Calendar of study syllabus for fellowship of FACEE through (Critical Illness & Injury Care)CIIC

Reference Book:
Critical Care Emergency Medicine (Main Reference Book)
David A Farcy, John P. Marshall, William C. Chiu, Tiffany, M. Osborn
Second Edition Published in 2016

January Airway and ventilatory support
Ch. 1. Approach to the difficult airway
Ch. 2. Physiology of the Peri- Intubation
Ch. 7. Non-invasive positive pressure ventilation
Ch. 4. Mechanical ventilation
Ch. 5. Airway pressure release ventilation
February Airway and ventilatory support
Ch. 14. Fibre-optic Bronchoscopy
Ch. 03. Emergency Surgical Airway
Ch. 08. Percutaneous tracheostomy for the intensivist
Ch. 06. Weaning and Extubation
Ch. 27. Acid-base disorders
March Pulmonary disorders
Ch. 10. Acute respiratory failure
Ch. 11. Acute respiratory distress syndrome
Ch. 12. Severe asthma and COPD
Ch. 13. Pulmonary Embolism
April Cardiovascular Disorders
Ch. 15. Haemodynamic and Perfusion Monitoring
Ch. 19. Vasopressors and Inotropes
Ch. 61. Shock, overview and classification of shock
Ch. 17. Hypertensive crisis
Ch. 16. Acute coronary syndrome
Ch. 18. Post-Cardiac Arrest Management
May Cardiovascular Disorders
Ch. 09. Extracorporeal, cardio pulmonary membrane Oxygenation
Ch. 20. Management after cardiac surgery
Ch. 21. Treatment of mechanical circulatory support devices in the Emergency Department
Ch. 22. Pericardial diseases
June Gastrointestinal Disorders
Ch. 23. Gastrointestinal bleeding
Ch. 24. Acute liver failure
Ch. 25. Chronic liver failure
Ch. 26. Acute pancreatitis
July Renal disorders & Toxicological Conditions
Ch. 28. Electrolyte disorders
Ch. 57. Fluid Management
Ch. 29. Acute kidney injury
Ch. 30. Renal replacement therapy
Ch. 49. Approach to Poisoning
Ch. 50. The critically ill Poisoned patient
Ch. 51. Acetaminophen overdose
Ch. 52. Salicylate overdose
August Neurologic and Neurosurgical disorders
Ch. 31. Alterations in mental status
Ch. 32. Management of acute intracranial hypertension
Ch. 33. Stroke
Ch. 34. Intra-cerebral haemorrhage
Ch. 35. Traumatic brain injury
Ch. 36. Spinal-cord injury
Ch. 37. Brain death
September Haematologic and Endocrine Disorders
Ch. 38. Transfusion in Critical care
Ch. 39. Deep vein Thrombosis
Ch. 40. Hyperglycaemic Emergency
Ch. 41. Glucose Management in Critical Care
Ch. 42. Adrenal Insufficiency
October Infectious Disorders
Ch. 43. Approach to Fever in critical care
Ch. 44. Principles of Antimicrobial is Use in critical care
Ch. 45. Sepsis and septic shock
Ch. 46. Hospital acquired, HCAP, VAP
Ch. 47. Infectious Endocarditis
Ch. 48. Clostridial Difficile Infection
November Ultrasonography in Critical care
Ch. 53. Point of care Echocardiography in the Emergency Department
Ch. 54. Ultrasound-guided Critical care procedures
Ch. 55. Ultrasound Assessment for volume status
Ch. 56. Ultrasound of the lung
December Special Considerations
Ch. 58. Nutritional support in Critical care
Ch. 59. Therapeutic hypothermia targeted temperature management
Ch. 60. The Multisystem Trauma patient
Ch. 62. Paediatric considerations
Ch. 63. Transportation of the Critical care Patient
Ch. 64. End-of-life issues in Emergency and Critical care.
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  • A Candidate has to pass Nine of the Twelve Monthly tests.
  • In case you are unable to clear the test, you are allowed one retest which can be taken within the testing dates for a particular month.
  • Final Examination is in the 13th Month after you have finished the twelve-month cycle.
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