5. Symposium 2011

Abgerundetes Rechteck:       European Hypoxia Symposia

Wissenschaftliches Programm

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Fri. 2.9.11

 

 

 

 

 

Session 1

14:15 - 15:30

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Physiology 1 (Altitude)

Avancini

Early oxygen desaturation is related to AMS development during acute exposure to high alitude

 

Schneider

Statistical Analyses of Meteorlogical Data of German Alps and Lower Mountain Ranges

 

Cukjati

On the Peak Lenin 7134 expedition there was correlation between VO2max at sea level and uphill walking performance at 4100m but not with maximal reached altitude

 

Faulhaber

Intermittent hypoxia does not affect arterial oxygen saturation at rest during short-term exposure to simulated altitudes up to 4000 m

 

 

 

Session 2

16:00 - 18:30

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Physiology 2 (Aviation/Military)

Nehring

Five year experience with the upgraded dynamic flight simulator (human centrifuge) for Eurofighter /Typhoon pilot training in the German Air Force

 

Holzinger

Is there a need for mountain guides in the police?

 

Hopf

Education in High-altitude-medicine in the German Armed Forces

 

Hagmann

Military operations and preparations for high altitude deployments

(General)

Honka

Disinfection of hands at a high mountains expedition (Cho Oyu) – an experience report

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sa. 3.9.11

 

 

 

 

 

Session 3

8:30 - 10:00

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Safety / Occupa-tional

Kremers

Altitude Rescue – The use of alpine techniques in an urban environment (Cathedral of Ulm)

Medicine

Küpper

Climbing capabilities and alpine emergencies – minimal requirements for personnel of alpine rescue organizations

 

van der Giet

Hypoxia and hearing - what do we really know?

 

Küpper

Cold exposure during alpine rescue operations – consequences for the rescuer’s and patient’s safety

 

Kremers

Safety in cave diving – insight into a discipline which is less extreme than most people might expect

 

 

 

Session 4

10:30 - 12:30

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Sport 1 (pre-existing

Ulmer

Calculated energy consumption during walking in a mountain region, based on geographical data (distances and height-differences)

diseases)

Gebhardt

Energy consumption during therapeutic hiking as part of therapy for obese children in the Schönsicht Hospital Berchtesgaden

 

Ulmer

Energy consumption during therapeutic cross-country skiing as part of the therapy for obese children in the Schönsicht Hospital Berchtesgaden

 

Goebbels

Chromoglycate, reproterol, or both – what’s best for exercise-induced asthma?

 

Vogel

Success and Pain at Summiting of Aconcaga (6962 m) in the Age of 71 Years

(General)

von Rennen-kampff

The Mule as pack animal for expeditions and military missions in high-alpine terrain

 

 

 

Practice

 

 

 

 

 

Session 5

15:00 - 16:40

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Physiology 3 (Altitude)

Nakata

Hypoxia does affect left ventricular diastolic function together with significant pulmonary hypertension in Acute Mountain Sickness syndrome (AMSS)

 

Krausert

ECG, EEG and changes in the Lake Louise Score (LLS) from sea level to a simulated altitude of 4000 m and back to sea leveling comparison to a former study at the Dachstein Massif 2005

 

Tannheimer

Quantifying altitude related hypoxic stress by protein carbonylation

 

Antunotto

Neocytolysis of red blood cells following high altitude exposure

 

Eismann

Peripheral versus transthoracic measurement of bioelectric impedance for early detection of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)

 

 

 

Session 6

17:00 - 18:40

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Sport 2 (Incidences,

Küpper

Differential diagnosis of dyspnoea at high altitude is not that easy

emergencies, accidents)

Biggel

Suspension trauma – physiology, prophylaxis and therapy

 

Lechner

Emergencies while Travelling: Risk Management when Trekking

 

Küpper

Trekkers don’t have teeth? – The need for dental First Aid knowledge when travelling abroad. Data from the 1st ADEMED Expedition 2008

 

Michailov

Athletic profile of high altitude climbers and influence of an expedition on anthropometric variables

 

 

 

Evening Program:

Sauerwein

Our way up to Aconcagua - it was paved with dead bodies

 

& Schramm

 

So. 4.9.11

 

 

 

 

 

Session 7

8:30 - 10:00

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Physiology 4

Gorjanc

Cold induced vasodilatation as predicting factor for freezing cold injury

(Temperature)

Welsch

Individual reaction to acute cold exposure

 

Richter

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS): Treatment of deep frostbite injuries and early prognosis in amputation level

 

Gunga

The Double Sensor – a new heat flux measurement device to monitor continuously core temperature in humans under different environmental and clinical settings

 

Werner

Hypoxia in high altitude induces hyperthermia in body core temperature measured by using the heat flux DoubleSensor method

 

 

 

Session 8

10:30 - 12:30

 

Main topic

Speaker

Topic

Training / preparation

Ušaj

The endurance training effects of high – altitude alpinist expeditions may be of smaller importance than acclimatization

 

Niederseer

Altitude training – facts and myths

 

Sumners

A comparison of physiological responses to normoxic and hypoxic exercise in international footballers

 

Küpper

Pre-acclimatization in Hypoxic Chambers for High Altitude Sojourns

 

Tannheimer

Improvement of altitude performance test after acclimatization

 

Vujic

Anthropomotoric profiles of elite male ice climbers