Monocyte distribution width: importance in early detection of sepsis

The International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine featured a live symposium hosted by Beckman Coulter devoted to the role of monocyte distribution width. Here, speakers take part in a question and answer session.

The International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM) is a non-profit organisation created in 1980 as a result of an international symposium, having since expanded over the years, covering different aspects of intensive care and emergency medicine. In 1980, almost 200 people attended the first meeting held in a single room and led by only six speakers.
In 2019, ISICEM welcomed more than 6000 participants from 104 countries worldwide.

            Owing to its independence from any scientific society and the increasing recognition of its scientific content and level, ISICEM is able to extend invitations to the very best leaders and speakers from around the world, making this event one of the most important in this field.

            The 41st conference took place in Brussels on 22–25 March, providing physicians, nurses and other health professionals with an up-to-date review of the most recent, clinically relevant developments in research, therapy and management of the critically ill.

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