Did you know, residual paralysis affects 20%-50% of surgical patients undergoing relaxant anaesthesia and contributes to postoperative pulmonary complications (POPC)?
ESAIC has launched its latest Microlearning Module on ESAIC Academy.
This Microlearning Module will teach you strategies to prevent residual paralysis in the OR. Our experts present a step-wise approach based on real patient examples for healthcare professionals to exclude the risk of residual paralysis.
Complete all 3 minimodules of 15 min and earn your 1 CME accreditation!Start Learning Now
Key points/talking points:
- How to guarantee optimal surgical conditions?
- Correct dosing of reversal agents
- Why choose quantitative monitoring?
- Neuromuscular monitoring technique: Electromyography (EMG)
Learn from Scientific Faculty, who answers questions like…
- What is the definition of residual paralysis?
- When do you reverse neuromuscular block?
- Do you always monitor neuromuscular block when using a muscle relaxant?
- Why is it essential to always monitor the neuromuscular block?
- Which is the best equipment to use to monitor neuromuscular block?
What is Microlearning?
Microlearning is a skill-based approach to learning delivering information and education in bite-size pieces! The perfect way to learn while commuting, during your coffee or lunch break or on the go!More Info at ESAIC Academy
This Microlearning Module is sponsored through an unrestricted grant by