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Date

Saturday 14 November 09:00 - 11:00 (login available from 08:45)

Location

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Fees

Members £0
Trainee members £0
non Members £0

Programme

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About this webinar

A number of new cerebral monitors have recently been developed and studied, and this webinar sponsored by Medtronic will introduce two of these (cerebral oximetry and nociception level). We will discuss how they work and their impact on patient safety and outcomes according to the most recent research. We will also demonstrate their use using the latest in patient simulation and there will be an opportunity to ask questions of clinicians who have experience with their use.
 
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Organiser - Prof Andrew Klein, Editor in Chief, Anaesthesia
Chair: Prof Andrew Klein, Editor in Chief, Anaesthesia

Provisional programme:
Near-infrared spectroscopy to monitor cerebral and somatic perfusion
Monitoring perfusion after surgery – why and how

Nociception level (NOL) may objectively quantify a patient’s response to pain (nociception), enabling personalised analgesia as part of the anaesthetic triad; NOL-guided analgesia may reduce the risk of over- or under-use of opioids.

Nociception level monitoring – a demonstration with interactive discussion and Q and A

Pre-recorded simulation set-up (Germany), Professor Anil Hormis from Rotherham

Nociception level monitoring

Monitoring analgesia and pain - what we know now and what we need to know for the future, Professor Albert Dahan from Leiden in Holland



This webinar is sponsored by Medtronic, Agenda and speakers chosen by the Association of Anaesthetitsts