Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine

Chest USS in the Critically Ill Course

Chest USS in the Critically Ill course run by the department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine, 5th September 2016. This course is now fully booked.

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Target audience: Trainees and consultants in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care, Acute and Emergency Medicine.

Course organiser: Dr Rosie Macfadyen,


Dr Murray Blackstock, Dr Michael Gillies, Dr Dean Kerslake, Dr Rosie Macfadyen, Dr Stuart McLellan.

Chest USS course Monday 5th September 2016

ICU Seminar Room, Western General Hospital, Crewe Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2XU

Western General Hospital

Course content:
Time Programme/CPD Matrix code
13.30 Introduction: Physics, knobology and utility/indications 1A03, 3C00
14.00 Normal findings (Practical session) 1A03
14.45 Coffee (to run simultaneously with lectures)
14.45 US Diagnosis of Pleural Effusion 2C01, 2CO3, 3C00
15.15 US Diagnosis of Pneumothorax 2C01, 2C03, 2C04, 3C00
15.45 US features of consolidation and alveolar interstitial syndrome 2C01, 2C03, 3C00
16.15 Scanning workshop- lung pathology in ICU patients 2C01, 2CO3, 3C00
17.00 Questions and close

This event is approved by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for 2.5 CPD credits.

Contact Dr Rosie Macfadyen for details

This course date is now fully booked please check the website for new dates.