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Webinar: Debate on Brain Monitoring

Time: 18.00 to 19.00

 

Webinar Scientific Faculty 

Scientific Faculty Leader 

Dr Joana Berger-Estilita  

eLearning Committee Member, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Consultant, Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy, Inselspital Bern University Hospital, Bern Switzerland 

 

Host 

Prof. Dr Vincent Bonhomme  

Clinical Professor in Anesthesiology, Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, CHU Liège 

And Chair of the ESA Scientific Subcommittee 6 (SSC6)- Neuroanaesthesia 

Principal Investigator, Anesthesia and Intensive Care Laboratory, GIGA-Consciousness, Liège University 

 

Speakers 

Prof. Dr. Chiara Robba 

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Policlinico San Martino,  IRCCS for Oncology and Neuroscience, Genova, Italy 

 

Dr Francisco Lobo 

Anaesthesiology Department – Hospital Geral de Santo António, Portugal 

 

Scientific Support 

Dr Joana Berger-Estilita  

eLearning Committee Member, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Consultant, Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy, Inselspital Bern University Hospital, Bern Switzerland 

 

Target Audience:  

  • Anaesthesiologists, Intensive Care Medicine doctors and Surgeons who want to update their knowledge about perioperative brain monitoring and how to best perform brain monitoring in the perioperative setting 
  • This webinar will be open to anyone who wishes to view it, from whichever country they can access it. 

 

Methods to promote adult active learning: 

This webinar will include:  

  1. Polls: to increase interactivity and engagement. Results from polls will lead to discussions points.   
  1. Q&A sessions: to answer questions brought up by the host and submitted by the audience (in real-time). Questions will be filtered by the support staff to prioritise relevance. 

 

Learning Aim 

  • To discuss the relevance of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in an interactive debate format 

 

After Taking Part 

This webinar will enable the participants to: 

  • List the indications and limitations for brain monitoring during anaesthesia and intensive care 
  • Discuss the relevance of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 
  • Interpret basic patterns of brain monitoring readings 
  • Critically appraise the available literature on brain monitoring devices 

 

Key points  

  • Use of Brain Monitoring in Anaesthesia 
  • Use of Brain Monitoring in Intensive Care 
  • Characteristics and limitations of available devices 

 

Content 

  • Pro/con debate on the relevance of the use of Brain Monitoring in two different clinical settings (Anaesthesia and Intensive Care) 

 

Learning Objectives 

Knowledge to be acquired after attending to this Webinar 

The participant will be able to: 

  • List the indications for brain monitoring during anaesthesia and intensive care 
  • Describe the different available devices for brain monitoring 
  • Identify limitations of different brain monitoring devices 
  • Compare the limitations of Brain Monitoring Devices in different critical care settings 
  • Discuss the relevance of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 

 

Practical skills to be acquired after attending to this Webinar 

This webinar will enable participants to: 

  • Describe the application of different brain monitoring devices to the patient 
  • Interpret basic patterns of brain monitoring readings 

 

Affective skills acquired after attending to this Webinar 

The participant is aware of:  

  • the consequences of the use of brain monitoring (or absence thereof) for the patient in the perioperative period 
  • the overall (ir)relevance of brain monitoring 
  • the limitations and contraindications of specific components of brain monitors 
  • the responsibility in ensuring a well-functional brain monitoring  
  • the level of scientific evidence available on brain monitoring during anaesthesia procedures or intensive care settings 

 

This Webinar is supported by an

unrestricted educational grant from Masimo