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Frederic MICHARD, / Vice President


Global Medical Strategy
Edwards Lifesciences


Workshop 03: Hemodynamic Monitoring - from Theory to Bedside Application
Workshop 04: Hemodynamic Monitoring - from Theory to Bedside Application
Luncheon Symposium 02: Using Transpulmonary Thermodilution in Septic Shock and ARDS Patients

Educational Background
• 1999
- Gold Medal - Internship - Hopitaux de Paris
• 2000
- Certification in Critical Care Medicine
• 2009
- Ph D, Necker Medical School-University of Paris V
• 2005
- Habilitation to Lead Research, Necker Medical School-University of Paris V
• 2003-2004
- Post-Doc (Officer), Medical research, Harvard Medical School


Work Experience
• 2011-present
- VP, Global Medical Strategy at Edwards Lifesciences
• 2008-2011
- Director, Medical Strategy at Edwards Lifesciences
• 2001-2007
- Founder of and freelance activity at FMichard Medical Consulting
• 1999-2001
- Chef de Clinique at Assistance publique- hopitaux de paris
• 1992-1998
- Interne des Hopitaux de Paris at Assistance publique- hopitaux de paris

Publications
1. Applicability of pulse pressure variation: how many shades of grey?
Critical Care 2015
Authors: Frederic Michard, Denis Chemla, Jean-Louis Teboul
2. The effects of goal-directed fluid therapy based on dynamic parameters on post-surgical outcome: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Critical Care 2015
Authors: Jan Benes, Mariateresa Giglio, Nicola Brienza,Frederic Michard
3. Tackling the economic burden of postsurgical complications: would perioperative goal-directed fluid therapy help?
Critical Care 2014
Authors: Gerard R Manecke, Angela Asemota, Frederic Michard
4. Real life implementation of perioperative hemodynamic optimization
Annual Update in Intensive Care & Emergency Medicine 2014
Authors: Matthieu Biais, Anthony Senagore, Frederic Michard
5. Long live dynamic parameters!
Crit Care 2014, Page2
Authors: Frederic Michard
6. The (pulmonary) watergate revisited
Crit Care Med 2013
Authors: Frederic Michard
7. Decision support for hemodynamic management: from graphical displays to closed loop systems
Anesth Analg 2013
Authors: Frederic Michard
8. Perioperative hemodynamic optimization: from clinical to economic benefits
Annual Update in Intensive Care & Emergency Medicine 2013
Authors: Gernot Marx, Frederic Michard
9. Thinking outside the (cardiac output) box
Crit Care Med 2012
Authors: Frederic Michard
10. A new and simple definition for acute lung injury
Crit Care Med 2012
Authors: Frederic Michard, Enrique Fernandez Mondejar, Michael Kirov, Manu Malbrain, Takashi Tagami
11. Rational fluid management: dissecting facts from fiction
Br J Anaesth 2012
Authors: Frederic Michard, Matthieu Biais
12. Predicting fluid responsiveness with stroke volume variation despite multiple extrasystoles
Crit Care Med 2012
Authors: Maxime Cannesson, Frederic Michard
13. The burden of high-risk surgery and the potential benefit of goal-directed strategies
Crit Care 2011
Authors: Frederic Michard
14. Perioperative hemodynamic therapy: quality improvement programs should help to resolve our uncertainty
Crit Care 2011
Authors: Frederic Michard, Maxime Cannesson, Benoit Vallet
15. The camel curve: the icing on the transpulmonary thermodilution cake
Crit Care Med 2011
Authors: Frederic Michard, Charles Phillips
16. Stroke volume variation: from applied physiology to improved outcomes
Crit Care Med 2011
Authors: Frederic Michard
17. Using pulse pressure variation or stroke volume variation to diagnose right ventricular failure?
Crit Care 2010
Authors: Frederic Michard, Guy Richards, Matthieu Biais, Marcel Lopes, Jose Otavio Auler
18. Validation of a new transpulmonary thermodilution system to assess global end-diastolic volume and extravascular lung water
Crit Care 2010
Authors: Karim Bendjelid, Frederic Michard

Honors/Awards
• 1998
- Gold Medal - Internship - Hopitaux de Paris
• 2000
- Young Researcher Award - French Society of Critical Care (SRLF)
• 2009
- Product Development Award - Exploring Horizons, Expanding Boundaries and Excelling in
Performance, Edwards LifeScience