Chest radiology masterclass: Challenges for the intensivist

Thursday 23 January 2020
1 Wimpole Street, The Royal Society of Medicine, London, W1G 0AE

Receive an update on key topics and develop essential radiology skills for the intensivist.

For Critical Care doctors, it is vital to be able to review radiology and respond quickly. As we face new challenges such as flu pandemics and more patients are receiving complex management of ARDS, having a firm understanding of radiology has never been more important for the intensivist.

Learning objectives:

- Develop skills in Chest X-Ray and CT interpretation specific to pathologies both in Critical Care and unwell patients encountered in other acute settings.- Identify common pitfalls in radiology in Critical care patients.- Understand the evolution of radiology in patients with ARDS and those receiving extracorporeal life support.

This trainees' evening will explore:

- Chest X ray and CT interpretation for the Intensivist- Recognition of important pathology and pitfalls- Infections- Pulmonary embolism- Interstitial lung disease- ARDS and ECMO Radiology

Contact details

For any queries relating to this event please contact:

Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
United Kingdom