Emergency Pediatrics: Basic knowledge of Medication ( 1 volume ) Japanese Version
Emergency Pediatrics: Basic knowledge of Medication
■ Original plan supervised by Hideharu Tanaka (professor, Sports and Medical Science, Kokushikan University)
■ Cooperated by Yasuharu Yasuda (instructor, Shimane Fire Defense Academy)

This program details in an easy-to-understand manner to explain medical knowledge necessary for emergency responders providing medication through plenty of animations. Contents index are organized with the accordance with the textbook so that it could be a most suitable aid for individual study and review. This is one of the musts for emergency responders to prepare for medication lectures.

Emergency Pediatrics: Basic knowledge of Medication

In April 2006, a medical medication broadens its possibility for first/emergency responders to provide medication. Though medical agents are limited only to epinephrine at first, they have another possibility to broaden its boarder to various kinds of medical agents. Therefore, proper and genuine knowledge must be required to obtain. First/emergency responders need to learn pharmacology and pharmacokinetics to provide medical medication while they have not ever learnt such subjects. These subjects might be pretty difficult, however, enough and profound understanding is needed.Here is our important message from the experiences of 20 years’ education in Emergency Medical Service (EMS). We hope that Emergency Pediatrics: Basic knowledge of Medication will lead you to a better understanding of what you couldn’t have sufficient understanding of.
Hideharu Tanaka, PhD

■ Topics Covered ■ Total Time 115 min.
I . Structures and Functions of Human Body
A . Structures and Functions of Circulatory System
B . Control of Circulation
C . Humor/Electrolyte/ Acid-base Balance
II . Clinical condition of Pre- and Post- CPA
A . Clinical condition leading to CPA
B . Clinical condition after Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
III . CPA Clinical Condition as Indication of Medication
A . Ventricular Fibrillation (VF)/ Pulseless VT
B . Pulseless Electrical Activity (PEA)/ Asystole
IV . Basics for Medication
A . Effects of drugs
B . Absorption/ Metabolism/ Elimination of Agent
C . Administration Route and Route of Agent
D . Untoward Action of Agent
E . Principles of Medication
F . Pharmaceutical Affairs Law and Agent
G . Infusion products
H . Medication for Autonomic Nerve System
I . Common Agent for CPA

Copyright, Institute of A-V Medical Education INC. All Rights Reserved.
Institute of A-V Medical Education, INC.