P.G. Diploma Emergency Medicine

PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine - PGDEM (Courses for Doctors after MBBS/MD/MS/DNB)

A (Post-Graduate) P.G. Diploma in Emergency Medicine is a specialized, hands-on training program for medical professionals. It equips doctors with essential skills to handle urgent medical situations, such as accidents or sudden illnesses. It helps them provide quick and effective care to patients in emergency rooms, saving lives and ensuring better health outcomes.

Teaching Methods:
Server-based classes

MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent


  1. Emergency Department Triage
    In the emergency room, triage means sorting patients based on how sick they are. Red means urgent, like a heart attack. Yellow is serious, but not critical. Green is for less severe problems. Blue is minor.
  2. Deep Vein Thrombosis
    Deep Vein Thrombosis, or DVT, is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein, often in the legs. It can be painful and risky if the clot travels to the lungs. Being active, staying hydrated, and knowing the symptoms can help prevent DVT.
  3. Acute Coronary Syndromes
    Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS) are heart conditions that cause chest pain or discomfort. It includes heart attacks and unstable angina. ACS needs quick medical attention. Lifestyle changes and medications can help manage it.
  4. Atrial Fibrillation
    Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) is when your heart’s rhythm goes haywire, causing it to beat irregularly. This can lead to strokes or other heart issues. Medications and lifestyle changes help manage AFib. Regular check-ups are essential to keep your heart healthy.
  5. Syncope
    Syncope, often called fainting, is a sudden loss of consciousness. It can happen for various reasons like dehydration or low blood pressure. Though usually harmless, it’s essential to check with a doctor if you faint, especially if it’s recurrent, to rule out underlying health concerns.
  6. Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
    Severe sepsis and septic shock occur when the body’s response to an infection goes haywire. They can be life-threatening and need swift medical attention. Treatment often includes antibiotics, fluids, and other supportive measures. Quick action is key to recovery.
  7. And many more

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