• Data evento10/05/2021

  • Durata evento90 min

LESSONS LEARNED FROM COVID-19: OPTIMIZING MONITORING AND TREATMENT FOR A BETTER OUTCOME

Rationale

The COVID-19 crisis is lingering. First responders and care teams are on the front lines, working directly with patients and health authorities to contain the spread and treat vulnerable patients—while protecting their own wellbeing and that of their families.

In this webinar, doctors across Europe will share their experience at different stages of the care pathway with innovative solutions that helped their care teams minimize transmission risks and increase clinician and patient safety.

Masimo supports surge capacity efforts with a range of noninvasive monitoring and ancillary single-use solutions that can help care teams prepare for and manage an influx of patients quickly and efficiently. At Masimo, we are committed to supporting the needs of the medical community—for the benefit of care teams and patients alike.

Supported by:

Chairperson

Matta B.

Senior Medical Director (Part-time) - Masimo International Consultant in Anaesthesia and Neurotrauma Critical Care Cambridge University Hospitals Trust Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge Cambridge, United Kingdom

matta@smart.org

Speakers

Van Grunderbeeck N.

Infections Diseases Specialist Intensive Care Unit Centre Hospitalier de Lens Lens, France Centre Hospitalier d’Arras Arras, France

Braunlich J.

Intensive Care Department Hans-Susemihl Hospital Medical Clinic Emden, Germany Department of Respiratory Medicine University of Leipzig Leipzig, Germany

Robba C.

Anesthesia and Intensive Care Policlinico San Martino RCSS for Oncology Genova, Italy

Program



    CHAIRPERSON: B. Matta
 
17.00   Introduction
B. Matta
17.10   Initial assessment, triage and remote monitoring in COVID-19
N. Van Grunderbeeck
17.35   Alternatives to intubation for COVID-19 patients:the benefits of HFNO
J. Bräunlich
17.55   COVID-19 patients in the ICU: optimizing oxygenation and sedation
C. Robba
18.15   Q&A