Pediatric Noninvasive Ventilation Symposium

NIV

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Pediatric Noninvasive Ventilation Symposium

 8 - 9 October 2020

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After the success of first two Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) pediatric NIV conferences held in Split, Croatia and Ljubljana, Slovenia, we were ready to welcome you to Belgrade, Serbia. Other than moving to online format, symposium topics remained the same. Under auspices of University of Belgrade-School of Medicine, esteemed speakers from Mother and Child Health Institute (Predrag Minić, Ružica Kravljanac, Milan Rodić and Aleksandar Sovtić) are inviting you to join third Philips CEE Pediatric NIV symposium that will take place online.

Expect an exciting program with invited international speakers from Italy (Renato Cutrera and Martino Pavone), France (Alessandro Amaddeo), Slovenia (Uroš Krivec) and Hungary (Dorottya Czövek). Target audience for this learning opportunity are pediatricians, pulmonologists, intensive care physicians and respiratory therapists. 

NIV-profesor

Ass.Prof.Aleksandar Sovtić

Department of pulmonology, Mother and Child Health Institute and School of Medicine University of Belgrade, Serbia

Aim of this symposium will be to give you extensive overview of pediatric NIV in different diseases and situations, to discuss challenges and to share practical information through clinical cases.

Pediatric Noninvasive Ventilation Symposium Agenda

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Webinar:

Pediatric NIV - when to start, how to make it possible?

October 8th, 2020 from 09:00-11:30 CEST (UTC+2) 

Speakers:
Ass.Prof. Aleksandar Sovtić (Serbia)

Renato Cutrera, MD, PhD (Italy)

Uroš Krivec, MD (Slovenia)

Dr.Alessandro Amaddeo (France)

During morning session moderated by Aleksandar Sovtić from Mother and Child Health Institute in Belgrade, you can expect an update about long-term mechanical ventilation by Renato Cutrera from Bambino Gesù Pediatric Hospital in Rome, learning about NIV initiation from Uroš Krivec from University Medical Centre Ljubljana and learning how important is the early diagnosis of alveolar hypoventilation from Alessandro Amaddeo from Necker University Hospital in Paris. The morning session will be concluded with interactive discussion about clinical cases sent by participants of the symposium.

Join this exciting session to learn about best practice of noninvasive ventilation from the best in this field.

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Webinar:

Pediatric home ventilation modalities                    

October 8th, 2020 from 13:00-15:15 CEST (UTC+2) 

Speakers:

Ass.Prof. Aleksandar Sovtić (Serbia)

Uroš Krivec, MD (Slovenia)

Dr.Milan Rodić (Serbia)

Martino Pavone, MD (Italy)

Uroš Krivec will open the afternoon session with the topic of NIV in neuromuscular diseases and focus on clinical monitoring and follow-up. Then you will have the opportunity to learn how to correctly set ventilator parameters from Milan Rodić in this very practical session. In some diseases noninvasive modality can become insufficient and tracheostomy might be needed. Martino Pavone will let us know which patient should be tracheostomized and when.  The afternoon session will be concluded with interactive discussion about clinical cases sent by participants of the symposium.

Join this exciting session to learn about best practice of noninvasive ventilation from the best in this field.

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Webinar:

Determinants of NIV outcome - indications, monitoring and mask fitting

October 9th, 2020 from 09:00-11:30 CEST (UTC+2) 

Speakers:
Dr. Alessandro Amaddeo (France)

Ass.Prof. Aleksandar Sovtić (Serbia)

Dorottya Czövek, MD, PhD (Hungary)

Alessandro Amaddeo from Necker University Hospital in Paris will open the morning session and teach us how to initiate and monitor CPAP therapy. Aleksandar Sovtić from Mother and Child Health Institute in Belgrade will show us how NIV can be used in patient with acute bronchiolitis. Choosing and fitting the patient interface can be challenging in children. Dorottya Czövek from Semmelweis University Hospital in Budapest will give us practical advices how to select appropriate mask and troubleshoot interface. The morning session will be concluded with interactive discussion about clinical cases sent by participants of the symposium.

Join this exciting session to learn about best practice of noninvasive ventilation from the best in this field.

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Webinar:

New age - better insight of etiology - new hope

October 9th, 2020 from 13:00-15:30 CEST (UTC+2) 

Speakers:
Ass.Prof. Aleksandar Sovtić (Serbia)

Ivana Šundov, BScRT (Croatia)

Assoc.Prof. Ružica Kravljanac (Serbia)

Prof.Predrag Minić (Serbia)

Dorottya Czövek, MD, PhD (Hungary)

First topic of the afternoon session will be mechanical in/exsufflation of lungs by Ivana Šundov, Sr.Clinical Application Specialist from Philips CEE SRC team.

Ružica Kravljanac from Mother and Child Health Institute in Belgrade will discuss whether there is a new hope from newly developed phamaceuticals used for neurological disorders. Predrag Minić from Mother and Child Health Institute in Belgrade will adress early and late consequences of premature birth. During this unusual pandemic time, it is important to know how can we safely continue to do NIV. Dorottya Czövek from Semmelweis University will update us on latest recommendations and practical advice on safety measures to prevent particle dispersion.

Join this exciting session to learn about best practice of noninvasive ventilation from the best in this field.

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