To be conducted alongside the 14th World Congress of Intensive Care
Attend this conference to find out more on:
Physiology of pregnancy and clinical deterioration
- Obstetric conditions e.g. preeclampsia
- Ventilation in pregnancy
- Cardiac disease in pregnancy
- Maternal collapse and resuscitation
Who should attend: Intensive care nurses and doctors, cardiac nurses, emergency nurses, anaesthesia nurses, paramedics and any health professional interested in learning about acute illness in maternity patients.
The presenter: Dr Wendy Pollock is a critical care nurse and midwife who undertook her PhD on critically ill pregnant and postpartum women. She has extensive clinical, education and research experience on illness in pregnancy.
The program: This clinically focused one-day seminar will outline the key physiological adaptations in pregnancy and discuss clinical deterioration in pregnancy; provide new insights on pregnancy conditions that lead to ICU admission: preeclampsia, amniotic fluid embolism and obstetric haemorrhage. Finally, cardiac disease in pregnancy, ventilation in pregnancy, and maternal collapse and resuscitation will be presented. The latest research and evidence-based clinical guidelines are incorporated into the program.
Includes: Program. Morning tea and lunch
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