PPTA Sponsored Symposia
|PPTA is pleased to be a major sponsor of scientific forums to advance the field of plasma protein therapeutics.|
Bioplasma World Asia 2014
Bioplasma World Asia is the pre-eminent platform for key decision leaders from the blood plasma industry in Asia and the rest of the world. The 2012 and 2013 events were a resounding success, which gathered more than 200 opinion and thought leaders various Asian countries including China, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore. Last year, Bioplasma World Asia 2013 was taken to a whole new level by co-locating it with the very first Bloodborne Pathogen Safety Workshop!
Bioplasma World Asia 2014 was held July 1-2, 2014 in Singapore. "Industry View on Global Supply of Plasma Protein Therapies" was presented by Jan M. Bult, President & CEO, PPTA.
Bioplasma World Asia will continue to bring together international and Asia’s plasma fractionators, blood establishments, health authorities, regulators, academics and technology specialists to discuss pressing issues, share best practices, latest developments, and explore opportunities and viable partnerships to meet the demand of the persistently rising Asian bioplasma market.
International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
The International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine is organized by the department of Intensive Care Emergency Medicine of Erasme University Hospital, Université Libre de Bruxelles, in association with the Belgian Society of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (SIZ). The meeting is held every year in March. Started in 1980, this meeting has become established as one of the largest in its field, now attracting more than 5630 participants from countries worldwide. PPTA is Platinum Sponsor for the Congress.
Great American Fluid Debate
This conference brings together critial care specialists to discuss advances, concepts and controversies related to:
- Regional and neuro anesthesia
- Pain management
- Critical care
- Non invasive monitoring
- Fluid management
7th Congress of the Chinese Society of Critical Care Medicine
This annual event is important both in China and neighboring countries with an expected attendance of 6000. PPTA joined the organizing committee to present a session on Fluid Resuscitation Controversy including "Colloids in Critical Care: An Analysis of Recent Trials" by Professor John Myburgh and "Fluids in Sepsis: Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness" by Professor Albert Farrugia.