16th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists

28 August - 2 September 2016
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Jan Hendrickx

Affiliation: Anesthesiology/CCM OLV Hospital, Aalst, Belgium;

Award / titles received: Staff Anesthesiologist, OLV Hospital, Aalst, Belgium Consulting Assistant Professor (alumni), Stanford University, Stanford, CA Associate Editor, Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing Immediate Past Chair, ESA Scientific Subcommittee on Equipment, Monitoring, and Ultrasound Member ESA Patient Safety and Quality Committee Director, www.NAVAt.org

Statement of expertise for the sub-committee: Jan Hendrickx has published extensively on quantitative aspects of the kinetics of inhaled anesthetics and carrier gases in over 100 abstracts, 44 manuscripts, 2 book chapters, and a thesis (University of Gent, Belgium, 2004). He currently focuses on target controlled low flow delivery (including technical aspects) and PK/PD visual display systems, with plenty of information available at www.navat.org

Link to department website: http://www.navat.org

Biography: Jan Hendrickx, MD, PhD, is both a Belgian and USA trained anesthesiologist. He is staff anesthesiologist at the department of Anesthesiology/CCM of the OLV hospital in Aalst, Belgium. He has published and lectured extensively on the subject of quantitative aspects of the kinetics of inhaled anesthetics and carrier gases. He completed a fellowship/sabbatical in kinetic modeling and drug interactions (2005-2006) under the supervision of Steve Shafer (Stanford University, CA, USA). He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, and reviewer for several other international journals. He is Immediate Past Chair of the ESA Scientific Subcommittee on Equipment, Monitoring, and Ultrasound, and member of the ESA Patient Safety and Quality Committee. He is founder of www.NAVAt.org.

Disclosure of Interest:

J. Hendrickx Receipt of grants / research supports from: Lecture support, travel reimbursements, equipment loans, consulting fees, meeting organizational support (NAVAt) from basically all companies involved with inhaled agent delivery,  Receipt of honoraria or consultation fees from: As above.

 


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