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Conference Agenda

  • Registration
  • Conference opening
  • Introduction to Vet BLUE Lung Ultrasound

    Greg Lisciandro

  • Coffee break
  • Practical Applications of Vet BLUE to the Respiratory and Perioperative Patient

    Greg Lisciandro

  • Coffee break
  • Are the loco-regional anaesthesia techniques better then systemic analgesia? Principles, applications and evidence based medicine.

    Maja Drożdżynska

  • Dinner

    (optional, not included in the standard package and paid for separately)

  • Techniques and equipment used for loco-regional anaesthesia

    Maja Drożdżynska

  • Coffee break
  • Ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks of the forelimb

    Maja Drożdżynska

  • Coffee break
  • Introduction to TFAST for Pericardial and Pleural Effusion and Its Echo Views – Image Acquisition

    Greg Lisciandro

  • Coffee break
  • Ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks of the hindlimb

    Maja Drożdżynska

  • Lunch
  • Use of Global FAST for Patient Monitoring Including Perioperative Applications

    Greg Lisciandro

  • Coffee break
  • Intra-fascial / compartmental blocks- new techniques for thoracotomy, hemilaminectomy and abdominal procedures

    Maja Drożdżynska

  • Coffee break
  • Global FAST for Traditionally Difficult Conditions – Making the Impossible Possible

    Greg Lisciandro

  • Global FAST – live presentation
  • Ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks of the forelimb, hindlimb and compartmental blocks – live presentation
  • Conference closing

Disclaimer! The organizer reserves the right to change the program.

Practical workshops

Due to the huge interest in practical workshops during our last conference, we have prepared 48 seats for you on workshops on Global FAST and on peripheral and compartmental nerve blocks! Those workshops will take place in two rounds and will be conducted by lecturers and their assistants.

We will practice the technique of performing the examination according to the Global FAST protocol, including AFAST, TFAST and VetBLUE. Practice on patients in teams of 3.

We will practice peripheral blockages of the anterior, posterior and intramural limbs. Practice on preparations in teams of 4.

Tickets for those workshops have been sold out.

Number of seats is limited - sign up today to guarantee your participation in workshops!
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