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Session Type
Tue, 25.05.2021
Session Time
09:10 - 10:40
Industry Symposia
Session Description

Managing invasive meningococcal disease (IMD): The short-term impact and future preventive perspectives - Supported by Sanofi Pasteur

Session Description:

This sponsored session will focus on raising awareness of the impact of invasive meningococcal disease (IMD) and advances in preventive strategies. The distinguished faculty will provide expert perspectives on the acute phase of disease and key challenges in diagnosis and critical care as well as discuss the most important unmet needs which still need to be addressed to reduce the burden of disease in infants, children and adolescents.

This satellite symposium specifically intended for healthcare professionals (HCPs) is sponsored by Sanofi on the occasion of the 39th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases, 24-29 May 2021. Individual medicinal products that may be referred to during this session may not be authorised/licensed or available in all countries. Content, where applicable, is based on the European Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC). Please consult prescribing information in your country of practice, current to the date of viewing this session, as information may vary from country-to-country.

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Live Session

Managing invasive meningococcal disease (IMD): The short-term impact and future preventive perspectives (ID 2086)

Lecture Time
09:10 - 09:10
Industry Symposia

Round table discussion and expert perspectives on challenges in IMD diagnosis, critical care and patient management (ID 2089)