USLSBL1~PROVIDER       ULTRASOUND        LIFESUPPORT     AND	         Soft cadaver Vascular access            Premium Cert...
 	  	   	  WINFOCUS (World Interactive Network Focused On Critical UltraSound)                           	  The world lead...
Empowering Life Support Protocols with                     ABCDE UltraSound Resuscitation                                 ...
USCME GLOBAL PROGRAM DIRECTORS:Chair:                          Luca Neri (Milan, Italy)Co-chairs :                     Ric...
Winfocus Thailand 2012 - Advance Ultrasound Enhance Life Support with soft cadaver vascular access workshop
Winfocus Thailand 2012 - Advance Ultrasound Enhance Life Support with soft cadaver vascular access workshop
Winfocus Thailand 2012 - Advance Ultrasound Enhance Life Support with soft cadaver vascular access workshop
Winfocus Thailand 2012 - Advance Ultrasound Enhance Life Support with soft cadaver vascular access workshop
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หน่วยเวชศาสตร์ฉุกเฉิน รพ.จุฬาลงกรณ์ ร่วมกับ WINFOCUS จัดประชุมเชิงปฏิบัติการ 'Advance Ultrasound Enhance Life Support with soft cadaver vascular access workshop' ให้แก่แพทย์เวชศาสตร์ฉุกเฉิน และผู้สนใจ ที่รพ.จุฬาลงกรณ์ ในวันที่ 15-16 สิงหาคม 2555

โดยมีเป้าหมายเพื่อให้ผู้เรียนสามารถใช้ ultrasound ในการช่วยในการวินิจฉัยและรักษาผู้ป่วยที่อยู่ในภาวะ shock, dyspnea, cardiac arrest และ trauma ได้

ในการนี้ได้รับเชิญวิทยากรจาก WINFOCUS instructor โดยผู้ผ่านการฝึกอบรมจะได้รับ USLS BL1 Provider Certification

ผู้สนใจสามารถดูรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ หรือติดต่อ หรือคุณบุญครอง เบอร์โทรศัพท์ 02-256-5009

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Winfocus Thailand 2012 - Advance Ultrasound Enhance Life Support with soft cadaver vascular access workshop

  1. 1. USLSBL1~PROVIDER ULTRASOUND LIFESUPPORT AND   Soft cadaver Vascular access Premium Certification Workshop   ABCDEULTRASOUND RESUSCITATION August 15-16, 2012 ~ 08:30am – 05:30pm Bangkok - Thailand King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital
  2. 2.        WINFOCUS (World Interactive Network Focused On Critical UltraSound)  The world leader scientific organization committed to develop point-of-care ultrasound          practice, research, education, technology, and networking, addressing      the needs of patients, institutions, services, and communities in “critical” scenarios.                WINFOCUS Vision and Mission Statements Improving Primary, Emergency, and Critical Care Medicine, by incorporating "point-of-care" Ultrasound into Clinical Practice … bringing quality “Point-of-care” Ultrasound to the patient     in all out-of-hospital and in-hospital “critical” scenarios, by developing and fostering, on a global and multi-disciplinary basis, Ultrasound Education, Technological Development,             Evidence-based Research, and International Teamwork. CO U R S E DI R E C T O R S CO U R S E I NSTRUCTORS Luca Neri MD, Milan Italy Luca Neri MD Mahmoud Elbarbary MD, Saudi Arabia Mahmoud Elbarbary MD L O C A L CO U R S E DI R E C T O R S Ton Hong Chuen MD, Singapore Mok Ka Leung MD, Hong Kong Suthaporn Lumlertgul.MD, Thailand Gordon Lee MD, HongKong Suthaporn Lumlertgul, Thailand WI N F O C U S CO N T A C T S           Secretariat Office   Executive Office – Board Via Orefici, 4 - 40124 Bologna, ITALY Via Borgonuovo, 4 - 20124 Milano, ITALY         Tel +39 051 230385       Tel +39 333 5404074       Fax +39 051 221894     Fax +39 02 700531930      RE G I S T R A T I O N  ONLINE REGISTRATION:Go to, make your choice and follow the procedure.  OFF-LINE REGISTRATION:Find attached or download the form at, then send itby FAX to +39 051 221894 or by EMAIL to noema.secretariat@winfocus.orgOr            “CRITICAL ULTRASOUND”  The concept of critical ultrasound evolved recently from emergency ultrasound performed at  the point-of-care in scenarios such as emergency departments, ICUs, pre-hospital care, austere Clinical scenarios turn into critical ones when there is a dangerous performance gap between the patient status and the resources available for an appropriate decision making and problem solving. In such settings ultrasound point-of-care image acquisition and interpretation, integrated with advanced life support protocols (ACLS, ATLS) according ABCDE and Head-to-toes -type approaches, allows for rapid and effective decision making, enhanced triage, diagnosis, therapy, monitoring, and follow up. Nowadays, that’s approach is also known as ‘Ultrasound Life Support’. This typically occurs in the acutely ill patient (Emergency US) or intensive (Intensive/Critical Care US), and/or where human or technical resources are particularly limited (Screening US, Triage US, Remote US, Primary US).
  3. 3. Empowering Life Support Protocols with ABCDE UltraSound Resuscitation [Entry course for USLS BL1 Provider Certification] First Day Second Day 08:00 REGISTRATIONS & PRE-COURSE TEST 08:00 REVIEW, DEBRIEFING, Q/A Point-of-care US in Primary, Emergency and ASSESSMENT: I 08:30 Critical Care Medicine: empowering life support 08:30 N Peritoneal effusion: FAST windows. protocols T R ASSESSMENT: Critical ultrasound techniques: image generation, O 08:50 08:50 N/ retro-peritoneal, parenchymal and soft tissue acquisition, interpretation & administration. haematomas. ASSESSMENT: Obstruction/atelectasia, tracheal displacement C ASSESSMENT:A and lesions, emphysema. Prandial status. I Abdominal & thoracic aortic aneurysm: detection, 09:10 09:10 measurement, N/ dissection and rupture.I PROCEDURES: RR ETT, crico-tyroidotomy, tracheo-tomy/-stomy. CW U ASSESSMENT:A MANAGEMENT: O&G emergencies: ectopic vs intrauterine, 09:30 Airway Protocols & Interactive Cases L 09:30 retroplacentar haematoma, placenta previa.Y [US-AIR] A Fetus: movements, heart beat, position, T presentation. B I PROCEDURES: ASSESSMENT: Defibrillation, TC & IV pacing. R 09:50 Pleural effusion, alveolar consolidation, interstitial O 09:50 Pericardiocentesis, pleurocentesis. E syndrome, pneumothorax. Diaphragm impairment. N Paracentesis, DPL, laparotomy. A PROCEDURES: T 10:10 10:10 PROCEDURES: Needle aspiration, thoraco-centesis, chest tube H Peripheral & central venous catheterization. insertion, thoracotomy. I MANAGEMENT: MANAGEMENT: N 10:30 Respiratory Protocols & Interactive Cases 10:30 Cardio-circulatory Protocols & Interactive Cases G [BLUE] [FAST, EFAST, FAST-ABCDE, L/H/CV] 10:50 COFFEE BREAK 10:50 COFFEE BREAK ASSESSMENT: DI Optic nerve sheath/disc, pupil assessment ASSESSMENT: SA (+midline shift, cervical fracture, neonatal 11:10 Introduction to echocardiography. BI 11:10 assessment). C Cardiac and caval vein windows. LI I MANAGEMENT: TY R Neurological Protocols & Interactive Cases [US-NEU] C ASSESSMENT: A US ABCDE PRIMARY MANAGEMENT: B U Critical hemodynamic assessment: heart C - US Trauma Life Support [US-TLS] 11:30 11:30 L morphology/performance/filling state, pericardial D - US Advanced Cardiac Life Support [US-ACLS] effusion/tamponade, caval vein variations. E - US-Triage & US-EMS/HEMS A T CONCEPTS ON HEAD-TO-TOES ASSESSMENT: HEAD I SECONDARY MANAGEMENT & MONITORING: 11:50 Thrombo-embolic disease: deep venous -TO- 11:50 - Head, Thorax, Abdomen, Limbs O thrombosis, pulmonary embolysm. TOES - Assessment, treatment, monitoring, and follow-up N MANAGEMENT: Ultrasound education and development: 12:10 Cardio-circulatory Protocols & Interactive Cases CME 12:10 WINFOCUS global initiative for PHC, EM and CCM. [FEEL, FATE, L/H/CV] 12:30 LUNCH 12:30 LUNCH US HANDS-ON & SIMULATION: US HANDS-ON & SIMULATION:TRAINING TRAINING [HUMAN MODELS, PHANTOMS & ULTRASOUND SIMULATOR] [HUMAN MODELS, PHANTOMS & ULTRASOUND SIMULATOR] Circulation, Disability 13:30 Machine orientation. 13:30 Dyspnea, Shock, Coma Signs & patterns, sono-anatomy. US Trauma Life Support [US-TLS] Airway, Breathing, Circulation. US Advanced Cardiac Life Support [US-ACLS] 17:30 SESSION CLOSURE 17:30 POST-COURSE TEST & CLOSURE
  4. 4. USCME GLOBAL PROGRAM DIRECTORS:Chair: Luca Neri (Milan, Italy)Co-chairs : Richard Hoppmann (Columbia, SC, USA), Enrico Storti (Milan, Italy)Advisors: Michael Blaivas (Atlanta, GA, USA): Winfocus President, RESCUE & ILCEUS Chair     Daniel Lichtenstein (Paris, France): Winfocus Scientific Comm. ChairUSCMC LEARNING CONTENTS and FORMAT :The applications targeted in the USCMC ( ~ Ultrasound CCertification) program rely on the most recent literature and recommendations, and refer mostly to the “CriticalCare Medicine Journal” Supplement fully dedicated to the ultrasound applications in the acute and criticalpatients (Crit Care Med 2007;35[Suppl]), written by a few dozens of the actual major world experts in the field,coordinated by Blaivas, Kirkpatrick and Sustic, and mostly involved in the Board of WINFOCUS. Proposededucational formats and pathways refer to a working document, published in its earliest version in the samesupplement (Neri L, Storti E, Lichtenstein D, Toward an ultrasound curriculum in critical care medicine. Crit CareMed 2007;35[Suppl]:S290–S304), starting point of an International evidence- and consensus-based process,join to the USCME and ILCEUS projects (  USCMC EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION ROADMAP :Certification steps are implemented along the three EFSUMB levels of proficiency (• Level 1 (BL1 & AL1, Basic and Advanced) - Common, general, focused competency• Level 2 (BL2 & AL2, Basic and Advanced) - Comprehensive, specialized competency• Level 3 (beyond standards, still to be defined) - Outstanding clinical, educational, research expertiseEach level includes Provider and Trainer competence-based modules (see below as ex. the USLS roadmap):   “ULTRASOUND LIFE SUPPORT” competence-based certification pathways:• USLS BL1 Provider >> Trainer (“ABCDE” conformed, non-specialty-specific, general)• USLS AL1 Provider >> Trainer (“Head-to-Toes” conformed, setting/specialty-specific, general)• USLS BL2 Provider >> Trainer (Problem-based, setting/specialty-specific, specialized)• USLS AL2 Provider >> Trainer (Organ/District-based, setting/specialty-specific, sub-specialized)   Ex. ECHO-AL2 Provider >> Trainer (Advanced “Echo-Doppler in ICU” competences)According specific performance needs, several Level 1 and 2 (L1, L2) UltraSound Life Support andProcedural modules are available, both for Providers and Trainers (P, T):• US-TLS (US Trauma Life Support, ATLS-conformed)• EFAST (Extended Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma)• US-ACLS (US Cardio-Pulmonary Life Support, ACLS/ALS-conformed)• US-BLSD (US Cardio-Pulmonary Life Support, BLS/LSD-conformed)• US-NPLS (US Neonatal & Pediatric Life Support, PALS-conformed)• US-PHLS (US PreHospital Care & Disaster Medicine Triage)• US-Triage (US Triage in Disaster Medicine)• CC ECHO (Critical Care Echocardiography or ECHO ICU)• US-MON (US ABCDE Monitoring)• US-SEPS (US Sepsis Management)• US-GPE (US General Practice in Emergency)• US-PHC (US Primary Health Care in scarce-resource-setting)• US-NURSE (US Nursing care in Emergency)• US-AIR (US Airway Management)• US-CVA (US Central Vascular Access Management)• US-PVA (US Peripheral Vascular Access Management)• US-BLOCK (US-guided Nerve Blockage)Note: USLS BL1 Certification includes US-TLS, US-PHLS, EFAST, US-BLS, US-ACLS credentialing.Each certification module is developed along three learning phases and a final examination:• Part Ia: preliminary e-learning (lectures, interactive sessions, references)• Part Ib: 1-2 days introductory course (theory, hands on, and simulation components)• Part II: 1-6 months proctored practice (specific minimal requirements)• Part III: 1 day credentialing examination (presentation, questionnaire, simulation-based practice)Each credential profile undergoes maintenance and quality assurance processes:• Refresh: 1-2 day course (every 2 years; specific annual minimal requirements)USCME AUDIENCE TARGETS :- Health care professionals: Physicians, Nurses, Paramedics, Midwives, and Technicians … working in- “Critical” scenarios: EM, CCM/ICU, Acute/Trauma Surgery, HEMS/EMS, PHC, Pediatric, Sport, Tactical, Remote,Rural, Wilderness, Scarce-resource settings.    Further details at