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About this webinar recording

We look forward to welcoming you to the recording of our recent webinar: New monitoring modalities to improve patient safety

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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.

You can log in from the comfort of your own home, your office, or any where else that is convenient. All you need is a decent internet connection and a quiet room.

This webinar recording is kindly sponsored by Medtronic. Agenda and speakers organised and selected by the Association of Anaesthetists

 
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Organiser: Prof Andrew Klein, Editor in Chief, Anaesthesia

Near-infrared spectroscopy to monitor cerebral and somatic perfusion - Dr Derek Amoako

The past, present and future of cerebral perfusion in cardiac surgery
Dr Roberto Mosca, Wythenshawe

An Introduction to Nociception Monitoring and some clinical applications
Prof Anil Hormis, Rotherham


Monitoring analgesia and pain - what we know now and what we need to know for the future - Prof Finn Radtke, Denmark