Basic Airway Management
- Anatomy of the Upper and Lower Respiratory System
- Human Physiology of the Pulmonary System
- Performing Respiratory Assessment
- Different Respiratory Conditions and Their Treatment
- Basic Airway Management and Overview on Advanced Airway
After the completion of this 5 Hour Knowledge and Skill course from the American Safety and Health Institute you will be awarded CME hours accredited from HAAD which is recognized by DHA and MOH.
About Basic Airway Management
Airway management includes a set of techniques performed to clear the airway from any obstruction. This ensures an open pathway for gas exchange between a patient's lungs and the atmosphere. This is accomplished by either clearing a previously obstructed airway; or by preventing airway obstruction. Airway obstruction can be caused by the tongue, foreign objects, the tissues of the airway itself, and bodily fluids such as blood and gastric contents.
Skillful airway management is often the first step in the successful resuscitation of a compromised patient. Neurologic damage caused by hypoxia occurs within minutes. Non-definitive methods (basic airway management) are very important and will, if performed correctly, provide good oxygenation. Remember, people die from lack of oxygenation, not from lack of intubation.
5 CME HOURS Accepted by HAAD, DHA and MOH (1 Day course)
The more CME Courses you register, the lesser you pay - BIG DISCOUNTS! await for you.
|1 CME Course||220 AED|
|2 CME Courses||420 AED|
|3 CME Courses||600 AED|
- Theory sessions
- Discussion sessions
- Question and answer sessions
- Video presentation
- Demo skills presentation
- Written Exam
Who should attend
All healthcare professionals including laboratory professionals, nurses, physicians, dentists, dental assistants, pharmacists, paramedics, allied healthcare professionals, etc.
Anyone interested in learning airway management skills.
Course Completion Certificate including 5 CME points under Category I