Friday, March 1, 2019

Cardiogenic Shock – A Multi-Organ System Failure

Defining the Spectrum of Cardiogenic Shock
Cardiogenic Shock in The Advanced Heart Failure Patient
Cardiogenic Shock in the Setting of Fulminant Myocarditis
Cardiogenic Shock in ACS Patients: Insights from Registry Data
Classification of Cardiogenic Shock: Is there a Universal Definition?
Critical Care Management of the Shock Patient
Ventilation Strategies in Cardiogenic Shock—A Cardiologist’s Perspective
Cardio-renal Syndromes
Renal Replacement Therapy in Cardiogenic Shock
Cardio-hepatic Syndrome
Intracranial Syndromes in Cardiogenic Shock

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Mechanical Circulatory Support Devices in Shock

The Failing Heart: The State of the Right Ventricle
The Optimal Support Platform in Shock: VA ECMO
The Optimal Support Platform in Shock: Impella
The Optimal Support Platform in Shock: TandemHeart
The Optimal Support Platform in Shock: Let’s not forget the IABP
Hemodynamics of Device Therapies
Approach to Cardiogenic Shock Management: Should We Fully support then De-Escalate?
Approach to Cardiogenic Shock Management: Tailored Escalation of Support?

Case Presentations and Discussions of Rich Emotional Experiences 1

Cardiogenic Shock From Innovation to Clinical Trials

Challenges in Device Innovation and Development
SIRS Response to Device Therapies from a Biomedical Engineering Perspective
Do Pediatrics respond differently to Device Therapies than Adults?
Blood—Device Interaction in the Shock State
The Economics of Cardiogenic Shock Management
Designing the Ideal Contemporary Cardiogenic Shock Trial

When Things Go South Despite Support

Post Cardiotomy Shock: Best Exit Strategies in the OR
When More Cannulas and Devices are necessary in a VA ECMO Patient: When should we unload the Left Ventricle
When my VA ECMO supported patient is still hypotensive and hypoxic
Continuous low flow alarms and hypotension following LVAD implantation
Post Cardiac Transplant Shock—Optimal Therapies for severe PGD
Adjunct Pharmacotherapies in Device Supported Patients: Does Drug Class Matter?
Medical management of VT Storm in Shock
Ablative therapies of VT Storm in Shock

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Abstracts, Case Presentations and Discussions of Rich Emotional Experiences 2

Pre-Hospital and Post-hospital Shock Management

Essential Components of a Cardiogenic Shock Team
Pre-Hospital EMS Management of Cardiogenic Shock
The Houston Shock Initiative
Management of Cardiogenic Shock in a Non-Shock Center
Non-Device, Non-Pharmacologic Therapies in the Critically Ill Patient