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ISICEM 2021

ISICEM 2021
Brussels, August 31 – September 3, 2021

 

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Scientific program Satellite symposium VIP Dinner Exhibition booth

 

 

 

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

 

 

 

Marcelo Amato    12.00 – 12.30 (Date TBA, timings GMT+4)
ARDS - Hidden recruitability
Prone positioning revisited - When proning is a bad choice

Prof. Marcelo Amato, M.D., Ph.D.
Nick Mlcek    12.00 – 12.30 (Date TBA, timings GMT+4)
How to optimize regional ventilation within the lungs? Tutorial
Mikulas Mlcek, M. D., Ph. D.
Michal Otahal    12.00 – 12.30 (Date TBA, timings GMT+4)
Position optimization to optimize mechanical ventilation
Michal Otahal, M. D.

 

 

SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM

 

 

 

Patient Positioning Guided by Electrical Impedance Tomography for Continuous, Individualized Ventilatory Support

- Body positioning guided by EIT

- LIVE demonstration focusing ALT as part of mechanical ventilation individualization strategy

- Cases discussion - Automatic lateral therapy

- Positioning strategy to open lung: Research and results

 

Date&Time: 12:30-13:30 September 1, 2021

Speakers: Prof. Marcelo Amato, M.D., Ph.D., Mikulas Mlcek, M. D., Ph. D., Michal Otahal, M. D.

 

 

VIP DINNER

 

 

 

Program

- 19:00 Welcome dring with startes

- 19:20 Opening, Multicare X launch

- 19:30 Pannel discussion Q&A

- 20:00 Networking, Dinner

 

Date&Time: 19:00 - 22:00 August 30, 2021

Speakers: Prof. Marcelo Amato, M.D., Ph.D., Tomas Kolar, Fernando Suarez-Sipmann

 

 

EXHIBITION BOOTH

 

 

Program

10:30 - 19:30 August 31,2021, 9:30 - 18:00 September 1-2, 2021, 9:00 - 13:30 September 3, 2021

 

Workshop: ALT Guided by EIT

Date&Time: Morning coffee break

Speakers: Mikulas Mlcek, M. D., Ph. D., Michal Otahal, M. D., Martin Ricl

 

Worhshop: Designed for Ergonomic Care

Date&Time: Afternoon coffee break

Speakers: Koen de Doncker

 

Ad hoc product presentations

Speakers: Booth staff

 

 

 

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Nick Mlcek   

Marcelo Amato was born on 25th June, 1962. He initiated his medical studies in 1980 at the Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, with specialization in Pneumology and Intensive Care Medicine at the Pulmonary Division of the Hospital das Clínicas. In 1996 he finished with success his doctoral post-graduation. In 1996 and 1997 he finished Post doctoral training in Minneapolis, working at the Lab. of Prof. John Marini and in Rotterdam, with Prof. Lachmann. In 2008 he obtained his professorship at the University of São Paulo, Pulmonary Department. Main areas of research: Protective Mechanical Ventilation, Electrical Impedance Tomography, Technological Solutions for Mechanical Ventilation.

 

Explore the Benefits of Lateral Tilt during Mechanical Ventilation

Respiratory failure is always challenging and requires a systemic individualized approach to each patient. Precise differential diagnostics are usually combined with several therapeutic interventions. The combination of lateral tilt and the EIT method can only be effective if it is a component of such complete respiratory care.

The effect of Automatic Lateral Therapy (ALT) on the Multicare bed is through the promotion of ventilation distribution. The fundamental innovation in mechanical lung ventilation – “Continuous, Individualised Ventilation Care“ is safe and radiation-free and based on a combination of Bed-framed lateral tilt and Electrical Impedance Tomography. Using ALT plus EIT is a real breakthrough because it allows treatment to be individualized for each patient and it is much safer and easier for both the patients and the physicians.

May 28 / 12.00 – 12.30 (Dubai timings GMT+4)

 

Nick Mlcek   

Mlcek Mikulas is the Deputy Director of the Experimental Physiology Lab and the Head of the Medical Simulation Center for the First Faculty of Medicine at Charles University in Prague. He graduated from Charles University where he obtained a Ph.D. from the Department of Physiology. His thesis topic was based on computational modeling of the cardiac electrical field and excitation-contraction coupling. Since then, Dr. Mlcek's scientific interest has moved to experimental physiology focusing on interactions of the cardiopulmonary system. The major research models that he has been using over the past 10 years include acute respiratory distress (ARDS), extracorporeal membranous oxygenation (ECMO) and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. He has published over 35 papers based on his research in scientific journals. As an Assistant Professor, Dr. Mlcek lectures and runs seminars and labs in Human Physiology. In addition, he helps design and run specialized post-graduate courses aimed at ventilation therapy and trauma management in the Medical Simulation Centre.

 

Explore the Benefits of Lateral Tilt during Mechanical Ventilation

Respiratory failure is always challenging and requires a systemic individualized approach to each patient. Precise differential diagnostics are usually combined with several therapeutic interventions. The combination of lateral tilt and the EIT method can only be effective if it is a component of such complete respiratory care.

The effect of Automatic Lateral Therapy (ALT) on the Multicare bed is through the promotion of ventilation distribution. The fundamental innovation in mechanical lung ventilation – “Continuous, Individualised Ventilation Care“ is safe and radiation-free and based on a combination of Bed-framed lateral tilt and Electrical Impedance Tomography. Using ALT plus EIT is a real breakthrough because it allows treatment to be individualized for each patient and it is much safer and easier for both the patients and the physicians.

May 28 / 12.00 – 12.30 (Dubai timings GMT+4)

 

Nick Mlcek   

Michal Otahal is head of the Intensive Care Unit in the Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care for Charles University and General University Hospital. In 1998 he graduated from the Third Faculty of Medicine at Charles University in Prague. He then started practicing medicine in the Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine for the Faculty Hospital Královské Vinohrady (FNKV) and moved to his current position in 2007. Michal is also engaged in research concerning critical respiratory failure therapy and positioning.

 

Meet Koen de Doncker presenting LIVE Prone Program by LINET

Prone positioning is the procedure of turning a patient face-down. Usually in the ICU as many as 8 staff members are needed to reposition a patient to the prone position – risking both injury to themselves and increasing the risk of exposure to a patient.

Prone Program by LINET integrates the advanced features of the LINET solution for critical care. The program can help simplify prone positioning by using the lateral tilt of the bed and enables a safe stay in the prone position.

Thanks to the lateral tilt it is possible to turn the patient to the prone position with the help of just 3 staff members. The lateral tilt helps to turn the patient gently and with minimal physical effort. Hands-free operation using foot controls increases the efficiency of the atraumatic patient turn method. Moreover, the caregiver has both hands free to devote full attention to the patient with even less effort.

LINET support surfaces enable a safe stay in the prone position due to a permanent deflation of the top deck air cells to make space for body parts for prone nursing. The prone position can be used for a long time:
– for 16 up to 20 hours in the prone position
– for 8 hours in the supine position (during care moments, examinations, and visiting)

May 28 / 14.00 – 15.00 (Dubai timings GMT+4)

 

Koen de Doncker   

Koen De Doncker has more than 25 years of experience in moving and handling techniques. As an osteopath and master in physical therapy and motor rehabilitation, Koen built up his experience when he was working with physically and mentally disabled people. Due to his large interest in solving the transfer problems of his patients, he decided to study Business ergonomics and product development at the University of Antwerp Management School, to be able to develop new tools and helping aids. With this background and experience he organizes national and international trainings/workshops on this topic, preferably ‘on the job.’

 

 

 

VISIT US

Headline keynote: Body Positioning during Mechanical Ventilation

Friday, May 28, 2021 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM (GST)

 

Prone Program by LINET

Friday, May 28, 2021 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (GST)

 

 

Talk to the Expert

Interested how to turn the patient into the prone position gentle, ergonomically and with minimized effort? Watch LIVE Webinar and ask the expert-ergonomist Koen de Doncker.