01473 744 449 | info@mimastraining.com

Medicine In Remote Areas – (MIRA)

Medicine In Remote Areas – (MIRA)

0 STUDENTS ENROLLED
    TAKE THIS COURSE

    MEDICINE IN REMOTE AREAS (MIRA)

    The MIRA course has been designed to provide personnel who already have experience in Pre-Hospital Care, the added skills and knowledge to be able to deal with casualties in remote and challenging environments. The course focuses on stabilisation of the casualty, through to the skills required for prolonged field care until the arrival of the emergency services.

    The MIRA course is ideal for medical professionals who work in or want to work within remotes areas as a tier 1 remote medic.

    THE CONTENT FOR THIS COURSE IS COMPREHENSIVE AND COVERS THE FOLLOWING
    • Clinical scope of practice
    • Preparations and role of medical officer
    • Triage and crisis management
    • Patient assessment and diagnosis
    • Airway management (i-gel, LMA, and surgical airway)
    • Chest decompression
    • Chest and abdominal trauma
    • Shock, hemorrhage control (tourniquets, celox) and fluids with lethal triad
    • Fracture management and various splints (KTD, SAM splints & collar)
    • Skin issues and closure techniques
    • Minor injuries
    • Medical emergencies overview
    • Minor limb and back issues
    • Extremes of weathers
    • Altitude and mountain medicine awareness
    • Drugs and pharmacology issues
    • Prolonged patient care
    • RTC extrication (KED & spine board
    • Chemicals
    • Bites & stings (snake bites, scorpion, spiders)
    STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUCCESSFULLY PASS THE FOLLOWING ASSESSMENTS
    • Clinical scope of practice
    • Preparations and role of medical officer
    DURATION

    TBC

    LOCATION

    TBC


    CERTIFICATION

    TBC

    Dates Available: Monday 5th – Friday 9th October 2020

    For groups trained on your premises with up to 12 people

    Cost: tbc

    Including Certification

    Course Curriculum

    No curriculum found !
    © Mimas Training   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms & Conditions
    X

    By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

    The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

    Close