The distiguished scientific faculty and lecturers of the Nijmegen MeetingPoint 2015 conference

Using physiology to personalize mechanical ventilation

29/07/2015

Over 200 intensive care clinicians and scientists from 23 different countries around the world gathered at the Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen, Netherlands for a two-day meeting, following the popular success of the first MeetingPoint program in 2012.

The scientific program for this year’s meeting focused on the physiological concepts related to mechanical ventilation, and personalization of respiratory support for intensive care patients of all ages. The distinguished faculty included well-known profiles in intensive care from Belgium, Canada,
France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States.

Recorded lectures from the meeting are accessible upon registration on http://www.ventquest.ca/conference-videos/meetingpoint2015/.

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