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Wednesday 13 March 2019, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Critically ill obstetric patients either within an Intensive Care Unit or an obstetric High Dependency Unit make up an increasing workload in Intensive Care Medicine. Often, this is an area of the curriculum that is perhaps most unfamiliar and under-appreciated.
This trainees’ evening will explore the pathophysiology, identification and management of peri-partum complications.
Evening | Registration: 18:00 | Organised by: Critical Care Medicine Section |
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