Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Department of Medicine
Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care
Critical Care Medicine & Trauma
June 8 - 10,2006 n Omni Hotel,San Francisco,California
This course is designed for special...
THURSDAY,June 8,2006
7:00am 	 RegistrationandContinentalBreakfast
7:50 	 Welcome and Introduction
	Robert M.Jasmer,MD and
C o u r s e L o c a t i o n & Fa c u l t y
SATURDAY,June 10,2006
Trauma and Surgical Emergencies
Moderator: William Schech...
C o u r s e R e g i s t r a t i o n
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  1. 1. Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Department of Medicine Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE & TRAUMA Thursday-Saturday,June8-10,2006 Omni Hotel, San Francisco, California
  2. 2. Critical Care Medicine & Trauma June 8 - 10,2006 n Omni Hotel,San Francisco,California This course is designed for specialists in critical care (intensivists) and emergency medicine, anesthesiologists,hospitalists,internists,surgeons,nurses,and respiratory therapists.Its purpose is to provide recent advances and state-of-the-art information pertinent to critical care medicine and trauma.Lecturers will discuss updated information regarding the pathophysiology and management of disorders commonly encountered in the practice of trauma and the intensive care unit.An optional workshop is offered for those interested in fiberoptic and advanced airway management techniques. The conference is presented by the Department of Medicine,Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine,and the Department of Anesthesia and Perioperiative Medicine,and is sponsored by the University of California,San Francisco School of Medicine. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES An attendee completing this course should be able to describe: n Current pathophysiology and diagnosis of ventilator-associated pneumonia; n Limitations of plain film radiography in the intensive care unit; n Current approaches to pain and sedation in the intensive care unit; n Optimal use of low tidal volume ventilation in critically ill patients; n Appropriate use of noninvasive ventilation for acute respiratory failure; n Hypothermia for brain protection; n Approach to acute renal failure in the intensive care unit; n Goals of“early goal-directed therapy”for septic patients; n New ACLS guidelines; n Principles of fluid resuscitation; n Basic approach to the trauma patient; n Disaster response; n Presentation of necrotizing fasciitis; n Evaluation and treatment of the patient with acute liver failure; n Rapidly fatal infections in the intensive care unit. ACCREDITATION The University of California,San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. UCSF designates this educational activity for a maximum of 19.0 AMAPRACategory1Credit(s).™ Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in the US who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRA™ category 1 credit The approved credits shown above include 3.5 credits toward satisfying the American College of Surgeons Committee onTrauma requirement for trauma-related continuing medical education. The approved credits shown above include 1.5 credits toward meeting the requirement under California Assembly Bill 487,Pain Management and End-of-Life Care. Application has been made toThe Continuing Respiratory Education (CRCE) system of the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) for Category 1 approval. For the purpose of recertification,the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) accepts AMA PRA™ category 1 credit issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. REGISTRATION INFORMATION Please use the attached form for advance registration by mail/fax,or register online at cme.ucsf.edu. Date: Thursday,June 8 at 7:00 am Registration Information:415/476-5808 Course Information: 415/476-4251 Place: Omni Hotel www.omnisanfrancisco.com 500 California Street,San Francisco,CA 94104 Phone: 415/677-9494 or 800/843-6664 Fax: 415/677-4108 Course Fee: $595 Physicians; $465 Allied health professionals,interns and residents with status verification. Registration fee includes course registration,luncheon on Thursday,syllabus and daily continental breakfast.
  3. 3. THURSDAY,June 8,2006 7:00am RegistrationandContinentalBreakfast 7:50 Welcome and Introduction Robert M.Jasmer,MD and Michael A.Gropper,MD,PhD 8:00 Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia Jeanine P.Wiener-Kronish,MD 8:45 Renal Failure in the ICU Kathleen D.Liu,MD 9:30 Simulation Training for Trauma and Critical Care Manuel C.Pardo Jr.,MD 10:10 Break 10:30 Critical Care Radiology Theodore Lee,MD 11:15 ARDS Mark Eisner,MD 12:00pm Hosted Luncheon 1:15 s Pain Control and Sedation Daniel H.Burkhardt,MD 2:00 Stroke J.Claude Hemphill,MD 2:45 Break 3:00 Hypothermia for Brain Protection Jack Rose,MD 3:45 Acute Liver Failure/Pre-Liver Transplant Evaluation Timothy Davern,MD 4:30 Adjourn s Satisfies the California requirement for Pain Management End-of-Life Care CME l Satisfies the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma requirement for trauma-related CME C o u r s e A g e n d a FAST, EASY, EFFICIENT! Register online at: cme.ucsf.edu FRIDAY,June 9,2006 7:30am Continental Breakfast 8:00 Asthma in the ICU John Fahy,MD 8:40 WeaningfromMechanicalVentilation John Taylor,MD 9:20 NewTherapies for Severe Sepsis Michael A.Gropper,MD,PhD 9:55 Break 10:15 s End of Life Issues Douglas White,MD 10:55 Endocrine and Metabolic Complications in the ICU Linda Liu,MD 11:30 Lunch on your own 1:00-4:00 pm SelectoneOptionalWorkshop*or attendtheGeneralSession**listedbelow r * Fiberoptic and Advanced Airway ManagementTechniques Robin Stackhouse,MD and Patricia Roth,MD Fee:$175 (maximum 12 attendees) r * ImplementingtheIHI100KCampaign Hildy M.Schell-Chaple,RN,MS,CCRN, CCNS and Michael A.Gropper,MD,PhD OR ** General Sessions for those not participating in an optional workshop 1:00 Rapidly Fatal Infections Harry W.Lampiris,MD 1:35 NoninvasiveVentilation Carolyn Calfee,MD 2:10 New MonitoringTechnologies Lundy Campbell,MD 2:40 Break 3:00 Robotics/Telepresence in the ICU Paul Vespa,MD 3:45 The New ACLS Guidelines Susan Ryan,MD,PhD 4:20 Arrhythmia Management in the ICU Nora F.Goldschlager,MD,FACC,FACP, FAHA 4:55 Adjourn
  4. 4. C o u r s e L o c a t i o n & Fa c u l t y SATURDAY,June 10,2006 Trauma and Surgical Emergencies Moderator: William Schechter,MD 7:30 am Continental Breakfast 8:00 l Disaster Response William Schechter,MD 8:35 l Current Guidelines for the Treatment ofTraumatic Brain Injuries Geoffrey Manley,MD,PhD 9:10 l Fluid Resuscitation inTrauma Patients Mitchell Cohen,MD 9:40 Break 10:00 l OrthopedicTrauma Amir Matityahu,MD 10:35 l The Surgical Abdomen Andre Campbell,MD 11:10 l Thoracic and CardiacTrauma Pierre Theodore,MD 11:45 l Necrotizing Fasciitis Jan K.Horn,MD 12:15 Lunch onYour Own 1:30 Rational Use of Blood Products in the ICU David Shimabukuro,MD 2:05 New Modes of Mechanical Ventilation Richard H.Savel,MD 2:35 Break 3:00 TRALI Mark Looney,MD 3:30 Adjourn / Evaluations / CME Certificates COURSE FACULTY (University of California,San Francisco,School of Medicine unless other- wise noted.) Daniel H.Burkhardt,MD Assistant Professor,Department of An- esthesiology and Perioperative Care;Director,Acute Pain Service, UCSF Medical Center Andre Campbell,MD Associate Professor of Surgery;Co-Director of theTrauma ICU;Director of Surgical Critical Care,San Francisco General Hospital,Trauma Attending SFGH Carolyn Calfee,MD Senior Fellow,Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Lundy Campbell,MD Assistant Clinical Professor,Department of Anesthesia MitchellJayCohen,MD Clinical Instructor,Department of Surgery Timothy Davern,MD Associate Clinical Professor,Division of Gastroenterology Mark Eisner,MD Associate Professor in Residence,Division of Occupational Medicine John Fahy,MD Professor of Medicine in Residence,Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Nora F.Goldschlager,MD,FACC,FACP,FAHA Professor of Clinical Medicine;Associate Chief,Division of Cardiology;Director,Coro- nary Care Unit,ECG Laboratory and Pacemaker Clinic,San Francisco General Hospital J.Claude Hemphill,MD Assistant Professor of Neurology;Director of Neurocritical Care,San Francisco General Hospital Jan K.Horn,MD Assistant Professor of Surgery HarryW.Lampiris,MD Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine; Infectious Disease Section,Department of Medicine,San Francisco VA Medical Center Theodore Lee,MD PostdoctoralTrainee,Department of Radiology Kathleen D.Liu,MD Clinical Fellow,Critical Care Medicine and Nephrology Linda Liu,MD Associate Professor of Anesthesia,School of Medi- cine,Director,Multidisciplinary Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Mark Looney,MD Assistant Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Division of Critical Care Medicine Geoffrey Manley,MD,PhD Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery;Co-Director and Principal Investigator,Brain and Spinal Injury Center (BASIC) AmirMatityahu,MDAssistantClinicalProfessor,OrthopaedicSurgery Manuel C.Pardo,Jr.,MD Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesia Jack Rose,MD Clinical Fellow,Department of Neurology Patricia Roth,MD Associate Clinical Professor of Anesthesia Susan Ryan,MD,PhD Assistant Clinical Professor of Anesthesia; Attending Physician,ICU,Moffitt-Long Hospitals Richard H.Savel,MD Assistant Professor of Medicine,Mt.Sinai School of Medicine;Associate Director,Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Maimonides Medical Center,NewYork Hildy M.Schell-Chaple,RN,MS,CCRN,CCNS Assistant Clinical Professor David Shimabukuro,MD Assistant Clinical Professor in Residence, Department of Anesthesia & Perioperative Care William Schecter,MD Professor of Clinical Surgery Robin Stackhouse,MD Clinical Professor of Anesthesia JohnTaylor,MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Anesthesia PierreTheodore,MD Assistant Professor of Medicine in Residence Paul Vespa,MD Associate Professor of Neurosurgery and Neurology; Director,Neurotrauma Clinic; David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA DouglasWhite,MD Clinical Instructor,Department of Medicine Jeanine P.Wiener-Kronish,MD Professor of Anesthesia and Medicine;Vice-Chairman,Department of Anesthesia;Associate, Cardiovascular Research Institute COURSE CHAIR(S) Michael A.Gropper,MD,PhD Professor of Anesthesia and Physiology; Director,Critical Care Medicine Robert M.Jasmer,MD Assistant Professor of Medicine;Associate Director,Pulmonary and Criti- cal Care Medicine Fellowship Program
  5. 5. C o u r s e R e g i s t r a t i o n CONFERENCE LOCATION A block of guest rooms has been reserved at the Omni San Francisco Hotel at a special conference rateof$215 single/double occupancy.Applicable state and local taxes which are presently at 14% will be added. Reservations may be made by calling 1-800- THE-OMNI or by calling the hotel directly at 415/677-9494.Reservations must be received by May8,2006 to guarantee availability of accommodations.After this date,rooms will be provided on a space-available basis only. To make hotel reservations on-line go to www.omnisanfrancisco.com #17100102198 With a prime location right on the cable car line in the heart of San Francisco’s thriving Financial District at California at Montgomery Streets,this 1926 17-story hotel retains its Florentine Renaissance look while providing the latest in modern amenities.Check-in:3:00 pm,Check-out:12:00 pm. DISCOUNTED AIR Special arrangements have been made with MontgomeryTravel;simply call 800/391- 2287,or complete their UCSF form at www. montgomerytravel.com.A travel specialist will assist you with air reservations and local area travel plans.In addition to lower rates than the published airfares,ticketed passengers may take advantage of the 24-hour emergency service.There is a $35 service fee. RENTAL CAR Hertz is offering special rates for participants of this conference;simply call 800/654- 2240and refer to CV# 03BW0051,or call your travel agent.You may also book your reservation online at www.hertz.com.Advance reservations are recommended. COURSE REGISTRATION Mail to: UCSF Office of CME,PO Box 45368,San Francisco,CA 94145-0368 Online Registration: cme.ucsf.edu Fax:415/502-1795 Registration Information: 415/476-5808 Course Information: 415/476-4251 Critical Care Medicine andTrauma June 8 - 10,2006 MDM06B25 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ (PleasePrint) Last Name First M.I. Degree ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street Address Apt.No. City State Zip Code ( )____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Daytime Phone Email Specialty Would you like to be on our priority email list? r Yes r No Please indicate if you have any special needs:___________________________________________________________ What is the one-letter code located to the right of the mailing address on the back of this form? ____ Month & Date of birth (to be used as OCME registrant number): ___/___/XX Check Syllabus Preference: r Syllabus Book r CD-Rom Register me for the following optionalWorkshop on Friday at 1:00 pm for an additional fee as noted.Select only one: r 1) Advanced Fiberoptic and Advanced Airway Management (maximum12attendees)Fee:$175 r 2) *Implementing the IHI 100K Campaign;No Additional Fee Registration Fee:$595 physicians; $465 allied health professionals,interns and residents with status verification letter Please charge my rVisa r MasterCard or r American Express for $______. r Check enclosed payable to UC Regents. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Card No. Exp.Date ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ (PleasePrint) Name on Card Authorized Signature Refund Policy:Cancellations received in writing before the first day of the course will be refunded,less a $75 administrative fee.No refunds will be made on cancella- tions received after June 8,2006.To request a refund,please send a written request to OCME,UCSF Box 0742,San Francisco,CA 94143-0742 or by fax to 415/502-1795.
  6. 6. 0569 UniversityofCalifornia OfficeofCME UCSFBox0742 SanFrancisco,CA94143-0742 UniversityofCalifornia SanFrancisco Forinformationonourcourses,visitusonlineat cme.ucsf.eduorcall415/476-4251. Thesecoursesareself-supportingandreceivenostatefunding. MDM06B25 Non-profit Org U.S.Postage PAID NOVATO,CA PERMIT#101 n HighRiskEmergencyMedicine May24-26,2006 SanFrancisco,California n PainManagementandEnd-of-LifeCare: AComprehensiveApproachtoPatientCare June4-5,2006 SanFrancisco,California n EssentialsofWomen’sHealth: AnIntegratedApproachtoPrimaryCareand OfficeGynecology July2-7,2006 Hawaii’sBigIsland n InternalMedicineBoardCertificationReview July16-20,2006 SanFrancisco,California n TheChangingPracticeofAnesthesia September28-October1,2006 SanFrancisco,California n TopicsinEmergencyMedicine November6-9,2006 SanFrancisco,California UpcomingCMECourses