This course is suitable for clinical anatomists from both academic and clinical backgrounds who are involved in teaching clinically applied anatomy relevant to clinical procedures at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels. Contact me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
24 (4:1 ratio of delegates to cadaver)
Regional anaesthesia: Paravertebral & brachial plexus block, epidural spinal block/lumbar puncture
Airway procedures: Intubation, video laryngoscopy, surgical cricothyrotomy, difficult airway access
Thoracic access: Thoracostomy & thoracotomy
Cranial access: Burr hole & Craniotomy
Orthopaedic procedures (upper limb): Fasciotomy & carpal tunnel release
This course has been designed to provide an overview of the main anatomical regions and structures of the body. Key features will be taught in relation to their clinical significance and surgical practice.