The objective of the course is to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to perform a first care of the patient who has suffered a serious trauma. Theoretical-practical face-to-face course of 8 hours, aimed at health personnel and first responders. Accredited by the CFC with 0,9 credits.
Course description initial attention to trauma
Course aimed at health personnel and first responders (emergency technicians, firemen, police, civil guards, security personnel). Duration 8 Hours. The objective is to reduce the mortality and the consequences that cause the traumatisms.
Specific objectives of the course
The objective of the course is to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to perform a first qualified care of the patient who has suffered a serious trauma. Therefore, students at the end of the course must be able to: Identify the main injuries. Make a primary and secondary assessment. Learn the different techniques to properly immobilize and mobilize the patient who has suffered a potentially serious trauma. Know and properly use the immobilization material. Apply initial care until the health services arrive. Assess and apply the initial care of the patient who has suffered a serious trauma until the health services arrive.
CONTENTS - THEORETICAL AREA
Epidemiology and biomechanics in trauma.
Primary and secondary assessment.
Mobilization and immobilization.
Injuries of members.
Accidents of multiple victims and catastrophes.
Bandages, wounds and burns.
Mobilization and immobilization material.
Immobilization with methods of fortune.
Rescue, transfer and evacuation of patients.
Simulacrum. Accident of multiple victims.
Lateral head immobilizer.
Pneumatic and rigid splints.
Bandages of different sizes.