Expand your knowledge in the management of patients with Infectious Diseases who come to the Emergency Department and provide greater safety in your interventions"

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The nursing professional's performance in the Emergency Department is a complex task, as in other specialties, since the worker is outside a specialized unit. Thus, when you encounter cases of infectious pathologies, your intervention may be more complex than usual. For this reason, it is essential for these professionals to have educational tools that allow them to specialize in their main areas of activity.
In this case, TECH offers a complete training oriented to specialize nurses in Infectious Diseases that affect children and that, due to their complexity or because they have symptoms that can be harmful to children, end up being treated in Emergency Departments. Thus, the program includes the classic aspects in the management of infectious pathology by apparatus or organs, as well as new items essential for a correct management of Infectious Diseases in the current scenario of globalization of health. But, as it could not be otherwise, the main content is aimed at knowing the main Infectious Diseases that affect children in order to know the best way to take care of them. The fact is that the complexity that can be involved in urgent action in pediatric patients with infectious diseases requires a high level of specialization in order to train health care professionals.
On the other hand, being a 100% online training, the professional will have the ability to decide when and from where to study, without commitments or obligations, thus being able to combine their study time with the rest of their daily obligations.  

We offer you a complete specialization on Infectious Diseases in children to improve your training in the care of your patients"

This Postgraduate Diploma in Infectious Diseases in the Emergency Department of the Pediatric Patient for Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. The most outstanding features of this program are: 

  • The development of clinical cases presented by experts in Infectious Diseases in the Pediatric Patient
  • The graphic, schematic, and eminently practical contents with which they are created provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional
  • Therapeutic developments on the intervention in Infectious Diseases
  • Practical exercises where to carry out the self-assessment process to improve learning
  • An algorithm-based interactive learning system for decision-making in the clinical situations presented throughout the course
  • Its special emphasis on research methodologies
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection

This specialization will train you for the appropriate treatment in the different cases of infectious pathology" 

Its teaching staff includes professionals from the nursing field, who contribute their work experience to this training, as well as renowned specialists from leading scientific societies.
The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide an immersive training experience designed to train for real-life situations.
The design of this program focuses on Problem Based Learning, by means of which the nurse must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise throughout the academic year. For this purpose, the professional will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system developed by recognized experts in the field of Infectious Diseases in Pediatric Patients with extensive teaching experience.  

A 100% online training that will allow you to study from anywhere in the world. All you need is a computer or mobile device with an internet connection"

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Take the opportunity to learn about the latest advances in Infectious Diseases in Pediatric Patients and improve the care of your patients"


The structure of the contents has been designed by a team of professionals from the best hospitals and universities, aware of the relevance of this specialization in order to intervene in the treatment and monitoring of Infectious Diseases in Pediatric Patient Emergencies, and committed to quality teaching through new educational technologies. 

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This Postgraduate Diploma contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market"

Module 1. Update on Infectious Diseases

1.1.    Principles of Infection

1.1.1.    Virulence Factors and Toxins
1.1.2.    Defensive Mechanisms of the Host

1.2.    Main Human Pathogens in our Environment

1.2.1.    Current Epidemiology of the Infection
1.2.2.    Data on a Worldwide Level
1.2.3.    Data in our Environment
1.2.4.    Microbial Resistance

1.3.    Current Scenarios of Infection in the Emergency Department

1.3.1.    Elderly Patients
1.3.2.    Oncology Patients
1.3.3.    Chronic Renal Patients on Dialysis
1.3.4.    Transplant Recipient
1.3.5.    HIV Infection
1.3.6.    Travelers and Immigrants

1.4.    Etiopathogenic Profiles of Infection

1.4.1.    Bacterial Infections
1.4.2.    Viral Infections
1.4.3.    Fungal Infections
1.4.4.    Microbacterial Infections
1.4.5.    Parasitic Infections

Module 2. The Microbiology Laboratory in the Emergency Department

2.1.    Process of Sample Collection

2.1.1.    General Considerations for Taking, Conserving and Transporting the Samples for Microbiological Study
2.1.2.    Material for Sample Collection

2.2.    Management of Samples in the Laboratory

2.2.1.    Receiving Samples 
2.2.2.    Processing
2.2.3.    Methods and Techniques used for Microbiological Diagnosis According to the Main Infectious Syndromes

2.3.    Techniques Available for Emergency Diagnoses

2.3.1.    Bacteria
2.3.2.    Virus
2.3.3.    Fungi
2.3.4.    Mycobacteria
2.3.5.    Parasites

2.4.    Interpretation of Preliminary Results

2.4.1.    Interpreatation of Microbiological Diagnostic Tests

2.5.    Procedures in Hospitals Without On-call Microbiologists

2.5.1.    Disadvantages of Not Having an On-call Microbiologist
2.5.2.    Advantages of Having an On-call Microbiologist
2.5.3.    On-call Care without a Microbiologist

Module 3. Public Health and Infectious Disease in the Emergency Department

3.1.    Emergency Department Personnel

3.1.1.    Initial Assessment
3.1.2.    Vaccines
3.1.3.    Action Protocols in Cases of Specific Exposure

3.2.    Established Protocols of Isolation

3.2.1.    Types of Transmission and Methods of Isolation
3.2.2.    Special Situations

3.3.    Notifiable Diseases and Urgent Declaration to Public Health

3.3.1.    Concept of Notifiable Diseases
3.3.2.    Surveillance of Notifiable Diseases

3.4.    Special Situations

3.4.1.    Annual Flu
3.4.2.    Epidemiological Outbreaks
3.4.3.    Imported Pathology Possibility of Pathology with High Contagious Capacity

3.5.    Updates Epidemiological Outbreaks

3.5.1.    Seasonal Epidemiological Parameters in the Most Common Infections in the Community
3.5.2.    Epidemic Outbreak and Types of Source

3.6.    Post-exposure Prophylaxis that is Initiated in the Emergency Department

3.6.1.    Bacterial Meningitis
3.6.2.    HIV Infection
3.6.3.    Sexual Assault
3.6.4.    Rabies

Module 4. Infectious Diseases in Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department

4.1.    Fever Without Focus

4.1.1.    Child With a Fever Without Focus and Poor Appearance
4.1.2.    Fever Without Focus and Good General Appearance
4.1.3.    Children from 3-36 Months Old With a Fever Without Focus and Good General Appearance
4.1.4.    Breastfeeding Infant less than 3 Months Old With a Fever Without Focus and Good General Appearance

4.2.    Sepsis and Septic Shock

4.2.1.    Concept
4.2.2.    Current Definition of Shock and Septic Shock.
4.2.3.    Etiology and Epidemiology
4.2.4.    Pathophysiology
4.2.5.    Risk Factors
4.2.6.    Differential Diagnosis
4.2.7.    Clinical symptoms
4.2.8.    Complementary Tests
4.2.9.    Treatment

4.3.    Fever in a Traveling Child

4.3.1.    Medical History
4.3.2.    Physical Exploration
4.3.3.    Complementary Tests
4.3.4.    Treatment
4.3.5.    Malaria
4.3.6.    Dengue

4.4.    Exanthem

4.4.1.    Etiology
4.4.2.    Diagnosis
4.4.3.    Differential Diagnosis

4.5.    Skin and Soft Tissue Infections

4.5.1.    Aetiopathogenesis.
4.5.2.    Diagnosis
4.5.3.    Main Clinical Framework
4.5.4.    Treatment
4.5.5.    Community-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant S. Aureus

4.6.    Cervical Adenitis

4.6.1.    Etiology
4.6.2.    Clinical Evaluation
4.6.3.    Diagnosis and Treatment
4.6.4.    Differential Diagnosis

4.7.    Osteoarticular Infections: Acute Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis

4.7.1.    Epidemiology
4.7.2.    Aetiopathogenesis.
4.7.3.    Clinical Symptoms
4.7.4.    Diagnosis
4.7.5.    Differential Diagnosis
4.7.6.    Treatment

4.8.    Pharyngotonsillitis and Its Complications

4.8.1.    Concept
4.8.2.    Epidemiology and Etiology
4.8.3.    Clinical Symptoms
4.8.4.    Diagnosis
4.8.5.    Treatment

4.9.    Otitis Media and External Sinusitis

4.9.1.    Concept of Otitis Media and External Epidemiology and Etiology Clinical Symptoms Complications Diagnosis Treatment

          4.9.2.    Concept of Acute Sinusitis Epidemiology and Etiology Clinical Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment

4.10.   Acute Mumps

4.10.1.    Epidemic Mumps
4.10.2.    Vaccines
4.10.3.    Prevention of Epidemic Outbreaks

4.11.   Laryngitis and Epiglottitis

4.11.1.    Concept
4.11.2.    Epidemiology and Etiology
4.11.3.    Clinical symptoms
4.11.4.    Diagnosis
4.11.5.    Treatment
4.11.6.    Admission Criteria

4.12.   Syndrome Pertusoids

4.12.1.    Concept
4.12.2.    Epidemiology and Etiology
4.12.3.    Clinical symptoms
4.12.4.    Complications
4.12.5.    Diagnosis
4.12.6.    Treatment
4.12.7.    Prevention

4.13.   Bronchiolitis and Recurrent Wheezing Episodes

4.13.1.    Acute Bronchiolitis
4.13.2.    Recurrent Wheezing

4.14.   Pneumonia and Complications

4.14.1.    Epidemiology
4.14.2.    Etiology
4.14.3.    Clinical Characteristics
4.14.4.    Diagnosis
4.14.5.    Treatment
4.14.6.    Prevention
4.14.7.    Complications

4.15.  TB

4.15.1.    Manifestations
4.15.2.    Diagnosis
4.15.3.    Treatment

4.16.   Acute Gastroenteritis

4.16.1.    Aetiopathogenesis
4.16.2.    Clinical symptoms
4.16.3.    Diagnosis
4.16.4.    Treatment

4.17.   Viral Hepatitis

4.17.1.    Evaluation and Initial Management of Hepatitis in the Emergency Department
4.17.2.    Classic Viral Hepatitis

4.18.   Appendicitis (Need for Antibiotic or Not) and Perirectal Absesses

4.18.1.    Acute Appendicitis
4.18.2.    Perirectal Abscess

4.19.   Urinary Infection

4.19.1.    Definition
4.19.2.    Aetiopathogenesis
4.19.3.    Clinical. When to Suspect a Urinary Tract Infection in the Pediatric Age?
4.19.4.    Diagnosis
4.19.5.    Management

4.20.   CNS Infections in Pediatrics: Acute Meningitis

4.20.1.    Etiology
4.20.2.    Clinical symptoms
4.20.3.    Diagnosis
4.20.4.    Treatment
4.20.5.    Chemoprophylaxis
4.20.6.    Complications and Prognosis

4.21.  Endocarditis, Myocarditis and Pericarditis

4.21.1.    Infectious Endocarditis
4.21.2.    Myocarditis
4.21.3.    Pericarditis

4.22.  Treatment in Pediatric Infectious Diseases

4.22.1.    Bacterial Infections in the Pediatric Emergency Department: Diagnosis and Antibiotic Treatment of Choice, Depending on the Resistance of the Pathogens Responsible for the                           Disease
4.22.2.    Delayed Antibiotic Prescribing Strategy
4.22.3.    When is the Association of Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid and Macrolides Indicated in Pediatrics?
4.22.4.    Do I Also Have to be Careful with Topical Antibiotherapy to Avoid Bacterial Resistance?

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