Management of Critical Care Patients (1 hr Lecture)

  • College of Pharmacy |


This course aims to provide the student with the knowledge in pathophysiology, clinical interpretation, pharmacotherapy and management of critical care illness including medical and surgical crises, trauma patients, supportive care, ICU infections, burns, neuro-critical care, cardiovascular critical care, sepsis, septic shock, pain and analgesia, bleeding disorders and anticoagulation, nutritional support and therapy, hemodynamic monitoring, and fluid and electrolyte disorders.


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  • a. Knowledge and Understanding a.1. Describe the epidemiology, etiology, pathophysiology, laboratory diagnosis & clinical features of the above-mentioned disorders. a.2. Recognize the appropriate resources of information to guide therapy of the above-mentioned disorders. a.3. Define the goals of therapy for the above-mentioned disorders. a.4. Identify potential drug therapy related problems. . b. Intellectual Skills b.1. Interpret and analyze data pertinent to laboratory results and medical history b.2. Calculate and adjust dosage and dose regimen of medications b.3. Prioritize the goals of therapy b.4. Review monitoring parameters outlined in the patient care plan c. Professional and Practical Skills c.1. Select the appropriate drug therapy c.2. Design a tailored care plan c.3. Provide education to support the patient in successfully implementing the care plan c.4. Undertake the appropriate intervention based on the patient progress d. General and Transferable Skills d.1. Consider ethical, cultural, legal, economic, quality of life and safety issues when making a therapeutic choice d.2. Communicate effectively with members of the healthcare team and patients d.3. Develop time management skills necessary to prioritize patient care d.4. Improve critical thinking and decision-making abilities in pharmacy practice


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