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Pre-Conference Workshops

Friday, 23 August 2019: 2.00pm - 6.00pm

(held in conjunction with 5th Annual Asia-Pacific Conference on Early Mobilization & Rehabilitation in the ICU
CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 

  WORKSHOP 1: How to Ventilate Like an Intensivist
WORKSHOP IS FULLY SUBSCRIBED
   
Facilitators: Azmin Huda Abdul Rahim (Malaysia)
  Wan Daud Wan Kadir (Malaysia)

 

Brief Overview
Basics on mechanical ventilation is crucial in managing the critically ill patients in the Intensive Care Unit. This workshop is designed with the aim to educate junior doctors on knowledge and skills on essential mechanical ventilation based on the most recent evidence and consensus guidelines.

At the end of the workshop, participants are expected to be familiar with various modes of invasive and non- invasive mechanical ventilation. In addition, they should also be confident in managing ventilation in obstructive and restrictive lung diseases.

Programme
1.30pm Registration
2.00pm Basic Modes of Mechanical Ventilation
2.30pm Non-invasive Ventilation
3.00pm Ventilation Strategies in Asthma
3.30pm Tea Break
4.00pm Ventilation Strategies in Acute Repiratory Distress Syndrome
4.30pm Skills Station 1: Modes of Ventilation
5.00pm Skills Station 2: Ventilation Strategies
5.30pm Closing Remarks

 


Friday, 23 August 2019: 2.00pm - 6.00pm

(held in conjunction with 5th Annual Asia-Pacific Conference on Early Mobilization & Rehabilitation in the ICU



  WORKSHOP 2: (A) Management of Home Ventilator Management
(B) Advanced Airway and Chest Secretions Management
WORKSHOP IS FULLY SUBSCRIBED
   
Facilitators: J Balachandran (Singapore)
  Chor Yek Kee (Malaysia)
  Alison Ting (Malaysia)

 

Brief Overview
The improvement of the care in the Intensive Care Unit has reduced the mortality rate and now many previously unsalvageable conditions can now be managed and survived. Some patients require prolonged ventilation and many need tracheostomies.

Several years ago, it was uncommon for a person on a ventilator to live at home. It was thought that people who were not medical personnel did not have the skills necessary to operate this machine. However, times have changed, and it has become important to teach families about ventilator use in the home. With a little training and practice, most people can learn how to care for a person who is on a ventilator and has a tracheostomy at home.

We wish this workshop will give you a brief insight into the aspects of home ventilator and tracheostomy care, especially for those delegates from developing countries.

Programme

1.30pm Registration
2.00pm When to Start Home Respiratory Care and How to Do it?
2.30pm Advanced Airway Clearance and Tracheostomy Care
3.00pm The Challenges of Home Respiratory Care in Sarawak and How We Overcome
3.30pm Tea Break
4.00pm Skills Station 1: Cough Assist and Lung Volume Recruitment
4.30pm Skills Station 2: Home Equipment / Oxygen Therapy Management
5.00pm Skills Station 3: Ventilator Management and Alarm Troubleshooting
5.30pm Closing Remarks

 

IMPORTANT DATES  

Early Bird Registration

30 June 2019

Abstract Submission Deadline

1 June 2019

Notification for Acceptance of Abstract

30 June 2019
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Jointly organised by:

 
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Persatuan Kakitangan Anestesiologi Hospital Umum Sarawak (PEKA-HUS)
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The Asia-Pacific Early Mobilization Network
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Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sarawak General Hospital
 

 

Supported by:

 
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Malaysian Association of Rehabilitation Physicians
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Sarawak State Health Department
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Sarawak Convention Bureau