ICU portfolio and educational support highlighted at international meeting

Getinge, a global provider of innovative medical technology, has announced its continuous commitment to the International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM).

“As a major sponsor, Getinge will take the opportunity to present intensive care unit (ICU) products focusing on ICU ventilation, extracorporeal life support (ECLS) and advanced monitoring devices," said Markus Stirner-Schilling, senior director, Acute Care Therapies, Global Commercial Operations.

"Getinge will also participate and sponsor educational activities including two symposia. Also new this year, visitors can pre-book hands-on sessions for ECMO and ventilation and also participate in the simulation centre.”

The symposia; “Can we do better for ARDS patients” will take place on Wednesday March 20th and the second symposia on “current dilemma between evidence based vs. personalized medicine” will take place the following day, Thursday 21 March 2019.

It is anticipated that more than 6000 physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals with a focus on critical care or emergency medicine, from over 100 countries worldwide will attend this international meeting.

ISICEM takes place from 19 - 22 March 2019 at Square, Brussels Meeting Centre, Brussels, Belgium.


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