Toronto Anesthesia Symposium

Apr 13 – 14, 2019

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7:00am–5:00pm
Symposium

Details

The 2019 Toronto Anesthesia Symposium is taking place in downtown Toronto, April 13-14, 2019. This year’s theme, Anesthesia, current delusions and misconceptions, will bring together experts to discuss our current state of practice and provide clarity and guidance regarding many misconceptions, as presented by invited and local faculty.

Some highlighted topics and goals of the symposium include:

- POCUS in the Obstetric Patient
- Non-Invasive Cardiac Output Monitoring: Is it useful?
- Stop and Think: Peri-operative precautions with the use of opioids
- Cannabis, no worries (in the OR and chronic pain clinic)
- My child needs surgery performed under general anesthesia – what questions should I be asking?
- Fluid Responsive vs. Hypovolemic: Hypothetical Cases
- Airway Ultrasound in Surgical Airways

 Saturday morning is devoted to eight unique topics presented by experts in their field, while Saturday afternoon provides the opportunity for engaging discussion during the very relevant PBL topics. Sunday morning provides a diverse choice in workshops which will sharpen your skills necessary for current and future challenges.

Location

MaRS Discovery District
101 College Street
Toronto
M5G 1L7

Contact

Continuing Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
416-946-0987
2019-04-13 11:00:00 2019-04-14 21:00:00 UTC Toronto Anesthesia Symposium The 2019 Toronto Anesthesia Symposium is taking place in downtown Toronto, April 13-14, 2019. This year’s theme, Anesthesia, current delusions and misconceptions, will bring together experts to discuss our current state of practice and provide clarity and guidance regarding many misconceptions, as presented by invited and local faculty.Some highlighted topics and goals of the symposium include:- POCUS in the Obstetric Patient- Non-Invasive Cardiac Output Monitoring: Is it useful?- Stop and Think: Peri-operative precautions with the use of opioids- Cannabis, no worries (in the OR and chronic pain clinic)- My child needs surgery performed under general anesthesia – what questions should I be asking?- Fluid Responsive vs. Hypovolemic: Hypothetical Cases- Airway Ultrasound in Surgical Airways Saturday morning is devoted to eight unique topics presented by experts in their field, while Saturday afternoon provides the opportunity for engaging discussion during the very relevant PBL topics. Sunday morning provides a diverse choice in workshops which will sharpen your skills necessary for current and future challenges. 101 College Street - MaRS Discovery District facmed.registration@utoronto.ca
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