FACE TO FACE WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
ASPA 2022 ISTANBUL PERIOPERATIVE PAEDIATRIC LIFE SUPPORT (PPLS) Workshop
Paediatric mortality is an outcome measure of safety in paediatric anaesthesology. Guidelines and practical tips applicable in perioperative environment are included in this workshop, along with practical case scenarios useful in providing knowledge and skills necessary for management of perioperative paediatric crises.
ASPA has been organising Perioperative Paediatric Life Support (PPLS) workshops in Asian countries, since 2017. PPLS course includes lectures, interactive and skills sessions related to perioperative paediatric crises, e.g. cardiac arrest, desaturation, bleeding, airway, arrythmias, bronchospasm and management
The workshops are open to all, including nurses, residents, occasional paediatric anaesthesiologists, anaesthetists, as well as to anaesthesia nurse/technicians. The aim is to teach how to manage successfully the perioperative paediatric crises especially for those anaesthesia providers who do not anesthetise children everyday.
PPLS courses will be held on:
8-9 October: Online (English)
14 October: Face-to-face (Turkish and English)
Local Faculty: Canan Bor, Sibel Barış, Berrin Işık, Özgür Canbay, Bahanur Çekiç, Gaye Aydın, Tümay Umuroğlu, Elvan Öçmen, Cengiz Şahutoğlu, Pınar Kendigelen, Feray Gürsoy, Duygu Kara, D. Gül İnal, Emre Sahillioğlu, Z Serpil Ustalar Ozgen, Koray Erbüyün, Çiğdem Tütüncü, Mine Çelik, Ateş Duman, Zehra Hatipoğlu
Faculty: Agnes Ng, Usha Nair, Felicia Lim, Evangeline Lim, Andi Ade Ramlan, Teddy Fabila, Pichaya Waitaminyu, Erlinda Oracion, Suneerat Kongsayreepong,Wynette Tayao, Vibhari Naik, Lee Shuying
Number of Attendees per workshop:
Online 24 participants
Face to Face: 24 Attendees
ASPA 2022 STANBUL PAEDIATRIC DIFFICULT AIRWAY (PDA) WORKSHOP
This workshop is for all grades of anaesthetists, juniors as well as seniors wishing to refresh and update skills in managing patients with a difficult airway as well as for paediatric intensivists and neonatalogists who want to increase their skills in airway management. The course aims to provide practical and hands on experience in techniques outlined in the current guidelines and in a variety of other advanced airway management skills both online and face to face.
Specific objectives of the workshop;
1. Identify and predict the difficult airway, recognize the unanticipated difficult and failed airway in paediatric patients
2. Determine the evidence based latest guidelines, contemplate how and when the guidelines used for management of difficult and failed airway
3. Recall the basic skills to manage a paediatric airway
4. Review the medications used during airway management; advantages and hazards
5. Perform hands-on bag mask ventilation, supraglottic device, rapid sequence intubation, awake intubation, cricothyrotomy, needle cricothyrotomy in paediatric patients
6. Recall several types of airways, laryngeal mask airways, cuffed vs uncuffed endotracheal tubes, advantages and damage caused
7. Select the necessary devices and techniques, when and how to use them, be able to plan management of difficult and failed airway scenarios
8. Recall communication and team work, crisis management to optimize difficult airway management
It is intended to give our attendees hands on experience and to share our expertise. Airway specialist consultant paediatric anaesthetists will present short lectures before you can practice with difficult airway devices and techniques. The management of real paediatric difficult airway cases will be discussed in small groups giving everyone a chance to share experiences. Keeping in mind the current status all around the world, the workshop is planned to be both virtual and face-to-face.
Workshop stations include;
Basics in paediatric airway management (tips and tricks), supraglottic airway devices, videolaryngoscopy, fiberoptic intubation, one-lung ventilation, tracheal tubes and cuffs, cricothyroidotomy, FONA
Faculty: Kamil Toker, Rebecca Jacob, Josef Holzki, Josephine Tan, Elsa Varghese, Ulufer Sivrikaya, Yunus Oktay Atalay, Christian Hönemann, Chinyere Ebguta, Rakhee Goyal, Julide Sayın Kart, Z Serpil Ustalar Ozgen, Keira Mason, İlkben Günüşen, Gene Ong, Saeedah Asaf, Antigona Hasani, Olivia Wijeveera, Patcharee Sriswasdi, Sevim Cesur
Venue: Online and Face to Face-Hands-On at University of Acibadem, CASE LAB
Course Date: 14.10.2022
Number of Attendees: 35 participants
Duration: 08.00-16.00 (Lunch Provided)
ASPA 2022 ISTANBUL Paediatric Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Workshop
Point-of-Care Ultrasound Workshop is intended to teach hands-on experience to the participants with portable ultrasound. This workshop is planned to be offered in a traditional, in-person course or as a hybrid-ultrasound course in case travel restrictions apply.
Faculty: CIGDEM TUTUNCU- ZEHRA HATIPOGLU- DEMET ALTUN- MUHAMMED BABUR RAFIQUE- KAREN BORETSKY- JIN TAE - DENIS SURKOV - GENE ONG -TURKAN KUDSIOGLU-Z SERPIL USTALAR OZGEN
Date: 14 October 2022
Place: University of Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar, CASE LABs
Number of Participants: 24 attendees, 6 people for each station
Total Time for the workshop: 4.5 hours
- Fundamental principles of ultrasound technology and basic operation of a portable ultrasound machine
- Techniques to perform focused diagnostic ultrasound examinations at the bedside, including imaging of the lungs, stomach, and the airway.
- Indications, basic protocols, and limitations of paediatric bedside ultrasound imaging
- Practice interpretation of normal and abnormal ultrasound images of the paediatric airway, lungs, and stomach
- Maximum hands-on practice scanning with live models
- Basics of ultrasound technology 15 min
- Indications, basic protocols, and limitations of paediatric POCUS 15 min
- Ultrasound guided PEEP adjustment Denys Surkov 15 min
- Airways ultrasound as a part of difficult airways protocol Denys Surkov 15 min
Stations 30 min each station
I. Airway POCUS Muhammed Babur Rafique-Demet Altun
II. Gastric POCUS Jin Tae - Cigdem Tutuncu
III. Pulmonary POCUS Karen Boretsky-Zehra Hatipoglu
IV. TEE- Cardiac Basics Denys Surkov- Turkan Kudsioglu - Gene Ong
Lecture notes, suggested readings, and Pre- and post-workshop MCQ’s will be sent to the participants. After the participants reply the post-MCQ and the evaluation forms of the workshop, certificates of attendance will be sent to their e-mail addresses.
PAEDIATRIC REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA WORKSHOP
Regional anaesthesia is an essential part of current paediatric anaesthetic practice, having many significant advantages both for the patient, the caregivers and the hospital. However, despite those well-known and evidence-based advantages, in the daily paediatric anaesthetic practice, regional anaesthesia is still infrequently applied. This workshop is designed to emphasize our knowledge on the topic, to learn tips and tricks, safety concerns from experts (‘giants’) all over the world, and to gain confidence by practicing hands-on. The only bad point of this workshop is that we have only limited place for attendance. ‘First come first serve’ strategy has to applied.
Faculty: Adrian Bosenberg, Vrushali Ponde, Karen Boretsky, Irfan Suleman, Sandeep Diwan, Sarah Tariq, Aki Uemura (Online), Masahiro Yagihara (Online), Yavuz Gürkan, Ismet Topcu, Pinar Kendigelen, Fatma Saricaoglu, Alparslan Kuş, İlker İnce, Gözen Öksüz, Koray Erbuyun, İlke Küpeli, Ufuk Yörükoğlu, Vrushali Ponde, Mahin Seyedhejazi, Sevim Cesur, Amjad Maniar
Duration: 8 hours
Place: University of MAA Acibadem CASE Lab.s
Number of participants: 32
This workshop will be in 3 sessions
First session: Lectures
Each faculty will present an assigned block. It should be for 5-8 minutes, included anatomy, sonoanatomy, and performing the block.
Second Session: Live Scanning on standardized patients; assign a station with ultrasound and standardized patient and scan your assigned block.
Third Session: Needle prob coordination on phantom
On the same station, standart patients are replaced with phantoms and the same assigned block,will be taught.
ASPA 2022 ISTANBUL PAEDIATRIC DIFFICULT VASCULAR ACCESS WORKSHOP (P-DIVA)
Placement of vascular access in awake or anesthesthetized infants has always been
challenging to some of us. In this Paediatric Difficult Access Workshop (P-DIVA), the attendees will learn the knowledge, skills, techniques, care and complications of paediatric vascular access through interactive lectures and hands-on stations at which they will be able to experience insertion of intraosseous lines, peripheral and central venous lines, short and long-term catheters and will learn how to avoid potential harms and pitfalls of vascular access in neonates and children. There will also be sessions how to obtain best results with use of ultrasound, which device to use, how to insert the needle and solve the problems.
The workshop is open to anyone who wants to learn and advance his skills in paediatric vascular access, from nurses, anesthesia technicians to neonatologists, pediatricians, anaesthetists, residents.
Organizing Faculty: Vibhavari Naik, Muhammed Babur Rafique, Ekta Rai, Çimen Olguner, Filiz Üzümcügil, Dilek Altun, İ Ezgi İnce, Hatice Türe, Z. Serpil Ustalar Özgen, Ahsan Quadeer, Hande Gürbüz, Derya Karasu, Ezgi Aytaç, Murat Haliloğlu.
Number of Attendees: 40 participants
Duration: 5 hours
Venue: University of MAA Acibadem, CASE Lab.s