College of Anaesthesiologists
The College of Anaesthesiologists, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia, was originally inaugurated as the Chapter of Anaesthesiologists on 16 December 1995. The College is the "academic arm" of anaesthesiologists in the country, and has as its primary objective the advancement of the art and science of anaesthesia and related disciplines.
The Council of the College handles the day-to-day management while academic activities are usually delegated to the Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Each SIG has a Convenor assisted by an expert panel.
The activities of the College include:
Credentialing and Accreditation
Development of Consensus Statements, Clinical Practice Guidelines and Standards of Care
Quality Assurance and Clinical Audit
Organisation of Sub-specialty Scientific meetings
Liaison with sister organisations overseas
Assisting in the facilitation of postgraduate training
The College works closely with the Malaysian Society of Anaesthesiologists, organising events for the benefit of the profession as a whole.
First Council meeting (7 Aug 2017)
Links to Protocols and Guidelines
The College of Anaesthesiologists, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia noted that the
Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland has the following protocols and guidelines:
1. Management of Local Anaesthesia Toxicity
2. Malignant Hyperpyrexia Crisis
WFSA Fresenius Kabi Anaesthesia Innovation Awards 2017 Announced
The WFSA and Fresenius Kabi are delighted to launch a unique innovation development awards programme which identifies and supports the development of innovations that have the potential to transform the field of anaesthesia and improve patient safety worldwide. The project is a three year project, with one award given per year until 2020.
Encouraging applications from around the world, the WFSA Fresenius Kabi Anaesthesia Innovation Awards will identify innovations in the field of anaesthesia which have the potential to benefit patients worldwide. Innovations can relate to anaesthesia, critical care or pain and be:
• A new product/ device
• An IT innovation
• A new techniques or solution of a problem
• An innovation in education or training in anaesthesiology
The full announcement, together with the eligibility criteria and application details can be found here
Deadline for applications: 15th October 2017
6th World Congress of TIVA-TCI 2018
15th-18th August 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Total Intravenous Anaesthesia for Paediatrics
A Practical Guidebook (1st Edition)
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Inter Facility Transport of the Critically Ill Patients
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Dantrolene Stock in MOH Hospitals
- Hospital in need to contact the Head of Department or Anaesthetist on call for permission to loan the stock.
- Hospital to then send officer to collect the dantrolene from pharmacist or doctor on call.
- Hospital to later issue a memo to acknowledge that the dantrolene will be replaced on a later date.
[ Dantrolene Availability by State and Hospital
- PDF, 97 KB ]
Guidelines for the Management of Obese Patients Coming for Surgery
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Recommendations for Sedation and Analgesia by Non-Anaesthesiologists
[ Click here to download - PDF, 1.0 MB ]
Guidelines on Infection Control in Anaesthesia (May 2014)
[ Click here to download - PDF, 263 KB ]
Recommendations on Pre-Anaesthetic Assessment (Revised 2014)
[ Click here to download - PDF, 320 KB ]
Recommendations for Patient Safety and Minimal Monitoring Standards
During Anaesthesia and Recovery (4th Edition) 2013
[ Click here to download - PDF, 288 KB ]
Total Intravenous Anaesthesia
using target controlled infusion
A pocket reference
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