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Date

Thursday 22 September 2022, 09:00-16:30

Location

The Association Of Anaesthetists
21 Portland Place London
W1B 1PY

Fees

£195 - Members
£120 - Trainee Members
£365 - Non-members
£97.50 - Retired Members

Programme

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Intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) poses numerous challenges for anaesthetists. Where IONM for surgery is used, the role of the anaesthetist is not only to provide optimal anaesthesia but also to facilitate IONM and to conduct a continuous interaction with members of neuromonitoring team. It is important for an anaesthetist to understand the rationale behind the monitoring and the basis of its utility. This also enables a close working relationship with the monitoring team and the surgeon and is key to a successful and an improved outcome.

Programme


09:00 Registration / tea and coffee

09:20 Welcome and opening remarks
Dr. Sumeeta Conry, Consultant anaesthetist, RJAH, Oswestry

09:30 Prediction of the difficult airway
Dr. Colin Shirley, Consultant Neurophysiologist, Birmingham

10:10 Evidence based basics
Mr. Michael Owen, Director of Intraoperative Neurophysiology at Neuromonitoring Services Ltd.

10:40 Tea & Coffee

11:10 Choice of IONM modalities for spinal surgery – a surgeon’s perspective
Mr. Neil Davidson, Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool.

11:40 Anaesthesthetic considerations for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring of the spinal cord
Sumeeta Conry, Consultant anaesthetist, RJAH, Oswestry

12:10 IONM and Anaesthetics in paediatric spinal surgery
Dr. Radha Ravi, Consultant Spine Anaesthetist, Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool

12:40 Lunch

13:40 Basic anatomy in IONM and neurosurgical requirements for intracranial surgery
Mr Francesco Vergani, Neurosurgical Consultant, King’s College Hospital

14:10 Neurophysiology requirements and preparing for IONM
Dr Ana Pescador, Head of Neurophysiology, King’s College Hospital

14:40 Tea & coffee

15:00 Anaesthethetic considerations specific for IONM in cranial surgery
Dr C Fiandeiro, Consultant Neuroanaesthetist KCH

15:30 Special considerations for IONM in the Awake Craniotomy
Dr Holly Jones, Consultant Neuroanaesthetist, King’s College Hospital

16:00 IONM Workshop

16:30 Close of meeting