Oxford 2 Day USGRA Course 2013-

This will be held on thursday 13th-friday14th June 2013 at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford. For a course flyer and application pack please download this document.


Oxford Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Courses

Oxford ultrasound regional anaesthesia course

These practical courses are aimed at anaesthetists both (trainees and consultants) wishing to improve their skills in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia. Each workshop is 2 hours in duration and runs from 17:30-19:30 once every two months. It comprises lectures, tutorials and workshops covering all commonly used regional techniques clinical and practical hands-on workshops.

Participants will have exposure to scan the relevant anatomy for each session on live models and also have access to practice needling techniques on the latest computer simulation programme and phantom models.

Expert Consultant clinicians experienced in Ultrasound guided regional anaesthetic techniques will deliver this training.



Ultrasound regional anaesthesia trainingParticipants are limited to 10, with 2 ultrasound machines available to allow intensive training in ultrasound techniques and US guided needle placement in models. There is no fee associated with this training. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis. Preference will be given to oxford deanery trainees however if there is capacity then you are also welcome to attend

Venue: Theatre Suite, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

Meeting organisers: Dr Mark Crowley and Dr Imran Mohammad
To book please contact Dr Imran Mohammad via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it




Sonoanatomy demonstrated at the elbow and the writst demonstrating positions of the median, radial and then ulnar nerves. These can be blocked as rescue blocks to augment a promimal brachial plexus block or in combination for post operative analgesia.


Tap block with audio commentary showing an in plane approach.

A video recording of an ankle block performed under US guidance using an inplane technique
 
A lateral to medial in plane short axis technique for interscalene nerve block