ANAESTHESIA TUTORIAL OF THE WEEK

Anaesthesia for Craniotomy and Brain Tumour Resection

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What's in this tutorial?

This tutorial addresses anaesthetic considerations within the perioperative journey of patients undergoing elective craniotomy and brain tumour resection.

Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia for Craniotomy and Brain Tumour Resection focuses on maintaining cerebral perfusion

Designed for anaesthesia professionals and other appropriate healthcare providers

Varied activities

Written lectures, illustrations and quizzes.

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  • This WFSA tutorial offers opportunities for CME/CPD activity.

    SURGhub and WFSA do not award CME credits directly. It is the responsibility of the individual participant to determine eligibility for CME/CPD credit through a locally-accredited provider. Participants are responsible for downloading and presenting the certificate of completion to a local accrediting body to claim self-directed CME/CPD credits.
    Learners can record time spent on each tutorial and claim for CPD credit that corresponds with the extent of their participation.
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Course instructors

Toby Keown, Sonia Bhangu and Sandeep Solanki

Toby Keown, Anaesthetics Registrar, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, UK

Sonia Bhangu, Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, UK

Sandeep Solanki, Consultant Neurosurgeon, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, UK
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Edited by: Matthew Doane, Senior Staff Specialist, Department of Anaesthesia & Pain Management, Royal North Shore Hospital, Australia

This course is provided by WFSA

The World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) is the foremost global alliance of anaesthesiologists, with 133 Member Societies representing over 140 countries and 500,000 anaesthesiologists worldwide.

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