The London Trauma Conference and Cardiac Arrest Symposium will return
Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th December 2022
The London Cardiac Arrest Symposium 2022
The programme will be announced in the coming months.
View the 2019 LCAS Programme below:
Tuesday 10th December 2019 – Cardiac Arrest Symposium
Wednesday 11th December 2019 – Emergency Care Masterclass (add to you booking under breakaway session 'Addons')
This symposium gathers international experts and provides comprehensive coverage of topical and controversial areas related to cardiac arrest. It will be of interest to a broad range of clinicians who know the basics but want highlevel knowledge and interaction with experts who are at the cutting edge of current practice and research.
The London Cardiac Arrest Symposium will explore key areas of cardiac arrest management at a high level and has speakers from seven countries. The day will start with a session devoted to drowning. After hearing about an amazing resuscitation story of multiple drowned teenagers we will hear about the physiology and management of drowning and then the use of ECMO in treatment. Experts will examine the utility of newer interventions including REBOA, ECPR, new technologies and pupillometry. Management dilemmas will be explored and include termination of CPR pre-hospital, post resuscitation care from the perspective of ICU and the cardiologist. Recent research will inform a presentation on airway management in cardiac arrest and a debate on the use of Epinephrine. This years keynote lecture will be delivered by Professor Laurie Morrison from Canada.
Professor Laurie Morrison, Toronto, Canada
Professor Jerry Nolan, Bath, UK
Dr Steen Barnung, Denmark
Professor Mike Tipton, Plymouth, UK
Dr Fritjof Heyerdahl, Oslo, Norway
Dr Jostein Brede, Trondheim, Norway
Professor Alain Combes, Paris, France
Professor Simon Redwood, London, UK
Professor Charles Deakin, Southampton, UK
Professor Markus Skrifvars, Finland
Professor Mauro Oddo, Lausanne, Switzerland
The London Trauma Conference 2019 was approved for 24 CPD points by Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
(6 points were available per conference day).