Program

Program

Pre-Course Video eLearning

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)

Saturday, November 2, 2019 

7:00 am Registration and Breakfast 
7:15 am Welcome and Introduction

Lectures

7:20 am Upper Limb Scanning Preview  

Upper Limb

Interscalene,  Supraclavicular, Infraclavicular, Suprascapular Nerve, distal at elbow, Axillary Block,  Anatomy, Clinical Scenarios, Ultrasound physics

Hands-On

Learners will be in small working groups categorized as A or B. The course structure enables all learners to address each focused content area via both hands-on live model scanning and cadaver needling.
7:45 am Upper Limb Concurrent Stations

12:00 Break and Transition to Lunch Lectures

Lunch Lecture

12:10 pm  Q & A Review - Upper Limb Labs
12:40 pm  Lower Limb Scanning Preview

Lower Limb

Fascia Iliaca / Supra Inguinal Fascia Iliaca,  Subsartorial / adductor canal distal femoral / Sapheous, Anterior Sciatic / Obturator, Ankle, Popliteal / iPACK,  Anatomy, Clinical Scenarios, Ultrasound physics

Hands-On

Learners will be in small working groups categorized as A or B. The course structure enables all learners to address each focused content area via both hands-on live model scanning and cadaver needling.
1:10 am Lower Limb Concurrent Stations

Lecture

5:35 pm  Q & A Review - Lower Limb Labs

6:00 pm Day 1 Adjournment


Sunday, November 3, 2019 

Breakfast Lecture

7:00 am  Chest and Trunk Scanning Preview

Lower Limb

TAP / Lateral Quadratus Lumborum / Posterior Quadratus Lumborum, Rectus Sheath / Iliohypogastric-Ilioinguinal, Anterior Quadratus Lumborum, PVB Erector Spinae Plane and Retrolaminar Block, PECS / Serratus Anterior, Consolidate/ Review,  Anatomy, Clinical Scenarios, Ultrasound physics

Hands-On

Learners will be in small working groups categorized as A or B. The course structure enables all learners to address each focused content area via both hands-on live model scanning and cadaver needling.
7:35 am Chest and Trunk Concurrent Stations

11:50 Break and Transition to Lunch Lectures

Lunch Lecture

12:00 pm  Q & A Review - Chest and Trunk Labs
1:00 pm   Live scanning with Faculty
1:45 pm  Course Recap and Closing Remarks
2:00 pm   Final Adjournment