Join leading critical care experts for a discussion regarding aerosol drug delivery to patients receiving both ventilatory and non-ventilatory support in the era of COVID-19 and how to implement best practices for optimal patient care.
Prof. Antonio Artigas, MD, PhD
Antonio Artigas is a Professor of Applied Physiology and Chair of Sepsis and Acute Respiratory Failure Research at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He is also the Emeritus Director of the Intensive Care Medicine Department at Corporacion Sanitaria Universitaria Parc Tauli. His research interests are primarily intensive care, ARDS and sepsis.
Dr. Sundeep Kaul, MD, PhD
Intensive Care and Respiratory Medicine
Dr. Sundeep (Sunny) Kaul is a Director in the Department of Intensive Care and Respiratory Medicine in Harefield Hospital, UK where he is also the lead of education and governance in the Department of Critical Care. He has clinical expertise in many areas of respiratory medicine including chronic acute respiratory failure, asthma, allergy and COPD.
Prof. Julien Pottecher, MD, PhD
Head of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Professor Julien Pottecher is the Head of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, (admitting brain-injured, severe trauma and high-risk post-operative patients) at the University Hospital of Strasbourg and Professor of Anaesthesiology, Critical Care & Perioperative Medicine at the University of Strasbourg.
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