Respiration in anesthesia and in intensive care - from airway management to cellular respiration

2021, November 29 - 30

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 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


COURSE DIRECTOR

  • P. Diemunsch FR


FACULTY PANEL

  • M. Aziz US
  • T.H. Barnes GB
  • T.N. Chamaraux FR
  • A. Charton FR
  • J. Charton FR
  • C.H. Chen TWN
  • J.M. Constantin FR
  • S. Diemunsch FR
  • T.J. Gan US
  • S. Jaber FR
  • W. Habre CH
  • M. Hengen LUX
  • S. Koessler FR
  • M. Kristensen DNK
  • O. Langeron FR
  • P.O. Ludes FR
  • A. Meyer FR
  • E. Noll FR
  • A. Patel GB
  • A. Perel ISR
  • J. Pottecher FR
  • J.D. Ricard FR
  • M. Singer GB
  • M. Skinner AUS
  • K. Torp US
  • J.L. Vincent BEL


MONDAY NOVEMBER 29, 2021

8.15 am Registration and welcoming of participants

8.30 am THEORETICAL SESSION
- Anesthesia for fiberoptic intubation: general, topical & sedation
- Difficult airway algorithm: state of the art in 2021
- Multimodal approach to the difficult airway
- THRIVE:
- What’s new since the 2015 core papers
- Clinical applications in ICU
- Indications and problems in anesthesia
- Monitoring
- Oxygen: friend or foe

12.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.30 pm PRACTICAL SESSION
Workshops are run in parallel. Participants will have access to all workshops during the 2 days
Workshop on mannequins
- New tools for airway management
- The multimodal approach to airway control
- Single lung ventilation: tools and practice
- Cuirass ventilation
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)

5.30 pm End of the session
Evening free

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30, 2021

8.15 amWelcome coffee and evaluation of the previous day

8.30 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 & perspectives

12.00 pm Lunch at the Institute
1.00 pm PRATICAL SESSION
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 course
Delivery of certificate of attendance
Programme may be subject to modifications