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    • TWO CuTTing EdgE COnfErEnCEs One spECTaCular VEnuE! trauMa critical care 2010 acute care surgery March 22-24, 2010 Medical disaster response March 21, 2010 REGISTER NOW! www.trauma-criticalcare.com
    • HOTEL INFORMATION FOR BOTH CONFERENCES TWO CuTTing EdgE COnfErEnCEs OnE spECTaCular VEnuE! CAESARS PALACE OFFERING GREAT EARLY BIRD GROUP RATES Early Bird Group Rates Available Until December 31, 2009 For the nights of Sunday through Thursday Classic Room........................................... $159 Forum Tower Room................................. $179 Deluxe Palace & Augustus Towers ........ $199 For Friday or Saturday Classic Room........................................... $195 Forum Tower Room................................. $215 Deluxe Palace & Augustus Towers ........ $235 BOOK CONFERENCES & HOTEL ONLINE NOW! www.trauma-criticalcare.com To book by phone, call (866) 227-5944 Your booking GROUP CODE is SCTC10 If interested in booking a suite, contact Carol Antonelli at (702) 731-7064 Antonellic@caesarspalace.com BOOK NOW! ALL RATES INCREASE AFTER DECEMBER 31ST CONTACT US If you have questions, meeting personnel are available to assist you via E-Mail: Redstart@aol.com, Telephone: (713) 798-4557, or Fax: (713) 796-9605. We regret that we cannot take course reservations over the phone or via fax.
    • TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2010 CAESARS PALACE • LAS VEGAS MARCH 22-24, 2010 Sunday, March 21 7:00 Registration Opens MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2010 Palace Tower, 3rd Floor, Promenade Level 3:00-5:30 Early Registration TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2010 Palace Tower, 4th Floor, Emperors Level Monday Morning, March 22 7:00-8:30 Continental Breakfast Served In Exhibit Hall 7:00 Registration Opens Palace Tower, 4th Floor, Emperors Level SESSION 1 HOT BUTTON ISSUES Moderator: Karim Brohi 7:45-8:00 Setting the Stage Kenneth L. Mattox 8:00-8:15 Military Tourniquets in Civilian Trauma Eric R. Frykberg 8:15-8:30 The Green Eyed Monster: Exposed Fistula in the Open Abdomen Asher Hirshberg 8:30-8:45 Internal Decapitation - High Ligamentus Cervical Injury Peleg J. Ben-Galim 8:45-9:00 Cerebrovascular Injury - Controversies & Complications Kimberly A. Davis 9:00-9:15 When the Insides Are Out - Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Richard S. Miller 9:15–10:00 Panel Discussion 10:00–10:30 Break SESSION 2 CASE MANAGEMENT Moderator: Michael J. Sise 10:30 – 12:30 Noon Panelists: Chris Cribari Richard S. Miller Lynette Scherer Kenji Inaba Scott H. Norwood Alison Wilson SESSION 3 Luncheon Session 12:30-2:00 Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox “TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE IN A CHANGING WORLD” David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS Professor & Chairman of Surgery University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 2
    • SESSION 4 TECHNIQUES: HOW I DO IT Moderator: Matthew J. Wall, Jr. 2:00-2:15 SW to the Subclavian Kenji Inaba 2:15-2:30 “Doctor, The Leg is Blue” Acute Limb Ischemia Michael J. Sise 2:30-2:45 Tough Appendectomy in Kids, Teens & Adults R. Todd Maxson 2:45-3:00 The Non-urologist’s Guide to Male Genitalia Emergencies Michael Coburn 3:00-3:15 Impacted Rectal Foreign Body Lynette Scherer 3:15-3:50 Panel Discussion 3:50-4:10 Break SESSION 5 THE HOUDINI SESSION HOW DO I GET OUT OF THIS ONE? Moderator: Alison Wilson 4:10-4:25 Acute Abdomen in Pregnancy Richard S. Miller 4:25-4:40 One Leg is Bigger; My Ego is Now Smaller: Complications After Iliac Vein Repair Karim Brohi 4:40-4:55 Trauma & Cirrhosis: Still a Lethal Combination? Ali Salim 4:55-5:10 Mangled Extremity: Team Work 101 Peleg J. Ben-Galim 5:10-5:25 Bullseye!! - Transmediastinal GSW Juan C. Duchesne 5:25-6:00 Panel Discussion Tuesday Morning, March 23 SESSION 6 AIR HERE, AIR THERE, AIR EVERYWHERE 6:30-8:30 Continental Breakfast Served In Exhibit Hall Moderator: Norman E. McSwain, Jr. 7:00-7:15 Cervical Subcutaneous Emphysema and/or Pneumomediastinum Matthew J. Wall, Jr. 7:15-7:30 Venous & Systemic Air Embolism Kenneth L. Mattox 7:30-7:45 Pneumobilia David H. Wisner 7:45-8:00 Pneumointestinalis R. Todd Maxson 8:00-8:15 Pneumoperitonium Scott H. Norwood 8:15-8:30 Pneumaturia Michael Coburn 8:30-8:45 Air in the Subcutaneous Soft Tissue Martin A. Schreiber 3
    • 8:45-9:30 Panel Discussion 9:30-10:00 Break SESSION 7 CRITICAL TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE TREATMENT Moderator: Martin A. Schreiber 10:00-10:15 Acute Gram Negative (abdominal) Sepsis Demetrios Demetraides 10:15-10:30 Tracheostomy: Who? When? Where? Why? Alison Wilson 10:30-10:45 TBI - New Strategies; New Controversies Carlos V.R. Brown 10:45-11:00 Vasopressors: When & How Much? John J. Fildes 11:00-11:15 New Use for Viagra - Pulmonary Hypertension David H. Wisner 11:15-11:30 Failure to Fly - Advanced Rescue Techniques in Vent Management David B. Hoyt 11:30-11:45 Metabolic & Serotonin Syndromes Raul Coimbra 11:45-12:30 Panel Discussion 12:30-2:00 Free Time SESSION 8 CAPSULE COMMENTARIES BECAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW Moderator: Chris Cribari 2:00-2:10 Strangulated Inguinal Hernia Scott H. Norwood 2:10-2:20 The Boomerang Effect: What Happens to the Diverted Patient David E. Persse 2:20-2:30 Pelvic Sepsis Juan C. Duchesne 2:30-2:40 Technical Errors in ED Thoracotomy Matthew J. Wall, Jr. 2:40-2:50 Hemorrhagic Cystitis Michael Coburn 2:50-3:00 Splenic Injury 2010 Kimberly A. Davis 3:00-3:10 Common Missed Injuries Norman E. McSwain, Jr. 3:10-3:30 Break SESSION 9 MY WORST NIGHTMARE COMES TRUE Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox 3:30-3:45 Good Samaritan - Bad Day The Malpractice Suit Hits Home Michael J. Sise 3:45-4:00 Large Impacted Common Duct Stone Chris Cribari 4:00-4:15 Control of Massive Bleeding in the Rural Setting Sydney J. Vail 4
    • 4:15-4:30 Civilian Hospital in a War Zone: 2nd Lebanon War William P. Schecter 4:30-5:15 Panel Discussion SESSION 10 MEET THE MASTERS Resident and Faculty INTERACTIVE SESSION Limited to residents and faculty only 5:15 – 6:00 Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox SESSION 11 MEET THE PROFESSOR DISCUSS THE ISSUES RECEPTION/DANCE 7:00 – 9:00 Wednesday Morning, March 24 SESSION 12 HENRY C. CLEVELAND FORUM ON CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TRAUMA & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 6:30-8:30 Continental Breakfast Served In Exhibit Hall Moderator: Henry C. Cleveland 7:00-7:15 Timing of DVT Prophylaxis in Solid Organ Injury and Brain Trauma Ali Salim 7:15-7:30 Core Cooling Kenji Inaba 7:30-7:45 Telecommunication Carlos V.R. Brown 7:45-8:00 Helicopter Transport: Safety vs Indication Jay A. Johannigman 8:00-8:30 Panel Discussion SESSION 13 ANNUAL TRAUMA DEBATE 8:30-9:30 Moderator: Raul Coimbra Resolved: Blood Volume Repletion is optimally performed in the ICU Pro: Martin A. Schreiber Con: Richard S. Miller 9:30-9:50 Break SESSION 14 WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY, AND HE IS US Moderator: Demetrios Demetriades 9:50-10:05 The Disruptive Medical Professional David H. Wisner 10:05-10:20 Open vs. Closed ICUs: Too Many Docs, Too Many Orders Lynette Scherer 10:20-10:35 EMR - Not Up To The Task? Jay A. Johannigman 5
    • 10:35-10:50 TQIP for Trauma Centers John J. Fildes 10:50-11:15 Panel Discussion SESSION 15 THE FINAL WORD 11:15-1:00 Summary of Lessons Learned Kenneth L. Mattox Register On Line Now! www.trauma-criticalcare.com 2010 PROGRAM COMMITTEE Kenneth L. Mattox, MD, FACS Program Director Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Baylor College of Medicine Chief of Staff & Chief of Surgery Ben Taub General Hospital Houston, TX Mary Allen, Program Coordinator Matthew J. Wall, Jr., MD, FACS Administrative Associate Professor Michael E. DeBakey Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery Department of Surgery Baylor College of Medicine Baylor College of Medicine Houston, TX Houston, TX Jay A. Johannigman MD, FACS Alison Wilson, MD, FACS Professor of Surgery Director, Jon Michael Moore Chief, Division of Trauma, Surgical Trauma Center Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery Chief, Trauma, Emergency Surgery University Hospital and Surgical Critical Care Colonel, USAFR MC FS Associate Professor of Surgery Cincinnati, OH West Virginia University Morgantown, WV FACULTY Peleg J. Ben-Galim, M.D. Michael Coburn, MD, FACS Assistant Professor of Professor and Interim Chair Orthopedic Surgery Scott Department of Urology Baylor College of Medicine Carlton-Scott Chair in Urologic Houston, TX Education Baylor College of Medicine Chief of Urology Ben Taub General Hospital Karim Brohi, M.D. Houston, TX Professor of Trauma Sciences Raul Coimbra, MD, PhD, FACS Consultant The Monroe E. Trout Trauma & Vascular Surgeon Professor of Surgery Barts and the London School Chief, Division of Trauma, Surgical of Medicine Critical Care, and Burns Queen Mary University of London University of California, San Diego London, UK School of Medicine San Diego, CA Carlos V. R. Brown, MD, FACS Chris Cribari, MD, FACS Associate Professor of Surgery Chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery University of Texas Paudre Valley Health Systems Medical Branch-Austin Fort Collins, CO Trauma Medical Director Kimberly A. Davis, MD. FACS, FCCM University Medical Center Brackenridge Associate Professor of Surgery Austin, TX Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs Chief, Section of Trauma, Surgical Henry C. Cleveland, MD, FACS Critical Care and Surgical Emergencies Clinical Professor of Surgery Yale University School of Medicine University of Colorado New Haven, CT Denver, CO 6
    • Demetrios Demetriades, MD, PhD., FACS Richard S. Miller, MD, FACS Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Professor of Surgery Director of Trauma/Emergency Surgery/ Medical Director, Trauma ICU Surgical Critical Care Division of Trauma & University of Southern California Surgical Critical Care Los Angeles, CA Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville, TN Juan C. Duchesne, MD, FACS Scott H. Norwood, MD, FACS Assistant Professor of Surgery Director, Trauma Services Tulane University School of Medicine East Texas Medical Center New Orleans, LA Tyler, TX John J. Fildes, MD, FACS David E. Persse, MD, FACEP Chairman, ACS COT Director, EMS & Public Health Authority Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Associate Professor Emergency Medicine University of Nevada Baylor College of Medicine & UT HSC Las Vegas, NV Houston, TX Ali Salim, MD, FACS Eric R. Frykberg, MD, FACS Associate Professor of Surgery Professor of Surgery Director, General Surgery Residency University of Florida School of Medicine Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Jacksonville, FL Los Angeles, CA D. J. Green, MD, FACS William P. Schecter, MD, FACS Assistant Professor of Surgery Professor of Clinical Surgery Division of Trauma & University of California, San Francisco Surgical Critical Care San Francisco General Hospital LAC+USC Medical Center San Francisco, CA Naval Trauma Training Center Lynette Scherer, MD, FACS Los Angeles, CA Associate Professor of Surgery Trauma & Emergency Surgery Services Asher Hirshberg, MD, FACS UC Davis Medical Center Professor of Surgery Sacramento, CA SUNY Downstate College of Medicine Brooklyn, NY Martin A. Schreiber, MD, FACS Professor and Chief David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS Division of Trauma and Critical Care Professor & Chairman of Surgery Oregon Health & Science University University of California, Irvine Portland, OR Orange, CA Michael J. Sise, MD, FACS Medical Director, Division of Trauma Kenji Inaba, MD, FACS Scripps Mercy Hospital Assistant Professor of Surgery Associate Clinical Professor LAC + USC Medical Center UC San Diego Medical Director, Surgical ICU San Diego, CA Los Angeles, CA Sydney J. Vail, MD, FACS Jay A. Johannigman MD, FACS Director of Trauma Surgery Professor of Surgery Medical Director Chief, Division of Trauma, Surgical Tactical Medicine Program Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery The Trauma Center at University Hospital Maricopa Medical Center Colonel, USAFR MC FS Phoenix, AZ Cincinnati, OH Matthew J. Wall, Jr., MD, FACS Professor, Michael E. DeBakey Kenneth L. Mattox, MD, FACS Department of Surgery Program Director Baylor College of Medicine Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Houston, TX Baylor College of Medicine Chief of Staff & Chief of Surgery Alison Wilson, MD, FACS Ben Taub General Hospital Director, Jon Michael Moore Houston, TX Trauma Center Chief, Trauma, Emergency Surgery Robert Todd Maxson, MD, FACS Surgical Critical Care Director of Trauma Associate Professor of Surgery Arkansas Children’s Hospital West Virginia University Little Rock, AR Morgantown, WV David H. Wisner, MD, FACS Norman E. McSwain, Jr, MD, FACS Professor & Vice Chair of Surgery Professor of Surgery University of California, Davis Tulane University Medical School Sacramento, CA New Orleans, LA BOOK CONFERENCES & HOTEL ONLINE NOW! www.trauma-criticalcare.com 7
    • ABOUT THE COURSE TRAUMA CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2010 MARCH 22-24 CAESARS PALACE • LAS VEGAS, NV This annual Las Vegas Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference has become the best attended such course in the world. Word of mouth endorsements have led to this course being oversubscribed the last 10 years, and of the more than 1300 attendees, over 80% are physicians. Our faculty are physicians in active practice who continue “in the trenches” day after day, night after night, dealing with the most complex surgical challenges. Each year, new “rising stars” join a seasoned, expert faculty. As you read the scientific program, you will be impressed such a stellar faculty has been assembled and how so much practical surgical information has been incorporated into two and one-half days. Past attendees have aptly described the conference content as an, “Incredible journey in surgical knowledge, with ‘tour guides’ whose expertise and personalities make every excursion a uniquely exceptional experience,” “Amazingly wonderful, fast paced experience – like drinking water from a fire hose – blew me away!” “No other course like this in the world; can’t wait to return next year.” As we enter our 43rd record-breaking year, it is appropriate that the continued focus be TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE, & ACUTE CARE SURGERY. For every community, there continues to be a need for surgical and medical teams to evaluate and treat the sickest of the sick and the severely injured. With many recent surgical graduates going into practices based primarily in minimally invasive surgical subspecialties, it is appropriate that this course take a leadership role in providing a continuing education venue for the complex operative and critical care surgical challenges, with major trauma continuing to be the epitome of such challenges. OBJECTIVES 1) Describe innovative, appropriate techniques and technology for optimal care of the injured or seriously ill patient in urban and rural settings, 2) Discuss treatments, techniques and technology for optimal care in the critical care setting, including sepsis, difficult extubations, metabolic and serotonin syndromes, vasopressor administration, pulmonary hypertension, and advanced ventilator management, 3) Apply concepts from urban and rural trauma and acute care surgery case studies to the practice settings, 4) Discuss practical exposure techniques and guidelines for management of traumatic brain injuries, fistula in the open abdomen, spinal cord injuries, acute limb ischemia, upper and lower GI bleeding, abdominal wall reconstruction, acute limb ischemia, appendectomy, strangulated inguinal hernia, and impacted foreign body, 5) Recognize appropriate application of military advances to civilian trauma and acute care surgery, 6) Understand the general surgeon’s role in managing generally accepted specialty areas, including male genitalia emergencies, hemorrhagic cystitis and multiple fractures, 7) Discuss appropriate surgical response to injuries and illness with added complicating circumstances, including obesity, pregnancy, cirrhosis, and coagulopathy, 8) Recognize the advantages and shortcomings of the EMR, 9) Present the changing principles and concepts relating to splenic injuries, administering blood in the ICU, timing of DVT prophylaxis, and timing and techniques for tracheostomy, 10) Discuss the ethical dilemmas of trauma and critical care, including the disruptive medical professional, use of TQIP for trauma centers, and the potentially life altering 8
    • ramifications of a malpractice law suit, 11) Discuss management, technology and techniques for optimal care of diverse trauma and critical care related issues, including managing large impacted common duct stone and pelvic sepsis, 12) Present and discuss the positive and negative aspects of contemporary issues in trauma and critical care, including helicopter transport, teleconsultations, and open vs closed ICUs, 13) Present the challenges surgeons are facing in an ever changing healthcare environment, as well as the external forces that affect many of these changes, 14) Evaluate lessons learned in providing quality trauma care in the practice setting, 15) Understand the effects of hospital diversions EDUCATIONAL METHODS - Didactic lectures, panel discussions, audiovisual aids, course syllabus, questions and answers and self-test. TARGET AUDIENCE - The course is primarily designed for trauma surgeons working in Level I-IV trauma centers. In addition, general surgeons, emergency physicians, anesthesiologists, trauma coordinators, surgical residents, thoracic surgeons, trauma nurses, physician assistants, administrators and EMS coordinators will benefit from this course. ACCREDITATION The American College of Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. CME CREDIT The American College of Surgeons desig- nates this educational activity for a maximum of 23 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Accreditation will also be applied for from other appropri- ate medical specialty organizations. For the purposes of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Cred- it™ issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. ADVANCE REGISTRATION Register On Line Now! www.trauma-criticalcare.com Registration is limited to the first 1,300 registrants. To reg- ister online using a credit card, complete the online regis- tration form found in the Registration section of the web site. If you wish to pay by check or money order, complete the Advance Registration Form and mail it to the indicated address. There is a $90.00 charge for cancellations, and no refunds will be issued after March 5, 2010. The registration fee includes: participation in all sessions, course summary material, continental breakfasts, cof- fee and refreshment breaks, Monday luncheon session, and the Tuesday evening Meet the Professor-Discuss the Issues reception and dance. Please note that there is a lower EARLY registration fee for paid registrations received by February 17, 2010. We regret that we cannot take course reservations over the phone or via fax. 9
    • HOTEL INFORMATION Both conferences will be held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. This 85 acre resort continues to set the standard for excitement and luxury. Book online at www.trauma-criticalcare.com CAESARS PALACE OFFERING GREAT EARLY BIRD GROUP RATES Early Bird Group Rates Available Until December 31, 2009 For the nights of Sunday through Thursday Classic Room........................................... $159 Forum Tower Room................................. $179 Deluxe Palace & Augustus Towers ........ $199 For Friday or Saturday Classic Room........................................... $195 Forum Tower Room................................. $215 Deluxe Palace & Augustus Towers ........ $235 BOOK CONFERENCES & HOTEL ONLINE NOW! www.trauma-criticalcare.com To book by phone, call (866) 227-5944 Your booking GROUP CODE is SCTC10 If interested in booking a suite, contact Carol Antonelli at (702) 731-7064 Antonellic@caesarspalace.com BOOK NOW! ALL RATES INCREASE AFTER DECEMBER 31ST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT: Mary Allen, Program Coordinator Telephone: 713-798-4557 • Fax: 713-796-9605 Email: Redstart@aol.com www.trauma-criticalcare.com 10
    • MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE CAESARS PALACE • LAS VEGAS MARCH 21, 2010 7:00 Registration Opens Palace Tower, 3rd Floor, Promenade Level SESSION 1 NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! 7:00-8:30 Continental Breakfast Served In Exhibit Hall Moderator: David E. Persse 7:50-8:00 Setting the Stage Kenneth L. Mattox 8:00-8:20 The Hospital Response in Multiple Casualty: An Overview William P. Schecter 8:20-8:40 Hospital Triage: New Insights Asher Hirshberg 8:40-9:00 Regional Collaboration in Disaster Response Eric R. Frykberg 9:00-9:20 Medical Aspects of Mass Casualty: The UK Perspective Karim Brohi 9:20-9:50 Panel Discussion 9:50-10:15 Break SESSION 2 BEEN THERE, DONE THAT REAL TIME LESSONS LEARNED Moderator: Jay A. Johannigman 10:15-10:30 The L.A. Story: From Earthquakes to Colliding Trains Demetrios Demetriades 10:30-10:45 H1N1 - A Model for Biological Threats David E. Persse 10:45-11:00 IED - International Terrorist’s Weapon of Choice 2010 Carlos V. R. Brown 11:00-11:15 A City Under Surge: Baton Rouge, LA, 2005 Scott H. Norwood 11:15-11:45 Panel Discussion BOOK CONFERENCES & HOTEL ONLINE NOW! www.trauma-criticalcare.com FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT: Mary Allen, Program Coordinator Telephone: 713-798-4557 • Fax: 713-796-9605 Email: Redstart@aol.com www.trauma-criticalcare.com 11
    • SESSION 3 LUNCHEON SESSION 11:50-1:00 Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox “WAR LESSONS” Jay A. Johannigman, MD, FACS Professor of Surgery Chief, Division of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery University Hospital Colonel, USAFR MC FS Cincinnati, OH SESSION 4 BEYOND TRIAGE & RESUSCITATION Moderator: Amy G. Coburn 1:00-1:15 Managing OR/ICU Overload Sydney J. Vail 1:15-1:30 The Single Casualty Disaster: A VIP in Your ED Kenneth L. Mattox 1:30-1:45 Kids & Disasters: Before, During & After R. Todd Maxson 1:45-2:00 Who goes? Who dies? Tough Decisions in New Orleans Norman E. McSwain, Jr. 2:00 - 2:15 JCAHO is Knocking on Your Door - Are Your Prepared? Eileen Mederos 2:15-3:00 Panel Discussion 3:00-3:30 Break SESSION 5 CASE MANAGEMENT INTERACTIVE SESSION 3:30-6:00 Practical issues and dilemmas in mass casualty preparedness Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox Panelists: Amy G. Coburn Eileen Mederos Eric R. Frykberg William P. Schecter Jay A. Johannigman David E. Persse 2010 PROGRAM COMMITTEE Kenneth L. Mattox, MD, FACS Demetrios Demetriades, MD, Ph.D, FACS Program Director Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Director of Trauma/Emergency Baylor College of Medicine Surgery/Surgical Critical Care Chief of Staff & Chief of Surgery University of Southern California Ben Taub General Hospital Los Angeles, CA Houston, TX Mary Allen, Program Coordinator Asher Hirshberg, MD, FACS Administrative Associate Professor of Surgery Michael E. DeBakey SUNY Downstate College Department of Surgery of Medicine Baylor College of Medicine Brooklyn, NY Houston, TX 12
    • FACULTY Karim Brohi, MD Kenneth L. Mattox, MD, FACS Professor of Trauma Sciences Program Director Consultant Trauma & Vascular Surgeon Professor & Vice Chairman of Surgery Barts and the London Baylor College of Medicine School of Medicine Chief of Staff & Chief of Surgery Queen Mary University of London Ben Taub General Hospital London, UK Houston, TX Carlos V. R. Brown, MD, FACS Robert Todd Maxson, MD, FACS Associate Professor of Surgery Director of Trauma University of Texas Arkansas Children’s Hospital Medical Branch-Austin Litttle Rock, AR Trauma Medical Director University Medical Center Brackenridge Norman E. McSwain, Jr, MD, FACS Austin, TX Professor of Surgery Tulane University Medical School Amy G. Coburn, MD New Orleans, LA Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Eileen Mederos, RN Baylor College of Medicine Administrative Director Houston, TX Louisana Emergency Response Network Demetrios Demetriades, MD, PhD, FACS Baton Rouge, LA Professor and Vice Chair Scott H. Norwood, MD, FACS Department of Surgery Director, Trauma Services Director of Trauma/Emergency East Texas Medical Center Surgery/Surgical Critical Care Tyler, TX University of Southern California David E. Persse, MD, FACEP Los Angeles, CA Director, EMS & Public Health Authority Eric R. Frykberg, MD, FACS Associate Professor Emergency Med. Professor of Surgery Baylor College of Medicine & UT HSC University of Florida Houston, TX College of Medicine Jacksonville, FL William P. Schecter, MD, FACS Professor of Clinical Surgery Asher Hirshberg, MD, FACS University of California, San Francisco Professor of Surgery San Francisco General Hospital SUNY Downstate College of Medicine San Francisco, CA Brooklyn, NY Sydney J. Vail, MD, FACS Jay A. Johannigman MD, FACS Director of Trauma Surgery Professor of Surgery Medical Director Chief, Division of Trauma, Surgical Tactical Medicine Program Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery The Trauma Center at University Hospital Maricopa Medical Center Colonel, USAFR MC FS Phoenix, AZ Cincinnati, OH ABOUT THE COURSE MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2010 SUNDAY, MARCH 21 MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2010, has been developed by the group that brings you Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery. This course made its debut in 2008 and was an immediate sell-out. It is specifically for clinical personnel who, in the “heat of battle,” are trying to save patients’ lives and limbs, often with limited space and workers, while trying to quickly determine how to manage more patients than the facility can process. Whether it is an overwhelmingly busy Friday night or a full-scale mass casualty, the clinical personnel are on the front line. Course faculty were selected for their first-hand experience in medical disaster response, and the program was designed to present maximum content in formats most conducive to learning and audience involvement. Physicians, nurses, administrators and others in the hospital and clinical arenas will, sooner or later, be faced with the care of multiple patients following a natural, terrorism, industrial, or other catastrophic event that might be considered an overwhelming mass casualty or “disaster.” Many journals, courses, and even “model” disaster plans address infrastructure, supplies, causes, public health, and logistics. However, the medical/clinical aspects, the most important determinant of survival, are often overlooked. This course focuses on these aspects and targets the clinical personnel who are the first to receive the victims of a catastrophic event. Whether it is H1N1 or a devastating earthquake, the role of individuals responsible for immediate medical response will be the focus. Every physician, nurse and administrator working in a hospital clinical setting has the potential to be called upon, without notice, to fulfill these responsibilities. 13
    • OBJECTIVES 1) Understand the hospital’s role in mass casualty response 2) Develop strategies for triage, surge, drills, regional collaboration, OR and ICU overload in disaster, and H1N1 scenarios 3) Gain an appreciation of the international approach to disaster response 4) Apply lessons learned from previous mass casualty events and military experience 5) Develop strategies to address the effects disasters have on children 6) Develop policies to manage in- hospital decreased services and supplies in disaster situations 7) Assure JCAHO regulations for hospital disaster response have been taken into consideration in formulating hospital policies and procedures 8) Apply concepts from situational disaster scenarios to the practice setting EDUCATIONAL METHODS - Didactic lectures, panel discussions, audiovisual aids, course syllabus, questions and answers, and self-test. TARGET AUDIENCE - The course is designed primarily for physicians, nurses and administrators in the hospital/clinical settings. ACCREDITATION The American College of Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. CME CREDIT The American College of Surgeons designates this educational activity for a maximum of 9 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Accreditation will also be applied for from other appropriate medical specialty organizations. For the purposes of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ is- sued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. ADVANCE REGISTRATION Early Bird Registration (Get lower conference and hotel rates now!) Register On Line Now! www.trauma-criticalcare.com Registration is limited to the first 350 registrants. To register online using a credit card, complete the online registration form found in the Registration section of the web site. If you wish to pay by check or money order, complete the Advance Registration Form and mail it to the indicated address. There is a $90.00 charge for cancellations, and no refunds after March 5, 2010. The registration fee includes: participation in all sessions, lunch, course syllabus, continental breakfast, coffee and refreshment breaks. See page 18 for complete mail in registration information. Register online at www.trauma-criticalcare.com CONTACT US If you have questions, meeting personnel are available to assist you via email: Redstart@aol.com, telephone: 713-798-4557 or fax: 713-796-9605. We regret that we cannot take course reservations over the phone or via fax. 14
    • HOTEL INFORMATION Both conferences will be held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. This 85 acre resort continues to set the standard for excitement and luxury. Book online at www.trauma-criticalcare.com CAESARS PALACE OFFERING GREAT EARLY BIRD GROUP RATES Early Bird Group Rates Available Until December 31, 2009 For the nights of Sunday through Thursday Classic Room........................................... $159 Forum Tower Room................................. $179 Deluxe Palace & Augustus Towers ........ $199 For Friday or Saturday Classic Room........................................... $195 Forum Tower Room................................. $215 Deluxe Palace & Augustus Towers ........ $235 BOOK CONFERENCES & HOTEL ONLINE NOW! www.trauma-criticalcare.com To book by phone, call (866) 227-5944 Your booking GROUP CODE is SCTC10 If interested in booking a suite, contact Carol Antonelli at (702) 731-7064 Antonellic@caesarspalace.com BOOK NOW! ALL RATES INCREASE AFTER DECEMBER 31ST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT: Mary Allen, Program Coordinator Telephone: 713-798-4557 • Fax: 713-796-9605 Email: Redstart@aol.com www.trauma-criticalcare.com 15
    • INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS TwO CuTTing EdgE COnfErEnCEs TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2010 (TCCACS) t (Enrollmen Limited to March 22-24, 2010 1,300) MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2010 t Sunday, March 21, 2010 (Enrollmen Limited to SAVE $$ when you sign up for this 400) conference in addition to TCCACS Please visit our website: www.trauma-criticalcare.com for the exhibit space application and complete information for exhibitors Reserve your space before December 31, 2009, to get a discounted rate. And this year, we offer an added discount - the “Combo Rate” for those wish- ing to exhibit at both conferences. BOTH CONFERENCES DRESS Attire for the meeting is business casual. Every ef- fort will be made to provide a comfortable learning environment; however, meeting room temperatures are variable and may be difficult to control. The tem- perature is occasionally cool in the meeting rooms, therefore, a jacket or sweater is recommended. For the Tuesday evening Reception and Dance, dress ranges from casual to glitter. Wear whatever makes you look great on the dance floor! NAME BADGES All registrants will be provided a name badge for use during the meeting. For security purposes, name badges are required at all times in the convention area. Individuals without a badge will not be per- mitted into the course rooms or exhibit hall. Lost badges will be replaced for a $5.00 fee. WHAT’S HAPPENING IN VEGAS To check out what shows are hot, visit the Las Vegas convention and visitors website http://www.visitlasvegas.com/vegas/play/music/showtimes/ As the meeting dates draw closer, more show infor- mation will be available on this site. Also, check our conference website for late breaking show informa- tion. www.trauma-criticalcare.com 16
    • REGISTRATION DETACH AND MAIL COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM ALONG WITH YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO: Mary Allen, Program Coordinator TRAUMA & CRITICAL CARE FOUNDATION P.O. Box 35850 Houston, Texas 77235 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: TRAUMA & CRITICAL CARE CANCELLATION POLICY Refunds are available, less a $90 processing fee, up to March 5, 2010. Please note that cancellations must be submitted in writing prior to March 5, 2010. Cancellations will not be accepted over the tele- phone. Upon receipt of your letter of cancellation, you will receive immediate confirmation including amount of refund to be mailed to you. No refunds will be issued after March 5, 2010. If canceling, mail/ fax/email your cancellation request on or before March 5 to: Mary Allen, Program Coordinator Trauma & Critical Care Foundation P.O. Box 35850 Houston, Texas 77235 Fax: 713/796-9605 Email: redstart@aol.com ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION, CONFERENCE EVALUATION FORMS CME CERTIFICATES To receive CME credits/certificates, attendees MUST COMPLETE AND TURN IN the Verification of At- tendance Form. The physician/PA Form (green) and nurse form (pink) will be given to you at registration and are to be turned in when the conference adjourns. The Conference Evaluation Tool will be e-mailed to all conference registrants for online completion. This form must be completed and submitted prior to your CME certificate being e-mailed to you. Your CME Certificates will be E-MAILED TO YOU 7-10 working days after the course OR as soon as your Attendance Verification Form and completed Evaluation Tool have been received and processed. 17
    • REGISTRATION COMPLETE AND MAIL IN THIS FORM WITH CHECK OR MONEY ORDER Register On Line Now! www.trauma-criticalcare.com EARLY LATE After 2/17/10 TRAUMA CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2010 (TCCACS) Practicing Physicians $655 $750 Nurse $500 $575 Paramedics & EMT’s $500 $575 Physician Assistant $500 $575 Resident* $500 $575 Other Allied Health Care Professional $500 $575 Specify___________________________ MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2010 All Attendees $350 $450 COMBINATION RATE - Save by attending two conferences! TCCACS & MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE Practicing Physicians COMBO $900 $1100 RATE Non Physician $750 $925 I have read and agree to the cancellation policy (Box must be checked BEFORE registration can be processed) Name _________________________________________________________ Degree ____________________ Specialty __________________________ Address _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ City ____________________________State/Province _________________ Zip Code ____________ Country _________________________________ E-mail _________________________________________________________ Phone _________________________ Fax ___________________________ Check here if ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) is desired. You will be contacted Telephone:____________________________ *Residents must submit a department letter certifying status as a resident in good standing Call (713) 798-4557 or e-mail (redstart@aol.com) if you have questions about any of these conferences. 18
    • Trauma and Critical Care Foundation Non-Profit P.O. Box 35850 Organization Houston, TX 77235 US Postage PAID Louisville, KY Announcing TWO continuing Permit #1193 medical education courses TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2010 March 22-24, 2010 MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2010 March 21, 2010 www.trauma-criticalcare.com March 21-24, 2010 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas