70981 - Evaluation and Management of Hydroelectrolytic Alterations

Course Unit Page

  • Teacher Loris Pironi

  • Credits 1

  • SSD MED/41

  • Teaching Mode Traditional lectures

  • Language Italian

Academic Year 2018/2019

Learning outcomes

The student will learn to recognize and manage common situations in emergency medicine related to metabolic and respiratory disorders. (knowledge and understanding) Will learn how to interpret clinical and laboratory data to appropriately manage the emergency. (applying knowledge and understanding) An exercise session will be carried out to read the blood gas analysis and a simulation on the mannequin to highlight the acquisition of the required skills and to evaluate the communication between the components of the rescue team in conditions of cardiac arrest. (making judgments and communication skills) The eligibility judgment will be expressed at the end of the course on the basis of the ability to correctly interpret the data provided and execute the rescue sequence on mannequin (learning skills)

Course contents

The physiological bases of fluid and electrolyte balace

Alterations of fluid and electrolyte balance in the critical patient

Intravenous fluid therapy

Hypo and hyper-natremia

Refeeding Syndrome

 

Dates, time and location of the course

17/06- Prof. Zanello ore 15-18

18/06-Prof. Pironi ore 14-18, Building 11, floor -1 (basement) Clinics of the Regional Center for Intestinal Failure

19/06-Prof. Zanello ore15-17

21/06-Prof.Zanello ore 15-17

25/06-Prof.Pironi ore 14-18, Building 11, floor -1 (basement) Clinics of the Regional Center for Intestinal Failure

26/06-Prof.Faenza ore 14-18

28/06-Prof.Faenza ore 14-18

Readings/Bibliography

NICE guidelines

Teaching methods

Lectures and discussion of clinical case

Assessment methods

Discussion of clinical cases

Teaching tools

slides

Office hours

See the website of Loris Pironi