E-learning

Webinar on Algorithmic Approach in Septic and Hemorrhagic Shock States

Date: 10th December 2019

Time: 18:00 -19:00 CET 

 

Scientific Faculty


Host

Prof. Cesare Gregoretti

Department of Surgical, Oncological and Oral Science (Di.Chir.On.S.). Section of Anesthesia, Analgesia, Intensive Care and Emergency. Policlinico Paolo Giaccone, University of Palermo,

 

Speakers

Prof. Daniel De Backer

Department of Intensive Care, CHIREC Hospitals, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

 

Prof. Einav Sharon

Intensive Care Unit, Shaare Zedek Medical Centre, Jerusalem, Israel Faculty of Medicine, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

 

Scientific Support

Dr. Andrea Cortegiani

Department of Surgical, Oncological and Oral Science (Di.Chir.On.S.). Section ofAnesthesia, Analgesia, Intensive Care and Emergency. Policlinico Paolo Giaccone, University of Palermo,

 

Aim

Maternal trauma and hemorrhagic shock:

Treatment of maternal shock remains suboptimal as attention is often directed to the fetus rather than the mother. Stabilization of maternal condition is bound to ensure fetal wellbeing in almost all types of hemorrhage other than direct damage to the uterus or the placenta.  The principles of correct workup and management of hemorrhagic shock are pertinent to maternal hemorrhage but there are unique considerations. For example how common is obstatric hemorrhage in maternal trauma? Is bedside ultrasound in search of hemorrhage of any value during pregnancy? What radiology tests are allowed? Blood and blood component ratios are based on military experience with trauma. Are they relevant for pregnant women?  And more…. 

In this webinar we will discuss management of maternal trauma. The systematic approach presented will emphasize similarities and modifications to usual trauma care.    

Septic shock:

Septic shock remains associated with high mortality. The pathophysiology of septic shock is complex and involves diffuse endothelial alterations leading to arterial and venous dilation, vascular permeability, myocardial depression, alterations in the distribution of regional perfusion and microcirculatory alterations.

In this webinar, we will discuss the different options for hemodynamic support of the patient in septic shock.

 

Learning Objectives

This webinar will enable anaesthesiologists to:

 

  • Recognize the importance of early recognizing shock states 

  • Know the risk factors for the development of the different shock states

  • Know how to early recognize where “the patient is going to”

  • Know the importance of following an algorithmic 

  • Know the adverse effect of different therapeutic strategies to prevent the most important complications associated with these shock states

 

Session information

 

This webinar is targeted at anaesthesiologists, intensivists and emergency physicians implicated in the care of patients with trauma, obstetric anesthesia and septic shock.

During this webinar, you will be encouraged to reply to predefined questions , to send your questions by chat and interact with our key specialists, who will provide live feedback.

 

The format includes presentations, live discussions with key specialists who will give you some useful tips for the application algorithmic approach in the different setting and shock states

 

Practical skills to be acquired after attending to this Webinar

 

The user is able to: 

  • Recognize patients at risk of developing a shock state 

  • Know how and what to monitor in shock states

  • Apply algorithmic approaches

  • Recognize major determinants for the patient’s outcome.

 

Affective skills acquired after attending to this Webinar

 

The user is aware of: 

  • Understanding   and recognizing the different shock states (hemorrhagic and septic shock).

  • Understandingthe risk factors for the development of these shock states.

  • Understanding how to best and fast treating the different shock states (hemorrhagic and septic shock) and the importance of active application of an algorithmic approach in the different setting and shock states.

  • Understanding how to prevent the most important complications associated with these shock states to develop strategies for improving the outcome.