Annual Congress Barcelona 2010

Saturday, 18.09.2010
Sunday, 19.09.2010
Monday, 20.09.2010
Tuesday, 21.09.2010
Wednesday, 22.09.2010

Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2010; 36: Suppl. 54, abstract number.

Material from 2010:
  • 4910 Abstracts
  • 646 Slide presentations
  • 250 Webcasts
  • 97 Handouts
  • 2124 e-posters
  • 250 Multimedia files
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The lung cancer patient in the intensive care unit

Chairs: J. Timsit (Grenoble, France), B. Grigoriu (Iasi, Romania)
Aims: The audience will learn:
- that prognostive factors for a reasonable decision on intensive care unit treatment to overcome a crisis can be identified on a renewed solid data basis
- intensive care may have a very useful palliative potential for lung cancer patients
- even a successful intensive care treatment may have complex consequences for the patient
- the decision making process always requires a team and professional communication skills.
Medical intensive care for lung cancer patients: better than we thought?
A. Soubani (Detroit, United States of America)
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End-of-life decision-making for lung cancer patients in a critical respiratory situation
S. Nava (Pavia, Italy)
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Ethical considerations and the crucial value of communicative skills
A. Simonds (London, United Kingdom)
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The oncologist’s view of prognosis and intensive care
A.-P. Meert (Brussels, Belgium)
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Slide presentationMultimedia files