The course focuses on three basic components of anesthesiologist work: anesthesia, intensive and resuscitation care and the basics of emergency medicine. The topic of acute and chronic pain treatment will be also covered.
WHAT SHOULD THE STUDENT LEARN
Students will become familiar with the principles of general and regional anesthesia. As a part of the practical exercises, they will be trained in basic airway management, bag and mask ventilation and peripheral venous cannulation. Students also learn and practice techniques of basic and advanced life support, including the use of appropriate instrumentation. In intensive care unit students will obtain a brief overview of nursing and care for critically ill patients, including information about artificial ventilation, nutrition, diagnostics and therapy of the most common critical conditions, etc. Students will also become familiar with the emergency room of the faculty hospital.
HOW ARE THE LECTURES ORGANIZED
The lesson consists of obligatory e-learing presentations (see the link below), optional classical lectures and compulsory practical exercises. The practical exercises are divided into two parts, the first of which is in the classroom and is focused on the rapid repetition of the theory and subsequent practical training on the models and the second part, which takes place at the clinical workplace where students visit operating theater, intensive care unit and emergency room.
Teaching is completed by a credit test and an oral exam.
WHO WILL TEACH YOU
doc. MUDr. Jan Beneš, Ph.D. email@example.com
doc. MUDr. Ivan Chytra, CSc. firstname.lastname@example.org
doc. MUDr. Eduard Kasal, CSc. email@example.com
MUDr. Richard Pradl, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
MUDr. Jan Zatloukal, Ph.D. email@example.com
MUDr. Jakub Kletečka, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
MUDr. Stanislav Machart email@example.com
MUDr. Jiří Pouska firstname.lastname@example.org
MUDr. Martin Štěpán email@example.com
MUDr. Alexandra Židková, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
MUDr. Michal Štengl email@example.com
MUDr. David Lukeš firstname.lastname@example.org
MUDr. Jan Lukáš email@example.com
MUDr. Pavel Cimický firstname.lastname@example.org
MUDr. Kateřina Hadrabová email@example.com
E-LECTURES (available HERE)
Stone J., Fawcett W.: Anaesthesia at a Glance, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
Leach R.: Critical Care Medicine at a Glance, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014
For CPR: http://ercguidelines.elsevierresource.com/
Lee´s synopsis of anaesthesia/ edited by N.J.H. Davies, J.N. Cashman, Philadelphia : Elsevier/Butterworth Heinemann, 2006, 13th ed.
WHERE DOES THE LECTURE TAKES PLACE
The spoken lectures are held either in the Safranek´s pavillon or at the Department of Anaesthesiology and lntensive Care Medicine, University Hospital.
Practical lectures are held in the „Simulation room“ of our dpt. – entrance „H“ in the University hospital