Welcome

From the early beginning of modern anesthesia in our country, the SARB was at your side organizing scientific meetings, supporting the education of residents, promoting research, as well as editing the “Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica”. These challenges and our contribution to important consensus meetings inspired us to achieve our goals in patient care, education and research.

Today, your Society intends to further support you in the practice of our medical specialty. We will continue to provide you with information and postgraduate learning opportunities, but we intend to do so in a much more interactive way. This site is yours: do not hesitate to submit opinions, comments and material of interest.

As you know, anesthesia is broadening its scope to perioperative medicine. This may have an important impact on our daily practice. For this reason, during the months preceding our annual meeting, we will focus on the topic: what does perioperative medicine mean for a Belgian anesthesiologist today? At our annual meeting we will try to provide you with some answers to this question.

Prof. Marc Van de Velde
President


 

Latest news

Dr. Jan Mulier, MD, PhD winnaar van de MSD AWARD 2017
75 jaar na de eerste klinische toepassing van een neuromusculair block door Griffith, heeft Dr. Mulier de MSD grant voor onderzoek naar neuromusculaire blokkers ontvangen.
Op 10/06/1997 werd suggamadex ontdekt, dus exact 20j geleden.

"Deep neuromuscular blockade versus remifentanyl or sevoflurane to augment measurable laparoscopic workspace during bariatric surgery analysed by a randomised controlled trial."


Winners SARB Graduation Day

  • Best Masterwork: 
    Xenon as an adjuvant to sevoflurane for cardiac catheterization in children: A randomized controlled trial
    Daan Bringmans, UZ Leuven
     
  • Best Abstract 1: Prospective double blind randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial of the Pectoral Nerves (Pecs) Block Type II
    Barbara Versyck, UZ Leuven
     
  • Best Abstract 2: Addition of liposome bupivacaine in interscalene brachial plexus block lowers postoperative pain up to seven days after rotator cuff  surgery
    Shaun de Meirsman, KUL
     
  • Best Abstract 3: Crystalloid vs colloid for intraoperative resuscitation using a closed-loop system: A randomized double blinded controlled trial in major abdominal surgery
    ​Amelie Delaporte, CHU Brugmann

GRANTS

Dr. Joosten and Dr. Bardaji
Manual versus Automated Optimization of Anesthesia, Analgesia, Fluid Management and Ventilation using multiple Closed-loop Systems: Impact On The Incidence Of Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction In Elderly Patients Undergoing Moderate to High Risk Surgery  

Dr. La Tmimi
Xenon for the prevention of postoperative delirium in a cordial surgery: a prospective randomized controlled trial

 
Dr. Dewinter
Quadratus lumborum block vs. perioperative intravenous lidocaine vs. patient controlled intravenous morphine for postoperative pain control after laparoscopic colorectal surgery: a prospective, randomized, double-blind controlled clinical trial.

 
Dr. Van Limme
Effects of sevoflurane and propofol on hepato-splanchnic pressure and flow during hepatobiliary surgery.


Dr. Ordies
OVERCOMING ORGAN SHORTAGE AND IMPROVING DONOR ORGAN QUALITY AND FUNCTION IN LUNG TRANSPLANTATION: A MULTIMODALITY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


9th World Congress of the World Institute of Pain (WIP) - May 9-12, 2018 - Dublin, Ireland 


III Congress of Russian Obstetrical Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists Association


Graag informeren wij u over het feit dat de opdruk op de Durogesic pleisters voor transdermaal gebruik is aangepast; de pleisters zullen een gekleurde rand bevatten. De pleisters met het nieuwe ontwerp zullen beschikbaar zijn op de markt vanaf eind november. Klik hier voor meer informatie.

On tient à vous signaler que l'impression figurant sur les dispositifs transdermiques Durogesic a été adaptée ; les patchs comporteront dorénavant un bord coloré.
Les nouveaux patchs adaptés seront disponibles sur le marché dès la fin novembre. Cliquez-ici.