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[2 Nov, 2015] B.I.R.T.H 2 Maternity Training: CTG Masterclass (Liverpool)

Discussion in 'Midwifery Events and Study Days' started by Events, Mar 25, 2015.

B.I.R.T.H 2 Maternity Training: CTG Masterclass
Start Date: 2 Nov, 2015 08:30 AM
End Date: 2 Nov, 2015 04:30 PM
Time Zone: Europe/London +00:00 GMT

Location:
Weightmans LLP
The Plaza, 100 Old Hall Street
Liverpool L3 9QJ

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    B.I.R.T.H (Bringing Interactive Response Training To Hospitals) 2 Maternity & Baby Lifeline Training present:

    CTG Masterclass: Intrapartum Assessment of Fetus and Management of Fetus at Risk of Hypoxic Injury


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    The main allegations in the NHS Litigation Authority’s ‘Ten Years of Maternity Claims’ report centred on the failure to recognise an abnormal CTG (46%) and/or act on it (40%).

    This study day is for all clinical staff with an interest in the Delivery Suite (e.g. midwives, anaesthetists, obstetricians) and legal professionals and will include:
    • Principles of Intermittent Auscultation to ensure effective monitoring of low risk pregnancies
    • Pathophysiology of CTG to help understand physiology behind observed ‘CTG Patterns’
    • NICE Guidelines – its ‘rational application’ in clinical practice
    • Use of CTG with special clinical situations such as previous caesarean sections, meconium and oxytocin
    • Risk management strategies to reduce hypoxic injuries in labour ward
    • Interactive Case Reviews: to help delegates use the knowledge of physiology in CTG Interpretation and to determine fetal response to hypoxic stress.
    • Avoiding medico-legal pitfalls by greater understanding of the types of hypoxia
    • Understanding the technology behind CTG Machines
    • Understanding acid–base balance and the role of additional tests of fetal wellbeing to reduce the false positive rate of CTG
    • Principles of ST-Analyser (STAN) to understand how fetal ECG may help improve outcomes
    • CTG pre- and post-course tests to help demonstrate change in knowledge by the CTG Master Class (i.e.outcome)
    More Information

    Fees: Part-funded places are available at £95, this includes lunch

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    To talk to someone about this event you can contact BabyLifeline Training by emailing: [email protected] or call: 01676 534671
     

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