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Brussels, Belgium March 20 - March 23, 2017

Started in 1980, the ISICEM congress has become established as one of the largest in its field, now attracting more than 6,000 participants from countries worldwide.

Event details

Date: March 20 - March 23, 2017
City: Brussels, Belgium
Venue: Square - Brussels Meeting Center
Booth: hall A2, no. 120.1

Contact information

Getinge EMEA

Getinge at ISICEM 2017

This year at ISICEM Getinge will launch their new brand identity. Experience our new booth design charged with our passion for life and discover the new Getinge brand.

The booth will be dedicated to our ICU offering with a special focus on the CARDIOHELP portable heart-lung support system, the SERVO-U ICU ventilator, the Citadel bed and the Sara Combilizer early mobilization device. In order to show the exceptional features of our devices live demonstrations will take place throughout the congress 4 days. Our visitors will also have the possibility to have an extended overview of all our product range through an interactive wall.

A full area of our booth will also be dedicated to our Advanced Monitoring offering: PiCCO, ProAQT, LiMON and CeVOX with the PulsioFlex Monitors will be displayed. For the first time visitors will have the opportunity to discover even more features about the devices with the HoloLens technology.

Getinge lunch symposia

Getinge will also be part of the scientific sessions by sponsoring two lunch symposia.

Key opinion leaders will talk about Mechanical Ventilation and Advanced Hemodynamic Monitoring.

Prevention and treatment of ARDS

Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Time: 12:30 – 13:30
Venue: Silver Hall

Chairman: Pr Alain Mercat, France

  • How to deal today with ARDS patients? Pr Laurent Papazian, Marseille, France
  • Edi monitoring, NAVA and high flow as part of a systematic approach to personalize ventilation and promote earlier rehabilitation. Dr Philip Anthony Hopkins, London UK
  • ARDS: can we influence its evolution? Is the diagnosis important? Pr Antonio Pesenti, Milano, Italy

Fluid overload: The iatrogenic syndrome of the last 20 years

Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017
Time: 12:30 – 13:30
Venue: Silver Hall

Chairs: Azriel Perel Israel, Tel-Aviv, Enrique Fernández-Mondejar, Spain, Granada

  • Fluid overload: Where did we go wrong? Jean-Louis Teboul, France, Paris
  • Fluid management during cardiopulmonary support (ECMO and IABP) Zsolt Molnár, Hungary, Szeged
  • When, why and how should we start de-resuscitation? Mechanical Ventilation: what can still be improved? Manu Malbrain Belgium, Antwerp