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Date and venue

POSTPONED – new dates to be announced

Business centre “On the Island”

Oktyabrskaya str. 8
236006 Kaliningrad
Russia

Host organiser

Valentin Sinitsyn, Moscow/Russia

Education in partnership

This ASKLEPIOS Course is implemented with the support of our valued partner Lancet.

ASKLEPIOS Course

EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY|  POSTPONED, Kaliningrad/Russia

Course information

The course is designed for senior residents and board-certified radiologists, who want to improve and expand their knowledge in emergency radiology. The programme combines lectures and workshops on the appropriate use of diagnostic radiology in major traumatic and non-traumatic emergencies. Special attention will be given to teaching cases reflecting the most frequent and significant emergencies in clinical settings. The topics will range from brain to heart and chest, abdominal and urogenital emergencies. Well-known European experts in emergency radiology will present the latest information about radiological symptoms and signs of the emergent clinical situations, and will give updates about optimal protocols of X-ray, CT and MRI examinations and approaches to image analysis. Moreover, the speakers will illustrate the role of the radiologist in the multidisciplinary patient management as well as present possible pitfalls and difficult situations.

Learning objectives

  • to review the most important cardiac and vascular emergencies and to learn about major indications for the use of cardiovascular CT and MRI
  • to update the knowledge of advanced use of CT in acute stroke and its significance for interventional treatment of stroke patients
  • to become familiar with major radiological signs of polytrauma and sports trauma and to understand the basics of the appropriate use of diagnostic imaging in such patients
  • to learn about the advantages of abdominal CT in bowel obstruction
  • to acquire information about major pelvic and gynaecological emergencies and to know about the imaging appearances of abdominal paediatric emergencies
  • to review the types of adverse reactions to contrast media and to learn how to prevent and treat them
  • to become familiar with overlooked findings and diagnostic errors when evaluating emergency imaging studies

Programme flyer including learning objectives by topic

Programme

New dates to be announced

08:00-08:45 Registration
08:45-09:00 Welcome and introduction
09:00-09:30 CT protocols for polytrauma patients
A. Palkó, Szeged/HU
09:30-10:00 Advanced CT of acute stroke
Y. Berthezène, Lyon/FR
10:00-10:30 Cardiac and coronary CT and MRI in acute coronary syndrome
C. Loewe, Vienna/AT
10:30-10:50 Coffee break
10:50-13:00 Workshops
A. Palkó, Y. Berthezène, C. Loewe
13:00-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-14:30 Hypersensitivity and anaphylactic reactions to contrast agents:
fundamentals and treatment

O. Clément, Paris/FR
14:30-15:00 Imaging of acute spinal trauma
G. Bierry, Strasbourg/FR
15:00-15:30 Sport injury: joints and muscles
J. Kramer, Linz/AT
15:30-15:50 Coffee break
15:50-18:00 Workshops
O. Clément, G. Bierry, J. Kramer


New dates to be announced

09:00-09:30 Acute pelvic pain in women
D. Akata, Ankara/TR
09:30-10:00 Bowel obstruction: role of CT
C. Stoupis, Maennedorf/CH
10:00-10:30 Acute vascular abdominal emergencies
V. Sinitsyn, Moscow/RU
10:30-10:50 Coffee break
10:50-13:00 Workshops
D. Akata, C. Stoupis, V. Sinitsyn
13:00 Certificate of attendance