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CPOCT Symposium Presentations

26th International CPOCT Symposium
The Benefits and Challenges of Point-of-Care Testing Across the Clinical Spectrum
September 21-24, 2016. Copenhagen, Denmark

Sponsored by the AACC Critical and Point-of-Care Testing Division. Developed in cooperation with the Danish Society for Clinical Biochemistry (DSKB) and under the auspices of the IFCC


September 22, 2016

T. Scott Isbell, PhD, Conference Chair
Henrik Jorgensen, MD President, Danish Society for Clinical Biochemistry
Patricia Jones, PhD, President, AACC

8:45am POCT Then and Now—A Conversation with Key Opinion Leaders
An interview with leaders from clinical practice, the laboratory, and industry on the disruption and promise of POCT in patient care.
Christopher Price, PhD, Jeffrey DuBois, PhD, Bradley Karon, MD, PhD, T. Scott Isbell, PhD

SESSION 1: POCT in the Intensive Care Setting
9:15am Moderator: L. V. Rao, PhD

9:20am Utility of Point-of-Care Testing for Critically Ill Adults
Craig Lilly, MD, Chief of ICU, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Boston, MA

10:20am Nanobiosensors for Diagnostics Applications
Prof. Dr. Arben Merkoci, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Barcelona, Spain

10:50am The Role of POCT in Management of Infectious Disease in the Critical Care Setting
Nathan A. Ledeboer, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA

11:20am Diagnosis of Infection Utilizing Accellix CD64
Tobias Volker, LeukoDx, Jerusalem, Israel

11:30am Evaluating a Novel Ex-vivo Point-of-Care Testing Device for Blood Gas and Electrolyte Measurement for Acceptance by the POCT Committee.
Paul Holloway, PhD, Imperial College, London, Oxford, United Kingdom

11:40pm Panel Discussion/Q&A

SESSION 2: Direct to Consumer Testing—the New Face of Point-of-Care?

1:45pm Moderator: Nicole Tolan, PhD

1:50pm Consumer Understanding of Laboratory Testing: Labtests Online
D. Robert Dufour, MD, George Washington University, Washington, DC

2:20pm With Home Testing, Consumers Take Charge of Their Health
James Nichols, PhD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

3:20pm Direct-to-Consumer Testing: The Business with Lifestyle Tests
Matthias Orth, MD, PhD, Institute for Laboratory Medicine, Marienhospital, Stuttgart, Germany

3:50pm Direct to Consumer Testing: Opportunities and Challenges of Genetic Testing
Linnea Baudhuin, PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

4:20pm Commutability of External Quality Material for Blood Glucose Measuring Systems.
Julie Jacobs, MD, OLVZ Aalst, Aalst, Belgium

4:30pm Point/CounterPoint

September 23, 2016

Vendor Presentations
Moderator: Scott Isbell, PhD
8:30am Nova Biomedical Corporation
8:50am Philips
9:10am Radiometer and HemoCue

SESSION 3: POCT in the Primary Care Setting
9:30am Moderator: T. Scott Isbell, PhD and Karen Jenkins

9:35am Current and Future Use of POCT in Primary Care: A Needs Assessment
Chris Price, PhD, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, UK

10:00am Point of Care Lipid Testing in Pediatrics
Amy Saenger, PhD, University of Minnesota, Rochester, MN

10:55am The Role of Pharmacist and POCT in Primary Care
Donald Klepser, PhD, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Pharmacy Practice Department, Omaha, NE

11:20am Tuberculosis POCT: An Integrated Photonic Biosensor for Tuberculosis Detection
Prof. Dr. Mahavir Singh, Lionex GmbH, Braunschweig, Germany

11:35 Self-monitoring creatinine after kidney transplantation: Adherence to measurement protocol and reliability of patient reported data
Céline van Lint, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden The Netherlands

11:50pm Panel Discussion/Q & A

SESSION 4: POCT in the Pediatric Setting
2:00pm Moderator: Kerstin Halverson

2:05pm Bedside Assessment of Neonatal Oxygenation: The Role for POCT
Gorm Greisen, MD, Department of Neonatology, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark

2:30pm Pediatric Monitoring of Glucose Control Using Apple's Health Kit
Christopher Longhurst, MD, UCSD Health System, San Diego, CA

3:25pm Perspectives on POCT Neonatal Testing: Impact on Clinical Practice
Carolina Backman Johansson, MD, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden

4:05pm POCKET: Feasibility of the Use of Point of Care Technology to Measure Ketone and Lactate Levels in the Newborn at Risk from Hypoglycaemia.
Katrina Crawford, MD, Cambridge University Hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom

4:20pm Clinical Evaluation of Statstrip® Lactate for Use in Fetal Scalp Blood Sampling
Ayesha Heinis, Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

4:35pm Panel Discussion/Q&A

September 24, 2016

SESSION 5: POCT in the Emergency Department Setting
9:30am Moderator: Nichole Korpi-Steiner, PhD

9:35am POCT in the Overcrowded Emergency Department—Can It Make a Difference?
Ulf Martin Schilling, MD, PhD, University of Linköping, Linköping, Sweden

10:00am Waiting for High-Sensitivity POCT Cardiac Troponin Assays: Clinical and Analytical Needs
Fred Apple, PhD, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, USA

10:55am Point-of-Care D-dimer Use in Emergency Departments: Evidence and the Spat!
Amith Shetty, MD, FACEM, Western Sydney Local Health District, Westmead Institute, Sydney, Australia

11:20am Point-of-Care Lactate for Sepsis Detection: Reconsidering Accuracy, Precision, and Concordance Criteria
Bradley Karon, MD, PhD, FACB, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

11:45am Impact of Point-of-Care Creatinine and eGFR Measurements on the Risk of Contrast-Induced Acute Kidney Injury for Patients with ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction Undergoing Primary PCI.
Grigoris Karamasis, MD, Essex Cardiothoracic Centre, Basildon, United Kingdom

12:00pm Case Review: What would you do?

12:25pm Closing Comments