During this season of heightened vigilance against the novel Coronavirus, the health and safety of our delegates and participants attending the 7th SG-ANZICS 2020 are our foremost priorities.
Currently the Forum is continuing as planned, but we are monitoring the situation very closely and observing all relevant health and travel advisories. As the situation continues to evolve, we will have a clearer direction in the coming weeks.
In view of this, the announcement of the abstract results will be postponed to 14 Feb 2020.
In the meantime, to all our friends in the critical care community, stay safe and let’s conquer this!
Enteral or parenteral? Early or late? Dr Madiha Hashmi summarises the giant topic on Nutrition in SICU patients at last year’s SG-ANZICS.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet ICU nutrition guru Dr Pierre Singer, as he gives his lecture on ICU nutrition and outcomes!
This year’s SG-ANZICS is also held in conjunction with the 5th Singapore Clinical Nutrition Congress. Come feed your minds!
In the meantime, refresh your ECLS knowledge with last year’s talk by Dr Niall Ferguson.
What is high-risk ECMO? Who is it for? Come listen to Dr Graeme Maclaren on 3 April 2020 as he takes us through the trials and tribulations of high-risk ECMO. In the meantime, check out our previous talks on ECMO and ECLS.
Dr Tony Yeh Yu-Chang is a Clinical Associate Professor at the National Taiwan University Hospital. He is an anaesthesiologist and intensivist with clinical and research interests in microcirculation, extracorporeal life support and therapeutic sedation. He is the chair of Scientific Committee of the Taiwan Society of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (TSECCM) and also vice chair of the Research Committee and the Honorary Secretary General of TSECCM.
Check out the SG-ANZICS 2020 symposium on Organ Interactions in the ICU and come listen to Dr Sean Bagshaw’s talk on lung-renal interactions!
Dr Sean Bagshaw is currently a Clinician Scientist and Associate Professor in the Division of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Alberta, Canada and is a leading figure in the field of acute kidney injury.
In the meantime, check out the link on our WordPress sidebar to view talks from the previous editions on AKI and fluids!
Continuing Professional Education in Critical Care: Known and Unknown by Dr Dominique Piquette.
Dr Dominique Piquette is a critical care physician and educator at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto. Her research focus is on medical education and postgraduate training. Hear what she has to say!
Antibiotics: Friend or Foe?
Check out Dr Mervyn Singer’s talk!