EDRA Part I

Prerequisites:

To access the full prerequisites, click here!

 

How it works:

Where? Doha, Qatar, during the 2nd Qatar Interventional Pain Conference
When? Friday, 28 April 2017
Registrations are now open, click here to apply

 

Where? Singapore, during the SSA General Scientific Meeting & ASNACC Congress
When? Friday, 18 August 2017
Applications open on 1 May 2017

 

Where? Indore, India, during the AORA meeting
When? Saturday, 9 September 2017
Applications open on 1 May 2017

 

Where? Lugano, Switzerland during the ESRA Annual Congress
When? Wednesday, 13 September 2017, 14:00-16:00
Applications open on 1 May 2017

 

What? 100 multiple-choice questions in a period of 2 hours
Click here to access a sample of questions

 

Syllabus

Anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology related to regional anaesthesia (including common concomitant diseases like diabetes, chronic lung disease, bleeding disorders, etc.).
Pharmacology of drugs commonly used in regional anaesthesia and acute pain management.
Basic statistics
Methods and strategies in regional anaesthesia and pain therapy for:
gynaecology / obstetrics, children, elderly, trauma, acute and perioperative pain

Procedureoriented regional anaesthesia and postoperative pain management

Application of regional anaesthesia for surgically oriented procedures

Performance of neural blockades, including neuraxial and peripheral nerve blocks and catheter techniques

Advantages / disadvantages, risks / benefits, and indications / contraindications for regional techniques

Management of complications and side effects of neuraxial and peripheral nerve blocks, including management of failed block

Sedation in regional anaesthesia

Surgical site infiltration technique

Equipment, e.g., nerve stimulator, ultrasound, needles and perineural catheters

Attitudes and behaviour of the examinee while performing regional anaesthesia

>>Extended syllabus

 

Topic allocation

  • Anatomy, 30%
    • Includesneuraxial blocks, peripheral blocks, and sono anatomy
  • Basic statistics,approx. 3%
  • Perioperative and acute pain,approx 10%
  • Pharmacology and sedation, 20%
  • Physics and equipment, 5%
  • Physiology andpysiopathology, 10%
  • Procedures, surgery and RA techniques,approx 10%
  • Complications and side effects, 10%
  • Specific patient groups, about 10%
    • Includes trauma, elderly, obstetrics, paediatrics, and obesity

 

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