the hours that you want to validate in a serviciounidad of paediatric emergencies (PICU).
The test exam will be online
DATE OF EXAM
February 22, 2018
From February, 13 to 14, 2018
Remedial for the subjects of the first semester from June 14 or 20, 2018. A test exam or a task according to the subjects.
Remedial for the subjects of the second semester from September 6 or 13, 2018. A test exam or a task according to the subjects.
CALL FOR DECEMBER:
Subjects: December 12 and 13, 2017
TFM (Final Master's Degree Project): December 14, 2017
1st SEMESTER: February 27, 2018
2nd SEMESTER: July 9, 2018
September: September 21, 2018