Critical Care Lineup at ATS 2023

The ATS 2023 International Conference offers a robust scientific program highlighting the cutting-edge advancements in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. This includes several Postgraduate Courses, Scientific Symposia, and Meet the Expert Sessions addressing new developments and considerations in critical care and illness, as listed below. For more information on these and other sessions to be presented May 19–24 in Washington, DC, visit the online Program Itinerary.

  • PG1A. Critical Care Ultrasound and Echocardiography I
  • PG1B. Critical Care Ultrasound and Echocardiography II
  • PG2. Bronch Day 2023: A Comprehensive, Hands-On Guide to Basic Bronchoscopy, Ebus, and Navigational Bronchoscopy
  • PG7. Updates on Lung Transplantation; What Pulmonologists Need to Know?
  • A4. Achieving Health Equity in Global Critical Care: Challenges and Innovations
  • A9. Using Technology to Save the Brain and Body: Novel Interventions to Manage Pain, Anxiety, Delirium, and Promote Mobility in ICU
  • A11. Caring for Historically Marginalized Patients: Ethical, Legal and Advocacy Primer for Providers
  • A90. Myths or Truths: Controversies in Respiratory Medicine, the New Frontier
  • B5. Back to Basics: Harnessing the Power of Mouse Models to Understand Human Sepsis
  • B84. Next Generation Critical Care Trials: From Pragmatic Trials to Precision Medicine
  • C4. Fluid and Vasopressor Resuscitation for Early Sepsis: When, Which, and How Much?
  • C5. Dismantling Structural Racism From Risk and Disease Prediction in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
  • C6. Disparities in Respiratory Genomics Research: Strategies to Advance Science and Clinical Care
  • B7. Sickle Cell Lung Disease Across the Lifespan: Where Are We Now?
  • B9. Sex-Specific Mechanisms of Lung Disease Pathogenesis Through the Lens of Single Cell RNA Sequencing
  • B11. Global Insights on the Long-Term Sequelae of Infections: Beyond COVID
  • B86. Precision Medicine in Pneumonia
  • B88. Leaps and Bounds: Reducing Healthcare’s Carbon Footprint
  • B90. Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • C84. Cardiac Arrest: New Science and Changing Guidelines
  • C88. Biological Impact of COVID-19 Across the Lifespan
  • D4. The Long and Winding Road: The Future of ICU Outcomes Research
  • D84. From Genes to Clinical Trials: State-of-the-Art Approaches to Heterogeneity in the ICU
  • D86. Humans, Animals, the Environment: Why Is the One Health Approach Needed for Emerging Health Issues?
  • D88. Beyond Bioenergetics: Cellular Metabolism in Lung Health and Disease
  • MTE1. Emerging Presentations of Illicit or Synthetic Drugs Toxicity
  • MTE3. Cystic Fibrosis in the ICU: BPH, Bacteria, and Beyond
  • MTE6. Qualitative Research for the Quantitative Scientist: Incorporating Qualitative Methods into Scholarship and Clinical Practice
  • MTE12. Parsing Critical Illness Syndromes into Treatable Traits
  • MTE16. It Takes a Village: Integrating ILD Support Groups into Community Medical Centers
  • MTE20. Dyspnea During Mechanical Ventilation
  • MTE57. Go Team! Applying Team Science Principles for Effective Interprofessional Leadership
  • MTE59. Molecular Diagnostics in Severe Pneumonia: The Evidence and Case-Based Discussion of Clinical Implementation
  • MTE60. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Cardiac Arrest: When, Why, and How

Register for ATS 2023

Register today for the ATS 2023 International Conference! Don’t miss this opportunity to take part in the in-person conference, May 19-24 in Washington, DC. Join your colleagues to learn about the latest developments in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.