19th Annual NATA Symposium Industry-Sponsored Programme

Industry-Sponsored Programme

 

Thursday, April 12, 2018 ‒ Lunchtime

 

Satellite Symposium – Auditorium

Supported by Masimo

CARING FOR THE SURGICAL AND CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS: BLOOD, FLUIDS AND OXYGEN THERAPY – TEMPTATIONS AND PITFALLS

Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA

 
12:50-13:05 Patient blood management in surgical patients: the importance of anaemia in patients undergoing surgery
Andrew A. Klein, Cambridge, UK

13:05-13:20 Improving oxygen delivery in surgical and critically ill patients: the yin and yang of blood transfusion
Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA

13:20-13:35 Latest strategies in patient blood management: improving outcomes in surgical and critically ill patients
Patrick Meybohm, Frankfurt, Germany

13:35-13:50 Iatrogenic haemodilution: a possible cause for avoidable blood transfusions?
Azriel Perel, Tel Aviv, Israel


Satellite Symposium – Salão Nobre

Supported by CSL Behring

GOAL-DIRECTED THERAPY OF BLEEDING

Kai Zacharowski, Frankfurt, Germany
Cláudia Almeida, Porto, Portugal

 
12:50-12:55 Introduction
Kai Zacharowski, Frankfurt, Germany

12:55-13:15 Basics and algorithms
Gustavo Jesus, Lisbon, Portugal

13:15-13:35 Improving outcome for patients
Dietmar Fries, Innsbruck, Austria

13:35-13:50 Q&A / Discussion
Cláudia Almeida, Porto, Portugal


Workshop/Wetlab – Sala de Conferências

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from Haemonetics and Instrumentation Laboratory

FUNCTIONAL HAEMOSTATIC MONITORING:
TEG® and ROTEM®

Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, Denmark
Thomas Frietsch, Mannheim, Germany

TEG team

Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, Denmark
João Dias, Signy, Switzerland (Haemonetics representative)



ROTEM team

Thomas Frietsch, Marburg, Germany
Klaus Görlinger, Munich, Germany (TEM International representative)



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


Expert on the Spot – Exhibition Area

Supported by Pharmacosmos

SAFETY OF INTRAVENOUS IRON

Speaker:
Michael Auerbach, Baltimore, MD, USA

14:00-14:15 Lecture

14:15-14:30 Discussion


Friday, April 13, 2018 ‒ Lunchtime

 

Satellite Symposium – Auditorium

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Vifor Pharma

PATIENT BLOOD MANAGEMENT
– FOCUS ON THE MEDICAL PATIENT

Jens Meier, Linz, Austria
Lawrence Tim Goodnough, Stanford, CA, USA

 
12:50-13:10 Patient blood management ‒ extending the concept to medical patients
Lawrence Tim Goodnough, Stanford, CA, USA

13:10-13:30 Implementing the three pillars of patient blood management in obstetrics
Daniel Surbek, Bern, Switzerland

13:30-13:50 Intravenous iron for cancer- and chemotherapy-induced anemia
Jun Ho Jang, Seoul, Korea


Sponsored Lecture – Salão Nobre

Supported by Fresenius Kabi

QUALITY & CLINICAL PERFORMANCE IN CELL SALVAGE ‒ AN UPDATE

Speaker:
Patrick Meybohm, Frankfurt, Germany

12:50-13:10 Lecture

13:10-13:20 Discussion


Workshop/Wetlab – Sala de Conferências

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from Haemonetics and Instrumentation Laboratory

FUNCTIONAL HAEMOSTATIC MONITORING:
TEG® and ROTEM®

Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, Denmark
Thomas Frietsch, Mannheim, Germany

TEG team

Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, Denmark
João Dias, Signy, Switzerland (Haemonetics representative)



ROTEM team

Thomas Frietsch, Marburg, Germany
Klaus Görlinger, Munich, Germany (TEM International representative)



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


Workshop – Sala de Doutoramentos

Supported by Nordic Pharma

PATIENT BLOOD MANAGEMENT IN CARDIAC SURGERY: CURRENT PRACTICES

 

12:50-13:10 PBM in cardiac surgery: where are we?
Christian von Heymann, Berlin, Germany

13:10-13:30 What place for aprotinin in current clinical practices?
David Royston, London, UK

13:30-13:50 Discussion