Lectures 2015: Video

Video

Consciousness and responsiveness:
lessons from anaesthesia and the vegetative state

Steven Laureys
Professor, Coma Science Group, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège, Belgium

Mac extended: the nsri – the noxious stimulus response index

Martin Luginbühl
Professor, Chefarzt, Institut für anästhesiologie Tiefenau-Ziegler, Switzerland

Cortical electrical phenomena: qCON, qNOX

Erik Weber Jensen
Medical engineer, phD, Technical university & chief scientific officer, Quantium Medical, Barcelona, Spain

Subcortical phenomena: the ANI - the Analgesia Nociception Index

Emmanuel Boselli
Edouard Herriot hospital, Lyon, France

Intra-operatively: the SmartPilot/NSRI, ANI, qCON/qNOX, BIS or entropy

Rik Carette
OLV Aalst Hospital Aalst, Belgium

Titrating opioids towards emergence: imagined or displayed? 

Ross Kennedy
Clinical associate professor, University of Otago, Christchurch, New Zealand

Gas-exchange based noninvasive continuous cardiac output monitoring

Philip Peyton
Associate professor, Austin hospital, Melbourne, Australia

Long term sedation with inhaled agents in the ICU: close, closer - closed!
lessons learned from Anaconda

Peter Sackey
Associate professor, Karolinska university, Solna, Sweden

Do HME filters during low flow anesthesia make sense? 

Antony Wilkes
PhD on breathing system filters, 2004, University of Wales, College of Medicine, UK

Recycling inhaled agents - and the broader perspective

James Berry
Professor of anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA

How the fraction of rebreathing defines machine,
COabsorbent, and agent use efficiency


Jan Hendrickx
OLV Hospital, Aalst, Belgium

Coasting coming of age: making macawake work while minimizing agent usage 

Andre de Wolf
Professor of anesthesiology, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA

 The last 5 minutes:N2O and chronic pain: did enigma give us the answer?

Philip Peyton
Associate professor, Austin Hospital, Melbourne, Australia