International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine: Pre-symposium courses

Pre-symposium courses

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Location: Square - Brussels Meeting Center
Chairmen: Michael R.Pinsky (Pittsburgh, USA)
Date(s):  23/3/2020
Price per participant: 
225 Eur
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Monday March 23, 2020

08:00-8:25

Welcome and registration

08:25-8:30

Introduction – Michael R. Pinsky (Pittsburgh, USA)

08:30-9:15

Vascular pressure monitoring: applications and pitfalls (including technical limitations and physiological processes that complicate interpretation) – Michael R. Pinsky (Pittsburgh, USA)

09:15-10:00

Indicator dilution-derived cardiac output and advanced analytic variables (including sample timing, averaging, pitfalls and errors, TBV, GEDV, lung water) – Jean-Louis Teboul (Paris, France)

10:00-10:15

Coffee break

10:15-11:00

Cardiac output by arterial pressure waveform analysis and reactance (theory and application, limitations and errors) – Xavier Monnet (Paris, France)

11:00-11:30

Ultrasound-based hemodynamic monitoring (UScom, esophageal Doppler and transthoracic echocardiography) – Daniel De Backer (Brussels, Belgium)

11:30-12:00

Blood oxygen saturation measures and pleth signals (including sampling errors, intermittent versus continuous, limitations and pitfalls) – Jan Bakker (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

12:00-13:30

Hands-on demonstration of monitoring devices (small groups)
Working lunch (Room 310)

12:15-13:15

 
  1. Lunch
  2. Visit Industry Displays for unstructured display of monitoring devices

13:30-15:30

Case-based discussion of monitoring-directed management of shock (small groups – 45 min each) (Rooms 314-316)
  1. Shock of unclear aetiology - Michael R. Pinsky (Pittsburgh, USA) – Room 311a
  2. Cardiogenic Shock – Jan Bakker (New York, UA) – Room 311b
  3. Septic shock – Xavier Monnet (Paris, France) - Room 312

15:30

End