What you'll learn
2023 Guidelines, New Innovations, Challenging Cases and State-of-the-Art Clinical and Patient Safety Updates.
IMPORTANT DRUG UPDATES.
COVID-19 UPDATES FOR THE ANESTHESIA PRACTITIONER.
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In the past year, there have been a number of very significant clinical changes that affect the practice of anesthesiology. This comprehensive CME program provides a special and timely opportunity for anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists and others with interest in the field to hear directly from world-renowned specialists and master clinicians about these changes.
The curriculum at Anesthesiology Update 2023 ensures not only that attendees leave with a comprehensive understanding of the latest advances, risk mitigation strategies and anesthesiology guidelines, but also with specific recommendations to incorporate these updates into practice.
The format is engaging and attendees are encouraged to pose questions of the national and international experts who will be delivering the updates and education at this event.
Updates, best practices and new guidelines cover:
- Myocardial injury after non-cardiac surgery
- Advances in transfusion practices
- The processed EEG: scientific foundation – practical application – clinical limitations
- Coagulation monitoring during surgery
- Non-invasive cardiac output monitoring in the perioperative period
- Pharmacological considerations in the geriatric patient
- Postoperative respiratory depression
- Genomics to improve perioperative care
- Total intravenous anesthesia: theoretical foundation and practical considerations
- Best papers in the anesthesia literature from the past year
- New developments in anesthetic pharmacology: hypnotics and analgesics
- All things are poison: antidotes in anesthesia
- Pros and cons of transpulmonary pressure measurement
- Drugs for sedation: mixing everything together or not?
- Successfully converting labor analgesia to cesarean anesthesia
- Maternal cardiac arrest
- Integrating technology for postpartum hemorrhage management
- Drug testing in anesthesia: "prevention and protection" or "major risk for minimal gain”
- The patients’ view on patient safety
- Consensus statement on unrecognized esophageal intubation: published by the PUMA group (Project for Universal Management of the Airway)
- Understanding differential analgesic efficacy: insights from practical patient phenotyping
- Perioperative stroke: what is current?
Participants will take away important guidelines and checklists that they can put to immediate use in their anesthesia practice.
This is an accredited, livestreamed course offered by Massacusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital. This course is targeted to Anesthesiologists, Nurse Anesthetists, Anesthesiologist Assistants, Residents and Fellows and Student Nurse Anesthetists.
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*Register before March 31 to receive the discounted price.