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WS-14 Workshop on Acute Heart Failure and Shock Cardiogenic

 
October 21st, 2021 (12.30 – 16.00 WIB)

Overview

Hemodynamic instabillity due to acute heart failure or cardiogenic compromise is a potentially life-threatening condition that challenges even the more experienced Cardiologists. Prior knowledge and preparation are everything, so we invite you to enhance your clinical knowledge with in-depth sessions discussing a range of topics, from hemodynamic changes to management. Specifically tailored for you, by combining expert’s opinion with the most recent update.


Program

Time Topics Speaker / Instructor
13.00 – 13.20 Acute Heart Failure
Pathopysiology and Clinical Spectrum
Dian Zamroni, MD
13.20 – 13.40 Hemodynamic Skill Assessment in Acute Critical Care
- Non invasive vs Invasive
- Non invasive modalities options
- Integration of Clinical and Data interpretation
Vidya Gilang Rejeki, MD
13.40 – 14.00 Swan-Ganz catheter: Assembling, technical issue, monitoring and common pitfalls Vienna Rossimarina, MD
14.00 – 14.20 Tips and Tricks Management of Left & Right Heart Failure in Acute Critical Care
- Fluid management and preload optimization
- Role of inotropic & Inodilator
- Timing for PA dilator
- Effect of positive pressure in RV (Heart- Lung interaction)
Irmalita, MD
14.20 – 14.40 Acute RV Failure & Pulmonary Hypertension>
- Causes for Acute RV failure & PH
- Diagnostic for Acute RV failure and PH
Hendry Bagaswoto, MD
14.40 – 15.00 Cardiogenic Shock: From Medical to Device Management
- Staging & Classification of Cardiogenic Shock
- Early management for cardiogenic shock
- Devices available for Cardiogenic Shock
- When do we need mechanical circulatory support
Bambang Widyantoro, MD
15.00 – 16.00 Case
- How hemodynamic monitoring can affects therapy
- Hemodynamic monitoring comparison: LIDCO, Echo, Swanganz
- Superiority of Each non invasive hemodynamic monitoring
All Speakers

Course Director : Vidya Gilang Rejeki, MD
Participant Category : Cardiologist, Other Specialist, Cardiology Resident, Other Resident, General Practitioner
Participants Limit : 100 participants