Guidelines for viewing online CME
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- To enroll for the CME, please click on the ‘TAKE THIS CME’ button on the top right of the web page.
- Your access to the CME starts when you buy this course and ends after 30 days.
- Please note that the duration of the CME is 1 month and the fees include the fees payable to TNMC for credit hours.
- All Videos and Tests will be accessible during this period.
- Please note that the processes associates with this CME are automating and hence, an extension of this deadline is not a possibility.
- A Video should be view fully for it to be consider as complete.
- Once a Video lecture is fully view, please click on the ‘Complete’ button appearing below the video player.
- Each Test (2 in all) needs to be complete with an overall score of at least 50%. You are provided 3 attempts for each Test.
- You will be able to see your progress in the Progression Bar at the upper part of the page.
- The Videos can be watch multiple times. Minimum is once. There is no maximum number for which a video can be repeatedly watched.
- Click ‘Finish CME’ once complete. Please note that you will be allow to re-take Tests and re-watch Videos even if you have completed the modules.
- Therefore, you can use the time between finishing the CME and the end of 30 days to re-learn the content and improve your test scores, if you so wish.
- We will be automatically intimate by the system when we complete watching all the videos and have complete the quiz with an overall score of at least 50%.
- We will be notifying TNMC of the list of delegates who have complete the CME.
- Your access to the CME will stop at the end of the 30th day. Kindly complete the modules in time before that. An extension is not possible.
- The Credit Hours Certificate will be issued by the TNMC to eligible delegates on their registered Email ID.
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One of the easiest basic science topics of anesthesia and critical care but yet one of the most volatile (pun intended) and mysterious, a large part of it is it to do with physics and calculations. Beginners, as well as experts, largely struggle to fully grasp the concepts of anesthesia machines. Anyone who tries to master the topic faces two choices – either take the highway – read from the textbooks which typically run to a thousand pages or more but still are short of newer advances or take the shortcut – read notes from seniors and teachers or read review articles on specific topics like saying safety mechanisms.
There is no easy way to learn machines comprehensively yet in a time-bound manner easy for someone whose job is in the operating rooms and not in front of the books.
This is the pain point this lecture series tries to address. Taken by foremost faculty from premier institutes who more than anything else know what they are talking about, it takes a systematic approach in explaining everything right from gas laws to updates in modern machines in a concise and simple manner oftentimes using real-time videos. Suffice to say, no one who goes through it completely would fall short of the understanding of the machine. This course has lifetime access and we are constantly updating and upgrading the syllabus, hence it is an easy decision to access it whenever, wherever you want at the touch of the fingers.
- Lectures 16
- Tests 0
- Duration 10 hours
- Skill level Medicine Graduate
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self
Understanding Anesthesia Workstation - Safety features and technology
Modern Anesthesia Vaporisers
Low Flow Anesthesia