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Simulation: Training in thoracic anaesthesia for intraoperative use



40 rue Worth, 92150, SURESNES, France

Hôpital Foch


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12 seats per session


About Foch Hospital (Hôpital Foch):

With 2,000 staff members (including 300 doctors) and 600 beds, Foch Hospital is one of the most effective and renowned non-profit university-hospitals with a public service mission in France.

The Foch Hospital indeed provides a wide range of treatments to adult patients in almost all of the medical and surgical domains and commits to education and research, while paying crucial attention to patient care, including through the investment in cutting-edge medical technology.

Foch hospital stands out from the French medical offer by being the leader in the field of neurosurgery, thoracic surgery, gynaecology, urology, anaesthesia, ICU, internal medicine and oncology through innovative treatments.

Training at Foch Hospital is covered by:

• 50% of ward heads at Foch Hospital who also are University professors

• 1 nursing school with 60 students per promotion

• 1 midwifery school with 28 students per class

• 1 continuing education institute, “Foch Santé Formation”

• 1 simulation platform of 600 m2

- Medical anaesthetist

- Internal DES-AR

- Nurse Anaesthesiologist State Diploma

8:30 a.m. Welcome and presentation of the group, the teachers and the program.

9.00-9.15 am Pre-test

9.30-10.30 am Technical constraints related to the different indications of thoracic surgery. Management of the ventilatory problem

10.30 am – 12.30 Different modes of ventilation in thoracic surgery. Technical constraints, their indication. Practical workshop double lumen fibro-blocker

2 pm- 4.30 pm simulation in the operating room by High-fidelity scenario:

- Hypoxemia per op

- Unexpected difficult intubation

4.30-5 pm Test op teaching and evaluation of the training by the participants

What you will learn

To master the various tools of single-lung ventilation

Management of ventilatory difficulties related to uni-pulmonary ventilation

Adapt your ventilatory technique to the particularities of the surgery and the patient.

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Dr Morgan Le Guen Anesthésiste-réanimateur, Simulation en santé
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Registered Nurse Anesthetist

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