Anesthesiology, intensive and urgent medicine require, in addition to theoretical knowledge, practical skills. Both need to be combined in a critical situation with limited time and without omission of important steps. To facilitate learning and being able to solve these situations, many commonly accepted algorithms/guidelines exist for a number of various conditions (eg. trauma, cardiac arrest, etc.).

Managing a life-threatening condition is primarily a matter of quickly identifying failure of vital functions, detecting and eliminating their causes, and ultimately their support or substitution. The following texts are intended primarily for students of medical specialties and provide a brief overview of the basic skills and algorithms of urgent care. These skills are also taught in our simulation centre.



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