Re-balancing coagulation function in surgical settings

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Major surgeries often lead to coagulation derangements and excessive bleeding, necessitating effective management strategies. This symposium will offer a comprehensive insight into managing coagulopathy in critically ill surgical patients, addressing the complexities of bleeding management. It will explore the latest advancements and patient-centered practices in managing surgical bleeding and coagulation, offering invaluable insights for healthcare professionals.

Join us to delve into the challenges, causative factors, and cutting-edge approaches to address coagulopathy in surgical settings.

Symposium programme

Tuesday 19th of March, 12:30 - 13:30 CET



Welcome and Introduction

Nicole Juffermans (The Netherlands)

Beyond Bleeding: Precision Medicine for Personalized Patient Care

Nicole Juffermans (The Netherlands)

Facing bleeding challenges in cardiac surgery

Keyvan Karkouti (Canada)

Bleeding Management in Liver Transplantation - Can We Strike a Balance?

Kenichi Tanaka (United States)

Panel discussion and Q&A

Meet the Speakers

Prof. Dr. Nicole Juffermans

Department of Intensive Care Medicine, OLVG Hospital, Amsterdam. Principal investigator, Laboratory of Experimental Intensive Care and Anesthesiology (L.E.I.C.A.), Amsterdam University Medical. The Netherlands.

Prof. Dr. Keyvan Karkouti

Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Management, University Health Network Sinai Health System Women's College Hospital, Toronto, Canada.

Prof. Dr. Kenichi Tanaka, MD, MSc

Professor and Chair, Department of Anaesthesiology University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, United States

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