24hrs Emergency & ICU Services Provider in India | CIPACA

 

CIPACA

Institute

4th

Batch

Hands on Training

Training Method

12 Month

Course Duration

30th June, 2022

COMMENCEMENT DATE

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Institute Profile

CIPACA (Chennai Interventional Pulmonology and Critical Care Associates) is a team of doctors, nurses, medical, paramedical and business development professionals specialized in establishing tertiary level Multidisciplinary Critical care units, specially designed to cater semi-urban and rural areas.

In India 70 percent of population resides in rural areas & suburbs, whereas more than 70 percent of the specialist doctors are located in metropolitan cities. In our country approximately 80% of the tertiary care level ICU beds are available only in metropolitan cities.

CIPACA strives to bridge this gap by making the best Critical Care available to the patients across hospitals of different levels by setting up, maintaining and managing ICUs with International standards. For rural areas, CIPACA provides Remote monitoring & Tele ICU services.



Mission

To make the best Critical Care available to every patient in the hospitals of ural and Suburb regions.

Objectives

To collaborate with hospitals of different levels and provide customized solutions for setting up and management of Emergency and ICU services.

To deliver the best critical care and to avert every preventable complication while managing ICU patients.

To create Multi-Disciplinary ICU teams providing 24X7 services effectively handling complex problems like Sepsis, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebral Hemorrhage, Myocardial Infraction, Heart Failure, Severe Pneumonia, Acute Respiratory Failure, Acute Pancreatic, Liver Failure, Renal Failure etc.

We Promise to Protect Your Right

Accessibility to life-saving critical care is every citizen’s right and it should be provided equally to every sick patient whether in a city or a town or a village.

At CIPACA, we believe that each critically ill patient must receive an individualized care from a specialized ICU team, even in a village.

That is why, every ICU-designed, managed or remotely moni- tored by CIPACA will offer the best chance for recovery of every critically ill patient.


Training


Clinical work, Hands on training, Bedside Teaching, Theory classes, Weekly conferences, journal club, chapter reviews and morbidity and mortality meetings

  • ACLS & ATLS
  • Attending regional & national conferences

Resuscitation of the critically ill Fundamentals of critical care management
To gain experience in the recognition, triage and management of a wide variety of acute illnesses and performance of invasive procedures

  • Handling emergencies & critically ill patients
  • Educating paramedical professionals
  • Handling the ICU equipment
  • Orientation to principles of ethical critical care

  • Handling emergencies & critically ill patients
  • Educating paramedical professionals
  • Handling the ICU equipment
  • Orientation to principles of ethical critical care

Roles and responsibilities that can be taken up by the candidate after the successful completion of the course:
To be an effective team player in a tertiary care level ICU team

  • Airway, breathing and circulation during CPR, BLS,ACLS & ATLS
  • Pathophysiology and Management of shock
  • Acid base Disorders and Electrolyte Management
  • Blood transfusion and fluid therapy
  • ECG and diagnosing arrhythmias
  • Vitals &Hemodynamic monitoring
  • Basics of Echocardiography and Ultrasound

Roles and responsibilities that can be taken up by the candidate after the successful completion of the course:
To be an effective team player in a tertiary care level ICU team

Fundamentals of ICU Management


  • Sedation and Analgesia in ICU
  • Nutrition and Ulcer prophylaxis
  • Coagulation and DVT prophylaxis
  • Glycemic control
  • Severity assessment & Prognostication

  • Oxygen therapy & Mechanical Ventilation
  • Acute Lung Injury and Acute respiratory distress syndrome
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases & Asthma
  • Pneumonia - community acquired & nosocomial
  • Pulmonary embolism

  • Acute Myocardial infarction
  • Acute heart failure
  • Pericardial diseases

  • Acute gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Severe acute pancreatitis
  • Acute Hepatic failure
  • Chronic decompensated liver disease with complications
  • Peritonitis and intra-abdominal infections

  • Blood Transfusion
  • Anaemia and bleeding disorders
  • Haematological malignancies
  • Oncologic emergencies

  • Obstetric emergencies in ICU

  • Management of stroke and cerebrovascular complications
  • Seizures in critically ill
  • Neuromuscular disorders in ICU
  • Psychiatric issues in ICU

  • Acute renal failure
  • Chronic renal failure with other complications
  • Electrolyte & Acid base problems
  • Renal replacement therapy

  • Management of diabetes in critically ill patients
  • Diabetic emergencies

  • Surgical problems in Intensive care
  • Management of post-operative patient
  • Acute abdomen
  • Pressure sore prevention, Necrotizing fasciitis and soft tissue infections

  • Critical Care of a Trauma Patient
  • Traumatic brain and spine injury
  • Thoracic trauma
  • Abdominal and pelvic injury
  • Disaster management
  • Transport of a Polytrauma patient

  • Burns and hypothermia
  • Near drowning
  • Management of acute poisoning

  • Approach to fever in ICU
  • Severe community acquired infections
  • Hospital Acquired infections
  • Prevention and control of Nosocomial Infections in ICU

  • X rays
  • CT & MRI
  • Bedside USG and ECHO in ICU

Bag mask ventilation, LMA and multilumenesophageal airway insertion, Oropharangeal and nasopharyngeal airway, cricothyroidotomy, Percutaneous tracheostomy, Endo tracheal intubation and advanced airway management, Decompression of pneumothorax, Thoracentesis, Intercostal drainage tube placement, Bronchoscopy, Peripheral IV access, Arterial puncture, ABG sampling, Central Vascular access, CVP monitoring, Invasive hemodynamic monitoring, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Basics of ECG, Rhythm recognition, Defibrillation and cardio version, NG tube insertion, Urinary Catheter insertion, Lumbar puncture, Inline immobilization, Application of cervical collar, Nasojejunal tube placement, Abdominal paracentesis, Suprapubic catheterization, Hemodialysis, CRRT, ultrasonography & Echocardiography.

  • Pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, complications and drug interactions of the commonly used ICU drugs

  • End of life care
  • Palliative care
  • Brain death
  • Organ donation

  • Position,splinting, haemostasis, hemodynamic monitoring, oxygenation, ventilation

Examination Pattern


Evaluation

Students will be evaluated throughout their postings on

  • Their ability to care for the critically ill – clinical knowledge, procedural skills, decision making, team spirit, resuscitation skills.
  • Their interaction with patients & attendants
  • Their interaction with residents, other staff members
  • Teaching skills
  • Ethical aspects in critical care

Assessment:After 1yr

Theory: 300 marks Practicals: 125 marks Viva: 50 marks

Log book: 25 marks

Pass: 50% 1st Class: 75% Distinction: 90%

Paper1: 150 marks – 150 Objective type MCQs – 120 min- Basic resuscitation:

Paper2: 150 marks – 150 Objective type MCQs – 120 min- Fundamentals of critical care

Practical: 200 marks

1 Long case: 75 marks – 1 major system

2 short cases: 25 marks each- total 50 marks

25 marks each - Total 50 marks

5 Stations - each 10 marks

  • Specimens,
  • Acid base interpretation,
  • ECG &Radiology
  • Communication skills
  • End of life care

Log book: 25 marks

Note: Application form is enclosed



Course Coordinators & Faculties


Course Coordinators






Dr Raja Amarnath

MBBS MD DM FRCP (Edin) FCCP EDIC (UK)
Pulmonology and Critical Care
Managing Director, CIPACA, Chennai
Professor & Head- Pulmonary Medicine
Director -Critical Care Services
Sree Balaji medical college and Hospitals, Chennai
Senior Consultant, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai





Dr Ghanshyam Verma

DNB DTCD EDIC (UK)
Pulmonology & Critical Care
Research Assistant Director, CIPACA, Chennai
Assistant Professor, SBMCH, Chennai
Consultant, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai

International Faculties






Dr Subbarao Elapavaluru

MD
Cardiothoracic Critical Care
Associate Medical Director CTICU
Medical Director AGH ECMO Program
Associate Professor, Temple University Medical School
Allegheny General Hospital
Pittsburgh, US.





Dr Natwar Lal Sharma

MBBS MD DNB MRCPCH FPCC
Paediatrics & Critical Care
Consultant Paediatrics
Paediatric Intensivist
Al Seef Hospital, Kuwait.





Dr Narendran Ulaganathan

MBBS FRCA (UK) FFARCSI
Anesthesiology
Consultant Anesthesiologist
King Faisal Specialist Hospital And Research Centre
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.





Dr Mubarak Ali

MBBS MD IDCCM
Anesthesiology & Critical Care
Ahmadi Hospital (Kuwait Oil Company)
Kuwait.





Dr Radha Ramana Murthy Gokula

MBBS MD CMDDip ABLM
Adjunct Clinical Instructor
Department of Family Medicine
University of Michigan
Adjunct Community Faculty
East Lansing, MI
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Concierge Connected Care(own clinic)
STAYHOME, IWILL, P.C.
Hospitalist
St. Luke’s Hospital
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Toledo Department of Family Medicine





Dr Mohammed Azizur Rehman

MBBS MD FACCP MRCPS MNCCP FWAMS
Pulmonary Medicine & Internal Medicine,
Professor, Under Faculty of Medicine,
Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.





Dr Devendra Kumar Verma

MBBS FICM PGDHHM PGCIH CCEBDM
Internal Medicine & Critical Care
Al Qassimi Government PG Teaching Hospital
Sharjah


National Faculties






Dr Raja Marimuthu

MBBS D.Ortho MRCS (UK) FRCS (UK) MCH Ortho
Orthopaedics & Trauma
Director
Delta Healthcare UK Ltd
NHS
Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital
Chennai, India





Dr Srinivas Jakkinaboina


MBBS MD DM (Critical Care) EDIC
Senior Consultant and Head - Department of Critical Care Medicine Citizens Specialty Hospitals Hyderabad.





Dr Arun Raj S. L

MBBS MEM FICM MRCEM (A-UK)
Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
HOD in Emergency and Critical Care Department
Dr K M Cherian Institute of Medical Sciences
Kallissery, Kerala





Dr Prabakaran P

MBBS MD Anesthesiology
Registrar at KMCH
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu





Dr Anish K Davis

MBBS MEM FICM
Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
Intensivist
Madha Medical College
Kundrathur, Chennai





Dr B.R.Kaladhar Reddy

MBBS MD Anesthesia IDCCM EDIC (UK)
HOD & Chief Consultant Critical Care
KIMS Hospital, Nellore
Andra Pradesh





Dr Manmohan P. Borse

MBBS, DNB, IDCCM, EDIC
Critical Care Medicine
Consultant Intensivist & Incharge
AHRC Hospitals, Ranchi, Jharkhand.





Dr Chitra B Pillai

MBBS MEM MRCEM
Emergency Medicine
Clinical Cluster Coordinator
Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre
Vellore, Tamil Nadu





Dr Manish Manchi Reddy


MBBS MD IDCCM FIID
Anesthesiology
Clinical Cluster Coordinator
Unit Incharge
Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre
Vellore





Dr Joshua Brown

MBBS FICCM Pgcert Clinical Neuro (UK)
Critical Care Medicine
Consultant & Clinical Cluster Coordinator
Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre
Vellore





Dr Chevi Reddy Sindhuja Reddy

Doctor of Pharmacy
Cheif Operating Officer
Dhaarvi Health Care Pvt Ltd
Hyderabad.

CIPACA strives to provide the best emergency care and ICU services to patients across hospitals of different types. We set up, maintain and manage ICUs in compliance with international standards.

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823 823 823 3
Address
Plot No 94, AGS Nagar,
Zamin Pallavaram,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
India - 600 117

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