2 USLS BL1 PROVIDER ULTRASOUND LIFE SUPPORT 27 y 28 de Junio, 2013 ~ 8:30 am - 6:00 pm ~ Ciudad Victoria Tamaulipas, Méx. ~ Sede: Hospital General. Dr Norberto Treviño Zapata. Informes: Colegio Mexicano de Medicina Critica. Tel: 01(55) / 01(800)
3 WINFOCUS (World Interactive Network Focused On Critical UltraSound) The world leader scientific organization committed to develop point-of-care ultrasound practice, research, education, technology, and networking, addressing the needs of patients, institutions, services, and communities in critical scenarios. WINFOCUS Vision and Mission Statements Improving Primary, Emergency, and Critical Care Medicine, by incorporating "point-of-care" Ultrasound into Clinical Practice bringing quality Point-of-care Ultrasound to the patient in all out-of-hospital and in-hospital critical scenarios, by developing and fostering, on a global and multi-disciplinary basis, Ultrasound Education, Technological Development, Evidence-based Research, and International Teamwork. FACULTY José del Jesús Rincón Salas (Coordinador winfocus México) Miguel Montorfano (Coordinador Winfocus Latinoamerica) Cesar Rodrigo Quezada Burgos (Mexico) WINFOCUS CONTACTS Winfocus Secretariat Office Via Orefici, Bologna, ITALY Tel Fax CRITICAL ULTRASOUND The concept of 'critical ultrasound' evolved recently from 'emergency ultrasound' performed at the 'point-of-care' in scenarios such as emergency departments, ICUs, pre-hospital care, austere environments, disaster scenes, tactical operations, and humanitarian care missions. Clinical scenarios turn into 'critical' ones when there is a dangerous performance gap between the patient status and the resources available for an appropriate decision making and problem solving. In such settings ultrasound point-of-care image acquisition and interpretation, integrated with advanced life support protocols (ACLS, ATLS) according 'ABCDE' and 'Head-to-toes' -type approaches, allows for rapid and effective decision making, enhanced triage, diagnosis, therapy, monitoring, and follow up. Nowadays, that s approach is also known as Ultrasound Life Support. This typically occurs in the acutely ill patient (Emergency US) or intensive (Intensive/Critical Care US), and/or where human or technical resources are particularly limited (Screening US, Triage US, Remote US, Primary US).
4 PROGRAMA 1 dia: 27 de Junio, :30-09:00 Presentación del curso y evaluación 09:00-09:30 Ultrasonografia en el paciente critico 09:30-10:10 Fisica basica y manejo del ultrasonido 10:10-10:40 Ultrasonografia de la via aérea 10:40-11:20 Conceptos básicos de la ultrasonografía pulmonar 11:20-13:20 Sesiones Practicas 13:20-14:00 Ecocardiografia emergente y dinámica 14:00-14:40 Protocolos Fast: del FAST al FAST ABCDE 14:40 15:40 LUNCH. 15:40-18:00 Sesiones Prácticas.
5 PROGRAMA 2 dia: 28 de Junio, :00-09:50 Abordaje por ultrasonido vascular: Aorta 09:50-10:30 Evaluación neurológica básica (Nervio óptico y linea Media) 10:30-11:10 Accesos Vasculares en el paciente crítico 11:10-12:00 Ultrasonografia en el paciente hemodinamicamente inestable. 12:00-12:30 CAFÉ. 12:30-13:00 Evaluación de tejidos blandos y óseo. 13:00-15:00 Sesiones practicas. 15:00-15:30 Evaluación Final y clausura del curso..
9 USCME GLOBAL PROGRAM DIRECTORS: Chair: Co-chairs : Advisors: Luca Neri (Milan, Italy) Richard Hoppmann (Columbia, SC, USA), Enrico Storti (Milan, Italy) Michael Blaivas (Atlanta, GA, USA): Winfocus President, RESCUE & ILCEUS Chair Daniel Lichtenstein (Paris, France): Winfocus Scientific Comm. Chair USCMC LEARNING CONTENTS and FORMAT : The applications targeted in the USCMC (www.winfocus.org/uscme/uscmc ~ Ultrasound Critical Management Certification) program rely on the most recent literature and recommendations, and refer mostly to the Critical Care Medicine Journal Supplement fully dedicated to the ultrasound applications in the acute and critical patients (Crit Care Med 2007;35[Suppl]), written by a few dozens of the actual major world experts in the field, coordinated by Blaivas, Kirkpatrick and Sustic, and mostly involved in the Board of WINFOCUS. Proposed educational formats and pathways refer to a working document, published in its earliest version in the same supplement (Neri L, Storti E, Lichtenstein D, Toward an ultrasound curriculum in critical care medicine. Crit Care Med 2007;35[Suppl]:S290 S304), starting point of an International evidence- and consensus-based process, join to the USCME and ILCEUS projects (www.winfocus.org/rescue/ilceus). USCMC EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION ROADMAP : Certification steps are implemented along the three EFSUMB levels of proficiency (www.efsumb.org): Level 1 (BL1 & AL1, Basic and Advanced) - Common, general, focused competency Level 2 (BL2 & AL2, Basic and Advanced) - Comprehensive, specialized competency Level 3 (beyond standards, still to be defined) - Outstanding clinical, educational, research expertise Each level includes Provider and Trainer competence-based modules (see below as ex. the USLS roadmap): ULTRASOUND LIFE SUPPORT competence-based certification pathways: USLS BL1 Provider >> Trainer ( ABCDE conformed, non-specialty-specific, general) USLS AL1 Provider >> Trainer ( Head-to-Toes conformed, setting/specialty-specific, general) USLS BL2 Provider >> Trainer (Problem-based, setting/specialty-specific, specialized) USLS AL2 Provider >> Trainer (Organ/District-based, setting/specialty-specific, sub-specialized) Ex. ECHO-AL2 Provider >> Trainer (Advanced Echo-Doppler in ICU competences) According specific performance needs, several Level 1 and 2 (L1, L2) UltraSound Life Support and Procedural modules are available, both for Providers and Trainers (P, T): US-TLS (US Trauma Life Support, ATLS-conformed) EFAST (Extended Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma) US-ACLS (US Cardio-Pulmonary Life Support, ACLS/ALS-conformed) US-BLSD (US Cardio-Pulmonary Life Support, BLS/LSD-conformed) US-NPLS (US Neonatal & Pediatric Life Support, PALS-conformed) US-PHLS (US PreHospital Care & Disaster Medicine Triage) US-Triage (US Triage in Disaster Medicine) CC ECHO (Critical Care Echocardiography or ECHO ICU) US-MON (US ABCDE Monitoring) US-SEPS (US Sepsis Management) US-GPE (US General Practice in Emergency) US-PHC (US Primary Health Care in scarce-resource-setting) US-NURSE (US Nursing care in Emergency) US-AIR (US Airway Management) US-CVA (US Central Vascular Access Management) US-PVA (US Peripheral Vascular Access Management) US-BLOCK (US-guided Nerve Blockage) Note: USLS BL1 Certification includes US-TLS, US-PHLS, EFAST, US-BLS, US-ACLS credentialing. Each certification module is developed along three learning phases and a final examination: Part Ia: preliminary e-learning (lectures, interactive sessions, references) Part Ib: 1-2 days introductory course (theory, hands on, and simulation components) Part II: 1-6 months proctored practice (specific minimal requirements) Part III: 1 day credentialing examination (presentation, questionnaire, simulation-based practice) Each credential profile undergoes maintenance and quality assurance processes: Refresh: 1-2 day course (every 2 years; specific annual minimal requirements) USCME AUDIENCE TARGETS : - Health care professionals: Physicians, Nurses, Paramedics, Midwives, and Technicians working in - Critical scenarios: EM, CCM/ICU, Acute/Trauma Surgery, HEMS/EMS, PHC, Pediatric, Sport, Tactical, Remote, Rural, Wilderness, Scarce-resource settings. Further details at
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