Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Vein Access


Peripheral Vein access can be difficult to place in Neonates, Infants, and small children, this may lead to many failed attempts before securing an intravenous line. Ultrasound (US) guided Peripheral Intravenous Access results in fewer attempts, faster placement, and less discomfort for the patient.


  • Training 150 Anesthesiologists-in-training who care for neonates, infants, and young children on how to use Ultrasound in securing peripheral intravenous access.
  • The first workshop will be TOT (training of trainers) in May 2023
  • These trainers will then train others in Ultrasound-guided Peripheral Venous access.

Subject Matter Expert

Professor Mohamed Mahmoud, Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Cincinnati; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center (CCHMC) will be traveling to Sudan to conduct the Training of Trainers Workshop (TOT) in May 2023.

Prof. Mohamed Mahmoud graduated from Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt & trained in Anesthesiology in New York and Cincinnati, OH. He has ~20 years of experience in Pediatric Anesthesiology in the United State. Prof. Mahmoud traveled to Sudan on several missions as part of CCHMC’s Craniofacial and Plastic Surgery Missions and was awarded SAMA’s Visiting Faculty Award in 2018.


After completing the TOT workshop, three Anesthesiologists working in three Public Sector Hospitals in Sudan will each train 50 doctors in Ultrasound-guided Peripheral Vein Access over a 6months period.

We are raising funds to cover the cost of training and Ultrasound equipment.

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$67 trains one doctor to perform Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Vein Access

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