New this year: LIVES Physiology, 06-08 February 2020

Knowledge of applied physiology makes you a better intensivist   There are a few hours left to save money and register for LIVES Physiology 2020. This thematic conference will highlight the importance and understanding of physiology to solve every day clinical problems. Leading experts from around the world will review key physiology concepts – from […]

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LIVES Forum 2020: 14-16 May 2020, Trinity College Dublin

Septic shock: From the bug to organ failure   Infection and Severe Sepsis are still important causes of death in ICU worldwide despite all the research of the last decades. Apart from early diagnosis, optimal organ support and early adequate antibiotics, no single adjunctive therapy has been shown to be safe and effective. Looking at […]

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Second edition of the Milan Critical Care Datathon & ESICM Big Data Talk

Learn more about healthcare data and machine learning from international experts in critical care and data science – 31st January – 2nd February 2020   The second edition of the Critical Care Datathon and ESICM Big Data Talk will be returning to Milan in early 2020.  Registration is now open for this two-day (week-end) event, […]

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ESICM and Semicyuc discuss common issues

Collaborative global approach to ICM   The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) and the Sociedad Española de Medicina Intensiva, Crítica y Unidades Coronarias (SEMICYUC) recently met in Brussels with the aim of strengthening ties between the two societies, and of promoting collaboration on the common issues that affect the main lines of research […]

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Sharing of Anonymised Intensive Care Patient Data – a groundbreaking initiative

Amsterdam UMC becomes the first hospital in Europe to make its patient data freely available   Amsterdam UMC has become the first hospital in Europe to make anonymised intensive care patient data freely available for research and healthcare improvement. This initiative offers hope and perspective for future patients as sharing data can improve treatments.  Tens […]

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Clinical Trials in the ICU

Presenting the results of seven cutting-edge clinical trials   Highlights This session featuring results from some of the newest clinical trials – all published in Intensive Care Medicine- is led by ICM Editor-in-Chief, G. Citerio (Monza, Italy) and A. Girbes (Amsterdam, Netherlands). Of course, this ground-breaking session is not just about presentation of clinical trial […]

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Hot Topics Session – Recording available

Presenting the results of seven cutting-edge clinical trials   With seven scientific trials presented for the first time, this highly anticipated Hot Topics session is sure to generate some discussion across the field. Papers from several trials in this session will be simultaneously published in major medical journals and results have been embargoed until the […]

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SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT – Prof. Ari Ercole – Keynote Lecture

Artificial Intelligence in the ICU     Dr Ari Ercole is a consultant in Neuro Intensive Care at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUHFT).  He is a Fellow in Clinical Medicine at Magdalene College (Cambridge) and Honorary Senior Research Associate in the Division of Anaesthesia. He became an anaesthetist after completing a PhD in condensed […]

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SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT – Prof. Alain Combes – Keynote Lecture

ECMO after EOLIA – what’s next?   icTV Interview with Monday’s Keynote lecturer, Alain Combes, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine at the Sorbonne University, Paris, and Head of the ICU Department at La Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris, France. The EOLIA Trial has highlighted that ECMO is a safe procedure that may benefit […]

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