Scientific Presentations of the Critical Care Canada Forum 2018

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Plenary Session – ECMO Bayesian Analysis
Moderators: D Scales, M Tucci
Grand EAST
7:30-7:45 Was the EOLIA Trial Really Negative? A Bayesian Re-analysis E Goligher
7:45-7:50 Editorial Comment G Rubenfeld
7:50-8:00 Questions & Discussion
Plenary Session: The (Canadian) History of Critical Care
Moderators: A Fox-Robichaud, L Brochard
Grand EAST
8:00-8:15 60 years ago – Adult Critical Care at TGH B Fairley
8:15-8:30 50 years ago – Pediatric Critical Care at SickKids G Barker
8:30-8:45 30 years ago – The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group J Marshall
8:45-9:00 Today – An Endowed Professorship in Critical Care Medicine B Fairley, T Hanson
Moderators: D Brodie, L Del Sorbo
Grand EAST
9:00-9:15 EOLIA Results & Implications A Combes
9:15-9:30 Anticoagulation for Extracorporeal Circulation G Annich
9:30-9:45 ECMO – Inflammation and coagulation – an unholy alliance J Fraser
9:45-10:00 Are Longterm Outcomes Impacted by ECMO? C Hodgson
Sepsis III
Moderators: K Walley, A Leligdowicz
9:00-9:15 Mortality prediction in sepsis, back to the bench H Wong
9:15-9:30 Obesity paradox in sepsis K Walley
9:30-9:45 Biomarkers for Sepsis: Are we there yet? A Fox-Robichaud
9:45-10:00 Microbiome and critical illness J Bubeck-Wardenberg
Clinical Research
Moderators: K Burns, T Stelfox
Grand WEST
9:00-9:15 On the importance of pilot trials D Cook
9:15-9:30 Predictive validity to define ICU syndromes G Rubenfeld
9:30-9:45 Attributable fraction of sepsis and trial design? M Shankar-Hari
9:45-10:00 Integrating research, quality improvement, and clinical care J Marshall
Sleep & Sedation
Moderators: K Fiest, G Mehta
Sheraton AB
9:00-9:15 Early sedation in acute respiratory failure C Hough
9:15-9:30 Comfort without sedation G Mehta
9:30-9:45 Is sleep deprivation an important problem in the ICU? K Bosma
9:45-10:00 Promoting sleep in the ICU – Melatonin and more L Burry
10:00-10:30 AM BREAK
Mechanical Ventilation – Monitoring & More
Moderators: M Herridge, M Detsky
Grand EAST
10:30-10:50 Monitoring of mechanical ventilation J-C Richard
10:50-11:10 Lung ultrasound plus SpO2 vs chest X-ray plus PaO2 M Schultz
11:10-11:30 Using extravascular lung water in lung transplants L Munshi
11:30-11:50 Airway closure: rediscovering the pressure volume curve L Brochard
11:50-12:00 Discussion
End-of-Life Care
Moderators: D Cook, O Smith
10:30-10:35 Oral Abstract: Mechanical Ventilation and Dementia C Borjaille
10:40-11:00 Requests for futile or potentially inappropriate treatment D White
11:00-11:20 Physicians as patients at end-of-life R Fowler
11:20-11:40 Automated tools to help advance care planning J Downar
11:40-12:00 Death and Dying in the PICU C Parshuram
Education & Knowledge Translation
Moderators: D Piquette, S Dev
Grand WEST
10:30-10:50 Critical care ultrasound: How to build a training program R Arntfield
10:50-11:10 The fuzzy concept of entrustment: Implications for CBME D Piquette
11:10-11:30 How to translate science into better patient care T Stelfox
11:30-11:50 Frank Rutletdge Award Lecture P Cardinal
11:50-12:00 Discussion
Moderators: E Wilcox, L Burry
Sheraton AB
10:30-10:50 Pathophysiology of ICU acquired delirium G Boyd
10:50-11:10 Novel ICU delirium detection strategies K Fiest
11:10-11:30 Effective pharmacological delirium prevention Y Skrobik
11:30-11:50 Novel approaches to restraints in the ICU R Stapleton
11:50-12:00 Discussion
Plenary Address – CIHR-CCCS Distinguished Lecture in Critical Care
Moderators: A Fox-Robichaud, D Cook
Grand EAST
12:00-12:30 The Art and Science of Collaboration J Marshall
12:30-13:30 LUNCH
Sick Kids Alumni – Part 1
Moderators: P Cox, G Barker
13:30–13:45 My Critical Care Journey C Balit
13:45–14:00 Disasters & Delivery M Halberthal
14:00-14:15 Tall tales and true from a legendary past S Shemie
14:15–15:00 A Critical Care Journey J Ong
14:15–15:00 Fellowship – What was and is it M Mérat
Alumni including: Drs. Corrine Balit, Michèle Mérat, Oliver Ross, Jackie Ong
Microbiome & Viruses
Moderators: M Klompas, A Kumar
Sheraton AB
13:30-13:50 The pulmonary microbiome in pneumonia M Schultz
13:50-14:10 The role of viruses in severe respiratory infections M Klompas
14:10-14:30 Vaccines and infection prevention in the ICU J Bubeck-Wardenberg
14:30-14:50 CMV in the ICU: ignore, prevent, or treat? R Stapleton
14:50-15:00 Discussion
“The Fifth Element” – The future of point-of-care ultrasound in acute care medicine – PART 1
Moderators: R Arntfield, M Meineri
Grand WEST
13:30-13:50 Point-of-care ultrasound in perioperative medicine M Meineri
13:50-14:10 The Future, Present, and Past of ECHO in Critical Care G Douflé
14:10-14:30 The future of lung ultrasound in critical care A Goffi
14:30-14:50 Ultrasound and precision medicine in resuscitation P Bertini
14:50-15:00 Discussion
Treatments and Targets in ARDS
Moderators: L Brochard, C Hodgson
Grand EAST
13:30-13:50 Role of NIV in ARDS G Bellani
13:50-14:10 To Prone or to Cannulate? D Brodie
14:10-14:30 Optimizing Driving Pressure M Amato
14:30-14:50 Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Immunocompromised Patients L Munshi
14:50-15:00 Discussion
15:00-15:30 PM BREAK
SIck Kids Alumni Part 2
Moderators: S Schwartz, D Bohn
15:30–15:45 PNOE – Friends of Children in Intensive Care J Papadatos
15:30 A Critical Care Journey S Nakagawa
15:45–16:00 Pediatric Critical Care across Hemispheres L Shekerdemian
16:00–16:15 Delivery of Critical Care Outside the CCU K Morris
16:15-17:00 A Critical Care Journey T Schepens, A Haenecour
Alumni including: Drs. Satoshi Nakagawa, Paul Jameson, Astrid Haenecour, Tom Schepens
Caring for Staff and Families
Moderators: D White, S Dev
Grand EAST
15:30-15:50 Solutions to burnout and psychological distress D Costa
15:50-16:10 Moral Distress, Depersonalization and Uncertainty in the ICU C Parshuram
16:10-16:30 Results and Reflections from the PARTNER Trial D White
16:30-16:50 Family Outcomes after Critical illness: Our Responsibility? M Herridge
16:50-17:00 Discussion
“The Fifth Element” – The future of point-of-care ultrasound in acute care medicine – PART 2
Moderators: M Meineri, A Goffi
Grand WEST
15:30-15:50 Artificial Intelligence & POCUS N Pagoulatos
15:50-16:05 PRO: resuscitative ultrasound is an essential skill R Arntfield
16:05-16:20 CON: resuscitative ultrasound is not so essential S Magder
16:20-16:30 Rebuttal and Questions
16:30-17:00 POCUS Cases A Goffi; M Meineri