The center of continuous education and training at LIMU announces the beginning of a course called ‘The ER mind’
Target audience: Interns & recently graduated doctors.
Overview: The course will be held under the supervision of Dr Mohammed Elagori, who is a specialist in Intensive care medicine, British Fellowship in Internal medicine and British Fellowship in Acute diseases.
Start date: 25/3/2019
Course duration: 6 weeks
Days: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Time: 16:00 to 19:00
The course is made up of lectures and practical hands on training in the LIMU clinical skills lab.
At the end of the course, a practical and theoretical exam will be held.
Each participant at the end of the course will receive a certificate of participation, certified by the Libyan International Medical University.
Please contact the LIMU centre of continuous education and training for registration and further details. Payment is either cash or cheque.
Topics covered:

– Common presentations and medical emergencies in the ER
– How to recognize the serious patient
– How to deal with the serious patient
– Decision making skills
– Commonly used investigations in the ER
– Drugs used in the ER and timing of their use.
– vasopressors (basics)
– CPR
– basic setting of Mechanical Ventilator
– Theoretical exam
– Clinical exam (case simulation)
For further details please contact: 0911406140   or   0921406140

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