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About APSS

Anaesthesiologists have made remarkable contributions to patient safety in the past decades. The issues of patient safety in anaesthesia have been addressed sporadically during local meetings and to our knowledge, APSS 2023 is the only conference to be held in the country and possibly in this region dedicated to education and learning of anaesthesia patient safety.

APSS 2023 will bring together global and local leaders and practitioners committed to improving patient safety. Through sharing of safety-related news, ideas and opinions among the multi-disciplinary perioperative team members and other stakeholders, the patient safety may be further advanced to drive the best possible patient outcomes.

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Save the Date

20 — 21 May 2023

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20 — 21 May 2023

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Who Should Attend APSS 2023

Perioperative healthcare providers (doctors and allied health professionals), hospital managers, policy makers and other stakeholders in Malaysia and from this region.

Programme Highlights

PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT

LECTURE 5
Personal Electronic Devices and Patient Safety

by Brian J. Thomas, JD

Technology has advanced many aspects of the practice of anesthesiology, including immediate availability of patient medical records, more efficient…

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

SYMPOSIUM 1
Perioperative Clinical Deterioration

by Steven Greenberg, MD, FCCP, FCCM

Authors of the anesthesia closed claims database, recently suggested that failure to rescue events occurred in 1 of 5 claims for those patients suffering from severe permanent injury or death.

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