Industry Satellite Symposia

Nutritional strategies to tackle loss of muscle mass and improve patient outcomes across the healthcare continuum


Abbott Nutrition Health Institute

Saturday 1 September, 12:00-13:30


Chair: Ricardo Rueda, MD, PhD, MSc, Abbott Nutrition, Spain
12:00-12:10 Welcome and Introduction Ricardo Rueda, MD, PhD, MSc

Abbott Nutrition, Spain

12:10-12:30 Nutritional interventions to support muscle mass in the ICU patient: From acute care to recovery Paul Wischmeyer, MD, EDIC

Duke University Hospital, USA

12:30-12:50 Why muscle matters: Meeting nutritional needs throughout the cancer journey Alessandro Laviano, MD

La Sapienza University, Italy

12:50-13:10 COPD and muscle mass loss: Effective identification and management Annemie Schols, PhD

Maastricht University, The Netherlands

13:10-13:30 Panel Discussion/Q&A/Concluding Remarks All Speakers


Components of Parenteral Nutrition in ICU and Beyond



Monday 3 September, 12:30-13:30

12:00 Welcome and Introductions
12:10-12:45 Nutrition through the Continuum of Hospital Stay in Critical illness Emma Ridley, Australia
12:45-1:15 Olive-oil lipid emulsions: A 100 million doses later. Elizabeth De Waele, Belgium
1:15-1:30 Concluding Remarks


Home Parenteral Nutrition – The stakeholders perspective



Sunday 2 September, 12:30-13:30

Home Parenteral Nutrition – The stakeholders perspective PART 1 Krista Murray

Nutrition Clinical Nurse Specialist, University College London Hospital

Home Parenteral Nutrition – The stakeholders perspective PART 2 Carolyn Wheatley – head of PINNT
Concluding Remarks


Beyond nutrients: Health Effects of the Dairy Matrix


EMF European Milk Forum

Monday 3 September, 12:30-13:30

Chair: Dr Stephan Peters – Manager nutrition & food law – NZO – The Netherlands
12h30-12h35 Welcome and Introduction
12h35-12h55 Muscle mass maintenance: protein and physical activity Pr Luc van Loon-Maastricht University–The Netherlands
12h55-13h15 Dairy matrix effects on T2 diabetes and cardiometabolic health? Pr Arne Astrup – University of Copenhagen – Denmark
13h15-13h30 Discussion and concluding remarks. Dr Stephan Peters


Optimal Nutrition Care guided by Indirect Calorimetry



Sunday 2 September, 12:30-13:30

Chair: Prof. Claude Pichard , Geneva University Hospital (Switzerland)
12h30 Welcome Marco Brugnoli, COSMED (Italy)
Indirect Calorimetry for Tailoring Nutrition Prescription: Benefits and Constraints


Prof. Michael Hiesmayr,                     Medical University of Wien (Austria)
The new metabolic monitor: Technical Breakthroughs and Features


Prof. Claude Pichard, Geneva University Hospital (Switzerland)
Measuring Energy Expenditure in ICU: A New User Experience Demo Video


13h30 Open Discussion


Nutrition adequacy in critical care – From challenges to solutions


Fresenius Kabi

Monday 3 September, 16:00-17:30

Chair: Prof. Claude Pichard, Switzerland
16:00 – 16:15

15 min

Mission possible  – Nutrition adequacy in critical care Prof. Claude Pichard,


16:15 – 16:45

30 min

Protein Delivery in the Intensive Care Unit: Optimal or Sub optimal? Prof. Peter Weijs,

The Netherlands

16:45 – 17:15

30 min

Optimizing protein and energy balance – How to get it done at bed site Prof. Pierre Singer,


17:15 – 17:30

15 min

Q&A and concluding remarks All
New evidence for medical nutrition to improve patient outcomes


Nestle Health Science

Sunday 2 September, 18:00-19:30

Chair: Stephane M. Schneider MD PhD. Head of Nutritional Support Unit in the Gastroenterology and Nutrition Department. Archet University Hospital in Nice (France)
18:00-19:30 DIVINE nutritional management of ICU patients Juan G. Ochoa, MD, FACS, FCCM. Chief Medical Officer, Nestlé Health Science North America (US)
New insights on clinical outcomes of a total meal replacement program for obesity Dr. Jamy Ard, MD. Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Co-Director of Weight Management Center. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (US)
Systematic use of oral nutritional supplements improves treatment tolerance in head and neck cancer pati Emanuele Cereda, MD, PhD. Nutrition and Dietetics Service, Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo (Italy)
Questions & Answers Panel
Concluding Remarks Chair Stephane M. Schneider MD PhD. Head of Nutritional Support Unit in the Gastroenterology and Nutrition Department. Archet University Hospital in Nice (France)


A Patient Centered Approach for Optimal Nutritional Care
The Journey to Recovery
Nutricia Advanced Medical NutritionSunday 2 September, 18:00-19:30
Chair: Dr. Maria Ballesteros, Department of Endocrinology and Nutrition, León, Spain
18.00 – 18.05 Welcome and Introduction Dr. Maria Ballesteros, Spain
18.05 – 18.30 Optimizing the Protein Balance in the Critically Ill Patient Dr. Arthur van Zanten, The Netherlands
18.30 – 18.55 The Importance of Timing and Dosing in Protein Delivery on the Ward Professor Elisabeth De Waele, Belgium
18.55 – 19.20 Nutrition for Recovery and Beyond Professor Paul Wischmeyer, USA
19.20 – 19.30 Concluding Remarks & Q&A All speakers


Diagnostic and Treatment challenges in patients with crohns disease following extensive intestinal resection



Saturday 1 September, 12:00-13:30

Chairs: Loris Pironi & Palle Bekker Jeppesen
12:00 Welcome and Introduction Loris Pironi
12:15 Case Introduction Palle Bekker Jeppesen
12:20 The Patient Interview Loris Pironi
12:35 Patient case video series:

audience test questions , diagnostic questions, medication questions

Palle Bekker Jeppesen
12:45 Case conclusions / audience Q&A Loris Pironi
1:00 The role of the MDT in managing the patient with SBS-IF


Loris Pironi &
Palle Bekker Jeppesen


Short bowel syndrome in children



Monday 3 September, 12:30-13:30

Chair: Prof. Olivier Goulet, France
12:30–12:35 Welcome and introduction Prof. Olivier Goulet, France
12:35–12:50 Paediatric SBS-IF: aetiology and disease burden Dr Laura Merras-Salmio, Finland
12:50–13:05 Current treatment options for SBS-IF in children Prof. Olivier Goulet, France
13:05–13:20 Improvements in the management of SBS-IF in children Dr Julian Thomas, UK
13:20–13:30 Panel discussion and close Prof. Olivier Goulet, France (chair)

Dr Laura Merras-Salmio, Finland

Dr Julian Thomas, UK