1. General Goals and Objectives of this SPOC
Goals To optimize, to the benefit of the patient, the implementation process of performing OPCAB surgery. Objectives To optimize the conceptual learning process To structure the OPCAB team and its interfaces For the nursing staff to set-up the operating theatre, have the instruments as well as the devices available and support the surgical process For the anesthesiologist to monitor, understand and respond to ischemia and hemodynamic failu...
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A blended learning pathway towards OPCAB
This course is a deconstruction of the knowledge, skills and attitude needed towards a successful application of the OPCAB approach in coronary surgery. (53 videos, 150 figures). Authors: Paul Sergeant, Sergey A. Vachov, See Woan Shian .
- Execution Self paced
- Available for
- Investment Free
Fri 08 Nov 2019
Sat 09 Nov 2019
CIRURGIA DE REVASCULARIZAÇÃO MIOCÁRDICA SEM CEC COM TÉCNICA ANAÓRTICA ( AORTA NO - TOUCH)
This meeting is only for the invited colleagues; it is not an open meeting this time. The primary objective of this meeting is to relaunch the OPCAB approach for CABG in Brasil. The relaunch will follow to the strictest the science of learning. The backbone will be an online community of interested surgeons and anesthesiologists adding the power of social media. This online community will structure the conceptual learning. Conceptual learning is ...
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Anastomotic seminars at the last IACTS meeting in Chennai India Feb 22 2019
A massive number of participants (49) participated at our whole day anastomotic seminar. We had planned 25-30 but were able to provide each of them the mandatory instruments and grafts. They all went through the deconstruction of an anastomosis into teachable components and they then later applied these deconstructions, reconstructing the anastomosis in our low fidelity setup. As can be seen on this pitcure the intensity and concentration was the...