Pharmacokinetic and Dynamic Modelling. 1. Basic Pharmacokinetics Principles for Intravenous Anaesthesia; F. Engbers. 2. Basic Concepts of Recirculatory Pharmacokinetic Modelling; M. Reekers, F. Boer, J. Vuyk. 3. Recirculatory Pharmacokinetics. Which Covariates Affect the Pharmacokinetics of Intravenous Anaesthetics? T. Henthorn. 4. Modelling of Drug Interactions; C. Minto, J. Vuyk. 5. Age Related Changes of PK/PD of Intravenous Anaesthetics; T. Schnider. 6. The Clinical Application of Pharmacokinetic and Dynamic Models; V. Billard. 7. Gender Differences in Morphine Pharmacokinetics and Respiratory Dynamics; E. Sarton, R. Romberg, A. Dahan. 8. Influence of Intravenous Anaethetics on the Control of Breathing; A. Dahan, D. Nieuwenhuis, E. Olofsen.
Monitoring and Clinical Application of Intravenous Anaesthesia. 9. Bispectral Index Monitoring and Intravenous Anaesthesia; J. Vuyk, M. Mertens. 10. Auditory Evoked Potential Monitoring as Research and Clinical Tool; S. Schraag, G. Kenny. 11. PET-Scanning of Anaesthetic Action; P. Fiset. 12. The Development and Future Of TCI; I. Glen. 13. Awareness 1960 - 2002, Explicit Recall of Events during General Anaesthesia; R. Sandin. 14. Sedation for Locoregional Anaesthesia; A. Holas. 15. Target Controlled Infusion in Children; X. Viviand. 16. Remifentamil for Cardiac Surgery; L. Barvais, N. Sutcliffe.
Effect Sites Of Analgesic And Anaesthetic Action. 17. The NMDA-Receptor: Beyond Anaesthetic Action; F. Sureda, J. Mallol. 18. Pharmacology and Clinical Action Of COX-2 Selective Inhibitors; J. Bovill. 19. Neuromodulatory Action of the Endocannabinoids; L. de Petrocellis, T. Bisogno, V. di Marzo. 20. Effect Sites of Neuromuscular Blocking Agents and the Monitoring of Clinical Muscle Relaxation; C. Meistelman. 21. Effect Site Modelling and its Application in TCI; E. Mortier, M. Struys. 22. Remifentanil: from Pharmacological Properties to Clinical Practice; F. Servin. 23. Advances in Regional Anaesthesia and Analgesia; A. Borgeat, G. Ekatodramis. 24. Ketamine, Revival of a Versatile Intravenous Anaesthetic; J. Raeder.
Since its launch in 1998 the European Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (EuroSIVA) has come a long way in providing educational material and supporting the research and clinical application of intravenous anaesthesia. After the first two annual meetings held in Barcelona and Amsterdam in 1998 and 1999, three other successful meetings took place in Vienna, Gothenburg and Nice in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Next to these main meetings, starting in the year 2000, a smaller winter meeting has been organised every last week of January in Crans Montana, Switzerland. Both the main summer and the winter meetings breathe the same atmosphere of sharing the latest on intravenous anaesthesia research in the presence of a friendly environment and good company. Since the first meetings the educational tools of EuroSIVA have increased in quantity and technical quality allowing digital slide and video presentation along with the use of the computer simulation program TIVAtrainer during the speaker sessions and the workshops. Furthermore, EuroSIVA now exploits a website www. eurosiva. org that allows for continuous exchange of information on intravenous anaesthesia, the TIVAtrainer, the EuroSIVA meetings and online registration for these meetings. The EuroSIVA is currently engaged in friendly contacts with the Asian Oceanic Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (AOSIVA), the United Kingdom Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (UKSIVA), the Korean Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (KSIVA), the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA) and the International Society for Applied Pharmacology (ISAP).
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