The module encompasses three different aspects of what has been called “Critical Care”, i.e Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine. The aim of our Module is that you understand and train the most common vital emergencies, that you are able to deal with the limits of life and death, but most importantly that you begin to manage complexity and a transversal analysis not organ linked. This will be possible through a pathophysiological approach. You will also have to train the ability to synthesize complex medical situations and to prioritize diagnostic and therapeutic solutions. We will put also an important emphasis on inter-professional and inter-specialty collaboration. Practically you will have 4 times 1 week in the hospital devoted to the 3 specialties (Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care) and 1 week dedicated to what we call “Multi&Multi”. In this very special week, you will be able to follow through the different departments, starting from the Emergency Department, through Radiology, Anesthesiology, the Operating Room, the ward or the Intensive Care complex patients. Apart from the pathologies, the focus will be set on the handovers and the communication between the different professionals and the different specialties. The clinical days will be rotating within either Sopra-, or Sotto-Ceneri. The organization of such a Module is quite complicated and requires that you check exactly when and where to meet your tutors, because time and place change according to the specialty and the hospital.
Elenco dei corsi
- Case 01-1: Principle of Triage and prehospital and disaster medicine (ED, anesthesiology and ICU), Jessula A., Salmina D.
- Case 01-2: Hypertensive crisis, Casso G., Pagnamenta A.
- Case 01-3: Arterial Blood Gas analysis 1 & 2, Casso G., Merlani P., Pagnamenta A.
- Case 01-4: Acute pain cases, Koetsier E., Maino P. A. E., Tasciotti E.
- Case 02-1: End of life in the ICU and emergencies in elderlies and ethics, Merlani P., Pagnamenta A.
- Case 02-2: Management of airways, Cassina T., Casso G., Ledingham N.
- Case 02-3: Arterial Blood Gas analysis 3 & 4, Casso G., Merlani P., Pagnamenta A.
- Case 02-4: Pandemic, Llamas M., Merlani P.
- Case 03-2: Syncope, Fadini D., Jermini I.
- Case 04-2: Loss of consciousness, coma, Llamas M., Uccella L.
- Critical care repetition bloc, Merlani P.
- Multidiscipl. 01-1: 1- Rheumatology and orthopedic pediatric diseases 2- Infectious diseases of musculoskeletal system, De Rosa V., Vanoni F.
- Multidiscipl. 03-2: Bone disorders relevant to trauma and orthopedics, Candrian C., Marcoli N.
- Multidiscipl. 04-1: Soft tissue and bone tumors, Candrian C.
- Multidiscipl. 04-2: Radiological imaging in trauma and orthopedics, Candrian C.
- Multidiscipl. 05-1: Principles of extra-hospital emergency and disaster medicine, Realini C., Zucconi E.
- Multidiscipl. 05-2: Burns, electrocution, blasts, Demagistri D.
- Multidiscipl. 06-1: Major Trauma 1: general care of the trauma patient & Shock/bone trauma, Uccella L.
- Multidiscipl. 06-2: Specific traumas: head and spinal cord, Cardia A.
- Test 1: Review of week 1, Petrino R.
- Test 2: Review of week 2, Jessula A., Uccella L.
- Test 3: Review of week 3, Zucconi E.
- Test 4: Review of week 4, Saporito A.
- Theory 01-1: Shock 1 & 2, Pagnamenta A.
- Theory 01-2: Acute pain, Koetsier E., Maino P. A. E.
- Theory 01-3: Respiratory failure 1 & 2, Merlani P.
- Theory 01-4: Hyper- and hypothermia, Cassina T.
- Theory 02-1: Shock 3 & 4, Pagnamenta A.
- Theory 02-2: Drowning and near drowning, Perren A.
- Theory 02-3: Intoxication and poisoning, Zucconi E.
- Theory 02-4: Suicide attempt, De Peri L., Demagistri D.
- Theory 03-1: Principles of sedation and general anesthesia 1+2, Saporito A.
- Theory 03-2: Principles of sedation and general anesthesia 3, Saporito A.
- Theory 03-3: Violence victims, Zucconi E.
- Theory 03-4: Acute chest pain & Dyspnea in ED, Previsdomini M.
- Theory 04-2: Fever in the ED, Jessula A.
- Theory 04-4: DNR orders, Fadda M.
- Master in Medicina, Corso obbligatorio, 2° anno