Workshops

Ultrasound Guided Procedures for the Emergency Physician

“More Success, less complications”

Thursday 10.30 – 12.00 and 13.00 – 14.30h

Room: 558 and 559

The use of point-of-care ultrasound by Emergency Physicians in guiding invasive procedures is growing rapidly. It is essential to work safely, while adapting to the new possibilities that ultrasound guided procedures offer. During this workshop you will learn to perform ultrasound guided peripheral and central venous access, and upper & lower extremity nerve blocks.

Do not miss this opportunity to practice new skills on realistic phantoms, in small groups by experienced staff.

Part 1 Ultrasound guided vascular access

  • Peripheral intravenous line placement
  • Central venous line placement

Part 2 Ultrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks

  • Upper extremity: medial, ulnar and radial nerve
  • Lower extremity: femoral, tibial and ischiatic nerve

Faculty:

Dr. Creagh Boulger, Rachel Liu, Ingvar Berg, Prem Sukul, Joram Stollman, Diane Peijs-Kuiper, Petra Buizert, Yvonne Admiraal-van de Pas, Gert-Jan Mauritz, Paul van Overbeeke, Nasim Azizi, Vincent Rietveld

Cerebrale CT: kopzorgen tussen eb en vloed?

Thursday 10.30 – 12.00 and 13.00 – 14.30h

Room: 530

The cases range from lack of flow (ischemia – how to detect and when to reperfuse or not to reperfuse) to flooding of the brain (hemorrhages and hyperperfusion in CT perfusion).

Linda (A.A.) Jacobi-Postma is a neuro- and headneck radiologist, working at the university Hospital of Maastricht. Next to her clinical tasks she is appointed to the school of Mental Health and Neuroscience and she is program director of the Radiology and Nuclear Medicine residency. She is education minded and chair of the dutch educational ‘sandwichcursus’ committee. She has a broad view on neuro- and headneck radiology and imaging. Her special interests are neuro-oncology, stroke, skull base and vertigo. She will give workshops on acute neurology, especially focused on CT scans of the brain. This ranges from easy to challenging scans. The audience is stimulated to participate actively.

Faculty: Linda Jacobi-Postma

RSI in the ED

Friday 10.30 – 12.00 and 13.00 – 14.30h

Room: 535

In this interactive workshop you will be setting yourself up for succes. You will be working on microskills in airway management and learn about sensible drug choices. You will be able to predict a difficult airway and alter your strategy based on your assessment. Finally, you will work on your leadership skills to make it all happen.

Faculty: Femke Geijsel, Jasper Rebel, Floor Frenkel, Ninke Barneveld Binkhuysen and Esmee Smits

De nieuwe meldcode met het afwegingskader in de praktijk

Friday 10.30 – 12.00 and 13.00 – 14.30h

Room: 530

What is your experience with the new Dutch "Meldcode kindermishandeling en huiselijk geweld"? A new "afwegingskader" has been added to step 5, do you know how to use it?
In this workshop we will talk about what has been changed, and how that effects our daily practice. Using actual cases we will discuss the best way to handle it.
Off course there will be enough opportunity for you to ask your questions and discuss the cases you already encountered.

Faculty: Dayenne Caris, Judith Hoefnagels, Anneloes Niesink en Martine Zwols

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