ISICEM 2011

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Everything you can learn about intensive care and emergency medecine and the latest development in research from the world's top scientsits. Streaming is available on contest.

More than 24 hours of content in english.

32rd International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency medicine

PROGRAM :

3/22/2011

Henry Le Boeuf - Bozar

Opening [Standard presentation]

Welcome address: Intensive care medicine worldwide
Jean-Louis Vincent (Brussels, Belgium)

Report of the RT Conference on Acute Kidney Injury

John Kellum (Pittsburgh, United States)
Claudio Ronco (Vicenza, Italy)

Mechanical ventilation around the world
Andres Esteban (Madrid, Spain)

Team work in the ICU
Peter Brindley (Edmonton, Canada)

Gold Hall

Extracorporeal support [Standard presentation]

Liver support
Julia Wendon (London, United Kingdom)

Extracorporeal therapies in sepsis
Sean Bagshaw (Edmonton, Canada)

Continuous plasma filtration and absorption
Giorgio Berlot (Trieste, Italy)

I am skeptical
Didier Payen (Paris, France)

Will it ever work?
John Kellum (Pittsburgh, United States)

Assessing fluid responsiveness [Standard presentation]

The physiologic basis of preload markers
Michael Pinsky (Pittsburgh, United States)

Heart-lung interactions visualized by echo
Antoine Vieillard-Baron (Boulogne-Billancourt, France)

Prediction of fluid responsiveness
Xavier Monnet (Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France)

Fluid responsiveness in early rescucitation
Ignacio Monge (Jerez de la Frontera, Spain)

What are the pitfalls?
Berthold Bein (Kiel, Germany)

Fluid responsiveness: Is it valid in IAH?
Manu Malbrain (Antwerp, Belgium)

Also in children?
Maxime Cannesson (Irvine, United States)

Passive leg raising: The advantages
Jean-Louis Teboul (Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France)

Passive leg raising: The limitations
Michel Slama (Amiens, France)

What about a fluid challenge?
Andrew Rhodes (London, United Kingdom)

Rapid response systems [Round table]
Rinaldo Bellomo (Heidelberg, Australia)
Timothy Evans (London, United Kingdom)
Ken Hillman (Liverpool, Australia)
Edgar Jimenez (Orlando, United States)
Marco Ranieri (Turin, Italy)

 

3/23/2011

Gold Hall

Mechanical ventilation: Old & new modes [Standard presentation]

How mechanical ventilation is used today
Niall Ferguson (Toronto, Canada)

Airway pressure release ventilation
Neil R MacIntyre (Durham, United States)

NAVA with endotracheal flowthrough
Christer Sinderby (Toronto, Canada)

Noisy ventilation
Paolo Pelosi (Genoa, Italy)

Adaptive support ventilation with closed loop CO2 control
Robert M Kacmarek (Boston, United States)

What are we heading for?
Laurent Brochard (Geneva, Switzerland)

High frequency modes: When and how? [Standard presentation]

The rationale
Arthur S Slutsky (Toronto, Canada)

High frequency oscillatory ventilation
Edgar Jimenez (Orlando, United States)

Use in ARDS
Sameer Jog (Pune, India)

Use in head injury
Peter Andrews (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Translaryngeal ventilation
Robert M Kacmarek (Boston, United States)

How to monitor?
Niall Ferguson (Toronto, Canada)

ARDS: Clinical [Standard presentation]

We need new definitions
Charles Phillips (Portland, United States)

We need more mechanistic criteria
Jason Christie (Philadelphia, United States)

How can we prevent ARDS?
Ognjen Gajic (Rochester, United States)

Has the incidence decreased?
Robert M Kacmarek (Boston, United States)

ARDS in obese patients
Samir Jaber (Montpellier, France)

What are the effective pharmacologic interventions?
Neil R MacIntyre (Durham, United States)

New guidelines [Standard presentation]

Sepsis in children
Jan A Hazelzet (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

Acute kidney injury
Patrick T Murray (Dublin, Ireland)

CPR
Jerry Nolan (Bath, United Kingdom)

Glucose control
Jean-Charles Preiser (Brussels, Belgium)