Module 6 – Invasive Procedures in ICU and Management of Common Emergencies

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A variety of invasive lines are used in clinical practice today such as dialysis lines, Hickman lines and peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC lines). The decision to insert a central and arterial line is made to facilitate more accurate and responsive monitoring for patients who are hemodynamically compromised. It allows a route to enable responsive replacement of circulating volume, maintain fluid and electrolyte balance in accordance with the central venous pressure, and to guide treatment where clear protocols exist in shock, burns, poisoning, traumatic brain and spinal injuries.

Objectives

Upon conclusion of this module, participants should be able to understand:

  • Initial Assessment and Resuscitation in Shock, Burns, Poisoning, Traumatic brain and spinal injuries
  • Consequences and Maintenance of Fluid Administration
  • Daily care of arterial Line, CVP and their complications
  • Signs, Symptoms and Management of emergencies in the ICU
  • Newer modalities and Recent advances

Contributors

Sam Suri FRCA FANZCA FCICM
Intensive Care Unit, Liverpool Hospital
University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia

Philip Jones
CELTA Mental Health and FHEA
University of Nottingham
United Kingdom

Professor David Baker BSc MBBS M Phil DM FRCA FRSM
Consultant in Anaesthesia (SAMU) Necker
University Hospital Paris
Visiting Professor Harvard University and University of Surabaya
London, United Kingdom

N Ganapathy MD FCCP DCCM
Critical Care Physician
Chairman and Director, DIMER , Erode , Tamil Nadu
India

Saikat Sengupta MD DNB MNAMS PGDMLS FICA
Sr. Consultant and Academic Coordinator
Department of Anesthesiology Perioperative Medicine and Pain
Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals
Kolkata, India

Jaya Pradhan DMD MPH MD
Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology and Oncology
Columbia University Medical Center
New York, USA

Michael Parr FRCP FRCA FANZCA FCICM
Intensive Care Unit, Liverpool Hospital
University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia

Debasis Roy MS FRCS (Edinburgh) CCST (UK)
Senior Consultant Surgeon
Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals
Kolkata, India

Gill Bishop MBBS MD FCICM
Service Clinical Director and Intensive Care Specialist
Auckland DHB Department of Critical Care Medicine
New Zealand

Professor Geoffery Berman MD
Consultant Burn Injury and Trauma
Hartcourt Institute
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
USA

Suresh Ramasubban MD ABRC
Sr. Consultant Respiratory, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Consultant Pulmonary Medicine
Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals
Kolkata, India