Basic And Advanced Hemodynamics
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Basic And Advanced Hemodynamics: William Harvey published “Da Mortis Cordis and thus began the field of hemodynamics. Almost 400 years later; anatomy, physiology, and mathematics are still relevant to identify the benefits of existing and emerging hemodynamic technologies. In this CME, the aim is to walk through the memory lane, walk through the rise and fall of various monitoring modalities. Despite so many advances, controversy exists regarding choosing a planning protocol or selecting invasive/minimally invasive endpoints for therapy targets.
Emphasis will be laid on the early identification of patients at risk of hemodynamic instability and choosing the customized approach to monitoring. Anesthesiologists cater to all the subspecialties of the hospital. Different clinical scenarios in diverse clinical settings will be the core of the CME to make it interactive that will help in the build-up to decision making.
We do know that misinterpretation of data is the biggest fallacy of monitoring, the focus will be on appropriate interpretation and rational therapeutic decisions. Faculty from diverse and specific fields who have the right blend of knowledge and wisdom will take you to the guide tour of hemodynamic monitoring from where you can start your own journey with numbers, interpretation, waveform analysis, and decisions. For more visit RAAONLINE.
- Lectures 19
- Tests 2
- Skill level Medicine Graduate
- Language English
- Students 2
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
PRE TEST MCQ
- Technical principles of hemodynamic monitoring-Dr.Arun Subramanian
- Respiratory and circulatory interactions- Prediciting fluid responsiveness. Dr.Joseph Raajesh
- Cardiac cycle and Vascular dynamics- Dr.Vishwas Malik
- Arterial line-Techniques,tips,challenges and interpretation
- Arterial line based cardiac output monitoring-Dr.A.S.Arunkumar
- Central line cannulation-Techniques,Tips and interpretation of waveform
- Central and mixed venous oximetry – clinical applications. Dr. Puneet goyal
- PA catheter -Measuring variables and analysing the data-Dr.Dheeraj Arora
- Concepts and technical considerations of pulmonary artery catheter-Dr. Arun Subramanian
- Cardiac output monitoring -Physiologic principles and techniques-Dr.Punneet Goyal
- Cannulations in pediatric population. Dr. Amitabh Sen.
- NIC as navigator- hemodynamics using bioimpedance. Dr. Rajini Indira.
- Hemodynamic alterations in different types of shock. Dr. Satyen Parida
- Hemodyamic monitoring-Septic shock. Dr.Arun kumar.
- Hemodynamic monitoring – cardiogenic shock. Dr.Puneet Goyal.
- Hemodynamic management in postsurgical patients. Dr. Arun subramanian
POST TEST MCQ