The European Anaesthesiology Congress
Vienna, Austria junho 01 - junho 03, 2019
Euroanaesthesia is recognised worldwide as one of the most important and influential annual congresses in anaesthesiology, including perioperative medicine, intensive care, emergency medicine and pain therapy, showcasing the latest and most relevant knowledge and expertise in those fields.
This international event gathers upwards of 6,000 delegates and a faculty of more than 400 key opinion leaders from all over the world.
Getinge is, this year again, one of the four major sponsors of the events and will be present in Vienna with a booth and scientific activities.
Detalhes do evento
Data: junho 01 - junho 03, 2019
Cidade: Vienna, Austria
Localidade: Messe Wien Congress Centre
We are excited to introduce you to the latest innovation in non-invasive Advanced Hemodynamic Monitoring at Euroanaesthesia 2019 in Vienna.
NICCI provides the flexibility of using continuous monitoring especially when an arterial line is not indicated and intermittent NIBP is not sufficient.
Experience the new Flow-e
Monitors. Tubes. Cables. Tools. You need diverse equipment in the operating room, but things can quickly get cluttered.
We understand. That’s why we’ve created Flow-e: a flexible anesthesia machine with a smart workspace that makes work easier.
Visit us at Euroanaesthesia 2019 in Vienna, booth B0301 and discover the new Flow-e.
Getinge lunch symposia
Getinge will also take part in the scientific program of the event by sponsoring two lunch symposia.
Safer planet and safer patients with less costs
Date: Saturday, June 1st, 2019
Time: 12:15 – 13:45
Venue: Strauss 1
Chairman: Helmut Trimmel, Wiener Neustadt, Austria
- MAC brain in relation to patient safety and cost-effectiveness
James Philip, Boston, USA
- Cost-effectiveness by agent savings with low-flow and end-tidal agent controls (AGC)
John Strange, Belfast, United Kingdom
- The environmental footprint of anesthetic agent
Alain Kalmar, Gent, Belgium
Re-thinking Hemodynamic Monitoring
Date: Monday, June 3rd, 2019
Time: 12:15 – 13:45
Venue: Lehar 1
Chairman: Mikhail Kirov, Arkhangelsk, Russia
- The importance of continuous blood pressure measurements
Daniel Reuter, Rostock, Germany
- My experience with non-invasive technologies
Jan Benes, Pilsen, Czech Republic
- Patient safety- what monitoring do we need?
Zsolt Molnar, Szeged, Hungary
Euroanaesthesia SIMLAB 2019
This year again, Getinge will be one of the sponsor of the Euroanaesthesia SIMLAB and will give the opportunity for the SimLab users to experience hands-on session on our equipment.
The attendees will be able to use our Flow-i, Servo-u and PulsioFlex devices in almost real operating room conditions.