11th ECAT PARTICIPANTS MEETING
Dates: Thursday 8 November and Friday 9 November 2018
Participation in the Participants’ Meeting is free of charge
The registration desk is open on Thursday from 8.30 – 17.30 hr. and Friday from 8.00 – 16.00 hr.
Lunches will be provided on both days.
Thursday 8 November 2018 Time: 9.30 – 17.00 hr.
- New developments in haemophilia treatment — David Lillicrap
- Haemophila treatment and laboratory testing — Stefan Tiefenbacher
- One-stage clotting assay versus chromogenic testing in the diagnosis of haemophilia patients — Lisette Schutte
- Factor VIII testing: results of ECAT surveys — Iris van Moort
- Inherited FXIII deficiency: laboratory diagnosis — Eva Katona
- Crossroads between cancer and coagulation — Henri Versteeg
- EFLM/EQALM project on the laboratory diagnosis of a prolonged APTT — Eva Ajzner
- Thrombotic APS pathophysiology: consequences for laboratory diagnosis — Katrien Devreese
- Autovalidation of coagulation test results — Desiree Coen Herak
- Biological variation, quality specifications and Six Sigma — René Idema
- Haverkate Lecture A paradigm shift in measuring blood coagulation — Kees Kluft
Friday 9 November 2018 Time: 9.00 – 15.30 hr.
- The use of snake venoms in the coagulation laboratory — Gary Moore
- The importance of thromboelastography in clinical practice — Thomas Kitchen
- Is there a need to measure ROTEM/TEG? — Moniek de Maat
- Results of ECAT EQA programme on ROTEM/TEG — Piet Meijer
- Platelet Function Testing — Aine McCormick
- How to evaluate your Z-score? — Panagiotis Tsiamyrtzis
- New developments within ECAT — Piet Meijer
- Is laboratory measurement of DOACs necessary? — Edelgard Lindhoff-Last
- Guidance for laboratory testing of DOACs — Robert Gosselin
- Interference of DOACs in coagulation tests — Jonathan Douxfils
- Results of ECAT EQA programme on DOACs — Martine van Essen
- The use of a laboratory flowchart (case study) — Moniek de Maat
Thursday night there will be a dinner open to all participants of the symposium.