CD & NEXT present: What’s NEXT in haemodynamics?
Location: CityCube, Berlin, Germany
Dates: September 28, 2019 (during LIVES 2019 in Berlin)
Master Class Directors:
Gennaro De Pascale, Consultant, NEXT congress representative
Björn Weiss, Consultant, Chair of ESICM NEXT
Thomas Scheeren, The Netherlands, MD, PhD, Department of Anaesthesiology University Medical Centre Groningen, Chair Cardiovascular Dynamics (CD) Section, ESICM
Endorsement: This Master Class is endorsed by the Cardiovascular Dynamics Section and the NEXT Steering Committee, ESICM
For more information about registration, see the LIVES 2019 webpages.
For more information about programme, see the Preliminary Programme.
Key Reasons to attend
- Build upon your knowledge of cardiovascular haemodynamics
- Share knowledge with experts & peers and debate cases with common pathologies such as sepsis, post-operative haemodynamic instability, left- and right heart failure, trauma, pulmonary embolism
- Get an overview of current haemodynamic monitoring technologies
- Get new insights in microcirculation, tissue oxygenation & perfusion
- Complement your knowledge & skills acquired at bedside during the haemodynamic monitoring fellowship
- An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event
Key Programme Content
- Refresher on cardiovascular physiology of the systemic and pulmonary circulation
- Arterial blood pressure curve pathophysiology
- Assessing and using cardiac output
- Recognise shock
- Estimate patient`s oxygen needs
- Meaning of static and functional haemodynamic variables
- Getting the picture together: Improving organ perfusion
- Case Based Discussions: Sepsis, pneumonia, ARDS; Post-operative instability; Acute heart failure, pulmonary hypertension; Trauma
Who should attend this master class
- This master class programme is particularly suitable for trainees in their first years of training in intensive care medicine or specialists that want to refresh their knowledge on these topics.
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