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Emergency management
Emergency couses

Emergency courses based on current ERC guidelines for medical practice

 

Emergency courses according to current ERC guidelines are offered for medical practices and facilities, with an emphasis on invasive and non-invasive treatment methods.

We recommend repeating the emergency course annually in order to ensure adequate and competent action in an emergency. All practice employees should be trained so that everyone is aware of their task and can react in an emergency. Knowledge about emergencies in medical practice is imparted intensively, whereby the course participants are made aware of patients with existing illnesses or upcoming incidents. From syncope, stroke and heart attack to anaphylactic shock requiring medication and the professional handling of medication in an emergency, intensive training is provided.

 

Course structure:

N1 - Emergency and complication management for the practice WITHOUT invasive treatment methods

 

Emergencies in practice

  • Heart attack

  • stroke

  • Injuries from falls

  • Hypo-, hyperglycemia

 

Infectious Disease Emergencies

  • Here it is important to have notifiable diseases  to recognize and respond adequately

 

Communication with the liability insurance

Patient education

legal obligation to report side effects (manufacturer & farm)

Response chain (who, what, when) emergency concept for practice

 

 

N2 - Emergency and complication management for the practice WITH invasive treatment methods

 

Theoretical part:

Emergencies when using injectables

  • Pain / hematoma / inflammation

  • Abscesses / lymphatic congestion

  • vasovagal reactions / fainting / circulatory collapse

  • Side effects to preparations

  • Anaphylaxis

 

Emergencies in practice

  • Heart attack

  • stroke

  • Injuries from falls

  • Hypo-, hyperglycemia

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Infectious Disease Emergencies

  • Here it is important to recognize notifiable diseases and to react appropriately

 

Communication with the liability insurance

Patient education

legal obligation to report side effects (manufacturer & farm)

Response chain (who, what, when) emergency concept for practice

Pack & use the emergency kit

After the course, the course participant receives the certificate as proof of competence towards insurance and liability and the patient.

With the emergency management course series, K2Medical offers the course participant a high level of in-depth knowledge and skills in dealing safely with emergencies in order to be able to work successfully on the market. The compact concepts enable safe and effective treatment and advice for the patient. Expertise creates trust, patient loyalty and satisfied, returning customers.

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