CEEA Georgia I course
    

 

CEEA Georgia

 I course

 

 Respiratory and Thorax

 

26-28 April 2018, Tbilisi.

Jo Ann Medical Center

Program:

 

 

26.04.2018 Thursday – 17.00 Opening.  Prof. Mamuka Chkhaidze Director of CEEA Georgia. General Director at Jo Ann Medical Center.

 

17.15 – 18.00 - New therapies in ARDS: ECMO, ECRCO2

 (Lecturer: Prof Serban Bubenek, President Romanian Society of Anesthesiologists, Director Cardiovascular Anesthesia dept. Fundeni University Hospital Bucharest, Romania)

 

18.00 – 18.45 – “ARDS-from etiology to diagnostic”

(Lecturer; Prof.  G. Gurman, Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology and Critical Care,

University Ben Gurion of the Negev Director , Division of Anesthesia-Critical Care

Mayney Hayeshuah Medical Center)

 

18.45-­_19.30-"Advanced mechanical ventilation: what we are looking for"

(Lecturer: Dr Moty Klein, Past president, Israel Society of Critical Care, Director ICU dept,. Soroka Medical Center, Beer Sheva, Israel)

 

19.30-20.15 – “ARDS-main directions for treatment”

(Lecturer; Prof.  G. Gurman, Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology and Critical Care,

University Ben Gurion of the Negev Director , Division of Anesthesia-Critical Care

Mayney Hayeshuah Medical Center)

 

 

 

27.04.2018 Friday

17.00 -17.30 – Techniques:

-Anaesthetic circuits

-Ventilators, anesthesia machines and workstations

(Lecturer: Alex Gokhelashvili, Head of ICU, Anesthesiology and Emergency Departments at Lanceti Medical Center)

                      

 17.30 – 18.00 – “Modes of Mechanical Ventilation”

(Lecturer: Dr. Davit Kazaishvili, General Director at Gormedi Clinic)

 

18.00 –18.30 – “Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery”

(Lecturer: Dr. Ia Agdgomelashvili, Head of Anesthesiology Department at High Technology Medical Center, University Clinic)

 

18:30—19.00 – “Patient with COPD in the ICU”

(Lecturer: Dr. Vakhtang Kaloiani, Head of ICU Department at PSP New Hospitals)

 

19.00-19.30—“Postoperative Respiratory Distress”

(Lecturer: Dr. Tamar Gogichaishvili, Head of Anesthesia and ICU Department at Tbilisi Central Hospital)

 

19.30-20.00 –“Anesthesia for the patient with respiratory failure”

(Lecturer: Nikoloz Kachibaia, Head of Anesthesiology Department at Mediclub Georgia)

 

20.00-20.30-“Basic Thoracic Echoraphy”

(Lecturer: Dr. Vakhtang Kaloiani, Head of ICU Department at PSP New Hospitals)

 

 

20.30-21.00 – “Non-invasive ventilation in anesthesia and intensive care”

(Lecturer: Dr. George Baindurashvili, Anesthesiologist and Ordinator of ICU Department at BOKHUA Memorial Cardiovascular Center)

 

 

 

28.04.2018 Saturday - PRACTICAL (workshops, hands -on, video or simulations)

Associate Prof. of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Director of Morbidity and Mortality Committee, Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine, Pennsylvania, USA, Dr. Venugopal S Reddy, MD, EDIC, FCARCSI

 

Mechanical Ventilation Workshop: Basic and advanced

10:00-10:15

Introduction, brief outline of the workshop

 

10:15-11:00

 

Basic Physiology of spontaneous and positive pressure ventilation (Includes oxygenation, CO2 elimination, terminology, Nasal cannula difference between spontaneous and controlled ventilation)

Lecture

11:00-11:45

Problems and complications during mechanical ventilation: how to recognize and treat

Case based

11:45-12:30

Newer modes of mechanical ventilation: PRVC, APRV, NAVA, Proportional ventilation etc

Lecture

12:30-13:15

Mechanical ventilation for patients with Asthma and COPD and detection of auto-PEEP 

Case based

13:15-14:00

Lunch Break

 

14:00-14:30

High Flow nasal cannula: Physiology, application, uses and limitation

Lecture

14:30-15:30

ARDS problem based included modes of mechanical ventilation

Case based

15:30-16:15

Non-Invasive ventilation (indications, contraindication, how to start and complications)

Case based and Lecture

16:15-16:30

Coffee/Tea break

 

16:30-17:15

Protective lung ventilation in the operating room

Case Based and Lecture

17:15-18:00

Challenges during mechanical ventilation. Call for help

Case based