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At the end of the course the student will be able to:
- correctly alert the Emergency Medical Service (SUEM 118, NUE 112);
- guarantee correct assistance to the patient while waiting for help;
- recognize the main medical and traumatic emergency situations that may occur in a dental practice, knowing for each of them etiology, pathophysiology, signs / symptoms and treatment;
- perform Basic Life Support: recognizes the cardiocirculatory arrest, makes high-quality chest compressions, performs ventilation mouth / mask, knows the automated/semiautomated external defibrillator (AED), performs the safety lateral position, performs the maneuvers of unblocking the airway from a body stranger.
1. Organization of the emergency health system: SUEM 118/NUE 112 and Emergency Department;
2. Evaluation of the critical patient;
3. Basic Life Support: cardiopulmonary resuscitation and airway disruption in the adult patient;
4. Medical Urgency: Syncope, Hypoglycemia, Convulsions, Stroke, Shock, Anxiety crisis;
5. Traumatic urgencies: Burns, Wounds, Hemorrhages.
- Frontal lessons with use of slides;
- Practical exercise on BLS with high fidelity mannequins.
|AMLS||Advanced Medical Life Support (Edizione 1)||Elsevier Srl||2012||978-88-214-2969-9|
|Balzanelli MG, Gullo A||Manuale di medicina d'emergenza e di pronto soccorso (Edizione 1)||CIC Edizioni Internazionali||2014||978-88-7141-896-4|
Oral interview (50%) and practical test of BLS (50%).
In order to pass the exam it is necessary to obtain the score of 18/30 in both parts.
Failure to pass one of the two parst the exam involves repetition of both parts.