Certificate in critical care is a specialized area of healthcare dedicated to the treatment of patients facing life-threatening conditions. It encompasses various medical disciplines, including emergency medicine, cardiology, and anaesthesiology, and is delivered in intensive care units (ICUs) and emergency departments.   

A Certificate Course in Critical Care is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills required to provide optimal care in life-threatening situations. Participants learn about the fundamentals of critical care, including assessment, monitoring, and life support techniques. Understanding the management of critical conditions such as sepsis, trauma, and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The course provides in-depth knowledge and skills essential for effective critical care management. With specialized training, healthcare professionals can offer better care to critically ill patients.


Teaching Methods:

Server-based classes

Required Backgrounds:
MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent

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  1. Principles of Critical Care Nursing
    The first segment, covering “The Critical Care Environment,” takes up few days of the module’s schedule. It delves into the intricacies of intensive care units (ICUs), their structural and functional aspects, and distinguishes between medical, surgical, and specialty ICUs. Moreover, participants will learn to recognize the critical equipment and technology typically employed within these specialized settings.
  2. Principles of Critical Care Nursing
    This section, “Principles of Critical Care Nursing,” delves into the roles and responsibilities of critical care assistant and their pivotal role in maintaining patient safety within a high-stress environment. Effective communication and teamwork in critical care settings are also emphasized, as they are crucial for patient care.
  3. Assessment and Monitoring
    The third part of this module, “Assessment and Monitoring,” is allocated to underscores the importance of thorough patient assessment, covering vital signs and hemodynamic monitoring, as well as neurological assessment within the critical care context. By the end of this segment, participants will be adept at evaluating a patient’s condition.
  4. Life Support Techniques
    Life Support Techniques,” is the fourth segment. This section includes comprehensive training in basic life support (BLS) and advanced cardiac life support (ACLS). It also covers crucial topics such as mechanical ventilation, airway management, and hemodynamic support – skills critical for managing critically ill patients.
  5. And many more modules are included.

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