IFAD GOES BRAZIL !!!
May 29 - June 1, 2019 @ Congress Centre "Royal Palm Hall", Campinas, Brazil
We are very pleased to announce the 8th International Fluid Academy Day, which will take place on May 29th 2019 at Royal Palm Hall in Campinas, Brazil. In conjunction with 4 other major societies. The aim of this eight edition is again to review recent advances in fluid management, and hemodynamic and organ function monitoring in the critical care setting in a comprehensive manner for intensivists, anaesthesiologists and emergency physicians as well as interested internists and surgeons. However the meeting will deal with any broad topic related to critical care. As always it is also a great way to promote professional interaction between faculty members, participants and delegates of the industry. On May 30 - June 1 several other meetings will be organised, like the 9th WCACS, World Congress on Abdominal Compartment (Faculty: Bruno Pereira, Andy Kirkpatrick, Jan De Waele, Manu Malbrain,...). There will be one single entrance fee allowing admission to ALL events during the 3 days of the meeting.
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How can technology help?
Fluid overload and the lungs
How a little girl saved the world
The sodium conundrum
The use of blood purification systems in sepsis
What would these experts do?
AND a commentary by @concernecus
@concernecus summarises the 'Too much fluid?' session at #IFAD2017
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Right heart failure
Highlighting the trials sponsored by the International Fluid Academy...
Sepsis 3.0 Was it worth the wait?
Less is more: what is the best frequency of routine investigations?
Avoiding Massive Transfusion
60 years on from Shires and Moore’s plea for ‘Moderation’: Culture eats evidence for breakfast
The #IFAD2017 Social Media Report is out. Find out more and download the 82 page report
Pros and Cons of Diuresis
Pros and Cons of S(c)vO2
Pros and Cons of endtidal CO2
Pros and Cons of Lactate
Three great talks on the topics of over transfusion, oedema and the furosemide challenge. Blog post written by Matt Rowland (@matthewjrowland).
A perioperative guide - a blog by @iamyourgasman
ECMO musings by @Concernecus (Brandan Riordan)