9th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation: "SHOCK"


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Thu 11 Dec 2014 9:00am - Fri 12 Dec 2014 4:00pm
Villa Blanka, Innsbruck

SPEAKERS & CHAIRS

Mirjam Bachler | Innsbruck, A
Christa Boer | Amsterdam, NL
Christina Gaarder
Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, A
LM Geeraedts | Amsterdam, NL
Klaus Görlinger | Munich, GER
Petra Innerhofer | Innsbruck, A
Michael Joannidis | Innsbruck, A
Cornelia Lass-Flörl | Innsbruck, A
Markus Luger | Innsbruck, A
Judith Martini | Innsbruck, A
Wen Jun Martini | Fort Sam Houston, USA
Uri Martinowitz | Tel Aviv, ISRAEL
Giuseppe Nardi | Rome, I
Georg Pfanner | Feldkirch, A
Herbert Schöchl | Salzburg, A
Karl Heinz Stadlbauer | Innsbruck, A
Barbara Steinlechner | Vienna, A
Donat Spahn | Zürich, CH
Wolfgang Sturm | Innsbruck, A
Corinna Velik-Salchner | Innsbruck, A
Volker Wenzel | Innsbruck, A
Nathan White | Seattle, USA

    
 

TOPICS

1. “The shocked microcirculation” : Pressure or flow? Where do we go?
2. Resuscitation in haemorrhagic shock : The neverending story ...
3. Players of trauma induced coagulopathy: The good, the bad and the ugly: dilution, consumption, acidosis and …
4. Coagulation management strategies : What is the best practice?
5. Acquired Von-Willebrand Syndrome ... Curiosity or almost always undetected?
6. Interaction infection and coagulation: The acute phase response of the haemostatic system – healthful or detrimental?
7. Thrombosis/Anticoagulation devices ... Between bleeding and thrombosis
      
  

INVITATION
Dear colleagues!

We are very happy to announce the 9th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation! The main focus of this symposium is “Shock”. 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. Further on we want to focus on inflammation and infection as well as on anticoagulation in the criticall ill patient.

We are very happy to welcome you to the 9th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation!

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

AGENDA
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 2014

9:00 – 9:15 am
Introduction
 
9:15 – 10:45 am
The shocked .microcirculation
Pathophysiology, pressure or flow?
Chair: Nathan White

1. Effects of haemorrhagic shock on the microcirculation.
    Judith Martini | Innsbruck, A

2. Critical thresholds in shock.
    Christine Gaarder | Oslo, NO

3. Metabolic derangement of shock.
    Karl Heinz Stadlbauer | Innsbruck, A

10:45 – 11:30 am
Coffee break
 

11:30 – 1:00 pm
Resuscitation in haemorrhagic shock
Chair: Wen Jun Martini

1. Vasopressors in haemorrhagic shock friends or foes.
    Volker Wenzel | Innsbruck, A

2. First choice: crystalloids.
    LM Geeraedts | Amsterdam, NL

3. Is there a rationale for colloids in haemorrhagic shock?
    Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, A
 

1:00 – 2:00 pm
Lunch
 

2:00 – 3:30 pm
Players of trauma induced coagulopathy
Chair: Donat Spahn

1. Dilutional coagulopathy – unavoidable?
    Petra Innerhofer | Innsbruck, A

2. All about fibrinolysis in haemorrhagic shock.
    Christa Boer | Amsterdam, NL

3. Effects of trauma and shock on coagulation.
    Nathan White | Seattle, USA
 

3:30 – 4:00 pm
Coffee break

 
4:00 – 5:30 pm
Evidence of coagulation management strategies
Chair: Uri Martinowitz

1. What is the evidence of plasma based concepts?
    Herbert Schöchl | Salzburg, A

2. Is there an evidence for a targeted therapy?
    Donat Spahn |  Zürich, CH

3. Early coagulation support protocol: The Italian experience. 
    Giuseppe Nardi | Rome, I
 

5:30 – 5:45 pm
Summary and final statement of the day

 
7:00 pm
Dinner at the “Seegrube”

 

AGENDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12th, 2014

9:00 – 10:30 am
Acquired Von-Willebrand Syndrome
Chair: Werner Streif

1. Acquired von-Willebrand syndrome and cardiac assist devices.
    Corinna  Velik-Salchner | Innsbruck, A
2. The role of von-Willebrand factor in massive bleeding.
    Barbara Steinlechner | Vienna, A
 

10:30 – 11:00 am
Coffee break

 
11:00 – 12:30 pm
Interaction infection and coagulation
Chair: Dietmar Fries

1. Mycosis and platelets.
    Cornelia Speth | Innsbruck, A
2. The role of fibrinogen in sepsis – toxic or lifesaving?
    Mirjam Bachler | Innsbruck, A
3. Anything beyond antithrombin and activated protein C?  
    Michael Joannidis | Innsbruck, A
 

12:30 – 1:30 pm
Lunch

 
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Thrombosis/Anticoagulation devices
Chair: Petra Innerhofer

1. NOACs and NOPAIs – the view of the brave cardiologists.
    Wolfgang Sturm | Innsbruck, A
2. NOACs and NOPAIs – the terrified perspective of the anaesthesiologist.
    Georg Pfanner and Markus Luger | Feldkirch/Innsbruck, A
3. Thrombosis prophylaxis following massive bleeding.
    Stefan Hofer | Heidelberg, D
 

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

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