05 June 2018
Optimal Nutrition Care guided by Indirect Calorimetry - COSMED Satellite Symposium at ESPEN 2018
Rome (Italy) - June 2018 - The 2018 ESPEN (European Society Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition) Congress will host a Satellite Symposium sponsored by COSMED dedicated to indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients, including an introduction of the main breakthroughs of the new Q-NRG metabolic monitor.
Optimal Nutrition Care guided by Indirect Calorimetry
2nd September 2018 |12:30 – 13:30
IFEMA Congress Centre - Room # N109+N110 Madrid (Spain)
Prof. Claude Pichard, Geneva University Hospital (Switzerland)
Programme [full flyer]
- Indirect Calorimetry for Tailoring Nutrition Prescription: Benefits and Constraints - Prof. Michael Hiesmayr, Medical University of Wien (Austria)
- The new metabolic monitor: Technical Breakthroughs and Features - Prof. Claude Pichard, Geneva University Hospital (Switzerland)
- Measuring Energy Expenditure in ICU: A New User Experience (Demo Video)
- Open Discussion
Founded in 1980, COSMED is a privately-owned company manufacturing Cardio Pulmonary and Metabolic Diagnostic Equipment. COSMED products include a full range of Spirometers, Pulmonary Function, Body Composition, Nutritional Assessment and Cardio Pulmonary Exercise systems, including Electrocardiographs, Ergometers and Assessment Software. COSMED solutions are aimed for either professional or medical use for many different applications like: Hospital, Clinics, Primary Care, University & Education in Human Physiology, Clinical Nutrition, Commercial Weight Management, Human Performance Centers, Sport Institutions and Health Club Industry. COSMED Headquarters are located in the province of Rome, Italy. COSMED is a world-wide organization with direct operations in United States, Australia, China, France, Germany, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Switzerland and UK, plus a B2B network covering more than 80 countries.
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