In collaboration with the Intensive Care Society (ICS), this webinar will give you an overview of the UK's current situation, with testimonials from local experts on the impact for hospitals and ICUs in particular.
This webinar aims to provide information about telemedicine in high acuity settings, increase understanding of its implications in the intensive care setting. This webinar is sponsored by Philips
This webinar will help guide physicians to manage atrial fibrillation in critical care settings; present newly-published guidelines; new data and experiences from real-life settings. This webinar is sponsored by Amomed.
The aim of this webinar is to explore the incidence, features and potential therapeutic strategies of COVID-19 patients experiencing neurological complications.
This webinar provides guidance and tools for antimicrobial therapy and stewardship of COVID-19 patients, prevention and treatment, management of pneumonia, best practices and current guidelines.
This webinar brings together leading experts to discuss the delivery and monitoring of oxygen for chronic hypercapnic COPD patients and how to ensure that the brain and vital organs are well oxygenated.
This hour-long webinar is our way of keeping you informed about the many recent action points and important steps that the Society is taking in Europe to make our speciality more visible and better known.
The three ‘R’s: Rehabilitate, Recover, Reflect
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Expert discussion of management of COVID-19 AKI patients and resources, followed by Q&A
85% of the world’s population live in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMIC). ALIVE, the ESICM Fund, was established in 2017 to support patient care across the globe and transfer knowledge, education and training to improve conditions and outcomes for critically ill patients in LMIC.
this webinar will report why and how doing critical care echocardiography in patients admitted in the ICU for COVID 19. It will report some key informations about the hemodynamic profile and the echo findings in such patients.
This is the eighth in a series of webinars organised by the COVID-19 Clinical Management Support System – an initiative of the European Commission DG SANTE to support clinicians and other health care professionals at the frontline of the care of COVID-19
Intensivists are under pressure to manage critically ill COVID-19 patients with insufficient resources. Adapting ICU triage to a more utilitarian one has been challenging. This will be discussed from the perspectives of patients, relatives and clinicians
This webinar will cover all aspects of nutrition management of COVID-19 patients, including the detection of high-risk patients, personalised nutrition and how to adapt nutrition therapy, followed by Q&A. This webinar is sponsored by Nestle Health Science
The need for more information and guidance about the pandemic and treatment of critically ill COVID-19 patients has led the Society to provide a second webinar.
Discussing the new updates mentioned in the Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Guidelines on the Management of Critically Ill Adults. This webinar is sponsored by Amomed
This webinar will focus on the anti-infective management of patients with COVID-19, with presentations and discussions on antiviral strategies, bacterial infection and the use of antibiotics.
Brain Function Monitoring in COVID-19 patients to optimise sedation and improve patient outcome. This webinar is sponsored by Masimo.
This webinar offers expert opinion and discussion of all aspects of sedation management. This webinar is sponsored by Aspen.
A presentation by the Chair of the ESICM Metabolism, Endocrinology & Nutrition (MEN) Section on a simplified way to feed critically ill COVID-19 patients – both intubated and non-intubated - to provide the best metabolic support.
Four experts will discuss current WHO COVID-19 treatment guidelines and explore the patient benefits of advanced haemodynamic monitoring. This webinar is sponsored by Edwards
Presentation and discussion with 3 leading experts in Acute Kidney Injury and Renal Replacement Therapy. They will be sharing their recent experience and observations of cases of AKI in COVID-19 patients
This week's COVID-19 webinar brings together two experts in respiratory failure, advanced mechanical ventilation, non-invasive lung imaging and monitoring, who will discuss how best to ventilate COVID-19 patients.
In order to strengthen the efforts of our international community and network of intensive care professionals in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, ESICM will be holding a live, international COVID-19 Marathon Webinar.
For this third webinar, Prof. Antonio PESENTI and Prof. Massimo ANTONELLI, two experienced scientists, will present latest data and discuss the national strategy in Italy for dealing with COVID-19.
Prof. Yaseen ARABI and Dr. Lennie DERDE, two experts in respiratory syndrome, infectious threats and the treatment of severe infections presented the latest information on COVID-19.