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Top Medic First Aid course training providers in Kannur

List of 2+ best Medic First Aid course training centers located near to you in Kannur with course curriculum, training fees, Placement, contact phone numbers and students reviews as on November 23, 2020

 

 

training institutes SMEClabs Kannur
Kannur - Kannur City
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Located at Kannur City-683101
 
training institutes ARABEURO Safety Engineering and Technology So
Kannur - Kannur City
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Arabeuro brings those Highly Reputed,Career oriented courses an affordable cost.After the completion of our course the students can get a knowledge level equivalent to that of a 5 year experienced. Located at Near SN Park Kannur Kannur City Kannur-670001
 
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Medic First Aid course Content / syllabus in kannur

Below is the Medic First Aid course content in kannur used by the training institutes as part of the Medic First Aid course training. The Medic First Aid course syllabus covers basic to advanced level course contents which is used by most of Medic First Aid training classes in kannur .

 

Knowledge, Understanding and Proficiency
1.Immediate action
a. Required performance:
b. Revises, as necessary, important aspects of the Elementary First aid training course

2.First Aid Kit
3.Describes and lists the contents of the first aid kit required by national regulations
a.Lists location of first aid kits
b.Describes contents of lifeboat kit
c.Demonstrates use of the first aid box in appropriate medical situations

4.Body structure and functions
uses a chart, dummy, human body or other suitable medium, such as audio- visual aids, to describe and explain the structure of the human body and functions of the important parts and systems; in particular

4.1 For the skeletal system
a. Lists the major parts of the skeleton
b. Describes the different kinds of bones
c. Explains the function of the skeleton

4.2 For the muscular system
a. Lists the major muscles of the human body
b. Explains their operation and function

4.3 For the cardiovascular system
a. States the location of the heart
b. Describes the distribution of arteries and veins
c. Describes the physiological function of blood
d. Describes the heart as a pump
e. Explains how the blood circulatory system operates
States the location of the arterial pressure points and explains how they can be effectively used in an emergency involving bleeding

4.4 For respiratory system
a. States the location of the lungs
b. Explains the function of the lungs in terms of gas exchange
c. States the importance of respiratory rate
d. Explains the importance of the composition of inspired/expired air

4.5 For the digestive system and abdomen
a. Describes in simple terms the digestive system and its operation
b. List the abdominal organs and describes their function

5.Toxicological hazards aboard ship
1.States that there are important regulations to be observed for the transport of dangerous cargo aboard ship as required by the IMO/IMDG Code
2.Applies first aid measures in accordance with Medical First Aid Guide for use in Accidents Involving dangerous goods (MFAG) or its national equivalent
3.TWA/TLV levels

5.1 Uses, in particular, the appropriate First Aid Guide for
a. Identifying the symptoms and clinical aspects of poisoning
b. Applying first aid in cases of poisoning by ingestion, inhalation, or skin contact/eye injuries
c. Applying therapy in cases of acid and caustic burns

5.2 Use of oxygen resuscitator
a. Parts of the resuscitator
b. Operation of resuscitator
c. Changing cylinders
d. CPR with resuscitator
e. After use care and servicing

6.Examination of patient
6.1 Makes detailed observations of a casualty, based on medical precepts

6.2 Forms a diagnosis from a large variety of individual facts based on
a. Information derived from medical history
b. General appearance
c. Answers to specific questions
d. Physical examination

7.Spinal injuries
a. Recognises the symptoms of spinal injury
b. Bladder control in spinal injuries
c. Identifies the complications which may be caused by unconsciousness

7.1 Applies appropriate first aid measures, including
a. Control of sensitivity in the extremities appearance
b. Appropriate rescue, transport, and treatment for cases of suspected fracture of the spine

7.2 Head injuries: Levels of consciousness/unconsciousness

8.Burns, scalds and effects of heat and cold
8.1 Recognises the signs of:
a. Burns
b. Scalds
c. Heatstroke
d. Hypothermia
e. Frostbite
f. Applies appropriate first aid measures, including the definition, complications and therapy of the general condition of burns
g. Distinguishes between burns and scalds
h. Describes differences between first degree, second degree & third degree burns
i. Applies the correct first aid procedures for burns and scalds
j. States the importance of sterile dressings
k. Describes the effects of heat and states the importance of positioning the patient in the shade, providing the increased fluid requirement and careful cooling of the body.
l. Distinguishes between hypothermia and frostbite and applies the correct first aid procedures, including rewarming and attention to possible tissue damage

9.Fractures, dislocation and muscular injuries
a.Applies practical first aid procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of fractures, dislocations and muscular injuries
b.Describes types of fracture as:
c.Open (or compound)
d. Closed (or simple)
e. Complicated
f. Describes the treatment for injured parts and explains the importance of immobilization of the injured part
g. States the importance of immobilization of the injured part.
h. Describes the special requirements for the treatment of pelvic and spinal injuries and demonstrates the correct procedure for transporting the casualty.
i. Describes the symptoms and therapy of sprains, strains and dislocations
j. Demonstrates the correct procedures to be used in cases of fractures, dislocations and muscular injuries
k. States the necessary precautions while issuing pneumatic splints.

10.Medical care of rescued persons, including distress,
10.1 hypothermia and cold exposure
a. Applies basic skill in the care of rescued persons
b. Recognises the special problems in cases of:
c. Hypothermia, applying the correct treatment and taking precautions against heat loss and taking into account the effects of wind and humidity.

d. Congelation, applying the correct treatment for cold injury, immersion foot etc.
e. Seasickness, describing the cause and applying the correct therapy.
f. Sunburn, describing the cause and applying the correct therapy and prophylaxis dehydration and nutrition in rescue situations, describing frequent errors and hazards
Rewarming.

11.Radio medical advice
a.states that radio medical advice is available using GMDSS Bmed 1
b.describes the methods used to obtain radio medical advice
c.interprets advice obtained from external sources
d.helicopter evacuation.

12.Pharmacology
a.Drug list on board:
b.Usage
c.Dosages
d.Injections sc/im
e.Test dose for penicillin

13.Sterilization
a.Demonstrates disinfection of surgical instruments

14.Cardiac arrest, drowning and asphyxia
a.States the cause of and applies the appropriate treatment
b.Cardiac arrest
c.Asphyxia
d.Drowning
e.Explains how mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is applied and states under what conditions it cannot be used
f.Explains how cardiac massage is applied and states the limiting factors related to the use of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) practice on a dummy
g.Demonstrates the correct procedures for mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and cardiac massage using a practice dummy

15.Psychological/Psychiatric Problems
a.Explains the situational disturbances may be influenced by:
b.Psychological characteristics of seafarers
c.Psychological consequences of separation
d.States that these may be contributory factors for psychological malfunctioning


 

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