ICU Management 1-1-1 Interviews
Please follow the links to view the video interviews. We would like to thank all our interviewees for their time.
What does 35 years of ISICEM mean to you?
Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent, Editor-in-Chief, ICU Management, and Professor of Intensive Care - Erasme University Hospital
What are the latest developments in cell therapy?
Prof. Antonio Artigas, Chairman Department of Intensive Care, Sabadell Hospital, Barcelona
Why measure lactate?
Prof. Jan Bakker, Editorial Board Member, ICU Management, and Vice-Chair of the Department of Intensive Care Adults - Erasmus MC University Medical Center
What products can help to reduce cross-infections in the ICU?
Bill Barnes, Critical Care Group Product Manager, INTERSURGICAL
Why is communication between devices important?
Agnes Bornet, Industry Expert
How to improve care for patients with IAH and ACS?
Prof. Jan de Waele, Ghent University Hospital; President, WSACS; ICU Management Editorial Board member
What are the advantages of a ventilation helmet interface?
Marco Finotti, International Product Area Manager, INTERSURGICAL
Why should we be concerned about cellular markers?
Prof. Philippe G. Jorens, Head of ICU Lab, UZ Antwerp
Are ICU doctors doing already everything possible to prevent acute kidney injury?
Prof. John Kellum, Prof. John A. Kellum, Director of the Center for Critical Care, UPMC and ICU Management Editorial Board member
What are the key points in fluid management?
Prof. Manu Malbrain, Hospital Medical Director, Ziekenhuis Netwerk Antwerpen
What is TWINstream ICU?
Herbert Murlasits, Director International Sales, CARL REINER
What are the advantages of non-invasive ventilation?
Davide Nocenttini, Director Respiratory Care Europe, ResMed
Why did you take critical care into the field?
Prof. Paul E. Pepe, Editorial Board Member, ICU Management, and Professor with Tenure in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Public Health & Emergency Medicine (EM) at UT Southwestern, Texas
Does lung protective mechanical ventilation during surgery improve outcomes?
Prof. Paolo Pelosi, Editorial Board Member, ICU Management, and Head of the Speciality School in Anaesthesiology - Universita' degli Studi di Genoa
Using complex modelling to identify biological signatures that define health and disease?
Michael R Pinsky, MD, Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, UPMC
The future of continuous glucose monitoring?
Prof. Jean-Charles Preiser, Section Head Metabolic Disorders, Erasme University Hospital Brussels
Continuous or intermittent RRT in AKI?
Prof. Claudio Ronco, Director, St. Bortolo Hospital, Vicenza, Italy
What are the latest developments in predictive biomarkers in septic shock?
Prof. James A Russell, Intensivist / Internist, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver
Control of bacterial resistance in the ICU?
Miguel Sánchez García, Head of Intensive Care, Hospital Clinic San Carlos
What are the most burning issues in critical care in Europe?
Prof. Jukka Takala, Director and Chief Physician of the Department of Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital Berne; ICU Management Editorial Board member
Darsha Tanna on IRIDICA
DVP Global Commercial Operations, Abbot Laboratories
Sepsis in Latin America?
Prof. Sebastian Ugarte, ICU Director, INDISA Clinic and Salvador's Hospital
How to feed our critically ill patients better?
Arthur R H Van Zanten, Medical Manager Care Division, Gelderse Vallei Hospital
What are the most pressing issues in critical care in China? [in Chinese]
Prof. Chunting Wang, Director of ICU, Shandong Hospital, China
What is the secret of running a successful blog?
Adrian VK Wong, CUSIC Clinical Fellow, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
Watch out for the ICU Management video team at ESICM 2015. Do you have a burning question you would like to answer? If you are interested in participating, get in touch!
Published on : Tue, 31 Mar 2015
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