MOMA 2016 : Regional Anesthesia & Early Rehabilitation

Professor Hélène Beloeil

University Hospital of Rennes
(France)


Professor Xavier Capdevila

University Hospital of Montpellier
(France)


Professor Philippe Cuvillon

University Hospital of Nîmes
(France)


Doctor Laurent Delaunay

General Clinic of Annecy
(France)


Doctor Eryk Eisenberg

PSR Clinic,
Clermont Ferrand (France)


Professor Marc Fischler

Foch Hospital, Suresnes
(France)


Doctor Elisabeth Gaertner

Lariboisière Hospital, Paris
(France)


Doctor Philippe Grillo

Juge Clinic, Marseille
(France)


Doctor Cédric Luyet

Lindenhofspital, Bern
(Suisse)


Doctor Axel Maurice-Szamburski

Juge Clinic, Marseille
(France)


Doctor Marc Palmieri

Juge Clinic, Marseille
(France)


Professor Colin Royse

Melbourne Hospital
(Australia)


Professor Ban Tsui

University of Alberta
(Canada)


Perioperative patient experience,
a new paradigm

by Doctor Axel Maurice-Szamburski


Perioperative Surgical Home
and Regional anesthesia

by Professor Ban Tsui


Concept
of prehabilitation

by Professor Marc Fischler


Enhanced recovery
after anesthesia

by Professor Colin Royse


Functionnal Recovery after
major orthopedic surgery

by Doctor Marc Palmieri


Pleiotropic effects
of local anesthetics

by Professor Hélène Beloeil



Afternoon session


Periarticular
infiltration analgesia

by Doctor Laurent Delaunay


Perineural
catheter analgesia

by Professor Philippe Cuvillon


Telemedicine
and ambulatory surgery

by Professor Xavier Capdevila


A user guide of
perineural catheters

by Doctor Eryk Eisenberg


Regional anesthesia devices,
innovations and thoughts

by Doctor Cédric Luyet


Management of perineural
catheter at home

by Doctor Elisabeth Gaertner


Regional anesthesia and
patient early mobilization

by Doctor Philippe Grillo


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