May 4th & 5th | 2019
Comprehensive Review of Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance for Anesthesia Providers
Embassy Suites Ridgeland
200 Township Place
Ridgeland, MS 39157
Join us for two days of intense review of Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance. See regional anesthesia and opioid-free anesthesia techniques in a whole new light and take advantage of the hands-on training in a way that only Twin Oaks Anesthesia can provide! Review the agenda and register for this two-day event below.
This opportunity has been made possible through a partnership with Office of Nursing Workforce - Mississippi Board of Nursing. Seats are limited.
This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 16 Class A CE credits.
Code: 1037216 | Exp: 12/31/19
Please note that the 200+ page PDF course material will be provided via email link for download to a device of choice 30 days prior to the scheduled course. A hard copy of the course material will be available as an option to attendees upon request at an additional cost. Twin Oaks Anesthesia is proud to be Green and lessening its carbon footprint as we provide educational services across the country.
Saturday, May 4th | 2019
Comprehensive Review of Peripheral Nerve Blocks
A comprehensive review for anesthesia providers about the current practices of peripheral nerve blocks. This course is designed to provide the foundations of clinical regional anesthesia.
Registration and Continental Breakfast provided
Fundamentals of nerve structure and local anesthetics & Exparel update
Risk Management and ultrasound reimbursement
Fundamentals of ultrasound, knobology, machine use basics plane vs axis needle visualization
Peripheral and central vascular access
Superficial cervical plexus, begin brachial plexus blocks, interscalene
Superclavivcular, infraclavicular, axillary, PECs series, introduction to INTRAPEC
Hands-on station for neck and upper extremity focus
Hands-on station for needle guidance
Sunday, May 5th | 2019
Current Ultrasound Guidance for the Anesthesia Provider
Exposure for anesthesia providers to the basic sciences, current literature, and latest techniques relating to the use of ultrasound in anesthesia practice, allowing the provider the necessary tools to practice safe and up-to-date ultrasound guided procedures.
Sign-in and Continental Breakfast provided
Ultrasound of the neurosis, TAP techniques x 3
Anterior upper leg: vascular and nerve techniques
Sciatic, popliteal, fascia iliaca, saphenous (adductor canal)
Posterior upper thigh nerve blocks
Hands-on station for ultrasound of the spine
Hands-on station for ultrasound of the TAP
Hands-on station for femoral, sciatic, and popliteal
Hands-on station for comprehensive ultrasound practice
We are committed to stay a reasonable amount of time extra to ensure that the hands-on experience skills are ample to fit each attendee. The instructors and presenters vary per course dependent on availability and class size.