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  • To identify and treat life-threatening and potentially reversible causes of haemodynamic instability in intensive care, emergency or operating room.
  • To acquire skills in order to perform a fTOE examination in non-cardiac surgery.
  • Be familiar with the assessment of cardiac dimensions and function
  • Recognize the most important cardiac pathologies
  • Learn how to interpret the echocardiographic findings.

Day to include:

  • Lectures based on FUSIC fTOE curriculum.
  • Simulation-based learning and hands-on in small groups.
  • Debrief and case base discussion after each hands-on session.
  • Supervision from Level II accredited faculty and support in undertaking the fTOE accreditation

Who should attend?

Medical and Allied Health Professionals working in Intensive Care, Anaesthesia, Acute or Emergency Medicine

Faculty led by:

Dr Antonio Rubino
Consultant in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia

Stefanie Curry
Critical Care Scientist

FUSIC approved

Event is accredited by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for 6 CPD credits.



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Course Ticket – TOE NOV 23
£ 300.00
9 available
Papworth Trainee Ticket – TOE NOV 23
£ 250.00
9 available
  • Cost
    £250.00 – £300.00
  • Start Time
    16 November 2023 @ 8:45 am
  • End Time
    16 November 2023 @ 5:45 pm
  • Email
  • Organizer
    Royal Papworth Professional Development
  • Location
    Royal Papworth Hospital
    Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge, CB2 0AY United Kingdom
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