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(NEW!) TODAY'S LIVES INTERACTIVE DEBATES

(NEW!) TODAY'S LIVES INTERACTIVE DEBATES

(NEW!) TODAY'S LIVES INTERACTIVE DEBATES

TUESDAY OCTOBER 6TH  

HALL 7

Join in on the second day of LIVES interactive debates on issues that clinicians address in daily practice. Listen to the experts discuss topics from across of intensive care medicine and then get involved in the conversation! Here are the sessions for today:

08:30 – 09:30
TREATMENT BUNDLES: A PICK FOR THE PATIENT OR SIMPLY SWAG FOR THE SALESMAN?        
Chair: Andrew Rhodes, London, United Kingdom
Debate Speakers:
Richard Beale, London, United Kingdom
Antonio Artigas, Barcelona, Spain
Mitchell Levy, Providence, United States

09:45 – 10:45     
HOW TO CHOOSE A HAEMODYNAMIC MONITORING SYSTEM IN SHOCK?    
Chair: Azriel Perel, Tel Aviv, Israel
Debate Speakers:
Jean-Louis Vincent, Brussels, Belgium
Daniel De Backer, Brussels, Belgium
Jean-Louis Teboul, Kremlin-Bicetre, France

11:00 – 12:00        
TRANSFUSIONS IN CARDIAC SURGERY - WHEN IS RESTRICTIVE TOO RESTRICTIVE?    
Chair: Aryeh Shander, New York, United States
Debate Speakers:
Anders Perner, Copenhagen, Denmark
Christian Von Heymann, Berlin, Germany
Diederik van Dijk, Utrecht, Netherlands

14:15 – 15:15        
ECMO CPR: HOW FAR SHALL WE GO?        
Chair: Jerry Nolan, Bath, United Kingdom
Debate Speakers:
Michael Holzer, Vienna, Austria
Antonio Pesenti, Monza, Italy
Bruno Mégarbane, Paris, France

15:30 – 16:30        
GLUCOSE UTILISATION IN CRITICAL ILLNESS: THE KEY TO CIP/CIM?     
Chair: Steffen Weber-Carstens, Berlin, Germany
Debate Speakers:
Michael Hiesmayr, Vienna, Austria
Karin Amrein, Graz, Austria
Pierre Singer, Petah Tiqva, Israel

16:45 – 17:45        
INTENSIVE CARE AND HIGH RISK INDUSTRY - PRETTY MUCH THE SAME OR DANGEROUS LESSONS? 
     
Chair: Hans Flaatten, Bergen, Norway
Debate Speakers:
Andreas Valentin, Schwarzach, Austria
Jean-Daniel Chiche, Paris, France
Jukka Takala, Bern, Switzerland

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