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Date

Tuesday 7 & Wednesday 8 February 2023

Location

The Association Of Anaesthetists
21 Portland Place London
W1B 1PY

Fees

1 day fees - 
£195 - Members
£120 - Trainee Members
£365 - Non-members
£97.50 - Retired Members

2 day fees -
£390 - Members
£240 - Trainee Members
£730 - Non-members
£195 - Retired Members

Programme

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About this seminar

Two of our most popular seminars deal with various issues involved in anaesthesia for emergency patients on a day to day basis and orthopaedic surgery are combining for this two day event. This will give an opportunity to update your knowledge on some of the common problems encountered during anaesthetising of patients for emergency surgery or orthopaedic surgery. All the speakers are experts in their respective fields. There will be time to discuss issues with the speakers.

Book a one or two day package and gain your valuable CPD.

Anaesthesia for emergency surgery – 7 February 2023

This is one of our most popular seminars and deals with various issues involved in anaesthesia for emergency patients on a day to day basis. This will give an opportunity to update your knowledge on some of the common problems encountered during anaesthetising of patients for emergency surgery. All the speakers are experts in their respective fields. There will be time to discuss issues with the speakers.

Learning objectives:
1. Management of patients with cardiac disease
2. Management of coagulation during surgery
3. Specialist airway management
4. Management of patients requiring
    a. Emergency caesarean section
    b. Emergency laparotomy
    c. Emergency orthopaedic surgery

Anaesthesia for orthopaedic surgery – 8 February 2023

Orthopaedic anaesthesia is practiced by almost all anaesthetists. Some areas have become more specialist. Regional anaesthetic techniques have seen changes. Many patients have co-morbid conditions.

Topics include the management of cardiac patients with valvular disease, pacing devices and anticoagulation; analgesia for knee surgery; issues for spinal surgery including protection of the spinal cord; tips on using ultrasound effectively to optimise blocks, as well as the pros and cons of general versus regional anaesthesia for orthopaedics.

All the speakers are experts in their respective fields and have undertaken original research. You will be updated on current trends in anaesthesia for orthopaedic surgery.

Learning objectives:

  1. Assessment and management of patients with cardiac disease
  2. Management of coagulation during surgery
  3. Anaesthesia for specific orthopaedic operations
  4. The use of regional anaesthesia for surgery
  5. The use of ultrasound for optimisation of nerve block

Programme

Organiser: Professor Akbar Vohra, Manchester

A full programme will be released shortly.