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Management of airway emerging problems

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2000 L.E

150$

 Head of the Course:

Name: Dr. Hussein Elkhayat

Title: associate professor of cardiothoracic surgery, ATLS and CTLS instructor

Institution: assiut university, Egypt

Moderator of the Course:

Name: Dr. Shimaa mohammed

Title: assistant lecturer of pediatrics

Institution: Alex. University, Egypt

Other Trainers:

Name: Dr. Dieaaeldin M. Tamer

Title: consultant of pediatrics, BLS and PALS instructor

Institution: Assiut University, Egypt

Name: Dr. shimaa abbas

Title: consultant of anesthesia, ACLS, CTLS and PALS instructor

Institution: Assiut University, Egypt

Name: Dr. Mohammed Farouk

Title: assistant lecturer of cardiothoracic surgery, ATLS instructor

Institution: Assiut University, Egypt

Duration of Course: 5 hours

Target Candidates

This Course is directed to

– Junior doctors

– Pediatricians

– General practitioners

– ER doctors

– Intensive care personnel

Goal of the Course

This course will provide attendees with basic skills to deal with pediatric emergency especially for young doctors in PICU.

Intended Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, attendees will acquire the following knowledge, skills and attitudes:

Knowledge

– learn how to suspect and how to deal with airway problems in pediatric age

– when and how you need to insert an interosseous line

– Learn the indication for insertion and removal of chest tube

– Choosing the right size for your patients

Skills 

-Airway management in Pediatrics including difficult airway management whether in P.I.C.U., Emergency department or intraoperative

– Step by step approach for safe application for chest tube

–  how to insert an interosseous line

Positive attitude

– how to suspect airway problems in pediatric age

– When to call a thoracic surgeon

 Number of attendees: 20


Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Ultrasound (PNCU)

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6000 L.E

400 $

Head of the Course:

Name: Dr. Sameh R Ismail

Title: Consultant Pediatric and Neonatal Cardiac Intensive care

Institution: National Guard Hospital- Riyadh – KSA

Moderator of the Course:

Name: Dr. Enrico Storti

Title: Consultant Pediatric Emergency

Institution: Italy

Duration of Course: Two days course (16 hours)

CME credit points: Applied to EACCME

Target Candidates

This Course is directed to Pediatric and neonatal intensive care, Emergency medicine, Anesthesia, physicians.

Goal of the Course

This course will provide attendees with the concept of the new trend of using critical care ultrasound in diagnosing and managing critically ill pediatrics and neonates. This includes ultrasound of the lung, heart, abdomen, vascular, brain …etc.

Intended Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, attendees will acquire the following knowledge, skills and attitudes:

Basic level of critical care ultrasound …

Knowledge How to use the ultrasound in critical care areas.

Skills handling the ultrasound probe, acquiring images, and doing ultrasound guided procedures.

Positive attitude: To know the big difference between the blind old approach and the ultrasound guided management approach.

Number of attendees:  15 TO 20 MAXIMUMS (only two instructors)


Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing: Basic Principles and Practice

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350 L.E

50$

 Head of the Course:

Name: Ibrahim M. El-akkary

Title: Professor

Institution: Medical Research Institute – University of Alexandria

Moderator of the Course:

Name: Mervat El-Seweify – Maha Shoukry – Mohamed El-ghazali

Title: Professor

Institution: Medical Research Institute – University of Alexandria

Other Trainers:

Name: Ola Salama – Marwa Moaaz – Islam Abbas – Noran Abdelhalim

Title: Dr.

Institution: Medical Research Institute – University of Alexandria

 Duration of Course: 2 hours

Target Candidates

This Course is directed to:

  • Clinicians specialized in Respiratory Medicine, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Anesthetics, Surgery.
  • Respiratory Physiologists.
  • Respiratory Therapists and other healthcare professionals leading/assisting and/or interpreting a cardio-pulmonary exercising testing service.
  • Students and Trainees in the above specialties.

Goal of the Course

This course will provide attendees with comprehensive understanding of the physiological basis of exercise testing, to identify the indications and the protocols used in clinical settings as well as to identify the interpretative strategies required to provide a quality assured full cardio-pulmonary exercise testing service.

Intended Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, attendees will acquire the following knowledge, skills and attitudes:

Knowledge:

  • Understand the normal cardiac and respiratory physiological responses to exercise in the context of exercise protocols.
  • Recognize safe practice, contraindications to testing and when the test should be
  • Ensure the delivery of a quality assured service.
  • Knowledge of interpretative strategies based on the reason for referral.
  • Describe the typical response profiles observed in different cardio-respiratory diseases.

Skills:

  • Perform an exercise test from pre-setup, protocol selection based on the referral, setting up the patient, running the test, test termination, collection of appropriate data ready for analysis.
  • Generate an effective report based on the reason for referral
  • Bring the test to the real clinical world: interactive interpretation through use of real-life case studies.
  • Evaluate the effects of therapeutic interventions.

 Positive attitude:

  • Develop skills of observation.
  • Develop critical thinking
  • Develop culture of sharing information with others.
  • Think independently and as part of a team to solve different clinical cases

 Number of attendees: 20

Training Methods:

  • Lectures
  • Small-group tutorials
  • Case presentations
  • Panel discussion
Agenda
Time Topic Trainer
30 minutes CPET an overview: indications, equipment and methodology. Dr. Islam Abbas
30 monutes Exercise physiology: the metabolic, ventilatory and cardiovascular response to incremental exercise. Prof. Ibrahim El-Akkary
30 minutes CPET interpretation: key variables, response patterns, tips and pitfalls. Dr. Marwa Moaaz
30 minutes Interactive clinical case studies Dr. Ola Salama

Dr. Noran Abdelhalim


NIV/ LTV (Royal College )

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Price

 2000 L.E

150$

Speakers:

Rania Abo Samar

Marwa Farag

Mohamed Ezzat


OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA: FROM EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE

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Price

4000 L.E

300$

Speakers:

David Gozel

Target Audience

Sleep physicians, pulmonary physicians, cardiology physicians, pulmonary, critical care, cardiology and sleep fellows, nurses and all allied health professionals taking care of OSA patients, OSA researchers, graduate and postgraduate students

Objectives

At the conclusion of this session, the participant will be able to:

  • describe the pathophysiological effects of OSA on the metabolic and cardiovascular system including autonomic, inflammatory and oxidative stress mechanisms;
  • better understand the cardiovascular complications of OSA and the epidemiological evidence that links OSA with various metabolic and CVD outcomes;
  • describe the effects of treatment for OSA on metabolic and cardiovascular outcomes based on evidence from the clinical trials as well as the management of OSA with regard to primary and secondary cardiovascular prevention models. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common disorder associated with increased risk for metabolic disorders and cardiovascular diseases (CVD). The first line treatment of OSA is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), which reduces daytime sleepiness and improves quality of life in symptomatic patients. However, the majority of individuals with OSA do not report symptoms, and adherence to CPAP is poor.

This course will examine:

1) the pathophysiological effects of OSA on metabolic disorders and CVD,

2) the evidence linking OSA to metabolic disorders and CVD,

3) the implementation of the results of the clinical trials into practice in this area. Each talk will start with one or two cases with questions on management, and the attendees will be asked to press the right choice on the display. All questions will be answered again and discussed at one of the final sessions before the course evaluation.


Inhalation Therapy

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Price

1000 L.E

100$

Speakers:

Fatma El Gassem

Osama Taha Amer

Hala Gouda


Interventional Bronchoscopy course

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Price

6000 L.E

400$

Speakers:

Peter Pohunek

Pierre Gousard

Juan L. Anton Pacheco

Yasser Mostafa

Mohamed Hantera

Ashraf Madkour

Emad Koraa

Faculty Disclosure
This course aims to develop practical skills and knowledge in the field of interventional bronchoscopy for practitioners who already have a basic level of training. Participants will be provided with further theoretical background, live demonstrations of procedures, and extensive practical sessions with advanced simulation models including animals. During the course, emphasis will be given to TBNA use (conventional, EBUS-TBNA and b-EUS), rigid bronchoscopy, combined therapeutic techniques, stent placement and bronchoscopic lung volume reduction. Participants will receive educational materials electronically prior to the course and are asked to complete and successfully pass online modules before attending the hands-on course. The maximum number of participants for this course is 24.
An application will be made to EACCME for CME accreditation of this event. The number of credits that you will receive corresponds to your attendance during the course. Please note that you need to sign the register of attendance each day to ensure that you receive the CME credits.
Educational Aims
By the end of the course, participants will be able to
• Recognise indications and contra-indications of major bronchoscopic modalities.
• Perform TBNA in major lymph node stations.
• Have knowledge of electrocautery and cryotherapy for endobronchial treatment or biopsies.
• Be familiar with rigid bronchoscopy debulking techniques and stent placement.
• Understand and practice with navigation technologies such as EBUS and electromagnetic navigation.
Target Audience
• Pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons and critical care specialists already familiar with basic bronchoscopic techniques, wishing to acquire in depth knowledge and experience of contemporary interventional bronchoscopic modalities.
• Fellows on pulmonary medicine who see in interventional bronchoscopy an interesting future field of their specialisation and wish to acquire in depth knowledge and practical training.
Format
• Lectures
• Live performances of bronchoscopic modalities on real clinical cases which are going to be projected live in the amphitheatre, commented by expert tutors
• Hands-on workshops on animal models (mechanically ventilated animal lungs) and artificial models


Nebulization: A new challenge for respiratory medication

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Price

1000 L.E

100$

Speakers:

Renato Cutrera

Nader Fasseeh

Fatma Al Jassim


Bronchial hygiene therapy

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Price

250L.E

40$

Speakers:

Joseph Almir

Objectives:

By the end of this workshop program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify indications and uses of lung expansion/airway clearance
  • Describe the evidence supporting ACT techniques and
  • Select a proper bronchial hygiene technique.
  • Experiment with several bronchial hygiene