Presentations and Notes:

I try to make my presentations and notes available here. You are welcome to download them and use with appropriate attribution. If there is something specific that you are looking for that is missing, please mail me.

Ross Hofmeyr – Adjuncts to Local Anaesthetics for Peripheral Nerve Blockade – SASA 2012

Direct links to presentations (or scroll down to view them all here on this page):

Anaesthesia & Emergency Medicine

Aviation Medicine


Posters can be found at the bottom of the page:
  • An Unexpected Diagnosis (EMSSA 2009)¬†
  • Pain Management in Wilderness Rescue – A practical South African Perspective (EMSSA 2009)
  • Hypopharyngeal Foreign Body Removal with the C-MAC Videolaryngoscope in Children ¬†– A case series of captured coins in kids (PACSA 2012)
  • Positioning of rachipagus parasitic conjoined twins for optimal airway management and vascular access using custom-cut foam – A case report (PACSA 2012)
  • Videolaryngoscopy – State of the Art and Practical Pearls (EMSSA 2013)

I’ve been converted to using Prezi, which I find a much more fluid and logical method to create and view presentations. ¬†Clicking the forwards button will allow you to progress through the presentation. ¬†Progression does not always carry over perfectly from my desktop version, so if you want to go back and review anything you can also click, drag and zoom anywhere in the presentation. Have fun! ¬†Be warned that it needs a few minutes to load all the graphics, even with a fast connection. ¬†Click on the button in the bottom right corner to view full-screen. ¬†The web-based version of Prezi is free to use, so if you feel your creative juices stirred, go give it a try!

Obstetric Difficult Airway Management (SASA 2014 Airway Workshop)

Rescue Intubation Through Supraglottic Airway Devices (EMSSA 2013)

Introduction to Fibreoptic Bronchoscopy in Thoracic Anaesthesia (Thoracics course)

Confined Space Intubation (updated for SASA Congress 2014)

 Paediatric Videolaryngoscopy (Updated for PACSA 2012)
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