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27 Jul

SISPO 2019

July 27 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm UTC+8
Level 7 7 8 8 11
Room T07-03 T07-04 T08-03 T08-04 T11-02 & T11-03
1100 – 1230 SICM-NICER
Meeting*
1230 – 1330 Lunch and Registration at Lift Lobby at Level 7
1330 – 1430 SICM AGM
1430 – 1520 Neurological Monitoring in ICU Communications in Critical Care ECMO 101 – WHO, WHEN, WHY and HOW Preparing Caregivers for Tracheostomy Emergencies at home Critical Care Ultrasound Basics
1520 – 1540 Tea Break at Lift Lobby at Level 7
1540 – 1630 Neurological Monitoring in ICU Communications in Critical Care ECMO 101 – WHO, WHEN, WHY and HOW Preparing Caregivers for Tracheostomy Emergencies at home Critical Care Ultrasound Basics

*SICM-NICER Meeting is open to all SICM Members


 ECMO 101- WHO, WHEN, WHY and HOW

Upon conclusion of the Masterclass, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the physiology of venovenous and venoarterial ECMO
  • Identify components of ECMO circuit via a simulated ECMO setup
  • Recognize major indications and contraindications of venovenous and venoarterial ECMO through interactive case scenarios

Faculty

  • Sewa Duu Wen, Consultant, Singapore General Hospital
  • Melvin Tay Chee Kiang, Consultant, Singapore General Hospital
  • Ken Lee Cheah Hooi, Consultant, Singapore General Hospital

Communications in Critical Care

  • The “difficult” family
  • Commonly pitfalls in communication
  • Why saying less is saying more

Faculty

  • Pipetius Quah, Senior Resident, National University Hospital
  • Kee Chin Leong Adrian, Senior Consultant, National University Hospital
  • Lee Ruimin, Consultant, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Critical Ultrasound Basics

This masterclass will cover the basics of critical care ultrasound encompassing basic echo, lung and abdomen ultrasound

Faculty

  • Fong Wee Kim
  • Jensen Ng Jiansheng
  • Lai Poi Leng

Preparing Caregivers for Tracheostomy Emergencies at Home

Didactic teaching  and simulated demonstration of Tracheostomy blockage/ dislodgement in a home ventilated patient

Faculty

  • Dr Chan Yeow, Director, HVRSS, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
  • NC Luo Wei, HVRSS nurse, Woodlands Health
  • SSN Lydia Soon, HVRSS nurse, TTSH

Neurological Monitoring in ICU

Sedation and/or paralysis are commonly instituted for critically ill patients yet neurological monitoring has traditionally only been limited to  clinical assessment. This session will discussed the practice, benefits and limitations of technology that can be used in the intensive care unit.

Faculty

  • Tan Hon Liang, Intensivist/Anaesthetist, Mount Elizabeth Hospital
  • Lee Tze Wee, Intensivist/Anaesthetist, Mount Elizabeth Hospital

Event Details

Date: July 27 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm UTC+8
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Venue: NUHS Tower Block
Address: 1E Kent Ridge Road
Organizer Name: Society of Intensive Care Medicine (Singapore)
Phone: +65 6774-5201