5th ICM+ Users' Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa, 2022

Dr Peter Smielewski (Cambridge, UK) The Key Note
Prof Tony Figaji (Cape Town, South Africa) 'The real world impact of ICM+'
Dr Shruti Agrawal (Cambridge, U.K.) 'STARSHIP, UK-wide project on monitoring cerebral autoregulation paediatric TBI'
Dr Vytautas Petkus (Kaunas, Lithuania) 'Rapid optimal cerebral perfusion pressure value identification in TBI, wishful thinking or a feasible aim'
Dr Robert McNamara (Perth, Australia) 'Integration of ICM+ high resolution monitoring within a real time data mining system – an overview of the AIMS-TBI project systems'
Dr Soojin Park (New York, USA) 'How to remove EVD artefacts from ICP measurements'
Dr Giada Cucciolini/Dr Virginia Motroni (Cambridge, U.K.) The challenges and value of full multimodal neuro-monitoring in TBI
Prof Marek Czosnyka (Cambridge, U.K.) 'Confessions of the oldest user of ICM+'
Luke Lu (Melbourn, Australia) 'Tackling multicentre inteventional trial of PbtO2, BONANZA, data collection and curation pipeline'
Dr Pierre Bourgoin (Nantes, France) 'Monitoring cerebral autoregulation during paediatric cardiac surgery: new insights and perpectives'
Dr Josef Skola (Usti Nad Lebem, Czech Republic) 'From curiosity to the first paper about PRx.'
Dr Erta Beqiri (Cambridge, U.K.) 'Embracing the big data, or how do I analyse my thousand patients'
Prof Celeste Dias (Porto, Portugal) '10-years experience of CPPopt-targeted management'
Prof Bart Depreitere (Leuven, Belgium) 'In search of the true nature of the limits of cerebral autoregulation'
Dr Olivier Baledent (Amiens, France) 'L’énigme des compliances cérébrales, or what can we learn from pulse waves of CSF pressure and cerebral pulsatile volumes, the REVERT study'
Dr Agnieszka Kazimierska (Wroclaw, Poland) 'Real time tracking of brain compliance using AI python tools in ICM+'