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CME Event: Haemodynamic Monitoring with Live Porcine Physiologic Models

Synopsis

The haemodynamic monitoring workshop is designed for doctors working in anaesthesia, emergency medicine and critical care medicine who are taking care of haemodynamically unstable patients. The main objective is to equip participants with the knowledge in interpreting basic and advanced haemodynamic parameters such as ScvO2, stroke volume variation and its limitations. Live animals will be used to demonstrate the changes in haemodynamic parameters for various shock states and response to pharmacological and physiological manoeuvres. Continuous haemodynamic parameters will be correlated with “live” echocardiographic examinations.

4 CME points will be awarded.

Date / Time
1st April 2020
Duration
8 hours
Venue
TTSH Conference Rooms 1 & 2 and Surgical Sciences Training Centre (SSTC), Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Description

Target Audience

Doctors working in anaesthesia, emergency and critical care medicine managing haemodynamically unstable patients.

Course Outline

Morning

  • Lectures
  • Hands-on: Haemodynamic Monitoring (dry lab)

Afternoon

  • Hands-on: Physiology lab @ B1, Surgical Sciences Training Centre (SSTC)
  • Feedback and Summary

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Event Category
CME Events
Contact Person
Kelly Cao
Event Fees
Free
2019/12/18
2019/05/15
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