KULLIYYAH OF MEDICINE

KULLIYYAH OF MEDICINE

Anaesthesiology

Anaesthesiology



The Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care IIUM is committed to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the field of Anaesthesiology and Critical care. Our clinical consultancy is currently at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan and International Islamic University Malaysia Medical Center (IIUM MC). Besides our clinical consultancy, our Clinical Skills Center and Advanced Clinical Skills Center facilitate hands-on learning for medical and nursing students to improve their clinical skills and understanding of concepts in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Services.

The installation of the ACSC was completed in September 2006 at the 1st level of the Kulliyyah of Medicine at the Indera Mahkota Campus. Its instructors were trained at the METI Training Centre in Sarasota, Florida in January 2007 for 5 days. Two of the academic staff had also attended the Anaesthesia Crisis Resource Management (ACRM) Course at Skills Development Centre, Queensland Health, Brisbane, Australia.

The technology in the ACSC is from METI, USA and this centre has a reception area, discussion room, complete audio visual facilities, a room for a Human Patient Simulator (HPS), a room for a Emergency Care Simulator, and another room for a Baby Simulator (Baby Sim). The department had successfully organized the first Malaysian Human patient Simulator Network Conference in October 2007.

Activities

Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care IIUM is committed to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the field of Anaesthesiology and Critical care. Our clinical consultancy currently at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan and also our new and prestigious International Islamic University Malaysia Medical Center (IIUM MC). We have started doing our anaesthetic cases, pain services and intensive care services since December 2016 at IIUM MC.


Besides our clinical consultancy, to cater medical and nursing students, our Clinical Skills Center and Advanced Clinical Skills Center facilitate Hands on learning and improvement in their clinical skills and understanding of concepts in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Services.


The installation of the ACSC was completed in September 2006 at the 1st level of the Kulliyyah of Medicine at the Indera Mahkota Campus. Its instructors were trained at the METI Training Centre in Sarasota, Florida in January 2007 for 5 days. Two of the academic staff had also attended the Anaesthesia Crisis Resource Management (ACRM) Course at Skills Development Centre, Queensland Health, Brisbane, Australia.
The technology in the ACSC is from METI, USA and this centre has a reception area, discussion room, complete audio visual facilities, a room for a Human Patient Simulator (HPS), a room for an Emergency Care Simulator, and another room for a Baby Simulator (Baby Sim). The department had successfully organized the first Malaysian Human patient Simulator Network Conference in October 2007. Currently the facility is undergoing major repair and improvement. Temporarily the ACSC is running at half capacity.

Department Publication:

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Courses

MED 4602

During the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) programme, Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care is one of the five disciplines of Specialised Posting. Medical students in Year 4 are rotated to Anaesthesiology for two weeks. Students are introduced to the management of patients undergoing general and regional anaesthesia, intensive care and pain management. During the course, students will also acquire knowledge and skills in basic and airway management and resuscitation. We have introduced emergency management in anaesthesia and intensive care with interactive sessions by means of high fidelity Human Patient Simulators at the Advance Clinical Skill Centre.

MED 4602 Course Objectives:

1. Enable students acquire basic knowledge in the principles and practice of safe anaesthesia. 2. Enable students acquire basic knowledge and skills in post-operative pain management and airway management. 3. Acquire basic knowledge and some skills in intensive care medicine

Other academic activities:

  • Basic Medical Science Lectures
  • IRK lectures for Year 4 Medical students and Year 3 Pharmacy students
  • Kulliyyah of Nursing: Year 2 and Year 4 Lectures on Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
  • Scientific Meeting on Update and Practical Approaches in Upper Airway management (organized with ORL-HNS, IIUM)
  • Acute Pain Service workshop for nurses and paramedic at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan
  • CSC lecturers participate in the Anaesthesiology department’s Continuous Medical Education at HTAA every week, as well as the weekly CPC at the Kulliyyah of Medicine.
  • CSC lecturers are also involved as facilitators or instructors for
    • National Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care Courses (BASIC) around Malaysia
    • Malaysian Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) at the HTAA