Advanced Cardiac Life Support program has been developed by the American Heart Association (AHA) to enhance the skills of the attending doctors in emergencies, treating the victims of cardiac arrest or other cardiopulmonary diseases. It helps to recognize ventricular fibrillation and other life threatening arrhythmias so as to enable to plan adequate treatment strategies.Read More
ATLS ® is a program especially developed and designed by American College of Surgeons to train and prepare the doctors to comprehensively treat and administer healthcare to the Trauma victims at the hospitals. Its goal is to teach a simplified and standardized approach to trauma patients. ATLS was designed for emergency situations where only one doctor and one nurse are present, but nowadays, ATLS is also widely accepted as the standard of care for the first (golden) hour in trauma centers.Read More
Main objective of this course is to discuss methods of managing pregnancy and birth urgencies and emergencies, this may help standardize the skills of practicing maternity care providers.
To demonstrate content and skill acquisition as demonstrated by successful completion of the course written examination and megadelivery testing station..Read More
FLS establishes a standard set of didactic information and manual skills serving as a basic curriculum to guide surgical residents, fellows and practicing surgeons in the performance of basic laparoscopic surgery. By mastering the curriculum and gathering of skills in this inanimate modality, it is expected that surgical residents and surgeons will initiate and carry out their performance of laparoscopy more effectively, with greater skill, greater safety, and with lower complication rates than previously. The specific aim of FLS is that the knowledge and skills gained by those who master the FLS curriculum will improve the quality and safety of surgical care delivered to their patients.Read More