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1st WORLD SEPSIS CONGRESS

Challenges and Opportunities in the Fight Against Sepsis

To be held completely online from September 8th to 9th, 2016

Information & Registration:

worldsepsiscongress.org

#wsc16
Program Chairs: S. Finfer, K. Reinhart

Program

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请注意,表格中的时间为UTC,北京时间在此基础上增加8小时

 

S6: Evidence Based Sepsis Therapy

Friday, Sept 9th at 15.00 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: M. Ziegenfuss, Australia

15.00 h

(Beijing)

The Challenges of Antimicrobial Resistance

T. Welte, Germany

15.15 h

(Beijing)

Antifungal Therapy

T. Calandra, Switzerland

15.30 h

(Beijing)

Fluid Resuscitation – Type of Fluids

S. Finfer, Australia

15.45 h

(Beijing)

Fluid Resuscitation – Wet or Dry

A. Perner, Denmark

16.00 h

(Beijing)

Cardio-Circulatory Support

D. de Backer, Belgium

16.15 h

(Beijing)

Therapy of Respiratory Failure

L. Gattinoni, Italy

16.30 h

(Beijing)

Prevention and Therapy of Renal Failure

D. Payen, France

Till 17.30 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

S7: Patient Safety and Quality Improvement II

Friday, Sept 9th at 17.30 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: G. Tulli, Italy

17.30 h

(Beijing)

"Sepsis Kills": Early Intervention Saves Lives

H. Lander, Australia

17.45 h

(Beijing)

The Scottish Approach to Reduce Sepsis Deaths

K. Rooney, Scotland

18.00 h

(Beijing)

The Role of Human Factors in Fighting Against Sepsis

G. Toccafondi, Italy

18.15 h

(Beijing)

The Irish Approach to Reduce Sepsis Deaths

V. Hamilton, Ireland

18.30 h

(Beijing)

Barriers to Change – Lessons Learned in Germany

D. Schwarzkopf, Germany

Till 19.15 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

 

S8: The Challenges of Sepsis Management in Low and Middle Income Settings

Friday, Sept 9th at 19.15 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: S. Bhagwanjee, United States

19.15 h

(Beijing)

The Challenges of Sepsis Management in Africa

K. Maitland, Kenya

19.30 h

(Beijing)

The Challenges of Sepsis Management in Latin America

F. Machado, Brazil

19.45 h

(Beijing)

The Challenges of Sepsis Management in China

B. Du, China

20.00 h

(Beijing)

The Challenges of Sepsis Management in India

P. Amin, India

20.15 h

(Beijing)

Barriers to Change in Resource Poor Settings

A. Argent, South Africa

Till 21.00 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

S9: Pathogen Detection and Sepsis Markers I

Friday, Sept 9th at 21.00 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: H. Gerlach, Germany

21.00 h

(Beijing)

Molecular Biomarkers to Guide Sepsis Therapy

T. van der Poll, Netherlands

21.15 h

(Beijing)

The Role of Biomarkers in Antibiotic Stewardship

B. Müller, Switzerland

21.30 h

(Beijing)

Can Sepsis Biomarkers Contribute to Improved Patient Outome?

D. de Lange, Netherlands

21.45 h

(Beijing)

The Potential of Lactate in Sepsis Management

M. Singer, United Kingdom

22.00 h

(Beijing)

How Molecular Diagnostics Will Change the Management of Sepsis

J.-P. Mira, France

Till 22.45 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

S10: Pathogen Detection and Sepsis Markers II

Friday, Sept 9th at 22.45 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: E. Giamarellos, Greece

22.45 h

(Beijing)

Keynote: The Importance of Diagnostic Microbiology

J. Cohen, United Kingdom

23.00 h

(Beijing)

Why Antibiotic Stewardship is Key

S. Opal, United States

23.15 h

(Beijing)

Novel Approaches to Pathogen Detection

M. Bauer, Germany

23.30 h

(Beijing)

Novel Approaches to Diagnose Fungal Sepsis

O. Kurzai, Germany

23.45 h

(Beijing)

Novel Biomarkers

P. Caironi, Italy

Till Sept 10th

00.30 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

S11: Patient Safety and Quality Improvement III

Saturday, Sept 10th at 00.30 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: K. Rooney, Scotland

00.30 h

(Beijing)

The Turkish Approach to Sepsis Awareness & Education

N. Unal, Turkey

00.45 h

(Beijing)

Lessons to be Learned from the Success to Reduce Sepsis Deaths in Spain

A. Artigas, Spain

01.00 h

(Beijing)

A Health Care Provider’s Success to Reduce Sepsis Deaths

M. Doerfler, United States

01.15 h

(Beijing)

The Potential of Rapid Response Teams to Reduce Sepsis Deaths

E. Williams, United States

01.30 h

(Beijing)

The WHO Approach to Sepsis Education in Resource Limited Settings

J. Diaz, United States

01.45 h

(Beijing)

The Approach of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

T. Frieden, CDC, United States

Till 02.15 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

S12: Challenges in the Management of Pandemics

Saturday, Sept 10th at 02.15 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: N. Shindo, WHO

02.15 h

(Beijing)

Keynote: Lessons Learned from the 1918 Spanish Influenza

D. Morens, NIH, United States

02.30 h

(Beijing)

Lessons to be Learned from the H1N1 Influenza Pandemic

R. Fowler, Canada

02.45 h

(Beijing)

Lessons to be Learned from Ebola by the WHO

E. Kelley, WHO

03.00 h

(Beijing)

Lessons to be Learned from Ebola by MSF

T. Stöbe, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

03.15 h

(Beijing)

The Clinical & Epidemiological Barriers to Research in Africa

N. Lufesi, Malawi

03.30 h

(Beijing)

The Role of Preparedness and International Collaboration

J. Marshall, Canada

Till 04.20 h

(Beijing)

Discussion

 

S13: Epidemiology and Long-Term Consequences of Sepsis

Saturday, Sept 10th at 04.20 h (Beijing Time)

Chair: F. Machado, Brazil

04.20 h

(Beijing)

Keynote: Epidemiology of Sepsis

D. Angus, United States

04.35 h

(Beijing)

The Burden of Sepsis in Children

N. Kissoon, Canada

04.50 h

(Beijing)

The Threat Sepsis Poses to Maternal and Newborn Health

Z. Bhutta, Canada

05.05 h

(Beijing)

Functional Disability after Sepsis

T. Iwashyna, United States

05.20 h

(Beijing)

Prevention of Post Sepsis Sequelae

W. Ely, United States

05.35 h

(Beijing)

Prevention and Treatment of ICU Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorders

A. Parker, United States

Till 06.05 h

(Beijing)

Discussion
   

Closing Remarks: Niranjan Kissoon, Canada

 

 

 

 

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  1. lengdao1973 : 2016年09月03日15:04:19  -49楼

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