On Saturday 15 June, ‘Clinical Case Conference 2019’ organised by the Lithuanian Society of Anaesthesiologists and Reanimatologists took place in Klaipėda. It was attended by over 130 anaesthesiologists, reanimatologists, emergency care doctors etc. Reports were delivered by doctors from the Vilnius University Hospital Santaros Klinikos (G. Kezytė, J. Špūras, A. Aleknavičienė, I. Lapinskienė), Kauno Klinikos under Kaunas University of Medical Sciences (Prof. J. Gudaitytė, J. Jackevičiūtė, E. Belousovienė, A. Pranskūnas), Klaipėda Jūrininkų Hospital (M. Skirutis), National Children‘s University Hospital (D. Trybė, S. Vosylius). Relevant clinical cases were examined at the conference and participants shared their experience and ways of resolving the cases.
Graina UAB was one of the sponsors of the conference. During breaks between sessions, Mindray WATO EX-65 PRO anaesthesia system that blends performance with simple control was presented to the participants.
As always during presentations at conferences, training events etc., Mindray TE7 portable ultrasound system has received attention of participants as it is an excellent solution for those who seek highest quality performance in anaesthesiology, intensive care emergency care. This is a unique device that enables a medical professional to use touch-screen even while wearing a glove or through a sterile cover. The system gets ready for work in just 3 seconds. Mindray TE7 can be used with any sensors and ancillary software. Participants in the conference had an opportunity to familiarise themselves with Mindray SV600, a new-generation artificial lung ventilation machine. The system is characterised by a particularly ergonomic design and an integrated silent turbine which, subject to centralised air supply, operates as a back-up solution in case of a fault or power failure. With the breathing volume from 2 ml, the system is well adapted to artificial lung ventilation of infants as well. Among the above-mentioned medical systems, Mindray TE7 portable ultrasound machine is most popular; it is used in many healthcare institutions of Lithuania.