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ANESTHESIOLOGY COURSE
Respiration in Anesthesia and in Intensive Care: from Airway Management to Cellular Respiration

Respiration in Anesthesia and in Intensive Care from Airway Management to Cellular Respiration

COURSE DIRECTOR
P. DIEMUNSCH F.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • 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 closely interact with worldrenowned 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

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical sessions between Faculty and course participants
  • Hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs), mannequins, trachea models and computers in experimental laboratory

COURSE DIRECTOR

P. DIEMUNSCH F.

FACULTY PANEL

M. Aziz USA. T.N. Chamaraux F. A. Charton F. J. Charton F. C.H. Chen TW. J.M. Constantin F. R. Cooper CAN. P. Diemunsch F. T.J. Gan USA. W. Heinrichs GER. S. Jaber F. M. Hengen LUX. S. Koessler F. M. Kristensen DK. P.O. Ludes F. A. Meyer F. E. Noll F. A. Patel UK. J. Pottecher F. J.D. Ricard F. M. Singer UK. J-L. Vincent F. K. Torp USA.

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • 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 closely interact with worldrenowned 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

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs), mannequins, trachea models and computers in experimental laboratory
  • Interactive theoretical sessions between Faculty and course participants

COURSE DIRECTOR

P. DIEMUNSCH F.

FACULTY PANEL

M. Aziz USA. T.N. Chamaraux F. A. Charton F. J. Charton F. C.H. Chen TW. J.M. Constantin F. R. Cooper CAN. P. Diemunsch F. T.J. Gan USA. W. Heinrichs GER. S. Jaber F. M. Hengen LUX. S. Koessler F. M. Kristensen DK. P.O. Ludes F. A. Meyer F. E. Noll F. A. Patel UK. J. Pottecher F. J.D. Ricard F. M. Singer UK. J-L. Vincent F. K. Torp USA.

MONDAY DECEMBER 2, 2019

MORNING
9.00 am > Registration and welcoming of participants

THEORETICAL SESSION
• Welcome – Introduction
• Anesthesia for fiberoptic intubation: general, topical & sedation
• Difficult airway algorithm: state of the art in 2018
• Multimodal approach of the difficult airway
• THRIVE:
 > What's new since the 2015 core papers
 > Clinical application in ICU
 > Indications and problems in anesthesia
 > Monitoring
• Oxygen : friend or foe

1.00 pm > Lunch

AFTERNOON
2.00 pm > PRACTICAL SESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY
Workshops are run in parallel. Participants will have access to all workshops during the 2 days.

• Workshop on mannequins
 > New tools for airways management.
 >The multimodal approach of airway control
 > Single lung ventilation : tools and practice

Workshop on live tissue (mini-pigs)
>Front of the neck airway approach
>US for the upper and lower respiratory tract, tracheal approach
> FAST Echo
>Special ventilator settings and their consequences

Workshop on computers
> Micro-simulation for bronchoscopic intubation

• Workshop on trachea models
 > Surgical airway: transtracheal approach & tracheoscopic control
 >  Cricothyrotomy approaches (surgical vs. Seldinger)

6.00 pm> End of the session

TUESDAY DECEMBER 3, 2019

MORNING
9.00 am > THEORETICAL SESSION
• Respiration: the mitochondrial level
• Optimal ventilator settings in the OR and in the ICU
• Predictive signs for difficult airways: intubation, face mask ventilation, videolaryngoscopy
• Lessons from the NAP4: key points & perspective
• Discussion

12.15 am > Lunch

AFTERNOON
01.15 pm > PRACTICAL SESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY
Workshops are run in parallel. Participants will have access to all workshops during the 2 days.

• Workshop on mannequins
• Workshop on live tissue (mini-pigs)
• Workshop on computers
• Workshop on trachea models

4.30 pm > End of the course / delivery of certificate of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications