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"Haemodynamic monitoring in the critically ill patient: current and evolving echo techniques"

Dr Garry's talk covers the theory underlying haemodynamic monitoring, how we have done it up to now and why echocardiography is a good way of doing it. He uses clinical cases to illustrate the practical everyday utility of this modality and will touch on what the future holds.


David GarryDr Garry is a Specialty Registrar (ST6) in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in Oxford, now part of Health Education Thames Valley. He graduated from Cambridge in 2003 and moved to Oxford after completing his House Officer year. He has a particular interest in echocardiography in the critically ill, and is currently completing a fellowship that will result in British Society of Echocardiography accreditation in transthoracic echocardiography. He also has a strong interest in teaching and training. He is a regular faculty member on FICE courses and currently leads weekly bedside FICE teaching for the Oxford Deanery ICM trainees. He has been an ALS Instructor for the last seven years and also teaches on a regional simulation based transfer training course. He was previously the ICM Trainee Representative and ICS Trainee Linkman for the Oxford Deanery (2012-2013), and hopes to build on this role as the FICM Trainee Representative Elect.


The lecture will be chaired by Professor David Cranston, Associate Professor of Surgery at the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences. 

All members of the University and NHS clinical staff are welcome.