Training for the existence of a new generation of more technological physicians and able to assist in the design of cognitive assistants is one of the challenges of medicine today.
Given that optimal prehospital care for the severely traumatic patient compromises the success of interventions in the later stages of the hospital, we want to take over the entire care process for patients with severe trauma within the first 48 hours of loss of health. This will be the axis on which the training of students during this course is based.
The use of ultrasound by the Nephrologist in the Hemodialysis Unit can become a very useful tool. Working in coordination with Radiologists and Vascular Surgeons can result in a decrease in morbidity. The aim of the course is to ensure that the nephrologist is able, with the use of ultrasound, to recognize the pathology of the FAV, guide in the complex puncture and perform flow monitoring; and to recognize the cervical and femoral vascular anatomy for the placement of central pathways and to be able to perform their eco-directed approach.
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