Today sees the return of the Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care Symposium to Egypt. The Symposium is in association with The Egyptian Military Medical Academy and Al Galaa Military Medical Compound (Specialised Children and Women’s Hospital)
This symposium is supported by ESPNIC with lectures by a number of clinical experts covering Invasive and non invasive ventilation, ventilation during transport and haemodynamic stability during ventilation. A veritable who’s who of Neonatal and Paediatric specialists include:
Prof. P Rimensberger (Switzerland), Director of Paediatric & Neonatal ICU at the University Hospital of Geneva,
Dr Cécile Tissot (Switzerland), Associate Professor, Fetal Cardiology Dept, Children Hospital, University of Genève,
Dr Juan Mayordomo (Spain), Paediatric Consultant, University Hospital, Central de Asturias,
Dr Alberto Medina (Spain), Pediatric Consultant, University Hospital, Central de Asturias,
Prof Peter Dargaville (Australia), Professor of Neonatal and Intensive Care, Reerch Fellow, University of Hobart,
Dr V Mühlethaler (Switzerland), Consultant Paediatric & Neonatology Department, Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois,
Dr Julian Eason (UK/UAE), Director Paediatric & Neonatal Services, Abu Dhabi health Authority,
Prof Joe Brierly (UK), Consultant Paediatric Intensive Care & Bioethics Chairman of ESPNIC
Once again SLE will be supporting the meeting with Barbara Pilgrim, SLE’s Clinical Training Manager attending and coordinating the Ventilation Labs.
Participants have a great opportunity to discuss and learn more about some of the main topics of neonatology including conventional ventilation, high frequency ventilation and non-invasive ventilation. As well as the program containing presentations by internationally acknowledged key opinion leaders it includes hands-on ventilation labs within selected major topics.