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Non Members - £83


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About this webinar recording

Maternal cardiac arrests are rare, but the impact on families and healthcare professionals will be long-lasting. This webinar will explore the causes and management throughout the woman's journey, from the prehospital phase to emergency department, and from labour ward to perioperative care. The webinar will discuss key learning from NAP7 and safety investigations.

Organiser: Dr Seema Quasim, Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
Chair: Dr Seema Quasim


• Prehospital and emergency department management - Dr Caroline Leech - Consultant in EM and PHEM 
• Managing cardiac arrest in secondary care and learning from safety investigations - Dr Alastair Williamson - Consultant in Anaesthesia and Clinical Advisor (Anaesthesia) with Maternity and Newborn Safety Investigations (MNSI) – 
• Learning from obstetric cardiac arrests in NAP7 - Dr Emira Kursumovic – Consultant Anaesthetist, HSRC-NAP7 Clinical Research Fellow
• Managing the obstetric patient on ITU - Dr Katie Cranfield – Consultant in Intensive Care and Obstetric Medicine

Panel discussion - speakers plus Dr Kim Hinshaw, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, and Miss Louise Page, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at West Middlesex Hospital