Program

11th Innsbruck Winter Symposium for Coagulation: Program

Copyright: Angelo Kaunat

Program

Thursday, the 29th of November

9:00 – 10:30
UPDATE IN TRAUMA ASSOCIATED COAGULOPATHY
Chair: Wenjun Z Martini and Dietmar Fries

  • From hemodynamic stabilisation to coagulation. Update of the European Trauma Guideline 2018/19
    Marc Maegele | Cologne, DE
  • Plasma versus concentrates. New findings of the RETIC study
    Nicole Innerhofer | Innsbruck, AT
  • TXA always good in every situation?
    Christian Fenger-Eriksen | Aarhus, DK

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 13:00
STOP THE BLEEDING IN DIFFERENT CLINICAL SCENARIOS
Chair: Marc Maegele and Petra Innerhofer

  • Coagulation management beyond TXA in PPH
    Heiko Lier | Cologne, DE
  • Cryoprecipitate as an alternative for fibrinogen concentrate?
    Melissa Cushing | New York, US
  • Perception, Panic and Prolene: Treatment of surgical bleeding.
    Natalia Ivascu | New York, US

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30
COAGULATION AND HAEMOSTASIS IN THE CRITICALLY ILL
Chair: Klaus Görlinger and Thorsten Haas

  • Coagulation in the critically ill patient – what is normal or is the abnormal normal?
    Mirjam Bachler | Innsbruck, AT
  • Anticoagulation in the ICU with the focus on extracorporal devices
    Barbara Steinlechner | Vienna, AT
  • Transfusion triggers for RBC, FFP and platelets in the critically ill patient
    Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, AT

15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break

16:00 – 17:30
CONTROVERSITIES IN COAGULATION MONITORING
Chair: Barbara Steinlechner and Christian Fenger-Eriksen

  • Standard plasmatic coagulation tests
    Thorsten Haas | Zurich, CH
  • Viscoelastic point of care tests
    Klaus Görlinger | Munich, DE
  • Platelet Monitoring
    Andreas Calatzis | Munich, DE

19:00 Dinner – open ending


Friday, the 30th of November

9:00 – 10:30
FROM MICROCIRCULATION TO MACROCIRCULATION
Chair: Barbara Friesenecker and Herbert Schöchl

  • Effect of fluid resuscitation on microcirculation
    Judith Martini | Innsbruck, AT
  • Fluid and volume resuscitation – is there still a difference?
    Daniel Chappell | Munich, DE
  • Goal directed management of macrocirculation
    Walter Hasibeder | Zams, AT

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 12:00
PRO-CON DEBATE: FLUID RESUSCITATION IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
Chair: Petra Innerhofer and Walter Hasibeder

  • Pro: „permissive Hypotension“
    Herbert Schöchl | Salzburg, AT
  • Con: „normovolemia“
    Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, AT

12:00 – 12:15
Summary of the symposium and concluding remarks


SPEAKERS & CHAIRS

Mirjam Bachler | Innsbruck, AT
Andreas Calatzis | Munich, DE
Daniel Chappell | Munich, DE
Melissa Cushing | New York, US
Christian Fenger-Eriksen | Aarhus, DK
Dietmar Fries | Innsbruck, AT
Barbara Friesenecker | Innsbruck, AT
Klaus Görlinger | Munich, DE
Thorsten Haas | Zurich, CH
Walter Hasibeder | Zams, AT
Nicole Innerhofer | Innsbruck, AT
Petra Innerhofer | Innsbruck, AT
Natalia Ivascu | New York, US
Heiko Lier | Cologne, DE
Marc Maegele | Cologne, DE
Judith Martini | Innsbruck, AT
Wenjun Z Martini | Houston, US
Herbert Schöchl | Salzburg, AT
Barbara Steinlechner | Vienna, AT