Supported Workshops

 

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 – 10h – 14h


Workshop 2:  “How to use HFOV in neonates, infants and children (with hands on stations)”

Workshop Leaders: Amir Kugelman (Israel), Satoshi Nakagawa (Japan), Peter Rimensberger (Switzerland), Risha Bhatia (Australia)
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by: Acutronic, CareFusion, Medtronic, Metran, SLE
By Registration only
CHF 100.00
CHF 70.00 for Low, lower-middle, upper-middle income Countries participants

1)  Basic physiology and working principals of HFOV (Peter Rimensberger, Switzerland)
2)  Assessing ventilation efficiency during HFOV: CO2 monitoring (Amir Kugelman, Israel)
2)  Neonatal HFOV – clinical application (David Tingay, Australia)
3)  Pediatric HFOV – clinical application (Satoshi Nakagawa, Japan)
4)  Hands-on group rotations

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 – 15h – 19h


Workshop 3:  “ Understanding oxygenation and ventilation control concepts”

Workshop Leaders: Tom Goos (The Netherlands), Andreas Flemmer ( Germany), Christian Poets (Germany), Peter Rimensberger (Switzerland),
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by: imtMedical, Maquet, Sentec, Fritz Stephan
By Registration only
Rates:
CHF 100.00
CHF 70.00 for Low, lower-middle, upper-middle income Countries participants

1) Closed-loop oxygen controllers: Concept and Clinical experience after 5 years (Christian Poets, Germany)
2) CO2 monitoring and control (Tom Goos, The Netherlands)
3) Concepts of adaptive ventilation control (including volume targeting) (Andreas Flemmer, Germany & Peter Rimensberger, Switzerland)
4) Concepts of closed proportional assist (NAVA) (Peter Rimensberger, Switzerland)
5) Hands-on group rotations

Thursday, May 26, 2016 – 08h – 12h


Workshop 4:  “Understanding ventilators, function principals, and specific clinical use”

Workshop Leaders: Peter C Rimensberger (Switzerland), Andreas Flemmer (Germany),  Alberto Medina (Spain)
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by: Fritz Stephan
By Registration only
Rates:
CHF 100.00
CHF 70.00 for Low, lower-middle, upper-middle income Countries participants

1)  Patient characteristics and what is technically needed to control, support, or assist breathing
(Peter C Rimensberger, Switzerland)
2)  Various modes: what are they, how do they function, what do I have to set? (Andreas Flemmer, Germany)
3)  Which mode may make sense in which condition (Alberto Medina, Spain)
4)  Hands-on group rotations

Thursday, May 26, 2016 – 12h30 – 13h30


Welcome Lunch Symposium:  “Developing early warning systems for the neonatal and pediatric unit”

Symposium Leaders: Geoffrey Alms (USA), Heather Duncan (UK)
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by: Biopack
Free entrance
By Registration only

1)  Predictive monitoring for early detection of sepsis in neonates (Geoffrey Alms, USA)
2)  Anticipating life threatening events in the pediatrics unit (Heather Duncan, UK)

Friday, May 27, 2016 – 12h05 – 13h45


Lunch Symposium: « NAVA: Closed-loop ventilation mode or something more? »

Symposium Leaders: Marco Piastra (Italy), Florent Baudin (France), Peter Rimensberger (Switzerland)
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by: Maquet
Free entrance
By Registration only

1)   NAVA : beyond the best synchronization (Marco Piastra, Italy)
2)   NIV and Intrinsic PEEP during severe bronchiolitis: benefits of NAVA (Florent Baudin, France)
3)   Beyond mechanical ventilation: What can the EADi signal tell more? ( Peter Rimensberger, Switzerland)