Objective the Purpose of This Survey Was to Evaluate Saudi Arabian Anesthesiologists' Level
Of Practice Necessity of Further Training In Regional Anesthesia In 2015. Methods We Used a Survey
Administered Via the Internet to Learn More About Regional Anesthetic Use Among the 400
Anesthesiologists Who Presented at the Two Annual Meetings of the Saudi Anesthetic Association.
Concerns Included the Application of Ultrasound Guidance, the Use of Regional Anesthetic, Necessity Of
Training Workshops. Findings of the Anesthetists Surveyed, 55.2 Responded. the Majority of These
Professionals Were Men, With a Mean Age of 25 to 50. the Majority of Anesthesiologists (81) Often Used
Regional Anesthetic In Operating Rooms (68.6) As Opposed to Designated Block Rooms. Only 12.7 of The
Respondents Completed a Fellowship In Regional Anesthesia, But 5.5 Had Formal Training 81 Were
Eager to Attend Workshops on the Subject. the Institutional Positions of the Ultrasound Users Their
Correlation With Ultrasound (R=-0.191) Were Significantly Correlated Negatively (P=0.026). Conclusions We
Feel That More Could Be Done to Enhance the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Use of Regional Anesthesia, Such
As Instituting Formal Training and Holding More Regular, Specialized Seminars and Courses on the Subject,
Using Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthetic Blocking Techniques As the Primary Focus.