Euroanaesthesia

Cadaver Course on invasive procedures in Critical Emergency Medicine – Euroanaesthesia 2017

Cadaver Course on invasive procedures in Critical Emergency Medicine – Euroanaesthesia 2017

Karl Thies
Chair, ESA SSC 10 – Critical Emergency Medicine: Trauma and Resuscitation
kcthies@me.com

The ESA Subcommittee for Critical Emergency Medicine – Trauma and Resuscitation in cooperation with colleagues from the European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES) will be providing for the first time a cadaver course on invasive procedures in Critical Emergency Medicine.

Minutes General Assembly 2016

Minutes General Assembly 2016

The General Assembly of the ESA took place in the ExCel International Exhibition Centre in London, on Sunday 29 May 2016 during the Euroanaesthesia 2016 congress of the society. The meeting was chaired by Zeev Goldik, ESA President.

1. Welcome and approval of the minutes of the 2015 General Assembly

The minutes of the General Assembly on 31 May 2015 in Berlin are approved.

2. Presentation of new Council members

The following Council members have been appointed starting their term on 1st April 2016:
Macedonia: Mirjana Shoscholcheva
Estonia: Juri Karjagin
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Jasmina Smajic

Intraoperative brain monitoring –thoughts for the near future

Intraoperative brain monitoring –thoughts for the near future

Jeroen Hermanides, Chiara Robba, Federico Bilotta

During the last ESA meeting in London the Neuroanaesthesia subcommittee organized and contributed to several activities, which included: pre-congress course on intraoperative brain monitoring, symposia, lectures, and business meeting.

Save The Date for 2017!

Save The Date for 2017!

Abstract Submission: 1 November – 15 November 2016 http://www.esahq.org/congresses/future-euroanaesthesia/euroanaesthesia-2017

How the Patient Safety and Quality Committee Works on Putting Words into Practice

How the Patient Safety and Quality Committee Works on Putting Words into Practice

Johannes Wacker | Chair Patient Safety and Quality Committee (PSQC)
jwac@gmx.net

Safe anaesthesia and perioperative care is the core of our professional efforts. Most of our patients are seriously affected by their disease or trauma. First of all, we want to avoid their suffering additional harm that stems from the process of healthcare delivery. Safe care means that patients are free from such additional

Regional Anaesthesia at Euroanaesthesia, London 2016

Regional Anaesthesia at Euroanaesthesia, London 2016

Gabriella Iohom | Chair Scientific Subcommittee on Regional Anaesthesia
Gabriella.iohom@hse.ie

Alparslan Apan | Giresun University Faculty of Medicine, Giresun, Turkey
alpaslanapan@gmail.com

Regional anaesthesia, a subspecialty relevant to most anaesthetists’ daily practice, encompasses both neuraxial and peripheral nerve blocks. Despite a clear trend towards more peripheral blocks, we are keen to maintain interest in both, to organise joint sessions with

Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Access in Neonates, Infants, and Children

Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Access in Neonates, Infants, and Children

Nicola Disma and Mauro Pittiruti | Members Paediatric Scientific Subcommittee
nicoladisma@tin.it

The Pre-Congress Course on Paediatric Vascular Access is specifically designed to provide a literature update and practical information on vascular access in children. Physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals will learn how to use ultrasound to improve success rates and patient care, minimizing short- and long-term complications when central, peripheral, and peripheral-central line

Myocardial Injury After Non-cardiac Surgery (MINS)

Myocardial Injury After Non-cardiac Surgery (MINS)

Daniel I. Sessler | Department of Outcomes Research, Cleveland Clinic, United States
ds@or.org

About 250 million patients worldwide have non-cardiac surgery each year, and roughly 3 million die within a month of surgery. Postoperative myocardial infarctions occur in 8% of surgical inpatients over the age of 45 years.1 The 30-day mortality is a remarkable 10%.2 This makes postoperative infarctions by far the leading cause of unexpected death within a month after otherwise routine

London Euroanaesthesia 2016 – History of Anaesthesia Session

London Euroanaesthesia 2016 – History of Anaesthesia Session

David Wilkinson | WFSA President
lorikeet08@gmail.com

Every year at Euroanaesthesia there is a symposium on the history of anaesthesia that tries to focus on the country and city in which the meeting takes place. This focus on history is usually augmented by a separately organised exhibition of anaesthesia apparatus and medication, which is normally sited close to the trade exhibition. Euroanaesthesia 2016 is no different in this respect and will have a display of apparatus set up by the Heritage team of the

Euroanaesthesia Highlights and Innovations: Start Planning!

Euroanaesthesia Highlights and Innovations: Start Planning!

Charles Marc Samama | Chair Scientific Committee
charlesmarc.samama@esahq.org

Euroanaesthesia London 2016 will be different from previous Euroanaesthesia meetings.

First of all, the format is new. Friday 27 May is fully booked with pre-congress courses and Specialist Societies meetings. The scientific programme has been rearranged to fit into three full days

The World Federation Societies of Anesthesiologists (WFSA) Symposium at Euroanaesthesia, May 30, 2016 @10:30-12:00

The World Federation Societies of Anesthesiologists (WFSA) Symposium at Euroanaesthesia, May 30, 2016 @10:30-12:00

Title: ‘Essential Surgery and Anaesthesia care in Patients Suspected of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)’. Co-Chairs: Professor Philippe Scherpereel (Lille, France) and Professor Davy Cheng (London, Canada).

1. Impact of EVD on surgery and anaesthesia care (Dr. Meena Cherian, Geneva Switzerland)
2. Lessons learned from EVD management by perioperative healthcare workers (Dr. Jenny Stedmon, Brisbane, Australia)

Euroanaesthesia is coming to London!

Euroanaesthesia is coming to London!

Euroanaesthesia is coming to London!

28 – 30 May 2016
Registration opens 18 November 2015
Abstract submissions 01 November – 15 December 2015

After Euroanaesthesia … from an intensivist

After Euroanaesthesia … from an intensivist

Jean-Louis Vincent
President, World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM)
jlvincen@ulb.ac.be

I’ve had the privilege of attending and speaking at meetings

Minutes of the General Assembly 2015

Minutes of the General Assembly 2015

The General Assembly of the ESA took place in the CityCube Berlin, Germany on Sunday 31 May 2015 during Euroanaesthesia 2015 congress of the Society. The meeting was chaired by Daniela Filipescu, ESA President. Welcome and approval of the minutes of the 2014 General Assembly

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