Companies starting with S
The Swiss Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SGI SSMI) was established on 4 February in 1972 by 28 founding members in Basel. For forty years, the SGI SSMI was purely a Medical Association till in 2011 a historical development through: The merger with the IGIP (Association for Intensive Care, which represents the interests of intensive care staff), become a common society of doctors and nurses.
The Association of Anesthesiologists of Yugoslavia was founded in 1966 on the basis of agreement made by Sections of Anesthesiology of particular republics. In the following year, the first Congress of the Association was held in Belgrade, and the Articles of Association was passed at the Assembly meeting that preceded the Congress. The Articles implied that so-called inter-section meetings should take place every two year and the Congress should be held every four year.
New predictive window to Kidney Health
The Serenno system is a pioneering Urine Output (UO) Monitor for hospitalized patients improving Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) prediction and fluid management.
Slovenian anaesthetists are associated in Slovenian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine (SSAICM). It has been acting for over a 20 years. Furthermore they participate also in other interdisciplinary societies: Intensive Care Society, Slovenian Society for Pain Treatment, etc.
SSAICM is an active participant in many national societies in Europe and also others societies and constitutions like European Academy, European Association of Anaesthetists, FEEA, European Society of Anaesthetists, CENSA, UEMS,...
SSAICM is also member of WFA, we are active participants of their assembly (every 4 years). Our most traditional collaboration is in Alpe-Jadran region. Anaesthetists from Croatia, Austria, Italy and Slovenia have been working together for 20 years.
Social Media and Critical Care
SMACC is a FOAMed charity that promotes education and knowledge sharing in Critical Care. They also host an epic conference! SMACC (Social Media and Critical Care) is a health promotion charity. It is based on the philosophy of FOAM (Free Open Access Medical education – #FOAMed). The organising committee gives their time freely and receives no financial benefit. This in part explains the wonderful passions for philanthropy, sharing, education and innovation that make this critical care community so unique.
SMACC has seen spectacular growth since its humble beginnings. The Conference has grown from an enthusiastic idea into a global leader amongst critical care events. Whilst SMACC is primarily a high quality, academic meeting, the real reason behind this growth is the enormous and inspiring energy of the critical care community itself. SMACC crosses traditional hierarchies, professional barriers and international borders. It is a community that is centered on the pursuit of excellence in patient care and a passion for sharing this as widely as possible.
The French Intensive Care Society (SRLF; Société de Réanimation de Langue Française) is a learned society founded in 1971.
Today it has 3500 members and operates in two main areas:
- continuing medical education and post-university teaching,
- promotion of clinical research and assessment of hospital-based intensive care.
Through these two objectives, the FICS, together with all those involved in intensive care, has a fundamental aim: to give intensive care its rightful place in the health system.
SFAR, French Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, is an association according to law 1901, recognized public utility. Its purpose is the study, advancement and teaching of anesthesia and resuscitation.
SASA is a member association, not for gain, that is dedicated to the furtherance of the discipline of anaesthesia at both an academic and a clinical level. SASA has been in existence since 1948 and is devoted to the welfare of its members.
The Spanish Society of Intensive Care and Coronary Units (SEMICYUC) Medicine was established in 1971 as a scientific, multidisciplinary and educational association. It consists mainly of medical specialists in Intensive Care Medicine, with the mission to promote improvement in the critically ill patient care.
The society was formed initially in Uppsala 1999, at the time as a subsection within the Swedish Society of Internal Medicine. In 2002 the present form of SWESEM was established as planned, representing Emergency Medicine and it's physicians solely. Since 2005 SWESEM is a part of the European Society of Emergency Medicine and since 2006 also of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine.