Acute & General Medicine, 21- 22 November 2017, EXCEL LONDON

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12-13 NOVEMBER 2019, EXCEL LONDON

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2018 Seminar Programme

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Legacy after critical illness - from survival to living

Streams: Critical Care
With advancing technology and understanding of advanced multi-organ support, patients are physically able to survive from extreme biophysiological insults.
An important outcome has to be the patient’s ability to participate in the community.
Post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) was developed in 2011 as a framework to describe the myriad of physical, psycho-cognitive and social sequelae which impact on the functional quality of life.
Stepping out of the technical world of intensive care then the institutional surrounds of the hospital, the road home to recovery is long beyond the initial physical rehabilitation.
Learning outcomes:
  1. Most patients surviving critical illness have significant physical and non-physical morbidity, and undergo a lengthy convalescence. The morbidity is frequently unrecognised and may not be appropriately assessed or managed.
  2. Learning and understanding what happens to patients after surviving critical illness can help us better inform our patients and prepare their physical and psychological wellbeing.
  3. Identifying premorbid disability then performing post-critical illness screen can contribute to mapping specific domain assessment, outcome measurement and targeted intervention in hope to alter the trajectory of recovery.
Speakers
Dr Amy Chan-Dominy, Cardiothoracic & Paediatric Intensivist - Royal Brompton Hospital, London

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