Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Cadaver Course

Detailed program coming soon.

Pre-course Video eLearning (required):

Registration includes mandatory eLearning of approximately 5.25 hours of video instruction; completion is required prior to attending. Access information will be sent to paid participants beginning XXXXXX. 

  1. Basic Ultrasound and Needling Approaches 
  2. Ultrasound Physics, Artifacts, Pitfalls, and Complications – Part 1 
  3. Ultrasound Physics, Artifacts, Pitfalls, and Complications – Part 2
  4. General Introduction, Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks- Are They Better Than Nerve Stimulation?
  5. Upper Limb Nerve Block Options and Evidence Supporting Their Use 
  6. Lower Limb Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Safety  
  7. Sono-Anatomy and Techniques for Truncal and Chest: Part 1
  8. Sono-Anatomy and Techniques for Truncal and Chest: Part 2
  9. Billing and Documentation in Different Jurisdictions 
  10. Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity (LAST)

In-person program:

Learners will be divided into small working groups to maximize opportunity to address each focused content area via both hands-on live model scanning and cadaver needling.

  • Lower Limb: Femoral and Adductor
  • Abdomen: Rectus Sheath and TAP
  • Upper Limb: Interscalene and Supraclavicular, Infraclavicular and Axillary
  • Spine, and Chest: Lumbar Spinal and Epidural, Erector Spinae, PECs
  • Advanced Upper Limb: Suprascapular, Shoulder Block Options, Distal Upper Limb, New Infraclavicular Approaches
  • Advanced Lower Limb: Proximal Sciatic, Anterior Sciatic, Obturator, Ankle Block
  • Advanced Chest and Spine: PVB, Serratus, Intercostal
  • Advanced Abdominal: QL Lateral and Anterior, Subcostal TAP
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