What makes our courses different from our competitor courses

“Dr. Sameer says about Regional Anaesthesia”

IBC-MYRAG (Mid Yorkshire Regional Anaesthesia Group) Ultrasound Course is growing from strength to strength and is one of the most popular Regional Anaesthesia Course in the UK and also in Dubai, UAE!!

The 1st Dubai Ultrasound course was a runaway success, with delegates from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Iraq, Jordan, Egypt and other Middle East countries. The course was full, and the feedback was exceptional and had comments that the course was much better than similar courses run there. The hands-on element was really appreciated and gave the delegates much-needed confidence to start doing regional anaesthesia blocks.

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Techniques for Lower-Extremity Nerve Blocks

It is becoming a very sought after USGRA Course. The 2nd Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course would be held in Dubai on 18th & 19th August 2017.

There has been tremendous interest in USGRA for the past few years and is a powerful and useful technique in the armamentarium of Anaesthetists and Emergency Medicine doctors. We are very fortunate to have very keen and enthusiastic faculty with major interest and knowledge in USGRA, and we have made a programme to ensure that you do get a solid foundation to develop your skills in this important area.

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Techniques for Upper-Extremity Nerve Blocks

All the useful and necessary blocks are covered comprehensively by faculty, with vast experience in doing these blocks, and teaching on similar courses in the UK. The Royal College of Anaesthetists, London has kindly given 10 CPD credits, and its recognition for this course, and is recognised for EDRA. Ultrasound guidance for Vascular Access & Regional Anesthesia

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This course is open to all Consultants, middle grades, and trainees in Anaesthesia and Emergency Medicine.


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