RAUK Approved: 19th East Surrey Regional Anaesthesia Course

Event Type: Model Scanning/Cadaveric Anatomy

42 Days 20 hours 26 minutes to go

Start Date: Wednesday 26 May 2021
End Date: Friday 28 May 2021
 
Details:
 RAUK MODEL ANATOMY  
Event title  19th East Surrey Regional Anaesthesia Course
Event date 26th, 27th and 28th May 2021
Venue East Surrey Hospital and St. George’s hospital
Website/booking page www.ESRAC.co.uk
Lead organiser and contact details

Dr Venkat Duraiswamy

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., mobile:07838727219

List of faculty 

Dr Aasifa Tredray

Consultant,St George's Hospital

Dr Alan Macfarlane

President Elect RA-UK,Glasgow Royal Infirmary

Dr Alan Stedman

Consultant,East Sussex Healthcare NHS trust

Dr Alison Schulte

Consultant,Brighton and Sussex University Hospital

Dr Andrez Krol

Consultant,St George's Hospital

Dr Ann Barron

ST7,London

Dr Anna Malik

Consultant,Royal Cornwall Hospital

Dr Anwar Rashid

Consultant,Milton Keynes University Hospital

Dr Baskar Manickam

County Durham and Darlington hospital

Dr Ben Eden green

Consultant,University Hospital Lewisham

Dr Dr David Burkett

Royal Gwent Hospital

Dr Frederic Sage

Consultant,Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS trust

Dr Ganesh Kumar

Consultant,Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS trust

Dr Guy Sanders

Consultant,Brighton and Sussex University Hospital

Dr Harry Murgatroyd

York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust

Dr James Jack

ST7,London

Dr Jan Rudiger

Consultant,Surrey and Sussex Health care NHS trust

Dr karthick Duraisamy

Consultant,Princess Royal University Hospital

Dr Ki Jinn Chin

Associate Professor,Toronto,Canada

Dr Kish Macharavarapu

Consultant,East Sussex Healthcare NHS trust

Dr Leo Phylactides

Consultant,St.George's Hospital

Dr Madan Narayanan

Consultant,Frimley Park Hospital

Dr Mat Andorka

Consultant,Surrey and Sussex Health care NHS trust

Dr Matthew Mackenzie

Consultant,Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS trust

Dr Matthew Szarko

ESRA Speaker,Lead Anatomist,London

Dr Neel Desai

Guys's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Nick Courtney Evans

Consultant,Surrey and Sussex Health care NHS trust

Dr Oliver Tweedie

Dorset County Hospital

Dr Ralph Zumpe

Consultant,St George's Hospital

Dr Shahan Nizar

Consultant,Kingston Hospital

Dr Simeon West

Consultant,University College Hospital London

Fee

3 days £560  cons £460 trainees 2 days £410/£310

Target audience  Trainees, SAS and Consultants
List of topics

Workshops:

  • Technology, Image Generation, Probe handling and Needling.
  • Simulated Scenarios.
  • Upper limb-above and around Clavicle (Interscalene and Supraclavicular).
  • Upper Limb-below Clavicle. (Infraclavicular, Axillary, Distal Median, Radial and Ulnar).
  • Abdominal Wall (Rectus, TAP, QLB and Ilioinguinal Blocks).
  • Lower Limb (Femoral, Fascia Iliac, Popliteal).
  • Neuraxial US (Epidural and Lumbar Plexus Blocks).
  • Thorax (Paravertebral, Serratus anterior, Pecs, Erector Spinae).
  • Ankle Block, Obturator, Adductor canal block.

Live demonstrations (list subject to what is taking place on the day):

  • Interscalene
  • Supraclavicular
  • Infraclavicular
  • Axillary
  • Paravertebral
  • PECS
  • Quadratus Lumborum
  • Rectus sheath
  • FIB supra inguinal approach
  • Popliteal
  • Ankle blocks

Cadaveric anatomy 

  • Quadratus Lumborum
  • Paravertebral space/erector spinae muscles
  • Popliteal – Sciatic N: Common peroneal and tibial N, 
  • Nerves around the ankle
  • Brachial plexus –trunks and divisions above clavicle
  • Below clavicle- Brachial plexus: Cords and distal branches around the axilla:
  • Pecs/Serratus Anterior/Abdominal wall
  • Fascia iliaca/femoral nerve and vessels/Adductor canal

Cadaveric needling 

  • Infraclavicular/Supraclavicular/Interscalene blocks
  • QLB/ESP/PVB
  • Pec blocks/Serratus blocks/ Abdo wall blocks
  • Sciatic/Popliteal
  • Femoral block/Fascia iliaca/Adductor canal
Learning outcomes

An eyes on, hands on guide to many aspects of Regional Anaesthesia 

A Faculty of experienced Consultant Anaesthetists from UK and abroad, who will lecture and facilitate the workshops 

Suitable for beginners and for those interested in acquiring additional knowledge in the entire field of regional anaesthesia 

Teaching methods

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Model Scanning  yes
Cadaveric anatomy demonstration yes
Cadaveric needling  yes
Lectures yes
Pre-course reading no
MCQs no
e-learning no
Simulation yes

Other (please detail)

Live demonstrations of blocks from theatres to audience via audio-visual link chaired by expert panel.

yes
 

 

 
Other information:
Location: East Surrey Hospital and St. George’s hospital
Contact: www.ESRAC.co.uk