Workshops:

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Friday

March 8th

Saturday

March 9th

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I: Jetventilation - a new instrument

Didier Moens

Peter Biro

13.00-14.00 17.00-18.00

14.30-15.30

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II: Ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia

Gabriella Iohom

Adela Onutu

Steven Clendenen

Niamh Conlon

José Aguirre

15.30-17.30

11.00-13.00 17.00-19.00

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III: Peribulbar or sub-Tenon's blocks

Friedrich Lersch

Bazil Ateleanu

Yves Perron

14.30-15.30

10.00-11.00 13.15-14.15

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IV: Conox - Smart Depth of Anaesthesia Monitor

Guy Leu (Fresenius)

11:30-12-30
15.45-16.45

15:45-16:45

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Description:

I: Jetventilation - a new instrument

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II: Ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia

This 2-hour regional anaesthesia workshop focuses on supervised hands-on needling practice and ultrasound scanning of relevant structures. It capitalises on a low participant: instructor ratio (6:1) and real time performance feedback.

Workstations include live model ultrasound scanning of peripheral nerves and fascial planes at the level of limbs and trunk, as well as hand-eye coordination and needling skill practice in a gelatine phantom.

At the end of this workshop, participants would have acquired knowledge of imaging and needling techniques for select regional anaesthesia procedures relevant to their practice.

At the conclusion of the regional anaesthesia workshop, the participant should be able to:
Correctly identify relevant sono-anatomy of select peripheral nerves and fascial planes
Simulate performance of an ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve block in a gelatine phantom



WS 1 Chair: A. Onutu

Stations:

1. Upper limb blocks: J. Aguirre

2. Lower limb blocks: S. Clendenen

3. Trunk blocks: N. Conlon

4. Needling (phantom): G. Iohom



WS 2 Chair: S. Clendenen

Stations:

1. Upper limb blocks: A. Onutu

2. Lower limb blocks: J. Aguirre

3. Trunk blocks: N. Conlon

4. Needling (phantom): G. Iohom



WS 3 Chair: G Iohom

Stations:

1. Upper limb blocks: A. Onutu

2. Lower limb blocks: S. Clendenen

3. Trunk blocks: N. Conlon

4. Needling (phantom): J. Aguirre



III: Peribulbar or sub-Tenon's blocks

This practical course in ophthalmic anaesthesia will teach first and foremost how safe sub-Tenon’s blocks are performed on animal eyes. A short presentation beforehand will talk about the anatomy involved and how the pig model can be compared to human eyes. Participants will learn about the double-layer of bulbar conjunctive and Tenon’s fascia they need to engage to safely place a cannula in the space between sclera and Tenon’s fascia. At „hand’s on“, participants will be instructed on an individual base how to go about with syringe and forceps.Every participant will learn how to build simple training models for himself or staff in his own clinic from small styrofoam balls or cherry tomatoes. These models are used to train anaesthesiologists and ophthalmologists all over the world.Split pig heads (as available) will be used as training models for lateral canthotomy, a short surgical procedure that saves eyes in case of ophthalmic compartment syndrome, resulting from intra-orbital bleeding. The latter is one of the major complications of ophthalmic regional anaesthesia.Instructors for this course are going to be Dr. Bazil Ateleanu (Cardiff, UK), Dr. Yves Perron (Lausanne, Switzerland)


IV: Conox - Smart Depth of Anaesthesia Monitor

During the one-hour workshop, the new anaesthesia device Conox used to monitor the depth of anaesthesia will be introduced. On the one hand, it will be explained how the Conox measures the two main fields of anaesthesia: hypnotic and analgesia. Thereby, the two EEG-measurements based indices qCon and qNox as well as other parameters provided by conox will be discussed in detail. On the other hand, experiences are shared by practice users.
At the end of the workshop, users will know how to monitor the Conox to ensure stable and reliable monitoring of patients under anaesthesia conditions. Furthermore, visitors to the workshop will be familiar with the advantages associated with the device.

Workshop III pic