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Important information about COVID-19

We are following NSW Health social distancing requirements in all our courses. For some programs this means reduced numbers of participants, or changes to timetables.  

Obstetric Emergencies - essential skills for occasional obstetric anaesthetists

Clinical Training

Anaesthesia

Target Audience

Consultant anaesthetists 

Advanced anaesthetic trainees

Provisional fellows

GP's with advanced specialist training (AST) in anaesthesia

Experienced anaesthetic nurses / technicians

Pre-requisites

Consultant / GP anaesthetist or provisional fellow

Anaesthetic nurses

Course Coordinator

Dr Adam Rehak

Duration

1 day

Price

$1430 per anaesthetist

$715 per anaesthetic trainees

$330 per anaesthetic nurse / technician



Dates

March 21st, 2023

November 14th, 2023


Maximum Participants
CPD allowances

Maximum 12 participants

The course is a recognised emergency response activity in ANZCA’s CPD program with the following recognition codes:-

· Cardiac Arrest – ER-17-CA-073

· Major Haemorrhage – ER-17-MH-029

The course also provides 8 CPD points (4 hours) in the “Knowledge & Skills/Short Courses” category

Course Description


Aims

This course aims to update the participants’ knowledge and skills in the management of obstetric anaesthetic emergencies while also developing generic crisis management skills applicable to these emergency situations.

Topics covered

  1. Assessment of maternal risk

  2. Planning anaesthetic management

  3. Management of critical events, such as:-
    Pain during LCSC under neuraxial block
    Difficult airway
    High neuraxial block/total spinal
    Maternal haemorrhage
    Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
    Amniotic fluid embolism
    Cardiac arrest

  4. Human factors and the application of Crisis Resource Management principles to prevent and manage these events

Training Methods

  • Immersive scenarios with reflective debriefing

  • Hands-on Skills Workshops

  • Pause & discuss scenarios

  • Video and case-based learning exercises

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