12 MAY 2017, FRIDAY

08:00-08:45

REGISTRATION

08:45-09:00

OPENING CEREMONY

Hall A
09.15-10.30 PANEL-1 Hall A
  Moderator: Josef Kesecioğlu  
  Global perspective on critical care structure, process and outcomes

Yaseen Arabi

  Quality control measures in the ICU

Yasser Sakr

 
  How should clinicians respond to requests for potentially inappropriate treatment?

Josef Kesecioglu

  PANEL-2 Hall B
  Moderator: Can Ince  
   The physiological basis for administering fluids

Can Ince

   Saline or balanced crystalloid solutions ?

Eric Hoste

   ScvO2: a physiological transfusion trigger

Zsolt Molnar

10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING STAND AREA

11.00-12.00

LECTURES Hall A
  Moderator: Yasser Sakr    
11.00-11.30 LECTURE 1 - The drug choice for fever control in septic shock

Davide Chiumello

 
11.30-12.00 LECTURE 2 - Hypothermia or Targeted Temperature Management ?

Lara Prisco

11.00-12.00

LECTURES Hall B
  Moderator: Zsolt Molnar    
11.00-11.30 LECTURE 3 - Antibiotics: the earlier the better?

Flavia Machado

 
11.30-12.00 LECTURE 4 -Managing invasive candidiasis in the criticaly ill

Jan de Waele

13.00-14.00 LUNCH BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING STAND AREA
14.00-15.15

PANEL-3 Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA) Meeting

Hall A
Moderator: Konrad Reinhart  
Sepsis: a global threat

Konrad Reinhart

How to improve sepsis mortality in low and middle income countries?

Flavia Machado

Optimising antibiotic therapy in sepsis and septic shock

Jan de Waele

  PANEL-4 Hall B
  Moderator: Eric Hoste    
  Microcirculation basis of acute kidney injury 

Can Ince

 
  Early start of RRT for AKI

Eric Hoste

 
  Cytokine removal in sepsis 

Zsolt Molnar

 
15.15-15.45 COFFEE BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING STAND AREA
15.45-17.00 PANEL-5 Hall A
  Moderator: Raimund Helbok    
  Critical care management of subarachnoid hemorrhage

Raimund Helbok

 
  Severe traumatic brain injury: key issues in the management

Jean-François Payen

 
  Oxygen - is there really any proof that it helps in TBI or stroke?  

Sharon Einav

 
  PANEL-6 Hall B
Moderator: Victor D. Rosenthal
Epidemiology and prevention of HAIs in ICU with limited resources

Victor D. Rosenthal

 
Controlling MDR infections in ICU

George Dimopoulos

 
  Quality improvement of sepsis care

Konrad Reinhart

17.00-17.15 COFFEE BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING STAND AREA
17.15-18.30 PANEL-7 Hall A
  Moderator: Michael R. Pinsky  
  Determinants of cardiac output, basics and practice 

Yasser Sakr

  Predicting cardiorespiratory instability

Michael R. Pinsky

  What is new on the hemodynamic recommendations of the SSC new guidelines?

Flavia Machado

  PANEL-8 Hall B
  Moderator: Michael Hiesmayr    
  How much calories ? How much protein ?

Yaseen Arabi

 
  Understanding ICU acquired muscle weakness and autophagy

Michael Casaer

 
  How to manage the weak patient?

Michael Hiesmayr

 
       

13 MAY 2017, SATURDAY

       
09.00-10.15 PANEL-9 Hall A
  Moderator: Maurizio Cecconi  
  Weaning failure from cardiac origin: how to manage ?

Jean Louis Teboul

  Ultrasonography in the ICU: the right ventricle under pressure

Michael R. Pinsky

  Shock: monitoring and treating: State of the art

Maurizio Cecconi

  PANEL-10 Hall B
  Moderator: George Dimopoulos    
  VAP; Epidemiology and prevention with a worldwide strategy

Victor Rosenthal

 
  PK/PD in ICU: a step forward on infection management

George Dimopoulos

 
  De-escalating antibiotic therapy and antibiotic stewardship in the ICU:  the role of intensivist

Jan de Waele

 
10.15-10.45 COFFEE BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING
10.45-12.00 PANEL-11 Hall A
  Moderator: Giacomo Bellani    
  Spontaneous breathing during mechanical ventilation

Giacomo Bellani

 
  Non-invasive ventilation: keys for success

Jean Michel Arnal

 
  Ventilatory support with the high flow nasal cannula - what we know and what we don't

Sharon Einav

 
  PANEL-12 Hall B
  Moderator: Jean Louis Teboul    
  Physiologic basis for volume responsiveness

Michael R. Pinsky

 
  Is there an optimal blood pressure target in septic shock ?

Jean Louis Teboul

 
  Fluid challenges: from physiology to practical application

Maurizio Cecconi

 
13.00-14.00 LUNCH BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING STAND AREA
14.00-15.15

PANEL-13

Hall A
Moderator: Paolo Pelosi  
Lung protection and recruitment strategies in ARDS

Jean Michel Arnal

Close the lungs and keep them closed to minimize VILI

Paolo Pelosi

Is CT scan always necessary in ARDS patients?

Davide Chiumello

  PANEL-14 Hall B
  Moderator: Jean-François Payen    
  Role of neuromonitoring in neurocritical care patients – an update 

Raimund Helbok

 
  Non-invasive ICP as a valid alternative?

Jean-François Payen

 
  Death by resuscitation: everything that can and will go wrong during   CPR     

Sharon Einav

 

15.15-15.45

COFFEE BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING
15.45-16.45 LECTURES Hall A
  Moderator: Yaseen Arabi    
15.45-16.15 LECTURES 5 - Timing of enteral and parenteral feeding and what to do with the micronutrients? Michael Casaer  
16.15-16.45 LECTURES 6 - Nutrition in critically ill: Case study

Michael Hiesmayr

 
15.45-16.45 LECTURES Hall B
  Moderator: Jean Michel Arnal    
15.45-16.15 LECTURES 7 - Current practice in mechanichal ventilation of ARDS patients

Giacomo Bellani

 
16.15-16.45 LECTURES 8 -Awake ECMO on the move to lung transplantation: maintaining and monitoring of physical condition

Josef Kesecioglu

 

16.45-17.00

COFFEE BREAK & SPONSORS NETWORKING
17.00-18.15 PANEL-15 Hall A
  Moderator: Davide Chiumello  
  The driving pressure and lung stress in ARDS

Davide Chiumello

  COPD exacerbation: management in ICU

Jean Michel Arnal

  VILI in emphysema: ventilation strategies

Paolo Pelosi