1 day course

Intended for:

  • emergency department physicians

Accreditation: depending on attending workshops

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Format: Limited number of participants rotate through all of the ultrasound stations under direction of instructor

Based on: Pre-course registrant suggestions

Equipment used:

This course is offered at the St. Paul’s Emergency Update in BC

Topics covered:

  • New techniques for reducing transfusions in critical patients
  • Includes knobology, basic scanning and needling techniques, and commonly used blocks
  • Advanced lower extremity and truncal, upper extremity and pediatric ultrasound techniques for anesthesiologists familiar with ultrasound regional blocks
Learning objectives:

Procedural skills learned:

Ultrasound techniques and anesthesia experience with knobology, basic scanning and needling techniques, and commonly used blocks

Affiliated with:
Canadian Critical Care Conference (CCCC), Member of organizing committee: Juan Ronco
(Director of the Adult Critical Care Training Program UBC)