-Paediatric Anesthesia-

Cours and Workshops

> Anesthesia of former premature

Describe the anaesthetic risks associated with history of prematurity
Discuss strategies to support


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Particularities of monitorage in children

Remember the criteria of validity of a monitoring
For each monitoring, describe the technical aspects, indications and limitations specific to pediatric practice


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Respiratory support in intensive care units

Invasive ventilation pediatric population change the settings of a respirator according to:

  • pathology of a child
  • the clinic
  • curves and loops provided by the respirator
  • gasometric data.

Noninvasive ventilation in pediatrics

  • Be able to identify situations requiring the use of a CPAP or NIV. (Differentiating the two modes).
  • List the constraints specific to the child under 5 years in the development and use of the NAV and the means of landing.
  • List the monitoring means (and standards) during the establishment of a NAV.


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Antibiotic Pediatrics in peroperative period

  • Basic principles of antibiotic prophylaxis (Rules of Practice)
  • What ATB surgery for what?
  • Specifications subject to terrain (e.g. new-born, immunocompromised children …)


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Induced pain care in paediatric anaesthesia

  • The main pain in paediatric care
  • Policy support (the techniques used in the prevention and the means used at the time of painful care, interest protocols)
  • The prevention of pain care: the long-term (chronic pain, increase quality of care, decrease hospitalization time.)


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Specificity of pain assessment in children

  • Why assess pain in children?
  • Assessment of pain in the new-born, the infant child and not communicating (scales and basic rules)
  • Pain assessment in older children (scales and basic rules)

Ambulatory anaesthesia in paediatrics (Dr. Dadure)

  • Make an inventory of ambulatory anaesthesia in France
  • Specify the selection criteria for ambulatory anaesthesia in children
  • Describe provisions for organizing an outpatient


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Peripheral blocks in children

  • Specify the peripheral blocks of the upper limb most often made
  • Specify the lower limb peripheral blocks most often made
  • Identify other peripheral blocks (trunk side) frequently made


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Central blocks in children

  • Specify the central blocks that every anaesthetist must know

Determinate the risk and advantages of central blocks in children

Organisation of the courses

The program of lectures will be organised in Dubai UAE same as in Montpellier France.

The lectures in Dubai will be done by a local faculty under the supervision of Mansour Nadhari and Philippe Macaire.

Some lectures will be done simultaneously by teleconference.

Christophe Dadure, Xavier Capdevila and Karine Nouette will come to Dubai for lecturing and to audit the educational program.

Courses = 4 sessions of 2 days

Local faculty

Visio conference

Visiting professors

Workshops = 1 session

Clinical attachment: 10 days – mandatory in pediatric specialized centers

Final Examination and Diploma

The written examination will be simultaneous in Montpellier, France and in Dubai, UAE in June every year. The questionnaire will be sent by internet to the regulatory organisation in Dubai XXX  who will be in charge to survey the examination.

Drs Mansour and Philippe will correct it and send the marks with the clinical file to the Committee in Montpellier France.

The candidates who succeed, will receive the Diploma of pediatric anesthesia from the School of Medicine of the University of Montpellier France