06-08 February 2020, Prague Congress Centre

Knowledge of applied physiology makes you a better intensivist

The overarching objective of this conference is to emphasise the importance and understanding of physiology when solving daily clinical problems.
In the magical setting of Prague, leading experts from around the world will review key physiology concepts – from basic level to the depth required to manage complex and real cases of critically ill patients. The conference includes frontal lectures, real-case-based participative meetings in small groups and interactive learning with simulation. This event is of value to practising intensive care clinicians, who want to refresh and deepen their understanding of physiology.

Registration will open in September 2019

>  Key topics

  • Heart and Lung (including fluids, heart function, ECMO, vasoactive substances etc.)
  • Nutrition, muscle and bioenergetics
  • Pharmacokinetics
  • Homeostasis

> Conference Directors

  • Frantisek Duška (Chair, Clinical Training Committee, ESICM)
  • Armand Girbes (Chair, Division of Scientific Affairs, ESICM)

> iPlanner

> Faculty (TBC)

  • Tom Barnes
  • Rinaldo Bellomo
  • Maurizio Cecconi
  • Didier Dreyfuss
  • Frantisek Duška
  • Paul Elbers
  • Luciano Gattinoni
  • Armand Girbes
  • Leo Heunks
  • Katerina Jiroutková
  • Jozef Kesecioglu
  • Nick Lane
  • Marco Maggiorini
  • Mikulas Mlcek
  • Mervyn Singer
  • Elena Spinelli
  • Vladimír Šrámek
  • Jukka Takala
  • Niels Van Regenmortel
  • Antoine Vieillard-Baron

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