Miami Neuro Symposium Friday-Saturday, December 7-8, 2012 Biltmore Hotel Coral Gables, FloridaGuilherme Dabus, M.D. ■ Italo Linfante, M.D. ■ Karel Fuentes, M.D. Sergio González-Arias, M.D., Ph.D. Symposium Directors Registration online now at MiamiNeuro.BaptistHealth.net.
Miami Neuro SymposiumFriday-Saturday, December 7-8, 2012 ■ Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, FloridaTarget AudienceNeurologists, neurosurgeons, spine surgeons, stroke neurologists, neuroradiologists, diagnostic radiologists,critical care physicians, neurointensivists, emergency medicine physicians, internal medicine physicians,interventional neuroradiologists, critical care nurses, neuroscience nurses, neurosurgery nurses, nursepractitioners, radiology technologists and clinical pharmacists.OverviewThe Miami Neuro Symposium brings together three established neuro meetings:KNOCK OUT STROKE ■ NEUROCRITICAL CARE ■ SPINE SURGERYParticipants will benefit from education in these varied and important neuroscience specialties as they explorecutting-edge research results and advances in diagnostic and treatment strategies presented by world-renownedclinical and surgical neuroscience experts. Faculty will cover best-practice treatment strategies with acomprehensive focus on safety; advances in strategies for proper assessment and optimal treatment ofacute stroke; aggressive approaches to treatment of critically ill neurologic patients; and recent advances indiagnostic and surgical approaches to spinal disorders.Educational ObjectivesKNOCK OUT STROKEUpon completion of this session, participants should be better able to:■ Utilize appropriate neuroimaging techniques to improve accuracy of treatment selection for acute stroke patients.■ Identify the benefits and pitfalls of CT angiography, CT perfusion and MRI in acute stroke imaging.■ Assess available options for acute ischemic stroke therapy, and review evidence-based data on endovascular approaches.■ Recognize indications for hemicraniectomy to relieve the increased intracranial pressure and brain tissue shifts that occur in the setting of large cerebral hemisphere mass, or space-occupying lesions.■ Compare and contrast available treatment options for patients with cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVM) and arteriovenous fistulas (AVF).■ Explore controversies surrounding management of AVMs and AVFs, and detect and manage complications.■ Review the risks and benefits pertinent to cerebral arteriography and endovascular embolization, and identify and manage procedure-related complications.■ Recognize the indications for treatment of intracranial aneurysms, and examine available neuroendovascular therapeutic options.■ Identify complex parent artery/aneurysm flow dynamics.■ Examine the effect of flow diverters on local parent artery/aneurysm flow dynamics.■ Recognize progressive clot formation of aneurysms and endothelialization of aneurysm neck following placement of flow diverters.■ Review the clinical outcomes, including complications, associated with flow diverters.■ Explain the beneficial impact of microsurgery as a mainstay of therapy to eliminate intracerebral hemorrhage risk and to preserve or maximize neurological functions.■ Critically analyze the data and outcomes of clinical trials comparing carotid angioplasty and stenting with carotid endarterectomy, and evaluate its impact on stroke prevention.
NEUROCRITICAL CAREUpon completion of this session, participants should be better able to:■ Evaluate, diagnose and treat patients with acute encephalopathy.■ Diagnose basilar artery occlusion syndrome for better prognosis.■ Apply best-practice approaches to the use of prophylactic antiepileptics in the neurocritically ill patient.■ Implement the most appropriate techniques for advanced multimodal monitoring in neurocritical care.■ Utilize pharmacologic and cooling strategies to effectively control fever in the neurocritical patient.■ Recognize and circumvent the negative impact of fever on the brain-injured patient.■ Review possible applications of therapeutic hypothermia for the care of neurocritical patients.■ Identify the conditions for which hypothermia is a standard of care, a treatment option, or shown to be ineffective.■ Explain the essential components of delivering hypothermia in the ED and ICU setting.SPINE SURGERYUpon completion of this session, participants should be better able to:■ Compare surgical information and clinical outcomes of minimally invasive surgery versus traditional open technique for transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion.■ Examine the safety and efficacy of minimally invasive lumbar spinal surgery for elderly patients.■ Explore recent advances in the treatment of adult spinal deformities utilizing minimally invasive surgical techniques, and assess the outcomes with regard to safety and efficacy.■ Identify the benefits of a lateral approach using cages in the treatment of mild sagittal imbalance, and explain radiological correction, clinical improvement and safety enhancements.■ Examine a hybrid minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows for minimization of muscular dissection, and discuss the impact on mobilization, morbidity and postoperative pain medication requirements.■ Describe the indications for use of highly specialized cutting-edge tools, such as computer navigation and nerve monitoring, in minimally invasive spine surgery.■ Explain the potential use of lateral applications to the spine and recognize their safety and effectiveness as part of the treatment of spinal deformities.
FacultyKNOCK OUT STROKE Jack M. Klem, M.D., FACS Alberto Pinzón Ardila, M.D.,Italo Linfante, M.D., FAHA Medical Director, Vascular Neurosurgery MSBE, Ph.D.Symposium Director Baptist Health Neuroscience Center Medical Director, Epilepsy ProgramMedical Director, Interventional Neuroradiology Neurosurgeon, Baptist, Doctors and Neurologist, Baptist, South Miami, Doctorsand Endovascular Neurosurgery West Kendall Baptist Hospitals and West Kendall Baptist HospitalsBaptist Health Neuroscience Center and Clinical Assistant Professor, Department Baptist Health Neuroscience CenterBaptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute of Surgery, Florida International University Miami, FloridaInterventional Neuroradiologist, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Miami, Florida J. Javier Provencio, M.D.,Baptist and South Miami Hospitals FCCM, FAANClinical Associate Professor, Department of Philip M. Meyers, M.D., FAHA Assistant Director, Neurocritical CareRadiology, Neurology and Neurosurgery Associate Professor, Radiology and Fellowship, Cerebrovascular Center andFlorida International University Herbert Neurological Surgery, Columbia University Neurosciences, Lerner Research Institute,Wertheim College of Medicine College of Physicians & Surgeons Cleveland ClinicMiami, Florida Director, Neuroendovascular Services, Cleveland, OhioGuilherme Dabus, M.D. New York Presbyterian Hospitals atSymposium Director Columbia University and Neurological SPINE SURGERY Institute of New YorkMedical Director, Fellowship Program New York, New York Sergio González-Arias, M.D.,Interventional Neuroradiology and Ph.D., FAANS, FACSEndovascular Neurosurgery Vitaly Siomin, M.D. Symposium DirectorBaptist Health Neuroscience Center and Medical Director, Brain Tumor Program Medical Director, Baptist HealthBaptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute Baptist Health Neuroscience Center Neuroscience CenterInterventional Neuroradiologist Neurosurgeon, Baptist, South Miami and Chief, Department of Neuroscience andBaptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute, West Kendall Baptist Hospitals Neurosurgery, Baptist Hospital of MiamiBaptist and South Miami Hospitals Clinical Assistant Professor, Department Professor and Chairman, Department ofClinical Associate Professor, Department of of Neurosurgery, Florida International Neurosurgery, Florida InternationalRadiology, Neurology and Neurosurgery University Herbert Wertheim College of University Herbert Wertheim College ofFlorida International University Herbert Medicine MedicineWertheim College of Medicine Miami, Florida Miami, FloridaMiami, Florida Ajay Wakhloo, M.D., Ph.D., FAHA Charles L. Branch Jr., M.D.Kevin Abrams, M.D. Professor of Radiology, Neurology and Professor and Chair, Department ofChief, Radiology, Baptist Hospital of Miami Neurosurgery NeurosurgeryMedical Director, Neuroradiology and Director, Division of Neuroimaging Intervention Wake Forest Baptist Health SystemMagnetic Resonance Imaging Department of Radiology, University of Winston-Salem, North CarolinaBaptist Health Neuroscience Center Massachusetts Medical SchoolNeuroradiologist, Baptist, Homestead Worcester, Massachusetts Roger Härtl, M.D.South Miami and West Kendall Baptist Leonard and Fleur Harlan Clinical ScholarHospitals FUNDAMENTALS OF in Neurological SurgeryClinical Associate Professor, Department of NEUROCRITICAL CARE Associate Professor of Neurological SurgeryRadiology, Florida International University Director of Spinal SurgeryHerbert Wertheim College of Medicine Karel Fuentes, M.D. Co-director, Spine Center, Weill Cornell Symposium Director Brain and Spine Center, Weill CornellMiami, Florida Medical Director of Neurocritical Care, Baptist Medical CollegeBarry T. Katzen, M.D., FACC, Health Neuroscience Center New York, New YorkFACR, FSIR Neurointensivist, Baptist, South Miami,Founder and Medical Director Homestead, Doctors and West Kendall Luiz Pimenta, M.D., Ph.D.Baptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute Baptist Hospitals Medical Director, Instituto de Patología daAssociate Dean, Clinical Affairs, Baptist Health Clinical Assistant Professor, Department Coluna, São Paulo, BrazilClinical Professor of Radiology and Surgery of Neurology Associate Professor, Department ofFlorida International University Herbert Florida International University Herbert Neurosurgery, University of CaliforniaWertheim College of Medicine Wertheim College of Medicine San DiegoMiami, Florida Miami, Florida San Diego, California Stephan A. Mayer, M.D., FCCM Michael Y. Wang, M.D., FACS Professor of Clinical Neurology and Professor, Departments of Neurological Neurological Surgery, Columbia University Surgery & Rehabilitation Medicine College of Physicians & Surgeons University of Miami Miller School of Director, Neurological Intensive Care Unit Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia Miami, Florida University Medical Center New York, New York
Schedule Day 1 • Friday, December 7 KNOCK OUT STROKE Moderators: Italo Linfante, M.D., Guilherme Dabus, M.D. 7:15 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:50 a.m. Welcome and Introductions Italo Linfante, M.D., Guilherme Dabus, M.D. 8:00 a.m. Advanced Neuroimaging: Improving Patient Selection in Acute Stroke Kevin Abrams, M.D. 8:20 a.m. Endovascular Treatment of Acute Stroke: Results From Recent Trials Italo Linfante, M.D. 8:40 a.m. Hemicraniectomy: When and Why? Vitaly Siomin, M.D. 9:00 a.m. Approach to Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations and Arteriovenous Fistulas Philip M. Meyers, M.D. 9:35 a.m. Break and Visit Exhibits 10:00 a.m. Endovascular Treatment of Aneurysms: State of the Art Guilherme Dabus, M.D. 10:20 a.m. Flow Diversion: Basics of Clinical Application Ajay Wakhloo, M.D., Ph.D. 10:50 a.m. Microsurgery for Intracranial Aneurysms and AVMs Jack M. Klem, M.D. 11:10 a.m. Carotid Artery Stenting vs. Carotid Endarterectomy: Where Are We Now? Barry T. Katzen, M.D. 11:30 a.m. Panel Discussion With Questions and Answers 12:00 noon Adjourn and Lunch FUNDAMENTALS OF NEUROCRITICAL CARE Moderator: Karel Fuentes, M.D. 1:00 p.m. Welcome and Introductions Karel Fuentes, M.D. 1:10 p.m. Acute Encephalopathy: What Not to Miss J. Javier Provencio, M.D. 1:30 p.m. Basilar Artery Occlusion Karel Fuentes, M.D.Accreditation and Credits ■ Baptist Health South Florida is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation to provide continuing medical education for physicians. ■ Baptist Health South Florida designates this live activity for a maximumof 11 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.■ Baptist Health South Florida is approved as a provider of Continuing Psychological Education by the Florida Board of Psychology. CE BrokerProvider #50-182. This activity has been approved for 3.5 CE credits for the Friday morning session (CE Broker #20-365347), 3.5 CE creditsfor the afternoon session (CE Broker Provider #20-365348) and 4.0 CE credits for the Saturday session (CE Broker Provider #20-365349).■ This activity has been approved on a session-by-session basis for a total of 11.0 contact hours by the Florida State Board of Nursing, BaptistHealth South Florida. CE Broker Provider #50-182 (3.5 credits for the Knock Out Stroke session, 3.5 credits for the Neurocritical Care sessionand 4.0 credits for the Spine Surgery session). ■ This activity has been approved on a session-by-session basis for a total of 11.0 continuingeducation credits by the Board of Pharmacy, Baptist Health South Florida. 3.5 CE credits for the Friday morning session, 3.5 CE credits for theFriday afternoon session and 4.0 CE credits for the Saturday session CE Broker Provider #50-182.Disclosures and Resolution of Conflict of Interest ■ Baptist Health South Florida requires resolution of allconflicts of interest to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all CME programming. Conflicts of interest of anyindividuals who control CME content will be identified and resolved prior to this symposium. Full disclosure will be made in thesymposium reference guide. Presenters will also disclose discussion of off-label uses.
1:50 p.m. Use of Prophylactic Antiepileptics Alberto Pinzón Ardila, M.D. 2:10 p.m. Break and Visit Exhibits 2:30 p.m. Multimodal Monitoring in Neurocritical Care: The New Frontier J. Javier Provencio, M.D. 2:50 p.m. Fever Control: How and for Whom? Stephan A. Mayer, M.D. 3:10 p.m. Therapeutic Hypothermia: Applications in Neurocritical Care Stephan A. Mayer, M.D. 3:30 p.m. Panel Discussion With Questions and Answers 4:30 p.m. Adjourn Day 2 • Saturday, December 8 SPINE SURGERY Moderator: Sergio González-Arias, M.D., Ph.D. 7:15 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:50 a.m. Welcome and Overview Sergio González-Arias, M.D., Ph.D. 8:00 a.m. Minimally Invasive Laminectomy and Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion Roger Härtl, M.D. 8:30 a.m. Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Aging Spine: Are the Benefits Real or Imagined? Charles L. Branch, M.D. 9:00 a.m. Minimally Invasive Spinal Deformity Surgery Michael Y. Wang, M.D. 9:30 a.m. Sagittal Alignment Correction Following Minimally Invasive Lateral Fusion With Hyperlordotic Cages Luiz Pimenta, M.D. 10:00 a.m. A Hybrid Minimally Invasive Lumbar Fusion Through a Midline Approach Charles L. Branch, M.D. 10:30 a.m. Break and Visit Exhibits 11:00 a.m. The Role of Navigation in Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery Roger Härtl, M.D. 11:30 a.m. Lateral Application in Deformity Surgery Luiz Pimenta, M.D. 12:00 noon Panel Discussion With Questions and Answers 12:30 p.m. AdjournHotel Location and Accommodations ■ 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables, FloridaThe Biltmore Hotel, located in the heart of Coral Gables, one of Miami’s most prestigious areas, combines golfand tennis with an estate-like setting and is just 15 minutes from Miami International Airport and the Port ofMiami. For more information about the Biltmore, go to BiltmoreHotel.com. Reservations should be made directlywith the Biltmore Hotel by calling 800-727-1926. Mention Baptist Health to receive the special group rate.Symposium Registration ■ The registration fee includes tuition, daily continental breakfast and breakrefreshments, and the Friday luncheon. To expedite registration, go to MiamiNeuro.BaptistHealth.net. Confirmationswill be sent for registrations received by November 23. Registrations cannot be processed or confirmed withoutfull payment.Cancellation Policy ■ Cancellations must be sent in writing and received electronically or postmarked byNovember 23 to receive a refund of the registration fee, less a $25 administrative fee. Registration fees are notrefundable after November 23.
Symposium Registration Form Miami Neuro Symposium Friday-Saturday, December 7-8, 2012 Florida Register online at MiamiNeuro.BaptistHealth.net. ■ Registration deadline is November 23, 2012.Name (Please Print Clearly!)Degree: ❑ M.D. ❑ D.O. ❑ P.A. ❑ ARNP ❑ R.N. ❑ Pharm.D. ❑ Radiology Technologist ❑ Other _____________Institution AffiliationMailing Address City/State/ZipTelephone FaxEmail AddressLicense Number (M.D. not required)Symposium Registration Physicians* Other Healthcare Baptist Health Physicians Professionals Employees in Training**Entire Symposium ❑ $280 ❑ $150 ❑ $ 95 ❑ $ 95Friday all day ❑ $190 ❑ $100 ❑ $ 60 ❑ $ 60Saturday all day ❑ $ 90 ❑ $ 50 ❑ $ 35 ❑ $ 35*Group discounts available for three or more physicians who register together as a group by November 23. No add-ons. Call for details.**Registration must be accompanied by a letter from the Fellowship/Residency Director.Payment Methods Online: MiamiNeuro.BaptistHealth.net. Mail: Baptist Health CME Department, 8900 North Kendall Drive, Miami, Florida 33176We regret that registrations cannot be accepted by telephone or fax.The full registration fee includes tuition, continental breakfasts and refreshment breaks on Friday and Saturday andFriday lunch.Confirmations will be sent to acknowledge registrations received by November 23.Registrations will not be processed or confirmed without full payment.Cancellations must be sent in writing and received or postmarked by November 23 to receive a refund of the reg-istration fee, less a $25 administrative fee. Registration fees are not refundable after November 23.How did you hear about this symposium?❑ Mail ❑ Email ❑ Previous Attendee ❑ Other Internet site (specify)_________ ❑ Other _________❑ In consideration of the Americans with Disabilities Act, please check here if you require special services,and we will contact you to determine your specific requirements. Please submit this form two weeks prior to theconference.Contact UsBaptist Health CME Department, 786-596-2398, 8900 North Kendall Drive, Miami, Florida 33176 orCME@BaptistHealth.net.