Subject: Person in Critical Situation
Number of ECTS:
1 - Develop skills in assisting a person in a complex processes of critical illness and / or organ failure;
2 - Explore the principles of primary assessment, resuscitation and advanced life support algorithm;
3 - Develop skills in the administration of drugs to the person in critical condition. Skills to be developed: Analyzes, interprets and synthesizes objective data of emergent situations, managing information from different sources; Interprets the primary and secondary examination in an organized and efficiently prioritizing needs; Plans intervention to the needs of the person in critical condition mobilizing the necessary expertise and utilizing appropriate technical resources; Works on intra-or interdisciplinary team encourages a climate of cooperation; Identifies risk practices and adopt appropriate measures.
1 - Prehospital Reporting
2 - Resuscitation room
3 - Primary evaluation and resuscitation
4 - Algorithm of Advanced Life Support
5 - Airway control and ventilation
6 - Shock
6.1 - Hemorrhagic shock
7 - Nursing the person with bradyarrhythmias and tachyarrhythmias.
8 - Trauma
8.1 - Neurological trauma: Brain trauma; Spinal trauma
8.2 - Musculoskeletal Trauma
9 - Drugs used in critically ill patients.
American College of Surgeons , 2012 , Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) -Student Course Manual , American College of Surgeons
Cecconi, M.; Backer, D.; Antonelli, M.; Beale, R.; Bakker, J.; Hofer, C. & Rhodes, A. , 2014 , Consensus on circulatory shock and hemodynamic monitoring. Task force of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. , Intensive Care Medicine
European Resuscitation Council , 2015 , European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation , European Resuscitation Council
Fagan, T. & Sunthareswaran, R. , 2004 , Lo Esencial en Sistema Cardiovascular (2ª ed) , Elsevier Espanha, S.A.
Fischbach, F. & Dunning III, M. , 2013 , Manual de Enfermagem: Exames Laboratoriais & Diagnósticos , Guanabara koogan
Assesssment methods and criteria:
Classification Type: Quantitativa (0-20)
"The different contents will be treated with an active-participatory methodology, using the expository method, bibliographic research and document analysis and problem solving through simulated cases. The evaluation model is B, according to the UMa appraisal evaluation regulations, and includes a frequency (50%) and a practical test (50%). The final classification is expressed in the scale of 0 to 20 values and is the responsibility of the teacher The approval of the course implies approval in all components (minimum 9.5 values) and requires the presence in 80% of the hours. There is recovery at resort / improvement or special season."