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- To enroll for the CME, please click on the ‘TAKE THIS CME’ button on the top right of the web page.
- Your access to the CME starts when you buy this course and ends after 30 days.
- Please note that the duration of the CME is 1 month and the fees include the fees payable to TNMC for credit hours.
- All Videos and Tests will be accessible during this period.
- Please note that the processes associates with this CME are automates and hence, an extension of this deadline is not a possibility.
- A Video should be view fully for it to be consider as complete.
- Once a Video lecture is fully viewed, please click on the ‘Complete’ button appearing below the video player.
- Each Test (2 in all) needs to be completes with an overall score of at least 50%. You are provided 3 attempts for each Test.
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- Click ‘Finish CME’ once complete. Please note that you will allow to re-take Tests and re-watch Videos even if you have completed the modules.
- Therefore, you can use the time between finishing the CME and the end of 30 days to re-learn the content and improve your test scores, if you so wish.
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- Your access to the CME will stop at the end of the 30th day. Kindly complete the modules in time before that. An extension is not possible.
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- If you need any assistance or clarifications, please feel free to contact the Academic Director, Dr. Shyam T, at 9884748671, or the Organizing Secretary, Dr. Ranjith K, at 9841136568.
Advances in the field of labor analgesia have to tread a long journey from the days of ether and chloroform in 1847 to the present-day practice of comprehensive program of labor pain management. RAAONLINE is proud and privilege to organize an online CME on Labor analgesia to enlighten our patrons and future Obstetric Anesthesiologists about current trends in the management of Labor pain.
The online CME is planned as a focused academic program using a sequence of educational tools to impart knowledge and skills to evaluate, plan, and successfully execute labor analgesic techniques. The program includes didactic lectures, how I do it – video demonstrations, and small group discussions. The beneficiaries of the online CME will be Practicing Anesthesiologist, Anesthesia Residents & Fellows, Obstetricians, and Obstetric nurses.
- Lectures 15
- Tests 2
- Skill level Medicine Graduate
- Language English
- Students 2
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
PRE TEST MCQ
- Faculty introduction and course objectives – Dr.Sunil T Pandya.
- Labour analgesia Overveiw – Dr. Sunil T Pandya
- Neuraxial Ultrasound in a Parturient-Practical tips in Obstetric Anesthetic practice- DrSandeep Kulkarani
- LA practices in an unorganized sector: Safe success recipe – Dr.Ravindra.G.L
- Panel discussion on Labour analgesia techniques: Entonox, TENS, I.V.PCA, CSEA, Epidural, CSA/SAB, Ambulation. Moderators- Dr.Ketan Parikh, Dr.Sunil T Pandya. Expert Panel: Dr.Gopinath, Dr.Karunakaran Ramaswamy, Dr.Naheed Azhar, Dr.Edward Johnson.
- Glass Spine Demonstration: Spread of Local Anesthetic in the Subarachnoid space: Influence of baricity and Postures- Dr.Sunil T Pandya.
- Panel discussion on Unplugging Myths and Controversies following CNB: Moderator:Dr.Sandeep Kulkarani Expert Panel: Dr.Karunakaran Ramaswamy,Dr.Ravindra,Dr.Naheed Azhar, Dr.Ketan Parikh, Dr.Edward Johnson
- Neuraxial ultrasound-Is it useful- Dr. Siva Shanmugam T
- Techniques of CNB: Understanding 3D Anatomy Epidural Manniquin APAD Device Epimatic, Episure LOR syringes – Dr.Joseph Raajesh, Dr.Solai Saravanan& Dr.Naheed Azhar.
- Anesthetic Regime: Initiation & TD Medication Regimes and Maintenance Regimes. Using Premixed Solutions Dr.G.L.Ravindra, Dr.Edward Johnson, Dr.Gopinath
- Making your block safe and effective: Trouble Shooting Management of Bloody Tap & Wet Tap Inadequate Block Checking the tensile Strength of commonly used epidural catheters. Dr.Sunil T Pandya Dr.Karunakaran Ramaswamy, Dr.Ketan Parikh.
- Ultrasound Skills: Ultrasound on spine model & Volunteer Dr.Sandeep Kulkarni, Dr.Siva Shanmugam.
- Problem based learning discussion – Counseling & Consent. Wet Tap & PDPH. Trapped Catheter. Duro – Cutaneous Fistula. Residual weakness following Neuraxial Block.