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Perhimpunan Dokter Intensive Care Indonesia (PERDICI) or internationally known as Indonesian Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ISICM) is an organization that managed and run by Intensive Care specialists. These specialists are all God’s most talented and gifted creation. They love doing their job in helping the needed ones.
The reason PERDICI was established because Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) has grown rapidly at most regions around the world and Indonesia tries to keep up with the new technology and/or standards. People who do not quite understand the connection between Anaesthesiology and ICM, ICM is one of the main topic in Anaesthetic studies. These Anaesthetist has always been supporting ICU globally in terms of practices, studies and research. However, Anaesthetist are not the only Intensive Care specialist who works in ICU or ICM, there are other specialists right until this moment has joined in or even General Practitioner (GP) who are capable/talented in handling ICM. They travel around the world to exhchange knowledge amongst them selves, some region may never got the same cases as the Indonesian ICU had come across with. This organization focuses on its term of Intensive Care consultant.
|21 - 28 Oktober 2023||BICC Online Course|
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|16 - 17 Desember 2023||Pediatric FCCS di Jakarta|
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14th Annual Meeting of ISICM
New Era in ICU: Beyond accessibility for quality improvement
Great ICU design should achieves inclusive environment. It doesn’t mean every individual’s need met exactly. It includes diverse user groups early in design process and applying high design standards to meet the requirements of all users for better patients’ quality improvement. It is Beyond Accesibility
It is also for accesibility to ICU care for remote areas. Everyone needs equal accesibility to it. Tele-ICU was developed to address the increasing complexity of patients and the lack of intensivist numbers nowadays.
There is a shortage of critical care trained clinicians. This event is an evolving network of clinical care teams that provide expert medical advice to anyone who needs it, wherever they may be, using network enabled mobile devices such as – cell phones, tablets, computers (tele medicine)
Let’s sit down, catch up and enjoy our Liberika Meranti coffee in September, 13-19th 2023 at 14th Annual Meeting of ISICM in conjunction with 11th World Sepsis Day.
Launching New ICU Nutrition Guideline, VITAL for Your Patients Outcome
PERDICI bekerjasama dengan PT. Abbott Nutrition Indonesia
Hotel Aryaduta Jakarta, Sabtu, 18 Juni 2022