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The pediatric anesthesia fellowship aims to provide theoretical knowledge and practical skills for the management of anesthesia in pre-term and term neonates ,infants and children and the management of critically ill patients in this age groups.

In addition to common application of pediatric anesthesia, both general and local, in general surgeries, orthopedic and urologic surgeries, neurosurgery, otolaryngologic surgeries, eye surgeries, plastic surgeries, and the management of anesthesia in trauma, burns, and congenital anomalies, this fellowship enables the anesthesiologists to acquire skills in more specialized areas, such as heart and lung surgeries, organ transplant, pain management, and the management of critical patients. During this course, in addition to learning the necessary MAC (Monitored Anesthesia Care) techniques and providing sedation and anesthesia for diagnostic, interventional, and therapeutic procedures in children, the anesthesiologists also obtain the necessary skills in the areas of educational and research activities.


1. To train knowledgeable, competent, and committed specialists who provide the society with their knowledge, experiences, and skills in the field of pediatric anesthesia in terms of education, research, and health services.

2. In next 10 years, we will be among the first 10 countries in the world in term of science

Specific Competencies and Skills

Procedural Skills (Diagnostic-Therapeutic Procedures):

Anesthesia in bone, joint, and spine surgeries

Anesthesia in kidney and urinary tract surgeries

Anesthesia in neurosurgery

Anesthesia in otolaryngologic surgeries

Anesthesia in burns, plastic and reconstructive surgery

Anesthesia in trauma and emergencies

Anesthesia in neonatal and pediatric general surgeries

Anesthesia in surgeries of congenital anomalies

Anesthesia in eye surgeries

Anesthesia in neonatal and pediatric heart surgeries

Anesthesia in organ transplant surgery

Anesthesia outside the operating room

Acute pain management

Procedures & Skills:

Adjusting neonatal and pediatric anesthesia devices

Adjusting neonatal and pediatric ventilators

Different types of blocks, including

Axillary block

Sciatic nerve block

Caudal block

Spinal blocks

Epidural blocks

Peripheral nerve blocks

Peripheral nerve blocks using assistive devices such as Nerve Locator and ultrasound and Echo

Insertion of CV-line in children and infants

Insertion of Arterial line in children and infants

Peripheral and umbilical veins catheterization

Fiberoptic laryngoscopy Video laryngoscopy

Emergency diagnostic-therapeutic rigid bronchoscopy

Fiberoptic bronchoscopy

Emergency pediatric and neonatal tracheostomy

Working with Jet Ventilator

Emergency thoracentesis CPR PCA (Patient Control Analgesia)

Basic Information:
Program Type: Degree Based
Level Of study: Fellowship
School / Faculty: Medicine
Department: Anesthesiology
Major (Name Of Program): Pediatric Anesthesia
This program contact information:
Telephone: +98 51385525209
Mobile: +989151162810
Email Address:
Address: Faculty of Medicine, Azadi Square, Campus of University, Mashhad, Iran.
Contact Person Name: Dr.Ghasem Soltani
Program Detail:
Length of Training:

18 months

Language Requirement:

Persian / English

Admission Requirement:

Specialty in Anesthesiology

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