Emergency Medicine III and War Surgery

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
17BZUM3 Z,ZK 4 2P+1C Czech
Grading of the course requires grading of the following courses:
Emergency Medicine II. (17BZUM2)
Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection

III. block emergency medicine course is focused on the field in extraordinary circumstances. In this context, plays a special role in learning the principles Barts (Battlefield Advacenced Resuscitation Techniques and Skills).


Active participation in seminars, teachers require 100% attendance at seminars. The student receives credit for a combination of attendance and handle final test at 75 percent.

Syllabus of lectures:

Disasters, disaster, conflict, war smackdown.

Epidemiology, disasters, conflicts, war conflicts.

Natural Disasters: Terrorism.

Explosive injuries.

Bio-terrorism / highly virulent disease.

Chemical terrorism / accidents, disasters.

Radiological terrorism / accidents, disasters.

Toxals, decontamination.

Guns do not kill that.

Principles Mimms.

Principles BATLS / Barts and work organization of trauma team.

Syllabus of tutorials:

Basic extrication, sorting and classification.

Secure access to venous, intraosseous input.

Puncture and thoracic drainage, pericardial puncture.

Airway management - invasive approaches.

Procedures in oxygen therapy.

Decontamination, toxals.

Artificial ventilation - non-invasive, invasive.

Principles Barts.

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Study Objective:

To acquaint students with emergency medicine focused on adaptation of the organism in emergency conditions.

Study materials:

DRÁBKOVÁ, J.: Polytrauma v intenzívní medicíně, Praha: Galen, 2004.

POKORNÝ, J.et al.: Urgentní medicína. Galén, 2004.

POKORNÝ, J. et. al.: Lékařská první pomoc 2. vydání 2008.

KASAL, E. et al.: Základy anesteziologie, resuscitace a neodkladné medicíny a intenzivní péče pro lékařské fakulty, UK Praha, 2004.

KLEIN, L., FERKO, A.: Principy válečné chirurgie, GRADA Publishing, 2005.

Recommended reading

ášek ke kurzu Lékařská první pomoc (2005).

ŠEVČÍK P., ČERNÝ V., VÍTOVEC J. et al.: Intenzívní medicína 2. vydání, Praha: Galén, 2003.

DIRKS, B.: Die Notfallmedizin, Springer Medizin Verlag, 2007.

GORGASS, B., AHNEFELD, F.W., ROSSI, R., et al.: Das Rettungsdienst:Lehrbuch, Springer Medizin Verlag, 2007.

Further information:
No time-table has been prepared for this course
The course is a part of the following study plans:
Data valid to 2021-04-10
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