iVent | Mechanical Ventilation Course

  • Presentation
  • Teaching staff
  • Program
  • Price and registration
  • venue and contact

Presentation

iVent we are a team of professionals interested in the management and treatment of critical patients who require respiratory support. Our aim is to contribute to the improvement in the understanding of the pathophysiological principles of acute respiratory failure and the management of mechanical ventilation, thus helping the management of specific clinical problems at the bedside.

The course is developed through theoretical sessions, discussion of clinical cases and workstations.

Targets

General objectives

The general objective of the course is to improve the understanding of the pathophysiological principles of acute respiratory failure and the management of mechanical ventilation, thus helping the management of specific clinical problems at the bedside.

Specific objectives

  • Deepen the knowledge of the main ones respiratory support techniques.
  • Deepen the knowledge of the respiratory pathophysiology and the patient-ventilator interaction.
  • Acquire knowledge and skills in the main ones monitoring techniques of the critical patient with respiratory failure.
  • Update knowledge in the management of various clinical situations, from non-invasive support to post-extubation management.

Participants

The course is aimed at medical professionals related to the care of the critically ill patient, in particular those interested in deepening, expanding and/or updating their knowledge in the management of the mechanical ventilation and the respiratory failure.

Scientific endorsements

The course has the scientific endorsements of the following entities:

  • SEMI-YUC
  • SOCMIC
  • CIBER

Sponsors

The course is supported by the following sponsors:

Teaching staff

Direction of the course

Oriol Roca, MD, PhD

Director of Critical Area and Intensive Medicine Service.
Parc Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Cande de Haro, MD, PhD

Intensive Medicine Service.
Parc Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Marina García García de Acilu. MD, PhD

Critical Area Coordinator and Intensive Medicine Service.
Parc Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Teaching team

Laura Amado, MD, PhD.
Intensive Cardiological Monitoring Unit. Central University Hospital of Asturias. Oviedo

Lluís Blanch, MD, PhD.
Director of the Parc Taulí Research and Innovation Institute Foundation. Sabadell

Luigi Camporota, MD, PhD.
Consultant and professor of Intensive Care Medicine. Department of Intensive Care, St Thomas' Hospital. London

Cande de Haro, MD, PhD.
Intensive Medicine Service. Park Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Marina García García de Acilu, MD, PhD.
Critical Area Coordinator and Intensive Medicine Service. Park Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Domenico Luca Grieco, MD.
Intensive Care Unit. Agostino Gemelli University Polyclinic Foundation. Rome

Samir Jaber, MD, PhD.
Head of the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care. Saint-Eloi University Hospital. Montpellier

Gonzalo Hernández, MD, PhD.
Intensive Care Unit Cuidados Intensivos. Virgen de la Salud University Hospital. Toledo

Joan Ramon Masclans, MD, PhD.
Head of Intensive Medicine Service. Sea Hospital Barcelona

Guillermo Muñiz Albaiceta, MD, PhD.
Head of Section Intensive Cardiological Monitoring Unit. Central University Hospital of Asturias. Oviedo

Óscar Peñuelas, MD, PhD.
Head of Section Intensive Medicine and Major Burns Service. University Hospital of Getafe. Madrid

Oriol Roca, MD, PhD.
Director of Critical Area and Intensive Medicine Service. Park Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Manel Santafe, MD.
Intensive Medicine Service. Park Taulí University Hospital. Sabadell

Fernando Suárez-Sipmann, MD, PhD.
Intensive Medicine Service. La Princesa University Hospital. Madrid

Program

Day 1 | Wednesday, April 17, 2024

10: 00 h
Welcome

Oriol Roca, Cande de Haro, Marina García

10: 30 h
Breath control, respiratory drive and inspiratory effort

Luis Blanch

11: 00 h
Patient-ventilator interaction

Cande de Haro

11: 30 h
Proportional modes of mechanical ventilation: PAV+ and NAVA

Fernando Suarez-Sipmann

12: 00 h
Measurement of respiratory mechanics

Guillermo M. Albaiceta

12: 00 h
Protective mechanical ventilation: lung and diaphragm

Marina Garcia

12: 30 h
High flow and non-invasive mechanical ventilation

Joan Ramon Masclans

13: 00 h
Dinar
14: 30 h
Workshops
(40 minutes per station and 10 minutes change)
  • WS 1: NAVA. Fernando Suárez-Sipmann; Oscar Peñuelas
  • WS 2: CRF*. Domenico L. Grieco
  • WS 3: Respiratory mechanics. Guillermo M. Albaiceta; Laura Amado
  • WS 4: Why and how to use APRV? Luigi Camporota (Modera Oriol Roca) [in English]
17: 50 h
Completion

* Sessions in English

Day 2 | Thursday, April 18, 2024

08: 30 h
Patient monitoring in mechanical ventilation: esophageal pressure

Oriol Roca

09: 00 h
Protective mechanical ventilation: lung and diaphragm

Marina Garcia

09: 30 h
Spontaneous breathing: discussion of a clinical case

Cande de Haro

10: 00 h
Increased gas exchange: V/Q and dead space

Luis Blanch

10: 30 h
Lung recruitment and PEEP optimization [in English]

Domenico L. Grieco

11: 00 h
Break cafe
11: 30 h
ARSD 2024 [in English]

Luigi Camporota

12: 00 h
Mechanical ventilation in ECMO [in English]

Luigi Camporota

12: 30 h
ARDS: clinical case discussion [in English]

Domenico L. Grieco

13: 00 h
NIV Helmet*

Domenico L. Grieco

13: 30 h
Dinar
15: 00 h
Workshops
(40 minutes per station and 10 minutes change)
  • WS 5: Electrical Impedance Tomography. n. Marina García, Manel Santafe
  • WS 6: Esophageal pressure. Guillermo M. Albaiceta, Oriol Roca
  • WS 7: Patient-ventilator interaction. Luis Blanch Cande de Haro
  • WS 8: Approach to mechanical ventilation in the ARF patient (from NIV to ECMO) [in English]. Domenico L. Grieco (Moderator: Oscar Peñuelas)
18: 20 h
Completion

* Sessions in English

Day 3 | Friday, April 19, 2024

09: 00 h
Precision mechanical ventilation in the critically ill patient

Laura Amado

09: 30 h
Mechanical ventilation in airflow restriction

Oscar Peñuelas

10: 00 h
Strategies in weaning

Oscar Peñuelas

10: 30 h
Difficult weaning: clinical case-based discussion [in English]

Samir Jaber

11: 00 h
Cafes
11: 30 h
Post-extubation management [in English]

Samir Jaber

11: 30 h
Nebulization during VM

Joan Ramon Masclans

12: 00 h
Kahoot

Oriol Roca, Cande de Haro, Marina García

13: 00 h
conclusions

Oriol Roca, Cande de Haro, Marina García

13: 30 h
Completion of the course

* Sessions in English

Price and registration

Preus

General

490 €

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Members SEMICYUC, SOCMIC, CIBERES and MIR

420 €

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Registration

To formalize the registration, you must fill in your details in this form.

Once your request is accepted, we will send you an email with the procedure for make the payment by bank transfer.

Cancellation: Up to 30 days before the start of the course, 50% of the amount will be refunded. Afterwards, the registration fee will not be refunded. 

venue and contact

Course seat

Hotel H10 Art Gallery

C/ Enric Granados, 62-64
08008 Barcelona

Contact

Parc Taulí Research and Innovation Institute Foundation

Technical Secretariat:

    • Ester Freixa
      efreixa@tauli.cat
      +937 458 238
      Office hours: from 10:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m

Management:

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