The European Anaesthesiology Congress
Geneva, Switzerland Juni 03 - Juni 05, 2017
Getinge is one of three major sponsors of the Euroanaesthesia, Europe’s largest annual anaesthesiology congress. This international event gathers thousands of delegates and exhibitors from over 80 countries. More than 6,000 delegates are expected from all over the world.
Sim Space - high fidelity simulation sessions
For the first time Getinge will be one of the limited partners of the Euroanaesthesia Sim Space. These hands-on workshops will be accessible during the whole congress and offer the opportunity to have live demonstrations of the FLOW-i anesthesia machine under real-time conditions. Delegates will have the opportunities to manage and/or observe these clinical cases with constructive feedback during a debriefing session.
Please join us for this unique occasion and learn more about FLOW-i’s outstanding features.
Live interview with Prof. Dr. Javier García Fernández
Recruitment maneuvers – why and how
Location: Getinge booth
Date: Saturday, June 3rd
Date: Sunday, June 4th
Easy steps to lung recruitment
Restoring and preserving your patients’ health are the main goals of healthcare. This includes trying to avoid potential postoperative complications related to anesthesia, such as atelectasis.
With FLOW-i, you can choose the stepwise automatic or the manual recruitment maneuver. Whichever you choose, the lung recruitment function is designed with safety and ease-of-use in mind.
We invite you to our booth at Euroanaesthesia to get an impression how FLOW-i’s lung recruitment function can make a difference for you and your patients.
Better intraoperative cardiorespiratory monitoring: Why and how?
Date: Saturday, June 3rd 2017
Time: 12:15 to 13:45
Venue: Room V
Chair: Mikhail Kirov (Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation), Javier García Fernández (Madrid, Spain)
- Performing a recruitment maneuver during general anesthesia: Why and how?, Carlos Ferrando (Valencia, Spain)
- Assessing fluid responsiveness during mechanical ventilation with low tidal volume: Why and how?, Xavier Monnet (Paris, France)
- More advanced hemodynamic monitoring of high-risk surgical patients: Why and how?, Francisco Javier Belda (Valencia, Spain)