18th Annual NATA Symposium Industry-Sponsored Programme

Industry-Sponsored Programme

 

Thursday, April 20, 2017 – 12:15-13:30

 

Satellite Symposium – Auditorium

Supported by Masimo

PATIENT BLOOD MANAGEMENT:
IMPROVING PATIENT SAFETY

Chairperson:
Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA

 
12:30-12:45 Safety and effectiveness of a patient blood management (PBM) programme in surgical patients
Kai Zacharowski, Frankfurt, Germany

12:45-13:00 PREPARE: the prevalence of perioperative anaemia and need for patient blood management in elective orthopaedic surgery – A multicentre, observational study
Sigismond Lasocki, Angers, France

13:00-13:15 Does dilutional anaemia really exist?
Azriel Perel, Tel Aviv, Israel

13:15-13:30 PBM and transfusion optimisation – Blood, oxygen and fluids: friends or foes?
Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA


Workshop/Wetlab – Onice Room

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from Haemonetics and Tem International

FUNCTIONAL HAEMOSTATIC MONITORING:
TEG® and ROTEM®

Chairperson:
Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, Denmark

TEG team

Pär I. Johansson, Copenhagen, Denmark
John B. Holcomb, Houston, TX, USA
João Dias, Signy, Switzerland (Haemonetics representative)



ROTEM team

Thomas Frietsch, Marburg, Germany
Jens Meier, Linz, Austria
Klaus Görlinger, Chicago, IL, USA (TEM International representative)



Workshop with free pre-registration.
Maximum number of participants: 50


Friday, April 21, 2017 – 12:15-13:30

 

Satellite Symposium – Auditorium

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Vifor Pharma

PATIENT BLOOD MANAGEMENT
– GETTING THE FIRST PILLAR RIGHT

Chairpersons:
Bernd Froessler, Adelaide, SA, Australia
Marco Pavesi, Milan, Italy

 
12:30-12:35 Welcome and introduction – Implementing PBM and its first pillar in medical, obstetric and surgical care
Bernd Froessler, Adelaide, SA, Australia

12:35-12:50 Management of iron deficiency in medical patients: the case of chronic heart failure
Stephan von Haehling, Göttingen, Germany

12:50-13:05 PBM in obstetrics – Management of anaemia and iron deficiency in pregnancy and in the postpartum period
Bernd Froessler, Adelaide, SA, Australia

13:05-13:20 ‘Fit to fly’ – Management of anaemia and iron deficiency in patients undergoing major surgery
Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA

13:20-13:30 Discussion


Sponsored Lecture – Verde Room

Supported by Fresenius Kabi

BLOOD MANAGEMENT, CELL SAVING AND QUALITY CONTROL IN SURGERY

Chairperson:
Wolfgang Böcker, Bad Homburg, Germany

Speaker:
Filip De Somer, Ghent, Belgium

12:30-12:50 Lecture

12:50-13:00 Discussion


Workshop – Congressi Room No. 4

Supported by Nordic Pharma

WHAT PLACE DOES APROTININ HAVE
IN FUTURE CLINICAL PRACTICE?

Moderators:
Philippe Van der Linden, Brussels, Belgium
Marc Giménez-Milà, Cambridge, UK


Maximum number of participants: 50

Workshop/Wetlab – Onice Room

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from Haemonetics and Tem International

FUNCTIONAL HAEMOSTATIC MONITORING:
TEG® and ROTEM®

Chairperson:
Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, Denmark

TEG team

Pär I. Johansson, Copenhagen, Denmark
John B. Holcomb, Houston, TX, USA
João Dias, Signy, Switzerland (Haemonetics representative)



ROTEM team

Thomas Frietsch, Marburg, Germany
Jens Meier, Linz, Austria
Klaus Görlinger, Chicago, IL, USA (TEM International representative)



Workshop with free pre-registration.
Maximum number of participants: 50