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Topic Tree of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine Danger to life (Concepts: Life Threatening) Danger to health (Concepts: Organ Threatening)

Basic Life Support (for Layrescuer & Health Care Provider) A. B. C. Adult & Pediatric Epidemiology and recognition of cardiac arrest Airway and ventilation 1. Opening the airway 2. Devices for airway positioning 3. Foreign-body airway obstruction 4. Mouth-to-mouth/nose/ tracheal stoma ventilation 5. Tidal volumes and ventilation rates Chest compression 1. Technique 2. Alternative compression techniques Compression ventilation sequence (ratio) Postresuscitation positioning (recovery) Special circumstances 1. Cervical spine injury (Positioning the victim, spine stabilization) 2. Face-down victim 3. CPR for drowning victim in water Emergency medical services (EMS) system Risks to the victim and rescuer.

Advance Life Support (for Health Care Provider) A. Trauma : Cardiac Arrest Associated with Trauma (Large Open Pneumothorax, Trorachobronkhial Injury, Thoracoabdominal Injury, Injury Vital Structure, Extreme blood loss) B. Head & Neck Trauma C. Hypothermia (Include First Aid: Cold Emergencies Management) D. Drowning (Include First Aid: Cold Emergencies Management) E. Electric Shock & Lightning Strikes F. Cardiovascular system (pulseless arrest, symptomatic tachi&bradi, include electrical therapies: defibrillation etc.) G. Respiratory system Near Fatal Asthma (Include First Aid for Asthma) H. Toxicology Drug induced respiratory arrest: opiate poisoning, etc Drug induced cardiovascular emergencies I. Pharmocology Emergencies J. Environmental Emergencies : Snakebite (First Aid: Snakebite Management) K. Obstetric (Cardiac Arrest Associated with Pregnancy, Eclampsia) L. Electrolit Abnormalities (K, Na, Mg, Ca) M. Anaphilaxis N. Skin emergencies (Steven Johnson Syndrome, Toxic Epidermolisys Necroticans) O. Anaphilaxis shock A. Trauma : Injury Emergencies: Burn (Thermal burns, Burn blisters, Electrical Burn), Wounds and Abrasions, Musculoskeletal Trauma (Sprains, Strains, Contusions, Dislocation and Fractures), Compartment Syndrom, Principal of Amputation. B. Include First Aid for injury Emergencies: Control external bleeding, etc. C. Frosbite (Include First Aid: Cold Emergencies Management) D. Toxicology Ingested Poison E. Chemical Burns F. Seizures (Include First Aid : General Principal Management) G. Ear, Nose and Throat (Trauma, Epistaxis etc.) H. Eye (Trauma, Acut Glaucoma, Ablatio Retina) I. Abdomen (Trauma, Acute abdomen) J. Urogenital (Trauma of pelvic)


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