MASTER CLASS IN BASIC SUPPORT OF VITAL ACTIVITY IN PEDIATRICS
The master class in basic support of vital activity at children, held by department of anesthesiology and intensive care, took place on 28, March, 2018. The moderator of the event – postgraduate student at department of anesthesiology and intensive care Diomin Ye.Ye.. 25 students from the 3rd-6th courses of University took part in work of master class; most of them are the students in medical faculty No 3, future doctors-pediatricians. The sudden bleeding control is rather important problem in medicine and every year takes away many lives in the world, despite all achievements in modern medical science.
This meeting with the topic of cardiopulmonary resuscitation for each from participants in master class was not the first one; the audience possessed the general rules and principles. Thus, the theoretical part was devoted to consideration of issues how to improve the results from performance of reanimation measures and on what the survival of such patients depends; how two centimeters in depth of compressions change the survival rate by three times, and five seconds in pause before defibrillator’s discharge reduce the probability for its success by some times.
The separately considered the innovations in update of protocol for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular aid to American Heart Association in 2017. The basic protocol itself was published in 2015 and the audience has already been acquainted with its requirements. During practical part all members could train on the moulage in performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, namely master the technique for compressions of the breast, ventilation with Ambu-bag, as well as basics of team work, when the absence of losses and quality of resuscitation, depend not only on skills of each participant but their capability to work in team and immediately to interact each with other. They considered some devices for provision with patency of airways (Guedel’s artificial airway, laryngeal mask airway, usual and of I-Gel type, laryngeal tube) and ways for their application. The event was practice-oriented and enabled working in team and assessing the team work.
Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care