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​Course Overview

A workshop on the management of the massively bleeding patient. This workshop aims to equip learners with knowledge and skills needed to manage an acutely bleeding patient. Through a combination of lectures and live stations, it will introduce the use of ROTEM and TEG to guide therapy in cardiac, obstetric, trauma, liver and anticoagulated patients.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Pathophysiology of the Massive Bleeding
  2. Viscoelastic Haemostatic Assays (VHAs) - How do they work and what can they do?
  3. Role of Coagulation Factor Concentrates in Massive Bleeding
  4. Using VHAs (ROTEM and TEG) to guide management of the bleeding cardiac, obstetric, trauma, liver and anticoagulated patients
  5. Intra-operative cell salvage and rapid transfusor systems

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​Faculty

Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, Gold Coast, Australia

  • Dr Andrew SEMARK
    Dr Angelly MARTINEZ
    Dr James Winearls
    Dr Tony Ghent

Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine, TTSH, Singapore

  • Dr CHONG Shang Yee

Course Convenor

  • Dr Jensen Ng Jiansheng
    Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine
    Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

​This course is ideal for healthcare providers from Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesiology who are involved in the care of an acutely bleeding patient.


​Course Fees (before GST)

S$100

Course Date & Time

7th April 2020 (Tue)
8.00 am to 5.00 pm

Course Venue

Centre for Healthcare Innovations (CHI), Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore


​For cour​se details, kindly contact Jensen_Ng@ttsh.com.sg.

For registration and payment enquiry, please email to yethidar.khaing@mpinetwork.com.


​Registration is only confirmed by payment and availability of the seat.

Any cancellation must be notified to organizer in writing. 10% administrative levy will apply to any course refunds. A 50% partial refund will be issued if the enrolment is cancelled between 3 and 6 weeks prior to the scheduled course date.

No refund will be given if a course enrolment is cancelled within 3 weeks of the scheduled course date.

Course is subject to a minimum participation before course commencement. The organizer reserve the right to cancel the course and fully refund the participants should unforeseen circumstances necessitate.


Time Topic
08:00Registration
08:30Welcome/Overview
08:50LECTURE I: Major haemorrhage pathophysiology
09:10

LECTURE II: Viscoelastic testing

  • ROTEM and TEG
  • Interpretations
  • Application in clinical practice
09:40TEA BREAK

10:10

 

HANDS ON I

  • Running a sample
  • How to use the technology
  • How to interpret the results
  • Definitions and nomenclature
11:15LECTURE III: Viscoelastic guided transfusion in the bleeding patient
11:45LUNCH
12:45

HANDS ON II

  • Clinical scenario
  • Abnormal ROTEM/TEG
  • Application of the management pathway
  • ROTEM/TEG after
14:50TEA BREAK
15:10LECTURE IV: NOAC-Related Bleeding
15:25LECTURE V: Role of FC and PCC in Bleeding Management
15:40HANDS ON III
  • Clinical scenario
  • Abnormal ROTEM/TEG
  • Application of management pathway
  • ROTEM/TEG after
17:05Closing Feedback
​17:10​End














2019/12/27
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