28th ESRA R.A. Cadaver Workshop


28th ESRA R.A. CADAVER WORKSHOP

Date: 25- 26​​ May 2018

​Venue: Madrid, Spain

  • You will practice the regional anaesthesia techniques with Thiel cadavers. The Thiel cadaver have a good flexibility, tissue elasticity, color, texture, ultrasound images, similar like a human model ideal to use for some regional anesthesia ultrasound guide training
  • More than 20 hours of intensive practice.
  • Thiel cadavers; one per group of work.  
  • Workshops will be 95% practical.
  • We use the Spin-up Learning System (Training method). The New approach for learning of the Ultrasound-Guided regional anesthesia techniques.
  • This is an innovative methodology of teaching that motivates students to do research and debate through the practice of regional anaesthesia training in 360º
  • In our courses the students learn and practice ultrasound regional anesthesia, but they do not come to the course to see how others do it. All students go through the work stations on several occasions; having the opportunity to build their pyramidal knowledge, correct their errors, bring up their concerns. We have a continuous feedback, and our professors teach one by one. In our course we expect the best professors in Spain.
  • Lectures: We use lecture only when it is necessary. Students prefer more practical workshop than theory lectures.
  • Authorisation to take photos. As part of our internal police, all participants in courses organized by UltraDissection Group can take photos or ask the course organizers to take the photos they'd like. We ask, however, that in public or professional use, they provide full credit to our work: date, course name, and location (Autonomous University of Madrid). We think t​hat this possibility is unique for the participants since it allows them to use the photos in their research and in published articles. 


ACCREDITATION STATEMENT AND CREDIT DESIGNATION 

European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (UEMS/EACCME)
An application will be made to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for CME accreditation of this event. The EACCME is an institution of the European ​Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS): www.uems.net.

American Medical Association (AMA)
Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/go/internationalcme.

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognized by the UEMS-EACCME for ECMEC credits are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. For more information, visit: www.royalcollege.ca


COMMITMENT TO THE HIGHEST STANDARDS IN CME/CPD

Kenes is committed to being a valuable and knowledgeable partner in the design and delivery of educationally strong, independent, transparent, and effective CME/CPD programmes. Kenes is a proud member of the Good CME Practice Group (gCMEp), a member organisation contributing to improving health outcomes by:

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  • Championing best practice in CME/CPD
  • Maintaining and improving standards
  • Mentoring and educating
  • Working in collaboration with critical stakeholders

Membership in the Good CME Practice Group illustrates Kenes commitment to high standards and knowledgeable partnership with its clients in the design and delivery of medical events. 


WORKSHOP V​​​ENUE

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: Facultad de Medicina
Ninguna reseña · Facultad de medicina Calle Arzobispo Morcillo, 4 · 914 97 54 86​
To see the address on the map,​ click here.

DIRECTIONS

Entrance for the course by, Instituto de Ciencias Biomédicas Arturo Duperier street, s/n
Metro Line 10 (color blue), Metro station Begoña
Bus lines; 67, 125, 132,134 y 135


LIABILITY AND INSURANCE

​​​The Congress Secretariat and Organisers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of participants and accompanying persons. Participants are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for their trip.


ACCOMMODATION

Travel agencies: 
vtp@viajestuplan.com
www.viajestuplan.com​

B​elow are a list of hotels within a distance of 5-15 minutes from the Venue
Eurostar Madrid Tower Hotel 
Hotel Via Castellana
Hotel TRYP Madrid Chamartin​
​G.S.M. Hoteles
​Hotel 4C Puerta Europa
​​To discover Madrid, click here


As on December 3, 2017

28th RA CADAVER WORKSHOP


Friday, 25 May 2018


 

08:00 - 08:30 Breakfast & Registration

08:30 – 08:50 Welcome Dr. Paul Kessler . MD, PhD,  ESRA Council. Chair ESRA Workshops Orthopaedic University Hospital Friedrichsheim (GERMANY) and MARIO FAJARDO. MD Workshop Coordinator , Chairman of UltraDissection Group

 

Hands-On Training: Cadavers & Live Models Stations, both with the utilization of Ultrasound to perform single injection and continuous nerve blocks as follows:

8 Cadavers & 8 Live Models Stations    9 Rotations (4 to 6 people each)

 

Each group will remain at each station for 1 hour: 30 minutes on cadavers and 30 minutes on models.

 

  • WORKSHOP 1 Fundamental of ultrasound techniques.

STATION 1 - How to Improve needle visibility?

Rajendra Kumar Sahoo, MD   Morning and Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 2 Brachial plexus, US blocks above the clavicle.

STATION 2 - Interscalene US guide-block. Supraclavicular block.

David Nystad, MD   Morning                           Vsevolod Lykhind, MD   Afternoon

  • WORKSHOP 3 Brachial plexus, US blocks below the clavicle.

STATION 3 - Infraclavicular block. | Axillary block.

Vsevolod Lykhind, MD   Morning                  Luis Valdés, MD     Afternoon

  • WORKSHOP 4 Upper limb peripheral nerve block and cervical plexus blocks.

STATION 4 - Cervical plexus block (including supra-clavicular nerves) ,suprascapular nerve and axillary circumflex nerve block.

Luis Valdés, MD   Morning                                               David Nystad, MD   Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 5 Anterior lumbar plexus blocks.

STATION 5 - Femoral nerve block. | Fascia iliacus block. | saphenous nerve & adductor canal  block, lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh (LCNTH), femoral cutaneous and obturator nerves (ant / post branches)

Paul Kessler, MD Morning                                                Axel Sauter, MD   Afternoom

 

  • WORKSHOP 6 Posterior lumbar plexus and sacral plexus blocks.

STATION 6 - US-guided Lumbar plexus block (paramedian longitudinal,transverse & shamrock)

Axel Sauter, MD Morning                                 Paul Kessler, MD Aferternoom

STATION 7 - Sciatic nerve blocks parasacral, gluteal and subgluteal, anterior approach & popliteal approach

Mario Fajardo, MD Morning                             Carlos Yarnoz, MD   Afternoom

 

  • WORKSHOP 7 - Lower limb peripheral nerve blocks.

 

STATION 8 - Ankle block (tibial nerve, superficial peroneal nerve, deep peroneal nerve & sural nerve).

Alain Delbos, MD   Morning                            Elena Segura, MD Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 8 - Diaphragmatic evaluation after interscalene block

 

STATION 9 - Diaphragmatic evaluation after interscalene block

Borja Quintana, MD   Morning                        Santiago Domenech, MD   Afternoon

 

 

 

SCHEDULE OF ROTATIONS

 

 

ROTATION 1SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING09:00 – 09:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS09:30 – 10:0030'

 

ROTATION 2SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING10:00 – 10:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS10:30 – 11:0030'

 

Coffee Break11:00 – 11:1515'

 

ROTATION 3SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING11:15 – 11:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS11:45 – 12:1530'

 

ROTATION 4SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING12:15 – 12:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS12:45 – 13:1530'

 

ROTATION 5SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING13:15 – 13:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS13:45 – 14:1530'

 

Lunch14:30 – 16:0045'

 

ROTATION 6SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING16:00 – 16:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS16:30 – 17:0030'

 

ROTATION 7SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING17:00 – 17:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS17:30 – 18:0030'

 

ROTATION 8SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING18:00 – 18:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS18:30 – 19:0030'

 

Coffee Break19:00 – 19:1515'

 

 

ROTATION 9SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING19:15 – 19:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS19:45 – 20:1530'

 

Saturday, 26 May 2018


08:20 - 08:40  Lecture 1 – European Diploma of Regional Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Management (EDRA)  Jose Aguirre, MD 

 

08:40 - 09:00  Lecture 2 –  US-Guided approaches for the peri-operative management of clavicle fractures 

Luis Valdés, MD

 

Hands-On Training: Cadavers & Live Models Stations,

Withthe Utilization of Ultrasound to perform single injection and continuous nerve blocks

as follows:

8 Cadavers & 8 Live Models Stations    8 Rotations (4 to 6 people each)

 

Each group will remain at each station for 1 hour: 30 minutes on cadavers and 30 minutes on models.

  • WORKSHOP 1 Truncal Blocks: Abdominal Wall

STATION 1 - Transversalis fascia  blocks (TAP) - all approaches , Quadratus Lumborum blocks – all approches

Sebastian Bloc, MD   Morning                          Axel Sauter, MD   Afternoon

 

STATION 2 - Rectus Sheath block. | Ilioinguinal& iliohypogastric nerve block.

Axel Sauter, MD   Morning                               Sebastian Bloc, MD   Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 2 Truncal Blocks: Anterior Chest Wall

STATION 3 - PEC´s block, Serratus plane blocks & intercostal nerve block.

Mario Fajardo, MD   Morning                           Ece Yamak, MD / Monir Kabiri, MD   Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 3 Posterior Chest Wall

STATION 4 - US-guided thoracic paravertebral block and erector spinae  (ESP) block  

Elena Segura, MD   Morning                             Rajendra Kumar Sahoo, MD   Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 4 Neuroaxial blocks: Neuroaxial US-guided blocks

STATION 5 – Lumbar sub-arachnoid block (spinal),  Lumbar epidural and Caudal blocks.

Rajendra Kumar Sahoo, MD   Morning              Carlos Yarnoz, MD Afternoon

 

  • WORKSHOP 5 US-assisted Neuroaxial block techniques

STATION 6 - Thoracic paravertebral block, thoracic epidural assessment, Lumbar spinal block - paramedical approach and Taylor approach.   

Jesus De Santiago, MD Morning and afternoon

  • WORKSHOP 6 Continuous peripheral nerve block infusions.

STATION 7 - Continuous peripheral nerve block infusions.

Luis Valdés, MD  Morning                               Vsevolod Lykhind, MD Afternoon

 

STATION 8 - A novel concept for continuous peripheral nerve blocks. Lower limb

Christina Rothe. MD. PhD Morning and afternoon


SCHEDULE OF ROTATIONS

 

 

ROTATION 1SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING09:00 – 09:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS09:30 – 10:0030'

 

ROTATION 2SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING10:00 – 10:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS10:30 – 11:0030'

 

Coffee Break11:00 – 11:1515'

 

ROTATION 3SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING11:15 – 11:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS11:45 – 12:1530'

 

ROTATION 4SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING12:15 – 12:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS12:45 – 13:1530'

 

ROTATION 5SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING13:15 – 13:4530'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS13:45 – 14:1530'

 

Lunch14:30 – 16:0045'

 

ROTATION 6SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING16:00 – 16:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS16:30 – 17:0030'

 

ROTATION 7SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING17:00 – 17:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS17:30 – 18:0030'

 

ROTATION 8SCHEDULEMINUTES
HANDS-ON LIVE MODEL SCANNING18:00 – 18:3030'
HANDS-ON TRAINING CADAVERS18:30 – 19:0030'

 

 

           

                                               

 








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​28TH RA CADAVER WORKSHOP MADRID – FEES: 

CategoryRate inc. VAT
Non-member - RA CAD only-Early€                   760
Non-member - RA CAD only -Late€                   860
ESRA Member - RA CAD only - Early€                   680
ESRA Member - RA CAD only -Late€                   780
Non-member - Combined CAD RA/Pain -Early€               1,100
Non-member - Combined CAD RA/Pain - Late€               1,200
ESRA Member - Combined Cad RA/Pain - Early€               1,050
ESRA Member - Combined CAD RA/Pain -Late€               1,150
Trainee / Student - Combined CAD RA/Pain – Early (ESRA member only)€                   550
Trainee / Student - Combined CAD RA/Pain – Late (ESRA member only)€                   650