SICS @ ESICM LIVES BERLIN 2019

Our team is joining ESICM and we will present results of both SICS-I and SICS-II.

See below where you can find us!

Oral presentations 

Non-invasive blood pressure measurements versus invasive blood pressure measurements in critically ill patients with shock

Session Title:                   CD – Haemodynamic monitoring
Session Date:                  9/30/2019
Presentation Time:          10:40
Session Room:                Glasgow

Signs of venous congestion and Acute Kidney Injury in critically ill patients: a SICS-II substudy

Session Title:                   AKI – Epidemiology and early diagnosis
Session Date:                  10/1/2019
Presentation Time:          10:25
Session Room:                Geneva

Poster presentations 

Caregiver predictions of in-hospital mortality of the critically ill – a multidisciplinary study

Session Title:                 HSRO / TEM – Predicting outcome: Influenceable variables
Session Date:                 10/2/2019
Presentation Time:        09:52
Poster Corner:               Area Leipzig
Feasibility of renal ultrasound in critically ill patients: a SICS-II substudy

Session Title:                 HSRO – Concomitants condition and their influence on outcome
Session Date:                 10/1/2019
Presentation Time:        15:10
Poster Corner:               Area Düsseldorf

Should a probe replace your stethoscope? Auscultation and ultrasound for interstitial syndrome

Session Title:                 HSRO – Concomitants condition and their influence on outcome
Session Date:                 10/1/2019
Presentation Time:        15:17
Poster Corner:               Area Düsseldorf

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