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Managerial assignement - A category (Protocol n. 17081 of May 15th 2012): Surgery of Echo-guided Pain Therapy
Knows and speaks correctly English and Spanish.
Basic knowledge and use of the Office suite and the Internet.
Between 2007 and 2020 he participated as a speaker to over 300 national and international congresses, including the "Nysora World Anesthesia Congress" (Dubai, March 7th-12th, 2010), the "12th Nysora Annual Symposium on Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Management" (New York, September 21st-22nd, 2013). He was invited as Instructor from the first to fifth editions of the "NYSORA Middle-East International Symposium" (2014-2019).
He has held over 120 workshops and cadaver workshops on anaesthesia and regional ens-echo-guided analgesia techniques.
He is author/coauthor of 20 publications and first author of the book "Tecniche di anestesia locoregionale ecoguidate" ("Echo-guided Locoregional Anesthesia Techniques") with the publisher Elsevier-Masson (copyright 2010) and the book "Tecniche ecoguidate in anestesia e terapia del dolore" ("Echo-guided Anesthesia and Pain Therapy Techniques") with the same publisher (copyright 2013). The latter has been translated into Spanish by the publisher Amolca (Tècnicas Ecoguiadas en Anestesia y Terapia del Dolor), for the Spanish and South American market.
He is the first author of the chapter "Common Nerve Blocks of the Lower Limb" for the book Arthroscopy Basic to Advanced (Springer 2016).
In 2017, he published a book on the advanced applications of ultrasound in peripheral nerve blocks: Echoguided Nerve Blocks: Basic to Advanced (publisher EDRA-Elsevier) translated for the Iberian and Latin American market by Amolca (Bloqueos Nerviosos Ecoguiados. Sonoanatomìa Bàsica y Avanzada). The three texts have totaled over 40.000 copies for the Italian market.
He is a member of the following scientific societies:
He participates in phase II and phase III research projects involving the Rizzoli Institute.
He is interested in the techniques of central and peripheral regional anesthesia and analgesia in the thoracic and orthopaedic patient (adult and pediatric). He studies techniques of controlled hypotension (through the combination of central/peripheral nerve blocks and TIVA) aimed at reducing intraoperative blood loss. Use of supraglottic devices in major surgery and bronchial blockers in thoracic surgery. Support of ultrasound guidance to the development of single and continuous central and peripheral nerve blocks, to central and peripheral venous cannulation and to the therapy of acute and chronic pain.
Together with that of surgery - increasingly minimally invasive, thanks to the use of arthroscopic, laparoscopic or robotic techniques - it becomes essential to reduce the anesthesiological impact, in order to maintain the patient's homeostasis. To this end, central and peripheral loco-regional anesthesia plays a pivotal role (abolishing the nociceptive stimulus and vegetative reflexes related to it) in the multi-specialist approach that allows to improve the postoperative course, with a faster and more beneficial recovery and a significant reduction in the duration of the hospitalization.
The integration between the different professionals implements a cultural change, compared to consolidated techniques and unchanged habits, which allows, depending on the type of surgery to which they apply and to the hospital structure, to consolidate new protocols of Fast Track Surgery or ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) even more necessary in the fragile, pediatric and geriatric patient.