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Medical Emergencies Courses - Autumn/Winter 2017

University College London

Medical Emergencies Courses - Autumn/Winter 2017

Led by Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University College London

Courses designed for healthcare professionals working in Intensive Care, Anaesthetics, Emergency Medicine, General Medicineor any other speciality where a medical emergency may be encountered

 

 49th Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th October

The UCH Education Centre, 250 Euston Road, London

Topics to include:

What constitutes a sick patient?

Acute heart failure, arrhythmias

Dyspnoea, acute asthma pneumothorax

Oliguria, acute kidney injury

Hypothermia, hyperthermia, overdose

Hypotensive patient, the septic patient

Myocardial infarction, chest pain

Unconscious patient, status epilepticus, meningitis

Hypovolaemia, GI haemorrhage, acute hepatic failure

Metabolic emergencies

Registration Fee: £295

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42nd Medical Emergencies Course for Consultants

Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th November

Mary Ward House, Tavistock Place, London

Topics to include:

Acute coronary syndromes Hypothermia & hyperthermia

Dermatology emergencies Oliguria & acute renal failure

Infectious disease emergencies Metabolic emergencies

Hypertensive crisis Acute GI emergencies

The elderly patient with falls Haematology emergencies

Overdose & poisoning Respiratory emergencies

HIV-related emergencies Acute stroke

The hypotensive patient Arrhythmias

Status epilepticus Heart failure

Liver failure

Registration Fee: £350

 

 

Registration fee includes a copy of the ‘Oxford Handbook of Critical Care’ and presentations given during the course

RCoA CPD Approved Courses

Register online now at www.hartleytaylor.co.uk

Enquiries: derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk / Telephone 01296 584172

 

 

 


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