Course Name: Diploma in Critical Care Management
Course Id: DCCM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Diploma in Critical Care Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Critical Care Management||100||40|
|First Aid and Emergency Techniques||100||40|
|Fundamental of Nursing||100||40|
|Study of Human Body & Micro organism||100||40|
|Critical Care Services||100||40|
Critical Care Management
concept of holism applied to critical care nursing practice, Impact of the critical care environment on the patient, Pain in critically ill patient, Neurological Disorders: diagnosis and management of unconscious , coma, head injuries, CVA, critical care and monitoring of patient with neurological illnesses Sepsis and Multiorgan failures –causes, diagnosis and management, coordination of care within the intensive care unit, Trauma Management, burn and poisonings -diagnosis & management recognition of common critical illness Anaemias, blood dyscrasia, sepsis, pyrexia of unknown origin, infectious diseases, Cardiovascular Diseases: CAD, CHF, Myocardial infarction, pulmonary oedema, peripheral vascular diseases.
Trauma Systems and Mechanism of Injury Bleeding and shockØ Soft-Tissue InjuryØ BurnsØ Head and Face InjuriesØ Spine InjuriesØ Thoracic InjuriesØ Abdomen InjuriesØ Musculoskeletal InjuriesØ Injuries to the Abdomen and Genitourinary TractØ Fractures, Dislocations, and SprainsØ Multiple Injuries: Summery of Advanced Trauma Life SupportØ Practical Methods for Respiratory Care – . Respiratory Physiology – The Essentials, Techniques in Bedside Haemodynamic Monitoring.
First Aid and Emergency Techniques
Understand the scope of First Aid and role of First Aid, Comprehend the ways to manage and incident, Demonstrate the techniques of assessing a casualty, Describe the life saving measures for an unconscious casualty, Explain First Aid management for respiratory problems, Describe First Aid measures for wounds and circulation problems, Identify a bone joint and muscle injuries and provide appropriate First Aid measures, Describe First Aid process for the effects of heat and cold, Provide First Aid measures for foreign objects, poisoning bits and stings Provide First Aid for emergency conditions, Identify and give First Aid treatment in community emergencies and natural disorders, Describe the techniques and equipments for First Aid.
Fundamental of Nursing
Demonstrate fundamental nursing psychomotor skills in a safe manner, Use written verbal, non-verbal and emerging technology methods to communicate effectively, Utilize organizational skills and time management concepts in setting priorities for clinical performance, Demonstrate beginning critical thinking decision making skills based on standards of practice, theory, and research, Apply theoretical content to the nursing care of the client in a clinical setting, Implement evidence based care plans that reflect an understanding of the legal and ethical responsibilities of the nurse, Perform nursing interventions that reflect caring behaviors in response to bio-psychosocial, cultural, and spiritual care needs, Assess evidence-based nursing interventions as appropriate for managing the acute and chronic care of patients and promoting health across the lifespan.
Study of Human Body & Micro organism
Introduction of Medical Science, Organization of human body and integrated physiology, Cell organization, fundamentals issues of body and organ systems, Primary defense mechanism of human body against pathogenic microbes, Gross anatomy and histology of organs or respiratory system, organs of respiration, mechanism of respiration and factors controlling it, Mechanism of action, methods of application to foods (Equipments), effect on food and micro-organism, Micro-organisms of importance in food- bacteria, yeast and moulds, morphology, primary sources and biochemical activities.
Introduction to ICU Management, Importance of infection in an ICU Agents causing Infection, Renal Failure in ICU, Recognize the methods and significance of measuring the following lung volumes and flows in the ICU, Psychological assessment and support in an ICU, Definition of anatomy and its divisions, Terms of location, positions and planes, Cell and its organelles, Tissues & its classification, Glands., Causes of cell injury – Reversible and Irreversible cell injury (Necrosis and its types with examples & morphology) -Apoptosis -Calcification -Hyperplasia, Hypertrophy, Atrophy Metaplasia (Definition with examples).
Critical Care Services
Introduction to Critical Care service, Types of Critical Care Services, Intense support and treatment, Constant monitoring, Round the clock nursing care, Instruments to track parameters, Machines to alert team if there is a shift in parameters, A team trained to respond to any emergency, Doctors on call round the clock, Ventilator- Breathing machine, Cardiac or heart monitors- To monitor the electrical activity of the heart, Swan-Ganz catheter- To measure fluid filling the heart, Monitor heart function., Arterial lines- To monitor blood pressure, ECMO- To circulate blood through an artificial lung back into the bloodstream, Provide heart-lung bypass support, Defibrillator- To revive heartbeat, Dialysis machine- To take over the work of damaged kidneys.