Scientific Portal (Webinars)

Isoflurane and sevoflurane, the new reality in critical care units

Sedana Medical symposium at Congreso National online de la SEMICYUC, Spain on June 2, 2021

Program:

  • Volatile anesthetics, are they an option in the critical patient?
  • Volatile anesthetics and their benefits in the critical patient, what does science tell us?
  • Sedaconda AnaConDa, tips and tricks for easier use

Moderator:
Dra. Manuela Garcia, Virgen Macarena Hospital, Seville

Speakers:
Dra. Sofia contreras, Hospital Vall de Hebrón, Barcelona
Dra. Carola Giménez-Esparza, Hospital Vega Baja, Orihuela 
Dr. Julian Triviño, Reina Sofia Hospital, Murcia

The presentations are in Spanish.

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The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the ICU
AnaConDa in clinical use with specific focus on common practical topics

Webinar on June 2, 2021

Listen to our experts sharing their knowledge and experiences in practical ACD issues. The topics are:

  • Humidification of airways
  • Deadspace problem / Resistance/Elevated CO2
  • Transportation in the hospital
  • Environment and room pollution

The webinar will be moderated by:
Mattias Schindele, Medical Director Sedana Medical
Love Andreasson, Clinical Training and Implementation Manager Sedana Medical

Open remarks
Kerstin Röhm
MD Assoc. Prof., Ludwigshafen
Germany

Speaker
Andreas Meiser
MD Assoc. Prof., Saarland University Medical Center Homburg, Germany

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Risk for delirium and residual cognitive impairment in sedated patients in the ICU
The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the context of current challenges

Webinar broadcasted on November 26th, 2020

There is an increasing recognition of the long-term consequences of ICU care on the physical and mental health function of the patients. Potential differences between sedative agents might be of importance when deciding the best regimen for the patient. What can the role of inhaled anaesthetics be in the context of current challenges?

MD Assoc. Prof.
Ulf Günther
Klinikum Oldenburg
Germany

 
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Risk for delirium and residual cognitive impairment in sedated patients in the ICU
The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the context of current challenges

Webinar broadcasted on November 26th, 2020

There is an increasing recognition of the long-term consequences of ICU care on the physical and mental health function of the patients. Potential differences between sedative agents might be of importance when deciding the best regimen for the patient. What can the role of inhaled anaesthetics be in the context of current challenges?

MD Assoc. Prof.
Ulf Günther
Klinikum Oldenburg
Germany

 
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The Potential Benefits Of Inhaled Anaesthetics In Mechanically Ventilated Icu Patients

Webinar broadcasted on November 4th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the challenges of achieving effective sedation for some mechanically ventilated patients.

Dr
Mark Blunt
Clinical Director
England

MD PhD.
Matthieu Jabaudon
Clermont-Ferrand
France

Professor
Anil Hormis
Consultant in Anaesthesia
England

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CHALLENGES IN THE ICU TREATING PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED GAS EXCHANGE/ARDS
The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the context of current challenges

Webinar broadcasted on October 28th, 2020

Patients experiencing acute lung injury often need mechanical ventilation for which sedation may be required. Potential differences between sedative agents’ non anaesthetic properties might be of importance when deciding the best regimen for the patient. Growing evidence suggests that inhaled anaesthetics can be a valuable alternative. What can the role of inhaled anaesthetics be in the context of current challenges?

MD PhD.
Matthieu Jabaudon
Clermont-Ferrand
France

 
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CHALLENGES IN THE ICU TREATING PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED GAS EXCHANGE/ARDS
The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the context of current challenges

Webinar broadcasted on October 28th, 2020

Patients experiencing acute lung injury often need mechanical ventilation for which sedation may be required. Potential differences between sedative agents’ non anaesthetic properties might be of importance when deciding the best regimen for the patient. Growing evidence suggests that inhaled anaesthetics can be a valuable alternative. What can the role of inhaled anaesthetics be in the context of current challenges?

MD PhD.
Matthieu Jabaudon
Clermont-Ferrand
France

 
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IS THERE A NEED FOR ADDITIONAL SEDATION ALTERNATIVES IN THE ICU?
The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the context of current challenges

Webinar broadcasted on October 14th, 2020

With increasing concern over adverse patient consequences associated with current sedation practice, there is growing interest to find other alternative sedatives. Inhaled anaesthetics have been used for more than 150 years to provide general anaesthesia. Their role as sedatives for critical care patients has gained increasing interest over the last years. Listen to MD Kerstin Röhm share her experience of using inhaled anaesthetics for critically ill patients.

MD Assoc. Prof
Kerstin Röhm
Ludwigshafen
Germany

 
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IS THERE A NEED FOR ADDITIONAL SEDATION ALTERNATIVES IN THE ICU?
The role of inhaled anaesthetics in the context of current challenges

Webinar broadcasted on October 14th, 2020

With increasing concern over adverse patient consequences associated with current sedation practice, there is growing interest to find other alternative sedatives. Inhaled anaesthetics have been used for more than 150 years to provide general anaesthesia. Their role as sedatives for critical care patients has gained increasing interest over the last years. Listen to MD Kerstin Röhm share her experience of using inhaled anaesthetics for critically ill patients.

MD Assoc. Prof
Kerstin Röhm
Ludwigshafen
Germany

 
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Inhaled Anaesthetics Revisited, Learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic

Webinar broadcasted on June 18, 2020

Listen to two experts share their knowledge and experiences of alternative strategies for providing comfort, safety and improving long-term outcome for mechanically ventilated patients.

MD Prof.
Rafael Badenes
University Hospital Valencia
Spain

MD DEAA.
Andreas Falthauser
Weiden Hospital
Germany

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LIFE AFTER COVID-19, Inhaled Anaesthetics and ABCDEF-Bundle

Webinar broadcasted on June 3rd, 2020

Listen to two experts share their knowledge and experiences of alternative strategies for providing comfort, safety and improving long-term outcome for mechanically ventilated patients.

MD Assoc. Prof.
Ulf Günther
Klinikum Oldenburg
Germany

MD Prof.
Erwan L’Her
Brest University Hospital Centre
France

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INHALED ANAESTHETICS, In COVID-19 Patients and Beyond

Webinar broadcasted on May 20th, 2020

Listen to two experts share their knowledge and experiences of alternative strategies for providing comfort and safety to mechanically ventilated patients.

Dr. Med.
Alexander Kersten
Universitätsklinikum Aachen
Germany

MD PhD.
Rihard Knafelj
University Medical Center Ljubljana
Slovenia

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COVID-19, ARDS and Inhaled Anaesthetics

Webinar broadcasted on May 8th, 2020

Listen to two experts in ARDS management discuss how their prior knowledge and experiences of alternative strategies blend into their current management of COVID-19.

Prof.
Jean-Michel Constantin
Pitié-Salpêtrière University hospital Paris
France

Assoc. Prof.
Andreas Meiser
Saarland Uni Medical Center Homburg
Germany

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