What do the new sepsis guidelines 2016 mean for you at the bedside?
Join our case-based discussion with key authors at ESICM EuroAsia 2017!
#EUASIA17 UPDATE ~ Massimo Antonelli, Daniel De Backer and Jean-Louis Vincent will lead a practical discussion at the conference on Saturday April 8th from 8:00 – 9:00 am, utilising real life case studies to demonstrate what the newest changes to the recently released Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines (published FREE ACCESS in Intensive Care Medicine – link) mean for you in the treatment of patients at the bedside.
This morning breakfast session "Saving Lives: Case-based Discussion with Authors from the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines 2016" has been specially designed to zero in on key recommendations from the guidelines and answer those important questions that care teams have when managing the care of patients suffering with this complex and challenging syndrome.
ESICM’s EuroAsia 2017 programme has been endorsed by six regional intensive care societies, and will cover all of the most relevant topics in intensive care medicine today. This three day conference also includes admittance to four postgraduate courses held in parallel on Thursday 6 April at 08:00-11:20 / 11:50-15:10 (register free – places limited!)
- Respiratory failure and organ interaction (led by Massimo Antonelli & Antonio Pesenti)
- AKI and RRT (led by Eric Hoste & Marlies Ostermann)
- Haemodynamics (led by Jean-Louis Teboul & Daniel De Backer)
- Key issues in septic shock management (led by Jan De Waele & Pascale Gruber)
…Plus a special interactive voting session on Friday with experts discussing challenging cases!
Early registration ends in just one month’s time (February 24th, 2017) so don’t delay, register today…
Don’t forget to register for the special networking event on Friday evening(!)