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EMCON SLEMCON DAY 1 (12th March 2021)

22nd National Conference of the Society for Emergency Medicine India (EMCON 2020)

4th National Conference of the Sri Lankan College of Emergency & Retrieval Medicine (SLEMCON 2020)

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Session TimingsHall AHall BHall CHall D
01COVID-19COVID-19TRAUMAPREHOSPITAL CARE
0900 – 0915Learnings from EM Physicians who were COVID-19 Nodal Officers
Ankita Chawla,
Hyderabad
Triaging in Pandemics: Clinical Vs Trunat vs RtPCR vs CT
Swetha Tyagi,
Mumbai
Cervical spine injury – Fiction Vs Facts
Dave Lamond (Aus)
When Kids are Sweet as Sugar and Sick as *&#!
Teri Campbell
0915 – 0930Emergency Medicine in 2021
James Ducharme,
Canada
Handling of VIPs During the Corona Epidemic
Shabbar Joad, Jaipur
When to open; when to wait – approach to abdominal trauma
Prof.Ranjana Senevirathne (SL)
Preparation of the Adult and Pediatric patient for Transport
Teri Campbell
0930 – 0945Non Respiratory Complications of COVID Patients in ER
Santosham Anderson, Trichy
Innovations in Airway Management of COVID Patients
Venugopalan PP, Calicut
Avoiding secondary brain injury in ED
Nick Taylor (Aus)
The power of thinking
Daniel Limmer
02TRAUMATRAUMAED ADMINPREHOSPITAL CARE
1000 – 1015Trauma Management
T S Srinath Kumar, Bangalore
Trauma Resuscitation in Pregnant Patients and Fetal Assessment
Nivetha, Chennai
Patient safety Vs staff safety – How to balance
Prof.Rahul Goswami (Sing)
Risk Stratification for Inter hospital transportation
Anand Kumar.V
1015 – 1030SEMI NTLS in Tamilnadu
Ram Mohan, Chennai
Clinical decisions with e-FAST scan: EM and Surgical specialities
Ajith, Mangalore
Newly appointed Emergency Physicians – Challenges in establishing Emergency department
Sue Ieraci (Aus)
Potential toxicity of Oxygen in prehospital care
Krishna kumar
1030 – 1045Protocols up and above ATLS
Subodh,
JPN Trauma center,

New Delhi
Management of cervical spine injuries
Reshma G K,
Bengaluru
System to filter Covid19 suspects – Practical experience
Sanath Rajakaruna (SL)
Paramedic Leadership
Nitesh Kumar
03WELLNESS IN EMWELLNESS IN EMPEADIATRICSPREHOSPITAL CARE
1100 – 1115Staff burnout & stress during covid response
Goma Bali Bajaj,
Kolkata
Depression in ED staff and its impact
Ashok, Salem
Paed seizures – when do you need to worry
April Kam (Can)
CPAP hood vs HFNO the ideal machine for the Ideal patient at ER
Nithin P.R
1115 – 1130How to bring wellness in Emergency Room
Harshitha Sridhar, Bengaluru
Lifestyle modifications for Emergency Doctors
Ramya Kumar, Hyderabad
Paediatric DKA update
Tom Georgeson (Aus)
Helicopter Emergency Medical Services
Shalini Nalwad
1130 – 1145Role of
Emergency physicians in
Public Health
Shiju Stanley, Kerala
How to deal with
irritable resident Doctor
Suresh M V N, Hyderabad
Paed intubation in ED – Is it difficult or easy
Manohari Liyanage (SL)
Healthcare Communication S.Saravana kumar
04GERIATRIC EMGERIATRIC EMDISASTER MANAGEMENTPREHOSPITAL CARE
1200 – 1215Emergency Department design standards for Senior Citizens
Silver Trauma
(Major Trauma in older people)
Sai Surender,
Chennai
Modern day terrorism – Are we ready
Prof.Mohan Tiru (Sing)
Update on AHA 2020 guidelines
Vinilkumar.C C
1215 – 1230How to Triage, Assess & Resuscitate Older people
Kushrav Bajan,
Mumbai
Pain management in Geriatric Patients
Harsha Makhwana, Ahmedabad
Trauma /disaster medicine
Prof.Richard Cracknell (Aus)
Dispatch for a communicable disease outbreak call
Subramaniam
1230 – 1245Subspeciality of Geriatric EM and its Future
Rishal Rehman, UK
Why we should follow-up discharged Older patients
Sudeep Chakraborthy, Kolkata
Low Fidelity Simulation-The way forward in disaster response
Prof.Indika Karunathilaka (SL)
Pre hospital approach in chest pain emergency Janarthanan
05QUALITY IMPROVEMENTQUALITY IMPROVEMENTCOVID-19 IN ED
1400 – 1415Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Recommendations to improve patient safety in ER
Saravana Kumar S, Chennai
Role of Emergency Physicians in Clinical Audit and Quality Improvement
Saravana Vel, Thanjavur
Front line COVID response – a personal reflection on different health systems
Mir Saadudin Ahmad (UK)
Quality in EM & EMS Manickavasagam.R
1415 – 1430Best Quality Indicators for Emergency Departments
Seema Sunil Pulla, Hyderabad
NABH and JCI Standards for Emergency Departments
Shailesh Shetty,
Bengaluru
Threat of Cardiac complications in COVID19 -The clot thickens!
Sohil Pothiawala (Sing)
1430 – 1445Strategies to bring down Emergency Patient Mortality
Asif Iqbal, Warangal
Improving Quality in Ambulances & Critical patient transfers
Tejasvi Chikatla, Hyderabad
Decision making in Covid resuscitation in ED
Prof.Naushad Khan (UK)
06PEDIATRIC EMPEDIATRIC EMMENTAL HEALTH
1500 – 1515How to create Pediatric Emergency Unit in your Current Emergency Department
Sharadha,
Chennai
ER Presentations of Child Physical & Sexual Abuse and understanding the POSCO Act
Harshil Mehta, Ahmedabad
Safe discharge of a suicidal patient
Pandula Kawiratne (SL)
1515 – 1530Opportunities to
prevent injuries in Children
who come to ER
Gunda Srinivas
High Quality Pain Management in Children
Rajdurai, Vellore
Opioid flood – Is Naloxone the answer
Luxman Manoharan (SL)
1530 – 1545Subspeciality of
Pediatric EM and Its Future
Indumathy Santhanam, Coimbatore
Pediatric sepsis and Current Treatment Guidelines
Zulfikar Ali, Kannur
Physical Vs Chemical restraint for aggressive
Kate Molnar (Aus)
07CORE EMERGENCY MEDICINECORE EMERGENCY MEDICINE
1600 – 1615Digitalisation of Public Health
Sudhakar Reddy K., Hyderabad
Trauma & Cardiothoracic Emergencies
Alok, Bihar
1615 – 1630Urological Emergencies
Indranil Das, Delhi
Ophthamological Emergencies
Sapna Gupta, Gujrat
1630 – 1645Neurologogical Emergencies
Sunil Choudhary, Jharkhand
Medical Gastroenterological Emergencies
Naresh, Punjab
1645 – 1700Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies
Navin Puttam, Pondicherry
ENT Emergencies
Sujit Kumar, Hyderabad