The aim of the anaesthesia symposium is to explore areas of clinical importance for all practising anaesthetists.
Patients with heart disease can present on any elective list, and also as emergencies. The event brings together expert cardiologists, anaesthetists, and intensivists, bringing a truly multidisciplinary approach to complex problems making it easier for all of us to better understand the pathophysiology of heart disease and how to manage patients with often complex problems.
The programme will explore a wide range of topics with plenty of opportunities to question the experts, take stock and translate the most recent evidence into our clinical practice for the benefit of our patients.
Where permitted, talks will be recorded and made available to delegates post event. Once registered you will have access to the recorded material for up to six months after the live event. Viewing of the recording will carry the same number of CPD points.
- Preoperative assessment of cardiac patients
- Cancer drugs and heart failure
- Post-covid patients and risk of surgery
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Patients with transplanted hearts
- Heart devices
- Heart disease in pregnancy
- Congenital heart disease
- Coronary disease
- Valvular heart disease
For more information and to book, please visit: https://www.rcoa.ac.uk/events/cardiac-disease-anaesthesia-symposium-0