Conference Recordings

Conference recordings are password protected and are available to all registered delegates. If you registered and paid to attend the ADP-MoCC Symposium and have not yet received your password, please email the Iceberg Events Team. Please note that content from some of speaker presentations has been redacted prior to publication.

If you did not register for the conference and would like to view the recordings, organisers are kindly asking for a donation to the Mater Foundation on behalf of the conference. Please see below:

Donate $50 by bank transfer to the Mater Foundation Account and use “DCC77062” as a reference.

Bank:               NAB
Title:                 Mater Foundation Limited ATF Mater Foundation
BSB:                 084-004
Account No.:  69-162-3847

Contact Daphne at [email protected] so that a tax invoice for your donation can be issued and password to recordings provided.

 

Friday 6 August, 2021

Symposium Opening Plenary Session

Plenary: COVID-19: Challenges and Triumphs in Resource Limited Settings
Professor Bala Venkatesh, University of Queensland and the George Institute for Global Health

 

Plenary: Septic Acute Kidney Injury – Pathophysiology and Diagnostics 2021
Professor Rinaldo Bellomo, The University of Melbourne

 

Plenary: Detecting SARS-CoV-2: Rapid Evolution of Diagnostic Techniques in a Respiratory Pandemic
Dr Ian Gassiep, Mater Health
 

Thematic Session 1: Respiratory Diagnostics and Monitoring in the 21st Century

The Mechanical Ventilator as a Diagnostic and Monitoring Tool
 Associate Professor Nai An Lai, Mater Health

 

Lung/Thoracic Ultrasound as a Diagnostic and Monitoring Tool in Critical Care
Dr Kylie Baker, Ipswich General Hospital

 

Inspiratory Muscle Assessment and Training in Critical Care - recording only, slides redacted

INSPIRATORY MUSCLE ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING IN CRITICAL CARE - EDITED SLIDES
Dr Bernie Bissett, University of Canberra

 

Thematic Session 2: Micronutrients, Molecular Diagnostics and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

The VITAMINS Trial and the Future of Vitamin C in Intensive Care
Professor Rinaldo Bellomo, The University of Melbourne

 

The Next Generation of Molecular Diagnostics: Whole Genome Sequencing, Amplicon Panels and Metagenomics
Professor Amy Jennison, Queensland Department of Health

 

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Critical Care
Dr Mohd Hafiz Abdul Aziz, University of Queensland

 

Thematic Session 3: Diagnosing and Monitoring Deterioration in the Hospital

Using Big Data to optimise MET Activation and Utilisation
Dr Victoria Campbell, CEQ/PSQIS

 

ICU Perioperative Morbidity and Mortality - Past, Present and FuturE - RECORDING ONLY, SLIDES REDACTED

ICU Perioperative Morbidity and Mortality - Past, Present and Future - EDITED SLIDES
Dr Adrian Langley, Mater Health

 

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Critical Care - recording only, slides redacted

MACHINE LEARNING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CRITICAL CARE - edited slides
Professor Brent Richards, Griffith University and Gold Coast University Hospital 

 

SATURDAY 7 AUGUST, 2021

Symposium Opening Day Two

Plenary: Vascular Devices Associated Infections
Professor Claire Rickard, University of Queensland and Griffith University

 

Plenary: Pulmonary Electrical Impedance Tomography and Perfusion Monitoring
Professor John Fraser, Director of the Critical Care Research Group, The Prince Charles Hospital

 

Plenary: Diagnosis and Measurement of Frailty and its Relevance in Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine
Professor Ruth Hubbard, The University of Queensland

 

Thematic Session 4: Haemodynamic and Cardiovascular Monitoring

Diagnosing and Monitoring Right Heart Dysfunction
Associate Professor David Sturgess, Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) and University of Queensland

 

Haemodynamic Monitoring and Goal Directed Therapy in the Operating Theatre
Associate Professor Laurence Weinberg, Austin Health and University of Melbourne

 

Predicting pressure responsiveness to fluids and vasopressor requirement – is dynamic arterial elastance (Eadyn) the answer?Associate Professor Nai An Lai, Mater Health

 

Thematic Session 5: Monitoring Oxygenation, Metabolic and Renal Function

 

Monitoring Oxygenation Through the Ages
Professor Bala Venkatesh, University of Queensland and the George Institute for Global Health

 

An Update on Critical Care Nephrology
Dr Richard Baer, Mater Health

 

Metabolic Monitoring in Critical Care – Clinical Applications of Indirect Calorimetry
Professor Andrea Marshall, Griffith University

Thematic Session 6: Brain, Muscle and Physiological Reserve

 

Delirium in Critical Care - recording only, slides redacted
Associate Professor Anne Leditschke, Mater Health and University of Queensland

 

EEG as a Diagnostic and Monitoring Tool in Critical Care
Associate Professor Sasha Dionisio, Princess Alexandra Hospital and University of Queensland 

 

PRE-OPERATIVE RISK STRATIFICATION AND PREHABILITATION - RECORDING ONLY, SLIDES REDACTED
Professor Bernhard Riedel, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and University of Melbourne