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    La Pitié-Salpêtrière Cardiology Institute of Paris will organize next June to the 9th International PARIS TCS-ECMO Congress!

    This Congress will feature the latest evidence on temporary organ support devices for advanced cardiac and respiratory failure.

    A specific congress track will be dedicated to Temporary Circulatory Support (TCS) devices, that are increasingly used by interventional cardiologists to treat cardiogenic shock due to acute myocardial infarction and end-stage cardiac failure.

    The congress will also provide state-of–the-art discussions on the indications and results of extracorporeal gas exchange techniques (venovenous ECMO and ECCO2R) for acute respiratory failure.

    Cardiologists and particularly interventional cardiologists, heart surgeons, pulmonologists, intensivists, emergency physicians, anesthesiologists, respiratory therapists, perfusionnists, nurses will have the unique opportunity to discuss with world key opinion leaders all theoretical and practical management aspects of these emerging and very promising technologies

    Hope to see you in Paris next June!

    Program committee

    N. Aissaoui — J.-P. Collet — A. Combes — G. Lebreton — P. Leprince – G. Montalescot — C. Mossadegh — C. Spaulding

    This year congress will offer opinion leaders’ conferences on major ECMO and TCS topics!

    Cardiac TCS track:

    • PCI in cardiogenic shock, results and discussion of the CULPRIT Shock trial
    • Catheter based TCS, an update of Impella and PHP results
    • TCS for acute right heart failure, When? How? And for which patients?
    • The latest ESC guidelines for STEMI: implications for the care of acute cardiogenic shock patients.
    • Organization of a level-1 acute cardiac care center: regionalization and networking
    • ECMO to rescue lethal pulmonary embolism
    • Prime time results of a multicenter trial of ECMO for refractory septic shock
    • TCS-ECMO in patients with post-cardiac arrest cardiogenic shock
    • Presentation of the latest series of ECMO for refractory cardiac arrest

     

    Respiratory track, extracorporeal gas exchange:

    • Prime time results of the EOLIA trial: VV-ECMO in severe ARDS
    • The future of ECMO for acute respiratory failure: implication of EOLIA results
    • Optimizing extracorporeal gas exchange at the bedside
    • Prime time results of the SUPERNOVA pilot trial in moderate ARDS
    • Update on the UK REST trial of ECCO2R for acute respiratory failure
    • What should be the design of the next ECCO2R trial in ARDS?
    • The latest about ECCO2R for COPD patients
    • The long-term artificial and portable lung: ready for prime time?
    • Mobilization and rehabilitation of patients on extracorporeal gas exchange
    • Meet the ECMONet founders… And join the group to help design and conduct future trials