31st ESICM Annual Congress
Paris, France October 20 - October 24, 2018
More than 5 500 delegates are expected to join ESICM Lives 2018 in Paris to learn the latest findings and scientific lectures prepared by the most renowned key opinion leaders of the field. Since its creation, the congress has grown into one of the most important event of the Intensive Care Medicine field worldwide.
Date: October 20 - October 24, 2018
City: Paris, France
Venue: Palais des Congrès de Paris
Booth: 2.08, main congress hall, next to SimLab
Getinge @ ESICM Lives 2018
Our booth will focus on the Getinge ICU portfolio and show how you can create a clinically robust, cost-effective environment for patients to heal and recover.
Discover our user-friendly mechanical ventilator Servo-u and the Advanced Patient Monitoring offer PiCCO, CeVOX, LiMON and ProAQT together with the PulsioFlex platform. In partnership with CNSystems, we will also display the noninvasive monitoring device CNAP. Additionally we will present our extracorporeal life support system Cardiohelp.
Join the Simulation Centre sessions
Getinge will be one of the limited partners of the ESICM Simulation Centre sponsoring the ECMO workshops. These hands-on workshops will be accessible during the whole congress and offer the opportunity to have live demonstrations of the Maquet Cardiohelp system 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 the features of our portable heart-lung support system.
Clinical recognition and therapeutic options for ARDS
Getinge Clinical Symposium
Getinge will host a clinical symposium during ESICM 2018. Key opinion leaders will talk about Clinical recognition and therapeutic options for ARDS.
Please join our experts in Paris at ESICM-Lives to get an insight on their latest findings.
Date: Tuesday, October 23
Time: 12.30 to 14.00
Location: room Lisbon, level 3
Wolfgang Huber (Munich, Germany) , Carlos Ferrando (Barcelona, Spain)
- How can we easily recognize ARDS?
Wolfgang Huber (Munich, Germany)
- The role of NAVA
Giacomo Bellani (Monza, Italy)
- Lung recruitment maneuvers for ARDS
Ewan Goligher (Toronto, Canada)
- The role of ECMO
Alain Combes (Paris, France)
Expert Opinions from the ICU
Intensive Care Units (ICU) are the locations where the most difficult to treat patients are often staying for days or even weeks. For this critical and costly environment, Getinge always focus on developing user-friendly and reliable solutions that help caregivers to achieve tangible and cost-effective patient outcomes.
Keep your patients safe and comfortable with tools that encourage patient-ventilator synchrony, minimizing the need for sedation, reducing complications and promoting early weaning.
Advanced Patient Monitoring
With the know-how of Advanced Patient Monitoring, we guide you to define the best individual treatment for patients with challenging hemodynamics conditions.
The benefits of Cardiohelp
With the rapidly deployable Cardiohelp system, patients can receive portable, seamless heart-lung support at the bedside or in the field. Mechanical extracorporeal assist allows clinicians to gain valuable time. Quickly connect patients to a hand-held mechanical life support system anytime, anywhere.