Overview: Shifa International Hospitals Ltd. in collaboration with Shifa Foundation has organized “Masterclass in Pediatric ICU” to update the knowledge about current practices
Shifa International Hospitals Ltd. in collaboration with Shifa Foundation has organized “Masterclass in Pediatric ICU” to update the knowledge about current practices in PICU.
This activity is designed to update clinical knowledge that will help you to improve your daily practice, enhance patient confidence and improve patient safety.
- Approach to child with respiratory failure
- Diabetic ketoacidosis
- Shock physiology
- Rationale for use of Inotropes in PICU.
- Status asthmatics
- Status epilepticus
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Approach a child with respiratory failure.
- Manage a child with Diabetic Ketoacidosis
- Understand shock physiology and relate it clinically
- Manage pediatric patient of status asthmatics
- Manage pediatric patient of status epilepticus
Dr Ata Ullah Khan, Consultant Pediatric ICU, Shifa International Hospitals Ltd.
- Sahira Abrar, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, National Medical Center, Karachi, Pakistan.
- Abid Rafiq Chaudhry MD, Consultant Pediatric ICU, Fatima Memorial Hospital college of Medicine and Dentistry, Lahore
- Shahzad B Waheed, Associate Professor, University of Missouri
Who Should Attend?
- General Practitioner
- Postgraduate Trainees
- Medical Officer
- Medical Student
- Healthcare Professional
Date of activity:
March 02, 2021
Time & Duration:
02:00 pm – 06:00 pm (04 Hours)
04 Hours (04 Hours)
The assessment in this activity is divided into the following components:
- End of Session Assessment – Online
- Reflection on improvement – assessment after 02 months
Mode of Teaching:
The activity is highly participatory, offered through interactive plenaries, individual presentations, group case-based learning and presentations via webinar.
The Faculty/Speaker, CME Planning Committee, Reviewer, Moderator and any individual connected to this activity confirms that they do not have any relevant financial relationships with any commercial interests to disclose.
CME Program Office:
051 – 846 – 3957 / 4357
(Tuesday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm