PRELIMINARY PROGRAM – JMIP 2019
26 – 27 September 2019
– Ventilation and Support in Acute Respiratory Failure (ARF)
Prof. Laurent Brochard
ARF in critical care scenario
– Why is ventilation a challenge in acute respiratory failure?
– Spontaneos Breathing in Early ARDS
– Respiratory support in ARF – NIV and HFNC
Monitoring the ventilated patient
– Transpulmonary pressure at bedside – guide ventilation
– Lung ultrasound – pulmonary edema, pnneumonia, atelectasis
– Low-tidal volume ventilation for all?
Hemodynamics in critically ventilated patient
– Echocardiogram and others noninvasive methods
– Fluids and vasopressors – what are new?
– Kidney and lung – controversial options?
– Protective ventilation – Don`t cause damage
– Prone and ECMO
– Should different causes of ARDS have different approaches?
Ventilatory modes – what news?
-Simulation – educational session
– Respiratory effort and assisted modalities
– Critical illnes-associated diaphragm weakness: strategies to prevent and treat? It`s feasible?
– Wean Safe
– What`s the role of NIV and HFNC?
Brain-Lung crosstalk – What Does It Mean
– Cross-talk acute brain injury and induced lung injury
– A Neuro Lung protective Ventilation in Acute Brain Injury?
– Neuromonitoring and Ventilation: what respiratory targets and strategies?
Around Ventilation – Caring for the Ventilated Patient
– The role of new microbiological diagnostic techniques in VAP
– Fungus in airways – what to do?
– New antibiotics for VAP
– Antibiotic stewardship in VAP: do we need institutional guidelines?
How to deal with
– Pain and delirium
– ICU – acquired weakness
– Dysphagia and evaluation of swallowing
– Rehabilitation – early mibilization, “keep moving”, cognitive stimulation
– Management of brain-dead donor in ICU: general and specific therapy to improve transplantable organ quality?
“Late Afternoon talk”-Opens space to debate
Music therapy in ICU
Therapeutic tool for all, patients and professionals-Experimental session