Monitoring Blood and Brain to Improve Patient Outcomes
Without SpHb, clinicians are often limited to invasive blood samples, which provide intermittent and delayed laboratory haemoglobin results. SpHb can be used in conjunction with traditional laboratory methods to obtain real-time visibility to changes, or lack of changes, in haemoglobin between invasive blood samples. Studies have shown that SpHb may help clinicians reduce blood transfusions in both low and high blood loss surgeries.
Learn more about SpHb technology here: https://www.masimo.co.uk/technology/co-oximetry/sphb/
Access SpHb Outcomes studies from here: https://www.masimo.co.uk/technology/co-oximetry/sphb-outcomes/
We encourage you to access the virtual event series session “Improving Safety in Perioperative Care”. The lectures are now available to view on-demand. To access the presentations, please visit https://bsoavirtual.talkingslideshd.com/home and log in using the credentials provided to you before the event. If you have any problems accessing the lectures, please do not hesitate to contact Lucy at [email protected]
Virtual Event Series 2021
Following the success of the 2020 webinars, the BSOA committee hopes that you enjoyed the first two instalments of the 2021 Virtual Event Series which took place on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd June and featured virtual lectures, industry input and live Q&A sessions.
Now, the committee is proud to announce that the lectures from the 2021 Virtual Event Series are now available to view on-demand. To access the presentations, please visit https://bsoavirtual.talkingslideshd.com/home and log in using the credentials provided to you before the event. If you have any problems accessing the lectures, please do not hesitate to contact Lucy at [email protected].
Finally, we would like to thank our generous sponsors Care Surgical and Masimo without whose help we would be unable to put on these events. For more information about Care Surgical and Masimo, please view their handouts via the below links. We also encourage you to visit our partners page for more information.
Lectures of Distinction from 2020
The BSOA are pleased to reveal our Lectures of Distinction from 2020! Please click below to watch our short webinar based on the highest scoring lectures from last year’s Virtual Event Series as selected by our delegates.
In this recap, you can relive the following lectures as delivered by our esteemed faculty:
- Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Prevention of Nerve Injury – Dr Colin McCartney, Ottawa
- Neuromonitoring for Orthopaedic Surgery – Dr Mark Barley, Nottingham
- Day Case Knee Replacement: Changing the Multidisciplinary Approach – Mr Nicholas Bottomley, Oxford
- Trauma in the Elderly: A New Epidemic? – Dr Bernadette Ratnayake, London
Enjoy the webinar and for more free lectures, sign up to the 2021 Virtual Event Series via https://bsoa.org.uk/conference/bsoa-virtual-event-series-2021/
Virtual Event Series 2020 – Now Available on Demand
The BSOA are proud to announce that the lectures from the 2020 Virtual Event Series are now available to view online.
To access the presentations, please follow the below link and register your details to access the site.
Please note that if you registered to attend the meeting, you will need to use the username and password supplied to you by Nick Gray before the event. If you have any problems accessing the lectures, please do not hesitate to contact Lucy at [email protected].
Documents and videos from previous B.S.O.A. events