Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association
Promoting the highest standards of anaesthetic practice in the care of mother and baby

Cases & Clinical Challenges in Obstetric Anaesthesia

Church House

Wednesday 4 March 2015

A challenging category - caesarean section

0950

Dr Pervez Sultan

Post-partum palsy – don’t always blame the obstetrician

1010

Dr Neville Robinson

NAP3 revisited

1030

Dr Max Damian

DEBATE: This house believes that all women with a BMI of greater than 50

should be delivered by planned caesarean section

Discussion

1050

Dr Robin Russell

Introduction and vote

1130

1130

Proposer

Dr Rupert Gauntlett

1150

Opposer

Mr Pat O’Brien

1210

Debate and vote

Dr Robin Russell

1230

A complicated cardiomyopathy

Dr Elizabeth McGrady

1245

Extubation – two tubes are better than one

Dr David Vaughan

1300

Discussion

DEBATE: This house believes that bedside transthoracic echocardiography is an essential skill for all obstetric anaesthetists in the new millennium

1410

Introduction and vote

Dr Roshan Fernando

1415

Proposer

Dr Erik Sloth

1435

Opposer

Dr David Walker

1455

Debate and vote

Dr Roshan Fernando

1500

A difficult cardiac case

Dr Eckhard Mauermann

1520

Discussion

1600

A case of post-partum ascites

Dr Jeremy Campbell

1620

When the unpredictable happens...

Dr Fleur Roberts

1640

Obstetric haemorrhage – an MBRRACE update

Dr James Bamber

1700

Discussion