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We look forward to welcoming you to the recording of our recent webinar:  Anaesthesia and pain management for trauma surgery

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We are able to offer this webinar recording for free to Association members thanks to the sponsorship of GE.

To coincide with the release of the new guidelines from the Association of Anaesthetists on lower leg trauma and the risk of acute compartment syndrome, this webinar will provide an update on the regional anaesthetic techniques in trauma care. There will be a presentation of the new guidelines with a focus on their clinical implications. The webinar will then have three presentations from experts in regional anaesthesia on techniques relevant to the management of traumatic injuries. This will include regional blocks targeting traumatic injuries to the upper and lower limb. In light of the changing global trauma population demographics, with a large increase in the incidence of ‘silver trauma’, there will also be a talk focussing on the regional anaesthetic management of chest injury with a focus on rib fracture. The use of regional anaesthesia will be illustrated using clinical examples and local protocols developed by experts on the panel, and will relevant to both experts and novices in regional anaesthesia.

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Meeting sponsired by GE. Agenda and speakers organised and selected by the Association of Anaesthetists.

Organiser:  Prof Andrew Klein, Cambridge
Chair: Dr Matt Wiles, Sheffield 


New Guidelines for regional analgesia for lower leg trauma and the risk of acute compartment syndrome - Dr. Morné Wolmarans, Norwich

Fascial plane vs nerve blocks for lower limb trauma - Dr Rosie Hogg, Belfast

Upper limb block in trauma - Dr. Athmaja Thottungal, Canterbury

Regional analgesia for pain after rib fracture and chest trauma -

Dr Jonathan Womack, Newcastle