PRIMERA SESIÓN DE LA SMAP 2018. ENTRADA LIBRE
ASPECTOS ANESTÉSICOS DEL PACIENTE QUEMADO
DR. PLÁCIDO SÁNCHEZ ACOSTA (INP)
LUNES 12 FEBRERO / 19:30 HRS.
AUDITORIO DEL HOSPITAL ÁNGELES METROPOLITANO. TLACOTALPAN 59 COL. ROMA SUR, DEL. CUAUHTÉMOC, C.P. 06760, CIUDAD DE MÉXICO.



REQUISITOS PARA ASOCIARSE A LA SMAP

Anestesiólogos pediatras
• Copia de Diploma de la Institución y/o Universidad que lo acredita en su formación como anestesiólogo pediatra.
• Copia de Cédula de Sub especialidad como Anestesiólogo Pediatra.


Anestesiólogos Generales
• Copia del Diploma Universitario como Anestesiólogo y/o de la Institución donde egresó.
• Copia de Cédula de especialidad.
• Carta expedida por su jefe de servicio de la Institución donde labora y que confirme su trabajo con pacientes pediátricos por espacio igual o mayor a 3 años.


Médicos residentes de la sub especialidad de anestesiología pediátrica
• Copia que avale su curso por jefe de servicio de la institución donde realiza su entrenamiento.
• Copia del Diploma Universitario de Anestesiología y su cédula de la especialidad.



COSTOS

Inscripción a la SMAP $1,000 M.N.
Anualidad $1,000 M.N.

Este monto puede ser depositado a la siguiente cuenta bancaria:
BBVA BANCOMER
Cta. 0132565420
CLABE 0121 8000 1325 6542 00
Sociedad Mexicana de Anestesiología Pediátrica A.C.

Una vez realizado el pago, enviar a smap.mx@gmail.com los siguientes datos:
Nombre completo, correo electrónico, dirección postal, teléfono de contacto, imagen de la ficha de depósito.

The Top 6 in Pediatric Anesthesia


by Fiadjoe


Neurodevelopmental outcome at 2 years of age after general anaesthesia and awake-regional anaesthesia in infancy (GAS): an international, multicenter, randomized controlled trial



Davidson AJ, Disma N, de Graaff JC, Withington DE, McCann ME et al. Jul, 2016

Background
Preclinical data suggest that general anaesthetics affect brain development. There is mixed evidence from cohort studies that young children exposed to anaesthesia can have an increased risk of poor neurodevelopmental outcome. We aimed to establish whether general anaesthesia in infancy has any effect on neurodevelopmental outcome. Here we report the secondary outcome of neurodevelopmental outcome at 2 years of age in the General Anaesthesia compared to Spinal anaesthesia (GAS) trial.

Methods
In this international assessor-masked randomised controlled equivalence trial, we recruited infants younger than 60 weeks postmenstrual age, born at greater than 26 weeks' gestation, and who had inguinal herniorrhaphy, from 28 hospitals in Australia, Italy, the USA, the UK, Canada, the Netherlands, and New Zealand. Infants were randomly assigned (1:1) to receive either awake-regional anaesthesia or sevoflurane-based general anaesthesia. Web-based randomisation was done in blocks of two or four and stratified by site and gestational age at birth. Infants were excluded if they had existing risk factors for neurological injury. The primary outcome of the trial will be the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence Third Edition (WPPSI-III) Full Scale Intelligence Quotient score at age 5 years. The secondary outcome, reported here, is the composite cognitive score of the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development III, assessed at 2 years. The analysis was as per protocol adjusted for gestational age at birth. A difference in means of five points (1/3 SD) was predefined as the clinical equivalence margin. This trial is registered with ANZCTR, number ACTRN12606000441516 and ClinicalTrials.gov, number NCT00756600.

Findings
Between Feb 9, 2007, and Jan 31, 2013, 363 infants were randomly assigned to receive awake-regional anaesthesia and 359 to general anaesthesia. Outcome data were available for 238 children in the awake-regional group and 294 in the general anaesthesia group. In the as-per-protocol analysis, the cognitive composite score (mean [SD]) was 98·6 (14·2) in the awake-regional group and 98·2 (14·7) in the general anaesthesia group. There was equivalence in mean between groups (awake-regional minus general anaesthesia 0·169, 95% CI −2·30 to 2·64). The median duration of anaesthesia in the general anaesthesia group was 54 min.