Abstactband Ageing 2015





Meeting Program

Jutta Gampe

Rostock, D           

 Increasing longevity - perspectives and challenges

Till Ittermann              

Greifswald, D 

Calculation of age-specific population-based reference intevals 

Stephan von Haehling

Göttingen, D 


Ursula Müller-Werdan 

Berlin, D

Reference intervals for geriatic patients - pros and cons 

Coffee Break (10:00 - 10:30)

Session 2 (10:30 - 12:30)
Vessel aging and diseases

Peter Nilsson               Malmö, SE           

Blood pressure strategies and goals in elderlypatients with hypertension

Andreas SimmHalle, D

Age-related accumulation of advanced glycation end products modifications reflect the vascular and cardiac function

Angelo ScuteriRome, I

Vessels stiffness: from blood pressure to brain function

Martin R. Bennett

Cambridge, UK

Ageing and atherosclerosis

Lunch Break (12:30 - 13:30)

Session 3 (13:30 - 15:30)
Cardiac aging and diseases 

Hendrik Treede           Halle, D               

Challenges and Chances of Cardiac Surgey in an Ageing Population 

Stefan FrantzHalle, D

Immunological phenomena in cardiac physiology and pathophysiology

Andreas ThomasMeerbusch, D

Cardiovascular risk in diabetes patients - a problem of long term and acute diabetes complications?

Harriette VerweyLeiden, NL

Long-term mechanical circulatory support (MCS) in the Elderly patient

Poster Session / Coffee Break (15:30 - 16:30)

Session 4 (16:30 - 18:30)
Frailty: from mice to humans

Thomas Johnson         Boulder, USA        

Frailty and Health Span in C. elegans and Mice 

Judith CampisiNovato, USA

Cellular senescence, ageing and wound healting

Andrea MaierAmsterdam, NL

Geroscience in clinical practice: future perspectives

András VarroSzeged, H

Frailty: from mice (rats) to humans. The electrophysiological effects

20:00 Conference-Dinner
Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte - Museum for Prehistory

Sunday September 27th 2015
Löwengebäude - Lion Building

Session 5 (8:00 - 10:30)
Multimorbidity: renal and cognitive function 

Michael GekleHalle, D                

Change of kidney function with age

Jeroen Kooman           Maastricht, NL

Challenges in the treatment of elderly patients with end stage renal disease: a clinical approach

James RudolphBoston, USA

Successful Surgery - Challenging Recovery: Functional and Cognitive Recovery after Cardiac Surgery

Hans-Jürgen HeppnerWitten, D

Intensive Care reflected in muldimorbidity and cognitive dysfunction

Poster Session / Coffee Break (10:30 - 11:30)

Session 6 (11:30- 13:30)
Ethical issues

George M. Martin        

Seattle, USA         

The Ethical Struggle for Universal, High Quality, Affordable Health Care in the USA Lessons for the Developing World

Andreas Suchanek  Leipzig, D         

Treatment of Elderly Patients: A View from Ethics

Andreas Kruse Heidelberg, D

Ethical reflections on vulnerability and human dignity in borderline situations of old age

Christoph MandlaHalle, D

The Treatment of Elderly Patients and their Protection in German Law