Euro-Med, Marrakech, May 15-18, 2024 (Barceló Palmeraie Hotel)

The Euro-Med organising committee is honoured to announce the first edition of the Euro-Med Conference organised in collaboration with our colleagues from the Moroccan Society of Anesthesia, Analgesia and Critical Care.

The conference will host top KOLs from both societies and international collaborations in critical care and emergency medicine. You can expect to exchange best clinical practices and discuss new technologies and drugs.

We believe EuroMed will represent a powerful platform for promoting and advancing intensive care & emergency medicine in its dynamic field.

Preliminary Programme (updated version 13.05.2024)


The final abstract submission deadline was 12 February 2024. The submitters have been informed by email.

All selected abstracts will be presented as oral or e-poster presentations at the Conference. There is NO publication in the ICMx Journal (= NO Abstract Book).

Presenters of the 6 best abstracts will receive free registration for one of our forthcoming ESICM events (LIVES Barcelona 2024 or one e-course).

Abstracts selected by the jury will be presented during the Conference (still to be defined) :

000008 – Comparing Isotonic Bicarbonate to Balanced Salt Solution as Resuscitation Fluid in Severe Metabolic Acidosis: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Khanna Puneet

000052 – Microbiological Profile and Risk Factors of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections in a Moroccan Intensive Care Unit: A Prospective Observational Study
Daoudi Imad

000058 – A Comparative Study of Resting Energy Expenditure Assessment in ICU Patients: Indirect Calorimetry vs. Predictive Equations
Ammar Nadir

000092 – Role of biomarkers in the diagnosis of acute dyspnea in the emergency department
Errifaiy Hayate

000108 – Optimizing pediatric ICU patient care : a cohort study on the influence of the modified mnemonic FAST HUGS BID
Dehbi Safae

000119 – Intensive Care Unit – Final chapter or a bridge too far? The Moroccan narrative unveiled through a comprehensive survey at Mohammed VI University Hospital of Tangier
El Manar Laalami Saad

Jointly organised with the Moroccan Society of Anesthesia, Analgesia and Critical Care