The

9th LONDON-INNSBRUCK  COLLOQUIUM
ON STATUS EPILEPTICUS AND ACUTE SEIZURES

April 08-10, 2024 - London, UK

Programme teaching course continuous eeg in icu
(as of January, 2024, subject to changes) 

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SUNDAY, April 7th 2024

09.00 - 17.45 Pre-Colloquium teaching course - Continuous EEG in ICU
Chairs: Eugen Trinka (Salzburg, Austria), Matthew Walker (London, UK)

The interpretation of EEG both in status epilepticus and on the intensive care unit is notoriously difficult, and yet there are few settings in which EEG is not more important, and both are settings in which the skilful use of EEG can make an enormous difference to clinical outcomes. Furthermore, recording in the intensive care unit carries problems not encountered in the normal EEG recording laboratories. Debate rages about the how much and how often EEG should be performed and which techniques are optimal. This is an area where practice varies quite considerably in different units and different countries. This teaching course is aimed at all doctors treating patients with status epilepticus and/or patients in intensive care settings, and also for EEG technologists. The emphasis is on providing practical guidance for patient management in these clinical settings and practical advice in different clinical situations. The course is taught by a distinguished international faculty who give their experience of practice in Europe and the USA.

Audience
Trainee and consultant doctors in the field of clinical neuroscience, electrophysiological technicians.

Registration fee
€190,- (€170,- if booked together with a Colloquium registration)

Location
University College London, Institute of Neurology, Lecture theatre 33 Queen Square, London, UK

09:00 – 09:10  INTRODUCTION
                                 Eugen Trinka (Salzburg, Austria)

09:10 – 11:10    SESSION 1: STUDY RESULTS ON OUTCOME – THE RATIONALE

cEEG: impact of mortality

Hiba Haider (Chicago, USA)

cEEG: impact on morbidity

Tejal Mitchell (Cambridge, UK)

Epidemiology and Interraterreliability of ACNS findings

Nicolas Gaspard (Brussels, Belgium)

Update on myoclonus in hypoxic patients

Pia Di Stefano (Geneva, Switzerland)

11:10  11:30     COFFEE BREAK

11:30 – 13:00    SESSION 2: CLASSICAL THREE CRITERIA FOR STATUS EPILEPTICUS

 Epileptiform discharges >25/ 10s 

Nicolas Gaspard (Brussels, Belgium)

Evolution in frequency morphology, or location

Markus Leitinger (Salzburg, Austria)

 Time-locked clinical correlate

Elena Gardella (Dianalund, Denmark)

13:00 - 14:00    LUNCH BREAK

14:00 – 15:30    SESSION 3: THE ICTAL-INTERICTAL CONTINUUM

  IV ASM administration - the concept

 Markus Leitinger (Salzburg, Austria)

 The Ictal-Interictal Continuum (IIC) from an adult perspective

 Thomas Bleck (Chicago, USA)

 The Ictal-Interictal Continuum (IIC) from a pediatric perspective

 Ronit Pressler (London, UK)

15:30  15:50    COFFEE BREAK

15:50 – 17:30    SESSION 4: PRACITCAL SESSION

 (groups rotating, possibility to discuss own ICU EEGs/cEEGs/ED EEGs)

 Examples of EEG interpretation

Steven White (London, UK)

 Use and abuse of EEG technologies in ITU

Hiba Haider (Chicago, USA)

Quiz

Tejal Mitchell (Cambridge, UK)

17:35 - 17:45     SUMMARY AND FUTURE

                               Eugen Trinka (Salzburg, Austria), Matthew Walker (London, UK)

 

 

Organisation, Registration, Abstract Submission

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  status@cmi.at

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