Lunch/Breakfast Symposiums


 

Lunch Symposium Sponsored by

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Protein Needs and Delivery in the ICU
Date : Saturday, 22 April 2017
Time : 11.50am – 12.50pm
Venue : Room 405B
Speaker : Prof. Marianne Chapman
Session Outline:
  • Protein Requirements in Critical Illness, Usual Protein Delivery, Guideline Recommendations for Protein Delivery
    • Commencement of Nutrition Support, How Do We Select Formulas (Polymeric and Semi-Elemental), Evidence or Otherwise for Different Formulations
  • Gastric Emptying in Critical Illness and How That Affects Macronutrient Choice
  • Management of Gastric Residual Volumes – What Volumes Are Important, What Action Should Be Taken
  • What Influences Gastric Empting Rate in Critical Illness Including: Types of Protein, Lipids, Calories Concentration, The Amount of CHO
    • The Need for Further Studies in this Area?

 


Lunch Symposium Sponsored by

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A holistic approach towards ICU management: ICU Sedation and infection control
Date : Saturday, 22 April 2017
Time : 11.50am – 12.50pm
Venue : Room 406D
Chairman : Dr Yahya Shehabi
Professor, Intensive Care Med Clinical School of Medicine
University New South Wales, Australia
: Dr Melvin Tay
Consultant, Department of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine
Speaker : Dr Dale Needham
Medical Director, Critical Care Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Program
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA
 : Dr Tang Kin Bong
Associate Consultant, Intensive Care Unit
Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, Hong Kong
Session Outline:
Dr Dale Needham
Understanding and Implementing the Basic Principles for ICU Sedation
Dr Tang Kin Bong
A Novel Approach Towards Management of ICU Fungal Infections: A Case Sharing

Breakfast Symposium Sponsored by

Respiratory support via Optiflow™ Nasal Cannula
Date : Sunday, 23 April 2017
Time : 7.30am – 8.20am
Venue : Room 406D
Speakers : Prof. Ross Freebairn
  Assoc. Prof. Andreas Schibler
Session Outline:
Prof. Ross Freebairn
NIV or NHF: What’s the choice?
Assoc. Prof. Andreas Schibler
Nasal High Flow in paediatrics, from spontaneous breathing to apneoic oxygenation

Lunch Symposium Sponsored by

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CRRT – Optimal Therapy for Better Outcomes
Date : Sunday, 23 April 2017
Time : 1.00pm – 2.00pm
Venue : Room 405B
Chairman : Dr Jonathan Tan
Senior Consultant & Director, Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
 Speakers :  Dr Chang Yin, Chionh
Head & Senior Consultant, Department of Renal Medicine
Changi General Hospital, Singapore
 : Dr Addy Tan
Senior Consultant, Department of Anaesthesia
National University Hospital, Singapore
Session Outline:
Dr Chang Yin, Chionh
Fluid Management in the Critically Ill – A Rational Approach
Dr Addy Tan
Renal Recovery with CRRT – What Does Evidence Suggest?

Lunch Symposium Sponsored by

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Emerging Trends in Intensive Care Medicine with Noninvasive Monitoring
Date : Sunday, 23 April 2017
Time : 1.00pm – 2.00pm
Venue : Room 406D
Speaker : Dr. Michael A. E. Ramsay, MD, FRCA, Chairman
Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Management, Baylor University Medical Center
: Dr. Gordon WONG, Tin-chun (黃田鎮)
MBBS (Sydney); BSc(Med); MD (HKU); FANZCA; FHKCA; FHKAM(Anaesthesiology)
Clinical Assistant Professor, Honorary Associate Consultant in Department of Anaesthesiology, Queen Mary Hospital
Assistant Dean (Admissions), Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong
Honorary Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, The University of Hong Kong
Co-director, Institute of Medical and Health Sciences Education (Staff and Professional Development)
: Suraphong Lorsmradee, MD, PhD
Associate Professor, TIVA Training Center
Division of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anaesthesia
Division of Liver Transplantation Anaesthesia
Department of Anaesthesiology
Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University
Scientific Chairman of Society of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesiologists of Thailand
Session Outline:
Recent advancements in clinical monitoring have provided clinicians with clinical information that previously was unavailable, intermittent, or available only through invasive modalities. . When used together, these parameters may help provide additional clinical insight. In this session, clinicians will learn how:

  • Modern noninvasive technology can provide clinical parameters previously available only through invasive and sometimes more costly alternatives.
  • Advanced noninvasive monitoring can help clinicians make more-timely, and more-informed clinical decisions by providing continuous and real-time data.
  • Studies have suggested that when used as part of a clinical protocol, these noninvasive and continuous technologies may help improve outcomes.