Industry-Sponsored Sessions

Monday 10 Sept. – 12:55 to 13:55

 

Is it possible to safely rule-out myocardial infarction within 15 minutes of a single blood-draw on arrival at the ED? The state-of-the-art appraisal of point of care troponin tests and a glimpse of the future.

Martin P. Than, (New Zealand)

Room Boisdale

NOAC reversal: A new landscape of reduced risk
Topic: Antithrombotic therapy and reversal agents

  1. NOACs: the current landscape
    John Camm (UK)
  2. Management of patients on NOACs: trauma experiences
    Rafik Yassa, UK
  3. Examining NOAC reversal agents
    Deepa Arachchillage (UK)
  4. NOAC reversal made universal: new developments and practical applications
    Ander Cohe (UK)

Room Forth

Tuesday 11 Sept. – 12:55 to 13:55

 

Optiflow™ Nasal High Flow Across the care continuum

  1. Evaluate the emerging and clinically significant applications for NHF therapy in the Emergency Department setting.
    Phillip O’Connor (UK)
  2. Review the current evidence for Nasal High Flow (NHF) therapy, including its mechanisms of action.
    John Fraser (Australia)

Room Forth

Transforming Pain Management in Emergency Settings – Penthrox (methoxyflurane), the Missing Link?

  1. Welcome and introduction
    Karim Tazarourte (France)
  2. Time for Fast, Effective Analgesia.
    Frédéric Lapostolle (France)
  3. Inhaled Methoxyflurane: A New Standard of Care?
    Alberto Borobia (Spain), Sergio Garcia (Spain)
  4. Value of Inhaled Methoxyflurane in Clinical Practice.
    Mark Forrest (UK)
  5. Summary
    Karim Tazarourte (France)

Room Carron

The clinical utility of high sensitive troponin in the acute setting

Session Chair: Rick Body (UK)

  1. The benefits of accelerated algorithms of high sensitive troponin.
    Raphael Twerenbold (Switzerland)
  2. The clinical value of high sensitive troponin in the emergency department in the UK.
    Edward Carlton (UK)
  3. Getting the international perspective – the first high sensitive troponin test in the US
    Frank Peacock (US)

Room Gala

“Boussignac CPAP: What else?”

  1. CPAP, background & physiology.
    Patrick Plaisance (France)
  2. CPAP, clinical feedbacks.
    Marc Gillis (Belgium)
  3. The take home message.
    Nicolas Peschanski (France)

Room Boisdale

Hands-On - Exhibition (Hall 5)

This year, EUSEM gives congress delegates the opportunity to attend 30-minute hands-on sessions in the exhibition hall, where sponsors will showcase their products and/or devices. Two sponsors will share this area at the same time and only a few delegates will have the chance to get first-hand experience during these demonstrations. Capacities will be limited for each session, so it is advised to book in advance.

Sunday 09 Sept

14:30 PERSYS MEDICAL INTERSURGICAL

Monday 10 Sept

10:40 GE HEALTHCARE SMITH & NEPHEW
12:45 FUJIFILM SONOSITE
HUMASIS
13:30 MEDUSIMS NOVA BIOMEDICAL
15:40 VYGON THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC

Tuesday 11 Sept

10:40 ABBOTT 3B SCIENTIFIC
12:45 VIROGATES CREAVO
13:30 TERASON METRICAID
15:40 VBM KARL STORZ

Wednesday 12 Sept

10:40  ESSITY-BSN MEDICAL
PREVOR




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