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IAFCCP Cadaver Lab (Free with AMTC Conf. Registration)
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IAFCCP Cadaver Lab (Free with AMTC Conf. Registration)

During this two-hour cadaver lab session held in conjunction with the AMTC, participants will have the opportunity to practice a variety of critical care skills required during high acuity patient transports.

10/23/2018
When: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
10:00am - Noon
Where: Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix, Arizona 
United States
Contact: Monica Newman
770-979-6372


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Qualified instructors will guide participants as they rotate through the skills stations. During the course of the lab, participants will have the opportunity to practice a variety of critical care skills utilized in high acuity patient transports.

ATTENDEE REQUIREMENTS - 

Only persons who have registered for an AMTC Full Conference Registration are eligible to attend this lab.

Lab participants must pre-register on this site to attend. Onsite registration will not be available.  
A $20 fee covers your round-trip transportation to and from the convention center to the lab.  Driving to the lab is not permitted.  

**Transportation fee is non-refundable.**


AMTC information and registration is available at www.AAMS.org.

Lab Objectives:

  • To educate the critical care provider on the importance and value of cadaver
    lab training.
  • To focus on high risk, low volume procedures and how they affect the human
    body.
  • To provide an in-depth focus on multiple body systems.
  • Provide a learning experience that will enhance the skills and abilities of
    clinicians in the transport environment.
 

Skills Demonstrated During Lab:

  • Gross Anatomy Dissection Lab
  • Airway Management to include Bag valve management, oral intubation, video
    laryngoscopy, needle and surgical cricothyrotomy, bougie and non-tracheal airways.
  • Ventilator Management
  • Chest Tube Insertion and Needle Decompression
  • Intraosseous Placement
  • Escharotomy
  • Ultrasound Guided Access
  • Pericardiocentesis
  • Wound Management skills

 

Support and Partnerships

This valuable learning experience is offered at no cost to members of the IAFCCP
thanks to the generous support from Air Methods.