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Ensuring the patency of the respiratory tract (Electronic educational course, 36 hours.)

Category of trainees: medical specialists in areas of training: "Anesthesiology-reanimatology", "Ambulance", "Surgery", "Plastic surgery", "Thoracic surgery", "Maxillofacial surgery", "cardiovascular surgery", "Endoscopy", "Pulmonology", "General medical practice (family medicine)".

The complexity of the program: 36 academic hours (zet).

Form of training: distance learning by means of an electronic educational environment with the use of interactive communication technologies.

Relevance.

There is no more characteristic and distinctive feature of an anesthesiologist-resuscitator than the ability to maintain airway patency and the ability to control breathing. Oxygen is the basis of human life, and ensuring the continuous and unhindered delivery of oxygen to organs and tissues is one of the main tasks of doctors in the provision of emergency care. Within the framework of this course, students will be able to get acquainted with the basics of legislation in the field of airway patency in the most accessible form, repeat the anatomy and physiology of the airway, understand the subtleties of all modern methods of ensuring airway patency, from the extension of the lower jaw and ventilation with a mask to performing intubation in consciousness with a bronchoscope.   

As part of the course, we:

  1. We will repeat the legislative acts that are related to the problem of ensuring the patency of the respiratory tract.
  2. Let us recall the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the upper and lower respiratory tracts, and discuss how the features of the anatomy can influence the tactics of ensuring airway patency.
  3. Let's analyze modern methods of assessing the respiratory tract.
  4. We will get acquainted with the equipment necessary to ensure the patency of the upper respiratory tract, determine the indications and contraindications to certain methods of ensuring the patency of the respiratory tract.
  5. We will study the technical aspects of ensuring airway patency in various ways, with an analysis of the choice of a method for ensuring airway patency and preventing possible complications.
  6. We will study in detail the methods and techniques of tracheal intubation in various ways.
  7. Let's define the role and significance of tracheal intubation in consciousness.

For a better assimilation of information by students, a large number of photos and videos are presented in all sections of the course. The most important and complex questions are discussed in the form of video lectures.

Speakers of the professional development cycle:

  1. Subbotin Valery Vyacheslavovich, Head of the Center of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation of the State Medical Institution of the Moscow State Medical Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM, MD.;
  2. Alexey E. Bukarev, anesthesiologist-resuscitator of the State Medical Institution of the Moscow State Medical Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM;
  3. Klimov Andrey Andreevich, anesthesiologist-resuscitator of the State Medical Institution of the Moscow State Medical Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM;
  4. Malakhova Anna Anatolyevna, anesthesiologist-resuscitator of the State Medical Institution of the Moscow State Medical Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM.

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