Critical care

ESICM 2018
Stay connected to what’s vital

Staying current on the latest advances in Critical Care is vital. That’s why we’d like to invite you to join us at this year’s ESICM 2018 in booth 2.21 for information on how to solve your most challenging problems relating to alarm management, data overload, blood measurements, point-of-care ultrasound and ventilation transitions.

 

Pre-register now to reserve your lunch for our symposium Stay connected to what’s vital – managing delirium, alarm fatigue and data overload at 12:30-14:00 on Tuesday, Oct. 23 in Stockholm Room, level 3. Chaired by Prof. Dr. med. Hendrik Bracht, we have an exciting lineup of speakers including:

Prof. Dr. med. Claudia Spies, Berlin, Germany
Prof. Dr. med. Claudia Spies, Berlin, Germany
Topic: Delirium Management – relevance of the ICU environment
Prof. Dr. med. Jan Bakker, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Prof. Dr. med. Jan Bakker, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Topic: How to deal with data overload in the ICU
Prof. Dr. med. Hendrik Bracht, Ulm, Germany
Prof. Dr. med. Hendrik Bracht, Ulm, Germany
Topic: Excessive alarms on my ICU - an underestimated problem without a solution?
For a closer look at Philips Critical Care solutions, join us in our Innovation Room #201 all four days for demonstrations on our family of bedside and transport monitors, central station, mobile applications, ultrasound and ventilation solutions designed to improve patient care, drive clinical performance and lower cost across the health continuum.
  • Patient Monitoring

    Patient Monitoring

    Our patient monitoring portfolio provides actionable, care-specific information when and where it’s needed.

  • Hospital Respiratory Care

    Hospital Respiratory Care

    We understand the needs of patients and care providers and work with you to activate timely response, support patient weaning and reduce ventilator associated infections.

  • Ultrasound

    Ultrasound

    Explore Philips' wide selection of ultrasound solutions, designed to meet the challenges of today's clinical practices.

  • Alarm Fatigue

    Alarm Fatigue

    Learn more about alarm fatigue – the symptoms, impact and how to prevent it with the right tools.

  • Masimo

    Masimo

    Get continuous, noninvasive monitoring of hemoglobin in critical care settings with Masimo measurements on Philips IntelliVue patient monitors.

  • Supplies

    Supplies

    Medical supplies and sensors are critical to acquiring measurements your patients and care teams rely on. By standardizing on and partnering with Philips for your supplies needs, you can unlock the full value of your clinical systems, manage total cost of ownership and support your patient-centered healthcare goals.

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