Topics on the BUS-13:
- COVID-19 pneumonia is not typical ARDS
Professor Paolo Pasqualino Pelosi, MD, FERS, Head of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Professor in Anesthesiology, Department of Surgical Sciences and Integrated Diagnostics, University of Genoa, Italy
The main research interests of Prof. Pelosi have been directed to respiratory physiology during anaesthesia and respiratory failure. Prof. Pelosi developed several collaborations with highly scientifically reputed groups in European and Extra-European countries, for research in the field of mechanical ventilation and sepsis in experimental and clinical settings. He is experienced in meta-analysis and leading of large prospective randomized controlled trials as well as observational trials, beeing actually the Cahir of PROVEnet investigators.
He served as President of the European Society of Anaesthesiology ESA (2010-2011) and first as Secretary and than as Head of the Respiratory Intensive Care Assembly 2 at the European Respiratory Society. Prof. Pelosi is Fellow of the European Respiratory Society (FERS).
He is Author or Co-Author of over 450 medical and scientific peer review papers, 90 book chapters and has lectured in more than 1470 national and international meetings on ventilation management during the perioperative period and on the pathophysiology and treatments of acute respiratory failure. Total IF 1643, citations 19327, H-Index 63 (Scopus).
Prof. Paolo Pelosi participated in BUS-10:
- Tracheostomy in critically ill patients
- Protective ventilation in all patients from OR to ICU
- Variable ventilation in critically ill patients: is chaos better? QA session, workshop