Webinar "Indirect calorimetry in everyday practice: European and Australian experiences"

Posted on 09 September 2021, Indirect Calorimetry, Webinar

On October 4th 2021, join Dr Elisabeth De Waele, Dr Suzie Ferrie and Kate Lambell in this panel discussion as they delve into the Indirect Calorimetry (IC) practices used in their respective settings. 

Q-NRG

 

Baxter Webinar "Q-NRG - Utilizzo della calorimetria indiretta nel determinare con accuratezza i fabbisogni energetici"

Posted on 06 September 2021, Indirect Calorimetry, Webinar

On September 28th 2021, join Baxter Webinar "Quantify nutritional request and goals Q-NRG+". 

Q-NRG

 

Webinar “Professional athlete support" by COSMED Deutschland GmbH

Posted on 18 Juni 2021, Webinar, Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Test

In dialogue with Dr. Sebastian Zeller, sports scientist, trainer and author from Cologne, we talk about the following topics:

- The physiologically based athlete support
- The benefits of bipolar training
- The practical experiences from everyday trainer life

[ GERMAN language ] - Starting from min 30

 

Webinar “Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics during COVID-19” by COSMED Deutschland GmbH

Posted on 29 April 2021, Webinar, Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Test

In dialogue with Dr. Guido Lehnert, expert in pulmonology and sports medicine, Sebastian Handel, CSO at COSMED Deutschland GmbH, discusses on the following topics:

- How do we deal sensibly with COVID-19 in everyday diagnostics?
- What are the challenges and how do we master them?
- Which diagnostic methods are currently particularly useful?

[ GERMAN language ]

 

ASPEN Podcast: Should Indirect Calorimetry be the Standard of Care for Determining Energy Targets in the ICU?

Posted on 22 März 2021, Indirect Calorimetry, Webinar

NCP April 2021: Pro/Con: Should Indirect Calorimetry be the Standard of Care for Determining Energy Targets in the ICU?

In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief Jeanette Hasse, PhD, RD, FADA, CnSC, interviews Paul Wischmeyer, M.D., E.D.I.C., FASPEN, FCCM, and Stephen McClave, M.D., FASPEN, two clinical controversy paper present opposing views.

 

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