2019 Conference

THANKS FOR ATTENDING THIS YEARS’ CONFERENCE

HICC CARDIOVASCULAR WORKSHOP FINAL HANDOUT

This is the FINAL programme for the 2019 Hi Impact Critical Care Conference:

hicc 3.0 FINAL programme

CARDIOVASCULAR  CRITICAL CARE

Western Anaesthesia Society, Saolta Critical Care & Sepsis, NUIG, Galway Critical Care

Hi Impact Critical Care Main Conference
November 8th  2019 – Clayton Hotel Galway

High Impact Critical Care Conference – Cardiovascular  2019

November 8th 2019

Programme

MORNING SESSION

07.00 Registration opens – Coffee/ Tea Available

07.30 – 09.00 Workshop (fully interactive session.)

Pre-Conference Workshop Cardiovascular Monitoring (Hi Impact)

Faculty: Pat Neligan, Mike Scully, Christine Sheehan, Aoife Brennan, Jacob Gutsche, Vinod Sudhir

(ECGs, CVP Traces, PAC numbers and Traces, Arterial Line Traces, Fluid Responsiveness, Echos)

Session 1 Cardiovascular Infections

09.15-09.40 Infectious Endocarditis and How to Diagnose and Manage it – Dr. Una Ní Riain

09.40-10.00 Weird Cardiovascular Infections – Dr. Helen Tuite

Coffee

Session 2: Cardiogenic Shock

10.30 -11.00 Pressors and inotropes Cardiogenic Shock – Dr Leo Kevin

11.00 – 11.30 Advances in Valvular Surgery and the Critical Care Consequences Dr Michael Scully

Short Break

Session 3 Advances in Cardiovascular & Cardiopulmonary Medicine

11.45- 12.30 Extracorporeal Life Support– Prof. Jacob Gutsche

12.30- 13.00 Controversies in Critical Care Cardiology – Prof. Bill McEvoy

LUNCH (Included in registration)

AFTERNOON SESSION

Session 4: Galway Soapbox (Hi Impact)

Hang around to hear the afternoon rants!

14.15 -14.30 The patient needs an angio and the creatinine is high!
-Dr Bairbre McNicholas

14.30 -14.45 The Baby is Blue, What Do I do? Dr Michael Callaghan

15.00—15.15 Why we need to change our approach to Critical Care Clinical
Trials? Prof. John G. Laffey

15.15 – 15.30 Nobody’s Looking at the Numbers !– Christine Sheehan ANP

15.30 – 15.45 Ten Ways of Identifying a Good Modern ICU Practice
– Dr Patrick Neligan

16.00 – Finish

 

 

14.45 – 15.00 When is a BAL not a BAL? Dr Brian Harte

15.15 – 15.30 Nobody’s Looking at the Numbers – Christine Sheehan ANP

15.30 – 15.45 Evidence Schmevidence – Prof. Patrick Neligan

16.00 – Finish

 

 

SPEAKERS

Dr. Una Ní Riain  is a consultant microbiologist at Galway University Hospitals

Dr Helen Tuite is a consultant physician specializing in Infectious Diseases at Galway University Hospitals (UHG)

Dr Leo Kevin is a consultant in anaesthesia (inc. cardiac anaesthesia) & intensive care at UHG

Dr Michael Scully is a consultant in anaesthesia (inc. cardiac anaesthesia) & intensive care at UHG and senior lecturer in anaesthesia and critical care at NUI Galway (NUIG)

Prof. Jacob Gutsche is a Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Prof  Bill McEvoy is a consultant cardiologist  at UHG and Professor of preventive cardiology at NUIG

Dr Bairbre McNicholas is a consultant in intensive care medicine, special interest in nephrology, at UHG

Dr Brian Harte is a consultant in anaesthesia (inc. thoracic anaesthesia) & intensive care at UHG

Prof. John Laffey is a consultant in anaesthesia & intensive care at UHG, Professor of Anaesthesia and Vice Dean of Research at NUI Galway

Christine Sheehan is a nurse practitioner (outreach and so much more) at UHG

Prof Pat Neligan is a consultant in anaesthesia & intensive care at UHG, ICU medical director and PP Professor at NUI Galway (NUIG)

Dr Vinod Sudhir is a consultant in anaesthesia & intensive care at UHG and Portiuncula Hospital (ICU medical director)

Dr Aoife Brennan is an ICU fellow at UHG