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Manifestări însoţite de expoziţia medicală specializată
  , ediţia a 17-a

09 - 13 MAI 2018

Centrul Internațional de Conferințe, Sinaia, România

WORKSHOP NEUROMONITORIZARE

Data: 11 mai 2018
Durata: 14.30 - 16.30
Locație: Sala 6 - Hotel Caraiman

Număr limitat de locuri: 40 participanți 
Taxă de participare: 30 EUR / persoană
Modalitate de înscriere: exclusiv prin completarea formularului de înregistrare disponibil AICI.

Important!
La acest workshop se pot înscrie doar participanții înregistrați la Congresul SRATI 2018 (formular de inregistrare completat si taxa de inregistrare achitata)!
La finalul evenimentului fiecare participant va primi un document electronic de atestare a participării la workshop, fără puncte EMC.
Orele de educație medicală continuă aferente workshopului sunt incluse în punctajul acordat Congresului SRATI 2018.

The brain is our target organ when we talk about general anesthesia. The standard monitors we use to monitor patients do not monitor our target organ, and relay on sympathetic reactions to triggers.

This workshop covers different modalities that monitor the brain. It deals with different aspects of the brain and peripheral nervous system function like brain electric activity, cerebral blood flow and cerebral oxygenation, motor and sensory activity and cranial nerve function. It includes hands-on training from experts and clinical case studies and seeks to give the participants the confidence to use the different brain monitoring modalities and to emphasize the importance of using them. 

Target audience: Anesthesiologists, anesthesia residents, critical care physicians, neurologists.   

The participants will learn the conceptual and practical aspects of intraoperative neuromonitoring.


Program: 
14:30 - 14:50
Knowing how to read the EEG waveform

Orit Nahtomi Shick (Jerusalem, Israel)

The learner will learn how to perform and interpret EEG with EEG based monitors in the operating room. The learner will gain an understanding of the effects of anesthesia on the EEG, and be able to differentiate between different states of sedation and anesthesia. The different forms of EEG presentation like row EEG, spectral EEG, EEG signal quality and EMG interference will be shown. 


14:50 - 15:10
Transcranial Doppler

Violeta Glauber (Ramat Gan, Israel)

Trans-cranial Doppler is a non-invasive vascular duplex test. It evaluates arterial flow distribution, intra-cerebral hemodynamics, and the presence of focal arterial lesions. There will be emphasize on its uses in the operating room and its usefulness as a decision making tool.


15:10 - 15:30
Near-infrared spectroscopy

Orit Nahtomi Shick (Jerusalem, Israel)

Cerebral oximetry by Near-infrared spectroscopy will be presented. Principles of the monitor will be taught and the benefits of its monitoring in the operating room will be emphasized.


15:30 - 15:50
Evoked potentials

Akiva Korn (Tel Aviv, Israel)

The learner will get an understanding of what is somatosensory evoked potentials, motor evoked potentials, EMG and peripheral nerve monitoring and brain stem auditory evoked potentials. An emphasize will be on the effects of different anesthetics on these potentials, the problems the neurophysiologist faces during the operation and the importance of the anesthesiologist role in helping with peripheral nervous system monitoring.


15:50 - 16:30
Hands on and clinical cases