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SEPSIS: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HAEMODYNAMICS AND ORGAN FUNCTION?

 SEPSIS: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HAEMODYNAMICS AND ORGAN FUNCTION?

SEPSIS: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HAEMODYNAMICS AND ORGAN FUNCTION? 

JOINT SESSION with DIVI 

In this well-rounded joint session on the interactions between organ function and haemodynamics in sepsis, experts from a range of specialty areas will present the most up-to-date research on the impact and effects of haemodynamic management on specific organs and conditions in septic patients. One of the chairs, Gernot Marx (Aachen, Germany) starts this session with an overview on macrocirculatory abnormalities in sepsis...

Macrocirculatory abnormalities in sepsis: An overview
The lecture will answer how to detected correctly and evidenced based macrocirculatory abnormalities and how monitoring can be used to guide therapy. Furthermore latest studies on EGDT will be put into perspective and the importance of timing will be adressed. Finally initial therapy of shock will be presented including fluids, vasopressors and inotropic support.
     
~ Gernot Marx
 

   
Specialty topics covered in this session:

  • How to correct haemodynamics in sepsis-associated ARDS? Stefan Kluge, Hamburg, Germany
  • Influence of haemodynamics on AKI in sepsis Achim Jörres, Berlin, Germany
  • Haemodynamics and septic brain dysfunction Olaf Cremer, Utrecht, Netherlands

And finally, Julia Wendon (London, United Kingdom) brings her extensive knowledge of the liver to this session, as she describes the delicate relationship between haemodynamics and septic liver dysfunction.    

 

Joint Session with DIVI ~ RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HAEMODYNAMICS AND ORGAN FUNCTION IN SEPSIS

07.10.2015, 08:30 – 10:00, room Barcelona

 

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