• EMERGENCY AIRWAY MANAGEMENT IN INTENSIVE CARE, ANESTHESIA, MIS AND ER JUNE 15-16 Date : Jun 15, 2017  -  Jun 16, 2017
  • PRICE $8,000 NTD

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    FEE INCLUDES

  • Theoretical presentations only
  • theoretical teaching and workshop
  • live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • coffee breaks and lunches
  • one evening meal
  • shuttle bus service provided
  • PRICE $20,000 NTD

    EARLY BOOKING / DISCOUNT

    FEE INCLUDES

  • Theoretical presentations and Workshop
  • theoretical teaching and workshop
  • ive and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • practical training on live tissue (mini pigs)
  • coffee breaks and lunches
  • one evening meal
  • shuttle bus service provided
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  • INTRODUCTION
    1. COURSE OBJECTIVES
    2. • To provide extensive information concerning the various aspects of respiration in anesthesia and intensive care
      • To cover technical and pathophysiological topics
      • To allow participants to discuss with world-renowned experts
      • To present new technologies on living animal models
      • To allow for training with new devices related to respiration
      • To train on mannequins and computer simulation software
    3. INVITED FACULTY
    4. Cheng-Hsien Chen陳成賢 (Taiwan), Pin-Tarng Chen陳品堂 (Taiwan), Hue-Chin Lai賴慧卿 (Taiwan), Chia-Sheng Chang張家昇 (Taiwan), Eric Noll (France), Klaus Torp (USA), Pierre Diemunsch (France)
  • PROGRAMME
    1. 1st THURSDAY JUNE 15
    1. THEORETICAL SESSION
    2. 08:30 AM OPENING SESSION

      The NAP4 : key points and lessons to remember

      Multimodal approach to the difficult airway

    3. 10:45 AM Coffee break
    4. 11:15 AM THEORETICAL SESSION

      THRIVE : principles and practice

      THRIVE: practical examples, tips and tricks

      US applications in airway management

    5. 01:00 PM LUNCH at the institute
    6. 02:00 PM THEORETICAL SESSION

      Respiratory consequences of the treatment of the Haemorrhagic shock

      Optimal settings of ventilator :from OR to ICU

    7. 03:30 PM Coffee break
    8. 03:45 PM THEORETICAL SESSION

      Airway Management in Obstetrics

      Extra vascular lung water in the era of the Berlin ARDS definition

      Role of optical stylet in unexpected difficult airway

      Discussion – conclusion

    9. 05:20 PM End of Course
    1. 2nd FRIDAY JUNE 16
    1. PRACTICAL SESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY
    2. 09:00 AM PRACTICAL SESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY

      Ventilator-disease model simulation  

      Oxygen therapy solution

      Invos cerebral oximeter

      Combined approach for difficult intubation: videolaryngoscopy & fiberoptic bronchoscopy

      US guidance for airway management: human model

      US guidance for airway management: Pig model and trial

      The Virtual Fiberoptic Intubation microsimulation program (VFI)

      Surgical airway : transtracheal approach & tracheoscopic control

      Surgical airway : cricothyrotomy approach

    3. 12:15 PM Lunch at the institute
    4. 02:00 PM PRACTICAL SESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY

      Ventilator-disease model simulation  

      Oxygen therapy solution

      Invos cerebral oximeter

      Combined approach for difficult intubation: videolaryngoscopy & fiberoptic bronchoscopy

      US guidance for airway management: human model

      US guidance for airway management: Pig model and trial

      The Virtual Fiberoptic Intubation microsimulation program (VFI)

      Surgical airway : transtracheal approach & tracheoscopic control

      Surgical airway : cricothyrotomy approach

    5. 04:00 PM BACK TO THE AUDITORIUM

      Discussion – conclusion

    6. 04:15 PM End of the course