VinMec Healthcare System
Airway Management Course is being organized by VinMec Healthcare System with the support of the University of Bordeaux, France and an Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore .
The course will be conducted in English with Vietnamese translation.
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Please note Miss Huong is Dr Philippe Macaire’s personal assistant
Airway Management is a critical skill in Anesthesia and at the Emergency Department.
It was the second cause of mortality in anesthesia in the year 1996 in France and 600 deaths in UK in 1990.
15% to 30% of the predictable difficult intubation was not identified.
In 2018 patients are still dying from preventable accident.
This course is designed to provide for the participants with the state of the art information and hands on experience to ensure effective and appropriate management of difficult and failed airways.
- To achieve Excellent airway management in Anaesthesia, Intensive care and emergency medicine.
- To provide a good training to all the physicians and resident facing airway management in their daily practice.
- To update the guidelines for the material and medical devices needed in any healthcare institution where there is an eventuality of airway management
To improve the existing setup and the safety in anaesthesiology, Intensive care, emergency department and in any place where there is an eventuality of airway management and to reach the perfection of 0 preventable accident
To create an educational and post graduate training program for the healthcare providers as anaesthesiologists, Intensivists, emergency doctors, any physicians performing conscious sedation and anaesthesia nurses of VinMec Healthcare system and further to extend this program to VietNam and to the region to receive residents and fellows to benefit of this program.
This educational program will be based on
The latest guidelines from
- SFAR 2017,
- Difficult Airway society 2015,
- ASA 2013.
World key opinion leaders on the topic
- Professor Karinne Nouette Gaulain, University of Bordeaux,
- Doctor Jinbin Zhang, University of Singapore.
- Pr Karine Nouette Gaulain, MD PhD, University of Bordeaux – France
- Dr Zinbin Zhang, MD, University of Singapore
- Dr Lam Phung, MD, Director of Education and Research VinMec Healthcare system Hanoi Vietnam
- Dr Viet Vu, MD, Anesthesiologist, Head of Anaesthesia Department VinMec International Hospital Hanoi – Vietnam
- Dr Philippe Macaire, MD, Director of Anesthesiology and pain VinMec Healthcare system Hanoi Vietnam
Airway management and difficult intubation
Upon successful completion of the course, the participants will be able to:
- Know the latest international guidelines
- Know all airways devices
- Manage the normal airway
- Anticipate and manage the predictable difficult airway or intubation.
- Manage the unpredictable difficult airway or intubation.
- Manage the extubation.
- Perfom a life saving crico-thyroidotomy
2 days intensive Course combining lectures, workshops simulation and observation
2 sessions per year
Pre requirements to register:
- Residents, Interns and Post Graduate
- Anesthesiologists – Intensivists – Emergency Physicians
Participants: up to 24 doctors + 8 nurses maximum
- xxxx CME credits by VinMec (#xxxx)
Booklet or e-Book with:
- the algorithms
- the bibliography
- the policies
- the catalogue of the devices
- The speaker slides in PDF
o Doctors: 1 M VND
o Nurses: 200.000 VND
o Doctors: 2 M VND
o Residents: 500.000 VND
o Nurses: 400.000 VND
o Doctors: 100 USD
o Nurses: 20 USD
VinMec International Hospital & Simulation Center VinMec Healthcare System
Times City– Hanoi – Vietnam
- Conference room (classroom setting) for 30 persons and catering
- Workshops room for 10 people setting workshops x 3 rooms
- Simulation center
Pr Karine Nouette Gaulain
MD PhD Professor of the University of Bordeaux,
Head of Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care,
Member National Council of the French Universities,
Attached to INSERN Research Lab on rare diseases.
2010: University Professor – Hospital Practitioner, University Hospital Centre of Bordeaux, Bordeaux II University, France
2009: Accreditation to Supervise Research, Bordeaux II University , France
2005: University Lecturer – Hospital Practitioner University Hospital Centre of Bordeaux, Bordeaux II University, France
2003: Doctor es Sciences PhD in Medicine, Bordeaux II University France
2000: Doctor of Medicine, MD in Anesthesiology and Intensive care, Bordeaux II University ,France
– 2005-2015: Elected at the Hospital Medical Committee of the University Hospital Centre of Bordeaux, Member of the subcommittee of the Emergency Department, Member of the subcommittee of clinical research,
– 2012-2015: President of subcommittee to fight against nosocomial infections,
– Since 2008: Head of Anesthesiology Department Units in Pediatrics, ENT and neurosurgery, vascular and urology surgery, orthopedics and emergency surgery : Responsible for a team of 100 anesthesiologists. Provide courses of anaesthesiology to the anaesthesiologist residents
– Since 2009: Member of Unit of laboratory Research INSERN EA 4576, Bordeaux II
– 2007-2010 and 2013: Member of National Council of The French Universities University 48-01
– 2012: Scientific Director of anesthesiology nurse Institute, CHU Bordeaux
– Since 2014: President of Société Française d’Anesthésie Réanimation Congress Commitee
– Pediatric Anesthesia, Difficiult intubation
– Regional anesthesia: Effects of local anesthetics on mitochondrial energetic metabolism in muscle and cancer
– Cardiovascular research: Effects of chronic hypoxia on mitochondrial energetic metabolism in heart
155 Articles published
Main articles on airway
– Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anesthesia Updated guidelines from the French National Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care (Société Française d’Anesthésie et de Réanimation – SFAR) O. Langeron,a J-L. Bourgain,b D. Francon,c J….i L. Velly,j K. Nouette-Gaulain in press
– Comparing McGrath® MAC video laryngoscope with Macintosh direct laryngoscopy for novice laryngoscopists in children. Reply.Giraudon A, Bordes-Demolis M, Semjen F, Biais M, Nouette-Gaulain K. Anaesth Crit Care Pain Med. 2017 Nov 10. pii: S2352-5568(17)30289- 8. doi: 10.1016/j.accpm.2017.10.003.
– Dental injury associated with anaesthesia: An 8-year database analysis of 592 claims from a major French insurance company. Giraudon A, de Saint Maurice G, Biais M, Benhamou D, Nouette-Gaulain K . Anaesth Crit Care Pain Med. 2018 Feb;37(1):49-53. doi: 10.1016/j.accpm.2017.04.007.
– Comparison of the McGrath® MAC video laryngoscope with direct Macintosh laryngoscopy for novice laryngoscopists in children without difficult intubation: A randomised controlled trial. Giraudon A, Bordes-Demolis M, Blondeau B, Sibai de Panthou N, Ferrand N, Bello M, Dahlet V, Semjen F, Biais M, Nouette-Gaulain Anaesth Crit Care Pain Med. 2017 Oct;36(5):261-265. doi: 10.1016/j.accpm.2017.02.007
Dr Zhang Jinbin
Consultant, Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
” My interest is in improving the quality of airway management, and I have completed a one-year Fellowship Program in Difficult Airway Management at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
I had the honour of working with Professor Orlando Hung, a prominent airway enthusiast and researcher and under his supervision, I was actively involved in teaching and research writing, and also assisted in the organization of an airway workshop conducted in Kigali, Rwanda.
Upon return to Singapore, I have taken up the role as my department’s airway lead and continue to be involved in airway education.
I am also the course director of The Difficult Adult Airway Course, an annual airway workshop organized in collaboration with Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.
My passion is airway education, to improve the skills set and knowledge of our colleagues in difficult airway management.”
Author and co Author of 10 International articles