Update on Hemodynamic Monitoring
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Program :

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Opening - J-L Vincent (Brussels, Belgium)

Welcome to Rome a (hemo)dynamic city - M. Antonelli (Rome, Italy)

Opening Statement: Can monitoring systems really save lives - J-L. Vincent (Brussels, Belgium) Faculty

There is no perfect hemodynamic variable - A. Perel (Tel Aviv, Israël)

Goals of the meeting - Rules to reach consensus 
Preparation of the summary 
J-L Vincent (Brussels, Belgium)
Faculty

Monday, December 14, 2009 
INTERPRETATION OF THE HEMODYNAMIC VARIABLES 

Intravascular pressures - D. De Backer (Brussels, Belgium)

Cardiac filling pressures versus end-diastolic volumes - J-L. Teboul (Paris, France)

Pulmonary artery pressures and right ventricular function - M. Pinsky (Pittsburgh, United States) 

Cardiac output and SvO2 - B. Vallet (Lille, France)

Derived variables: Resistances, stroke work, oxygen-derived variables... - A.Rhodes (London, United Kingdom)

Stroke distance, corrected flow time, peak velocity - H. Wakeling (London, United Kingdom)

Pulse Pressure and stroke volume variation - J-L. Teboul (Paris, France)

Arterial pressure - M. Pinsky (Pittsburgh, United States)

THE AVAILABLE TECHNIQUES
ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS

Pressure monitoring - J-L. Teboul (Paris, France)

Thermodilution technique to estimate cardiac output - A. Perel (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Lithium dilution techniques to estimate cardiac ouput - A. Rhodes (London, United Kingdom)

Arterial pressure waveform-derived cardiac output - C. Hofer (Zurich, Switzerland), A.Rhodes (London, United Kingdom) 

Echo-Doppler techniques - A. Vieillard (Boulogne Billancourt, France)

Transesophageal Doppler - H. Wakeling (London, United Kingdom)

Ultrasound dilution technique to estimate cardiac output - W. de Boode (Nijmegen, Netherlands) 

Bioimpedance and bioreactance techniques - D. De Backer (Brussels, Belgium)

Extravascular lung water - G. Martin (Atlanta, United States) 

Tuesady, December 154, 2009
HOW TO USE THE VARIOUS MONITORING SYSTEMS PRACTICALLY

The pulmonary artery catheter - J-L. Vincent (Brussels, Belgium)

The PiCCO system - A.Rhodes (London, United Kingdom) 

The Vigileo system - B. Vallet (Lille, France)

The PRAM system - S. Scolletta (Siena, Italy)

Transthoracic Doppler Deltex technique - A. Vieillard-Baron (Boulogne-Billancourt, France)

Transesophageal Doppler Uscom technique - B. Smith (Bathurst, Australia) 

Transonic system - W. de Boode (Nijmegen, Netherlands)

 

Different level of clinical applications : From the top to the bottom - G. Della Rocca (Rome, Italy) 

SELECTION OF THE MOST APPROPRIATE MONITORING SYSTEM

In a patient with septic shock - G. Della Rooca (Rome, Italy) - Panelists : D. De Backer, B. Smith & K. Walley

In a patient with ARDS - Managing ARDS - M. Singer (London, United Kingdom) - Panelists : S. Romagnoli, H. Wakeling 

In a patient after cardiac surgery - C. Hofer (Zurich, Switzerland) - Panelists : S. Romagnoli, H. Wakeling & M. Singer 

In a hypotensive patient in the emergency room - B. Vallet (Lille, France) - Panelists : S. Scolletta, H. Wakeling & A. Perel

Pro/con debate - A. Vieillard-Baron (Boulogne-Billancourt, France), M. Singer (London, United Kingdom)

Wednesday, December 16, 2009
HOW THERAPIES CAN BE GUIDED 

In a hypotensive patient - M. Pinsky (Pittsburgh, United States) 

In a patient with low cardiac output - B. Vallet (Lille, France) 

In a high risk perioperative patient - M. Singer (London, United Kingdom)

In a patient with severe heart failure - A. Rhodes (London, United Kingdom)

THE TAKE HOME MESSAGE 

Preparation of the final document - J-L. Vincent (Brussels, Belgium) Faculty