Anaesthetic updates

Earn CPD points and hear about current advances in anaesthesia by attending our 3 day conference.

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Key details

Date: 9 to 11 February 2022 | 09:00 - 16:00

Location: Online, Zoom

Availability: Available soon

Clinical content lead(s): Prof Pierre Foex and Dr Vassilis Athanassoglou

CPD credits: 15

 

Stay ahead of the curve on new ideas in anaesthesia, critical care and pain management. Discover new developments on the horizon from today’s expert specialists and learn how to best combat the central issues you will face in your anaesthetic practice.

Where permitted, talks will be recorded and made available to delegates post event. Once registered you will have access to the recorded material for up to six months after the live event. Viewing of the recording will carry the same number of CPD points.

Feedback from previous events:

'Excellent use of study leave time' - Anaesthetic Updates attendee, Birmingham November 2019

'An excellent course covering a vast section of topics with some inspiring speakers' - Anaesthetic Updates attendee, London February 2020

 

A PDF copy of the programme can be found here.

 

09:15-09:20 Join us for the event start
09:20-09:30 Welcome and introduction Professor Pierre Foex, Oxford
  Session 1: Pain relief for 2022
09:30-09:55 Opiates consensus Dr Nicholas Levy, West Suffolk
09:55-10:20 Pain management Dr Alan Fayaz, London
10:20-10:40 Discussion and Q&A
10:40-11:10 Break
  Session 2: Ventilation is essential
11:10-11:35 Preventing lung complications Dr Andy Lumb, Leeds
11:35-12:00 High flow oxygenation Professor Tom Barnes, London
12:00-12:25 The obstructed airway Dr Vassilis Athanassoglou, Oxford
12:25-12:45 Discussion and Q&A
12:45-13:30 Lunch
  Session 3: Pregnancy and its challenges
13:30-13:55 Prehabilitation Professor Denny Levett, Southampton
13:55-14:20 Airway management in obstetrics Dr Mary Mushambi, Leicester
14:20-14:45 TBC  
14:45-15:05 Discussion and Q&A
15:05-15:30 Break
  Session 4: Essential investigations
15:30-15:55 CPET made easy Dr John Carlisle, Torbay
15:55-16:20 Point of care ultrasound for 2022 Dr Kariem El-Boghdadly, London
16:20-16:35 Discussion and Q&A
16:35 Close

 

A PDF copy of the programme can be found here.

 

09:15-09:20 Join us for the event start
09:20-09:25 Introduction Dr Vassilis Athanassoglou
  Session 1: Brain and lung
09:25-09:50 Sleep apnoea Dr Sara McDouall, Reading
09:50-10:15 How to prepare the patient with COPD Dr Mona Bafadhel, Oxford
10:15-10:40 The patient with pulmonary hypertension Dr Ruth Newton, Sheffield
10:40-11:00 Discussion and Q&A
11:00-11:25 Break
  Session 2: Anaesthetic practicalities
11:25-11:50 Evidence-based medicine in emergency laparotomy Professor Mike Grocott, Southampton
11:50-12:15 Perioperative blood pressure management in the frail older patient Dr Simon Howell, Leeds
12:15-12:40 Gas induction in the adult: Good idea or not? Professor Anil Patel, London
12:40-13:00 Discussion and Q&A
13:00-13:45 Lunch
  Session 3: The cardiac patient
13:45-14:10 Carotid endarterectomy in 2022 Dr Mark Stoneham, Oxford
14:10-14:35 The patients with aortic stenosis Dr Kate Grebenik, Oxford
14:35-15:00 Non-emergency surgery after a cardiac arrest:  When to anaesthetise Professor Pierre Foex, Oxford
15:00-15:20 Discussion and Q&A
15:20-15:45 Break
  Session 4: Updates on bariatrics
15:45-16:10 The weight-challenged patient Dr Claire Nightingale, Amersham
16:10-16:35 Bariatric drug dosages Dr Luc de Baerdemaeker, Ghent, Belgium
16:35-16:50 Discussion and Q&A
16:50 Close

 

A PDF copy of the programme can be found here.

 

09:15-09:20 Join us for the event start
09:20-09:25 Introduction Professor Pierre Foex, Oxford
  Session 1: 
09:25-09:50 The latest resuscitation guidelines Professor Jerry Nolan, Bath
09:50-10:15 Difficult decisions in intensive care Dr Daniele Bryden, Sheffield
10:15-10:40 Getting it right first time Dr Anna Batchelor, Newcastle
10:40-11:00 Discussion and Q&A
11:00-11:25 Break
  Session 2: Regional anaesthesia
11:25-11:50 Regional anaesthesia for trauma Dr Anthony Carey, Bristol
11:50-12:15 Litigation for nerve injuries Dr David Bogod, Nottingham
12:15-12:40 The difficult back Dr David Pappin, Torbay
12:40-13:00 Discussion and Q&A
13:00-13:45 Lunch
  Session 3: Safety of practice
13:45-14:10 TIVA: Safe practice Professor Anthony Absalom, Groningen, Netherlands
14:10-14:35 Post-thyroidectomy bleeds Dr Imran Ahmad, London
14:35-15:00 Concern about arrhythmias Dr Matthew Ginks, Oxford
15:00-15:20 Discussion and Q&A
15:20-15:45 Break
  Session 4: Last but not least
15:45-16:10 Medical disease in pregnancy Dr Francesca Neuberger, Bristol
16:10-16:35 Perioperative management of patients on DOACS Dr Lara Roberts, London
16:35-16:50 Discussion and Q&A
16:50 Close

 

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