AALST BELGIUM

NAVAt VI

2018

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22

AUTOMATED LOW FLOW ANESTHESIA & VISUAL DRUG DISPLAY SYSTEMS

International symposium on

REGISTRATION STARTS SOON

FACULTY NAVAt VI 2018

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HARRY LEMMENS

Stanford, CA, USA.
1, 2, 3, 4,… Should the obese patient have a little more?
Anesthetic drug choice and dosing in the obese patient

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GÖRAN HEDENSTIERNA

Uppsala, Sweden
Which machine knobs to twist for the obese patient?
How to ventilate and oxygenate the obese surgical patient

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RODERICK ECKENHOFF

Philadelphia, PA, USA
On Suisse cheese and inhaled anesthetics
Where and how inhaled anesthetics work

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JULIAN GOLDMAN

Harvard Boston, MA, USA
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Can my anesthesia machine be hacked?

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MICHAEL SCHMIDT

Halifax, Canada
No more CO2 absorber canister changes !!
HFrom CPB oxygenator to everlasting CO2 filter

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PHILIP PEYTON

Melbourne, Australia
A dry argument
Restrictive vs. liberal fluids in abdominal surgery (RELIEF)

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ROSS KENNEDY

Christchurch, New Zealand
What *you* can learn from your anesthesia machine
Data management and reverse teaching

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JAN HENDRICKX

Aalst, Belgium
Workstation responses when fresh gas flows are lower than patient uptake: Kill Bill III ?
What exactly happens if the fresh gas flow is too low ? How to use a closed circuit with a fresh gas flow below uptake ?

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ANDRE DE WOLF

Chicago, USA
Now wake’m up, doc !
Rational emergence after inhalational anesthesia

Organizing comittee

DIRECTOR
Jan Hendrickx
Aalst Belgium

CHAIR
Annelies Moerman
Ghent, Belgium

CO-CHAIR
Andre De Wolf
Chicago USA
Philip Peyton
Melbourne Australia
Michel Struys
Groningen The Netherlands
Patrick Wouters
Ghent Belgium

HOST
Geert Vandenbroucke
Departemental chair
Aalst Belgium

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