Preliminary Program

June 16th 2020

June 17th 2020

June 18th 2020

   
                       

Tuesday June 16th  

08.30 Registration

 
09.00 Welcome to the 3rd CiPAC

 
09.10 Introduction of the day

 
09.20 Neurotoxicity

David Polaner
10.00 Break

 
10.30 Neurodevelopmental outcome after general anaesthesia/surgery

Nicola Groes Clausen
11.00 Neuromonitoring in children
So far so good – but good enough?

Mirjana Cvetkovic
11.30 Paediatric traumatic brain injury
A go-through-guideline

Marianne Berntsen
12.00 Lunch

 
13.00 Anaesthesia in CHD for non-cardiac surgery

David Polaner
13.30

Anaesthesia in children with univentricular hearts
Running on one cylinder..

Jakob Gjedsted
14.00

Anaesthesia in children with pulmonary hypertension
The right ventricle is the key to success

Hanne Berg Ravn
14.30 Break

 
15.00

Acceptable blood pressure limits during paediatric anaesthesia
How low can you go?

David Polander/
Jakob Gjedsted
15.20

Anaesthesia in children with reduced ventricular function
Risks and pitfalls

Hanne Berg Ravn
15.40

Perioperative cardiac arrest - what to do?
Arrests in complex scenarios

Marianne Berntsen
16.00 End of Lectures

 
16.30 Complimentary Canal Cruise and light dinner
ALL CiPAC Participants and Faculty are welcome!


 

  Wednesday June 17th 

08.00 Introduction to the Day
Introduction to "Tips, tricks and cheats"

Morten Bøttger
Lasse Høgh Andersen
08.10 The use of the supraglottic airway
Use, misuse and abuse of the LMA

Thomas Engelhardt
08.40 The challenge of difficult airway management
A practical approach

Morten Bøttger
09.10 Paediatric eFONA
What saves life - Needle or knife?

Markus Weiss
09.40 Break

 
10.10 Ventrain
The world of straw ventilation

Dietmar Enk
10.40 Laryngoscopy in children – Pro/con panel
The most treasured devise


Dietmar Enk/
Thomas Engelhardt/
Markus Weiss
11.10 Ultrasound assessment of the airway
Adult and paediatric approach to neck US

MIchael Seltz Kristensen
11.30 Lunch

 
12.30 Foreign body airway obstruction in children
When something small becomes a big problem

Markus Weiss
12.50 Difficult extubation
Difficult “takeoff” - difficult “touchdown”?

Morten Bøttger
13.10 Tips, tricks and cheats
Sharing our best advice

Lasse Høgh Andersen
 13.30 End of Lectures

 
     
14.00 Workshops

On the 2nd floor at DGI-byen

 
 
  • Straw ventilation continued
    What Ventrain can do for you and your patients
Dietmar Enk

 
  • eFONA in your hands
    Experience our hybrid airway model
Morten Bøttger

 
  • Difficult airway management
    Sandbox workshop
Kirsten Eriksen
 
  • Rigid bronchoscopy
    Role in foreign body airway obstruction
Markus Weiss
 
  • Lung ultrasound in the critically ill child/neonate
Nadya Yousef
 
  • Morbidity: My worst-case scenario
Marianne Berntsen
 
  • Picclines insertion in neonates
    Tips and tricks

Torsten Lauritsen
 
  • Distraction when it works
    Virtual reality, magic glove and more ...

Søren Walther-Larsen
18.00 End of workshops

 
18.30 Dinner at DGI-byens Restaurant and Entertainment
Complimentary for All CiPAC Participants and Faculty - Welcome All!


 
 

Thursday June 18th

 
09.00 Introduction of the day

Torsten Lauritsen
09.05 Evidence based paediatric anaesthesia of today…
Overview of the most well-designed studies relevant for paediatric anaesthesia

Arash Afshari
09.40 “Anaesthesia for the repair of oesophageal atresia” just another routine anaesthesia?
Case presentation of a complex disease

Volker Classen
10.00 Break

 
10.30

Fluids and inotropes pro/con debate
Anaesthesiologist & intensivist

Arash Afshari/
Morten Hylander
11.00

Perioperative haemodynamics during operation for oesophageal atresia. Do we really know what we are doing?

WHAT to do with: Fluids, vasopressors, haemodynamic monitoring, haemostasis and the management of severe bleeding?
Panel discussion: Neonatologists, anaesthesiologist and intensivists

Marguerite Ellekvist (moderator)

Nadya Yousef/
Arash Afshari/
Morten Hylander/
Ulrik Laursen-Thomsen
11.45 Lunch

 
12.45 Operation succeeded - mission completed?
Postoperative morbidity and Consequences along the side.
Panel discussion: Surgeon, Neonatologist and the Anaesthetist

Gert Fonnest/
Ulrik Lausen-Thomsen,
Marguerite Ellekvist
13.30 Perioperative US
FATE - How to optimize the critically ill neonate?

Nadya Yousef
14.00

A new challenge in town - Laparoscopy in premature.

Are we there yet?
What the surgeon thinks and what the anaesthetist thinks

Torsten Lautitsen
14.30 Break

 
15.00 The child that doesn´t want to be anesthetized
Challenge induction?

Volker Classen
15.15

Alternatives to the midazolam straitjacket

Søren Walther Larsen
  Integrated play

Torsten Lauritsen
16.00 Delirium postoperatively – one drug problem solved?
Perspectives from the clonidine study

Mogens H. Ydemann/
Arash Afshari
16.30 Goodbye – we hope to see you in Copenhagen again  
     
   
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