TransVision Madrid Summit – Nov. 12-13, 2022
- Posted by Mara Di Berardo
- On 7 October 2022
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- cryopreservation, Madrid, transvision
From November 12-13, 2022, Madrid will host its next #TransVision Summit with a focus on human cryopreservation. This will be the first Cryonics First Response (CFR) training to be organized in Spain, after some smaller similar events elsewhere. The CFR training will include hands-on experience with theoretical and practical training, using human dummies, and the special NL ambulance that will come from Amsterdam to Madrid. Two new cryonics facilities have started in Australia (Southern Cryonics) and Switzerland (Tomorrow Biostasis) during 2022, following the cryonics centers in China and Russia, and the original facilities in the USA (including the bigger Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Arizona and the Cryonics Institute in Michigan).
The objective of this meeting is to introduce attendees to the basics of CFR. The goal of CFR is to perform a set of basic cryonics stabilization procedures to reduce damage to a cryonics patient after circulatory arrest.
The #TransVisionMadrid Summit 2022 is organized by José Cordeiro, Venezuela and RIBER Node of The Millennium Project, and will be hosted at the Instituto Europeo de Salud y Bienestar Social, a medical training center. David Wood, UK Node, will also give a presentation about: “Anticipating accelerating adoption of biostasis: Forthcoming technological changes that may soon cause wide changes in public attitudes”
More information at https://www.transvisionmadrid.com/en/index.html.