Update on Neuromonitoring
Update on Neuromonitoring
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Update on Neuromonitoring

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Everything you can learn about neuromonitoring and the latest development in research from the world's top scientists. Streaming is available on request.

More than 24 hours of content in english.

Program :

Welcome to Roma: A city full of brain(s) - M. Antonellli (Rome, Italy)
Welcome to the meeting : A look inside the skull - J-L. Vincent (Brussels, Belgium)
Neuromonitoring: Many questions without answers - N Stocchetic (Milan, Italy)

Basic Concepts :

Cerebral blood flow, cerebal perfusion pressure, autoregulation - G Citerio (Monza, Italy) 
Cerebral oxygen delivery and consumption - N Stoccheti (Milan, Italy) 
Energy metabolism - M Oddo (Lausanne, Switzerland) 
Neuroinflammation and neuromodulation - T Sharshar (Garches, France)
Mechanisms of brain damage after trauma - M Oddo (Lausanne, Switzerland) 
Brain glucose metabolism - P Le Roux (Philadelphia, USA)

Flow delivery, adequacy of perfusion 

Non-invasive: indirect measures, Doppler techniques - P Vespa (Los Angeles, USA) 
Invasive methods - G Citerio (Monza, Italy)
Monitoring autoregulation - P Horn (Berlin, Germany)

Cerebral blood flow and oxygenation (ctnd)

Microcirculation - F Taccione (Brussels, Belgium)
Monitoring brain oxygen - P Le roux (Philadelphia, USA)

ICP Monitoring 

Indications and methods - G Citerio (Monza, Italy)
Interpretation - N Stocchetti (Milan, Italy)

Cerebral oxygen availability 

Brain PO2 - P Andrews (Edinburgh, UK) 
SiO2 - N Stocchetti (Milan, Italy) 
Cerebral microdialysis - M Oddo (Lausanne, Switzerland) 

Non Invasive 

NIRS in neurologic patients - G Citerio (Monza, Italy) 
NIRS in cardiac surgical patients - M Hartley (Blackpool, UK)

Cerebral metabolism 

Neurological examination of the comatose patient - T Sharshar (Garches, France) 
Brain specific biomakers ? - R Stevens (Baltimore, USA)

Electrical activity 

EEG: Intermittent or continuous - M Oddo (Lausanne, Switzerland) 
Quantitative EEG and evoked potentials - P Vespa (Los Angeles, USA) 

Brain imaging 

CT-scan - P Horn (Berlin, Germany) 
MRI in cardiac arrest - R Stevens (Baltimore, USA) 
MRI in critical illness encephalopathy - T Sharshar (Garches, France)
MRI in traumatic brain injury - R Stevens (Baltimore, USA)
We need neurological examination when the patient is well monitored 
Pro - N Stocchetti (Milan, Italy) 
Con - P Vespa (Los Angeles, USA)


How monitoring can help assess prognosis - T sharshar (Baltimore, USA) 
Prognosis in trauma - R Stevens (Baltimore - USA)
Prognosis in cardiac arrest - F Taccone (Brussels, Belgium)

Round table discussion 

What kinds of clinical trial do we need ? 
P Horn (Berlin Germany), R Stevens (Baltimore, USA) P Andrews (Edinburgh, UK) 
P Vespa (Los Angeles, USA), P Le Roux (Philadelphia, USA)

Advanced neuromonitoring 

What is the difference ? - P Andrews (Edinburgh, UK)

Round table discussion 

Integration - Multimodal monitoring - Bioinformatics - P Andrews (Edinburgh, UK), G Citterio (Monza, Italy), P Horn (Berlin, Germany), P Le Roux (Philadelphia, USA)

Pratical cases 

Head trauma - G Citterio (Monza, Italy) 
Head trauma 2 - P Le Roux (Philadelphia, USA) 
Subarachnoid hemorrhage - M Oddo (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Hypothermia - P Andrews (Edinburgh, UK)



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