Friday 21 April 2023
14h00 (Time zone Paris)
Duration : 15 min + 15 min MCQ / exchange
Respiratory Anesthesiology and analgesia Hematology biochemistry
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Next live webconferences by Dr. Robert TRUJANOVIC

Friday 14 October 2022
14h00 (Time zone Paris)
Duration : 15 min + 15 min MCQ / exchange
Cardiology Anesthesiology and analgesia
Monday 14 November 2022
14h00 (Time zone Paris)
Duration : 15 min + 15 min MCQ / exchange
Anesthesiology and analgesia Surgery
Friday 16 December 2022
14h00 (Time zone Paris)
Duration : 30 min + 15 min MCQ / exchange
Anesthesiology and analgesia Cardiology

Training courses by Dr. Robert TRUJANOVIC

Teaching goals
  • Single, uniform, premature ventricular complexes (VPCs) do not usually cause hemodynamic compromise and are at a low risk for electrical instability. As long as the VPCs are infrequent, and the heart rate and blood pressure remain stable, no additional treatment is necessary
  • Higher grade arrhythmias such as ventricular tachycardia warrant immediate medical intervention.
  • Accelerated idioventricular Rhythm (AIVR) is commonly seen in patients in the 24 hours following a splenectomy or surgery for gastric dilatation and volvulus. Accelerated idioventricular rhythms are identified as abnormal, wide, and bizarre beats that do not come prematurely. It is important to differentiate AIVR from ventricular tachycardia, because AIVR does not typically cause hemodynamic compromise and won’t respond to anti-arrhythmic medications. If AIVR is identified the procedure does not need to be stopped.
Teaching goals
  • The ECG is used to diagnose cardiac arrhythmias.
  • Sinus rhythm originates in the right atrium.
  • First-degree atrioventricular block is a form of atrioventricular block characterized by delayed conduction time between the atrium and ventricle.
  • Second-degree AV block is a form of AV block characterized by incomplete AV node block. In second-degree AV blocks, a distinction is made between Mobitz blocks type I and II.
  • Third-degree AV block is a form of AV block characterized by a complete failure of the conduction between the atrium and the ventricles of the heart.
Video time : 18 min + MCQ
Anesthesiology and analgesia
Teaching goals
  • Hypotension, by definition, occurs when MAP is than 60mmHg
  • The treatment of hypotension should depend on the cause of the hypotension.