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Trainee Members - £40
Full Members - £47
Non Members - £83


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About this webinar recording

Ophthalmic Anaesthesia blocks have been performed for decades in the whole world and are deemed to be safe and effective. The expertise in the sharp needle Blocks namely Peri-bulbar and Retro bulbar blocks is fading. These techniques are now not compulsory in the RCOA curriculum and the Ophthalmic surgery training.

This webinar will explore and discuss the indications, contra-indications and the performance of the commonly performed Ophthalmic anaesthesia Blocks.
The anatomy of the globe will be presented by the Ophthalmic surgeon and the commonly performed blocks will be shown via videos.

We hope this will help with the teaching and training in this sub-specialty and stimulate discussion in the common controversies we all come across in our clinical practice.

Organisers: Dr Krish Radhakrishna, Board member, Association of Anaesthetists; Dr Zahid Kazmi, Consultant, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire
Chair: Dr Krish Radhakrishna; Board member, Association of Anaesthetists


Applied anatomy of the EYE - Mr Mrinal Rana Consultant Ophthalmologist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, Special interest in Corneal Surgery

Sub-tenon block - Dr Falguni Choksey, Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire 

Peribulbar and retro-bulbar blocks with added safety - Dr Zahid Kazmi, Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire

Complications of the Ophthalmic Blocks - Dr Anand Arora, Consultant Anaesthetist, Birmingham and Midlands Eye Centre

Discussion panel