2. How To Save A Life - Advanced

How to feel more prepared in case of an emergency
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (130 ratings)
4,120 students
2. How To Save A Life - Advanced
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (130 ratings)
4,120 students
AMPLE - Obtain a proper medical history
Drowning - Techniques & Safety Tips
Drug concepts
What to do when EMS arrives
Snake and Spider bites
Advanced life saving instrumentation
Frostbite and heat stroke
Bone Dislocation Strategies
Pharmaceutical tips
Emergency strategies on how to stop a bleed with or without supplies

Requirements

  • How To Save A Life - The Basics

Description

In order to be prepared, one must seek preparation.

Burns, bleeds, accidents, concussions, etc. They happen. Knowing what to do around a victim or loved one may be the difference between permanent injury and the lack thereof.

Doing something is always better than doing nothing. Panicking will make things worse.

Having watched this course will allow you to feel more comfortable about several phobias you may have. What if I get bit by a snake? What secrets are there to stop a bleed? It very may well be the best investment you make to someone that may need it.

The course was designed to be a building block for furthering your knowledge. For example, it will make it easy to understand how to deal with someone that has been knocked out; however it is not for the emergency physician or neurologist that will be conducting the neural exam. It will make sense of why we need to oxygenate a patient, not the exact rules and numbers that you are encouraged to learn in other courses.


Who this course is for:

  • Who wants to better respond to a medical emergency

Course content

8 sections • 9 lectures • 52m total length
  • Introduction
    01:13
  • Disclosure
    00:20

Instructor

Physician & Educator at MD Regeneration
Mosab Deen
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 132 Reviews
  • 4,128 Students
  • 2 Courses

Avid student of various health sciences and their clinical applications; I too have made a goal to seek and share knowledge in areas that may be applicable to others.

Licensed U.S. physician with advanced experience in airway management and cardiac motility inside and outside of operating rooms. My aim is to provide medical and clinical scenarios simpler to the general public.

Accidents happen; what's next is paramount.

Dr. Mosab R.M.Deen

Associations:
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support
American Association of Aesthetic Medicine
American College of Physicians
American Laser Institute
American Medical Spa Association
American Telemedicine Association
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Americans for Safe Access
Basic Life Support
Clinical Instructor; Michigan State University Department of Osteopathic Surgical Specialities
Doctorpreneurs Club
Fundamental Critical Care Support
Golden Key International Honors Society
International Society of Laureate Scholars
Physician Basic Science and Laser Safety