EACTA Live Thoracic Anaesthesia Webinar: Recent Advances in Lung Isolation Techniques. 13 May 2019, 17:00 - 19:00 CET

EACTA Educational Committee in collaboration with the Thoracic Anaesthesia Committee

An application has been made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.

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Chaired by:
Prof. Laszlo Szegedi, Charleroi, Belgium, Chair of Thoracic Anaesthesia Committee


We hope you will not miss the opportunity to learn best practices live and direct from some of the major experts in the field of thoracic anaesthesia and earn CME credit hours from the UEMS



By the End of This Webinar, you will be able to:

  1. Promote the skills of the target audiences in terms of:
    o  The ability to define the indications and contraindications to use double-lumen tubes, bronchial blockers, endobronchial tubes, and video-assisted lung isolation devices.
    o  Appropriate decision-making regarding lung isolation in patients with potential difficult airway.
  2. Update the targeted audience about the recent advances in lung isolation techniques in terms of using video-assisted endobronchial intubation and lung isolation.


The number of attendees: Limited seats are available.

Target Audience: Thoracic anaesthetists, general anaesthetists, cardiovascular anaesthetists, intensivists, anaesthesia certified nurses, thoracic surgeons, pulmonologists, nurses, interns, and medical students.

Technical Requirements:

  • The speakers and attendees will be remote from each other.
  • The speakers, attendees, and the moderator will use their own internet access, webcam, personal computer and microphone. Any webcam that is recognized by your computer can be used in the system. We recommend higher quality webcams with 2+ Megapixels quality. *
  • A connection of at least 5 Mbps download/upload speed is required to present content using The Webinato, the USA, the technical solution for the webinar.


The educational webinar received an unrestricted grant from Ambu company.