Module 10 – Special Concerns and Care outside of ICU

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The implication of providing advance high-quality critical care does not change with the location of the patient. Whether we are working in ED, ICU, Ambulance or out of hospital such as providing emergency care in a high-speed sports events, the responsibilities remain the same. The usual aspects of resuscitation, pain relief with regional anesthesia, safe transfer of cases to radiology department of the hospital or between two medical facilities are the usual challenges for any ICU clinician.


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

  • Importance of pain relief in ER
  • Predicaments in provision of ideal nutritional support for critically ill
  • Importance of continuation of care during transportation of cases
  • Challenges involved in providing emergency care during high speed sports events like Formula 1 in Abu Dhabi


Pooja Tandon MD
Service Clinical Director and Pediatric Intensive Care Specialist
Washington University
Seattle , USA

Gary Hartstein MD
Clinical Professor, Anesthesia and Emergency Medicine and Medical Director
Ecole Provinciale d’Aide Medical Urgente Province de Liège
Liège, Belgium

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

Reshma Tiwari MD DNB PDCC
Director, Intensive Care Artemis Hospital
Gurgaon, India