Theme: New Innovative Opportunities to Allow Patient Engagement



ME Conferences is happy to announce the coming “14th International Conference on Anesthesiology and Critical  Care” scheduled throughout April 04-05, 2021 in Amesterdam, Netherlands.

Critical Care 2021 will be an online event targeting on the core understanding and key developments within the ever-expanding field of Anesthesiology by fascinating specialists on a world scale.

The theme of Critical Care 2021 “New Innovative Opportunities to allow Patient Engagement” aims at proclaiming information and distribution of recent ideas among the professionals, industrialists, researchers, and students from the exploration space of physiological condition, medical care medication, crucial medical specialty, and pain medication.

This conference is concerning the medical fields involved with the whole perioperative maintenance of patients before, throughout and once surgery. This conference can produce a world platform to seek out out current developments and up to date enhancements within the field of crucial physiological condition and physiological condition alertness. This conference gathers all the data concerning medical techniques, square measure mentioned by key note speakers of worldwide noted skilled surgeons, scientists, professors. This conference are distribute recent concepts in treatment and new techniques in physiological condition. it's a so much analysis current session that states this problems within the large fields of physiological condition. the previous surgeries are mentioned, relatively which will accomplish improvement within the treatment.

Why to attend?

  • Overall providing opportunities – Professional expansion for fellows and student in this field.
  • Get latest information on Molecular Medicine trends.
  • Acquire best practices that you can adapt to.
  • Explore new and emerging technologies.
  • Share new challenges and solutions within your professional community.
  • Learn about new products and services in your field to increase your productivity.
  • Connects professionals across the world to discuss new developments.
  • Generating insights beyond boundaries.

Target Audience:

  • Anesthesiologists
  • Emergency physicians
  • Pulmonologists
  • Trauma coordinators
  • Thoracic surgeons
  • Cardiologists
  • Respiratory oncologists
  • Radiologists
  • General surgeons
  • Surgical residents
  • Trauma nurses
  • Medical companies
  • Physicians
  • Scientists
  • Professors
  • Medical students
  • Researchers


TRACK 1: Anesthesia, Trauma and Critical Care

Appropriate care of the severely hurt patient will require the improvement of a new anesthesia specialist. The trauma anesthesiologist, like the cardiovascular anesthesiologist, must become extremely familiar with one’s disease. The anesthesiologist who manages patients with traumatic disease must become a professional in critical care, high-risk anesthesia training, and emergency resuscitation of the trauma patient.

  • Trauma Anesthesiologist
  • Cardiovascular Anesthesiologist
  • Medical Trauma

TRACK 2: Types of Anesthesia

Anesthesia is the administration of medication to allow medicinal processes to be done without pain and, in some cases, without the patient being up during the process. It's used in an extensive range of procedures, from invasive surgeries like open-heart surgery to small procedures comprising of tooth extraction and many others. There are four different types of anesthesia.

TRACK 3: Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

Anesthesiology is the medicinal specialty concerned with the total perioperative carefulness of patients before, during and after surgery. It incorporates anesthesiacritical care medicine, critical emergency medicine and pain medicine.Pain Medicine is a division of medication that practices an interdisciplinary technique for reducing the pain and improving the quality of life of those alive with chronic pain. 

  • Opioid analgesics
  • Morphine
  • Opioids

TRACK 4: Ambulatory Anesthesia

Ambulatory anesthesia is an early proponent of reducing opioids and making use of multimodal therapy for pain control and PONV treatment. The improved recovery protocols currently popular for inpatient processes that emphasize early release and same-day ambulation and oral intake are a flawless example of the ambulatory philosophy taken to the next level.

  • Ambulatory Surgical Procedures
  • Anesthesia
  • Patient Safety
  • Patient Selection

TRACK 5: Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

Pulmonary critical care, or critical care medicine, is a specific field of emergency medicine that focuses on patients suffering from wounds and diseases of the lung or pulmonary system, which includes the trachea, diaphragm, and related structures. The main objective of critical care medicine is to calm down patients suffering from pulmonary conditions that are affecting their ability to breathe.

TRACK 6:Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Emergency medicine is a medicinal field involving care for undifferentiated, unscheduled patients with critical illnesses or injuries that require instant medical care and intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is a division of medicine that helps in the process diagnosis and management of life-threatening situations which requires sophisticated organ support and invasive monitoring.

TRACK 7:Anesthetic Implications and Management

Anesthesiologists must sustain a high index of suspicion for complications such as gas embolism, extraperitoneal insufflation and surgical emphysema, pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum. That’s why balanced anesthesia with inhalational anesthetics, opioids and neuromuscular blockers are used in general anesthesia for abdominal surgical process. Endotracheal intubation as well as Laryngeal Mask Airway can be used for airway regulator. 

TRACK 8:Anesthesia Issues in Central Nervous System Disorders

Age-associated or disease-induced alterations in the CNS can strongly alter numerous aspects of brain structure, biochemistry, and function. Such maladaptive ups and downs in the brain can render it more and more vulnerable to the effects of numerous anesthetics. The choice of appropriate anesthesia medications and protocol is compulsory, particularly in individuals with pre-existing CNS disorders, so as to maximize anesthesia proficiency, avoid occurrence of adverse events, and ensure patient safety. 

  • Neurosurgical Procedures
  • Clinical Relevance of Central Nervous System Processes and Modulation
  • Preclinical Research in Anesthesiology

TRACK 9:Dental Anesthesia

In Dentistry, lidocaine is mostly used as local anesthetic. Lidocaine's half-life in the frame is about 1.5–2 hours. Lidocaine is generally used in dental procedures to numb the part round a tooth. Other local anesthetic agents in present-day use include articaine bupivacaine, prilocaine, and mepivacaine.

TRACK 10:Implications of Pharmacogenomics for Anesthesia Providers

By increasing the knowledge base of anesthesia providers, pharmacogenomic considerations have the probability to develop therapeutic outcomes and individualize drug therapy, while evading toxic effects and treatment failure. However, since pharmacogenomics may not entirely explain inconsistency in drug response, implementation must be in conjunction with traditional anesthesia considerations.

  • Drug Therapy
  • Drug Variability
  • Pharmacogenetics

TRACK 11:Practical Emergency Airway Management

Forestalling and identifying respiratory decompensation is the major stage in emergency airway management. Medical practitioner must be accustomed with the indications and procedures for airway intervention and how to anticipate a tough airway. The basic method comprises assuring airway patency, protection from aspiration, and providing adequate oxygenation and ventilation. 

  • Ventilation
  • Airway Management
  • Respiratory Decompensation

TRACK 12:Spinal Anesthesia

Spinal anesthesia, also named as spinal block, subarachnoid block, intradural block and intrathecal block, is a type of neuraxial regional anesthesia containing the injection of a local anaesthetic or opioid into the subarachnoid space, usually through a fine needle, typically 9 cm (3.5 in) long.

  • Spinal Block
  • Neuraxial Regional Anesthesia
  • Subarachnoid Block

TRACK 13:Pediatric and Geriatric Anesthesia

Pediatric anesthesia make sure neonates, infants, and children take nontoxic anesthesia that keeps them relaxed during surgical and diagnostic procedures. Geriatric anesthesia is the division of medicine that studies anesthesia methodology in elderly.

  • Pediatric Anesthesia
  • Geriatric Anesthesia
  • Nontoxic Anesthesia

TRACK 14:Anesthetics and Analgesics

Anesthesia means "loss of sensation". Medicines that cause anesthesia are named as anesthetics. Anesthetics are used during trials and surgical operations to numb feeling in certain parts of the body or induce sleep. Analgesia is pain relief without loss of awareness and without whole loss of sensation or movement.

  • Anesthesia
  • Analgesia
  • Anesthetics

TRACK 15:Anesthesia Technology and Monitoring

Anesthetic monitoring helps measure the patients' situation whilst under anesthesia. This may comprise electrocardiography (ECG), blood pressure and oxygen saturation devices. The monitoring of further parameters such as anesthesia depth monitors might also be essential.

  • Electrocardiography
  • Anesthesia Monitoring
  • Blood Pressure

TRACK 16:Anesthesia Equipment

General anesthesia does not constantly need the anesthetic machine, tested daily, as basic equipment. Anesthesia machines may vary in look, size and degree of complexity. It is imperative that vital medical pipeline gas supply, nitrous oxide and air, are safeguarded firmly to the machine, and readily accessible without any obstacles, faults or pressure leaks.

  • General Anesthesia
  • Ventilation
  • Peripheral Nerve Simulator





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