Anaesthetist – Use Your Skills In A Challenging Environment

10. Januar 2018 at 12:11

Important facts This role requires complete and autonomous management of critical patients in emergency situations and the provision of anaesthetic care perioperatively and in Intensive Care. Background and organisation of work The international Anaesthetist is responsible for the clinical management of the Intensive Care Unit. He/She will work as part […]

Birmingham Anaesthesia Schools: Difficult Airway Rescue Techniques (BASDART Course)

7. Juli 2017 at 08:04

22nd September 2017, Worcester, United Kingdom. This course is aimed at anyone wishing to enhance or practice their skills in managing the expected and unexpected difficult airway. While initially advertised to anaesthetic trainees, recent courses have been attended by operating department practitioners (ODPs), emergency physicians and more. The course lasts […]

Oxford Paediatric Difficult Airway Workshop

13. Januar 2017 at 11:05

12th May 2017, Oxford, United Kingdom. The Paediatric Difficult Intubation Workshop is for trainees and consultants who anaesthetise children and wish to refresh and update skills in managing children with a difficult airway. The course aims to discuss the management of the anticipated and unanticipated paediatric difficult airway. The format […]

ADAM Course (Aintree Difficult Airway Management)

16. Dezember 2016 at 10:55

17th February 2017, Liverpool, United Kingdom. ADAM’s ethos is to prevent critical incidents arising during airway management by scrupulously avoiding preventable problems attributable to the patient, equipment and/or anaesthetist. Inspired by the approach of the aviation industry, it makes use of checklists to ensure ALL problems are identified preoperatively. The […]