20th Annual NATA Symposium Industry-Sponsored Programme

Industry-Sponsored Programme

 

Thursday, April 4, 2019 ‒ Lunchtime

 

Satellite Symposium – Hall BC

Supported by Masimo

NEW HORIZONS IN PATIENT BLOOD MANAGEMENT; NEW INSIGHTS AND NEW CHALLENGES
– “PEARLS OF WISDOM”

Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA

 
12:50-13:10 Blood: too much of a good thing? – Going beyond perioperative transfusion triggers and implementing guidelines. Keeping patients safe in the perioperative period
Aryeh Shander, Englewood, NJ, USA

13:10-13:30 Getting it right first! – Patient blood management (PBM) in surgical patients: the importance of anaemia in patients undergoing surgery
Sigismond Lasocki, Angers, France

13:30-13:50 Iatrogenic haemodilution during fluid administration: do we need to redefine our haemodynamic goals?
Azriel Perel, Tel Aviv, Israel


Sponsored Lecture – Hall A

Supported by Fresenius Kabi

OVERVIEW OF NEW GUIDELINES AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN CELL SALVAGE – AN UPDATE

Patrick Meybohm, Frankfurt, Germany

12:50-13:10 Lecture

13:10-13:20 Discussion


Workshop/Wetlab – Salon 3/4

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from
Haemonetics, Hemosonics and Instrumentation Laboratory


FUNCTIONAL HAEMOSTATIC MONITORING:
A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP FOR BEGINNERS

Thomas Frietsch, Mannheim, Germany
Marco Ranucci, Milan, Italy
Herbert Schöchl, Vienna, Austria

Rotational thromboelastometry
Thomas Frietsch, Marburg, Germany
Klaus Görlinger, Munich, Germany (Instrumentation Laboratory representative)


SEER sonorheometry
Marco Ranucci, Milan, Italy
Todd Allen, Charlottesville, VA, USA (Hemosonics representative)


Thromboelastography
Herbert Schöchl, Vienna, Austria
João Dias, Signy, Switzerland (Haemonetics representative)


Workshop with free pre-registration. Maximum number of participants: 50


Friday, April 5, 2019 ‒ Lunchtime

 

Satellite Symposium – Hall BC

Supported by CSL Behring

GOAL-DIRECTED THERAPY OF BLEEDING

Jens Meier, Linz, Austria

 
12:50-13:15 In emergency patients
Herbert Schöchl, Vienna, Austria

13:15-13:40 In perioperative setting
Daniel Dirkmann, Essen, Germany

13:40-13:50 Discussion


Workshop/Wetlab – Salon 3/4

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from
Haemonetics, Hemosonics and Instrumentation Laboratory


FUNCTIONAL HAEMOSTATIC MONITORING:
A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP FOR ADVANCED USERS

Thomas Frietsch, Mannheim, Germany
Oliver Grottke, Aachen, Germany
Marco Ranucci, Milan, Italy

Rotational thromboelastometry
Thomas Frietsch, Marburg, Germany
Klaus Görlinger, Munich, Germany (Instrumentation Laboratory representative)


SEER sonorheometry
Marco Ranucci, Milan, Italy
Todd Allen, Charlottesville, VA, USA (Hemosonics representative)


Thromboelastography
Oliver Grottke, Aachen, Germany
João Dias, Signy, Switzerland (Haemonetics representative)


Workshop with free pre-registration. Maximum number of participants: 50