September 24, 2017

Take part in one of LIVES most popular features!


Monday, Sept 25th


Take part in one of LIVES most popular features! 

Debates are the bread and butter of many great scientific meetings, but LIVES takes this formula just one step further, by bringing the audience into the discussion!

This year we have 16 all new in-depth complex topics on issues that clinicians address in daily practice, and each debate will be led a chair and no less than three experts to hammer out the key points. Check out today’s exciting offering and be sure to bring your thoughts and questions…

08:30 – 09:30
Molecular vs. conventional diagnostic of sepsis   
INF/SIS #sepsis #micro #LIVES2017
Chair: Mervyn Singer, London, United Kingdom
Debate Speakers: Pedro Povoa, Lisbon, Portugal
Dylan de Lange, Utrecht, Netherlands
Michael Bauer, Jena, Germany

09:45 – 10:45
Abdominal sepsis: Early source control vs. conservative management
INF/SIS #sepsis #micro #LIVES2017
Chair: Jan De Waele, Ghent, Belgium
Debate Speakers: Philippe Montravers, Paris, France
Manu Malbrain, Antwerp, Belgium
Ignacio Martin-Loeches, Dublin, Ireland

11:00 – 12:00   
Frailty: Important concept or just another score?
#outcomes #LIVES2017
Chair: Rui Paulo Moreno, Lisbon, Portugal
Debate Speakers: Gavin Joynt, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Dominique Benoit, Ghent, Belgium
Margaret Herridge, Toronto, Canada

14:15 – 15:15  
Multiple polytrauma injuries: How to prioritise?      
NIC/TEM #neuro #trauma #LIVES2017   
Chair: Daniel De Backer, Braine L’Alleud, Belgium
Debate Speakers: Hervé Quintard, Nice, France
Raimund Helbok, Innsbruck, Austria
Sophie Hamada, Paris, France

15:30 – 16:30  
Talking about talking: Is communication our most important skill?  
NAHP/ETH #ESICMNAHP #ethic #LIVES2017      
Chair: Rik Gerritsen, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Debate Speakers: Jos Latour, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Doug White, Pittsburgh, United States
Elie Azoulay, Paris, France

16:45 – 17:45
Noradrenaline and other vasopressors in refractory septic shock

#cardio #LIVES2017
Chair: Maurizio Cecconi, London, United Kingdom
Debate Speakers: Claude Martin, Marseille, France
Anthony Gordon, London, United Kingdom
Jean-Louis Teboul, Kremlin-Bicetre, France

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