Difficult Weaning Off Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB)

Free Online Webinar organized by the EACTA Educational Committee in collaboration with the CPB Committee

The Difficult Weaning off Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB), Rome, Italy, 30/03/2020-30/03/2020 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 2 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

Target Audience: Cardiac and vascular surgeons, cardiovascular anaesthetists, perfusionists, intensivists, general anaesthetists, anaesthesia certified nurses, nurses, interns and medical students

After joining this webinar, you will better understand:
▪ The predictors applied in cardiovascular physiology, the pathophysiology of the surgical lesions, and types of difficult weaning off CPB;
▪ The importance of leadership and effective communication among the team during these critical times;
▪ The appropriate decision-making regarding separation from CPB in patients with difficult weaning.

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Check below the programme and speakers

Chair of the Webinar: Gudrun Kunst (Chair of EACTA CPB Subspecialty Committee)King’s College, London, UK

Scientific Moderators:
Gudrun Kunst, King’s College, London, UK
Alexander Wahba, Trondheim, Norway
Vladimir Lomivorotov, Novosibirsk, Russia

  • Checklists for weaning off CPB – perspective from the perfusionist - Luc Puis, Brussels, Belgium
  • Haemodynamic and other Monitoring during weaning off CPB - Eric Benedet Lineburger, Criciúma, Brazil
  • Inotropes and weaning off CPB - Gianluca Paternoster, Potenza, Italy
  • Weaning off CPB and the role of Echocardiography - Blanca Martinez, Treviso, Italy
  • Failing to come off CPB – what next? - Monaco Fabrizio, Milano, Italy
  • Wrap up and lessons learned - Gudrun Kunst, London, UK

Consultant Anaesthetist
Specialist in Anesthesia and Intensive Care
Head of the Cardioanaesthesia and Intensive Care Dept
Head of Cardiac and Vascular Anestesia Dept.
Clinical Perfusionist
Affiliate professor in cardiac surgery

  • The speakers and attendees will be remote from each other.
  • The speakers, attendees, and moderator will use their own high-speed internet access, HD webcam, personal computer and HD microphone and headset. Any webcam that is recognized by your computer can be used in the system. We recommend higher quality webcams with 2+ Megapixels quality.
  • A dedicated, wired internet connection of at least 5 Mbps download/upload speed is required to present content using The Webinato, the USA, the technical solution for the webinar. Click here to check your connection
  • The IT technician from the Webinato will run and interact through connecting people (speakers, moderators, and attendees) together, mute non-talking persons, collect and pass questions to the scientific moderators.
  • Chat and Q & A: Interactive live webinar where the speakers will address the received questions from the attendees within the allocated time limits. The questions would be sent by the delegates to the Chat box 1, on the lower left corner, assigned for delegates for sending questions and by the IT support from Webinato to publish any announcements. That chat box could be read by all delegates and presenters.
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Event Details
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  • Start Date
    March 30, 2020 5:00 pm
  • End Date
    March 30, 2020 7:00 pm
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