Perioperative Medicine: Focus on Patient-centered team approach

March 13, 2022, 8:00 am CET

Description

This is 5 day academic event, held at the secluded Campus environment at Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, Austria,  chosen to encourage open academic exchange, discussions and networking over the course of the programme.

 

Speakers:

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

  • Basics 1:  Coagulation: Physiology of Coagulation & Pathophysiology of Acquired Coagulopathy
  • Physiology of Fluid Therapy: Ultrastructural aspects and role of Endothelium
Cheryl Crisafi, RN
Cardiac Surgery Care Coordinator Nurse at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA

  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery:  Communication:  Nurses – the glue of the Multidisciplinary teams
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery:  Enhanced Recovery After Surgery – ERAS USA
Serdar Gunaydin, MD
Professor in Cardiovascular Surgery Director of Cardiovascular Surgery at Numune Training Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey.

  • Patient care centered – optimized outcome oriented multidisciplinary team approaches   – what is it about in clinical practice?
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery: PBM Example Turkey
  • Basics 3: Nutrition – the impact of optimized nutrition handling on outcome of surgical patients
Marija Jovanovski-Srceva, MD
Anaesthesiologist, ass. Professor at the Cathedra for Anesthesia Reanimation and Intensive Care, UKIM, Skopje

  • The mind is ready for surgery – but what are the body, metabolism and cells telling us?
Prof. Marcus Lance, MD, Ph.D
Chair, Department of Anaesthesiology, Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya

  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery
Vicki Morton-Bailey DNP, AGNP-BC
Director of Clinical and Quality Outcomes at Providence Anesthesiology Associates in Charlotte, NC, USA

  • Basics 4: Pathophysiology of the Surgical Stress Response
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery:  Communication:  Nurses – the glue of the Multidisciplinary teams
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery:  Enhanced Recovery After Surgery ERAS USA
Sherri Ozawa, RN
Clinical Director, Registered Nurse specializing in PBM practice,  Institute for Patient Blood Management and Bloodless Medicine and Surgery, Englewood, USA

  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery: Building and Communicating  the Case for Change
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery: The role of Anemia
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery:  Patient Blood Management (PBM) in the USA
Ecaterina Scarlatescu, MD, Ph.D
Consultant Anaesthesiologist, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Fundeni Clinical Institute, Bucharest, Romania

  • Basics 2: Role of Hemodynamics in a Patient-Centered, Interdisciplinary team approach
  • Hemostatic Agents Coagulation: Plasma, RBCs, Thrombus, Concentrates)
  • PBM – Anemia Prevention –Treatment Perspective Intensive Care
Erdal Simsek, MD
Academician, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Yuksek Ihtisas University

  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery: ERAS: Example Turkey
Aryeh Shander, MD, FCCM, FCCP
Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology, Medicine & Surgery, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

  • Welcome address and Introduction
Pierre R. Tibi, MD
Chair of the Cardiovascular Department, Yavapai Regional Medical Center, Prescott, AZ, USA

  • Optimized Patient Outcome _Cardiac Surgery:   Tools at hand:  Perspective Surgeon
  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery:  Patient Blood Management (PBM) in the USA
Konstantina Triantafillopoulou, MD
Cardiothoracic Surgeon in Private Practice, in Thessaloniki, Greece

  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery: PBM & ERAS: Status & Outlook Greek Private Hospital
Alicia Vilaseca, MD
Head, Hematology Department, San Camilo Private Surgery Clinic, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Optimized Patient Outcome in Cardiac Surgery: PBM and ERAS: Status and Outlook Argentina

 

The programme comprises state–of–the art lectures in the morning covering the specific aspects of Implementation of ERAS (Workshop, Case Discussion. Fostering interaction and exchange of knowledge and clinical experiences between all medical specialities involved in the optimal treatment of patients. A renowned international faculty will be available for informal discussion both in the lecture hall and during meals and coffee breaks.  Learn through discussions and case sessions about the different ways patients are diagnosed and treated in different health care systems. Share their experiences in different working environment – differences –similarities and work out the best real world/goal directed implementation strategy.

Maximal 40 personally-invited participants (teams of 4-5 different specialities) from different countries and regions.

Speakers & Topics

Location

Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, Austria