PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF EMERGENCY

Degree course: 
Corso di First cycle degree in ENGINEERING FOR WORK AND ENVIRONMENT SAFETY
Academyc year when starting the degree: 
2018/2019
Year: 
2
Academyc year when helding the course: 
2019/2020
Course type: 
Supplementary compulsory subjects
Credits: 
3
Period: 
Second semester
Standard lectures hours: 
26
Detail of lecture’s hours: 
Lesson (22 hours), Exercise (4 hours)
Requirements: 

The same prerequisites of the ISLA School II year are requested.

Testing is a written test with 30 multiple-choice questions for the Integrated Course, 60 questions overall. Questions to be answered within 90 minutes are inherent in lesson plans and in-depth tutorials, and allow for 75% of cases to assess the level of knowledge of the topics and for the remaining 25% the ability to connect different aspects of care handled during theoretical lessons and practical exercises. The final vote, expressed in thirty, will depend on the arithmetic sum of the points obtained with each answer: 0,5 points if it is correct, 0 if incorrect or omitted.

Assessment: 
Voto Finale

Students should acquire behaviour principles pertinent to them for emergency operations, according to international medical and surgical guidelines, purposed to know to recognize, to monitor and to treat situations at risk of life during first aid: 1. Be able to approach multiple trauma, shock, acute respiratory failure; 2. Be able to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation; 3. Know the basic principles planning security and health in disaster medicine for victims and rescuers.

-First aid fractures and muscles and joints (2 hours)
-Wounds and burns, freezing (2 hours)
-Haemorrhage and tourniquet use (2 hours)
-Loss of consciousness and seizures (1 hour)
-Bites and punctures of the animals (1 hour)
-Acute poisoning (2 hours)
-Principles of planning in disaster medicine (8 hours)
-Extra-hospital rescue and the hospital respond to disaster (6 hours)

-First aid fractures and muscles and joints (2 hours)
-Wounds and burns, freezing (2 hours)
-Haemorrhage and tourniquet use (2 hours)
-Loss of consciousness and seizures (1 hour)
-Bites and punctures of the animals (1 hour)
-Acute poisoning (2 hours)
-Principles of planning in disaster medicine (8 hours)
-Extra-hospital rescue and the hospital respond to disaster (6 hours)

“Urgenze ed emergenze - Istituzioni” Chiaranda M. Piccin editor- Padova, IV edition 2016; pages 725;
“Guida illustrata delle emergenze” Chiaranda M. Piccin editor - Padova, 2007; pages 677+ multi-medial CD-rom;
“Diagnosi e trattamento delle emergenze medico-chirurgiche” Androni B., Chiara O., Coen D., Vescovi S. - Masson editor– Elsevier Milano, 2009; pages 511;
“Emergenze medico chirurgiche” di Tiberio G. Masson editor- Milano, 2001; pages 586;
“Urgenze ed emergenze medico-chirurgiche” Agrò F. Edizioni Minerva Medica editor - Torino, 2000; pages 540;
“European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015” Resuscitation 2015, 95:1-80 (section 1); 81-99 (section 2 BLS adult and automated external defibrillation)”

-Direct lectures with projection of slides and multi-medial video
-Training skill practices on simulator manikins to optimizing performances in first aid and advanced life support scenarios.

-Students reception to be agreed by mail appointment at the address: paolo.severgnini@uninsubria.it

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