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Edgar Pask - information for the uninitiated

Edgar Pask - information for the uninitiated

Edgar Pask - information for the uninitiated. Dr Gary R Enever Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Ralph Waters and the early years of British academic anaesthesia. Waters was the first Professor of anaesthesia in the world

By morgan
(186 views)

10 Year Review of Paediatric Tracheostomies

10 Year Review of Paediatric Tracheostomies

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. 10 Year Review of Paediatric Tracheostomies. "Infants and Children who have a Tracheostomy". Changing times. Changing indications for tracheostomy Fewer short-term tracheostomies

By maddox
(111 views)

Physiology of positive pressure ventilation & newer modes of ventilation

Physiology of positive pressure ventilation & newer modes of ventilation

Physiology of positive pressure ventilation & newer modes of ventilation. Dr. Megha Aggarwal. University College of Medical Sciences & GTB Hospital, Delhi. Mechanical ventilation – supports / replaces the normal ventilatory pump moving air in & out of the lungs. Primary indications – apnea

By avery
(1043 views)

Lou Gehrig’s disease Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Lou Gehrig’s disease Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Lou Gehrig’s disease Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). By Mike C. and Cole F. Joe Shmoe He is 48 years of age He served in the gulf war and no one else in his family has had ALS. Person. muscle weakness in one or more of the following: hands, arms, legs or the muscles of speech,

By geri
(202 views)

Patient with Tracheostomy case presentation

Patient with Tracheostomy case presentation

Patient with Tracheostomy case presentation. Presentor :Dr.Praveen Moderator:Dr.G.Prasad. www.anaesthesia.co.in anaesthesia.co.in@gmail.com. Case presentation. Name- Mr. Sudhakar, Age -18 years Sex- male, Place – U.P Occupation-student, Informant-Mother

By sibyl
(1652 views)

Methods of Ventilation

Methods of Ventilation

Methods of Ventilation. Mouth to mask Two-person BVM device Flow restricted, oxygen powered device One-person BVM device. Bag-valve-mask. Rate of Artificial Ventilations. Adult — 1 breath every 5 seconds Children — 1 breath every 3 seconds Infants — 1 breath every 3 seconds.

By ziazan
(181 views)

First Aid

First Aid

First Aid. Original Power Point Created by Joel Wondra Modified by Mr. Pullom MCTC September 2006. Basic Life Support (BLS) ABCs - Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Steps to follow in BLS 1. Check the responsiveness of the victim 2. Call for Emergency medical health

By greta
(110 views)

Edgar Pask - information for the uninitiated

Edgar Pask - information for the uninitiated

Edgar Pask - information for the uninitiated. Dr Gary R Enever Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Ralph Waters and the early years of British academic anaesthesia. Waters was the first Professor of anaesthesia in the world

By kenyon
(83 views)

FIRST AID AND HEALTH

FIRST AID AND HEALTH

FIRST AID AND HEALTH. What is the purpose of first aid? Emergency care for the sick or injured. Main objectives of first aid are: Safe life, prevent further injury, and limit infection. FIRST AID. Three primary task in administrating first aid are: Maintain breathing

By zena-washington
(73 views)

Basic Life Support (BLS) ABCs - Airway, Breathing, Circulation

Basic Life Support (BLS) ABCs - Airway, Breathing, Circulation

Basic Life Support (BLS) ABCs - Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Steps to follow in BLS 1. Check the responsiveness of the victim 2. Call for Emergency medical health 3. Position victim on his or her back 4. Open the airway 5. Assess breathing 6. Assess circulation

By laura-solomon
(71 views)

7: Airway

7: Airway

7: Airway. Cognitive Objectives (1 of 5). 2-1.1 Name and label the major structures of the respiratory system on a diagram. 2-1.2 List signs of adequate breathing. 2-1.3 List signs of inadequate breathing. 2-1.4 Describe the steps in performing the head tilt-chin lift maneuver.

By athena-snyder
(92 views)

How to give CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?

How to give CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?

At Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare, CPR is an integral part of the curriculum for every course. Under the guidance of expert faculties and on-the-job-training, paramedical trainees will learn the basics and importance of performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation during emergencies.\n

By Rahul001
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How to give CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?

How to give CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?

At Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare, CPR is an integral part of the curriculum for every course. Under the guidance of expert faculties and on-the-job-training, paramedical trainees will learn the basics and importance of performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation during emergencies.\n

By Rahul001
(1 views)

7: Airway

7: Airway

7: Airway. Cognitive Objectives (1 of 5). 2-1.1 Name and label the major structures of the respiratory system on a diagram. 2-1.2 List signs of adequate breathing. 2-1.3 List signs of inadequate breathing. 2-1.4 Describe the steps in performing the head tilt-chin lift maneuver.

By stricklandd
(0 views)


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