Frédéric Forêt

Intensive care / Sports physiology

Dr Frédéric ForetDr. Frédéric Forêt MD

CHU UCL Namur, Site Dinant, Department of Intensive Care Medicine


Expertise and research interests

Dr. Frédéric Forêt is head of the Department of Intensive care medicine at the CHU UCL Namur (site Dinant) since 2010.

He is involved in clinical research projects with the CHU UCL Namur (site Godinne) on digestive motility, intestinal tonomanometry and bacterial translocation since 1997.

In parrallel, he is also an expert in sports physiology (ergospirometry) and has an interest for research in applied physiology.

Selected publications

Higny J, Regnier M, Dormal F, Forêt F, Flament J. Predictors of 30-day mortality after ACS complicated with OHCA in non-city areas. Archives of Cardiovascular Diseases Supplements. 2022 Vol 14, Issue 1, pages 118-119.

Higny J, Guédès A, Forêt F, Flament J. Influence of demographic parameters and time delays among patients with ACS and OHCA in non-urban areas. Archives of Cardiovascular Diseases Supplements. 2021 Vol 13, Issue 1, pages 158-159.

Higny J, Feye F, Forêt F. COVID-19 pandemic: overview of protective-ventilation strategy in ARDS patients. Acta Clin Belg. 2021 Dec;76(6):509-511.

Higny J, Forêt F, Laterre PF. Three-dimensional critical care transesophageal echocardiography: A bedside tool in the diagnosis and management of shock. Clin Case Rep. 2021 Dec 13;9(12):e05164.

Schröder E, Bihin B, Gorani A, Dangoisse V, Guedes A, Hanet C, De Canniere L, Dive A, Feye F, Foret F, Vasile M, Darii D, Morandini E. Determinants of extrahospital delays in case of management of STEMI. Archives of Cardiovascular Diseases Supplements, 2020 Vol 12, Issue 1, pages 14-15.

Dive A, Foret F, Jamart J, Bulpa P, Installé E. Effect of dopamine on gastrointestinal motility during critical illness. Intensive Care Med. 2000 Jul;26(7):901-7.