Managing Deteriorating Conditions 2021

Kenny Ajayi
Programme Director - Patient Safety - Imperial College Health Partners
Prof. Matt Inada-Kim
National Clinical Advisor on Sepsis and Deterioration - Hampshire Hospitals
Adam Roberts
Adam Roberts
Senior Lecturer, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Speaker - Dr Chris Carey, Clinical Lead, Health Education England. RCoA Council Member. (Confirmed)

The key to improving patient outcomes lies in the monitoring and rapid recognition of any changes to enable a clinically informed decision. We will talk some of the current challenges and how existing technology can help identify patient deterioration more quickly with a live demonstration showing how equipment already in hospitals can reduce errors & save time directly improving patient outcomes.

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Claire Ratcliffe – National Clinical Manager
Rob Stow – National Connectivity Manager
Kelly Woodcock – UKI Market Manager

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Real world evidence for implementing PSP (Pancreatic Stone Protein) for early sepsis diagnosis at the point of care.

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Dr Angelo Giacomucci, Intensive care unit, Azienda Ospedaliera di Perugia, Italy.

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Septicemia is a serious clinical condition with roundabout 123,000 cases of sepsis a year in England. In recent years there have been great advances in improving time to identification of pathogens causing sepsis. One of the key methods is the Bruker MBT Sepsityper® IVD Kit which can be used together with the MALDI Biotyper® for fast identification of causative pathogens from Positive Blood Cultures.

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Francis Yongblah - Laboratory Manager Microbiology and Virology.

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Speaker: Dr Anna Batchelor, Consultant anaesthetist and intensivist, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Chair, Critical Care Leadership Forum

Patients who recover from sepsis (sepsis survivors) have long-term health problems. One in three sepsis survivors are re-hospitalised within 30-days and one in six sepsis survivors die within a year following hospital discharge.

Using technology to support people to remain in the place of their choice for longer, this session will take us on a journey to create a vision for the future of health care monitoring, system interfaces that compliment current pathways, working smartly towards a common goal.

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