Walker/Sinn Lecture Series 2015 - An Introduction to High Fidelity Simulation and Mock Codes: Practice for the Management of Sedation and Anesthesia Emergencies (RP1502D)
Attendees will be exposed to practicing skills related to preparation, recognition, response, and treatment of simulated clinical deterioration in patients receiving sedation and anesthesia care. Each participant will rotate in a group setting through the UT Southwestern Medical Center High-Fidelity Simulation Lab and encounter simulated anesthesia emergencies while providing routine in-office sedation and oral and maxillofacial surgical care. Following the clinical management of each simulated emergency, with particular attention to basic airway management and delivery of emergency medications or surgical intervention, each scenario will be debriefed by and for each anesthesia care team. Additional hands-on skill stations will include emergency airway management to review and practice with emergency airway adjuncts with a review of emergency surgical airway procedures, and a skills station for a review of emergency vascular system access.
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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