Let's try and answer THOSE questions: challenging aspects of paediatric respiratory sleep medicine
This day-long postgraduate short course from Sleep Week in 2020 offers a diverse range of presentations on key challenges involved in paediatric respiratory sleep medicine. An international panel of speakers will present on a range of topics relating to different aspects of sleep disordered breathing and ventilation in infants and children. The course will discuss controversial areas specific to paediatrics, such as the limitations of gold standard PSG monitoring, management of persistent OSA when CPAP fails and ethical issues around respiratory support in children with complex medical conditions. There will be the opportunity to interact with the speakers throughout the course, with case discussions utilised to illustrate key points and stimulate discussion areas.
This course is intended for pediatricians, sleep clinicians, sleep scientists/technicians, ENT surgeons, nurses, fellows, students and anyone involved in the management of infants and children with sleep disorders.
- Unanswered questions in paediatric sleep disordered breathing: an overview – Jasneek Chawla
- Infants with laryngomalacia – when does sleep monitoring help the surgeon? – Nicola Slee
- Intricacies of ventilating infants: when does a tracheostomy help? – Joanna Maclean, University of Alberta Canada
- When should we start ventilation in neuromuscular disease: an update on evidence – David Kilner
- The AHI doesn’t help…what else can we use in paediatric OSA? – Colin Sullivan
- The ever-recurring question: which snoring child needs surgery? – Karen Waters
- My child won’t wear CPAP – what else can we try? The role of the ENT surgeon – Derek Lam, Oregon Health and Science University USA
- My child won’t wear CPAP – what else can we try? Non-surgical options – Jasneek Chawla
- My child won’t wear CPAP – what else can we try? The role of the craniofacial surgeon – Yun Phua
- My child won’t wear CPAP… Does it matter? Complications of untreated OSA – Catherine Hill, University of Southampton, UK
- Withholding respiratory support in children – when is it the best thing to do? – Paul Walker
ASA Full or Associate Member - $150AUD
ASA Student Member - $75AUD
Non-Member - $250AUD
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