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11th Annual Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Symposium

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  2. 2. WELCOMEDear Colleague,We cordially invite you to join us at NYSORA’s 11th Annual Symposium on Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management,September 22 – 23, 2012. Please note that starting this year, NYSORA annual programs will be held in September as opposed to the traditionalmonth of December. The reason for this change is simple; that the program has grown substantially over the years, and to accommodate this growth,we decided to move the conference to a time of the year with less conflicts and much better weather. New York City is at its best in the fall andthere will be more opportunities for delegates to enjoy the sights and take in the city. Additionally, avoiding the holidays will allow individuals toplan their travel arrangements and lodging with more ease and cost-efficiency.The need for a comprehensive annual review of developments in regional anesthesia is obvious. The subspecialty of regional anesthesia and acutepain medicine has been dramatically transformed over the past several years necessitating constant updates in pharmacology, technique, practiceprotocols, as well as indications and clinical considerations. The introduction of ultrasound in clinical practice has made the subspecialty moreprecise and intricate. Nerve blocks facilitate pain management, fast tracking, promotion of early mobilization, decreased hospital stay, and mayreduce overall healthcare costs. Attending NYSORA conferences help delegates stay up-to-date in the field by reviewing the new or updatedknowledge in regional anesthesia.The NYSORA September symposium will be the largest and most ambitious to date. In addition to the intense parallel programs with some of themost sought-after national and international speakers, NYSORA will offer a multitude of highly versatile and focused workshops. To meet thedemands raised by the delegates, the Saturday morning workshop will focus on basic ultrasound-based regional anesthesia techniques designed forcolleagues who are novice in the field. Delegates will be able to scan, become familiar with the ultrasound anatomy and practice on a meat-model todevelop knowledge of anatomy, basic ultrasonography and needle maneuvering. The Saturday afternoon workshops will be geared for intermediateand advanced level delegates. In addition to the basic techniques, the intermediate workshop will also focus on expanding range of ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks as well as more interactive discussion with the faculty. The workshop on ultrasound-guided pain procedures willinclude special sessions designed for the pain clinicians who would like to start utilizing ultrasound-guided pain prevention techniques. Finally,colleagues who are in need of more advanced direction will have the opportunity to attend our advanced nerve block workshop. This session isintended for those who already practice ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks and are in need of advanced instruction. Sunday’s workshopswill be more in depth compared to previous years. All Sunday workshop sessions will be preceded by a short review of anatomy upon which thedelegates will see practical demonstrations and scanning techniques.This year’s symposium will also feature a superior humanities program with a wider variety of topics and discussions. Some of last year’s topicsincluded choosing wines, cooking discussions triathlon preparation, and how to expand your anesthesiology practice. And how could one forget theinfamous Saturday evening social event featuring a plethora of great music, live performances, dancing, and excitement? As always there will be alimited free buffet and open bar. This is truly a spectacular event where everyone gets together for more knowledge sharing, networking, andunforgettable fun.The NYSORA symposium has become a staple for state-of-the-art education in regional anesthesia and acute pain management. The 2012September program will be truly special. It will feature expanded sessions, as well as PBLDs (Problem Based Learning Discussions) for the firsttime. Multiple opportunities will be available for enhanced learning and discussion amongst experts and the audience. The program will alsoincorporate a number of different workshops and didactic sessions. This allows delegates to choose which workshops and sessions best suit theirindividual needs and interests. Abstract presentations will also be included for enhanced and interactive sharing of new knowledge. For this one of akind educational opportunity, we have chosen some of the very top opinion leaders in the field.We look forward to seeing you in September for what promises to be an unforgettable educational event.Program Chair Program Co-ChairsDr. Admir Hadzic Dr. Uma Shastri Dr. Kwesi Kwofie ************************************************************************* CALL FOR ABSTRACTSThe 2012 New York School of Regional Anesthesia Program Committee invites submission of abstracts of scientific papers for the 11THAnnual Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management Symposium, scheduled to take place on September 22 – 23, 2012 in New YorkCity, at the Marriot Marquis Hotel. All abstracts, papers, and oral presentations will be in English. Abstracts previously presented atother large anesthesia gatherings within the last 12 months qualify for submission to this meeting.Instructions for AuthorsAbstract Length: The body of the abstract should be approximately 3000 characters (about 500 words). Additionally, tables and figures with legendscan be submitted. The abstract should be organized into the following sections: - Introduction with Hypothesis The abstracts will be presented on Saturday, September 22 nd. - Methods - Results - Discussion Email your submission to Stacy Atkinson at - Conclusion satkinso@chpnet.org - References Submission Deadline: August 20, 2012
  3. 3. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Assess the pearls and pitfalls of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia management techniques and suggest their optimal application in perioperative setting Design a plan on how to manage challenging patients and techniques Analyze and understand the latest changes in ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia techniques Compare techniques and clinical applications of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia procedures to improve success rate and reduce the risk of complications Determine the proper choice of single-injection versus continuous nerve block techniques Evaluate the indications for and management of continuous infusion of local anesthetics Analyze the rational choice, indication and management of continuous peripheral nerve blocks after orthopedic surgery Analyze the factors of medico-legal implications and how to properly document nerve block and regional anesthesia procedures Identify the available methods, protocols and strategies to manage postoperative epidural analgesia Understand the relevant anatomy for transverse abdominis (TAP) block, its indications and techniques for best results Review the local anesthetic toxicity and means for prevention and treatment Review the indications and techniques of ultrasound-guided nerve block procedures for the pain practitioner Review the techniques and indications for peripheral nerve blocks of the distal extremity Understand the latest developments in long acting local anesthetics and their potential effects on the field of regional anesthesia Implement a rational approach to postoperative pain management utilizing the latest concepts in multimodal analgesia Become familiar with how regional anesthesia may affect the cancer recurrenceTARGET AUDIENCEPracticing anesthesiologists and pain medicine physicians, anesthesia fellows, residents and nurses, as well as other health industryprofessionals practicing regional anesthesia and pain management.ACCREDITATION STATEMENTThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council forContinuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of Beth Israel Medical Center & St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals andThe New York School of Regional Anesthesia. Beth Israel Medical Center & St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals is accredited by theACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.CREDIT DESIGNATIONSt. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals designates this live activity for a maximum of 13.25AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physiciansshould only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.POLICY ON FACULTY AND PROVIDER DISCLOSUREIt is the policy of Beth Israel Medical Center & St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals that faculty and providers disclose real or apparentconflicts of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity, and also disclose discussions of unlabeled/unapproved uses ofdrugs or devices during their presentations. Beth Israel Medical Center & St. Lukes and Roosevelt Hospitals have established policiesin place that will identify and resolve all conflicts of interest prior to this educational activity.CONFERENCE LOCATIONMarriott Marquis Hotel1535 Broadway at 45th StreetNew York, NY 100361-877-513-6305A block of rooms is available at the conference rate of $314.00, plus applicable taxes, and is available until August 28th, on a spaceavailable basis. After that, rates are subject to availability. When calling, please state that you are with the “NYSORA Conference”.Your attendance at this symposium is guaranteed to be enriched by the cultural and recreational opportunities that only New York Citycan offer. The hotel is in the heart of Manhattan’s midtown, right on Broadway in the theater district and close to the Center ofPerforming Arts, Carnegie Hall and numerous museums. If you would like to learn more about New York’s many attractions, contactthe New York Convention and Visitors Bureau, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019, (212) 397-8222, www.nycvisit.com
  4. 4. DIRECTOR ADMIR HADZIC, MD, PhD Professor of Anesthesiology Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Director, Regional Anesthesia St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals New York, New YorkCO-DIRECTORSKWESI KWOFIE, MD, FRCPC UMA SHASTRI, MD, FRCPC Staff Anesthesiologist Attending Anesthesiologist Dalhousie University St. Josephs Hospital Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Toronto, Ontario, CanadaFACULTYARTHUR ATCHABAHIAN, MD HONORIO BENZON, MD Associate Professor of Anesthesiology Professor of Anesthesiology New York University School of Medicine Associate Chair for Academic Affairs & Hospital for Joint Diseases Promotions New York, New York Department of Anesthesiology Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, IllinoisPETER H. CHENG, DO ALWIN CHUAN, MBBS, FANZCA Director of Regional Anesthesia Senior Clinical Lecturer, Department of Anesthesiology University of Melbourne Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Director, Ultrasound Fellowship Program Center Liverpool Hospital Riverside, California Sydney, AustraliaBONNIE DESCHNER, MD JEFF GADSDEN, MD, FRCPC, FANZCA Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology Regional Anesthesia Team Columbia University College of Physicians & Virginia Commonwealth University Surgeons Richmond, Virginia Director of Regional Anesthesia Residency Program Director St. Lukes and Roosevelt Hospitals New York, New YorkTHOMAS M. HALASZYNSKI, DMD, MD, MBA WING HONG KWOK, MB, ChB, FANZCA Associate Professor of Anesthesiology Consultant Anaesthesiologist Yale University School of Medicine The Chinese University of Hong Kong Director, Regional and Orthopedic Prince of Wales Hospital Anesthesia Hong Kong Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, Connecticut
  5. 5. FACULTYPEGGY LI, MD ANA M. LOPEZ, MD, PhD Associate Consultant Senior Specialist Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Department of Anesthesiology Care Hospital Clinic Barcelona The Chinese University of Hong Kong Spain Prince of Wales Hospital Hong KongMITCHELL H. MARSHALL, MD DAVE OTIENO, MD Clinical Associate Professor of Anaesthesiologist Anesthesiology The Nairobi Hospital and NYU-Langone Medical Center The Kenyatta National Teaching and Director, In-Patient Anesthesia Services Regional Referral Hospital Hospital for Joint Diseases President of the Kenya Society of New York, New York Anaesthesiologists Instructor in Regional Anaesthesia KenyaTATJANA STOPAR PINTARIC, MD, PhD, DEAA STAVROS PRINEAS, BSc(Med), MBBS, FRCA, FANZCA Associate Professor of Anesthesiology Consultant Specialist Anaesthetist Department of Anesthesiology and Prince of Wales Hospital Intensive Therapy Sydney, Australia University Clinical Centre Ljubljana Ljubljana, SloveniaDAVID PROVENZANO, MD MIGUEL A. REINA, MD, PhD Executive Director Professor of Department of Clinical Medical Institute for Pain Diagnostics and Care Sciences Ohio Valley General Hospital Research Laboratory of Applied Molecular Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Medicine Institute CEU San Pablo University School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology Madrid-Montepríncipe University Hospital Madrid, SpainCHRISTOPHER ROBARDS, MD XAVIER SALA-BLANCH, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Staff Anesthesiologist Vice Chair of Research Hospital Clínic Department of Anesthesiology University of Barcelona Mayo Clinic Florida Barcelona, Spain Jacksonville, FloridaALAN C. SANTOS, MD, MPH SEBASTIAN SCHULZ-STÜBNER, MD, PhD Chairman of Anesthesiology Privatdozent St. Lukes and Roosevelt Hospitals Deutsches Beratungszentrum für Hygiene New York, New York Consultant in Hospital Epidemiology Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine and Critical Care Schnewlinstr GermanyHARIHARAN SHANKAR, MD JEFFREY D. SWENSON, MD Associate Professor, Dept. of Professor of Anesthesiology Anesthesiology Director of Anesthesiology Director, Pain Clinic, VAMC, Milwaukee University of Utah Orthopaedic Center Director, Pain Medicine Fellowship Salt Lake City, Utah Program Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee Wisconsin
  6. 6. FACULTYMARC VAN DE VELDE, MD, PhD ALEXANDRU VISAN, MD Professor of Anaesthesiology Assistant Professor of Clinical KULeuven Anesthesiology Chair Department of Anaesthesiology University of Miami Hospital UZLeuven Miller School of Medicine Leuven, Belgium University of Miami Miami, FloridaEUGENE R. VISCUSI, MD Director Acute Pain Management Department of Anesthesiology Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaASSOCIATE FACULTYJAN BOUBLIK, MD, PhD JUNPING CHEN MD, PhD Instructor Assistant Clinical professor of Anesthesiology Department of Anesthesiology Columbia University College of Physicians and New York University Surgeons NYU Langone Medical Center Associate Director, Regional Anesthesia New York, New York St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals New York, New YorkSANDEEP M. DIWAN, MD, DA TOMÁS DOMINGO, MD Consulting Anesthesiologist Pain Clinic, Department of Anaesthesiology Swasthiyog Pratishthan Orthopaedic Hospital Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge Accident Orthopaedic Hospital Prani Associate Professor of Human Anatomy Hospital Universitat de Barcelona, Campus de Bellvitge Shushrut Jadhav Kinderchirurgie Barcelona, Spain Paediatric Centre Sri Siddhivinayak Cancer Hospital Miraj Miraj, Maharashtra IndiaKIMBERLY GRATENSTEIN, MD DARYL S. HENSHAW, MD Attending Anesthesiologist Assistant Professor Lawrence Hospital Center Department of Anesthesiology Bronxville, New York Section of Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Winston-Salem, North CarolinaJOHN J. LAUR, MD DANIELLE LUDWIN, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesia Associate Professor of Anesthesiology The University of Iowa Roy J. and Associate Fellowship Director, Regional Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine Anesthesia Medical Director Ambulatory Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgery Center Surgeons University of Iowa Healthcare Columbia University Medical Center Iowa City, Iowa New York, New York
  7. 7. ASSOCIATE FACULTYCOLLEEN E. McCALLY, DO STEVEN MELTON, MD Anesthesiologist Assistant Professor North American Partners in Anesthesia Department of Anesthesiology Melville, New York Duke University Medical Center Durham, North CarolinaANDRES MISSAIR, MD, DESRA RAVINDRAN NAIR, MD, BSC, MBBS, DA, FRCA Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Consultant Anaesthetist University of Miami, Miller School of Lead Regional Anaesthesia Medicine Director Regional Anaesthesia Fellowship Associate Fellowship Director of Regional Programme Anesthesia and Acute Pain Broomfield Hospital University of Miami Hospital and Jackson Chelmsford, Essex Memorial Hospital United Kingdom Miami, FloridaWOJCIECH REISS, MD CARLOS H. SALAZAR, MD Attending Anesthesiologist Staff Anesthesiologist Assistant Professor of Clinical Resident Coordinator on Regional Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine Anesthesia Columbia University College of Hospital de Figueres Physicians and Surgeons Gerona, Spain St. Lukes and Roosevelt Hospitals New York, New YorkEMINE AYSU SALVIZ, MD MICHAEL R. SHAUGHNESSY, MD Research Fellow in Regional Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Anesthesiology Duke University Medical Center St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals Durham, North Carolina New York, New YorkGAGAN SHRIVASTAVA, MD, FCCP SANJAY SINHA, MBBS Chief Consultant - Cardiac Anesthesia Assistant Clinical Professor Synergy Hospital, Indore University of Connecticut School of India Medicine Director, Regional Anesthesia St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center Hartford, ConnecticutTONY TSAI, MD CATHERINE VANDEPITTE, MD Staff Anesthesiologist Consultant Anesthesiologist Beth Israel Medical Center UZ Leuven New York, New York Leuven, BelgiumPAUL H. WILLOUGHBY, MD DAQUAN XU, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Research Fellow in Regional Anesthesiology Anesthesiology Ambulatory Surgery Division St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals Dept of Anesthesiology New York, New York Stony Brook University Medical Center Stony Brook, New York
  8. 8. Saturday, September 22, 2012 PARALLEL SESSIONS PARALLEL SESSION I PARALLEL SESSION II Moderator: Kwesi Kwofie, MD Moderator: Uma Shastri, MD7:00-8:00 Early Experience with Innovative Regional 7:00-8:00 Early Experience with Innovative Regional Anesthesia Anesthesia Techniques for Extremity Surgery Techniques for Extremity Surgery Breakfast Provided by a Grant from Teleflex, Inc. Breakfast Provided by a Grant from Teleflex, Inc.8:00-8:30 Registration 8:00-8:30 Registration8:30-8:45 Opening Remarks 8:30-8:45 Opening Remarks All lectures on techniques will focus on evidence-based 8:45-9:15 Obstetric Emergencies techniques recommendations: Marc Van de Velde, MD, PHD Indications Technique In-Plane – Out-Of-Plane 9:15-9:45 Anesthesia for the Pregnant Woman Having Surgery Needle Tip Position Location of Injectate Alan C. Santos, MD, MPH Monitoring to decrease risk of complication 9:45-10:15 Optimal Management of Labor Analgesia8:45-9:00 Ultrasound Guided Cervical Plexus Block Marc Van de Velde, MD, PHD Peggy Li, MD 10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion9:00-9:15 Ultrasound Guided Interscalene & Supraclavicular Santos; Van de Velde Blocks Alwin Chuan, MBBS, FANZCA 10:30-11:00 Coffee Break9:15-9:30 Ultrasound Guided Infraclavicular & Axillary 11:00-11:15 Regional Anesthesia in Critical Care Blocks Sebastian Schulz-Stübner, MD, PHD Jeffrey D. Swenson, MD 11:15-11:30 Regional Anesthesia in Patients with Acute Trauma;9:30-9:45 Ultrasound Guided Femoral & Fascia Iliaca Blocks Indications and Contra-Indications Arthur Atchabahian, MD Sandeep M. Diwan, MD9:45-10:00 Ultrasound Guided Sciatic & Popliteal Blocks 11:30-12:00 Management of a Difficult Airway: Techniques and Xavier Sala-Blanch, MD Anesthesia of the Airway Tatjana Stopar Pintaric, MD, PHD, DEAA10:00-10:30 Panel Discussion Atchabahian; Chuan; Li; Swenson; Sala-Blanch 12:00-12:30 How Technology Ruined Regional Anesthesia Clinical Skills10:30-11:00 Coffee Break Stavros Prineas, BSc(Med), MBBS, FRCA11:00-11:15 Ultrasound Guided Saphenous and Ankle Blocks 12:30-1:30 An Educational Grant from Cumberland Ana M. Lopez, MD, PhD Pharmaceuticals and Pacira Pharmaceuticals was11:15-11:30 Ultrasound Guided Lumbar Plexus Blocks used, in part to support the Lunch Program Admir Hadzic, MD, PhD Emerging Evidence Based Approaches in Multimodal11:30-11:45 Ultrasound Guided Obturator Blocks; How, Why Analgesia and When? Eugene Viscusi, MD Sanjay Sinha, MBBS 1:30-2:00 Optimal Management of a Patient Having Hip and11:45-12:00 Ultrasound Guided Paravertebral & Intercostal Knee Arthroplasty: Evidence Based Protocol Blocks Sanjay Sinha, MBBS Wing Hong Kwok, MB, ChB, FANZCA 2:00-2:15 Most Unusual Regional Anesthesia Cases I Have12:00-12:30 Panel Discussion Encountered Hadzic; Kwok; Lopez; Sinha Peter H. Cheng, DO12:30-1:30 An Educational Grant from Cumberland 2:15-2:30 Regional Anesthesia in Nairobi, Kenya: An Illustrative Pharmaceuticals and Pacira Pharmaceuticals was Guide Through a Day in My Practice used, in part to support the Lunch Program Dave Otieno, MD Emerging Evidence Based Approaches in 2:30-2:45 Regional Anesthesia in Miraj, India: An Illustrative Multimodal Analgesia Guide Through a Day in My Practice Eugene Viscusi, MD Sandeep M. Diwan, MD1:30-2:00 Certification in Regional Anesthesia: Who, How 2:45-3:00 Believe It or Not : Awake Regional Anesthesia for and Why?: The European Experience Patients Undergoing Cardiothoracic Surgery Marc Van de Velde, MD, PHD Gagan Shrivastava, MD, FCCP2:00-2:30 Intraneural Injections: Good Practice or 3:00-3:30 Panel Discussion Malpractice? Cheng; Diwan; Otieno; Shrivastava; Sinha Admir Hadzic, MD, PhD 3:30-4:00 Coffee Break2:30-3:00 The Role of Ultrasound in Spinal and Epidural 4:00-4:30 Communication Breakdown and Disasters in the Anesthesia Operating Room Wing Hong Kwok, MB, ChB, FANZCA Stavros Prineas, BSc(Med), MBBS, FRCA3:00-3:30 Monitoring Standards During PNB: Ultrasound, 4:30-5:00 Chronic Post-Surgical Pain and Current Strategies Nerve Stimulator, Injection Pressure or All Three? for Prevention Jeff Gadsden, MD, FRCPC, FANZCA Eugene R. Viscusi, MD3:30-4:00 Coffee Break 5:00-5:30 Regional Anesthesia and Anticoagulation: Update4:00-4:30 Introducing Standards in Practice of Peripheral Honorio Benzon, MD Nerve Blocks 5:30 Adjourn Admir Hadzic, MD, PhD4:30-5:00 Regional Anesthesia Images That Will Change Your Practice Forever Reina ;Vandepitte5:00-5:30 Panel Discussion: Bring Your Challenging Cases for Discussion Atchabahian; Cheng; Diwan; Gadsden; Hadzic; Kwok; Reina; Sinha; Van de Velde; Vandepitte5:30 Adjourn
  9. 9. Saturday, September 22, 2012 WORKSHOPSHands-On Ultrasound WorkshopsRegistration is limited, so we recommend that you register as soon as possible.Separate Registration Fee RequiredWORKSHOP I: Four Basic US-Guided Nerve Blocks You Must Know8:45 AM REGISTRATION MODERATORS: Ana M. Lopez, MD, PhD9:00 AM – 12:00 PM WORKSHOP SESSIONS Catherine Vandepitte, MD Interscalene Brachial Plexus block Axillary Brachial Plexus Block Femoral Blocks Popliteal Blocks Knobology/Target Practice StationThe basic ultrasound guided nerve block workshop is crafted for participants without significant experience in performing peripheral nerveblocks or ultrasound guided blocks. The main emphasis during this workshop will be on the practical aspects of hands-on scanning, learning tipsand tricks, how to recognize the relevant anatomy, and discussing the essence of establishing successful and safe blocks while deemphasizinga multitude of technique variations. The participants will also have an opportunity for ample practice on live models as well as onmannequins/meat models.Every block demonstration will be preceded by a brief description using power point presentation. After presentation the participants practicetheir skills by scanning on live models under the guidance of the instructors using the described techniques.A knobology and target practice station will be available throughout to allow hand-eye coordination practice. This station will allow participants,under guidance of an instructor, to test drive some of the common equipment used for peripheral nerve blocks on a specially designed meatmodel that simulates the feel and resistance of human tissue.INSTRUCTORS: Bonnie Deschner, MD; Junping Chen MD, PhD; Kimberly Gratenstein, MD; Thomas M. Halaszynski, MD; Daryl S. Henshaw, MD;John J. Laur, MD; Danielle Ludwin, MD; Mitchell H. Marshall, MD; Colleen E. McCally, DO; Andres Missair, MD; Ravindran Nair, MD; WojciechReiss, MD; Carlos H. Salazar, MD; Emine Aysu Salviz, MD; Alexandru Visan, MD; Paul H. Willoughby, MD; Daquan Xu, MD ***************************************************************************WORKSHOP II: Ultrasound-Guided Pain Procedures Workshop1:00 PM REGISTRATION MODERATOR: David Provenzano, MD1:15 PM – 3:15 PM WORKSHOP SESSIONSThis workshop will focus on the most common ultrasound guided interventional procedures in pain management practice, including blocks of the head,neck and trunk.INSTRUCTORS: Peter H. Cheng, DO, Tomás Domingo, MD, Hariharan Shankar, MD ***************************************************************************WORKSHOP III: Intermediate Nerve Blocks Workshop3:15 PM REGISTRATION MODERATORS: Ana M. Lopez, MD, PhD3:30 PM - 6:00 PM WORKSHOP SESSIONS Catherine Vandepitte, MD Interscalene and Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus Blocks Axillary and Distal Upper Extremity Blocks Femoral and Obturator Nerve Blocks Sciatic and Popliteal Blocks Scanning on demand stationIntermediate nerve blocks workshop is best suited for participants who are somewhat familiar with the techniques being taught and looking toexpand their scanning confidence. They are interested in learning about technique variations and have would like an opportunity to discusspractical challenges and issues with the faculty. This workshop is geared toward participants wanting to expand on the number of peripheralnerve blocks they perform in their practice. Enough flexibility is built in to this workshop to accommodate participants of basics throughintermediate skill level.Every block demonstration will be preceded by a brief description using power point presentation. After presentation the participants practice theirskills by scanning on live models under the guidance of the instructors using the described techniques.A knobology and target practice station will be available throughout to allow hand-eye coordination practice. This station will allow participants,under guidance of an instructor, to test drive some of the common equipment used for peripheral nerve blocks on a specially designed meatmodel that simulates the feel and resistance of human tissue.INSTRUCTORS: Arthur Atchabahian, MD; Alwin Chuan, MBBS; Sandeep M. Diwan, MD; Thomas M. Halaszynski, MD; Wing Hong Kwok, MB;John J. Laur, MD; Peggy Li, MD; Mitchell H. Marshall, MD; Andres Missair, MD; Ravindran Nair, MD; Wojciech Reiss, MD; Christopher Robards,MD; Carlos H. Salazar, MD; Emine Aysu Salviz, MD; Sanjay Sinha, MBBS; Alexandru Visan, MD; Daquan Xu, MD
  10. 10. Saturday, September 22, 2012 DISCUSSIONS & SESSIONSPROBLEM BASED LEARNING DISCUSSIONSRegistration is limited, so we recommend that you register as soon as possible.Separate Registration Fee Required9:00 – 10:00 AM A. How to Avoid Neurologic Complications During the Performance of Peripheral Nerve Blocks Andres Missair, MD, DESRA B. Is Ultrasound the Appropriate Replacement for an Awake Patient During the Performance of Peripheral Nerve Blocks? Steve Melton, MD C. What are the Documentation Requirements for a Regional Anesthesia Technique and an Acute Pain Consult Jan Boublik, MD , PhD12:00 – 1:00 PM D. New Anticoagulants, New Challenges for Regional Anesthesia? Daryl S. Henshaw, MD E. Importance of Developing an Algorithm for LAST (Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity) “Better to be Prepared than Hope it Will Never Happen” Michael R. Shaughnessy, MD F. How to Align the Strategic Goals of an Acute Pain Service with Major Key Players: Patients, Providers, Hospital Administrators, Insurers Alexandru Visan, MD ****************************************************************************NURSING PROGRAM8:30 - 10:00 AM The Nursing Implications for the Patient Undergoing Regional AnesthesiaSpeaker: Emily DeBusk, Owner-BLOCKNURSING LLC, Block Nurse -UNC HealthcareTARGET AUDIENCE:Clinical nurses, nurse managers wishing to implement a program within their institution, physicians looking for more information on how to utilize role intheir regional anesthesia practice.OBJECTIVES: Describe the benefits of implementing the Block Nurse role Discuss the anatomy of the spinal column and the innervations of the upper and lower extremities Examine the components of the regional anesthesia room for efficiency and safety Explain the nursing care of a patient receiving regional anesthesia Summarize the pharmacology of local anesthetic agents and additives Practice the nursing care of a patient experiencing complications from regional anesthesia Describe strategies to enhance the safety of patients receiving regional anesthesia Discuss the role of the Block Nurse within the Regional Anesthesia Team Strategize on how to build team support when developing a Block Nurse Team as well as the tools necessary to support an effective Block Nurse Team ****************************************************************************HUMANITIES SESSIONS9:00 – 10:00 AM Choosing Great Wines at Great Prices Steven J. Kaplan11:00 – 12:00 PM Cooking Demo/Talk by Chef Todd Mitgang from Crave Ceviche & South Edison Restaurants Todd & Colleen Mitgang2:00 – 3:00 PM How To Take Better Pictures With Your Camera? Tips from a Pro from Australia! Alvin Chuan, MD *PLEASE NOTE: NO CME CREDIT PROVIDED FOR THIS SESSION
  11. 11. Sunday, September 23, 2012 WORKSHOPSCOMPREHENSIVE ULTRASOUND-GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WORKSHOPRegistration is limited, so we recommend that you register as soon as possible.Separate Registration Fee Required7:30 AM REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST MODERATORS: Ana M. Lopez, MD, PhD8:00 AM – 12:00 PM WORKSHOP SESSIONS Catherine Vandepitte, MD Interscalene Blocks, Supraclavicular Blocks Infraclavicular Blocks Axillary Blocks TAP Blocks: In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Approaches Femoral and Fascia Iliaca Blocks Sciatic Blocks (Subgluteal) Popliteal Blocks Optimizing Image on US and Phantom Target PracticeThe Comprehensive Basic and Intermediate Hands-On Ultrasound Workshop is designed to offer an overview of anatomical facts, indications,tips for success, pharmacological choices and techniques to accomplish the sonographic views necessary for the successful performance ofblocks.Each technique will be presented by faculty during a 5-10 minute slide presentation. The attendees will then be divided into groups of 5 to 6 forpractical demonstrations on models. During the practical aspect of the workshop, the emphasis will be placed on acquiring the knowledge ofSonoanatomy, Sonographic Landmarks, Scanning Techniques to Optimize Target Imaging, as well as Strategies to Identify Common Artifactsand Avoid Complications. There will be opportunities for hands-on scanning practice using live and/or phantom models.This workshop is designed to offer a wide range of ultrasound guided regional anesthesia techniques to participants. Ample time will be availablefor participants to acquire the necessary skills to maintain a sonographic view of the essential anatomy and needle advancement in the sameplane.The format of the workshop is optimally suited for retention of information and acquiring the necessary skills to employ ultrasound guided nerveblocks clinically. At the completion of the hands-on workshop, participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and to discuss the variousaspects of ultrasound guided nerve blocks with the faculty.INSTRUCTORS: Arthur Atchabahian, MD; Honorio Benzon, MD; Peter H. Cheng, DO; Alwin Chuan, MBBS; Bonnie Deschner, MD; Sandeep M.Diwan, MD; Kimberly Gratenstein, MD; Thomas M. Halaszynski, MD; Daryl S. Henshaw, MD; Danielle Ludwin, MD; Mitchell H. Marshall, MD;Colleen E. McCally, DO; Andres Missair, MD; Miguel A. Reina, MD; Ravindran Nair, MD; Wojciech Reiss, MD; Christopher Robards, MD; EmineAysu Salviz, MD; Uma Shastri, MD; Sanjay Sinha, MBBS; Tony Tsai, MD; Alexandru Visan, MD; Paul H. Willoughby, MD; Daquan Xu, MD12:00 PM – 12:30PM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ***************************************************************************ADVANCED ULTRASOUND-GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WORKSHOP9:15 AM REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST MODERATOR: Admir Hadzic, MD, PhD9:30 AM – 12:00 PM WORKSHOP SESSIONS Lumbar Plexus Blocks Jeff Gadsden, MD; Kwesi Kwofie, MD Paravertebral and Intercostal Blocks Xavier Sala-Blanch, MD; Hariharan Shankar, MD Distal Peripheral Nerves, Ankle and Wrist Blocks Carlos H. Salazar, MD; Jeffrey D. Swenson, MD Spinal and Epidural Blocks Wing Hong Kwok, MB; Peggy Li, MD; Tomás Domingo, MDAdvanced ultrasound guided regional anesthesia workshop is best suited for participants with some previous ultrasound guided regionalanesthesia skills. The sessions will begin with a 5-10 minute didactic overview in the before each technique demonstration. Participants will thenbe divided up into small groups for the hands-on session with the faculty. At the completion of the workshop, participants will have an opportunityto ask questions and to further discuss the various techniques with the faculty.12:00 PM – 12:30PM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
  12. 12. 11th Annual Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Saturday and Sunday, September 22 - 23, 2012 REGISTRATION FORM(Please print clearly) Name: Title: Address: City: State/Province: Zip: Zip Code: Telephone: Fax: Specialty: Affiliation: Email:(Be sure to include your e-mail address as confirmation/receipt will be sent electronically)SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 – PARALLEL SESSIONSPlease place a () in the appropriate boxes By July 13 After July 13 Onsite Anesthesiologists $495.00 $545.00 $570.00 Other Healthcare Professionals $295.00 $315.00 $345.00 Residents and Fellows $195.00 $215.00 $245.00 Students $150.00 $195.00 $210.00SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 – PBLD (PROBLEM BASED LEARNING DISCUSSIONSPlease place a () in the appropriate boxes A B C D E F $30.00 Saturday and Sunday Workshop Registration is limited, so we recommend that you register as soon as possible.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 – WORKSHOP FEESPlease note: These sessions are offered simultaneously with the Parallel Sessions on Saturday. Attendance is strictly limited to small groups. Thoseregistered for the parallel sessions on Saturday will receive $100 credit off each Saturday workshop session. Without Lectures With Lectures WORKSHOP I: Basic US-Guided Nerve Block Workshop $350.00 $250.00 WORKSHOP II: Ultrasound Guided Pain Procedures Workshop $350.00 $250.00 WORKSHOP III: Intermediate Nerve Block Workshop $350.00 $250.00SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 – WORKSHOP FEES Comprehensive US-Guided Nerve Block Workshops $550.00 Advanced US-Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop $350.00PAYMENT METHOD Online Registration is available and is the preferred method. The conference registration link may be accessed at www.nysora.com Check made payable to NYSORA is enclosed. NYSORA, 2753 Broadway, Suite 183, New York, NY 10025 Credit Card #_____________________________________________________________________ Exp date________________Credit Card Type: VISA MasterCard American ExpressSignature________________________________________________________________ Total Payment $_______________ Fax this form to 212-523-2074CANCELLATION POLICYA refund, less a $100 administrative fee, will be issued upon written request. No refunds will be made after August 24 th. St. Luke’s and RooseveltHospitals reserve the right to cancel the program.St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals will not be responsible for reimbursement of tuition or expenses incurred as a result of cancellation of this meetingfor reasons that include, but will not limited to, natural disasters, economic downturns or strikes and other labor unrest that may impede meetingorganization and delivery. By registering for this conference, participants acknowledge and agree to the terms in this disclosure. FURTHER INFORMATION: St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals, Office of CME 1111 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10025 Phone: (212) 523-2138 *Fax: (212) 523-2074 Websites: www.nysora.com - www.chpnet.org/cme Email: satkinso@chpnet.org