We still have so much more to learn and improve in the management of sepsis. Let’s #StopSepsis together and #SaveLives today!
Were you at SG-ANZICS 2019? Then you would probably remember the overwhelming turnout at our talk on the use of fluids in ICU last year! Come join SG-ANZICS 2020 to find out the latest trials and updates in the upcoming year.
Here’s a recap about fluid responsiveness in the critically ill:
Prof Jean-Louis Teboul is a Professor of Therapeutics and Critical Care Medicine at University Paris-South in France. He is currently working at the medical ICU In Bicêtre Hospital, France. He will be sharing his years of experience on assessing fluid responsiveness as part of the conference’s plenary sessions. Don’t miss it! #meetthespeakers
[Retweet @CriticalCareNu1 post on 3 Sept regarding dietitians being a critical part of not only every ICU team…] Hands up if you agree with this! Let us take today to thank our dietitians for their work in our ICU. We will be discussing the importance of nutrition for our patients who are critically ill on the first day of SG-ANZICS 2020.
Are you at WCIC 2019 now? Spot our pins being given out- Get them while they’re still available! @worldcongressic #wcic19 #worldcongressic
It can be stressful for parents when their children are admitted to the hospital—And especially so when they are in the Paediatric ICU. SG-ANZICS 2020 will be exploring how end of life care looks like in PICU in different parts of the world, and how we can help patients and families through this difficult period.
Check out last year’s talk by Dr Lee Jan Hau from Singapore!