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This webinar was supported by the sponsorship of MSD.



The Association of Anaesthetists published new updated Standards of Monitoring in Spring 2021. This webinar will present the new Standards and focus on changes from the previous version published five years ago. There will be in-depth discussion of new technology for monitoring processed EEG and neuromuscular blockade and how this should be used in clinical practice in all our operating theatres and other locations where anaesthesia and sedation are administered. The emphasis will be on simplifying the guidance to allow all clinicians to understand new developments in technology and practice using clinical examples and local protocol developed by experts on the panel.


Meeting funded by MSD. Agenda and speakers organised and selected by the Association of Anaesthetists.

Organiser and Chair, Prof Andrew Klein, Cambridge

Programme
New Standards of Monitoring from the Association of Anaesthetists – what has changed? - Dr Natalie Mincher, Gwent
Processed EEG monitoring – how to do it - Dr Mark Barley, Nottingham
Neuromuscular block monitoring – how to do it - Professor Heidrun Lewald, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Monitoring and reversing neuromuscular block: practical clinical tips - Dr Grant Rodney, Dundee