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POCUS – what do you need to know

Time : 7pm CET | Duration : 30mn
Chair : Alexandros Makris 🇬🇷
Speaker : Laurent Delaunay 🇫🇷

Question :
Why do I need to buy a cardiac probe for my ultrasound machine in addition to the linear and abdominal ones ?

The objectives of this presentation are to show, with the help of examples and literature data, the interest of ultrasound for anesthesiologists outside of regional anesthesia and vascular punctures. The Point Of Care UltraSound (POCUS) enables rapid diagnosis in various critical perioperative situations.
Anesthesiologist must be able to realize and interpret a number of whole body ultrasound images :

  • Cardiac
  • Lung
  • Gastric
  • Abdominal FAST
  • Bladder
  • Airway

Target :

  • Anaesthesiologists
  • Residents of anaesthesiology
  • Emergency doctors with and without ultrasound experience outside of regional anaesthesia and vascular punctures

The replay will be availlable on the ESRA Academy for members only.
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Registration is free and available to everyone.
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  • Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom with all the information needed.
  • A reminder will be sent to you 1 day & 1 hour before the live session.
  • During the live session, you are invited to ask your questions to the panel via the Q&A feature on Zoom.

After the live session, ESRA members can watch the replay on the ESRA Academy at any time.
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ESRA is strongly committed to pursue its aims in stimulating research, promoting education, and training anesthetists in Regional Anesthesia, Pain Therapy, PoCUS and Peri-operative care, in Europe and abroad. Due to travelling restrictions and obligation to follow social distancing, we decided to develop and implement ESRA webinars.

ESRA webinars is a new feature of ESRA to overcome these restrictions and deliver optimal and updated information on those specific topics.

ESRA webinars happen every last Thursday of the month at 7pm Paris CET; sessions last 30 to 50 minutes.

Live sessions are free and replays are available on ESRA academy. CME accreditation is in process.

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