38th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Brussels, Belgium March 20 - March 23, 2018
With more than 6,200 expected participants from countries world-wide this meeting is one of the most important ICU related events in the world.
The objectives of this four day symposium are to provide participants with an up-to-date review of the most recent, clinically relevant, developments in research, therapy, and management of the critically ill.
Date: March 20 - March 23, 2018
City: Brussels, Belgium
Venue: Square Brussels Meeting Centre
Booth: 2.20, 2.21, 2.32 -2.35, Hall 2
Getinge at ISICEM 2018
We will showcase our complete range of ICU products and ICU solutions on our 54m² booth.
Learn what is new about our Servo ventilators. We will exhibit Servo-u, Servo-air, Servo-n ventilation systems coupled with a Sokinox device from Air Liquide. For the first time you will have the opportunity to see the new Getinge Servo-u MR.
Getinge lunch symposia
Getinge will also be part of the scientific sessions by sponsoring two lunch symposia at ISICEM 2018 on March 21 and 22 from 12:30 to 13:30.
Key opinion leaders will talk about Lung failure management and Heart-lung interaction & Fluid management.
Management of the failing Lung – Concepts and Evidence
Date: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Time: 12:30 – 13:30
Venue: Silver Hall
Chairman: Alain Combes, Paris, France
- VV-ECMO for ARDS: Are we at a turning point?
Daniel Brodie, New York, USA
- Managing mechanical ventilation during ECMO
Philipp Lepper, Homburg, Germany
- Diaphragm-protective ventilation for improved outcomes in the ICU - the Whys and Hows
Ewan Goligher, Toronto, Canada
Heart-lung interaction and Fluid Management – Pushing boundaries
Date: Thursday, March 22, 2018
Time: 12:30 – 13:30
Venue: 100 Hall
Chairmen: Prof Azriel Perel, Tel-Aviv, Israel and Prof Jean-Louis Teboul, Paris, France
- Fluid responsiveness: Newer tests, wider implementation
Xavier Monnet, Paris, France
- Advanced Monitoring in the OR- Fluid Management and beyond
Javier Belda, Valencia, Spain
- Monitoring De-Resuscitation
Manu Malbrain, Brussels, Belgium
Our critical care ventilators
Easy to use critical care ventilators with tools to help you reduce complications and wean earlier during invasive and non-invasive ventilation; from ICU to intermediate care; and for all patient categories.
Know-how in 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.
Advanced anesthesia for all procedures
The Flow-i anesthesia series brings advanced ventilation performance and safe anesthesia delivery together in one easy to use unit. From neonates to the morbidly obese, patients and staff both benefit from the Flow-i.