Thu, 20 Aug | Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Ce

Prevention and Management CICO Events: Provider Training

Prevention and Management of Can't Intubate Can't Oxygenate Events: Provider Training Course $847 This course covers the skills and knowledge required to deliver a comprehensive course focused on the prevention and management of CICO events.
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Prevention and Management CICO Events: Provider Training

Time & Location

20 Aug 2020, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Ce, Level 6, Kolling Building, Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards NSW 2065, Australia

About The Event

Prevention and Management of Can't Intubate Can't Oxygenate Events: Providor Training Course

Course Code: CICOP 011118

Cost: $847

Target Audience

This course is relevant to consultant anaesthetists and ATY2 or later registrars involved in the delivery of simulation and/or skills-based education.

CPD

The course is a recognised emergency response activity in ANZCA’s CPD program with the following recognition codes:-

  • Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate (CICO) – ER-17-CICO-081
  • 7 hours small group interactive (ANZCA Cat 3/L2)

Description

This full day course addresses the specific knowledge and range of skills required to deliver a comprehensive course focusing on the prevention and management of the “Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate” (CICO) situation.

Target Audience

Aims

To develop skills to run immersive simulation training (IST) in a range of health-care settings.

Level: Intermediate.

Topics covered

The course focuses on teaching the following topics

• The role of human factors in the management of the unanticipated difficult airway

• Utilisation of the Vortex Approach to optimise upper airway rescue

• Transition to CICO rescue

• Communication and heuristics during difficult airway management

• The Royal Perth Hospital CICO algorithm

• Cannula cricothyroidotomy technique

• Scalpel – bougie technique

• Scalpel-finger-cannula technique

• Emergency jet oxygenation techniques

• Melker conversion techniques

• Delivering CICO training: teaching techniques, equipment, props, resources, etc

Topics not covered include:

Wet-lab training techniques; advanced debriefing/simulation instruction; Assessment.

Approach

Participants will work in small groups with instructors experienced in both clinical simulation and CICO training.

Maximum Participants

Maximum 12 particpants per course

Location

Sydney Clinical Skills & Simulation Centre

Course Duration

1 day course 0830 - 1630

Course Co-ordinator

Dr Adam Rehak MBBS FANZCA

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