Welcome to the #BigSick20 landing page.
You’ll find most of the lecture content here for free.
Parts of the airway session and all of the trauma session is missing because the conference venue had issues with internet upload speeds. Also, a few speakers declined to be live streamed. We will upload the missing sessions and maybe a few more edited talks as soon as possible.
In its current form it is just the live streams from youtube for those who want to share or rewatch the talks early. Live is rarely perfect, please forgive some feed issues here and there including less than perfect audio. We will release the talks in better quality as separate videos as soon as time allows. It’ll all be on this same page, so keep checking back.
Please find the discussion at #bigsick20 on twitter and feel free to comment there and on youtube during the conference.
Find the conference site with programme and speaker bios here: https://tbs20.org/
Fluid therapy 1
01.21 Rob Mac Sweeney: Overview of scientific evidence for fluid resuscitation (sorry to Rob for less than ideal feed – wait for better version)
35.10 Jon-Émile Kenny: Prone position and the right ventricle
01.10.36 Peter Bentzer: The role of albumin in resuscitation of the critically ill
Fluid therapy 2
00.52 Thomas Woodcock: Fluid Physiology in Resuscitation Practice
30.34 John Silversides: De-resuscitation
Airway management in critical care
- Michael Selz Kristensen
- Søren Steeman Rudolph
- Wendy Teoh
- Michael Friis Tvede
As stated above, this session feed is of poor quality until it dies completely at 46min, not half way through.
We’ll leave this first part here for an impression of what will follow.
- 01:25 Hans Van Schuppen: Citizen response in Cardiac Arrest
- 27:08 Lionel Lamhaut: Smartphone and technology will save more life than EMS
- 58:32 Alice Hutin: Prehospital ECPR for refractory OHCA
- 01:33:09 Bernd Böttiger: Kids save lives
- 00:26: MJ Slabbert: VUCA leadership in HECTIC environments
- 28:28: Vibeke Svennum: Burnout – When healthcare hurts
- 51:31: Vahe Ender: Blank spots on the map – in the pursuit of excellence
Extreme medicine 1/2
- 00:46 Tim Harris: The assessment of left ventricular function (for resuscitation)
- 32:11 Carlos Pilasi Menichetti: Trauma and emergency surgery in extreme settings
The session also included Mathieu Pasquier and Tomasz Darocha. We may be able to post edited versions later.
EXTREME MEDICINE 2/2
- 03:55:00 Andrew Merelman: Avoiding apnoea – Ketamine-only breathing intubation
- 01:08:55:00 Matthieu Komorowski: Living on the edge – extreme life support
Long pause screen in between those during talk that was not fit for online distribution.
We apologise for the problems with mics and AV tech during the beginning of both of these talks.