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Sessions in English translated into Polish

 

Sessions in Polish

 

WEDNESDAY 13–09–2017

11.00–19.00

Registration of Participants at teh 19th International Congress of the Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy

14.00–17.00

Board Meeting

17.30–21.25

Opening Ceremony (“Widowiskowa” Hall)

17.30–18.00

Greeting of Guests and speeches from President–Elect — Krzysztof Kusza

18.00–18.15

Speech from outgoing President of  The Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care — prof. dr hab. n. med. Piotra Knapik

18.15–18.45

Speeches from Invited Guests

18.45–19.00

Awarding diplomas to new honorary members of  The Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care and awarding medals

19.00–19.20

Inaugural Lecture 1 — Michael Pinsky: "Personalized precise resuscitation"

19.20–19.40

Inaugural Lecture 2 — Maria Siemionow: "How to make a career in USA as a Polish physician in 5 minutes"

19.40–20.25

Cocktail (foyer)

20.25–21.45

Concert of Amadeus Orchestra  under the direction of Agnieszka Duczmal (extra paid participation)

 

THURSDAY 14–09–2017

 

“Widowiskowa” Hall

“Fidelio” Hall

“Manru” Hall

“Kameralna” Hall

Seminary Room

8.00–9.10 Extracorporeal treatment in Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Chairman: Jean Daniel Chiche, Alain Combes, Romuald Lango, Andrzej Sosnowski
Sepsis
Chairman: Phillip Dellinger, Andrzej Kűbler, Venugopal S Reddy
Selected techniques in extracorporeal treatment in patients working on IT position
Chairman: Dariusz Maciejewski, Mariusz Piechota
Problems in neuroanaesthesia
Chairman: Waldemar Machała, Zbigniew Karwacki, Maciej Żukowski
General Assembly of Section of Obstetric  Anaesthesia
8.00–8.20 ECCO2R — indications in 2017
Alain Combes
The proposed new sepsis definitions. the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Phillip Dellinger
Strategies of extracorporeal treatment in ICU
Krzysztof Kusza
Functional neurosurgery
Paweł Sokal 
8.20–8.40 ECCO2R — state-of-the-art.
Art Jean Daniel Chiche
Hemodynamic management in sepsis: how to behave in post-EGDT era
Jan Benes
Extracorporeal treatment of hypercapnia in intensive care
Dariusz Maciejewski
Management of severe craniocerebral trauma AD 2017
Rzewuska Beata, Waldemar Machała
8.40–9.00 VV ECMO for acute respiratory failure
Alain Combes
Anesthesia for a patient with septic shock. Venugopal S Reddy Extracorporeal selected techniques in acute and chronic liver failure
Mariusz Piechota
Neuroprotection in anaesthesiology
Robert Włodarski
9.00–9.10

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
9.10–9.25

Coffee break

9.25–10.35 Monitoring of circulation dynamics
Chairman: Michael Pinsky, Krzysztof Kusza, Azriel Perel
The quality and organization — part I
Chairman: Daqing Ma, Piotr Knapik, Henry Thomas Stelfox, Radosław Owczuk
Selected issues in anaesthesiology and intensive care I
Chairman: Marcin Wąsowicz, Łukasz Krzych, Kai Zacharowski
Legal aspects of practicing anaesthesiology in Poland
Chairman: Mariusz Piechota, Andrzej Kűbler
General Assembly of Ambulatory Anesthesia Session 
9.25–9.45 Improving outcomes from high risk surgery using functional hemodynamic monitoring principles to guide resuscitation
Michael Pinsky
Anaesthetics and cancer cell biology
Daqing Ma
TEE as a diagnostic instrument during anaesthesia and in ICU patients
Marcin Wąsowicz
Changes in medical law (denunciation obligation, right to privacy and dignity, medical records)
Rafał Kubiak
9.45–10.05 Can Iatrogenic hemodilution lead to avoidable blood transfusions?
Azriel Perel
Evidence–informed rounds in the intensive care unit
Henry Thomas Stelfox
  Anaesthesiologists’ troubles with the law
Mariusz Piechota
10.05–10.25

Personalized blood pressure management to optimize organ perfusion
Michael Pinsky

The Pursuit of Excellence
Ronald Miller
The European Patient Blood Management Programme — prospective data from 129,000 patients
Kai Zacharowski
Futile medical care
Andrzej Kűbler
10.25–10.35

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
10.35–10.50

Coffee break

 

10.50–12.00

Satellite session
by Fisher Paykel
The appropriate use of Nasal High Flow Cannulas

Mariusz Mioduski

Satellite session
by GE Healthcare

Chairman: Krzysztof Kusza, Radosław Owczuk

Satellite session by Fresenius Medical Care
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Chairman: Mirosław Czuczwar, Konstanty Szułdrzyński

A series of sponsored lectures by Mundipharma, Polpharma General Assembly of History Section
10.50–11.10 The role of high flow support therapy in specific subgroups of patients: new insights from post-hoc analyses
Gonzalo Hernández

10.50–11.20

Update in Lung Protection
Armin Kalenka

Extracorporeal support in gas exchange — whim or necessity?
Konstanty Szułdrzyński

Sponsored lecture by Mundipharma: Oxycodone in severe pain
Jerzy Wordliczek
11.10–11.30

High flow nasal cannula: the multiple physiological mechanisms behind a new non-invasive respiratory support
Tommaso Mauri

How and why should the centre of ECMO be organized in Poland?
Mirosław Czuczwar

11.30–11.50

Nowoczesna nosowa wentylacja wysokoprzepływowa-praktyka i ekonomia w warunkach Polskich
Mariusz Mioduski

11.20–11.50

Current trends in the ICU – future of the data driven decision
Jean Daniel Chiche

Patient inter-hospital transport of a patient on ECMO support.
Beata Potręć-Studzińska

Sponsored lecture by Polpharma: Pain treatment recommendation 2017
Hanna Misiołek

11.50–12.00

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
12.00–12.15

Coffee break

12.15–13.25 Patients with high–risk anaesthesia
Chairman: Davy Cheng, Marcin Wąsowicz, Paul Myles
Mechanical ventilation in operating room and ICU
Chairman: Dariusz Maciejewski, Tomasz Łazowski, Agnieszka Misiewska–Kaczur
Anaesthesia in patients with severe obesity
Chairman: Tomasz Gaszyński, Marcin Możański
Present and future in cardioanaesthesia
Chairman: Piotr Knapik, Rafał Drwiła
General Assembly of Section of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy
12.15–12.35 Cardiac surgery & anesthesia – past, present and future
Davy Cheng
Polish road to Kigali – in search of a new definition of ARDS
Dariusz Maciejewski
Low–opioid anaesthesia in obese patients
Tomasz Gaszyński
Does anaesthesia influence mortality?
Rafał Drwiła
12.35–12.55 Factors influence perioperative outcomes in cardiac patients
Daniel Bainbridge
Why do we cherish a spontaneous breath in ventilated patient?
Tomasz Łazowski
Inhalational or intravenous anaesthesia in obese patients?
Marcin Możański
ERAS in cardiac surgery
Ewa Kucewicz–Czech
12.55–13.15 Should we stop aspirin before cardiac or noncardiac surgery (and why is it different)?
Paul Myles
Lung sparing ventilation in operating room and in ICU — are there any differences?
Zbigniew Szkulmowski
Airway management in obese
Dawid Aleksandrowicz
Effects of perioperative complications in cardiac surgery on hospital mortality and treatment outcomes in long term observation
Piotr Knapik
13.15–13.25 Discussion Discussion Discussion Discussion
13.25–14.25

Lunch

14.25–15.35 Nutritional therapy in critically ill patients
Chairman: Jan Wernerman, Małgorzata Mikaszewska–Sokolewicz, Jean Daniel Chiche
Intensive care at the turn of XX and XXI century
Chairman: Zbigniew Rybicki, Tadeusz Szreter, Hanna Billert
Present and future in extracorporeal therapy
Chairman: Krzysztof Kusza, Romuald Lango
New and old methods of acute pain analgesia
Chairman: Jan Dobrogowski, Jerzy Wordliczek
General Assembly of Section of Ultrasound and Echocardiography
14.25–14.35 Role of glutamine in nutrition
Jan Wernerman
Important changes in intensive care in the last years
Zbigniew Rybicki
Strategies of managing extracorporeal therapies in ICU
Krzysztof Kusza
14.25–14.55 What to use and what to omit in the treatment of inflammation related pain
Małgorzata Malec–Milewska
14.35–14.55 Metabolic monitoring
Jean Daniel Chiche
  How far are we from ideal renal replacement therapy?
Romuald Lango
14.55–15.25 Acute pain – state of art 2017
Jerzy Wordliczek
14.55–15.15 Loss of skeletal muscle in critical illness
Jan Wernerman
  Complications of renal replacement therapy techniques
Dariusz Onichimowski
 
15.15–15.35    
10 min

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
15.35–15.50

Coffee break

15.50–17.00 Selected issues in anaesthesiology and intensive care II
Chairman: Daniel S. Talmor, Waldemar Goździk, Bernd W. Böttiger
Role of CRRT/RRT in intensive care
Chairman: Torsten Slowinski, Radosław Owczuk, Janusz Trzebicki, Reddy S. Venugopal
Challenges for emergency medicine
Chairman: Tomasz Gaszyński, Juliusz Jakubaszko, Zbigniew Żaba
Polytrauma
Chairman: Katarzyna Wawrzyniak, Wojciech Dąbrowski, Agnieszka Misiewska–Kaczur
General Assembly of Ethic Section
15.50–16.10 Mechanical ventilation in the operating room
Daniel S. Talmor
Convection versus diffusion
Torsten Slowinski
Emergency airway management in obese patients
Tomasz Gaszyński
Principles of hypovolemic shock treatment and management during Damage Surgery Resiscitation
Waldemar Machała 
16.10–16.30 Critical Emergency Medicine 2017
Bernd W. Böttiger
Acute renal failure in sepsis
Reddy S. Venugopal
Intensive therapy and emergency medicine — twins separated after birth
Juliusz Jakubaszko
Permissive hypotension
Katarzyna Wawrzyniak
16.30–16.50 The role of patients' families in rounds. Improving transitions of patient care from the intensive care unit to the hospital ward
Henry Thomas Stelfox
Continuous versus intermittent RRT
Torsten Slowinski
Optimization of pressure and flow in Emergency Department
Jan Benes
Fluid management in polytrauma
Wojciech Dąbrowski
16.50–17.00

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
17.00–17.15

Coffee break

17.15–18.25 Care in perioperative period
Chairman: Marcin Wąsowicz, Jan Benes, Donal Buggy
New and old practices in managing acute respiratory distress
Chairman: Daniel S. Talmor, Zbigniew Szkulmowski, Robert Kacmarek
Regional anaesthesia
Chairman: Hanna Misiołek, Radosław Owczuk
1st session of Paediatric Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Section
Chairman: Alicja Bartkowska–Śniatkowska, Maciej Cettler, Wojciech Krajewski
General Assembly of Section of Intensive Care
17.15–17.35 Can anaesthesia or analgesic technique during cancer surgery effect recurrence or metastasis?
Donal Buggy
Pulmonary physiology at the bedside
Daniel S. Talmor 
Role of regional anaesthesia in current guidelines of acute pain management
Hanna Misiołek
Acute Pain Service - The Austrian Experience
Maria Vittinghoff
17.35–17.55 Remote organ injury after traumatic surgery
Daqing Ma
Is prone position evidenced–based?
Jean Daniel Chiche
Can we predict and prevent hypotension after subarachnoid anaesthesia?
Radosław Owczuk
Paediatric hospital without pain — Polish experience
Marcin Cettler
17.55–18.15 Intra-operative lung protective ventilation during surgery
Reddy S. Venugopal
The appropriate use of high flow nasal cannulas
Robert Kacmarek
Facility of different peripheral blockades in perioperative analgesia of thorax and abdomen
Szymon Białka, Radosław Marciniak
Analgosedation in Paediatric Intensive Care unit
Alicja Bartkowska-Śniatkowska
18.15–18.25

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
18.25–18.30

Coffee break

18.30–19.40   General Assembly of General Anaesthesia Section General Assembly of Section of Resuscitation and Acute Care General Assembly of Section of Microbiology and Infections General Assembly of Paediatric Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Section

 

FRIDAY 15–09–2017

 

“Widowiskowa” Hall

“Fidelio” Hall

“Manru” Hall

“Kameralna” Hall

Seminary Room

8.00–9.10 Perspectives in advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Chairman: Bernd W. Böttiger, Janusz Andres, Sharon Einav
Sepsis and ARDS — inertia or progress?
Chairman: Jean Daniel Chiche, Dariusz Maciejewski, Phillip Dellinger
General anaesthesia without opioids and without pain
Chairman: Piotr Nowakowski, Grzegorz Górniewski, Józef Bojko
1st session of History Section
Chairman: Janina Suchorzewska, Marcin Rawicz, Maria Wujtewicz
General Assembly of Section of Simulation in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
8.00–8.20 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 2017
Bernd W. Böttiger
Setting therapeutic goals for ARDS
Jean Daniel Chiche
Regional anaesthesia – opioid alternative within a range of needle
Piotr Nowakowski
Origins and activities of History Section of PTAiIT
Alicja Macheta
8.20–8.40 Big Data — can it drive better care?
Jacek B. Cywinski
Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines 2016. What’s new?
Phillip Dellinger
Operations in thoracic region — novel anaesthesia modalities
Grzegorz Górniewski
Memories Witold Jurczyk 
Krzysztof Kusza

Memories Zdzisław Rondio
Marcin Rawicz 
8.40–9.00 Death by resuscitation — everything that can and will go wrong during CPR
Sharon Einav
ARDS after 50 years. where are we?
Luciano Gattinoni
Surgery of gastrointestinal tract — can you avoid opioids?
Kinga Szczepanek 
Not only ether, not only Morton
Ewa Podwińska
9.00–9.10

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
9.10–9.25

Coffee break

9.25–10.35 Selected issues in intensive care
Chairman: Davy Cheng, Andrzej Nestorowicz, Rui Moreno
Regional anaesthesia — perspectives
Chairman: Peter Marhofer, Marcin Rawicz, Maria Vittinghoff
Fluid management during anaesthesia and in intensive care
Chairman: Grażyna Durek, Lidia Łysenko, Waldemar Machała, Paweł Sobczyński
Session of Section of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia
Chairman: Łukasz Krzych, Ewa Kucewicz-Czech, Marcin Ligowski
General Assembly of Section of Domiciliary Ventilation
9.25–9.45 Perioperative management in patients after PCI
Marcin Wąsowicz
Epidural anaesthesia. Does modern antiplatelet therapy interfere with the daily clinical practice?
Peter Marhofer
Fluid management in ICU
Krzysztof Kusza
Monitoring functions of cardiovascular system in non-cardiac surgery operations. Why it is worth it?
Ewa Kucewicz-Czech
(15 min)
9.45–10.05 Intensive care in Europe. the mismatch between offer and supply
Rui Moreno
Regional Anesthesia in Catheter Technique in Small Children
Maria Vittinghoff
0,9% NaCl — where does it belong to in intensive care?
Lidia Łysenko
Risk assessment
Łukasz Krzych
(15 min)

Methods and techniques for monitoring cardiovascular system functions
Marcin Ligowski
(15 min)
10.05–10.25 Transfusion Thresholds. Do outcomes differ for critical care versus surgical patients?
Davy Cheng
Ultrasound and regional anaesthesia. safety issues and the daily clinical practice
Peter Marhofer
Value of fluid management during perioperative period in Polish hospitals
Waldemar Machała
Optimization of circulatory system functions – algorithm of management
Ewa Kucewicz-Czech, Łukasz Krzych, Marcin Ligowski
(15 min)
10.25–10.35

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
10.35–10.50

Coffee break

10.50–12.00 Satellite session
by Abbvie
Critical situations during anaesthesia – How to prevent? How to react?

Chairpersons: Janusz Andres, Krzysztof Kusza
 
A series of sponsored lectures by Angelini, Nestle Satellite session
by Fresenius Kabi

Chairpersons: Waldemar Machała, Łukasz Krzych

A series of sponsored lectures by CSL Behring, Astellas
Chairman: Zbigniew Rybicki
 

General Assembly of Section of Airway Management
10.50–11.10

Why do the procedural algorithms in critical situations might be of assistance?
Janusz Andres

10.50–11.20
Sponsored lecture by Angelini: Treatment of infections caused by resistant strains of Gram (+) bacteria in intensive care units
Agnieszka Misiewska-Kaczur
 


11.20–11.40
Sponsored lecture by Nestle: Protein balance in ICU patient
Małgorzata Misiak

Perioperative fluid therapy — what do we administer and what should we administer?
Waldemar Machała

Sponsored lecture by CSL Behring: Concentrations of prothrombin factors in hemorrhage treatment — alternative to fresh frozen plasma
Łukasz Krzych

11.10–11.30

Procedural algorithms in critical situations.
Ewa Kucewicz-Czech

Fluid therapy in intensive-care settings — what do we administer and what should we administer?
Łukasz Krzych

Sponsored lecture
by Astellas: Fungal infections in ICU
Małgorzata Symonides

11.30–11.50

Critical situations – algorithms in practice.
Waldemar Machała

Fluid therapy in paediatric patients — can we treat children as small adults?
Marzena Zielińska

Sponsored lecture
by Astellas
Leczenie zakażeń szczepami wieloopornymi z wykorzystaniem zasad farmakokinetyki, farmakodynamiki i farmakologicznych właściwości antybiotyków
Zbigniew Rybicki

11.50–12.00

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
12.00–12.15

Coffee break

12.15–13.25 Anaesthesia and intensive care in patients with liver failure
Chairman: Sean M. Bagshaw, Mariusz Piechota, Jacek B. Cywinski
Anaesthesia and intensive care in obstetrics
Chairman: Anne Ducloy–Bouthors, Michał Gaca, Sharon Einav
Safety and satisfaction of patients during perioperative period
Chairman: Ronald Miller, Marcin Rawicz, Maria Vittinghoff
Nutrition in critical illness
Chairman: Lidia Łysenko, Mirosław Czuczwar
General Assembly of Section of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia
12.15–12.35 Anesthetic monitoring during transplantation of patients with acute liver failure
Jacek B. Cywinski
Amniotic fluid embolism
Anne Ducloy–Bouthors
Patient safety — what is new?
Ravi Mahajan
Nutritional intervention in ICU on the basis of up–to–date clinical trials data
Mirosław Czuczwar
12.35–12.55 Hepato–renal syndrome and liver failure in the ICU
Sean M. Bagshaw
Why you need to worry about maternal critical care?
Sharon Einav
Reversal of neuromuscular blockade
Ronald Miller
Protein demand in critically ill patients
Lidia Łysenko
12.55–13.15 Normothermic Machine Perfusion
Jacek B. Cywinski
Postpartum haemorrhage with a special focus on DIC, tranexamic acid and fibrinogen
Anne Ducloy–Bouthors
Pediatric pain service — the Austrian experience
Maria Vittinghoff
Demand for minerals, vitamins and trace elements in critical illness
Małgorzata Mikaszewska–Sokolewicz
13.15–13.25

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
13.25–14.25

Lunch

14.25–15.35 Anaesthesia in patients with high cardiac risk
Chairman: Daniel Bainbridge, Piotr Knapik, Lee Fleisher
Prospects and pitfalls in ventilation of critically ill patients
Chairman: Nicolini Antonello, Waldemar Machała, Luciano Gattinoni
Patients with z central nervous system disorders
Chairman: Marek Mirski, Romuald Bohatyrewicz, Djillali Annane, Idit Matot
Anaesthesia and intensive care in obstetrics
Chairman: Michał Gaca, Maciej Żukowski
General Assembly of Section of Fluid Management
14.25–14.45 Strategies to reduce cardiac risk of non–cardiac surgery
Lee Fleisher
Patient–ventilator asynchronies and there affect on patient outcome
Robert M. Kacmarek
Intracranial pressure management
Marek Mirski
Improper placenta implantation – role and tasks for anaesthesiologist
Michał Gaca
14.45–15.05 High risk patient of cardiovascular event during non–cardiac surgery?
Daniel Bainbridge
Mechanical power and ventilator– induced lung injury
Luciano Gattinoni
Brain dysfunction in sepsis
Djillali Annane
Anaesthesia of obese patient in gynaecology and obstetrics
Tomasz Gaszyński
15.05–15.25 Troponins and myocardial injury in non cardiac surgery.
Perioperative myocardial.
Marcin Wąsowicz
NIV  in critically ill obese patients
Nicolini Antonello
Awake craniotomy — how do you make it work?
Idit Matot
Caesarean section anaesthesia in patient with heart defect
Maciej Żukowski
15.25–15.35

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
15.35–15.50

Coffee break

15.50–17.20 Strategies of fluid management
Chairman: Phillip Dellinger, Wojciech Dąbrowski, Azriel Perel
Quality and organisation — part II
Chairman: Paul Myles, Ravi Mahajan, Małgorzata Mikaszewska–Sokolewicz
Fluid management & blood component therapy
Chairman: Djillali Annane, Maria Wujtewicz, Idit Matot
Session of Section of Microbiology and Infections
Chairman: Aleksander Deptuła, Ewa Trejnowska, Tomasz Ozorowski
General Assembly of Section of Research and Education
15.50–16.10 Fluid resuscitation of septic shock
Phillip Dellinger
CoBaTrICE 2.0 — competence based training and assessment. Updating process and new developments
Francesca Rubulotta
Fluid therapy in the ICU
Djillali Annane
Empirical antibiotic therapy of severe infections in Intensive Care Unit setting
Aleksander Deptuła
16.10–16.30 Blood management strategies in cardiac surgery — drugs, techniques and procedures
Davy Cheng
Quality of recovery and disability — free survival (plenary)
Paul Myles
  The use of antibiotics and monitoring of infections in ICU in Poland — the result of pilot studies
Ewa Trejnowska
Intraoperative transfusion practice in Europe
Idit Matot
16.30–16.50 Goal-directed therapy (GDT) and EGDT – similar hopes, similar disappointments
Azriel Perel
Quality outcomes in anaesthesia – are we any wiser?
Ravi Mahajan
Rational blood transfusion strategy
Marek Mirski
Bacteriemia Zero Project
Miguel Sánchez García 
16.50–17.10 Cytokine adsorption in septic shock: a new treatment option
Detlef Kindgen-Milles
Guidelines and Performance Measures: How Do You Apply the Evidence
Lee Fleisher

16.50–17.00

Discussion

16.50–17.00

Discussion

17.10–17.20

Discussion

Discussion    
17.20–17.35

Coffee break

17.15 General Assembly of the Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy — 1st term
17.30 General Assembly of the Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy – (optional) 2nd term
20.00 Social Event (extra paid participation)

 

SATURDAY 16–09–2017

 

“Widowiskowa”Hall

“Fidelio” Hall

“Manru” Hall

“Kameralna” Hall

Seminary Room

8.00–9.10 Standards of care in ventilation therapy
Chairman: Robert M. Kacmarek, Radosław Owczuk, Michael Niederman
Renal replacement therapies – strategies of management
Chairman: Detlef Kindgen–Milles, Maciej Żukowski, Ravindra L. Mehta
Management of life threatening haemorrhage
Chairman: Tomasz Łazowski, Elżbieta Nowacka
Genetics in anaesthesiology and intensive care
Chairman: Adam Mikstacki, Ryszard Słomski
General Assembly of Section of Hyperbaric Medicine
8.00–8.20 New Guidelines for VAP
Michael Niederman
Timely initiation of RRT in critically ill patients
Ravindra L. Mehta
Trauma–induced coagulopathy
Elżbieta Nowacka
Genetic background of anaesthesia drug susceptibility
Adam Mikstacki
8.20–8.40 Lung protective mechanical ventilation. State Of the Art 2017
Robert M. Kacmarek
Regional citrate anticoagulation for CRRT — the new standard?
Detlef Kindgen-Milles
Management approaches, difficulties and dilemmas in diagnostics and treatment
Małgorzata Mikaszewska-Sokolewicz
Expression of genes involved in analgesic cannabinoids metabolism
Ryszard Słomski
8.40–9.00 Is Zero VAP really achievable?
Michael Niederman
AKI management. the 5R approach
Ravindra L. Mehta
Management guidelines
Tomasz Łazowski
Genetic diversification of bacteria strains in patients with  severe infections treated in Intensive Care Unit
Barbara Tamowicz
9.00–9.10 Discussion Discussion Discussion Discussion
9.10–9.25

Coffee break

9.25–10.35 2nd session of Paediatric Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Section
Chairman: Marzena Zielińska, Izabela Pągowska–Klimek, Elżbieta Sokół-Kobielska
Advancements in treatment of acute renal failure
Chairman: Detlef Kindgen–Milles, Romuald Lango, Ravindra L. Mehta
Intensive care and transplantology. New principles of cooperation or beginning of a new chapter?
Chairman: Romuald Bohatyrewicz, Wojciech Dąbrowski

Varia
Chairman: Rafał Drwiła, Mirosław Czuczwar

General Assembly of Section of Neuroanaesthesia
9.25–9.45 Proposed procedural algorithm in difficult intubation of newborns, infants and children
Wojciech Walas
Sean M. Bagshaw. Strategies for starting RRT in AKI Novel criteria for brain death diagnosis – summary of most important changes
Romulad Bohatyrewicz

Role of anticonvulsants and ketamine in acute pain management
Mirosław Czuczwar

9.45–10.05 Analysis of Polish and European results of APRICOT study (Anaesthesia Practice In Children Observational Trial)
Marzena Zielińska
Ravindra L. Mehta. Improving outcomes in patients on RRT Can we diagnose brain death in the „field conditions”?
Wojciech Dąbrowski

Pros and cons of modern scientific works
Rafał Drwiła

10.05–10.25 Safe transportation of infants and children with respiratory failure
Magdalena Mierzewska–Schmidt
How to improve renal recovery after AKI?
Detlef Kindgen-Milles
Organ donations in Poland compared with the rest of Europe
Romuald Bohatyrewicz

Comparison of effectiveness between two methods of abdomen wall analgesia after caesarean section (TAP vs. QL block)
Michał Borys

10.25–10.35

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion
10.35–10.50

Coffee break

10.50–12.00 Point–of–care ultrasonography in ICU
Chairman: Wojciech Wierzejski, Piotr Nowakowski
Difficult airway management II
Chairman: Takashi Asai, Tomasz Gaszyński, Francesca Rubulotta
Monitoring of circulation dynamics
Chairman: Ewa Kucewicz-Czech, Rafał Drwiła, Maciej Żukowski
2nd session of History Section
Chairman: Andrzej Kűbler, Ewa Mayzner-Zawadzka
 
10.50–11.10 Pump–water–tube. Patient with shock.
Tomasz Siegel
Difficult airways and obese
Takashi Asai
Right ventricular failure — underestimated problem
Ewa Kucewicz-Czech
10:50-11:05
General anaesthesia as a part of therapeutic process — history
Krzysztof Kusza
 
11.10–11.30 Evaluation of lungs in ICU patients – reality beyond BLUE protocol
Wojciech Wierzejski
Management of bariatric patients from ventilation to antibiotic prophylaxis
Francesca Rubulotta
Hidden hypovolemia — challenge difficult to track
Rafał Drwiła

11:05-11:20
Sepsis – history of science and treatment
Andrzej Kűbler

 
11.30–11.50 Cranial USG — can we see intracranial hypertension?
Piotr Nowakowski
Difficult airway management — the current method is not ideal
Takashi Asai
Invasive monitoring of circulatory system in patients
Maciej Żukowski
11:20-11:35
History of blood transfusion in Poland
Ewa Mayzner-Zawadzka

11:35-11:50
Beginnings and current situation of academic anaesthesia in Olsztyn
Lidia Glinka

 
11.50–12.00

Discussion

Discussion Discussion Discussion  
12.00

Closing of Congress

 

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