• The unit is down on the front corridor of the hospital - but is very secure for obvious reasons.
  • Aim to arrive at the IVF unit by 7.45am, giving you a chance to see the patients, prepare the drugs and check the machines, before the first patient is sent for at 8.30am.
  • You are working in a “remote environment” so know where your airway equipment and emergency drugs are.
  • Fortunately, the women tend to be ASA 1/2 and pre-operative assessment is usually straightforward. Many have had the procedure before so will have high expectations of our service.

BELOW: You can download our local practice advice and get the feel for the list in advance and best of all you can use the sedation experience to reflect on the brilliant document from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.