Accredited by Apollo Hospitals and Medvarsity

Fellowship in Intensive Care Medicine

MEDVARSITY ONLINE LIMITED

Rs 40,000
+ VAT

Important information

  • Diploma
  • Online
  • Duration:
    6 Months
Description

Acquire sufficient clinical experience and technical skill to identify and handle complex clinical problems and diseases encountered in the intensive care unit. Acquire knowledge and mastery of the medical technology used in the intensive care units. Acquire knowledge of appropriate ethical standards and ability to cope with the psychological and social effects of critical illness on patients and their relatives. Acquire ability to take full responsibility for the quality of treatment and care of the critically ill patient.

Important information

Requirements: Allopathy Doctors, Post Graduate Students in Medical and Surgical Specialties

Internship

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Starts Location

Online

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What you'll learn on the course

Infections
Psychological
Self-care
Neurological Disorders
Renal Problems
Toxicology
Hematology
Obstetrics
Respiratory Issues
Technology and Equipment
Critical Care

Teachers and trainers (1)

Apollo Hospitals
Apollo Hospitals
Apollo Hospitals

Course programme

The Fellowship in Intensive Care Medicine is designed to develop registered and graduate medical professionals into intensive & critical care practitioners through a programmed approach of knowledge and skills acquisition coupled with a critical thinking focus.The Mission of Medvarsity and Apollo Hospitals is to provide exemplary care for critically ill patients, conduct cutting edge research related to life-threatening acute medical problems, and educate tomorrow’s leaders in the field of Intensive Care Medicine.

The Course modules are as following

Respiratory Disorders
Cardiovascular Disorders
Neurology Disorders
Renal Disorders
Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders
Hematological Disorders
Infections
Gastrointestinal Disorders
Obstetric
Environmental Hazards
Toxicology, poisoning
General Disorders


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