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All Days Day 1 August 29 (Sat) Day 2 August 30 (Sun) Day 3 August 31 (Mon) Day 4 Sept 1 (Tue)

All Session Official & Social Program Plenary Session Section Plenary Symposium Nursing Session (WFCCN) Pediatric Session (WFPICCS) Step-up Session Meet the Expert Workshop Oral Presentation Luncheon Symposium

All Venue RM01 RM02 RM03 RM04 RM05 RM06 RM07 RM08 RM09 RM10 RM11 RM12 RM13 RM14 Others

• Official & Social Program : Opening Ceremony
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 08:00-08:40 Venue RM01
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• Official & Social Program : Exhibition Opening Ceremony
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 13:30-14:30 Venue Exhibition Hall (Hall D)
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• Official & Social Program : Welcome Reception
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 18:00-20:00 Venue Auditorium Lobby
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• Plenary Session01 : Critical Care Medicine: Current and Future Challenges
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 08:40-09:30 Venue RM01
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• Pediatric Session(WFPICCS)01 : Current Status of Pediatric Intensive Care in Asia and Korea
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:30-12:10 Venue RM11
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• Nursing Session(WFCCN)01 : Global Leadership
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM02
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A Global View of Critical Care: Practice, Policy, and Politics
Gerald WILLIAMS
(World Federation of Critical Care Nurses, , Founding President, Australia)


The Future of Critical Care Nursing: Practice Advancing Global Critical Care Nursing
Ruth KLEINPELL
(Rush University College of Nursing, Center for Clinical Research and Scholarship, Director, United States)


Experiences of Inter-Professional Learning in a Clinical Setting on the ICU in Stockholm
Eva BARKESTAD
(Danderyds Hospital, Anesthesia and Intensive Care Department, Head of Education, Sweden)


• Oral Presentation01 : Administration/Critial Organization
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM06
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IMPACT OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRACHEOSTOMY CARE TEAM ON TRACHESTOMY CARE IN THE GENERAL WARDS
Agnes HUANG
(Changi General Hospital, , , Singapore)
AUTOMATIC ROBOTIC SYSTEM OF DIAGNOSING AND TREATMENT IN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
Rozaliia SOLODOVA
(Lomonosov Moscow State University, , , Russian Federation)


LEVEL OF RESOLUTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CRITICAL PATIENTS IN THE ULDARICO ROCCA FERNANDEZ LEVEL I HOSPITAL, LIMA - PERU
Juan Carlos ALVA PINTO
(, , , Peru)


REDUCING TIME FROM ACCEPTANCE TO INTENSIVE CARE UNIT ARRIVAL
Donna K BERNER
(The University Of Texas Md Anderson Cancer Center, , , United States)


CHANGE IN THE AGE DISTRIBUTION OF PATIENTS ADMITTED TO INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OVER THE LAST DECADE AND ITS EFFECT ON CLINICAL OUTCOME
Jeong Uk LIM
( , , ,  )


• Symposium01 : State-of-the-Art in ARDS
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM01
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• Luncheon Symposium01 : Closing the Loop in Ventilation (Covidien)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 12:30-13:30 Venue RM02
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• Workshop01 : Adult Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Life Support: Basic step for ECPR
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:00-18:00 Venue RM14
Course coordinator/Instructor Su Jin KIM, Jae Seung JUNG, Sung Woo Lee, Yang hyun cho, Hyung Goo Kang, Wook jin Choi, Hyun Soo Chung
Capacity 24 persons
Detailed Program 14:00-14:10 (10min): Introduction
Introduction of the Program and Instructors
What is necessary for ECPR?

14:10-14:40 (30min): The Evidence of ECPR?
Understanding ECMO Circuit and management 

14:45-14:50 (5min): Simulation Orientation

14:50-17:50 (180min): Simulation 
Course 1. ECMO Devices
Course 2. Sono-guided Cannulation & Confirmation
Course 3. Why Doesn’t It Show Improvement?
Course 4. Do or Don’t? What Do I Have to Do?

17:50-18:00 (10min): Wrap up and Take Home Message

Target learner: Any department physicians,  Healthcare providers in Critical care 

Goal and objectives: This course is the basic step for  multidisciplinary professionals, to be involved in  
ECPR (Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation). After course,the participants can make decision of team 
activation, implementation & maintenance of ECPR. They also can understand extracorporeal membrane 
oxygenation device and ECPR as an alternative resuscitative methods in the extension of Advanced cardiac 
life support and post- cardiac arrest care. Moreover, the bedside ultrasound guided cannulation in emergent 
situations, and the non-technical skill for successful ECLS will be practiced.
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• Plenary Session02 : The Provision of Critical Care Medicine: Where Should We Begin to Address Current Global Disparities?
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 09:30-10:20 Venue RM01
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The Provision of Critical Care Medicine: Where Should We Begin to Address Current Global Disparities?
J. Christopher FARMER
(Mayo Clinic, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Intensivist, United States)


• Luncheon Symposium02 : Hemodynamic Monitoring in 2015: Why and How? (Edwards)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 12:30-13:30 Venue RM04
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Hemodynamic Monitoring from OR to SICU – Impact on Surgical Outcomes
Andrew RHODES
(St Georges Hospital, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Clinical Director, United Kingdom)


Using Transpulmonary Thermodilution in Septic Shock and ARDS Patients
Frederic MICHARD
(Edwards Lifesciences, Global Medical Strategy, Vice President, )


• Nursing Session(WFCCN)02 : Rehabilitation
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM04
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• Oral Presentation02 : Nursing: To the Future (1)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM06
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THE OUTCOMES OF DELIRIUM PREVENTION NURSING INTERVENTION IN SURGICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
Danbi PARK
( , , ,  )


PREDICTIVE VALUE OF THE BISPECTRAL INDEX FOR BURST SUPPRESSION ON DIAGNOSTIC ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM DURING DRUG-INDUCED COMA.
Richard B ARBOUR
( , , ,  )


ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND WORKPLACE BULLYING IN NURSES
Jiyeon KANG
( , , ,  )


METHODS FOR GLYCAEMIC CONTROL IMPLEMENTED IN NHS INTENSIVE CARE UNITS IN THE UK: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN SEVEN HOSPITALS
Rocio FERNANDEZ MENDEZ
( , , ,  )


• Symposium02 : Grasping Newer Insights in ARDS
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM01
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• Pediatric Session(WFPICCS)02 : Pulmonary Care Including Mechanical Ventilation
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-16:10 Venue RM11
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• Workshop02 : ICU Monitoring Suite: Clinical decision support for critical care (Sepsis protocol and alarm management)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-17:30 Venue RM13
Course coordinator/Instructor Drik HUESKE-KRAUS, Denise BRADLEY
Capacity 60 persons
Detailed Program 14:30-14:50 (20min): Welcome reception

14:50-15:30 (40min): Lecture
Early detection of clinical changes utilizing visualized clinical decision support tool in integrated ICU monitoring solution

15:30-15:40 (10min): Q&A

15:40-16:00 (20min): Clinical Session 1.Early detection of sepsis
Protocol Watch Sepsis, customizable to your protocol

16:000-16:20 (20min) Clinical Session 2. Alarm management
Clinical turning data into actionable information

16:20-16:30 (10min): Q&A

16:30-17:30 (60min): Clinical Decision Support monitoring hands-on session
(* Customized hands-on session by participants' clinical specialities)

16:30-17:30 (60min): Farewell
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• Luncheon Symposium03 : How to Manage Severe MRSA Nosocomial Pneumonia Infections in ICU Setting (Pfizer)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 12:30-13:30 Venue RM05
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Gee Young SUH
(Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine,  Department of Critical Care Medicine, Professor, Republic of Korea)

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• Nursing Session(WFCCN)03 : New Trends in Critical Care Nursing
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM04
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• Oral Presentation03 : Nursing: To the Future (2)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM06
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANSITIONAL CARE PROGRAM AND ITS EFFECT ON PATIENTS DISCHARGED FROM THE INTENSIVE CARE UNITS
Soo Hyun CHO
( , , ,  )


THE ROLE OF CVCS MANAGERS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF REDUCTION CLABSI IN SURGICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT.
Sungdae SHIN
( , , ,  )
SELF-DESCRIBED NURSING ROLES EXPERIENCED DURING CARE OF DYING PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY.
Richard B ARBOUR
( , , ,  )


• Symposium03 : Slow but Significant Switchovers in ARDS
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM01
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• Pediatric Session(WFPICCS)03 : Cardiac Critical Care
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-18:00 Venue RM11
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• Symposium04 : ICU Rehabilitation: Current Issues
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM04
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• Nursing Session(WFCCN)04 : Cardiology Care
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM03
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Hemodynamic Monitoring - Basic Management of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome within the ICU
Youngae KANG
(Asan Medical Center, Cardiovascular Surgery ICU, CNS, Republic of Korea)
Hemodynamic Profile Analysis: a Systematic Approach
Sandra GOLDSWORTHY
(University of Calgary, Faculty of Nursing, Associate Professor, Canada)


Nursing Care for Arrhythmia Patient in ICU
Minyoung HAN
(Severance Cardiovascular Hospital, Division of nursing (HICU), Assistant manager, Republic of Korea)


• Oral Presentation04 : Trauma
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM07
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A CLINICAL STUDY OF PREDICTIVE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH BLEEDING CONTROL IN MULTIPLE TRAUMA PATIENTS WITH MASSIVE BLEEDING
Jeong-Sun Lee
( , , ,  )


LONG TERM OUTCOME FOLLOWING DECOMPRESSIVE CRANIECTOMY FOR SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Stephen HONEYBUL
( , , ,  )


FEASIBILITY OF FULLY AUTOMATED CLOSED-LOOP VENTILATION (INTELLIVENT-ASV) FOR PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES IN THE ICU.
Hayaki UCHINO
( , , ,  )


CLINICAL REVIEW OF VENTILATOR-ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA (VAP) IN POLYTRAUMA PATIENTS
Min Ae KEUM
( , , ,  )


EARLY FEEDS NOT FORCE FEEDS: ENTERAL NUTRITION IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Bellal JOSEPH
( , , ,  )


• Luncheon Symposium04 : Renal Recovery & Survival in CRRT & Fluid Management in CRRT
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 12:30-13:30 Venue RM11
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Heungsoo KIM
(Ajou University School of Medicine,  Department of Nephrology, , Republic of Korea)

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• Nursing Session(WFCCN)05 : Respiratory Care
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM05
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• Symposium05 : Pathophysiology of Hemodynamic Derangement
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM02
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• Oral Presentation05 : Epidemiology/Outcomes/Quality of Life
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM07
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DEVELOPMENT OF SEPSIS RATES AND COSTS IN GERMAN HOSPITALS
Christiane S HARTOG
( , , ,  )


INTENSIVE CARE UNIT MORTALITY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: THE MODIFIED SEQUENTIAL ORGAN FUNCTION ASSESSMENT SCORE
Cornelius SENDAGIRE
( , , ,  )


CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES OF CRITICALLY ILL CANCER PATIENTS ADMITTED TO KOREAN INTENSIVE UNITS: MULTICENTER STUDY
Tae Sun HA
( , , ,  )


RISK FACTORS OF ICU READMISSION WITHIN 48HRS IN THE CRITICALLY ILL CANCER PATIENTS
Dae-Sang LEE
( , , ,  )


• Nursing Session(WFCCN)06 : Neurology Care
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM05
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• Symposium06 : Techniques for Hemodynamic Monitoring
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM02
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• Oral Presentation06 : Ethics and End of Life
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM07
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CONSENT FOR LIFE SAVING DECOMPRESSIVE CRANIECTOMY: AN OBJECTIVE MODEL
Stephen HONEYBUL
( , , ,  )


REVISITING THE FUTILITY DEBATE IN NEUROCRITICAL CARE
Stephen HONEYBUL
( , , ,  )


ELDERLY MORTALITY IN PORTUGUESE ICU- AN 11 YEARS SURVEY
A. Maia GONCALVES
(, , , )


INTER-FIELD AGREEMENT AMONG INTENSIVE CARE UNITS MEDICAL DIRECTORS AND CLINICAL ETHICS CONSULTANTS CONCERNING END-OF-LIFE DECISION MAKING IN TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER
Joseph NATES
(University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Department of Critical Care, Professor, Deputy Chair, Medical Director ICUs, U.S.A)


LIMITATION OF THE THERAPEUTIC EFFORT IN ICU: ATTITUDE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM ABOUT NUTRITION AND HYDRATATION
Margarita A TORRES BODEN
( , , ,  )
ANALYSIS OF THE CARING RESEARCH IN THE MOUTH CARE
Takuro ARISHIMA
( , , ,  )


• Symposium07 : Controversies in the Control of Pain, Anxiety, and Delirium in the ICU
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM05
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• Oral Presentation07 : Emergency Medicine
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:10 Venue RM09
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ASSOCIATION OF EARLY EMERGENCY CALLS BEFORE PATIENT COLLAPSE WITH SURVIVAL FROM OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARRESTS
Hideo INABA
( , , ,  )


COMPONENT ANALYSES FOR EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPRESSIONS AND VENTILATIONS IN BYSTANDER CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
Hideo INABA
( , , ,  )


JPN GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE ABDOMEN 2015
Toshihiko MAYUMI
( , , ,  )


REVISED JPN GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS: JPN GUIDELINES 2015
Toshihiko MAYUMI
( , , ,  )


PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF HYPOVENTILATION INDEX ADJUSTING FOR THE SEVERITY OF METABOLIC ACIDOSIS
Young-Sang KO
( , , ,  )


• Symposium08 : Iatrogenecity in ICU (WFSICCM-WFCCN Joint Symposium)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM03
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• Oral Presentation08 : Basic Science (1)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM09
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METHYLENE BLUE HAS A BENEFICIAL EFFECT TO PROLONGED CARDIAC ARREST IN RAT MODEL
Ji Eun  HWANG
( , , ,  )
ULINASTATIN PROTECT THE HYPOTHALAMUS-PITUITARY- ADRENAL AXIS IN SEPTIC RATS VIA DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSIONS OF NNOS AND INOS IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS
Zhang YU XIANG
(, , , )
THE EFFECTS OF PYRIDOXAL 5-PHOSPHATE (PLP) PRETREATMENT IN CECAL LIGATION AND PUNCTURE INDUCED SEPSIS IN MICE
Jong Taek PARK
( , , ,  )
ACUTE RENAL DENERVATION DOES NOT AMELIORATE RENAL FUNCTION IN AN OVINE MODEL OF SEPTIC SHOCK
Emiel H POST
(, , , )


BLOCKAGE OF ARGININE VASOPRESSIN RECEPTOR 2 PREVENTS VASCULAR LEAKAGE AND REDUCES INCREASE IN PULMONARY VASCULAR RESISTANCE IN OVINE SEPSIS
Perenlei ENKHBAATAR
(, , , )


EFFECTS OF LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE ON RBC ALTERATION IN MICE ENDOTOXEMIC MODEL
Seol-Ju PARK
( , , ,  )


• Oral Presentation09 : Basic Science (2)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:40 Venue RM09
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DIFFERENCES IN EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN SFTPB VARIANT DETERMINE SUSCEPTIBILITY TO STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTION IN LUNG
Jiao LIU
( , , ,  )


NIACIN AND SELENIUM ATTENUATES SEPSIS-INDUCED LUNG INJURY BY UP-REGULATING NRF2 SIGNALING
Woon Yong KWON
( , , ,  )


MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN A MICE MODEL OF SEVERE PNEUMOCOCCAL PNEUMONIA
Luis Felipe REYES
( , , ,  )


EP2 GENE-MODIFIED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS ENHANCE MIGRATION TO INJURED LUNG TISSUE AND FURTHER ATTENUATE LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE-INDUCED LUNG INJURY IN MICE
Jibin HAN
(, , , )
EFFECTS OF LOW TIDAL VOLUME VENTILATION IN A MURINE MODEL OF VENTILATOR-INDUCED DIAPHRAGMATIC DYSFUNCTION
Hwa Jin CHO
( , , ,  )


EARLY WARNING OF MEMBRANE THICKNESS INCREASE THROUGH DIFFUSING CAPACITY FOR CARBON MONOXIDE
Min-Yeong KANG
( , , ,  )


• Symposium09 : Common Problems in ICU
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-18:00 Venue RM03
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• Symposium10 : Ethics (1): Decision-Making: Autonomy (Panel Discussion)
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-12:30 Venue RM08
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• Symposium11 : Collaboration for Sepsis
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:50 Venue RM08
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• Symposium12 : Emerging New Interpretations of Death by Neurologic Criteria
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-18:00 Venue RM08
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What is Death by Neurological Criteria, and What It Is Not?
Michel TORBEY
(, , , )


Changing Interpretations of Death by Neurologic Criteria: The Mcmath Case
David CRIPPEN
(University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Professor, United States)


Toward a New Paradigm in Death: Consciousness
Michel TORBEY
(, , , )


Must Death by Neurologic Criteria Be Irreversible?
David CRIPPEN
(University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Professor, United States)


• Symposium13 : First Things First: Initial Management for Poisoned Patients
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:50-11:50 Venue RM10
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• Symposium14 : Pro/Con Debates: Who Should Hold the Last Word?
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-15:30 Venue RM10
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• Symposium15 : Airway
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 10:30-12:10 Venue RM12
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Difficult Airway Management: Poor Decisions or Lack of Technical Knowledge?
Joseph NATES
(University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Department of Critical Care, Professor, Deputy Chair, Medical Director ICUs, U.S.A)


How Can We Increase the Safety of Tracheal Intubation in Critically Ill Patients?
Jigeeshu DIVATIA 
(Tata Memorial Hospital, Department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain, Professor, India)


Percutaneous Tracheostomy
Nahit CAKAR
(University of Istanbul / Medical Faculty of Istanbul, Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Professor, Turkey)


Tracheostomy in the Critically Ill - Pan American and Iberian Federation of Critical Care Medicine (FEPIMCTI) Consensus
Nestor RAIMONDI
(Juan A. Fernandez Hospital-Buenos Aires, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, United Chief, Argentina)


• Symposium16 : Interface between Critical Care and Disaster Medicine
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 14:30-16:10 Venue RM12
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The Foreign Medical Teams Process, a Tool to Improve Quality and Coordination of Trauma Care Following Disasters
Johan VON SCHREEB
(Karolinska Institutet, Centre for Research on Health Care in Disasters, Department of Public Health, Associate Professor, Sweden)
The ICU in Disaster
Edgar JIMENEZ
(Baylor Scott & White Health, VP Critical Care Integration & e-ICU, Director, United States)


ICU Triage: the MD Anderson Cancer Center Model
Joseph NATES
(University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Department of Critical Care, Professor, Deputy Chair, Medical Director ICUs, U.S.A)


• Symposium17 : Critical Care in Disaster and War: Field Report
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 16:20-17:50 Venue RM12
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• SymposiumSection Plenary 01 : Advancing Critical Care Nursing
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 09:30-10:20 Venue RM02
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• SymposiumSection Plenary 02 : Advances in PIC - What Differences Have We Made in the Last Decades?
Date & Time Day 1 August 29 (Sat), 09:30-10:20 Venue RM11
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