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PUBLICATIONS

 

1.       Al Bakry AK; Al- Assad A, Seraj MA, Al Otaibi Wadha, Harvey P.  Interactive simulation:  A new methodology in medical allied medical and public training.The Saudi Journal of Sports Medicine 2003; 7: No 1- March.

2.       Eldawlatly AA, Al Dohayan ME, Abdel-meguid A, Turkastani A,  Al Otaibi WM, Abdelaziz EM.Variation in dynamic lung compliance during endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy with CO2 insufflation.   Clinical Autonomic Research 2003; 13- supplement 1. 

3.       Naguib, M., Samarkandi, A., Riad, W., Thalaj, A. Wadha Al Otaibi, Damas, F, Albassam, A. Melatonin versus Midazolam Premedication in Children.   European Journal of Anesthesia.  (Accepted for publication)

4.       Dawlatly, A, Sherbini, M., Wadha Al-OtaibiNear Fatal Pulmonary Embolism, case report and literature review.   Internet Journal of Anesthesia (Accepted for publication)

  1. Essam M. Manna, Osama A. Ibraheim, Samarkandi A, Wadha Al Otaibi and Sherif M. El watidy.The Effect of Prone Posision on Respiratory Mechannics during Spinal Surgery.M.E.J. Anesth 18 (3), 2005.
  2.  Dawlatly A, Gamal K, Al-Dohayan A, Alsaigh A, Abdulkarim A, Al Otaibi W.   Anesthetic Consideration With Telemanipulutive Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy  Using The Da  Vinci System.The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology 2004; 8: No 2.

  1. Alsaif A, hmad N, Nawaz S, ALOtaibi W.Effect of Pre-Emptive Bupivacaine infiltration on Post Thyroidectomy Pain.The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology 2005; 9: No 1.

  1. Abdelazeem A. El-Dawlatly, Gamal Khairy, Abdullah Al-Dohayan, Abdulaziz Alsaigh, Amal Abdulkarim, Wadha Alotaibi: Anesthetic Considerations With Telemanipulative Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Using The Da Vinci System. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology. 2004. Volume 8 Number 2.

  1. Abdelazeem El-Dawlatly, Sulaiman AlMajid, Medhat Elsherbeny, Wadha Alotaiby, Faiz A. Shakeel: Near Fatal Pulmonary Embolism . The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology. 2004. Volume 8 Number 2.

  1. A. Samarkandi, M. Naguib, W. Riad, A. Thalaj, W. Alotibi, F. Aldammas, A. Albassam. Melatonin vs Midazolam Premedication in Children A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study, European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2005, 22: 189-196

  1. . Eldawlatly A, Al-Dohayan A, Abdel-Meguid M.E, Turkistani A, Alotaiby W and Mansour E. Variations in dynamic lung compliance during endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy with CO2. insufflation. Clin Auton Res 2003, 13 (Suppl 1): 1/94-1/97.

 

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وضحى مبارك ملفى العتيبىNo                                      Dr. Alotaibi                                                                       

Dr. Wadha Alotaibi

Assistant professor

Pediatric Anesthesia Consultant

Anesthesia Department
College of Medicine
King Khalid University Hospital
P.O. Box 7805, Riyadh 11472
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel. No. 01-4670893
Fax No. 01-4679364

E-mail: wadhm@yahoo.com

 

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PUBLICATIONS

 

1.      Al Bakry AK; Al- Assad A, Seraj MA, Al Otaibi Wadha, Harvey P.  Interactive simulation:  A new methodology in medical allied medical and public training. The Saudi Journal of Sports Medicine 2003; 7: No 1- March.

2.      Eldawlatly AA, Al Dohayan ME, Abdel-meguid A, Turkastani A,  Al Otaibi WM, Abdelaziz EM.Variation in dynamic lung compliance during endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy with CO2 insufflation.   Clinical Autonomic Research 2003; 13- supplement 1. 

3.      Abdelazeem El-Dawlatly, Sulaiman AlMajid, Medhat Elsherbeny, Wadha Alotaiby, Faiz A. Shakeel: Near Fatal Pulmonary Embolism . The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology, USA. Texas 2004. Volume 8 Number 2.

4.      A. Samarkandi, M. Naguib, W. Riad, A. Thalaj, W. Alotibi, F. Aldammas, A. Albassam. Melatonin vs Midazolam Premedication in Children A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study, European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2005, 22: 189-196

5.      Abdelazeem A. El-Dawlatly, Gamal Khairy, Abdullah Al-Dohayan, Abdulaziz Alsaigh, Amal Abdulkarim, Wadha Alotaibi: Anesthetic Considerations With Telemanipulative Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Using The Da Vinci System. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology, USA. Texas, 2004. Volume 8 Number 2.

6.      Alsaif A, hmad N, Nawaz S, ALOtaibi W. Effect of Pre-Emptive Bupivacaine infiltration on Post Thyroidectomy Pain. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology, USA. Texas, 2005; 9: No 1.

7.      Essam M. Manna, Osama A. Ibraheim, Samarkandi A, Wadha Al Otaibi and Sherif M. El watidy. The Effect of Prone Position on Respiratory Mechannics during Spinal Surgery. M.E.J. Anesth, Lebanon, 18 (3), 2005.

8.      A. El-Dawlatly, A. Turkistani, K. Alkattan, W. Hajjar, M.B Delvi, A. Alshaer, W. Alotaibi and F. Damas. Anesthesia for thymectomy in myasthenia gravis: A report of 115 cases.  Middle East Journal of Anesthesiology Lebanon, (19) : 6   PP1379-1386 : OCT 2008

9.      Alotaibi, WM. Severe hepatic dysfunction after sevoflurane exposure. SAUDI MEDICAL JOURNAL, KSA, Riyadh,   Volume: 29   Issue: 9: 1344-1346, 2008

10.  Alotaibi, WM. Epidural anesthesia for pediatric surgery in a university hospital in Saudi Arabia : SAUDI MEDICAL JOURNAL, KSA, Riyadh; Volume: 29  Issue: 12: 1723-1725, 2008

11.  Ahmed Turkistani, Abdelazeem A El-Dawlatly, Bilal Delvi, Wadha Alotaibi and Badiah Abdulghani. Critical Incident Monitoring In A Teaching Hospital - The Third Report 2003-2008 - Middle East Journal of Anesthesiology. Lebanon, Volume: 20 Issue: 1: 97-100,  FEB 2009.

12. Alotaibi, WM. Pediatric Anesthesia at King Khalid University Hospital. (Accepted for published, in the forthcoming issue of the Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences 19/8/2009), KSA, Al-Madinah Al-Munawarah

 

 

 

                                                                                                            

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RESEARCH AND WORK IN PROGRESS

1)       Research Project: The effect of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) on pulmonary compliance and resistance in anesthetized infants during laparoscopic surgical procedures. Status: Research proposal approved by the RCMR, KKUH, Research Committee.

2)       Research Project: The effect of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) on pulmonary compliance and resistance in anesthetized infants. Status: Research proposal approved by the RCMR, KKUH, Research Committee.

3)       Research Project: Incidence of adverse event in pediatric anesthesia. Status: Research proposal approved by the Anesthesia Department Committee, KKUH.

 

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                                                                                   CURRICULUM VITAE

DR WADHA MUBARAK AL OTAIBI

Nationality                          Saudi

Gender                                 Female  

Married                                 4 children

Work Address                    Department of Anesthesia & ICU ( 41)

King Khalid University Hospital

PO Box 7805

RIYADH 11472, SAUDI ARABIA.

Work Tel:                              +966-1-4670893

Work Fax:                              +966-1-4679364

E-mail:    wmubarak@ksu.edu.sa

 

CAREER OBJECTIVES                               .

·         To be a leader for Pediatric Anesthesia at KKUH.

·         To establish a pediatric anesthesia training program for Residents & Fellows.

·         To establish a pediatric anesthesia service ( policy and procedure)at KKUH

·         To develop research skills

·         To be a leader for pediatric anesthesia in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region 

QUALIFICATIONS

28 Nov 2006

Fellowship in pediatric anesthesia, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and research center (KFSH&RC), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia    

13 January  2003

King Saud Fellowship in Anesthesia & ICU,  King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

11 January 2003

Certified Specialist, Saudi Board in Anesthesia & ICU, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

18 December 2002

Arab Board in Anesthesia & ICU, Damascus, Syria.

1998

MB BS, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  CURRENT POSITION

Assistant Professor, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh- Saudi Arabia, 2004

Consultant in Pediatric Anesthesia, Department of Anesthesia and ICU, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Jan 2007.

 CPR Instructor, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh- Saudi Arabia



CAREER:

2007

Consultant in pediatric anesthesia at KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

2004

Assistant Professor, KSU, College of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Dec-2004      

Fellow in pediatric anesthesia at KFSH &RC Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2yr)

2003

Assistant Consultant in  both general & subspecialties anesthesia, KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2 yr.)

2002

Registrar in Cardiac Anesthesia & I CU, KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2 yr.)

2001

Registrar in maternity Anesthesia & Analgesia, KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1 yr.)

2000

Registrar in Accident & Emergency of Anesthesia, KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1 yr.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESEARCH AND WORK IN PROGRESS

 

1)    Research Project: The effect of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) on pulmonary compliance and resistance in anesthetized infants during laparoscopic surgical procedures. Status: Research proposal approved by the RCMR, KKUH, Research Committee.

2)       Research Project: The effect of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) on pulmonary compliance and resistance in anesthetized infants. Status: Research proposal approved by the RCMR, KKUH, Research Committee.

3)       Research Project: Incidence of adverse event in pediatric anesthesia. Status: Research proposal approved by the Anesthesia Department Committee, KKUH.

PUBLICATIONS

1.      Al Bakry AK; Al- Assad A, Seraj MA, Al Otaibi Wadha, Harvey P.  Interactive simulation:  A new methodology in medical allied medical and public training. The Saudi Journal of Sports Medicine 2003; 7: No 1- March.

2.      Eldawlatly AA, Al Dohayan ME, Abdel-meguid A, Turkastani A,  Al Otaibi WM, Abdelaziz EM.Variation in dynamic lung compliance during endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy with CO2 insufflation.   Clinical Autonomic Research 2003; 13- supplement 1. 

3.      Abdelazeem El-Dawlatly, Sulaiman AlMajid, Medhat Elsherbeny, Wadha Alotaiby, Faiz A. Shakeel: Near Fatal Pulmonary Embolism . The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology, USA. Texas 2004. Volume 8 Number 2.

4.      A. Samarkandi, M. Naguib, W. Riad, A. Thalaj, W. Alotibi, F. Aldammas, A. Albassam. Melatonin vs Midazolam Premedication in Children A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study, European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2005, 22: 189-196

5.      Abdelazeem A. El-Dawlatly, Gamal Khairy, Abdullah Al-Dohayan, Abdulaziz Alsaigh, Amal Abdulkarim, Wadha Alotaibi: Anesthetic Considerations With Telemanipulative Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Using The Da Vinci System. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology, USA. Texas, 2004. Volume 8 Number 2.

6.      Alsaif A, hmad N, Nawaz S, ALOtaibi W. Effect of Pre-Emptive Bupivacaine infiltration on Post Thyroidectomy Pain. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology, USA. Texas, 2005; 9: No 1.

7.      Essam M. Manna, Osama A. Ibraheim, Samarkandi A, Wadha Al Otaibi and Sherif M. El watidy. The Effect of Prone Position on Respiratory Mechannics during Spinal Surgery. M.E.J. Anesth, Lebanon, 18 (3), 2005.

8.      A. El-Dawlatly, A. Turkistani, K. Alkattan, W. Hajjar, M.B Delvi, A. Alshaer, W. Alotaibi and F. Damas. Anesthesia for thymectomy in myasthenia gravis: A report of 115 cases.  Middle East Journal of Anesthesiology Lebanon, (19) : 6   PP1379-1386 : OCT 2008

9.      Alotaibi, WM. Severe hepatic dysfunction after sevoflurane exposure. SAUDI MEDICAL JOURNAL, KSA, Riyadh,   Volume: 29   Issue: 9: 1344-1346, 2008

10.  Alotaibi, WM. Epidural anesthesia for pediatric surgery in a university hospital in Saudi Arabia : SAUDI MEDICAL JOURNAL, KSA, Riyadh; Volume: 29  Issue: 12: 1723-1725, 2008

11.  Ahmed Turkistani, Abdelazeem A El-Dawlatly, Bilal Delvi, Wadha Alotaibi and Badiah Abdulghani. Critical Incident Monitoring In A Teaching Hospital - The Third Report 2003-2008 - Middle East Journal of Anesthesiology. Lebanon, Volume: 20 Issue: 1: 97-100,  FEB 2009

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Apr , 2008

Poster given Neuroanesthesia, 2008. First International  NeuroAnesthesia Symposium, KFMC, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Nov, 2007

2nd International Symposium on Aneasthesia for Minimally Invasive Surgery, Towaiq Palace, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

May, 2007

Organized and Lecture in education course 2006-2007 in General Anesthesia for Saudi Board in Oral & maxillofacial surgery, fluid therapy, blood transfusion, and airway management

Dec, 2006

1st International Cardiovascular and Thoracic Anesthesia Symposium, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Nov, 2006

8th Saudi Anaesthetic Association Meeting. Towaiq Palace, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Jun, 2006

Euroanaesthesia 2006 Meeting : Annual meeting of the European Society

of Anesthesiology, Madrid, Spain.

May, 2006

Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider. King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Dec, 2005

1st Pain Management Workshop. King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

May, 2005

Essentials of Conducting Clinical Research Symposium. King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Mar, 2005

Organized; 1st International Symposium on Aneasthesia for Minimally Invasive Surgery, College of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Dec, 2004

The Second Regional Anaesthesia Symposium and Workshop, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Oct, 2004

Organized: Workshop on Awake Fiberoptic Intubation, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Sep, 2004

A one day on Mini Symposium on Recent Advances in Obstetric Analgesia/Anaesthesia

College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

May, 2004

Regional Anaesthesia Symposium & Workshop One-day. College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Apr,2004

Mini Symposium on E.N.T. Anaesthesia. King AbdulAziz University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

22 March 2004

6th Middle East Symposium on Anaesthesia for Cardiac Patients. Price Sultan Cardiac Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

18 March 2004

Organized Pediatric Anesthesia Symposium, KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Presentation:  “Fundamental differences between adult and children”.

Feb, 2004

Thoracic Anaesthesia Course and Workshop, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

August 2003

Lecturer and tutor in education course 2003 in General Anesthesia for Saudi Board in

Oral & maxillofacial surgery, fluid therapy, blood transfusion, and airway management.

24 April 2003

Speaker:  Variation in Lung Volume and Dynamic Compliance During Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy with CO2 Insufflations, 3rd Annual Research Conference, KKUH.

Oct, 2002

Intensive Review Course in Anaesthesiology, Dalah Hospital ,Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

March 1998

Symposium on Obestetrics Emergency. College of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Pediatric Anesthesia Experience and Training:

I was a Fellow in Pediatric Anesthesia at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center.  The Fellowship in Pediatric Anesthesia has been accredited by the Saudi Council for Health Specialties and is a two year program. 

The Fellowship in Pediatric Anesthesia commenced in December 2004 and I am one of the first two Fellows in this program.  I graduated in November 2006. 

The program is based at KFSH&RC with the first 12 months concentrating on anesthesia for general pediatric surgery.  This was then followed by rotations to cardiac surgery, PICU, NICU, pain clinic, pre-anaesthesia clinic, NGH (trauma and acute neonatal cases), neurosurgery and ophthalmology.

After my fellowship graduation I provided anesthesia for such cases:

·         Siamese Twin Separation, King Abdulaziz Medical City ,Riyadh (NGHA)

·         Neonatal Emergency

·         Thoracoscopy PDA ligation 

·         Robotic Procedure in pediatric surgery

·         Craniotomy and tumor excision

·         Bronchoscopy in children.

·         Neuroaxil block (Spinal in premature, Epidural (( Caudal and Lumber)))  

TEACHING ACTIVITES:

Lecturer  and tutor:

1.   Basic and Advance life support ( CPR courses)- 2000- 2005

2.  Training medical students  King Saud University -

3.  College of Applied Medical Science King Saud University (2000-2005)

4.  Dental College King Saud University

Topics:  GA, LA; Fluid Therapy; Blood Transfusion; Oxygen Therapy; Airway Management; Medical Emergency (DM, BA, Heat Stroke)

5. Anesthesia Technologist program at KFSH (2005-2006)

6. Med 451 (female Student)

7. Med 044 (female students)

REFERENCES:

1)             Professor Amir B. Channa, MBBS, DA, FFARCS

Anesthesia & ICU,

King Khalid University Hospital

PO Box 2925,

Riyadh 11461, Saudi Arabia

Tel. +966 1 467 1597/99

Fax                 + 966 1 467 9364

Email:  Channaamir@hotmail.com

2)  Professor AA. Samarkandi

Professor and Consultant Anesthesia

Department of Anesthesia and ICU, King Khalid University Hospital

PO Box 2925

Riyadh 11461, Saudi Arabia

Tel. +966 1 467 1597/99

Fax + 966 1 467 9364

Email:   ahsamark@ksu.edu.sa

3)  Dr Johan van der Walt

Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship Coordinator

Department of Anesthesiology, MBC 22

King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre

PO Box 3354                                     

Riyadh 11211, Saudi Arabia

Tel:  +966 1 464 7272 ext 32700

Fax:  +966 1 442 3909

Email: jvanderwalt@kfshrc.edu.sa

4)  Dr Hossam M. Al- Oufii

Consultant

Department of Anesthesiology, MBC 22

        King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre

PO Box 3354                                     

Riyadh 11211, Saudi Arabia

Tel:   +966 1 442 3930

Fax:  +966 1 442 3909

Email: haloufi@kfshrc.edu.sa

   5)  Dr. Abdul Azeem ElDawlatly

         Associate Professor

         Department of Anaesthesia and ICU

         College of Medicine King Saud University

         Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

     6) Prof. Mohamed A. Seraj , FFARCSI

       Professor in Anaesthesia

           P.O. Box  7897

           Riyadh 11159

           Saudi Arabia

           Mob: 0505278603

 

7)       Dr. Mohammed Algammal

       Chairman

       Department of Anesthesiology,

             King Abdulaziz Medical City                

      Riyadh

      Saudi Arabia

     Tel:   +966 1 2520088 Ex # 17031

      Fax:  +966 1 2520088 Ex # 17032

 

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خدمة المجتمع والجامعة

عضو الجمعية السعودية للتخدير

عضو في الهيئة السعودية للتخصصات الصحية

محاضر في المركز الصيفي لمركز رعاية الايتام سنويا

استشاري تخدير غير متفرغ في مدينة الملك فهد الطبية لمدة شهر

طبيب تخدير مؤقت لمدة شهرين 2003م بمستشفى العيون التخصصي بالرياض

استشاري تخدير غير متفرغ في مدينة الملك عبدالعزيز الطبيه – 2008 – حتى الآن

محاضر لعدة دورات في الانعاش القلبي الرئوي في الجامعة

المشاركه والحضور للعديد من المؤتمرات وورش العمل  

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الدكتورة\ وضحى مبارك العتيبي

استاذ مساعد

استشاري تخدير

قسم التخدير والعناية المركزة

كلية الطب- جامعة المللك سعود

الرياض

المملكة العربية السعودية

الرمز البريدي  11472    ص . ب 7805

هاتف  :  4670893

فاكس  :    4679364

 بريد اليكتروني: wadhm@yahoo.com

الحالة الأجتماعية:

·        متزوجة

·        اربع اطفال (بنتبن وولدين)

المؤهلات العلمية:

  • بكالوريوس طب وجراحة 1998
  • الزمالة العربية في التخدير والعناية المركزة 2002م
  • الزماله السعودية في التخدير والعناية المركزة 2003م
  • زمالة جامعة الملك سعود في التخدير والعناية المركزة 2003م
  • شهادة تخصص دقيق "تخدير ألأطفال" 2006م

التخصص:

  • التخدير والعناية المركزة

·        تخدير أطفال

النشاطات والخبرات:

·        تدريس مادة" 044 كطب "

·        حضور ومشاركة في العديد من الندواة والمؤتمرات الداخلية والخارجيه

·        المشاركة في العديد من الابحاث العلمية

·        تدريس الأنعاش القلبي الرئوي

·        المشاركة في تخدير السياميين السعوديين عبدالله وعبدالرحمن بمدينة الملك عبدالعزيز الطبية اثناء عملية الفصل الناجحة رقم 14

·        الاشتراك في العديد من الدورات المتخصصة

·        عضو في مجلس القسم لاعضاء هيئة التدريس

·        عضو في اجتماعات استشاري التخدير بكلية الطب

·        استشاري غير متفرغ - قسم التخدير بمدينة الملك عبدالعزيز الطبية2008-الان

·        العمل كاستشاري تخدير  مؤقت في مدينة الملك فهد الطبية لمدة شهر

·        العمل في قسم التخدير بمستشفى الملك خالد التخصصي للعيون موقتا (شهرين)

·        التدريب والعمل في مستشفى الملك فيصل التخصصي للعام 2004- 2006

·         محاضر في المركز الصيفي "كن صديقي" بالتعاون مع مركز رعاية الايتام سنويا

 

منظم لمادة كطب 044 للبنات - 2007- الان

 

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044 CMED

BASIC ANAESTHESIA CARE AND RESUSCITATION

Female Students

From 20.4.1429H to 2.5.1429H 

FIRST WEEK PRACTICE 

DAY/DATE

GROUP B

GROUP A

Saturday

20.04.1429

26.04.2008

13:00- 16:00         

 

Skill Lab

(Oxygen Therapy & Airway managements)

Dr. Al Otaibi

  

Basic CPR (vedio basic

and advanced )

Dr. Mona

Sunday

21.04.1429

27.04.2008

13:00- 16:00     

 

Anaesthesia Clinic (Preoperative Visit)

Dr. Fatma

Skill Lab (Anaesthesia Instruments & Techniques)

Dr. Fatma

 

Basic CPR practice

 

Dr. Mona

Dr. Masoun

 

 

Monday

22.04.1429

28.04.2008

13:00-16:00

 

 

SICU  & OR

Methodsof anaesthesia

Dr. Badiah

  

Basic CPR practice

               Dr. Mona

Dr. nancy

Tuesday

23.04.1429

29.04.2008

13:00- 16:00

 

SICU (Monitoringof Critical Care)

Dr. Jumana

 

ACLS PRACTICE

1.Defibrillation&Cardioversion/AED       Recognition of Dysrhythmias

& Therapeutic Modalities 

     Dr. Mona

2.      I.V cannulation

Dr. Reem

Wednesday

24.04.1429

30.04.2008

13:00- 16:00

 

 

VEDIO (BLS&ACLS)

Dr. Mona

ACLS PRACTICE

1.Defibrillation&Cardioversion/AED       Recognition of Dysrhythmias

& Therapeutic Modalities 

     Dr.Mona

2.Mega  code

     Dr. Badiah

 

044 CMED

BASIC ANAESTHESIA CARE AND RESUSCITATION

SECOND WEEK PRACTICE

 

DAY/DATE

GROUP A

GROUP B

Saturday

27.04.1429

03.05.2008

    13:00- 16:00

 

            Skill Lab

(Oxygen Therapy & Airway managements)

Dr. Al Otaibi

  

Basic CPR practice

Dr. Mona

Dr. Nancy

 

Sunday

28.04.1429

04.05.2008

13:00- 16:00

 

Anaesthesia Clinic (Preoperative Visit)

Dr. Fatma

Skill Lab (Anaesthesia Instruments & Techniques)

Dr. Fatma

 

 

Basic CPR practice

Dr. Mona

Dr. Masoun

 

Monday

29.04.1429

05.05.2008

13:00- 16;00

 

SICU  & OR

Methods of anesthesia

Dr. Badiah

 

ACLS PRACTICE

1.Defibrillation&Cardioversion/AED Recognition of Dysrhythmias

& Therapeutic Modalities

Dr. Mona

2.I.V cannulation

Dr. Reem

Tuesday

01.05.1429

06.05.2008

13:00- 16:00

 

SICU (Monitoring of Critical Care)

Dr. Jumana

 

 

 

 

ACLS PRACTICE

1.Defibrillation&Cardioversion/AED Recognition of Dysrhythmias

& Therapeutic Modalities 

     Dr. Mona

2.Mega  code

Dr. Badiah    

                                       

Wednesday

02.05.1429

07.05.2008

OSQE EXAM

09:00 AM TO 10:00AM

Dr. Mona

 WRITTEN EXAM

10:30AM TO 11:30AM

Dr. Al Otaibi

  

044 CMED

BASIC ANAESTHESIA CARE AND RESUSCITATION

                                                          FIRIST WEEK PRACTICE

DATE

TIME

TOPIC

LECTURER

Saturday

20.04.1429

26.04.2008

               

 

9:00 – 10:15

 

10:30-12:00

 

Airway adjuncts, oxygen therapy & endotracheal intubation

 

Peripheral & central I.V. cannulation

 

 

Dr.Al Otaibi

 

Dr.Al Otaibi

 

Sunday

21.04.1429

27.04.2008

             

 

9:00 – 10:15

10:30-12:00

 

Understanding of general anaesthesia

Preoperative assessment

 

 

Dr. Fatma

Dr. Fatma

Monday

22.04.1429

28.04.2008

 

 

9:00 – 10:15

10:30-12:00

 

Transfusion of blood and its uses

Shock

 

Dr. Badiah

Dr. Badiah

Tuesday

23.04.1429

29.04.2008

 

9:00 – 10:15

 

10:30-12:00

 

Pharmacology 1 & 2

 

Acute coronary syndrome

Dr. Jumana

 

Dr. Jumana

Wednesday

24.04.1429

30.04.2008

 

 

9:00 – 10:15

 

10:30-12:00

 

 

Environmentalemergenciesand specialsituation for resuscitation

Arrhythmias & D.C. shock and cardioversion

 

Dr. Mona

 

Dr. Mona

 


044 CMED

BASIC ANAESTHESIA CARE AND RESUSCITATION

SECOND WEEK LECTURE

 

Saturday

28.04.1429

 03.04.2008

 

09:00–10:15

  

10:30–12:00

 

Local anesthesia

  

ACLS Cases

 

Dr. Al Otaibi

  

Dr. Mona

 

Sunday

29.04.1429

04.05.2008

 

09:00–10:15

  

10:30–12:00

 

Post operative Analgesia

  

Post operative anesthesia care and comlication

 

Dr. Fatma

  

Dr. Fatma

 

Monday

30.04.1429

05.05.2008

 

09:00–10:15

 

 

10:30–12:00

 

Orientation on basic work in I.C.U. and operating theater

 

Standard of care and monitoring in anaesthetic practice

 

 

Dr. Badiah

 

 

Dr. Badiah

 

Tuesday

01.05.1429

06.05.2008

09:00–10:15

 

 

10:30–12:00

ACLS Cases

 

 

ACLS Cases

 

Dr. Mona

 

Dr. Mona

 

Wednesday

02.05.1429

    07.05.2008

 

 

10:30–11:30

 

 

 

 

FINAL WRITTEN EXAMINATION

          Dr. Al Otaibi / Dr. Mona

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                         Dr.Alotaibi

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أستشاري تخدير ألآطفال

قسم التخدير والعلاج المركــز

كلية الطب ومستشفى الملك خالد الجامعي

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الرمز البريدي  11472    ص . ب 7805

هاتف  :  4670893

فاكس  :    4679364

البريد ألأليكتروني

wmubarak@ksu.edu.sa

 

 

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Dr. Alotaibi 

044 CMED

BASIC ANAESTHESIA CARE AND RESUSCITATION 

Duration: 2 Weeks Course

                Fourth grade

Credit Hours: 4

Anesthesia Department 

College of Medicine, King Saud University


     CLINICAL PRACTICE AND RESUSCITATION  

The course consists of theoretical and practical parts. The course focuses on the assessment,
care of injuries and medical emergencies. Covering general work in medical specialties,
general surgery, medicine, paediatric, obstetric and gynecological wards, operating
theatres, intensive care units and the accident and Emergency Department. The course covers the following points. Clinical assessment, clerking, recording and charting of vital signs. The practical component of the course is held at the Training Centre.

OBJECTIVES:
The student will be exposed to Basic & Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider Course beside other resuscitation procedures and ethical issue on clinical practice.

At the end of this course the student will be able to gain skill in resuscitation (cardiac, trauma, etc…) also they have to complete the logbook which contain 20 different cases.

EVALUATION:
• Attendance
• Basic & Advanced Cardiac Life Support Examination (OSCE)
• Marking of logbook ;20 cases

Outline:

  1. Airway adjuncts, oxygen therapy & endotracheal intubation
  2. Peripheral & central I.V. cannulation
  3. Understanding of general anaesthesia
  4. Preoperative assessment
  5. Transfusion of blood and its uses
  6. Shock
  7. Pharmacology 1 & 2
  8. Acute coronary syndrome
  9. Environmentalemergenciesand specialsituation for resuscitation
  10. Arrhythmias & D.C. shock and cardioversion 
  11. Local anesthesia
  12. ACLS Cases
  13. Post operative Analgesia
  14. Post operative anesthesia care and comlication
  15. Orientation on basic work in I.C.U. and operating theater
  16. Standard of care and monitoring in anaesthetic practice
  17. ACLS Cases

References:

* Anesthesia for Medical Students by Bryce Smith.

* Literature and Manual Provided by Department of Anesthsia, King Saud University.

 

 

 وصف المقرر

مقرر مادة 044 كطب (اساسيات التخدير والانعاش)

 

عدد الساعات  = 4 (3+1)

النظري =1 ساعة

العملي  = 3 ساعات

وصف المادة:

الهدف الأساسي من تدريس المادة:-

 هو إعطاء الطالب المعلومات الأساسية في مادة التخدير والتنويم بكافـة صوره سـواء كان التخـدير العـام أو المـوضعـي ويكـون ذلك بالمحاضرات النظرية والتطبيقات العملية والإكلينيكية ومعامل المهارات الطبية. بالإضافة إلي تعليم الطالب سبل المحافظة على الحياة بدورتيها الأساسية والمتقدمة.

مدة الدورة :-

    أسبـوعين.

محتويات المادة :-

المحاضرات النظرية :-

1-     نظرة عامة عن علم التخدير .

2-     تقييم المريض قبل إجراء أي عملية جراحية.

3-     المشاكل الطبية الطارئة المصاحبة لعملية التخدير وما بعد الإفاقة.

4-     المشاكل القلبية والرئوية المصاحبة لعملية التخدير وطرق التعامل معها.

5-     مقدمة عن الوسائل المختلفة المستخدمة في عمليات التخدير العام والموضعي.

6-     كيفية استخدام أجهزة مراقبة المريض أثناء العملية الجراحية وفترة الإفاقة والمتابعة في غرفة الإنعاش والعناية المركزة.

7-     نقل الدم والسوائل الأخرى للمريض والمشاكل المصاحبة لها وكيفية التعامل معها.

8-     كيفية استخدام الأكسجين والغازات الأخرى والوسائل المختلفة للمحافظة على مجرى التنفس والتنبيب الرغامي.

9-     الوسائل المختلفة للحقن الوريدي والمشاكل المصاحبة لها وطرق التعامل معها.

10- محاضرات مختلفة في الإنعاش القلبي الرئوي الأساسي والمتقدم.

العملي والإكلينيكي :-

1-     دورة في الإنعاش القلبي الرئوي الأساسي ( 8 ساعات ).

2-     دورة في الإنعاش القلبي الرئوي المتقدم   ( 16 ساعة  ).

3-     التدرب على التخدير النصفي والموضعي في معمل المهارات الطبية.

4-     تمكين الطالب من أخذ دورة ما بين عيادة التخدير وغرف العمليات وغرف العناية المركزة.

تقييم الطالب:-

        1- حضور الطالب أثناء الدورة                                                                                   20 درجة

        2- دورة الإنعاش القلبي الرئوي الأساسي والمتقدم                                                      80  درجة

        3- تقييم الطالب أثناء حضوره في عيادة التخدير وغرف العمليات وغرف العناية المركزة               100 درجة

        4- الامتحان النظري النهائي                                                                                    100 درجة

       5- المجموع                                                                                                         300 درجة

 

                                                                                                                                            ألمراجع العلمية  

* Anesthesia for Medical Students by Bryce Smith.

* Literature and Manual Provided by Department of Anesthsia, King Saud University.

                                                                                 Dr. Alotaibi

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SURG 451  (Female)     10 Cr. Hours
The course is composed of one week practical, which covers pure anesthesia and Intensive  Care. It is composed of theoretical and practical parts. The student is expected to complete the  required logbook.

OBJECTIVES:
To learn the basic theory and gain practical experience in:
1.) Pre-operative Clinical Assessment and medical anaesthetic problems.
2.) Re-certification in Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
3.) Intra-operative monitoring
4.) Principles of critical care, monitoring and management in S.I.C.U.
5.) Post-operative chest & cardiac complications and its management
6.) Basic Principles of General & Local Anesthesia

EVALUATION:
• Attendance
• Logbook
• Special OSCI/Oral Examination (part of the surgical examination)

                                                                                Dr. Alotaibi

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Books Recommended for Anesthesia and Intensive Care: 

Post-graduate Residents:

  1. Anesthesia  by Miller.
  2. Textbook of Anaesthesia by Aitkenhead, Rowbotham and Smith.
  3. Clinical Anesthesiology by Morgan and Mikhail.
  4. Anesthesiology Problem-Oriented Patient Management by Yao and Artusio
  5. Lee's Synopsis of Anaesthesia by Atkinson, Rushman and Davies.
  6. Anaesthetic by Equipment. Ward.
  7. Basic Physics and Measurement in Anaesthesia by Davis, Parbrook and Kenny.
  8. Understanding Anesthesia Equipment by Jerry Dorsch and Susan Drosch.
  9. Basic Clinical Pharmacokinetics by Michael E. Winter.
  10. Drugs and Anesthesia by Margaret Wood and Alastair Wood.
  11. The ICU Book by Marino.

 

Undergraduate Students:

  1. Anesthesia for Medical Students by Bryce Smith.
  2. Literature and Manual Provided by Department of Anesthesia. KSU.

                                                  

                                                      Dr. Alotaibi

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Single best answer.

  1. Each of the following parameters of cerebral perfusion and metabolism is approximately equal to 50 EXCEPT

a)     Cerebral oxygen consumption in mL O²/min for a normal adult

b)     Lower limit of mean arterial pressure for cerebral autoregulation in mmHg

c)     Normal cerebral blood flow in mL/100g tissue/min

d)     PaO² at which cerebral blood flow increases

e)     PaCO² at which cerebral blood flow doubles

  1. An 8-kg, 5-month-old infant undergoes craniotomy for an arteriovenous malformation. During the procedure, severe hemorrhaging occurs and packed red blood cells 3 units are transfused rapidly. During infusion of the third unit, hypotension, nodal bigeminy, and prolongation of the QT interval are noted. The most appropriate management includes administration of

a)     bicarbonate

b)     calcium

c)     ephedrine

d)     lidocaine

e)     potassium 

  1. Which of the following statements concerning autonomic hyperflexia after spinal cord transection is true?

a)     It occurs within 24 hours after the injury

b)     It occurs with lesions below T10

c)     It is caused by a reflex increase in parasympathetic outflow

d)     It is characterized by paroxysmal hypotension and tachycardia

e)     It is prevented by blocking afferent visceral pathways

  1. A 70-kg, 46-year-old man is undergoing clipping of a cerebral aneurysm with nitrous oxide, opioid, relaxant anesthesia. He is otherwise healthy. As the surgeons are about to enter the dura, the brain is noted to be tense and bulging. Heart rate is 100 bpm and mean arterial pressure is 90 mmHg, Pa0² 120 mmHg, PaCO² is 23 mmHg, and pH is 7.50.

Which of the following should be done immediately?

a)     Hyperventiliation to a PaCO² of 15 to 20 mmHg

b)     Administration of furosemide 20 mg intravenously

c)     Administration of mannitol 0.5 g/kg

d)     Administration of thiopental 250 mg in increments

e)     Addition of halothane 1% to deepen anesthesia

  1. Which of the following is most reliable for treatment of cerebral artery vasospasm associated with subarachnoid hemorrhage?

a)     Antifibrinolytic therapy

b)     Hyperventilation

c)     Mannitol infusion

d)     Nitroprusside infusion

e)     Volume expansion

  1. One hour after induction of anesthesia for a posterior fossa craniotomy using opioid, relaxant, and nitrous oxide, the brain begins to protrude through the dura. The most effective measure to decreases intracranial pressure is to

a)     administer additional opioid

b)     decrease PaCO² from 25 to 15 mm Hg

c)     drain cerebrospinal fluid

d)     discontinue nitrous oxide

e)     induce hypotension

  1. Which of the following statements concerning air embolism during intracranial operations is true?

a)     It does not occur in supine patients

b)     It is prevented by positive end-expiratory pressure

c)     It is confined to the right side of the heart and the pulmonary vasculature

d)     It is detectable by measurement of end-tidal nitrogen

e)     It is most efficiently treated by aspiration from a pulmonary artery catheter

  1. The EEG of a patient undergoing anesthesia with high-dose fentanyl would most likely show

a)     the same pattern seen with enflurane 0.5 MAC

b)     cessation of low-frequency activity

c)     accentuation of high-frequency activity

d)     uniform depression of all frequencies

e)     low-frequency, high-amplitude activity

  1. Which of the following statements concerning cerebral vasospasm following intracranial hemorrhage is true?

a)     It is accompanied by paradoxical intracranial hypotension

b)     It responds to nitroprusside therapy

c)     It persists more than 48 hours after hemorrhage

d)     It is exacerbated by intravascular volume expansion

e)     It is confirmed by ST-T wave changes in the absence of myocardardial ischemia

 

DIRECTIONS For each of the questions or incomplete statements below, ONE or MORE of the answers or completions given is correct. On the answer sheet fill in the circle containing

A if only 1, 2, and 3 are correct,

B if only 1 and 3 are correct,

C if only 2 and 4 are correct,

D if only 4 is correct,

E if all are correct.

 

FOR EACH QUESTION FILL IN ONLY ONE CIRCLE ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET

 

DIRECTIONS SUMMARIZED

   A                  B                     C                     D                     E

1, 2, 3              1, 3                  2, 4                  4                  All are

ONLY                ONLY               ONLY             ONLY                correct       

  

 

 

 


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10.) Four weeks after spinal cord transection at T5, a 24-year-old man is undergoing cystoscopy with nitrous oxide, oxygen, and isoflurane delivered by mask with assisted ventilation. At the start of the procedure, he appears stable; temperature is 36°C, heart rate is 84 bpm, respirations are 24/min, and blood pressure is 110/70 mmHg. As the procedure continues, his face and neck become red, heart rate decreases to 42 bpm, and blood pressure increases to 220/110 mmHg.

Management should include:

 

1.     discontinuation of all anesthetics

2.     emptying the patient’s bladder

3.     administration of succinylcholine and tracheal intubation

4.     administration of a ganglionic blocker

 

11.) Brain stem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) are superior to somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) for intraoperative monitoring because BAEPs are

1.     affected less by hypothermia

2.     affected less by patient cooperation

3.     more likely to detect spinal cord ischemia

4.     more resistant to the effects of anesthesia

 

12.) A 32-year-old woman is unresponsive and has bilateral pupillary dilation in the PACU 30 minutes after clipping of a large intracranial aneurysm. Intraoperatively, hypotension was induced with isoflurane and trimethaphan. Edrophonium was used to antagonize vecuronium-induced neuromuscular block. Possible causes of the papillary dilation include

1.) residual trimethaphan

2.) residual isoflurane

3.) cerebral hypoperfusion

4.) residual edropphonium

 

13.) An 18-year-old patient undergoes surgical ablation of a seizure focus under fentanyl, droperidol, nitrous oxide, and a relaxant. Postoperatively, grimacing and torticollis develop after administration of prochlorperazine for nausea and vomiting. Appropriate management includes administration of

1.) benztropine

2.) phenytoin

3.) diphenhydramine

4.) physostigmine

 

14.) During insertion of a Harrington rod, somatosensory evoked responses show increased latency and decreased amplitude. These findings are consistent with

1.) deeping isoflurane anesthesia

2.) hypothermia

3.) spinal cord ischemia

4.) administration of etomidate

 

15.) Motor tract dysfunction during spinal instrumentation will be defected by

1.) electromyography

2.) somatosensory evoked potentials

3.) electroencephalography

4.) wake-up testing

 

16.) Perioperative events associated with surgical excision of a mass at the pontomedullary junction include

a)     bradycardia

b)     obtunded gag reflex

c)     prolonged apnea

d)     meiosis

 

17.) A patient is undergoing clipping of a giant aneurysm requiring deliberate hypotension. Adding isoflurane will

            1.) increase cerebral blood flow

            2.) eliminate responsiveness of the cerebral vasculature to carbon dioxide

            3.) decrease cerebral metabolic rate

            4.) increase intracranial pressure

 

Answers:           1-         E

                        2-         B

                        3-         E

                        4-         C

                        5-         E

                        6-         C

                        7-         D

                        8-         E

                        9-         C

10-       C

11-       D

12        B

13-       B

14-       A

15-       D

16-       A

17-       B

 

 

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Dr. Wadha Alotaibi

Associate Professor and Consultant Anesthesia
Pediatric Anesthesia Consultant
Anesthesia Department
College of Medicine
King Saud University
Work Phone: 1-4670893
Fax: 1-4679364
E-mail: wadhm@yahoo.com

P.O.BOX: 27633
Riyadh, 11427
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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Dr. Wadha Alotaibi

Associate Professor and Consultant Anesthesia
Pediatric Anesthesia Consultant

Anesthesia Department
College of Medicine

King Saud University

Work Phone: 1-4670893

Fax: 1-4679364

E-mail: wadhm@yahoo.com

wmubarak@ksu.edu.sa



P.O.BOX: 27633
Riyadh, 11427 
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Dr. Wadha Alotaibi

Associate Professor and Consultant Anesthesia
Pediatric Anesthesia Consultant

Anesthesia Department
College of Medicine

King Saud University

Work Phone: 1-4670893

Fax: 1-4679364

E-mail: wadhm@yahoo.com

wmubarak@ksu.edu.sa



P.O.BOX: 27633
Riyadh, 11427 
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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