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 7 March 2018

DEBATE:

This house believes that in all Category 2 caesarean sections a labour epidural should be removed

and a spinal anaesthetic used instead

Discussion

1035

Dr Richard Stacey

1115

Sickle cell disease in pregnancy

0920

Dr Farrukh Shah &

Dr Ada Ezihe-Ejiofor

Bombay blood

1015

Prof Marc Van de Velde

Opening vote and Proposer

1135

Opposer

Dr Matt Turner

1155

Discussion & closing vote

1210

Maternal collapse

Dr Danny Morland

Withheld for confidentiality

1230

Discussion

1410

Seeking consent for obstetric regional anaesthesia – how much information is enough?

Dr Mark Cox

1420

Consent and obstetric anaesthesia – new perspectives

Dr Steve Yentis

1440

Discussion

1450

Clinical case: ‘Stop before you top-up’

Dr Anoop Surendran

1515

Managing distractions in clinical practice

Mr Wai Yoong &
Ms Viswapriya Sivashanmugarajan

(apologies for the audio quality)

1555

Discussion

DEBATE:

This house believes that videolaryngoscopy should be the first line intubating device in all obstetric general anaesthetics

1620

Opening vote and Proposer

Dr Alistair McNarry

1640

Opposer

Dr David Vaughan

Withheld for confidentiality

1700

Debate and closing vote