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Aspiring Anaesthetist Series: Anaesthesia-Related Emergencies

25th May 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
25th May 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
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Description

This session will introduce you to a variety of anaesthetic emergencies such as laryngospasm, malignant hyperthermia, ‘can’t intubate, can’t oxygenate’ etc; how to recognise and manage these life-threatening emergencies.

There will be MCQs throughout the talk where attendees can join with vevox via a QR code – all anonymous.

Summary

Are you a medical professional interested in anaesthesia-related emergencies? Then join us for a one-hour on-demand teaching session where we will equip aspiring anaesthetists with the skills to recognise and manage life-threatening situations such as laryngospasm, malignant hyperthermia, and 'can't intubate, can't oxygenate'. During the interactive talk we'll include MCQs to ensure participants can apply the concepts covered to their day-to-day practice. Don't miss out on this unique learning opportunity!
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Learning objectives

1. Differentiate between anaesthetic emergencies and their clinical manifestations. 2. Identify appropriate intervention strategies for managing anaesthetic emergencies. 3. Describe the essential steps required for successful treatment of life-threatening anaesthetic emergencies. 4. Utilise appropriate technology to assess knowledge and understanding acquired during the session. 5. Demonstrate confidence in treating anaesthetic emergencies through understanding of optimal workflows.
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25th May 2023
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