16th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists

28 August - 2 September 2016
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Philip Guise

Affiliation: Anaesthesia Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand;

Award / titles received: MBChB, Bristol, UK, 1981 FRCA, 1986, FANZCA, 1989

Statement of expertise for the sub-committee: Specialist anaesthetist, Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland City Hospital is New Zealand's largest public hospital and clinical research facility. His areas of special interest include adult and paediatric ophthalmic anaesthesia, neuroanaesthesia and anaesthetic equipment. He introduced sub-Tenon blocks to New Zealand in 1992 and has published several papers on sub-Tenons anaesthesia, the use of Hyalase in sub-Tenon blocks and anaesthesia for strabismus surgery as well as a book chapter in an Ophthalmic anaesthesia textbook. He has performed over 19,000 sub-Tenon blocks. He was an invited speaker for the past three World Congresses of Ophthalmic anaesthesia (WCOA) in London, Cairo and Ankara, and at the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Congress in Singapore in 2014. He has also presented at conferences in the UK, Europe, Asia and Australasia. He is involved in teaching and training in Ophthalmic anaesthesia and is the Supervisor for the Ophthalmic Specialised Study Unit for the Auckland Regional training scheme. 

Biography: 1990- Current. Specialist anaesthetist, Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland City Hospital is New Zealand's largest public hospital and clinical research facility. His areas of special interest include adult and paediatric ophthalmic anaesthesia, neuroanaesthesia and anaesthetic equipment. He introduced sub-Tenon blocks to New Zealand in 1992 and has published several papers on sub-Tenons anaesthesia, the use of Hyalase in sub-Tenon blocks and anaesthesia for strabismus surgery as well as a book chapter in an Ophthalmic anaesthesia textbook. He has performed over 19,000 sub-Tenon blocks. He was an invited speaker for the past three World Congresses of Ophthalmic anaesthesia (WCOA) in London, Cairo and Ankara, and at the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Congress in Singapore in 2014. He has also presented at conferences in the UK, Europe, Asia and Australasia. He is involved in teaching and training in Ophthalmic anaesthesia and is the Supervisor for the Ophthalmic Specialised Study Unit for the Auckland Regional training scheme.

Disclosure of Interest: None declared

 


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