3-day course on obstetric anaesthesia and analgesia for obstetricians and anaesthetists : 31 October - 2 November 1995.

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A series of 15 audiocassettes documenting the Course in Obstetric Anaesthesia and Analgesia held at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London, 31 October - 2 November 1995. Details are as follows: Tape 1: Welcome and introduction by Professor Felicity Reynolds / Placental transfer of respiratory drugs and gases by Dr. Roshan Fernando; Tape 2: Gastric pH in pregnancy, labour and puerperium by Dr. Geraldine O'Sullivan / Aorto-caval compression by Dr. Michael Kinsella; Tape 3: Review of maternal mortality by Dr. Trevor Thomas / Epidural analgesia - its effect on progress of labour by Dr. Elizabeth McGrady; Tape 4: Epidural maintenance with infusions or PCEA by Dr. David Bogod; Tape 5: Walking and working epidurals by Dr. Rachel Collis / Pathophysiology and treatment of amniotic fluid embolism by Dr. Paul Howell; Tape 6: Problems of regional anaesthesia for emergency caesarean section for fetal distress by Dr. Stephanie Watt / Combined spinal epidural for caesarean section - with glass spine demonstration by Dr. Len Carrie; Tape 7: Spinal anaesthesia for caesarean section - advantages and disadvantages by Dr. Ian Russell / Indications for general anaesthesia for caesarean section by Dr. Griselda Cooper; Tape 8: Pre-eclampsia by Professor Chris Redman; Tape 9: Cardiac disease in pregnancy by Professor Celia Oakley; Tape 10: Disseminated intra-vascular coagulopathy by Dr. Elizabeth Letsky; Tape 11: Mechanism of epidural and spinal blockade by Dr. Ernie Grundy / Complications of epidural and spinal block by Dr. Steve Yentis; Tape 12: Assessment of the fetus in labour by Professor Philip Steer; Tape 13: Hypoxia and the fetal brain by Dr. Peter Dear; Tape 14: Considerations of anaesthesia for pre-eclampsia and cardiac disease by Dr. Diana Brighouse / Pulmonary embolism by Dr. Michael de Swiet / Failed tracheal intubation by Dr. Michael Harmer; Tape 15: Causes and investigations of brain injury in children by Professor Malcolm Levene.


UK : QED Recording Services Ltd., 1993.

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15 audiocassettes (? min.)

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Royal Postgraduate Medical School.



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