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: 
2013/2014
Year: 
1
Academyc year when helding the course: 
2013/2014
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: 

Module A
None

Module B
None

Assessment: 
Voto Finale

Module A
To familiarize students with the theoretical knowledge and behavioral principles of their relevance with regard to the emergency, on diagnostic and therapeutic and medical-surgical pathways, aimed at learning what you need to know and must know how to do, in order to ensure the support of vital functions and their restoration in the extra-hospital emergency; knowing how to handle a public health emergency in organizational and logistic terms, with particular regard to triage planning, small and large noria handling and evacuation issues in disaster medicine.
To acquire relevant knowledge in order to prepare an emergency plan and assess the magnitude of the risk.

Module B
To familiarize students with the theoretical knowledge and behavioral principles of their relevance with regard to the emergency, on diagnostic and therapeutic pathways for first responders in order to learn what you should know and must know how to do, in order to ensure the support of vital functions and their restoration in the extra-hospital emergency, particularly with regard to critical situations in the workplace for both cardiac arrest and traumatic event more.

Module A
Organizational notes for first aid.
Recognition of the critical situation and intervention protocols for medical emergencies.
Acute poisonings.
Epidemiology of chemical accidents.
Principles of disaster medicine.
The decontamination.
The triage.
Triage protocols.
Noria.
The mass evacuation.
Conventional and unconventional chemical emergency.
The course is presented in classroom in frontal lectures of 24 hours with the help of multimedia presentations and movies and is completed with 8 hours of practical exercises in small groups for a ratio of 1/6 teacher/learner with mannequins acts to simulate several intervention procedures for both cardiac arrest that for trauma.
Module B
Epidemiological notes of the emergency
General Emergencies and trauma
Patient observation and monitoring of the vital functions
Analysis of a critical patient
Epidemiology of unexpected death
Guidelines and Evidence Based Medicine
Therapeutic measures Classes
Pathophysiology of acute respiratory failure
Pathophysiology of shock
Adult Basic Life Support
The chain of survival
Plight recognition and intervention protocols for health emergencies

The course is presented in frontal lectures of 24 hours with the help of multimedia presentations and videos and completed with 8 hours of practical exercises in small groups for a ratio of 1/6 teacher/learner with mannequins acts to simulate several intervention procedures for both cardiac arrest that for trauma.

Module A
“Manuale del soccorso sanitario” di Ghirardi E. editore McGraw Hill – Milano, 2011; pages 452; Î 48
“Urgenze ed emergenze - Istituzioni” di Chiaranda M.
editore Piccin - Padova, III edizione 2011; pages 750;  78,00
“Diagnosi e trattamento delle emergenze medico-chirurgiche” di Androni B., Chiara O., Coen D., Vescovi S. editore Masson – Elsevier Milano, 2009; pages 511; Î 80,00
“Guidelines 2010 for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care”
Resuscitation 81 (2010): 1219-1276
“Il piano di emergenza” di Ruggeri G., Marinelli S.
Editore EPC Editoria Professionale – Roma, 1997; pages 252; Î 15,00
“Piano ospedaliero anti-terrorismo” di Cavina E., Zocco G. editore Edizioni Minerva Medica – Torino, 2003; pages 94; Î 23,00
“Disaster Management” di Morra A. editore Regione Piemonte – Protezione Civile – Chieri, 2002; pages 202
“Linee guida per l’organizzazione di un ospedale in caso di disastro” di Olivero G. editore Edizioni Minerva Medica – Torino, 1993; pages 173; Î 24,00
“Calamità ed organizzazione sanitaria” di De Boer J. Editore Edizioni Libreria Cortina – Torino, 1983; pages 118; Î 9,00
“Medicina delle catastrofi” di Noto R., Huguenard P., Larcan A. editore Masson – Milano, 1989; pages 634; Î 35
“Medicine for disasters” di Baskett P. editore Wright – Londra, 1988; pages 494
“Catastrophes” di Huguenard P. editore Elsevier Encyclopedie medico chirurgicale – Paris, 1996; pages 924; Î 180
The final exam written by means of multiple-choice test focuses on questions relating to the program of the teachings of integrated course to define knowledge and understanding (25%), the ability to apply knowledge and understanding (25%), the autonomy of judgement (15%), the communicative skills (15%) and learning (20%) in relation to the theoretical and practical bases gained during lectures, practical exercises and individual study.

Module B
“Urgenze ed emergenze - Istituzioni” di Chiaranda M.
editore Piccin - Padova, III edizione 2011; pagine 750;  78,00
“Diagnosi e trattamento delle emergenze medico-chirurgiche” di Androni B., Chiara O., Coen D., Vescovi S. editore Masson – Elsevier Milano, 2009; pagine 511; Î 80,00
“Guidelines 2010 for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care”

The final exam written by means of multiple-choice test focuses on questions relating to the program of the teachings of integrated course to define knowledge and understanding (25%), the ability to apply knowledge and understanding (25%), the autonomy of judgement (15%), the communicative skills (15%) and learning (20%) in relation to the theoretical and practical bases gained during lectures, practical exercises and individual study.

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