The Fifth International Symposium onPediatric CardiacIntensive Care December 1– 4, 2004 Four Seasons Hotel Miami, Florida, USA with Pre-Symposium Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia Conference, Cardiac Intensive Care Workshop, and Post-Symposium PCICS Director’s Meeting Presented by Texas Children’s Heart Center, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, and The Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS)
The Fifth International Symposium onPediatric Cardiac Intensive Care PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBADecember 1–4, 2004 CO-DIRECTORS: Dean B. Andropoulos, MDFour Seasons Hotel, 1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131 USA Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MDOVERVIEWThis is the fifth symposium in the successful OBJECTIVESseries of international symposia on pediatric At the conclusion of the course, the participant should be able to:cardiac intensive care. The faculty is • Determine acute- and long-term support strategies in failed myocardium • Evaluate efficacy of drugs such as vasopressin and natriuretic peptide in cardiac ICUcomprised of world-renowned experts in • Assess new interventional strategies for hypoplastic left heart syndromethe subspecialties of pediatric cardiology, • Discuss neurologic monitoring and protection in neonatal cardiac surgerypediatric cardiac surgery, pediatric cardiac • Determine treatment for catecholamine-resistant hypotensionanesthesiology, pediatric intensive care, • Formulate strategy for ARDS in children with cardiac diseaseneonatology, adult cardiology, cardiac • Discuss the role of nitric oxide in cardiac intensive carepharmacology, and pediatric cardiac nursing. EDUCATIONAL METHODSBased on evaluations from participants in • Lectures • Panel Discussions • Problem Patient Presentations •the fourth symposium, the following topics • Meet-the-Expert Sessions • Open Forums • Syllabus •will be addressed: short-term and long-term EVALUATIONcardiopulmonary support; appropriate use Evaluation by questionnaire will address program content, presentation, and possible bias.of vasopressin, natriuretic peptide and othermedications; new strategies for hypoplastic left ACCREDITATION/CREDIT DESIGNATIONheart syndrome; new advances in neurologic Baylor College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.monitoring; new strategies for catecholamine- Baylor College of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 19.75resistant hypotension and for ARDS; and category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physiciannew potential roles for nitric oxide. should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the activity. The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in theTARGET AUDIENCE US who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRA category 1 credit.The symposium is designed for physicians,nurses, and other healthcare professionals NURSING CREDITwho care for neonates, children, and adults This program has been approved for 28.5 Contact Hours, CERP Category A by AACN, file number 00012223.with heart disease in the intensive care setting.
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTSPre-Symposium ActivitiesWednesday Dec. 1, 2004• Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia Conference This special pre-symposium conference focuses on pediatric cardiac anesthesia and current issues.• Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Workshop This workshop is open to all symposium attendees Post-Symposium and includes sessions on special topics such as cardiac anatomy, cardiopulmonary physiology, advances in surgery, Activities arrhythmia management, and ventilation strategies. PCICS Director’s MeetingSymposium Program Saturday, Dec. 4, 2004Thursday, Dec. 2, through Saturday, Dec. 4, 2004 This meeting will discuss important issues such as trainingThe symposium features highly interactive discussions requirements, database management, billing/collections,on common issues and controversies in pediatric cardiac as well as other relevant topics.intensive care. It includes the following:• Mini-Symposia There will be six mini-symposia during the symposium addressing such topics as mechanical cardiopul- Abstracts monary support, pharmacologic agents, nitric oxide, intraop- There will be opportunities for participants to present oral or erative neurological monitoring, cardiopulmonary resuscita- poster abstracts. The review committee will select three tion, and long-term outcome after cardiac surgery. abstracts for oral presentation, while other qualified abstracts• RN Mini-Conference There will be special RN mini con- will be presented as posters during poster sessions. There ferences on Thursday, Dec. 2, to Friday, Dec. 3, dedicated will be “professional walk rounds” to discuss posters. All to nursing issues in the cardiac intensive care setting, accepted abstracts will be published. including low birthweight neonates with heart disease, The abstract submission deadline is November 1, 2004. preoperative stabilization, single ventricle physiology, Visit www.PCICsymposium.org for further information and and the psychosocial aspects of care. submission forms. Social Events Gateway to the Caribbean Welcome Reception Wednesday, Dec. 1 1900–2100 Conference Dinner Thursday, Dec. 2 1900–2100 Faculty Dinner Friday, Dec. 3 1900–2100 PCICS Director’s Lunch and Meeting Saturday, Dec. 4 1215–1700
PROGRAMWEDNESDAY, December 1, 2004Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia Conference 1145–1300 Lunch (on your own) 730–800 Registration and Breakfast Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Workshop Antonio R. Mott, MD, and Stephen A. Stayer, MD 800–915 Scientific Session I Welcome 1300–1500 Modes of Mechanical Ventilation Dean B. Andropoulos, MD Alan I. Fields, MD, and Stephen A. Stayer, MD Heart and Lung Transplantation Update Cardiac Anatomy Primer Susan C. Nicolson, MD Debra L. Kearney, MD Anesthetic Care of the Adult Essential Cardiopulmonary Physiology for Congenital Heart Surgery Antonio R. Mott, MD, and Therese M. Giglia, MD Stephen A. Stayer, MD Interventional Catheterization and Devices Bleeding and Coagulation Issues Ronald G. Grifka, MD, and David Nykanen, MD Bruce E. Miller, MD Update on Mechanical Support 915–930 Break and Cardiac Surgery Thomas R. Karl, MD, and Jeffrey P. Jacobs, MD930–1045 Scientific Session II 1500–1700 Transesophageal Echocardiography Anesthesia for Stage I Norwood Palliation Wanda C. Miller-Hance, MD, and George M. Hoffman, MD Benjamin W. Eidem, MD Anesthesia for Cavopulmonary Connections Vascular Access and Issues Peter C. Laussen, MB,BS Dean B. Andropoulos, MD, and Anesthesia for Noncardiac Surgery and MRI Glenn Seidel, MD Laura Diaz, MD Update on Cardiac Pharmacology Update on Cardiopulmonary Bypass Brady Moffett, PharmD, and Daniel J. Penny, MD Dean B. Andropoulos, MD Regional Anesthesia and Postanesthesia Care Gregory B. Hammer, MD, and Laura Diaz, MD1045–1100 Break Cardiac Dysrhythmias and Pacing Richard A. Friedman, MD, MBA, and1100–1145 Pro/Con Debate Timothy F. Feltes, MD Routine Neurologic Monitoring Pro: Chandra Ramamoorthy, MD, MB,BS Con: Susan C. Nicolson, MD 1900–2100 Gateway to the Caribbean Welcome Reception
THURSDAY, December 2, 2004 730–800 Registration and Breakfast 1115–1130 Break 800–845 Special Session: Welcome 1130–1215 Open Forum: Our Interaction with Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA the Parents and the Children Welcome and Introduction Antonio R. Mott, MD, and faculty Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA 1215–1400 Lunch Multidisciplinary Integration Dean B. Andropoulos, MD 1400–1445 Meet-the-Expert Session IA: The Surgeon’s Perspective Catecholamine-Resistant Hypotension Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD Desmond Bohn, MB,BCh, and faculty 845–900 Break Meet-the-Expert Session IB: Acute Respiratory900–1000 Mini-Symposium IA Distress Syndrome in Cardiac Patients Update on Mechanical Cardiopulmonary Support Stephen A. Stayer, MD, and faculty Roger B.B. Mee, MB, Ch.B (Moderator) 1445–1500 Break Management of Low Cardiac Output Syndrome Steven M. Schwartz, MD 1500–1545 Challenging Case Discussions IA Update on Ventricular Assist Devices Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA, and faculty in the ICU Setting Challenging Case Discussions IB Thomas R. Karl, MD Peter C. Laussen, MB,BS, and faculty Future Pediatric Ventricular Assist Devices Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD 1400–1545 RN Mini-Conference I: Neonatal Cardiac Intensive Care Mini-Symposium IB New Cardiac Pharmacological Agents The Low Birthweight Neonate Randall C. Wetzel, MB,BS (Moderator) Tammy Pyron, BSN, RN Natriuretic Peptides in Intensive Care Preoperative Stabilization Jeffrey A. Towbin, MD Carol Okuhara, RN, MN, FNP Update on Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors Single Ventricle Physiology Gil Wernovsky, MD Jo Ann Nieves, MSN, ARNP, CPN, APRN-BC New Cardiac Pharmacological Agents Daniel J. Penny, MD 1545–1600 Break1000–1015 Break 1600–1700 Poster Session I1015–1115 Discussion Session IA: What is the Best Dean B. Andropoulos, MD, and faculty Strategy for Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome? Edward L. Bove, MD, and faculty Discussion Session IB: What is the Best 1900–2100 Conference Dinner for Pulmonary Vasodilator in the ICU? Attendees and Faculty Duncan Macrae, MD, and faculty
PROGRAMFRIDAY, December 3, 2004 730–800 Registration and Breakfast 1015–1115 Discussion Session IIA: What is the Ideal 800–845 Special Session: A Twenty Year Retrospective Inotropic Agent in Cardiac Intensive Care? Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA Daniel J. Penny, MD, and faculty Cardiac Intensive Care— Discussion Session IIB: What is the Preferred The Early Years and Later Ventilation Strategy in Cardiac Patients? David L. Wessel, MD Andrew N. Redington, MD, and faculty Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care—The Controversy 1115–1130 Break Randall C. Wetzel, MB,BS 1130–1215 Open Forum: Current Issues Cardiac Intensive Care— in Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Current Status and Future Challenges Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA, and faculty Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA 1215–1400 Lunch 845–900 Break 1400–1445 Meet-the-Expert Session IIA:900–1000 Mini-Symposium IIA Manipulation of Single Ventricle Physiology Nitric Oxide and the Intensive Care Setting George M. Hoffman, MD, and faculty David L. Wessel, MD (Moderator) Meet-the-Expert Session IIB: Postoperative Recent Experience of Nitric Management of Cavopulmonary Anastomosis Oxide in Postoperative Care Gil Wernovsky, MD, and faculty Duncan Macrae, MD 1445–1500 Break Investigations with Nitric Oxide 1500–1545 Challenging Case Discussions IIA Paul A. Checchia, MD Michele Moss, MD, and faculty Nitric Oxide and the Cardiovascular System Challenging Case Discussions IIB Stephen J. Roth, MD, MPH Duncan Macrae, MD, and faculty Mini-Symposium IIB 1400–1545 RN Mini-Conference II: Intraoperative Neurological Monitoring Special Topics in Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Dean B. Andropoulos, MD (Moderator) Care of the Patient on Mechanical Support Perioperative Neurological Monitoring Casey Allen Brimmage, RN George M. Hoffman, MD Psychosocial Aspects of Congenital Heart Disease Intraoperative Neurological Monitoring Kathy Mussatto, RN, BSN Chandra Ramamoorthy, MD, MB,BS Challenging Patients in Pediatric Cardiac ICU The Surgeon’s Perspective Constance E. Cephus, RNC, NNP, PNP, and faculty on Neurological Monitoring Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD 1545–1600 Break1000–1015 Break 1600–1700 Poster Session II Stephen A. Stayer, MD, and faculty 1900–2100 Faculty Dinner
SATURDAY, December 4, 2004730–800 Registration and Breakfast 1115–1130 Break800–845 Abstract Session: Oral Presentations 1130–1215 Open Forum: Messages from Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA the Cardiac Intensive Care Leadership Dean B. Andropoulos, MD Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA, and faculty Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD, and faculty 1215–1400 Pediatric Cardiac Intensive845–900 Break Care Society (PCICS) Lunch900–1000 Mini-Symposium IIIA 1400–1700 Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Update on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Care Society (PCICS) Meeting Fernando Stein, MD (Moderator) New Methodologies in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Daniel Stromberg, MD Ischemic Hypoxic Neurological Injury Patrick M. Kochanek, MD Pharmacological Support in Resuscitation Stephen A. Stayer, MD Mini-Symposium IIIB Long-term Outcome in Children after Cardiac Surgery Timothy F. Feltes, MD (Moderator) Neurological Outcome in Notices Children after Cardiac Surgery Jane W. Newburger, MD, MPH It is the policy of Baylor College of Medicine (Baylor) that the provider Follow-up in Children with and faculty/presenters disclose any significant financial or other Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome relationships with commercial companies whose products may be Peter Lang, MD discussed in the activity, or the commercial supporters, if any. Baylor also requires that faculty disclose any unlabeled use or investigational Update on Adults with Congenital Heart Disease use (not yet approved for any purpose) of pharmaceutical and Antonio R. Mott, MD medical device products. Specific disclosure will be made to the1000–1015 Break participants prior to the educational activity.1015–1115 Discussion Session IIIA: Faculty, topics, program schedule, and credit are subject to change. How to Improve Quality and Lower Costs? Anthony C. Chang, MD, MBA, and faculty Audio or videotaping is prohibited without written permission from Discussion Session IIIB: the Program Director and the Office of Continuing Medical Education, How to Design and Conduct Drug Trials? Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. David L. Wessel, MD, and faculty
COURSE DIRECTOR CO-DIRECTORSAnthony C. Chang, MD, MBA Dean B. Andropoulos, MD Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MDAssociate Professor of Pediatrics–Cardiology; Associate Professor Anesthesiology & Pediatrics, Professor of Surgery,Chief, Critical Care Cardiology, Baylor College of Medicine; Baylor College of Medicine;Baylor College of Medicine; Director and Kurt D. Groten, Sr., Family Chair, Professor and Chief, Division of CongenitalDirector, Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Service, Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesiology, Heart Surgery, The Donovan Chair,Texas Children’s Hospital; Houston, Texas. Texas Children’s Hospital: Houston, Texas. Texas Children’s Hospital; Houston, Texas.GUEST FACULTYDesmond Bohn, MB,BCh Professor of Anesthesia and Thomas R. Karl, MD Professor of Surgery and Chief, Pediatric Carol Okuhara, RN, MN, FNP Nurse Practitioner, Cardio-Pediatrics, University of Toronto; Chief, Department of Critical Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of California; San Francisco, thoracic Surgery Program, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles;Care Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children; Toronto, Ontario, California Los Angeles, CaliforniaCanada Patrick M. Kochanek, MD Professor and Vice Chairman, Daniel J. Penny, MD Director of Cardiology, Royal Children’sEdward L. Bove, MD Professor of Surgery, Head, Section of Department of Critical Care Medicine; Director, Safar Center Hospital; Melbourne, AustraliaCardiac Surgery; Director, Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery, for Resuscitation Research, University of Pittsburgh School Chandra Ramamoorthy, MD, MB,BS Associate Professor,Michigan Congenital Heart Center; Ann Arbor, Michigan of Medicine; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Anesthesiology, Stanford University School of Medicine;Paul A. Checchia, MD Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Peter Lang, MD Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School; Director, Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia, Lucille PackardWashington University School of Medicine; Director, Pediatric Associate in Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Boston; Boston, Children’s Hospital at Stanford; Palo Alto, CaliforniaCardiac Intensive Care Program, Divisions of Critical Care Massachusetts Andrew N. Redington, MD Professor of Pediatrics, andMedicine and Cardiology, St. Louis Children’s Hospital; Peter C. Laussen, MB,BS Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Division Head, Cardiology, University of Toronto MedicalSt. Louis, Missouri Harvard Medical School; Chief, Division CICU Children’s School; Toronto, Ontario, CanadaJuan V. Comas, MD, PhD Director & Associate Professor, Hospital Boston; Boston, Massachusetts Stephen J. Roth, MD, MPH Associate Professor of Pediatrics,Pediatric Heart Institute, Hospital Universitario “12 de Octubre”; Duncan Macrae, MD Consultant Intensivist and Director, Stanford University School of Medicine; Director, Cardiovas-Madrid, Spain Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Royal Brompton Hospital; cular ICU, Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford;Martin J. Elliott, MD Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery and London, United Kingdom Palo Alto, CaliforniaDirector of Transplantation, The Great Ormond Street Hospital Roger B.B. Mee, MB,ChB Chairman, Department of Pediatric Steven M. Schwartz, MD Associate Professor of Pediatrics,for Children; London, United Kingdom & Congenital Heart Surgery, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Divisions of Cardiology and Molecular Cardiovascular Biology,Timothy F. Feltes, MD Co-Director, The Heart Center at Surgical Director, Center for Pediatric & Congenital Heart University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Co-Director,Children’s Hospital; Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, Andy Paxton Diseases, The Children’s Hospital; Cleveland, Ohio Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, Cincinnati Children’s HospitalEndowed Chair in Cardiology, Columbus Children’s Hospital; Medical Center; Cincinnati, Ohio Bruce E. Miller, MD Department of Anesthesiology, Children’sColumbus, Ohio Healthcare of Atlanta; Atlanta, Georgia Daniel Stromberg, MD Assistant Professor, Pediatrics,Alan I. Fields, MD Professor of Pediatrics, Anesthesiology University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Medical Michele Moss, MD Professor and Vice Chairman for Clinical Director, Cardiac ICU, Children’s Medical Center; Dallas, Texasand Critical Care Medicine, Director of Pediatric Critical Care Services, Department of Pediatrics, Cardiology & Critical Care,Services, The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer University of Arkansas Medical Sciences College of Medicine; Ross M. Ungerleider, MD Professor of Surgery and Chief,Center; Houston, Texas Medical Director, Angel One Transport, Arkansas Children’s Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Oregon Health & ScienceTherese M. Giglia, MD Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Hospital; Little Rock, Arkansas Medical School; Portland, OregonAlbert Einstein College of Medicine; Section Head, Pediatric Kathy Mussatto, RN, BSN Cardiothoracic Research Gil Wernovsky, MD Professor of Pediatrics, University ofCardiology Inpatient Services, and Section Head, Pediatric Coordinator, Herma Heart Center, Children’s Hospital Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Staff Cardiologist, CardiacCardiology Cardiac Critical Care, Schneider Children’s Hospital; of Wisconsin; Milwaukee, Wisconsin Intensive Care Unit and Director of Program Development,New Hyde Park, New York The Cardiac Center, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Jane W. Newburger, MD, MPH Professor of Pediatrics, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaGregory B. Hammer, MD Associate Professor–Anesthesiology Harvard Medical School; Associate Cardiologist-in-Chief,and Pediatrics, Stanford University Medical Center; Associate Department of Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Boston; David L. Wessel, MD Professor of Pediatrics–Anesthesia,Director of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Lucille Packard Boston, Massachusetts Harvard Medical School; Senior Associate in Anesthesia,Children’s Hospital; Stanford, California The Children’s Hospital Boston; Boston, Massachusetts Susan C. Nicolson, MD Professor of Anesthesia, UniversityGeorge M. Hoffman, MD Associate Professor, Anesthesiology of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Director, Cardiothoracic Randall C. Wetzel, MB,BS Professor of Pediatrics andand Critical Care, Medical College of Wisconsin; Medical Anesthesia, The Cardiac Center, The Children’s Hospital of Anesthesiology, Keck School of Medicine, University ofDirector and Chief of Pediatric Anesthesiology, and Associate Philadelphia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Southern California; Chairman, Anesthesiology Critical CareDirector, Pediatric ICU, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Medicine, The Anne O’M. Wilson Professor of Critical CareMilwaukee, Wisconsin Jo Ann Nieves, MSN, ARNP, CPN, APRN-BC Nurse Medicine, and Director, The Laura P. and Leland K. Whittier Practitioner–Cardiology, Miami Children’s Hospital; Miami, Florida Virtual PICU; Los Angeles, CaliforniaJeffrey P. Jacobs, MD Clinical Associate Professor, Universityof South Florida; Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon, The David Nykanen, MD Director, Cardiac Catheterization Zhi Wei Xu, MD Surgeon-in-Chief, Department of Thoracic andCongenital Heart Institute of Florida; Cardiac Surgical Laboratory, Congenital Heart Institute, Miami Children’s Cardiovascular Surgery, Shanghai Children’s Medical Center,Associates, All Children’s Hospital; St. Petersburg, Florida Hospital; Miami, Florida Shanghai Second Medical University; Shanghai, China
ORGANIZING COMMITTEEHOUSTON, TEXAS FEE, REGISTRATIONDean B. Andropoulos, MD Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD & CONFIRMATIONKathy Carberry, RN, CCRNConnie E. Cephus, RNC, NNP, PNPAnthony C. Chang, MD, MBA Rosita Y. Maley, RN MN, CCRN Antonio R. Mott, MD Stephen A. Stayer, MD INFORMATION fee schedule. Your registration will Refer to the registration form for the not be processed until payment is received. Your registration will be con- firmed. If you have not received confirmation by November 22, please email info@PCICsymposium.org or contact Global Meeting SolutionsHOST FACULTY Wanda C. Miller-Hance, MD Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatrics, immediately.HOUSTON, TEXAS Baylor College of Medicine; Director of Intraoperative Echocardiography for If you plan to register on-site, contact Global Meeting Solutions at leastCasey Allen Brimmage, RN Staff RN, Anesthesiology and Pediatrics, Director of 24 hours in advance to confirm activity status and space availability.CVICU, Texas Children’s Hospital Clinical Research for Pediatric Cardiovascular Global Meeting Solutions reserves the right to limit the number of Anesthesiology, Texas Children’s HospitalKathy Carberry, RN, CCRN, CNS Fellow participants in an activity and will not be responsible for any expensesfor Inpatient Cardiology, Texas Children’s Brady Moffett, PharmD Clinical Pharmacy incurred by an individual whose registration is not confirmed and forHospital Specialist, Pediatric Cardiology, Texas whom space is not available. Children’s HospitalConstance E. Cephus, RNC, NNP, PNP The symposium fee includes admittance to all symposium sessionsNurse Practitioner, Pediatric Cardiology, Antonio R. Mott, MD Assistant Professor December 2–4; all continental breakfasts, breaks and lunches; theTexas Children’s Hospital of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine; Associate Director, Cardiac ICU, Texas welcome reception on December 1; and the symposium dinner onLaura Diaz, MD Assistant Professor of Children’s Hospital December 2.Anesthesiology, Baylor College of Medicine;Attending Cardiovascular Anesthesiologist,Texas Children’s Hospital Tammy Pyron, BSN, RN Staff RN, CVICU, Texas Children’s Hospital CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY Requests for registration refunds must be in writing and received byBenjamin W. Eidem, MD Assistant Glen Seidel, MD Associate Professor of Global Meeting Solutions at least 10 business days before the activityProfessor, Pediatric Cardiology, Baylor Radiology, and Section Chief, Interventional Radiology, Edward B. Singleton Diagnostic begins. Requests received after the refund deadline will not be processed.College of Medicine Imaging Services, Texas Children’s Hospital Cancellations are subject to a $75 administrative fee deducted fromRichard A. Friedman, MD, MBA Associate the registration fee paid to cover guarantees and other expenses.Professor of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Stephen A. Stayer, MD Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatrics, Baylor Requests should be mailed to Global Meeting Solutions or faxedMedicine; Vice Chairman of Pediatrics andFinance; Chief, Arrhythmia and Pacing College of Medicine; Interim Chief, Pediatric to (281) 444-6732.Services, Texas Children’s Hospital Anesthesiology, and Associate Director of Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesiology, The organizers reserve the right to cancel activities, not less than 10Ronald G. Grifka, MD Associate Professor Texas Children’s Hospital business days before the scheduled date, if extenuating circumstancesPediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine; make it necessary. Registrants will be notified at the contact numberDirector, Charles E. Mullins Cardiac Fernando Stein, MD Associate Professor of Pediatric Critical Care, Baylor College of indicated on the registration form followed by written notification.Catheterization Laboratories, and ClinicalDirector, Section of Cardiology, Texas Medicine; Chief, Critical Care Clinic, Texas If an activity is cancelled, the organizers’ liability is limited to theChildren’s Hospital Children’s International; Medical Director, registration fee paid. Progressive Care, Texas Children’s HospitalDebra L. Kearney, MD Assistant Professorof Pathology, Baylor College of Medicine;Staff Pathologist, Texas Children’s Hospital Jeffrey A. Towbin, MD Professor of Pediatrics–Cardiology and Molecular & Human Genetics, and Chief, Pediatric CALL FOR ABSTRACTSRosita Y. Maley, RN, MN, CCRN Clinical Cardiology, Baylor College of Medicine; Chief Abstract receipt deadline for all submissionsSpecialist, Texas Children’s Hospital; The of Pediatric Cardiology, and Chair, PediatricUniversity of Texas–Health Science Center Cardiac Research, and Chairman, (paper, disk or electronic): November 1, 2004 Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Texas Children’s Heart Center; Director, Heart Failure and Transplant Service; Texas Please visit our website at www.PCICsymposium.org Children’s Hospital for further information and submission forms.
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Department of Pediatrics NONPROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGETexas Children’s Hospital PAID6621 Fannin PERMIT NO. 6131 Houston, TXHouston, TX 77030The Fifth International Symposium onPediatric CardiacIntensive CareDecember 1– 4, 2004Four Seasons Hotel, Miami, Florida, USA