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State of the Art 2020

07 - 09 DECEMBER 2020

QEII Centre, London, UK


Cardiogenic shock, the poor relation of septic shock – are we missing a trick?

Susanna Price

Dr Susanna Price trained in both cardiology and intensive care medicine in the UK, and completed a fellowship at the Thorax center with Jos Roelandt. She was awarded a PhD from Imperial College London, and following completion of her training was awarded the two-year BHF Jill Dando GUCH Fellowship in order to train further in critical care and imaging in congenital heart disease. She is a consultant at the Royal Brompton Hospital where she is Clinical Lead for Critical Care, Honorary Senior Lecturer at National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College London.

Dr Price is President-elect of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Acute Cardiovascular Care Association, and sits on numerous committees including the ESC Education Committee, ESC Press & Media Committee, ALS subcommittee of the RCUK and SCCM US guideline committee. She is an Associate Editor of the European Heart Journal of Acute Cardiovascular Care, and an invited reviewer for a number of other journals. She has been a member of a number of Task Forces relating to international guidelines including VA-ECMO, acute cardiovascular care, the management of cardiovascular diseases including valvular disease, endocarditis, non-cardiac surgery, pulmonary hypertension, pericardial disease, cardiovascular disease in pregnancy and grown-up congenital heart disease. Dr Price has authored numerous papers and book chapters on cardiology, echocardiography and intensive care, and lectures regularly globally