Webinars & Online Courses

Upcoming Complimentary Educational Webinars

Each month SAMBA offers complimentary educational webinar sessions for attendees to hear from experts in the ambulatory anesthesiology field. SAMBA members have access to SAMBA Webinar recordings. Non-Members can view a portion of the Webinar recordings. Click here to view the recordings.

NPO Guidelines and Gastric POCUS in Pediatric Patients

Thursday, August 18, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm CST
Moderator: Claude Abdallah, MD
Presenter: Andrew Matisoff, MD

This webinar aim is to discuss current pediatric NPO guidelines, and demonstrate how to perform point of care gastric ultrasound with a special emphasis on pediatric patients with NPO violation.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Discuss current pediatric NPO guidelines
  • Learn how to perform point of care gastric ultrasound
  • Presenter’s approach to using Gastric POCUS with a possible NPO violation

Past Webinars

To view recordings of past SAMBA webinars, please click here.

ASA & SAMBA Courses

Neuromuscular Blockade in the Ambulatory Setting: Safe Practices

The latest complimentary e-learning from ASA and SAMBA is ideal for any care team member involved in ambulatory anesthesia, as well as anyone concerned with improving operational efficiency. Learn about appropriate dosing, special considerations for geriatric patients, the economics of NMB and more within the course.

Discover NMB best practices and benefits for your patients and your practice, and earn up to 6 CME. Find out how low you can dose, how to treat elderly patients in an outpatient setting, the economic considerations of neuromuscular blockade reversal agents and more.

The following button will link to the ASA website where the complimentary course will be added to your cart. Click through to be granted access to the free e-learning course.

SAMBA is proud offer this and other opportunities to earn CME’s with its monthly webinars and yearly conferences, aimed at physicians in the ambulatory setting. Consider becoming a member today.