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Fluid Therapy & Nutrition in the Critically Ill

Fluid Therapy & Nutrition in the Critically Ill

Starting on :12:30 PM 20 August, 2018 Venue:M. P. Shah Hospital
Ending on :02:00 AM 20 August, 2018 Max Credits:3.00
Moderator:No Activity Moderator Activity Cost: Free Order


1. Prof. Michael Adolf
Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. habil. Michael Adolph MBA Department: University Clinic of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine Eberhard-Karls-University Tuebingen, Germany Dr. Michael Adolph studied at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) of Munich. After finishing his doctoral thesis at the Technical-University-Munich he continued his scientific work at the Central Clinic of Augsburg and LMU Munich. He is a board certified anesthe-siologist and specialist for intensive care medicine. In 1996 he finished his habilitation. Since that time he is a teacher (associate professor) at the LMU Munich University and University Clinic of Tuebingen. In 2009 he graduated from his studies in business economics for physicians at the university of Neu-Ulm (master of business administration). Dr. Michael Adolph is member of numerous scientific and professional associations. Actually he is a board member of the “German Society of Nutrition Medicine” (DGEM e.V.). Since 2008 he is also a certified ESPEN LLL Teacher. His scientific work is focusing mainly on parenteral and enteral nutrition in critically ill patients with special interests in lipid emulsions. He developed stable isotope techniques in combination with indirect calorimetry in order to investigate the oxidative utilization of lipids in multiple injured and septic patients. Now his main interest is centred upon the function and role of the so-called “new lipid mediators” like resolvins, lipoxins, protectins and others in ICU patients. In addition to these activities he is involved in the update process of the German Guidelines for Clinical Nutrition.


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