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

3 Day Course 2018

Church House, Tuesday 6th November

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09.00

Does spinal anesthesia for CS really confer advantage for mother and baby?

Dr Yehuda Ginosar

09.25

Spinal-anaesthesia induced hypotension: fluid and vasopressors

Prof Marc Van de Velde

09.45

Using uterotonic agents safely & wisely

Dr Chris Elton

10.05

The placenta and its blood supply: implications for intrapartum fetal asphyxia

Dr Yehuda Ginosar

10.25

Discussion

11.00

VBAC and the role of the anaesthetist

Prof Cynthia Wong

11.25

Assessing Regional Blockade for Caesarean Section. Should we be doing it better?
Observations from 2 Case Reports

Dr Adrian England

11.50

A 21st century approach to post CS analgesia

Dr Jane Quinlan

12.15

Discussion

13.15

Pre-eclampsia – new insights for the anaesthetist

Dr Ashraf Habib

13.40

Thrombocytopenia in pregnancy

Dr Sue Pavord

14.05

Key aspects for managing the obese parturient

Dr Ashraf Habib

14.30

Discussion

15.15

A practical approach to management of the PPH

Dr Ove Karlsson

15.35

Massive obstetric haemorrhage:

new strategies and solutions from the laboratory

Prof Peter Collins

15.55

Organisational aspects: Reducing maternal morbidity from PPH research into practice

Dr Rachel Collis

16.20

Discussion

16.30

Maternal mortality and the role of the anaesthetist

Prof Cynthia Wong