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Evento a Decorrer

USEM_SIM:Ultrassonografia para Emergência Médica baseada em Simulação 2021

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Hospital da Luz Learning Health - Centro de Formação, Investigação e Inovação

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Sexta-feira, 17 de Setembro de 2021 às 09:00 →
Sexta-feira, 3 de Junho de 2022 às 19:00

Sobre o Evento

Os contextos clínicos de urgência e emergência têm vindo a beneficiar da evolução tecnológica dos equipamentos, nomeadamente da portabilidade da ultrassonografia. 

Com a expansão da utilidade clínica da ultrassonografia, a segurança do doente, colocada em primeiro lugar em todos os panoramas assistenciais, revela uma clara progressão.

Os dados de diagnóstico passam a estar disponíveis no imediato para tomada de decisão médica crítica, evitando-se igualmente danos associados à transferência de doentes para os fazer chegar a um ecógrafo.

O desenvolvimento de aptidões e competências em ecografia de urgência e emergência encontram alguma resistência na sua aplicação nas rotinas assistenciais.

O evento será composto por 10 módulos, traduzidos em sessões de 9 horas de presenciais, das 09h00 às 19h00. Cada módulo terá um design educacional baseado em técnicas de simulação clínica e de procedimentos, em discussão de casos clínicos, complementados e intercalados por momentos de exposição teórico-práticos comuns. Os módulos poderão ser trocados entre si em caso de força maior, mantendo, contudo, as mesmas datas inicialmente previstas. 

Destinatários
  • Médicos de Medicina Geral e Familiar;
  • Médicos Especialistas;
  • Médicos Internos;
  • Alunos de Medicina.
Objetivos

No final do curso, os participantes deverão ser capazes adquirir e desenvolver competências nos vários cenários de urgência, fomentando a investigação do impacto clínico desta prática e melhorando o diálogo multidisciplinar entre as especialidades médicas.

Duração

O curso tem uma duração aproximada de 90 horas.

Avaliação
  • A conclusão de cada módulo obrigada à frequência da respetiva sessão presencial e à realização de um teste de avaliação escrito.
  • Não poderá realizar a avaliação escrita de um módulo quem não tenha estado presente na sessão presencial.
  • A aprovação em cada módulo depende do resultado da avaliação escrita e da avaliação contínua, esta última realizada pelos formadores.
  • O certificado final do curso será concedido somente a quem tenha completado pelo menos 80% dos módulos com resultado positivo na avaliação modular.
  • Aos participantes que não cumprirem 80% das avaliações positivas será entregue um certificado de presença nos módulos frequentados.
Política de Cancelamento de inscrições
  • Pedidos rececionados até 2 semanas antes da data de realização da formação - reembolso de 100% do valor da inscrição. Após este período não haverá reembolso.
  • Ao Hospital da Luz Learning Health é reservado o direito de cancelar esta formação, em caso de motivo de força maior, sendo os participantes informados atempadamente e reembolsados a 100%.
Segurança no contexto COVID 19

O Hospital da Luz Learning Health cumpre as orientações das autoridades de saúde e implementa todas as medidas de higiene e segurança, garantindo o compromisso e respeito pela saúde e segurança de todos no contexto da pandemia COVID-19.

Outras informações

O Hospital da Luz Learning Health informa que a frequência e aproveitamento deste Curso, sob o patrocínio científico da Ordem dos Médicos, não confere a competência para a realização não supervisionada dos procedimentos alvo desta formação, assim como não dispensa o cumprimento das diretrizes emanadas pelas entidades competentes para médicos não-cardiologistas e não-imagiologistas.

Actividades

Outras Atividades - Sem limite de opções

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Describe the interaction of sound and tissues 2. Explain the propagation and production of sound 3. Synthesize the principles and basic techniques of ultrasound production 4. Explain the specificity of annular, phased, and linear scopes 5. Discuss and design sound beam profiles and explain focusing techniques 6. Know the principles of the doppler effect Skills 7. Acquire images and store them 8. Manipulate the different technical controls and apply their actions to ultrasound images 9. Identify beneficial and deleterious artifacts 10. Identify direction and speed in spectral and color doppler images/waves 11. Identify electrical and mechanical events in cardiac cycles Behaviors 12. Determine the beginning of an examination in the best possible technical conditions according to the situation and the patient 3. Know the limitations of an ultrasound examination performed in an emergency context and by a non-Imagiologist / non-Cardiologist

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know how to explain the electrical and mechanical events of each cardiac cycle 2. Know the main diseases and clinical situations that can be addressed by FoCUS protocol of transthoracic echocardiography 3. Describe the recommendations of ESCVI to perform a transthoracic echocardiography examination in an emergency context Skills 4. Know how to configure echocardiographs to obtain correct images 5. Identify the most common artifacts in transthoracic echocardiography 6. Identify basic anatomy in two-dimensional mode and M-mode, in a FoCUS protocol, and know the structures existing in each image of a normal examination 7. Record the findings report of the exam in clinical process Behaviors 8. Approach a patient correctly before performing an echocardiographic examination in an emergency context, namely referring to the limitations of the examination 9. Frame the performance of an emergency echocardiographic examination in the initial approach of the patient 10. Articulate correctly with cardiology specialists for the correct interpretation of dubious results, for obtaining images in all applicable cases and for the discussion of diagnostic gait and subsequent therapeutic approach

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know the basic aspects of the FoCUS protocol, its limitations, and the applications in the context of the patient in an emergency context 2. Know the main drugs with cardiac action, used in critically ill patients 3. Identify the following relevant cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases: severe ischemic dysfunction, post EMEA mechanical complications, cardiac tamponade, pulmonary embolism, pleural effusion, and hypovolemic shock 4. Assess overall systolic function and LV size 5. Identify pericardial effusion and tamponade signs 6. Evaluate the state of intravascular volemia 7. Evaluate pleural effusion Behaviors 8. Use echocardiography as an additional diagnostic tool in the patient in an emergency setting, with its advantages and limitations 9. Recognize the limitations dependent on the non-cardiologist/ecocardiographer

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know the absolute and relative contraindications of procedures in general within the scope of urgency 2. Know the Complementary Means of Diagnosis and Therapy that should precede each procedure 3. Explain the local anesthesia and sedation procedures for various procedures and describe the possible complications Aptitudes 4. Perform the incision and drainage of echo guided abscesses 5. Perform echo guided paracentesis 6. Perform echo guided thoracocentesis 7. Perform echo guided lumbar puncture 8. Implement a culture of patient safety in performing invasive procedures in an emergency environment 9. Fulfill the indications of infection control in the performance of eco-guided procedures 10. Record adequately the information regarding the performance of eco-guided procedures

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. List the main indications and contraindications for placement of venous catheters in different locations 2. List the complications related to the different locations of venous catheters, acute and sub-acute Abilities 3. Perform the placement of echo guided peripheral venous catheters 4. Perform the placement of echo guided central venous catheters (PICCO) 5. Perform the placement of echo guided central venous catheters (internal jugular and subclavian) Behaviors 6. Implement a culture of patient safety in the placement of venous access in an emergency context 7. Comply with infection control indications in the placement of intravenous accesses and their post-placement follow-up 8. Properly record information regarding the placement of eco-guided venous accesses, including incident notification

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know the main artifacts that are used in thoracic ultrasound 2. Review the main intra-thoracic anatomical structures that can be evaluated by ultrasound 3. List the indications for thoracic ultrasound in the context of urgency 4. List the main diseases with ultrasound translation in thoracic approach (pleural effusion, pleural thickening, pneumothorax, wall changes, pulmonary consolidation, diaphragmatic paresis, pericardial effusion) Aptitudes 5. Recognize the normal anatomy of the pleura and diaphragm 6. Identify heart, great vessels of the mediastinum, liver, and spleen 7. Recognize a pleural effusion, including the different ecographic patterns 8. Detect lung consolidation, including atelectasis, inflammation, embolism, and neoplasia 9. Estimate the amount of pleural effusion Behaviors 10. Critically evaluate the information obtained by thoracic ultrasound and integrate it in a very well-defined clinical context 11. Involve in a timely manner the teams that may intervene in the treatment of the patient with thoracic disease

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know the history of the use of ultrasound in the context of urgency and emergency 2. List different protocols of ultrasound approach to medical or surgical patients in urgency or emergency context 3. Describe the main pathophysiological processes of the various types of shock Skills 4. Use ultrasound protocols focused on pathologies, in the initial approach of patients in shock 5. Evaluate the intravascular systemic volume 6. Measure Whole Body Vibration and know how to interpret the findings 7. Do an eye-ball evaluation of systolic ventricular function 8. Detect echographic signs of pericardial tamponade 9. Detect free intra-peritoneal fluid 10. Detect pleural effusion Behaviors 11. Act according to context in all patients with unstable hemodynamic situation

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. List the main abdominal anatomical structures and know their overall anatomical relations 2. List the main common artifacts in abdominal ultrasound 3. Prepare a patient adequately for abdominal ultrasound in an emergency context 4.Evaluate the abdominal aorta and identify the aneurysm of the abdominal aorta 5. Assess the location of the kidneys and its dimensions 6. Recognize the different patterns of urinary obstruction 7. Identify free peritoneal fluid Behaviors 8. Apply the use of abdominal ultrasound in emergency setting for an integration of various elements of clinical order in the initial stabilization of the patient 9. Use the ultrasound findings in emergency protocols to determine subsequent Complementary Means of Diagnosis and Therapy 10. Understand the important differences and complementarities between an abdominal ultrasound performed by non-Imagiologists and an ultrasound performed by Imagiologists

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know the anatomy of the vascular system of the lower limbs 2. Describe the clinical characteristics of venous insufficiency 3. Know the pathophysiology of deep venous thrombosis of the lower limbs Aptitudes 4. Identify the venous anatomical structures and their normal characteristics in the lower limb 5. Evaluate the deep venous thrombosis of the lower limb with compressibility maneuvers 6. Identify echocardiographic signs of acute pulmonary embolism 7. Perform echo-guided placement of central venous catheters in the femoral vein Behaviors 8. Ensure timely referral of patients with deep vein thrombosis to ensure the initiation of specific therapy 9. Ensure appropriate infection control practices

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Centro de Formação e Simulação do Hospital da Luz Learning Health

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Knowledge 1. Know the indications for the extended focused abdominal sonography in trauma (E-FAST) protocol 2. Explain the kinetics and traumatic injuries most common in different types of trauma Skills 3. interpret ultrasound images obtained with the application of the eFAST protocol 4. Incorporate the images in decision making 5. Solve the main obstacles to the eFAST 6. Adequately request the ultrasound findings in the clinical process Behaviors 7. Integrate the ultrasound in the initial approach to trauma victims, in an emergency context


Preços por participante

Evento - Preço Base

2200 €

Evento - Preço Base

1900 €