2nd Interdisciplinary Meeting on Basic hemodynamics, hypoperfusion, coagulation activation and DIC

November 19, 2021, 8:00 am CET

Review, Summary & Reflections

30 selected healthcare professionals from different regions and specialities convened to Chisinau, Moldova between 19th and 24th November for our second Interdisciplinary Meeting of the year.

Participants stayed together at the Hotel Codru where the lectures took place, and received intensive training over 5 days in diverse approaches to the subject that combined theoretical lectures provided by international specialists with practical, hands-on training onsite.

Once again, the programme encouraged interactivity and engagement of the participants, with much discussion focused around practical cases. There was also a strong interest to facilitate interaction between the participants so that they could contribute and benefit from their own diverse experience and varied work environments. Staff were available 24/7 for discussion, questions and academic interactions both in the lecture hall and during meals and coffee breaks. Participants evaluated their learnings interactively with interactive online questionnaires, comprised of questions set by the lecturers and experts present.

Where lecturers could not be physically present, the VFPM arranged for them to hold live lectures digitally via zoom.

Participants feedback testified to the quality of lecture content, and in particular for the opportunity to benefit from the hands-on practical training. There was considerable enthusiasm for the practical sessions on Echocardiography from the class.

Course content is listed below.

 

Speakers:

 

Lars Asmis, MD
Privatdozent der Universität Zürich, Hematology and Internal Medicine FMH, Hematology FAMH, Center for perioperative Thrombosis and Hemostasis, Zurich, Switzerland

  • Physiology of Coagulation
  • Endothelial dysfunction in circulatory failure
Corina Cardaniuc, MD
Associate Professor Obstetrics/Gynecology,
Maternity Unit manager, Medpark International Hospital, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

  • Management of bleeding in obstetrics- Surgeon Perspective
Berrin Gunaydin, MD Ph.D
Professor of Anesthesiology, Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation, Gazi University School of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey

  • Management of bleeding in obstetrics- Anaesthesiologist’s Perspective
Sergey Marchenko, MD
Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University, St.Petersburg, Russian Federation

  • Welcome, Introduction and Assessment
  • Embryological and anatomical reference features of intrauterine development of the cardiovascular system and transitional circulation
  • Hands on 1: “Echocardiographic projections. The first step of echocardiographic technology forassess, ing hemodynamic status ”(standard projections).
  • Hybrid training 2: The aortic root: from anatomy to echocardiography. Reule’s triangle. From echocardiography to hemodynamics.
  • Hybrid training 3: Echocardiography of the left heart.
  • Hybrid training 4: Anatomy of the tricuspid right ventricular complex. Echocardiography of the right heart.
  • Hands on 5: Lap. Diastolic dysfunction.
  • Echocardiography in the newborn- critical cardiac congenital malformations
Alexey Naumov, MD
Associate Professor, Department of anesthesiology, resuscitation and emergency pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiac ICU, Pediatric University of Saint Petersburg, St.Petersburg, Russian Federation

  • Normal physiology of the cardiovascular system. Systemic flow.
  • Normal physiology of the cardiovascular system. Pressure + DO and VO2
  • Practical calculations of hemodynamic parameters (Calc 1).
  • Practical calculations of oxygen delivery (Calc 2)
  • Ultrasonic methods for monitoring hemodynamic parameters (part 1).
  • Ultrasonic methods for monitoring hemodynamic parameters (part 2). Pulmonary hypertension. Diastolic dysfunction.
  • Hands on 1: “Echocardiographic projections. The first step of echocardiographic technology for assessing hemodynamic status ”(standard projections).
  • Hybrid training 2: The aortic root: from anatomy to echocardiography. Reule’s triangle. From echocardiography to hemodynamics.
  • Hybrid training 3: Echocardiography of the left heart.
  • Hybrid training 4 Anatomy of the tricuspid right ventricular complex. Echocardiography of the right heart.
  • Hands on 5: Lap. Diastolic dysfunction
  • A systematic approach to assessing hemodynamic status.
  • Estimation of hemodynamic status. Information transfer.
Svetlana Plamadeala, MD
Associate professor, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, MEDPARK International Hospital, Chisinau, Moldova

  • Volume resuscitation and estimation of fluid responsiveness.
Ecaterina Scarlatescu, MD
Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Fundeni Clinical Institute, Bucharest, Romania

  • Welcome, Introduction and Assessment
  • Standard TTE Echocardiographic projections.
  • Differential diagnosis in acute hemodynamic disturbances- shock states.
  • DIC part 1 – Pathophysiology and scores
  • Monitoring hemodynamic status- other than echo (PPV, SVV…)
  • DIC part2 – Therapeutic approach
  • Roundup and Final Assessment
Adrian Belii, MD PhD
Professor, Chair of Anesthesiology and Reanimatology No1 “Valeriu Ghereg”, State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemitanu”
Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Institute of Emergency Medicine, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

  • The Physico-chemical foundation of the hydroelectric balance: an updated approach.

Testimonials

Location

Hotel Codru Complex Tr.Chisinau-Orhei S. Burcuta CT Codru

Alexey Naumov, MD
Associate Professor, Department of anesthesiology, resuscitation and emergency pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiac ICU, Pediatric University of Saint Petersburg, St.Petersburg, Russian Federation

Corina Cardaniuc MD,
Associate Professor Obstetrics/Gynecology,
Maternity Unit manager, Medpark International Hospital, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

Sergey Marchenko, MD
Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University, St.Petersburg, Russian Federation

Ecaterina Scarlatescu, MD, Ph.D
Consultant Anaesthesiologist,
Fundeni Institute, Bucharest, Romania

Berrin Gunaydin, MD, Ph.D
Professor of Anesthesiology at the Department of Anesthesiology in Gazi University School of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey

Lars Asmis, MD, Ph.D
Privatdozent der Universität Zürich, Hematology and Internal Medicine FMH, Hematology FAMH, Center for perioperative Thrombosis and Hemostasis, Zurich, Switzerland