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    Anemia, as well as coagulation and platelet disorders are common in patients in the intensive care unit and require a clinicopathological approach to ensure that the correct diagnosis is made and the appro- priate treatment administered.
    This webinar aims to providing information on experiences as well as clinical practice within the subject of hematologic challenges in critical care.

    For questions or concerns, please contact:

    Dr. Rahel Wyss
    Medical Advisor
    CSL Behring
    +41 79 801 71 34

    Note: The webinar is intended for healthcare professionals only.

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      17:00 –17:05Welcome by ChairProf. Dr. Dr. med. Gabor Erdoes, Inselspital Bern
      17:05 –17:30Highlights of Patient Blood Management (PBM) in intensive care
      Prof. Dr. med. Andreas Perren, EOC Bellinzona
      17:30–17:55Perioperative blood management – what is useful and what is not?
      Dr. med. Félix Rohrer, CHUV Lausanne
      17:55–18:20Thrombocytopenia in the ICU
      Prof. Dr. med. Sascha David, University Hospital Zürich
      18:20–18:30ClosureProf. Dr. Dr. med. Gabor Erdoes, Inselspital Bern

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