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    • Medical Emergencies
      Dr. S. Aswini Kumar. MD
      Professor of Medicine
      Govt Medical College
      Thiruvananthapuram
    • Will my patient die in
      2
    • Life Threatening Conditions
      3
    • AIRWAY
      Management of
      4
    • What is Airway Management?
      5
    • Opening up the air way
      6
    • Head tilt and chin lift
      7
    • Protect The Cervical Spine
      8
    • Emergency Care For Choking Victim
      9
    • Universal Sign of Choking
      10
    • Heimlich Maneuver
      11
    • Procedure
      12
    • Method
      13
    • Oropharyngeal Airways
      14
    • Size of OPA
      15
    • Breathing
      Management of
      16
    • Acute Asthma & COPD - Diagnosis
      17
    • First Responder Response
      18
    • Acute Asthma & COPD - Treatment
      19
    • Rotahaler
      20
    • Metered Dose Inhaler
      21
    • Using a Spacer
      22
    • Other Inhalation Devices
      23
    • Nebulizer
      24
    • Spontaneous Pneumothorax - ∆
      25
    • Acute Pneumothorax - Treatment
      26
    • Adult Respiratory Distress
      27
    • Causes of ARDS
      28
    • Imaging in ARDS
      29
    • ARDS - Management Principles
      30
    • circulation
      Management of
      31
    • Question
      32
    • Confirm Cardiac Arrest
      33
    • Question
      34
    • External Chest Cardiac Massage
      35
    • Question
      36
    • Effects of Hypoxia
      0 – 2 min Cardiac Irritability
      3– 4 min Brain damage not likely
      4 - 6 min - brain damage possible
      6 - 10 min - brain damage very likely
      >10 min - irreversible brain damage
      37
    • Shockable Rhythms
      • Ventricular fibrillation
      • Ventricular tachycardia
      38
    • Method of defibrillation
      39
    • Differences
      40
    • Cardiogenic Shock
      41
    • Cardiogenic Shock- Treatment
      42
    • Hollywood Acting or Real MI?
      43
    • Present Protocol in AMI
      Hospital fibrinolysis:
      Door-to-Needle
      within 30 min.
      Call 100
      Call fast
      Not PCI
      capable
      EMS on-scene
      • Encourage 12-lead ECGs.
      • Consider prehospital fibrinolytic if capable and EMS-to-needle within 30 min.
      Onset of symptoms of STEMI
      EMS
      Dispatch 1 min
      EMS Triage Plan
      Inter-Hospital
      Transfer
      PCI
      capable
      GOALS
      5
      min.
      8
      min.
      EMS Transport
      Patient
      EMS
      Prehospitalfibrinolysis
      EMS-to-needle
      within 30 min.
      EMS transport
      EMS-to-balloon in 90 min.
      Patient self-transport
      Hospital door-to-balloon
      within 90 min.
      Dispatch
      1 min.
      Golden Hour = first 60 min.
      Total ischemic time: within 120 min.
      44
    • Acute Pulmonary Edema - Diagnosis
      45
    • Investigations
      46
    • Acute Pulmonary Edema - Treatment
      47
    • Thank You for The
      Patient Listening
      48