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You are invited to the Advanced Diagnostics and Physiological Monitoring in Critical Care Symposium

Monday 14 June 2021

The Inaugural Advanced Diagnostics and Physiological Monitoring in Critical Care (ADP-MoCC) Symposium will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) on 6th and 7th August 2021.

This is a unique and first-of-its-kind symposium that focuses on diagnostic and monitoring aspects of critical care. It is organised by members of the Mater ICU team for critical care practitioners working in the intensive care units, high dependency units, operating theatres, emergency departments and other areas of the hospital.

Delegates will enjoy an exciting program encompassing a wide range of topics. Our distinguished and internationally acclaimed group of speakers include: Professor Rinaldo Bellomo, Professor Bala Venkatesh, Professor John Fraser, Professor Ruth Hubbard, Professor Claire Rickard, Associate Professor Paul Griffin, Professor Amy Jannison, Professor Andrea Marshall, Professor Bernhard Riedel, Associate Professor Laurence Weinberg, Associate Professor Anne Leditschke, Associate Professor Sasha Dionisio, Professor Brent Richards, Associate Professor David Sturgess, Dr Bernie Bissett, Dr Victoria Campbell, Dr Kylie Baker, Dr John Morgan, Dr Richard Baer and Dr Adrian Langley.

There will be 6 plenary sessions over the course of 2 days:

  • Monitoring Oxygenation Through the Ages
  • Septic Acute Kidney Injury – Pathophysiology and Diagnostics 2021
  • Detecting SARS-CoV-2: Rapid Evolution of Diagnostic Techniques in a Respiratory Pandemic
  • Vascular Device Associated Infections
  • Pulmonary Electrical Impedance Tomography and Perfusion Monitoring
  • Diagnosis and Measurement of Frailty and its Relevance in Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine

There will also be 6 thematic sessions covering a broad range of topics:

  • Respiratory Diagnostics and Monitoring in the 21st Century
  • Micronutrients, Molecular Diagnostics and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
  • Diagnosing and Monitoring Deterioration in the Hospital
  • Haemodynamic and Cardiovascular Monitoring
  • Monitoring Acid Base, Metabolic and Renal Function
  • Brain, Muscle and Physiological Reserve

For more details please go to the symposium website at

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