Intensive Care: Challenges and Opportunities in Caring for Critically Ill is an international conference organized by the Polish Society of Interdisciplinary Intensive Care Medicine. The 6th edition was held in April 2019 in Kraków, Poland.
As in previous years, lectures in English are shared free of charge by the McMaster Textbook of Internal Medicine. Follow the links below to access presentations from the last conference. You can also click here to browse the entire archive.
Additional information about the conference, available in Polish, can be found here.
Evidence-based sepsis management in 2019 by Dr Waleed Ahazzani (McMaster University, Canada)
Re-evaluate and adjust: Dynamic management of patients with sepsis by Dr Andrew Rhodes (St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK)
Blood transfusion in critically ill by Dr Anders Perner (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Less is more in ICU: A general theme by Dr Anders Perner (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Fluids in intensive care: Which, how much, how to measure our goals? by Dr Andrew Rhodes (St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK)