8th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation: "Infusion, Transfusion and Coagulation Management in Massive Bleeding"


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Fri 09 Nov 2012 10:00am - Sat 10 Nov 2012 8:00pm
Innsbruck Congress Center





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SPEAKERS & CHAIRS

Karim Brohi | London, UK
Thorsten Drews | Berlin, GER
Hans Christian Fenger Eriksen | Aarhus, DK
Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, A
Klaus Görlinger | Munich, GER
Ole Halfdan | Aarhus, DK
Raimund Helbok | Innsbruck, A
Petra Innerhofer | Innsbruck, A
Matthias Jacobs Jacob | Munich, GER
Sibylle Kozek | Vienna, A
Marc Maeggele | Cologne, GER
Wen Jun Martini | Fort Sam Houston, USA
Uri Martinowitz | Tel Aviv, ISRAEL
Sigune Peiniger | Cologne, GER
Peter Perger | Vienna, A
Anthony Pusateri | Fort Sam Houston, USA
Barbara Steinlechner | Vienna, A
Donat Spahn | Zürich, CH
Simon Stanworth | Oxford, UK
Corinna Velik-Salchner | Innsbruck, A
Günter Weigel | Innsbruck, A

TOPICS

1.  A never ending story:
Volume resuscitation in Haemorhagic shock -
crystalloids, starches, gelatin or nothing?
2. The theragnostic approach:
From pathophysiology to diagnosis and therapy
3.  Emerging strategies in massive bleeding:
Massive transfusion protocols or individual therapy?
4.  What makes the difference:
Coagulation in traumatic brain injury.
5.  The slippery slope:
Coagulation management in patients
with extracorporal devices.
6.  “Les Miserables”:
Massive bleeding and new oral anticoagulants and
platelet inhibitors.
7.  The day after:
Thromboembolism and prophylaxis after major trauma
          
   

INVITATION

Dear colleagues!

We are very happy to announce the 8th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation! The main focus of this symposium is “Infusion, Transfusion and Coagulation”. To provide the latest news in this hot topic, we are very proud to compile a programme with outstanding international key opinion leaders who are going to present current research results and personal experiences to you. A major goal of the Congress is to facilitate basic understanding and focus on new aspects and recent findings in the field of massive bleeding, volume replacement and coagulation. As of high clinical relevance, the appropriate use of crystalloids, colloids, blood products and clotting factor concentrates in massive bleeding will be critically evaluated. In parallel, the Innsbruck Symposium for Emergency Medicine (German language) takes place in the same building. Participants for both congresses (8th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation and Symposium for Emergency Medicine) will be able to register for both Congresses at reduced fees. We are very happy to welcome you to the 8th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation!

On behalf of the organizing committee,
Dietmar Fries, Petra Innerhofer and Corinna Velik-Salchner!

          
   

AGENDA

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 2012

9:00 – 9:15 am
Introduction

9:15 – 10:45 am
The never-ending story –
volume resuscitation in haemorrhagic shock.

Chair: Norbert Mutz and Petra Innerhofer

 1. No volume –“hypovolemic resuscitation”.
     Donat Spahn | Zürich, CH

2. The real volume effects of our infusion preparations.
    Matthias Jacobs Jacob | Munich, GER

3. Colloids in haemorrhagic shock-toxic?
    Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, Austria

10:45 – 11:30 am
Coffee break

11:30 – 12:30 pm
The theragnostic approach
Chair: Uri Martinowitz and Anthony Pusateri

1. The initiation of the clot. How much thrombin do we need?
    Ole Halfdan | Aarhus, DK

2. The stabilization of the clot.
    Wen Jun Martini | Fort Sam Houston, USA

12:30 – 2:00 pm
Lunch

2:00 – 3:30 pm
Emerging strategies in massive bleeding (part 1)
Chair: Simon Stanworth and Klaus Görlinger

1. The concept of 1:1:1.   
    Experience from the US.
    Anthony Pusateri | Fort Sam Houston, USA

2. The concept of 1:1:1.   
    Experience from the UK.
    Karim Brohi | London, UK

3. Target controlled coagulation management?
    Petra Innerhofer | Innsbruck, A

3:30 – 4:00 pm
Coffee break

4:00 – 5:30 pm
Emerging strategies in massive bleeding (part 2)
Chair: Donat Spahn and Dietmar Fries

4. Coagulation management in trauma – did the practice change?
    Sigune Peiniger | Cologne, GER

5. Will my patients really benefit from plasma, platelets, fibrinogen and other pro-coagulant agents?
    Simon Stanworth | Oxford, UK

6. ESA guideline 2012: management of severe perioperative bleeding.
    Klaus Görlinger | Munich, GER

 

5:30 – 5:45 pm
Summary and final statement of the day
Uri Martinowitz | TelAviv, ISRAEL

7:30 pm
Dinner at the “Bergisel Ski Jump”

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 2012

9:00 – 10:30 am
Haemostasis in acute brain injury. What makes the difference?
Chair: Corinna Velik-Salchner and Peter Perger

1. Haemostatic mechanisms in acute brain injury.
    Hans Christian Fenger Eriksen | Aarhus, DK
2. Traumatic brain injury – an update.
    Marc Maeggele | Cologne, GER
3. Intracranial haemorrhage in the light of NOAC and NOPAI.
    Raimund Helbok | Innsbruck, A

10:30 – 11:00 am
Coffee break

11:00 – 12:30 pm
The slippery slope. Coagulation management in patients with extracorporal devices.
Chair: Sibylle Kozek and Dietmar Fries

1. Anticoagulation of ventricular assist devices (VAD) and extracorporal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). What is the   
    evidence – what is the practice?
    Corinna Velik-Salchner | Innsbruck, A
2. The acquired von-Willebrand syndrome in patients on ECMO or VAD.
    Barbara Steinlechner | Vienna, A
3. Coagulation and bleeding management in patients with extracorporal devices.
    Thorsten Drews | Berlin, GER

12:30 – 1:30 pm
Lunch

1:30 – 3:00 pm
“Les miserables” and the day after: Massive bleeding and new oral anticoagulants and
platelet inhibitors
Chair: Petra Innerhofer and Thorsten Drews

1. Diagnostic approaches – what is possible?
    Günter Weigel | Innsbruck, A
2. The NOAC and NOPAI project of the ÖGARI.
    Peter Perger | Vienna, A
3. Thromboembolism and prophylaxis after major trauma.
    Sibylle Kozek | Vienna, A

3:00 – 3:15 pm
Summary and final statement of the day

 

               

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