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Webinar: AIMES - Crossing Borders with Michael Broomé

Webinar title: “Cardiovascular real-time simulation as individualized clinical decision support in cardiology and intensive care”

Time: Wed 2022-01-26 10.00 - 11.00

Location: Zoom

Speaker:
Michael Broomé
ECMO Intensive Care, Karolinska University Hospital
Affiliated to Karolinska Institutet & KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Register at: survey.ki.se/Survey/28590

We will send you the meeting ID for Zoom via email.

Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors
AIMES - Center for the Advancement of Integrated Medical & Engineering Sciences

www.aimes.se

We are happy to welcome Michael Broomé to give a talk with the following abstract:

Intensive care in severe and complex cardiovascular disease constitutes a combination of drugs, surgery, and MedTech support devices. The aim is to optimize blood flow and oxygen delivery to the tissues in order to avoid secondary organ damage while the heart and lungs are recovering. Every patient is different with varying combinations of left and right heart failure, valve disease and vascular changes. It is impossible to choose treatment solely based on randomized controlled trials. Cardiovascular simulation is a new tool within the larger framework of personalized medicine with a potential to change decision making in future clinical medicine. The real-time simulation model Aplysia CardioVascular Lab is presented as a state-of-the-art tool for analyzing and treating complex cardiovascular and pulmonary disease in children and adults.

Further information

survey.ki.se/Survey/28590

Contact

Linda Thörn

E-mail

linda.thorn@ki.se