OBJECTIVES

The purpose of online training course is to offer an overview of the possible rapid evacuation maneuvers of patients who are totally or partially NOT SELF-SUFFICIENT in situations of extreme emergency, or when there are no conditions to be able to calmly remove them from the risk area to the safe area.

RECIPIENTS

Doctors, health professionals, in the public and private sectors.

DURATION

1 HOUR

CONTENTS

MODULE 1 - General principles and problems in the evacuation phase of a sanitary area

  • Basic concepts
    • Emergency
    • Objectives of the emergency plan
    • Obligations of the employer
    • Obligations of workers
    • Normative References
  • First aid
  • Emergency team
  • Patients who are not self-sufficient
  • Motor type disability
  • Sensory (auditory, visual) disability
  • Cognitive disability
  • Rapid evacuation aids
  • Vertical evacuation of patients

 

MODULE 2 - Auxiliary tools for the evacuation of non self-sufficient patients

  • Scoop stretcher
  • Rapid evacuation chairs
  • Subjects involved in emergency management
  • The fire compartments
  • The compartments of the stairs

 

MODULE 3 - Manual techniques for rapid evacuation of patients

  • Simple accompaniment technique
  • Transport on the back starting from the bed
  • Seat socket
  • Taking of Rautek
  • Paddle socket
  • dragging
  • Use of bed sheet
  • Safe patient handling
  • Objectives of the movement
  • Motor potential evaluation
  • The environment
  • The unexpected

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

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Minimum video resolution

The courses are optimized for a 1024 × 768 display on PCs and tablets of at least 7 inches.

Speakers or headphones 

DATA TRACKING METHOD: SCORM 1.2

DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY:

HTML5

PRODUCED BY:

PIAZZA COPERNICO

Content edited by:

IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital

COURSE CODE:

0024_20_03_C_PCO