Abstract del IV Congresso Italiano GREAT Network

Pubblicati su Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine – CCLM (IMPACT FACTOR 2012: 3.009) gli abstract delle relazioni e dei poster presentati al IV Congresso Italiano GREAT Network.

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Editors: Salvatore Di Somma, Angelo Ianni, Francesco Travaglino.

Abstracts of Speakers Presentations:

· What is ST2 telling you in patients with cardiovascular disease?

· Circulating thrombopoietin in patients with SIRS in the Emergency Department

· Experience with BIVA in AHF

· Evaluation of drug abuse for polytrauma prevention

· Hypertensive crisis in the emergency department

· Point of care ultrasound and telemedicine in pre-hospital care

· Stroke Biomarkers

· AHF physiopathology in the first hours in ER: need for new IV vasodilators treatment as soon as possible

· Galectin 3 in diabetic patients

· Clinical study coordinators responsibilities for research in “Emergency and Critical Care Medicine” in Germany

· A new device for the prompt diagnosis of acute urinary infections in ED

· A new protocol to treat hyponatremia based on pathophysiological assessment: NaCl replacement in solutes deficit and use of tolvaptan in water excess.

· Decision Making and Lab tests in starting thrombolysis in stroke patients

· Acute child gastroenteritis in ED: how to approach

· Cardiogenic shock 2013

· How to properly detect ACS in chest pain patients in ED: an Italian Registry Proposal

· Why do we need hemodynamics assessment in septic patients

· The role of the observation unit in today’s healthcare system

· Acute heart failure, aging and muscular deconditioning: a path from emergency department toward cardiac rehabilitation

· Translation Research in Emergency Medicine

· Galectin-3 immunotargeting in human diseases

· Biomarkers in Short Observation Unit solutions for overcrowding in ED

· Biomarkers research in Emergency Medicine: what do we need in septic patients?

· Fluid management in trauma patients

· Galectin-3 monitoring utility in heart failure patients

· Which antiplatelet treatment for which patients with acute coronary syndrome in ED?

· Sepsis and septic shock: a pilot study on the prognostic value of noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring

· Using high sensitivity cardiac troponin assays in the emergency department

· 3D and 4D echocardiographic assessment in early phase of AHF: do we need it?

· Anemia in acute heart failure: is it important?

· Innovative approach to traumatic patients in the ER

· Heart transplant experience in Czech republic

· Brazilian Heart Failure Network

· How to optimize the management of patients with acute diarrhea

· Hypertensive emergencies in pregnancy

· Hyponatremia in congestive heart failure: prognostic value and treatment

· Lessons learnt from February 2013 airplane accident in Fiumicino

· Ultrasound evaluation for abdominal pain in the emergency setting

· Enkephalin for diagnosis of AKI

· Mature Adrenomedullin for the management of patients with sepsis in ED

· Update on the SIRS/SEPSIS GREAT trial

· Need/Speed Trial: a new panel of biomarkers in the early rule in/rule out of sepsis in patients with systemic inflammatory response syndrome

· Why IV vasodilators in early phase of AHF: Europe experience

· From Italian guidelines: managing sickle cell anaemia

· Galectin-3 in Metabolic Syndrome Patients: The MeGa 3 Study

· Procalcitonin in Sepsis

· Gastric asthma presentation in ED

· Why do we need to blockade RAAS in AHF?

· Development of a Framework for Real-time Earthquake Loss Estimation for the city of Messina

· Adrenomedullin as a novel therapeutic target in sepsis: experimental data

· Do we still need echocardiographic assessment in acute heart failure (AHF) in ED?

· Review of literature

· The role of nursing in clinical trials

· An ER model for optimal approach to women victims of violence

· How to properly manage acute atrial fibrillation in the ER

Abstracts of Selected Posters Presentations:

· Approach and management of spider bites in an Italian Emergency Department: a clinical case

· Antioxidant Protection After Myocardial Infarction is Related to Ventricle Remodeling and Oxygen Uptake

· Utility of pyrogenic interleukins (IL-6, IL-2, IL-1β, TNF-α) and APACHE II score in risk stratification of critically ill febrile patients in Emergency Department

· Mouth edema A case of ACE inhibitors angioedema

· Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Pregnancy

· Prognostic value of Pro Adrenomedullin in patients with Community-acquired Pneumonia in Emergency Department

· Diagnostic and Prognostic Utilities of B-type Natriuretic Peptide, Neutrophil Gelatinase-associated Lipocalin, and Procalcitonin in Critically Ill Patients With Suspected Sepsis.

· Efficacy of fast Troponin I in prediction of ACS: rule-out and rule-in in Emergency Department

· Galectin-3 in Metabolic Syndrome Patients: The MeGa Study

· Perfomances of two different procalcitonin assays for an early rule-in rule-out and prognosis of sepsis in patients suffering from SIRS

· Metabonomics Analysis of Plasma Reveals the Lactate to Cholesterol Ratio as an Independent Prognostic Factor of Short-Term Mortality in Acute Heart Failure

· Intracranial haemorrhages: observational study in an Emergency Room

· Acute heart failure as first clinical presentation of primary dilated cardiomyopathy

· Small bowel intussusception due to malignant melanoma of unknown primary. Two cases report and litarary reviews

· 80-Lead EKG and New Biomarkers for Physiopathological Myocardial Cells Process

· Technique and outcome about a new laparoscopic treatment: pelvic organ prolapse suspension (P.O.P.S.)

· Prognostic impact of thrombocytopenia in the emergency department

· 30 days mortality prognostic value of ST2 in patients with Acute Heart Failure at admission in Emergency Room

· A complex case of Chronic Carbon Monoxide Intoxication. Case Report

· Role of fast-focused sonography assessment of ICV size in septic shock

· The importance of anaemia in acute heart failure patients

· It all started with a toothache – aspecific clinical features in subarachnoid hemorrhage: a case report

· Procalcitonin, presepsin, pro-adrenomedullin, fibrin degradation products, and lactate in early diagnosis and prognosis of septic patient newly admitted to medical ward from ED

· Serial assessment of serum Cystatin C provides no additive value for the diagnosis of AKI in patients admitted from the Emergency Department

· Comparison of serial assessments of BIVA and Copeptin on efficacy and risk stratification in patients admitted with dyspnoea in Emergency Department

· Ventimask in acute hypercapnic respiratory failure caused by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbation before starting with bilevel-positive airway pressure

· Proteomics analysis reveals a promising candidate diagnostic biomarker for heart failure

· Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and syncope resulting in fracture of the cranial occipital bone: to treat or non to treat with antocoagulant drugs? This is the problem

· Hypertension and left ventricular deformation in correlation to functional capacity

· Approach and management of neurological symptomatic meningioma in emergency-department: a clinical case

· Galectine 3 evaluationin patients with acute heart failure (AHF) at ER admission is high predictive of 30 days events (death and rehospetalization)

· ED overcrowding: experience of Emergency Observational Care Unit into the Tor Vergata University Hospital (PTV)

· Insidious chest pain: a case report

· A case of severe hyponatremia: when treatment is threatening

· A strange awakening from a particular coma

· Clinical and demographic predictors of hyponatremia in a geriatric population admitted to a rehabiliation institute

· The predicitive prognostic role of QTc prolongation in an elderly population: correaltion with sudden events

· Experience of Emergency Departement of Lodi, Italy about Acute Metformin Intoxication

· MMP-1 genetic polymorphism (rs1799750) and sepsis patients: preliminary results

· Physical training in elderly patients after acute heart failure: a new path from Emergency Room to Cardiac Rehabilitation Division

· Reliability of WBC count and PCT as diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers of infection and sepsis in patients in an Emergency Setting

· Biomarkers for organ damage in hypertensive crisis

· Antithrombotic therapy and short-term outcome in mild head injury: a retrospective analysis in the Venice Area second level Emergency Department (ED)

· The future of atrial fibrillation approach in the Emergency Room: between new antiarrhythmic and anticoagulant drugs