Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care First Faculty of Medicine Charles University in Prague and General University Hospital in Prague

1. lékařská fakulta UK Všeobecná fakultní nemocnice v Praze



Two week course on Anaesthesia and Intensive Medicine starts on 10 th February 2020 with welcome session. Students are expected to come at 9:00 a.m. in the General University Hospital, Prague, U Nemocnice 2, building A6, Dpt. of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Medicine - KARIM (a white arrow on the picture points at the entrance), and they are kindly asked to wait in front of the lecture hall (The Hoder’s Hall) for a teacher.

Each student must have his/her attendance sheet which will return together with filled evaluation sheet either at the end of the course or before the examination. The forms can be downloaded here and here.

Contact persons:

Michal Pořízka, M.D. Ph.D.
phone: 702 089 475

Monday, February 10th, 2020

1. 09:00 a.m. - 09:30 a.m., M. Pořízka: Wellcome session
2. 10:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m., R. Šachl: BLS course

Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

1. 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., J. Bruthans: Difficult airway management
2. 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., M. Porizka: Basic of intensive care
3. 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m., M. Porizka: Basics of anaesthesia
4. 12:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m., J.Kunstyr: Perioperative monitoring


  10.2.2020   Erasmus    
group Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
A Wellcomme session, BLS course Lectures ICU 1 CS OR MH Anest.
B ICU 2 Surg1 - OR CS - OR
C  MH Anest. IKEM T Surg1 - OR
  17.2.2020   Erasmus    
 group Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

1: Resuscitation

1. Adult Basic Life Support (BLS)
2. Adult Advanced Life Support (ALS)
3. Foreign body aspiration with an acute upper airway obstruction
4. Airway management and oxygenation during ALS
5. Pharmacotherapy during ALS
6. Equipment used in ALS
7. Basic rules for beginning and ending of CPR
8. CPR in specific situations – 4H, 4T
9. BLS and ALS in neonates
10. BLS and ALS in children
11. Life threatening arrhythmias
12. Electroimpulsotherapy during CPR
13. Acute coronary syndromes
14. Care after the successful CPR
15. Mass disaster, medicine of catastrophes

2: Aneasthesiology and perioperative medicine

1. Pharmacology of drugs for intravenous anaesthesia – hypnotics, benzodiazepines and opioids
2. Pharmacology of drugs for intravenous anaesthesia – volatile anaesthetics, nitrous oxide, muscle relaxants and their antidotes
3. Airway management during anaesthesia
4. Difficult airway management algorithms
5. Neuroaxial regional anaesthesia
6. Regional anaesthesia of nerves, plexi, topical and infiltrative anaesthesia
7. Preoperative care before a general anaesthesia, premedication
8. Monitoring during anaesthesia and postoperative care
9. Anaesthesia in an emergency case, regurgitation, aspiration
10. Intravenous access in anaesthesia and intensive care
11. Short-term and long-term venous access
12. Anaesthesia in children
13. Hypotension and hypertension during anaesthesia
14. Anaphylaxis, malignant hyperthermia and similar complications
15. Basic rules of postanaesthetic care
16. Postoperative delirium, cognitive dysfunction
17. Fluid management during anaesthesia
18. Blood loses and their management, life threatening bleeding
19. Acute pain management
20. Chronic pain management

3: Emergency and intensive medicine

1. Shock
2. SIRS, sepsis
3. Basics of an artificial ventilation
5. Acute and chronic renal failure
6. Hepatic failure
7. Consciousness disorders, unconsciousness
8. Craniocerebral trauma
9. Polytrauma
10. Intoxication
11. Nosocomial infection, antibiotic therapy in intensive care
12. Monitoring during intensive care
13. Drowning, thermic injury, frost injury, and electric current injury
14. Burn trauma
15. Acute pulmonary embolization
16. Acute heart failure
17. Diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias
18. Heart trauma, cardiac tamponade, thorax injury and pneumothorax
19. Acute aortic syndromes
20. Acute abdominal syndrome – differential diagnostics and therapy
21. Sudden delivery and other acute situations in obstetrics and gynaecology
22. Stroke
23. Seizures
24. Ethical problems in intensive care, brain death
25. Acute respiratory insufficiency in children

ICU 1+2 Starts at 9.30 a.m., Go to the Building A2, the 2nd floor. Change in a locker room on the ground floor. The door opens using an ISIC card. No gowns are needed! Contact phone numbers: ICU1 - 22496 2733, ICU2 – 22496 3481 or 82.

Surg 1 ORs Mo-Thu starts at 7:45 a.m., Fri at 8 a.m., Go to the Building A8, get a key from a clkrm at the clinic in the ground floor and after changing go to the OR at the 2nd floor. Contact phone numbers: 606 840 676 or 723 426 288

OG-OR Starts at 8 a.m., Take the left stairs to the second floor (a „tower“) and knock the door signed KARIM. No gowns are needed! Take shoes to change with you, pls. A contact phone number: 22496 7241

MH-ER+anest. Be at 8:45 a.m. in the Central Military Hospital (Metro st.Hradcanska and Tram 1 or 2 to the station CMH), reception desk of the Building CH2, ground floor. A contact person: Reková, phone: 774 091 170.

CS OR Mo-Thu starts at 7 a.m., Fri at 7:50 a.m. Go to the building A2. Change in a locker room on the ground floor. The door opens using an ISIC card. After changing go to the 3rd floor to the OR. No gowns are needed! Contact phone numbers: 22496 3473 or 2733.

PICU Starts at 10:00 a.m. at The Paediatric Dpt, Go through the gate and find PICU in the building E3A on the right. A contact psn. Pokorna. A contact phone number: 224 967 779

IKEM C Come to IKEM (Vídeňská 9, Bus stop IKEM, bus No. 114, 193, 332, 335, 337, 339 at. 8:45 a.m., The Dpt. of Anaesthesia and Int. Care Building F, the 1st floor, the door No. F1003 (the secretary), contact person: Riha, phone 261 365 195 or 261 365 196

IKEM T Come to IKEM (Vídeňská 9, Bus stop IKEM, bus No. 114, 193, 332, 335, 337, 339 at. 8:15- 8:30 a.m.. A contact psn: Ms.Havalova (phone 261 364 122) will pick you up at a reception desk at the 2nd floor.

Urol ICU Come to The Department of Urology (Ke Karlovu 6), ICU, 1st floor at 8.30.a.m. First, take a locker room key at the ground floor (Card Index Office) and change yourself in the 5th floor. Contact phone numbers: 22496 7884 or 7887.

Pain Clinic (PC) Starts at 9 a.m. take a locker room key at the porter's desk in the Outpatient Dpt. (Karlovo náměstí 32), building A and after changing and returning the key go to the 2nd floor. Use a back elevator at the end of the corridor in the ground floor. A contact phone number: 22496 6370.



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