"This event will be held along with collocated events on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2020 & Surgery2020. It will highlight latest research in anaesthesiology, including airway and pain management."
Anesthesiologist provides continuous medical care before, during, and after operation to permit the surgeons to perform surgeries; sometimes quite challenging that could otherwise cause substantial threats to the patient's survival. Anesthesiologists, because of their combination of skills are uniquely qualified to care for dying patients suffering from end diseases like cancer.
Skills include knowledge of analgesic and sedative pharmacology for the management of pain, awareness of perceptual alterations along with well-known skills in drug titration and experience with critically ill and highly anxious, often agitated patients under stressful circumstances.
Situations to provide medical care to patients includes preoperative evaluation, consultation with the surgical team, creation of a plan for the anesthesia (which is different in each patient), airway management, intraoperative life support, pain control, intraoperative stabilization of all the vitals, postoperative pain management.
There are many circumstances when anesthesia needs to be altered for special circumstances due to the procedure (such as in cardiac surgery, cardiothoracic anesthesiology or neurosurgery), the patient (such as in pediatric anesthesia, geriatric, bariatric or obstetrical anesthesia) or special circumstances (such as in trauma, prehospital care, robotic surgery or extreme environments).
Outside the operating room, Anesthesiologist's spectrum of action includes with general emergencies, trauma, intensive care units, acute and chronic pain management.
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The objectives of this two days conference is to provide anaesthesiologists, Pain management team, nurse anaesthetists, and anyone with an interest in the field of anaesthesia & Pain medicine with applied reviews and timely explanatory clinical updates on a variety of topics of current research. Participants will be able to identify and discuss recent developments and trends through comprehensive informative sessions. Diverse experts will present on nonoperating room anaesthesia, treatment of the emergency care, bleeding patient, fluid therapy, thrombosis prophylactics, transfusion strategy, with the unique opportunity to have discussions with renowned experts in this field. The environment will be friendly and comfortable and there will be ample time for questions and discussion with faculty and colleagues.