Microbiome in Critical Illness: Sepsis, COVID-19, Paediatrics and Treatment Strategies

Microbiome in Critical Illness: Sepsis, COVID-19, Paediatrics and Treatment Strategies

Moderator

PROF. DR. JAN DE WAELE

Intensivist 
Dept. of Critical Care Medicine 
Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Ghent University Hospital 


Topics & Panellists

Topic: Microbiome in Sepsis and COVID-19

FRANCESCO FORORI

Professor of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Department of Surgical, Medical, Molecular Pathology and Critical Care Medicine 

University of Pisa 

Pisa, Italy


SAMUELE FERRARI

Medical Doctor

Department of Surgical, Medical, Molecular Pathology and Critical Care Medicine 

University of Pisa

Pisa, Italy


Topic:  Potential Microbiome Treatments in Critical Illness (specifically fibre and SCFAs).

NATHAN J. LINGESMITH

Surgical Critical Care Fellow

Department of Surgery and

Emory Critical Care Center

Emory University School of

Medicine

Atlanta, Georgia, USA


Topic: Respiratory Microbiota in Paediatric Patients and its Relation with Ventilator Associated Pneumonia

CARMINA GUITART

Intensive Care Unit Fellow

Paediatric Intensive Care Unit 

Hospital Sant Joan de Déu 

University of Barcelona 


Paediatric and Neonatal Transport Unit Hospital Sant Joan de Déu 

University of Barcelona 


Immunological and Respiratory Disorders Paediatric Critical Patient Research Group 

Research Institute of Sant Joan de Déu University of Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain


Topic: Microbiome and Probiotics: Do They Really Work

YAROSLAVA LONGHITANO 

Consultant

Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Azienda Ospedaliera SS

Antonio e Biagio e Cesare Arrigo

Alessandria, Italy


Topic: The Dysbiosis-COVID-19 Dilemma

JAVIER MANCILLA-GALINDO

Unidad de Investigación

UNAM-INC

Instituto Nacional de Cardiología - Ignacio Chávez

Mexico City, México



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The microbiota is recognised as one of the most important factors that can worsen the clinical conditions of patients who are already very frail in the intensive care unit. At the same time, it is important to consider the positive side of the bacterial coin. Join our panellists as they discuss the role of microbiome in critical illness, possible complications in sepsis, COVID-19 and paediatric patients, and potential microbiome treatment strategies and approaches.

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