Interdisciplinary exchange at the DIVI22
The 22nd Congress of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI) in Hamburg was well attended with about 5,700 participants – and another complete success for CARL. The CARL Teams from the Sales and Support departments of Resuscitec GmbH once again presented the technical performance features of the CARL System live to many interested parties at the CARL booth in the Congress Center Hamburg from 30 November to 2 December. “It is often the rescue, emergency and intensive care physicians who are first with the resuscitation patient. Especially for patients with refractory cardiac arrest, CARL can provide the decision-makers in an interdisciplinary team on site additional time to implement the best possible and patient-specific therapy”, says Thomas Kraft, CEO of Resuscitec GmbH.
This year’s attendance congress covered a diverse range of topics. In symposia, congress participants were able to learn about the latest status of resuscitation guidelines and innovations in mechanical circulatory support. Personalised ventilation strategies and the use of in- and out-of-hospital extracorporeal procedures were further topics that were in focus at the conference. “Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the visitors, DIVI22 was one of the most successful congresses for us this year. The interaction with users from different medical fields along the rescue chain has once again pushed us decisively forward looking at the coming year”, says Patrick Rauh, Head of Sales of Resuscitec GmbH.
Highlights in the area of intensive care and emergency medicine were the demonstration of the latest generation of ADAC rescue helicopters and the presentation of possible future concepts such as the use of drones in emergencies. In this context, the mountain rescue services Black Forest and Thuringia vividly demonstrated the course of a cable car evacuation.