Lessons topic

Due to the introduction of a military state since 25.02.2022, all classes are in a remote format. To connect to a videoconference, select the links according to your dozen numbers.


Due to frequent air alarm signals, online classes are carried out in the following format:

Lectures. On lecture days, students must visit the methodological materials page, pass by link according to the lecture theme and view it either in the printed form (in PDF format), or in the lecture record (in MP4 format) at a convenient time.

Practical lessons. 1) Students must visit the methodological materials page and view educational videos on the topic of the lesson. 2) At the time specified on this page below, connect to a videoconference with a teacher for consultation on issues that arose when studying the topic. 3) Perform control tests in the Moodle system.


Any questions about distance learning problems or missing classes send to dsma.anest.distance@gmail.com

Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine (AICM)

Topics of lectures:

  1. Basic knowledge about anesthesiology.

  2. Cardio-pulmonary and cerebral resuscitation.

  3. Acute respiratory failure.

  4. Shocks.

  5. Consciousness disorders.

Topics of practical lessons:

  1. Advanced cardiac life support - ACLS (second stage of CPR).

  2. Acute respiratory failure. General issues of intensive care.

  3. Acute coronary failure. Shocks. General issues of intensive care.

  4. Acute cardiac syndrome. Acute cardiac rhythm impairment. Pulmonary embolism. Sepsis.

  5. Acute renal and liver failure.

  6. Acute neurological impairment. Comatose conditions. Diabetic comas.

  7. Poisoning and methods of detoxification.

  8. Prevention and intensive care postoperative complications.

Urgent and Emergency Medical Care (UEMC)

Topics of lectures:

  1. Emergency and Disaster Medical Service

  2. Prehospital Emergency Medical Care

Topics of practical lessons:

  1. Organization of emergency and urgent care at the prehospital stage. Primary and secondary examination of the victim.

  2. Emergency and emergency medical care in the event of a large number of victims. Triage.

  3. Emergency medical care for some critical conditions in the prehospital stage.

  4. Organization of transportation of the patient at the prehospital stage and between hospitals.

  5. Multiple trauma. Severe Head Injury. Acute ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. Overcooling. Convulsive syndrome.