POSTPONED TO AUTUMN 2021 DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS – NEW DATE TO BE CONFIRMED
Learn ultrasound guided nerve blocks for analgesia of the neck & shoulder, upper & lower limb, and the trunk at an advanced level.
The advanced curriculum is for the specialist anaesthesiologist who works with ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia on a daily basis and performs the basic nerve blocks routinely and who wants to master a more comprehensive selection of nerve blocks.
All advanced ultrasound guided nerve blocks are also performed using ultrasound guided nerve localisation, a high-frequency linear probe, in-plane needle approach, and short-axis target nerve visualisation.
Time: 9.45 am – 4 pm (Exact programme for the day to be sent out approx. 1 month before the course)
- Superficial cervical plexus block
- Deep cervical plexus block
- Axillary nerve block
- Suprascapular nerve block (neck & fossa supraspinatus)
- Thoracic longus nerve block
- Intercostobrachial nerve block
- Median nerve block elbow/wrist
- Ulnar nerve block elbow/wrist
- Radial nerve block midhumeral/elbow
- Musculocutaneous nerve block
- Intercostal nerve block
- Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve block
- Obturator nerve blocks
- Genitofemoral nerve block
- Posterior femoral cutaneous nerve block
- Ankle block
- PECS blocks
- Serratus plane block
- Fascia transversalis plane block
- Rectus sheath block
- Fascia iliaca compartment block
- Caudal block
- Thoracic paravertebral block
- Quadratus lumborum block
Faculty: Thomas Fichtner Bendtsen
Certificate: A certificate is issued after the course.
Precourse qualifications: Previous participation in a USabcd Basic Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia course or similar is required.
The e-learning is available immediately in your USabcd account after registration.
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