Anaesthesia and Surgery: the interface (joint meeting with the RSM)

Thu, 30/03/2017
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Event organiser(s): 
Dr Ramana Alladi

The aim of this joint meeting between anaesthetists and surgeons is to discuss issues of mutual interest especially the ones where the responsibilities of each overlaps and interferes.

This meeting will look into various ways of assessing the ways to facilitate good outcomes and improve the quality of care of patients undergoing surgery throughout the peri-operative period. This will give an opportunity for anaesthetists and surgeons to air their views on important issues relating to preoperative management like preparation, assessment and optimisation of patients, intra-operative issues like fluid management, maintenance of anaesthesia and postoperative issues like pain relief and management of postoperative period.

Lectures on the day may include:

  • Surgeon's role in surgical response
  • Risk stratification and admission criteria for HDU and ITU
  • Prehabilitation and rehabilitation of a surgical patient
  • Enhanced recovery programmes - the way forward
  • National audits for high risk surgery
  • Human factors and safety in operating theatres
  • Guidelines and controversies in fluid management of a surgical patient in perioperative period
  • Patients on anti-coagulants - anaesthetic and surgical issues and strategies
  • History of Anaesthesia

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