Bring me back to life.
 

Why attend?

#BMBTL17 is a conference  on resuscitation that focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to bring your critically ill patients…back to life !

With cutting edge topics and a world class faculty, the conferences will be packed with clinical pearls and only the stuff that matters !

Ventilation, airway, EKGs, pediatric pearls, ultrasound and so much more…don’t miss this amazing conference ! It will be held on October 16th 2017 in downtown Montreal at the Centre Mont Royal convention center.

 

Agenda

8:00am / Inscription

8:20am

Welcome

8:30am - 8:55am

Championing the difficult conversation

 

Resa Lewiss

Objectives:

1. To discuss a summary of the evidence on effective difficult conversationing

2. To discuss why and how to have the difficult conversation

3. To discuss where and when to have the difficult conversations

9:00am - 9:25am

Beyond ACLS

 

Anand Swaminathan

Objectives:

1. Understand that ACLS is just a starting point and is inadequate practice for resuscitationists

2. Discuss a new approach to the management of PEA that takes us beyond ACLS

3. Discuss a new approach to the management of asystole that takes us beyond ACLS

9:30am - 9:55am

Use a Knife; Save a Life!

 

Rich Levitan

Objectives:

1. Explain critical anatomic aspects of the surgical airway through hands-on examination of the anatomic model, advanced imaging (CT radiography), and video examples of cricothyrotomy

2. Teach a methodical step-wise approach to cricothyrotomy, highlighting efficiency of movements and reliability of performance, even in anatomically challenging patients

3) Review indications for cricothyrotomy in this new age of alternative rescue ventilation devices and oxygenation techniques

10:00am - 10:30am

Intubating the Hypotensive and Acidotic patient

 

Haney Mallemat

Objectives:

1. Know the pitfalls and dangers associated with intubating critically ill patients

2. Understand how the physiology of shock and acidosis affects the intubation process

3. Know how to optimize the peri-intubation settings in critical context

Break: 30 min

11:00am - 11:25am

Cardiac ultrasound in Arrest

 

Mike Mallin & Matt Dawson

Objectives:

1.  Learn how ultrasound is used in cardiac arrest.
2.  Learn the basics of TEE.
3.  
Learn how to recognize cardiac activity.

11:30am - 11:55am

EKGs that kill

 

Alain Vadeboncoeur & Dominic Larose

Objectives:

1. Recognize your deadly knowledge gaps in EKG reading

2. Apply some advanced tools to track the killer EKGs

3. Uncover the killer EKGs before they kill your patient

12:00pm - 12:25pm

How I use Lung Ultrasound- Beyond the basics

 

Vicki Noble

Objectives:

1. Review the building blocks of lung ultrasound

2. Review the findings of exudatives vs transudatives effusions

3. Review the findings for atelectasis vs pneumonia

4. Learn how to apply these findings in clinical context

12:30pm - 1:30pm / Lunch

1:30pm - 1:55pm

Resus Pearls for little adults

 

Jade Séguin

Objectives:

1. Identify life threatening conditions in the crashing neonate

2. Broaden your differential diagnosis for the critically ill toddler

3. Familiarize yourself with key life-saving paediatric interventions

2:00pm - 2:25pm

End-Tidal CO2 Waveform Analysis

 

Haney Mallemat

Objectives:

1. Understand the basic physiology behind end-tidal CO2
 
2. Learn the ETCO2 waveforms associated with various clinical conditions
 
3. Interpret changes in circulatory status based on ETCO2 readings

2:30pm - 2:55pm

The Literature Like Never Before - Cardiac Arrest

 

Rob Mac Sweeney

Objectives:

1. Review the literature regarding intra- and -post cardiac arrest management 

2. Critique the evidence 

3. Place this literature in the context of the other available literature in this field

Break: 30 min

3:30pm - 3:55pm

The Literature Like Never Before - The Rest

 

Rob Mac Sweeney

Objectives:

1. Review the literature regarding general ICU management

2. Critique this evidence

3. Provide general commentary on the available evidence

4:00pm - 4:25pm

Overwhelmed by resuscitation, or Why does the shit always seem to hit the fan ?

 

Hein Lamprecht

Objectives:

1. Understand when the odds are not in our favour
 
2. Discuss whom not to resuscitate (different perspective on ethics)
 
3. Understand how to cope with mixed resuscitation outcomes (Staying sane?!)

4:30pm - 4:55pm

A Tale of Two Resuscitative Thoracotomies

 

Anand Swaminathan

Objectives:

1. Know the role of thoracotomies in the ED.

2. Understand when it is appropriate to perform a thoracotomy.

3. Understand the impact on the medical team when performing thoracotomies.

 

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Speakers

#BMBTLA

Haney Mallemat

Haney Mallemat

Boarded emergency physician, internist, intensivist, echocardiographer…need we say more ?

@CriticalCareNow
Anand Swaminathan

Anand Swaminathan

Host of EM:RAP ? Check. Editor–in-Chief of Core EM ? Check. Course Director for The Teaching Course ? Check. Say no more, Swami’s

@EMSwami
Rich Levitan

Rich Levitan

This guy will cut a hole in your throat before even saying hello, and that might be just what you need to be brought back to

@airwaycam
Mike Mallin

Mike Mallin

Helped redefine the way bedside ultrasound was taught. Go to Ultrasound Podcast or Ultrasound Leadership Academy if you need proof.

@ultrasoundpod
Matt Dawson

Matt Dawson

Co-creator of the famous Ultrasound podcast and the Ultrasound Leadership Academy. Brilliant man…although he speaks funny.

@ultrasoundpod
Vicki Noble

Vicki Noble

Known in the ultrasound world as « Queen Vicki ». When you hear her talk, you’ll know why.

@nobleultrasound
Rob Mac Sweeney

Rob Mac Sweeney

An Intensivist with Northern Irish elegance. Editor for the prolific and very popular Critical Care Reviews

@CritCareReviews
Resa Lewiss

Resa Lewiss

TedTalks anyone ? Oh yeah, that’s what this lady brings to the table, and lots more. Short, dark, and powerful.

@ultrasoundREL
Alain Vadeboncoeur

Alain Vadeboncoeur

This guy has done it all : books, plays, blogs, TV, radio, EKG courses and yes, a whole lot of resuscitation. 

@Vadeboncoeur_Al
Hein Lamprecht

Hein Lamprecht

This guy always have more ressucitations than ventilators and critical care beds

@Heinlamp
Jade Seguin

Jade Seguin

Talented and driven, she knows all about bringing « little adults » back to life. How about some peds resus pearls ? 

@JadeSeguin1
Dominic Larose

Dominic Larose

He's a sceptic that knows his EKGs, ECMO, cardiac emergencies.

Still trying to figure what Twitter is.
JF Lanctôt & Maxime Valois

JF Lanctôt & Maxime Valois

They only get to stick around because they started BMBTL

@EGLS_JFandMax

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