Invited Moderator

Taiwan (台灣)
  • Prof.  黃彥達(Yen Ta Huang)
  • Clinical Associate Professor
  • College of Medicine, National Cheng Kung University
Dr. Huang is the current director of Taiwan Society of Emergency & Critical Care Medicine (TSECCM). Now he is working as clinical associate professor at Surgical Intensive Unit of National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Tainan, Taiwan.
He earned his M.D. degree from National Taiwan University (2000). Afterward, he completed his residency training at Hualien Tzu Chi Medical Center, and got the Board of Internal Medicine (2003) and Emergency Medicine (2005). He was the attending physician of Department of Emergency Medicine, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, and Division of Experimental Surgery of Hualien Tzu Chi Medical Center, Hualien, Taiwan.
He obtained his master (2006) and PhD degree (2011) from Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Tzu Chi University and was the associate professor in Department of Pharmacology of Tzu Chi University, Hualien, Taiwan. He had studied abroad as the visiting scholar in Department of Emergency & Care Medicine of Nagoya University (November 2014~May 2015), Nagoya, Japan.
Dr. Huang not only specializes in pre-clinical investigation but also clinical studies, especially the field of evidence-based medicine. He was the head consultant of Taiwan Consensus of Acute Kidney Injury 2020.
Medical management of bleeding and coagulopathy in critically ill trauma patients: update from the sixth edition of European guideline and new evidence
Evidence-based medicine is a cornerstone of daily practice and is widely acknowledged by clinical physicians, including intensivists. This year, the latest edition of the European guideline on the management of major bleeding and coagulopathy following trauma was released. Apart from the references cited in this guideline, there have been recent pivotal studies on the topic. In this presentation, I will share the most recent findings related to major bleeding and coagulopathy post-trauma.