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Scientific Program 2018-08-09T02:56:02+00:00

Scientific Program Released

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SATURDAY 6 OCTOBER
ASA Best Poster moved to 1545-1715, Room E2.
New Concurrent Stream 1315-1515, Room E2.
The individual with an addiction disorder, Dr Vicky Cock. No longer presenting at the ASA NSC 2018.
New SGD: 23 1415-1515, Riverbank 3.
Masterclass 2: Mechanical ventilation – making sense of the machine will now be presented by Dr Simon Hockley.
Trainee Poster Presentation moved to Trainee Lunch, Panorama Suite, Sunday 7 October 1245-1400
Workshop 5: Feedback – the role of the recipient will now be presented by Prof. Kirsty Forrest only.
Masterclass 2: Mechanical ventilation – making sense of the machine will now be presented at the Drager booth – numbers 5 & 6.
SGD 23: Transoral airway surgery: avoiding the pitfalls and perils will now be on at 1545-1645, Riverbank 3.

SUNDAY 7 OCTOBER
Plenary Session 2: Longterm brain dysfunction after anesthesia and surgery – what we know and what we want to know will now be chaired by Dr Rod Mitchell.

MONDAY 8 OCTOBER
SGD 16: Anaesthesia for major maxillofacial surgery, Dr Richard Grutzner. Moved to 1600-1700, Riverbank 4.
SGD 22: The dilemma of small-town and private bariatric anaesthesia, Dr Richard W. Watts. Moved to 1030-1130, Riverbank 1.
VCV 500 x 10 – time to rethink the default settings? will now be presented by Dr Simon Hockley.
Fibreoptic, rigid and flexible bronchoscopy will also be presented by Dr Jan Akervall.
Tracheostomy and ultrasound of the neck will also be presented by Dr Jan Akervall.

TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER
Welfare of Anaesthetists SIG will now be presented by Prof Drew Dawson (Fatigue), Dr Bethan Richards (Physicians Welfare), and Dr Caitlin Weston (Churchill Fellowship).
Editor’s Session additional 3 presentations have been included by Dr Guy Ludbrook, Dr Tracey Tay, and Dr Ian Seppelt.