40th ISICEM International Symposium on Intensive Care & Emergency Medicine 2021

The International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine is organized in collaboration with the Departments of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine of Erasme University Hospital, Université Libre de Bruxelles, and with the Belgian Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SIZ). The meeting is held every year in March. Started in 1980, this meeting has become established as one of the largest in its field, now attracting more than 6200 participants from countries world-wide.

The objectives of this four day symposium are to provide participants with an up to date review of the most recent, clinically relevant, developments in research, therapy, and management of the critically ill. The meeting is open to all physicians, nurses and other health professionals with an interest in critical care or emergency medicine.


Topics

Day 1

1-COVID-19 the basics
2-COVID-19 management
3-Before the ICU
4-Personalized medicine
5-When to intubate That is the question
6-How much oxygen
7-Analgesia and sedation
8-Neuromonitoring
9-The role of albumin administration
10-How much fluid
11-Cardiogenic shock
12-The microcirculation
13-Sepsis important concepts
14-Renal replacement therapy.mp4
15-End of life
16-Starting a critical care research program
17-Intra-abdominal hypertension (CD)
18-1COVID-19 requires a specific strategy

Day 2

1-COVID-19 pathophysiology of respiratory failure
2-COVID-19 a unique form of ARDS
3-COVID-19 pharmacological therapies
4-COVID-19 what happens to the survivors
5-A fresh look at corticosteroids
6-Ventilatory support
7-Prone positioning revisited
8-ARDS management
9-ntracranial hypertension
10-Hemodynamic monitoring
11-Vasopressor therapy when and why
12-Circulatory shock
13-Severe liver disease
14-Metabolic fine-tuning
15-Revisiting Acidemia
16-Emergencies
17-Massive bleeding
18-0Severe infections
19-Preventing renal failure
20-Blood purification
21-The golden hour a failed concept
22-How I apply TTM after cardiac arrest
23-s there a place for artificial colloid solutions in the perioperative setting
24-Liberal use of parenteral nutrition in the critically ill
25-Control of hypercapnia by ECCO2R in severe ARDS
26-Promoting gender equity in intensive care
27-Oral Poster Presentations
28-TTM in cardiac arrest from non-shockable rhythms
29-An interactive and practical approach to cerebral oximetry
30-Management of subarachnoid hemorrhage
31-Temperature management in head trauma
32-Sepsis biomarkers
33-COVID-19 requires a specific strategy

Day 3

1-COVID-19 infectious complications
2-COVID-19 metabolic support
3-COVID-19 other organ involvement
4-COVID-19 coagulopathy
5-ARDS as a syndrome
6-VILI
7-ECMO
8-ECCO2R
9-VAP
10-Delirium
11-Nutritional support
12-The future of sepsis therapies
13-Working together
14-Antibiotic therapy
15-Antibiotic therapy_2
16-Life after Intensive Care
17-Quality of care
18-Renal dysfunction
19-Postanoxic brain damage
20-0Big data and AI
21-1Interacting with relatives
22-Should we use indirect calorimetry to guide nutrition
23-How to minimize delirium
24-What we did wrong during COVID-19
25-imPURE project – Medical supplies how could Europe be more self-efficient

Day 4

1-COVID-19 what we´ve learned
2-COVID-19 a view from inside the ICU
3-COVID-19 what´s relevant to other forms of Sepsis
4-Subarachnoid hemorrhage
5-Traumatic brain injury
6-The importance of the gut
7-The surgical patient
8-Polytrauma
9-Post ICU syndrome
10-Clinical trials room for improvement
11-CPR
12-After cardiac arrest
13-New guidelines

Release Date : AUG 31-SEP 3 2021


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