About this webinar
We now have to live with COVID–19, and optimising patient outcome during this catastrophic healthcare crisis is the number one priority. Patient blood management is a fundamental strategy to improve patient outcomes and should be given high priority in this crisis situation. The aim of this webinar is to provide healthcare providers with information regarding how to apply established principles of patient blood management during the COVID–19 pandemic, including: blood supply and donor management; anaemia diagnosis and treatment; monitoring of Hb and transfusion; and coagulation and thrombosis.
Login will be available from 17:45, but the broadcast will not start until 18:00.
Programme Chair: Prof Andrew Klein, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge
- Why Patient Blood Management is mandatory in the pandemic and beyond
-Dr Axel Hofmann, Institute of Anaesthesiology, University Hospital Zurich, and International Foundation for Patient Blood Management, Switzerland
- Pre-operative and postoperative anaemia without anaemia clinics including diagnosis and treatment of iron deficiency - lessons learnt
- Dr Aryeh Shander, Emeritus Chief, Department of Anaesthesiology, Englewood Health, USA
- Lessons learnt in the COVID-19 pandemic
- Prof Donat Spahn, Head of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care Medicine and Operating Theatres Facilities, University of Zurich, Switzerland
- Coagulation and thrombosis: diagnosis, prophylaxis and treatment
- Dr Alwyn Kotze, Consultant Anaesthetists, Leeds Teaching Hospitals
Joining the webinar
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