The New NRFit™ Connectors – Are You Prepared for the Conversion? (non-CME)
Free Webinar Supported by Industry - Pajunk Medical Systems
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Join Pajunk Medical Systems for a discussion on converting to the NRFit™ connectors at your facility. NRFit is a new, dedicated connector for neuraxial and regional block devices defined by ISO 80369-6 to improve patient safety. Devices with NRFit connectors are not compatible with Luer connectors, thereby reducing the risk of misconnections in regional anesthesia and preventing wrong route medication errors that may lead to fatal outcomes. Dr. Carl Hillermann, from the United Kingdom, and Dr. Robert Zanner, from Germany, will discuss their experiences and best practices converting from Luer to NRFit connectors at their facilities. There will be a Q&A session at the end, moderated by Dr. Sean Gamble, from the United States.
Sean J. Gamble, MD, joined Valley Anesthesiology and Pain Consultants and began practicing pediatric anesthesia
and pain medicine at the Phoenix Children's Hospital in 2018, following the completion of his combined fellowship training in comprehensive pediatric and adult pain medicine through the Harvard Medical System. While in Boston, he received extensive
training in the management of patients with diverse pain conditions and the procedures necessary for the treatment of their pain. It was during his residency and subsequent pediatric anesthesiology training however, where he developed his passion
for taking care of pediatric patients.
Carl Hillermann, FRCA, DA(SA), graduated from the University of Pretoria in 1994 and trained in anesthesia
in both the United Kingdom and South Africa. He is a consultant anesthetist at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, with a special interest in airway management and regional anesthesia. He is involved in medical education at both the undergraduate
and post graduate level.
Robert Zanner, MD, is a senior physician at the Clinic for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, at the
Klinikum rechts der Isar of the Technical University of Munich.
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