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A truly astounding collection of more than 5,000 3D anatomy and health condition models to
help you gain a far better understanding of the human body than ever before, all directly from your iPhone and iPad.
These lectures are to be freely used, copied and distributed in Developing Countries for the teaching and promotion of basic anesthesia knowledge and skills.
The purpose of these lectures are to provide developing countries with a copyright free resource. Contributors with credited pictures and illustrations have graciously gave permission for their material to be used for this specific purpose. The author of these lectures or the IFNA cannot accept liability from their use and errors in translation. It is up to each translator to ensure that the translation is correct. Knowledge about the art and science of anesthesia/resuscitation continues to change. It is up to each anesthesia provider to continue to learn and upgrade their knowledge. These lectures only contains basic knowledge and are not a replacement for more comprehensive information
A training manual for identifying, assessing, preventing and controlling the risks of pandemics in the workplace. This training manual has been developed for both medical and non-medical personnel who may be called upon to lead emergency response, (eg epidemic outbreak, etc), ensure effective containment whiles work continues and essential goods and services continue to be supplied.
The manual provides insight into some of the local epidemics experienced in Ghana such as Cholera, Cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM) and Influenza(s), the causes, signs and symptoms and preventive measures with a view to increasing knowledge among management, staff and their families as well as immediate communities within which they work.
In response to the urgent need for trained health professionals to assist in the efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Médecins Sans Frontières has been running training sessions in Brussels for international aid workers before they depart for the field. Below are videos used to accompany the training sessions, helping to demonstrate infection control measures.
All videos are without sound to avoid language barriers. All videos are intended to be viewed in training sessions with an experienced Médecins Sans Frontières trainer
Accessed November 2014
Accessed November 2014