BCIS ACI 2020: Treating shock in 2020

BCIS ACI 2020: Treating shock in 2020

Part 1/4: Prevalence of shock and outcomes in PPCI

Dr Bethan Freestone (Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham, UK), chair of the roundtable, introduces the topic of cardiogenic shock. Professor Anthony Gershlick (University of Leicester, Leicester, UK) discusses the prevalence of the condition and viable treatment options.

Educational objectives

  • To consider the prevalence and burden of shock in contemporary practice
  • To review the literature and data around treatment for shock patients
  • To discuss best practice treatment strategy for shock patients
  • To debate whether dedicated centres could improve outcomes
  • To discuss upcoming clinical data that may improve decision making.
Filmed in London at BCIS ACI 2020. Videographer: Dom Woodruff | Natascha Wienand | Tom Green

 


Programme Outline
  • Prevalence of shock and outcomes in PPCIBethan FreestoneAnthony H GershlickFarzin Fath-OrdoubadiKeith G Oldroyd
  • How should we treat shock?Bethan FreestoneAnthony H GershlickFarzin Fath-OrdoubadiKeith G Oldroyd
  • Is MCS the way forward?Bethan FreestoneAnthony H GershlickFarzin Fath-OrdoubadiKeith G Oldroyd
  • What’s on the horizon?Bethan FreestoneAnthony H GershlickFarzin Fath-OrdoubadiKeith G Oldroyd
This video series was created in partnership with BCIS.

BCIS ACI 2020: Treating shock in 2020

Part 2/4: How should we treat shock?