Patient safety
Oct.
16
4:00 pm16:00

Patient safety

Chairs: Debbie Massey and Assem Abdel Razek

Using a systems engineering framework provides insights into patient safety; an intrahospital transfer exemplar
Wendy Chaboyer and Lina Bergman

Patient safety - who’s responsible?
Isabel Coetzee

Safely caring for the older person in ICU
Rosa Thorsteinsdottir

Optimising patient safety with an intensive care outreach nurse service
Ged Williams

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Has social media lived up to the hype?
Oct.
16
4:00 pm16:00

Has social media lived up to the hype?

Chairs: Andrew Boyle and Roz Elliot

Role of podcasts in intensive care
Andrew Davies

What value does social media bring to the table?
Kaye Rolls

Connecting Small worlds - social media and PICU
Tina Kendrick

Panel Chaired by Kaye Rolls
Can social media bridge the gap between research and practice
Panel - Andrew Davies, Emma Ridley, Roz Elliot, Alex Psirides

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Temperature control
Oct.
16
4:00 pm16:00

Temperature control

Chair: Tony Trapani and Kapil Zirpe

Patience and the change imperative: the case of Target Temperature Management after hypoxic brain injury
Manoj Saxena

The physiological impact of antipyretics in critically ill patients
Mori Egi

First presentation and release of the randomised evaluation of active control of temperature vs. ordinary temperature management (The REACTOR Trial)
Paul Young

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Free papers (8/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (8/18)

Chairs: Elizabeth Manias and Obashina Ogunbiyi

Additional value of laboratory results for a machine learning algorithm to predict in-hospital cardiac arrest: A single-centre retrospective cohort study
Ryo Ueno

Families perception/acceptance of a short message service (SMS) as a communication tool from the intensive care department
Kieron Gorman

Peripheral extracorporeal membrane oxygenation cannula dressing and securement practices across Australia and New Zealand
India Lye

Rectal tubes are frequently inserted and occasionally associated with major adverse events
Nicholas Wilson

Development and validation of an electronic algorithm to detect clinically significant gastrointestinal bleeding events in Alberta, Canada
Sean Bagshaw

Video-assisted reflection improves retention of technical and non-technical skills involved in safe rapid sequence intubation
Shivesh Prakash

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Free papers (9/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (9/18)

Chairs: Anusha Ganeshalingham and Fenella Gill

Alterations in drug pharmacokinetics in critically ill children supported on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: A systematic review
Natalia Sutiman

Haemodynamic response to fluid boluses in children in intensive care occurs and dissipates rapidly
Ben Gelbart

Night-time discharge from PICU increases the risk of unplanned readmission: An analysis of the ANZPIC Registry
Siva Namachivayam

Risk factors of extubation failure after neonatal cardiac surgery are airway diseases and prolonged mechanical ventilation
Shinya Miura

Current practice and assessment barriers of ICU acquired weakness: A cross-sectional study
Yuchen Wu

Nurses’ experiences of the death of a child in the emergency department
Bev Copnell

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Matt Spence Medal - Free papers (7/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Matt Spence Medal - Free papers (7/18)

Chairs: Mary White and Marc Ziegenfuss

0.9% Saline Bolus administration leads to permeability pulmonary oedema in healthy volunteers
Hanmo Li

Continuous renal replacement therapy circuit haemodyanamics during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
Benjamin Sansom

Discharge delay from intensive care units is associated with better patient outcomes
Gareth Forster

Incidence of antithrombin deficiency and anti-cardiolipin antibodies after severe traumatic brain injury: A prospective pilot study
Shankar Kalgudi

Mitochondrial function differs between mild inflammatory disease state and critical illness with multiple organ dysfuntion syndrome
Mandira Chakraborty

Predictors of major adverse kidney events in survivors of acute kidney injury
Emily See

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Free papers (3/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (3/18)

Chairs: Lluis Blanch and Alison Pirrett

Protein energy intake of critically injured patients throughout their recovery trajectory
Andrea Marshall

Accuracy of four subcutaneous continuous glucose monitoring systems in critically ill patients with hyperglycaemia
Ebony Selers

The Hospital-based Evaluation of Laxative Prophylaxis in ICU (HELP-ICU): A pilot cluster-crossover randomized clinical trial
Adam Deane

Feasibility of using the mNUTRIC nutritional risk screening tool to identify nutritionally at-risk patients in an Australian ICU
Andrea Marshall

Oral calorie intake is inadequate post extubation in long-stay critically ill adult patients
Adrian Powlesland

Does the ratio between ICU admission blood glucose and chronic glycemia predict ICU mortality?
Danielle Prevedello

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Free papers (4/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (4/18)

Chairs: Jane-Louise Cook and Elisa Estenssoro

Central venous access device securement and dressing effectiveness: the cascade pilot randomised controlled trial in adult intensive care
Marion Mitchell

Exploring body morphology and skin microcirculation in patients with critical illness
Jessica Ingleman

Dexmedetomidine reduces noradrenaline requirements and preserves renal microcirculatory perfusion, oxygenation and function in ovine septic acute kidney injury
Yugeesh Lankadeva

Mannitol plus hypertonic saline does not increase risk for acute kidney injury after traumatic brain injury
Asad Patanwala

Haemoglobin estimation by non-invasive pulse co-oximetry or arterial blood co-oximetry are inferior to arterial Hemocue™ estimation during intra-operative haemorrhage
Jigeeshu Divatia

Markers of myocardial injury study
Jonathan Egan

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Free papers (5/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (5/18)

Chairs: Fiona Coyer and Assem Abdel Razek

How families perceive participation in patient care in the adult intensive care unit: A qualitative study
Pauline Wong

Impact of sedatives on mortality in critically ill patients requiring mechanical ventilation for > 48 hours
Pyoyoon Kang

Bright light therapy for bipolar disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Shengjun Wang

The impact of a single room environment on sedation practices in intensive care
Nicole Murphy

A multi-institutional cross-sectional study of critical nurse perspectives on delirium and its assessment
Yu Xu

The inconsistent relationship between depth of sedation and outcome: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Leanne Aitken

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Free papers (6/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (6/18)

Chairs: Wendy Chaboyer and Kate Leutert

Do nurses describe development of broad safety and quality related competencies as motivations for commencing postgraduate critical care studies?
Elizabeth Oldland

Prevention of readmission of tracheostomy patients back to the intensive care units
Vinciya Pandian

Characteristics and outcomes in patients admitted to hospital after a presumed medical out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with an initial non-shockable rhythm
Janet Bray

Health related quality of life in septic shock patients at 6 months: Effect of steroid therapy and underlying illness severity
Naomi Hammond

Registered nurses perceptions of factors contributing to clinical deterioration in an acute care hospital
Josh Allen

A national survey of intensive care follow-up clinics in Australia
Katrina Cook

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Free papers (1/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (1/18)

Chairs: Wendy Pollock and Arzu Topeli

Early mobilisation of ventilated intensive care patients: a survey of critical care clinicians in an Australian tertiary hospital
Frances Lin

Incidence of intensive care unit acquired weakness and evaluation of multidisciplinary allied health management in a tertiary ICU
Lisa Beach

Persistent critical illness: baseline characteristics, intensive care course, and cause of death
Jai Darvall

Cardio cycle: a pilot observational safety and feasibility study of in-bed cycling in critically ill off-track cardiac surgery patients
Anastasia Newman

Can early functional electrical stimulation-assisted cycle ergometry (FESCE) replace insulin infusion in ICU patients?
František Duška

A tailored best-practice multifaceted strategy for implementation of a physiotherapy protocol for the management of surgical ICU patients: CBA trial
Farhana Karachi

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Free papers (2/18)
Oct.
16
2:00 pm14:00

Free papers (2/18)

Chairs: Djillali Annane and Sandra Goldsworthy

Plasma citrate concentration and its correlation with total to ionised calcium ratio in patients receiving RCA during CVVHDF
Chris Anstey

A single centre observational study of delayed defaecation in brain injured patients in an adult intensive care unit
Rachael McConnochie

Impact of increase in intracranial pressure for a fixed duration in patients with severe traumatic brain injury: A prospective, observational study
Gaurav Tomar

4% Succinylated gelatine is associated with increased renal oxidative stress in cardiac surgical patients: A pilot randomised controlled trial
Lisa Smart

A single dose of furosemide reduced renal medullary and cortical oxygenation in healthy sheep
Naoya Iguchi

Hospital case volume and clinical outcomes in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury treated with dialysis
Timothy Chimunda

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Oct.
16
12:45 pm12:45

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Lunch Symposium

Venue: Theatrette, Exhibition Hall

Nasal High Flow; Targeting Conditions or Symptoms?
Dr. Gonzalo Hernández (Spain) and Dr. Nuttapol Rittayamai (Thailand)

This session will inform you on:
* The latest evidence for Nasal High Flow (NHF) therapy
* Evaluate the emerging and clinically significant applications for NHF therapy in a variety of clinical settings.

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Oct.
16
12:45 pm12:45

MSD Lunch Symposium

Venue: Theatrette, Exhibition Hall

Chair: Dr. Kenneth Chan (Singapore)

Current Toolbox for treating Multidrug Resistant Pathogens in the ICU: Focus on Nosocomial Pneumonia
Dr. Michael Niederman (USA)

Nosocomial Pneumonia in Ventilated Patients: Ceftolozane/Tazobactam Versus Meropenem (ASPECT-NP Study)
Dr. Ricard Ferrer (Spain)

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Mobilisation and recovery - Developing strategies to improve function
Oct.
16
11:00 am11:00

Mobilisation and recovery - Developing strategies to improve function

Chairs: Marc Nickels and Stephen Warrillow

Disability in survivors of critical illness (incl ICU Mobility Scale)
Carol Hodgson

Why so many 'no difference' studies
Linda Denehy

Rehab in ICU - evidence implications for clinical practice
Sue Berney

Core outcomes to measure recovery
Bronwen Connolly

Strategies to improve mobilisation recovery
Panel Discussion

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