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Mayo Clinic Interactive Surgery Symposium

  1. 1. Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development Mayo Clinic Interactive Surgery Symposium Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Waikoloa, Hawaii (Big Island) Sunday – Friday February 10-15, 2013 REGISTER NOW!SYMPOSIUM HIGHLIGHTS:• eaturing Self-Assessment credit toward Part 2 of the ABS MOC Program F• Case Presentations/Panel Discussions• Video Presentations of Surgical Techniques• Unique Interactive Format Utilizing Interactive Response Keypad System Due to previous room sell-outs, book your sleeping room accommodations early. Plan to attend now! Aloha!
  2. 2. General InformationSYMPOSIUM DESCRIPTIONCurrent trends for management of general surgical patients are constantly changing.As technological advances progress, the options for surgical treatments continue to expand.This interactive symposium designed for general surgeons assists in decision making formultiple aspects of surgical practice. Active audience participation with faculty will bestrongly encouraged during case presentations and the panel discussions.SYMPOSIUM LEARNING OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, participants should be able to:• Define the controversy and discuss the evidence on achieving negative margins in breast cancer surgery.• Review current data supporting use of mesh to prevent parastomal hernias.• Define indications for completion axillary node dissection.• Interpret the current indications for surgical intervention in diverticulitis patients.• Recognize the indications for additional surgical intervention in occult gallbladder cancer discovered during cholecystectomy.• Identify patient with coagulopathy disorder and administer direct treatment to correct the disorder.• Implement earlier plasma resuscitation in hemorrhagic shock to increase patient’s chance for recovery.CREDITCollege of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, designates this live activity for a maximum of 27 AMAPRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with theextent of their participation in the activity.This program has been accredited by the American Osteopathic Association for 27 credits ofAOA Category 2-A.A record of attendance will be provided to all registrants for requesting credits in accordancewith state nursing boards, specialty societies, or other professional associations.SYMPOSIUM LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONSWaikoloa Beach Marriott Resort Spa • www.waikoloabeachmarriott.comLast year we filled our room block, you are urged to make reservations early.PER NIGHT RATES: Room Type Room Rate (plus taxes)* Room Type Room Rate (plus taxes)* Garden or Mountain $210 Pool View $225 Ocean View $245 Ocean Front $275The Resort Activity Pass is included in the rate (includes guest room high speed internet andparking). Please note that the bellman charge is optional at check-in.To make your reservation, call (877) 622-3140 24 hours/7 days or(808) 886-6789 Monday – Friday between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.Hawaii Standard Time and state that you are attending the Mayo ClinicInteractive Surgery Symposium. You are encouraged to use the online roomreservation system at room rates are effective 3 days pre and post. To receive the special rate,you must make reservations before the room block is filled or by the expiration date ofMonday, January 21, 2013. Reservations will be taken following this date based uponresort room availability, at the contracted meeting rate.TRANSPORTATION AND LEISURE ACTIVITIESHertz offers a reduced daily rate for participants attending the course. Call 800-654-2240(toll-free) and refer to CV Number 03NR0008 when making reservations.Shuttles: Information is noted on the symposium website: Kona International Airport at Keahole (KOA), Hawaii Island.The resort is located 18 miles north of the Airport on Queen Ka’ahumanu Highway 19.Visit the “Additional Information” section of the symposium website for details on tours,recreation, and leisure activities. It is recommended that you make your reservations andplan your activities in advance. February is a very popular time on Hawaii Island.
  3. 3. ProgramSunday, February 10, 2013  8:10 Perioperative Management of  MRSA/VRE Carriers12:00 p.m. Registration and Beverage Station Michael R. Keating, M.D.12:40 Welcome and Announcements  8:30 Interactive Session:Moderator: Sarah A. McLaughlin, M.D. Cases and QABREAST SESSION  9:15 Break12:50 Subareolar Abscess Chronic HEPATOBILIARY SESSION and Chronic Granulomatosis  9:45 A ssessment and Management Mastitis – Diagnosis and of Incidental Liver Masses Treatment David M. Nagorney, M.D. Richard J. Gray, M.D. 10:05 L aparoscopic Management of 1:10 A LH and LCIS – What Do Complex Gallstone Disease They Mean and Do I Need to Kaye M. Reid Lombardo, M.D. Excise Them? James W. Jakub, M.D. 10:25 H ow to Treat Occult Gallbladder Carcinoma 1:30 B reast MRI – Where Do John H. Donohue, M.D. We Stand? Sarah A. McLaughlin, M.D. 10:45 L iver Cysts: Treatment Options David M. Nagorney, M.D. 1:50 N egative Margins After Breast Conserving Surgery – Is More 11:05 M anagement of Iatrogenic Negative Better? Bile Duct Injuries Richard J. Gray, M.D. Kaye M. Reid Lombardo, M.D. 2:10 N ipple Sparing Mastectomy – 11:25 Intraoperative Cholangiography: Tips, Tricks, and Surgical Routine, Selective or Never? Considerations John H. Donohue, M.D. James W. Jakub, M.D. 11:45 Interactive Session: 2:30 Interactive Session: Cases and QA Cases and QA 12:30 p.m. Adjourn 3:15 Break 3:45 Partial Breast Irradiation – Tuesday, February 12, 2013 When, How, and Outcomes   1:55 p.m. Beverage Station Sarah A. McLaughlin, M.D.  2:10 Welcome and Announcements 4:05 N eoadjuvant Chemotherapy – Moderator: Geoffrey B. Thompson, M.D. When, Why and Surgical Considerations ENDOCRINE SESSION Richard J. Gray, M.D.  2:15 Evidence-Based Management 4:25 D oes Anyone Need a Completion of Thyroid Nodules Axillary Node Dissection? Geoffrey B. Thompson, M.D. James W. Jakub, M.D.  2:35 T oxic Multinodular Goiter: 4:45 A symmetry after Breast Surgery vs. Radioiodine Conserving Surgery – Prevention David R. Farley, M.D. and Fat Grafting  2:55 M anagement of Papillary Sarvam P. TerKonda, M.D. Thyroid Carcinoma 5:05 Interactive Session: Richard T. Schlinkert, M.D. Cases and QA  3:15 I maging in Primary 5:50 Adjourn Hyperparathyroidism 6:00 Sunset Welcome Reception Robert Udelsman, M.D.  3:35 Interactive Session:Monday, February 11, 2013 Cases and QA  4:30 Break  7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast  4:50 Minimally Invasive 7:25 Announcements ParathyroidectomyModerator: John H. Donohue, M.D. Robert Udelsman, M.D.  5:10 E valuation and TreatmentPOTPOURRI SESSION of Persistent and Recurrent 7:30 P ractical Uses of Negative Hyperparathyroidism Pressure Wound Therapy for the Richard T. Schlinkert, M.D. General Surgeon  5:30 T he Treatment of Adrenal Sarvam P. TerKonda, M.D. Incidentalomas 7:50 Optimizing Management Geoffrey B. Thompson, M.D. of the Surgical Patient with  5:50 I nsulinoma Treatment Options Diabetes Mellitus Geoffrey B. Thompson, M.D. Richard T. Schlinkert, M.D.
  4. 4. Program  6:10 Interactive Session:  8:10 Laboratory Tools for the Cases and QA Assessment of Post-injury 7:05 Adjourn Coagulopathy Myung S. Park, M.D.Wednesday, February 13, 2013  8:30 S evere Hypoxic Respiratory Failure: How to Treat  7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Gregory Beilman, M.D. 7:25 Welcome and Announcements  8:50 Interactive Session:Moderator: Kristi L. Harold, M.D. Cases and QAHERNIA SESSION  9:45 Break  7:30 Parastomal Hernia – Best Practice 10:15 U se of Plasma in the Kristi L. Harold, M.D. Pre-hospital Resuscitation 7:50 L aparoscopic vs. Open Inguinal Donald Jenkins, M.D. Hernia Repair 10:35 T ube Feeding Intolerance in David R. Farley, M.D. the ICU 8:10 I nguinal Hernia – Tough Cases Daniel J. Johnson, M.D. (Infections, Recurrences and 10:55 T he Management of Resistant Mistakes I’ve Made) Organisms in the ICU in Trauma David R. Farley, M.D. and Acute Care Surgery 8:30 V entral Hernia – Tough Gregory Beilman, M.D. Cases (Infection, Recurrences, 11:15 T he Surgeon’s Role in Disaster Loss of Domain and Mistakes Management and Planning I’ve Made) Donald Jenkins, M.D. Kristi L. Harold, M.D. 11:35 Interactive Session: 8:50 Interactive Session: Cases and QA Cases and QA 12:30 p.m. Adjourn 9:35 Break Friday, February 15, 2013QUALITY SESSION10:05 K now Your Outcome Results:   7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast The Future Has Arrived  7:25 Welcome and Announcements Richard J. Fowl, M.D. Moderator: Bruce G. Wolff, MD10:25 A ppropriate DVT Prophylaxis Myung S. Park, M.D. COLORECTAL DISEASE SESSION10:45 H ow Do I Fulfill Maintenance  7:30 Postoperative Ileus of Competence Requirements Bruce G. Wolff, M.D. for Quality?  7:50 T he Use of Enhanced Recovery Richard J. Fowl, M.D. Protocols after Colon Surgery11:05 A SSI Reduction Effort: Robert R. Cima, M.D. Lessons Learned  8:10 H ow to Treat Uncomplicated Robert R. Cima, M.D. Diverticulitis and High Risk11:25 Perioperative Antibiotic Groups in 2013 Recommendations and Bruce G. Wolff, M.D. SCIP Guidelines  8:30 T he Management of Complicated Michael R. Keating, M.D. Diverticular Disease11:45 Interactive Session: David A. Etzioni, M.D. Cases and QA  8:50 Interactive Session:12:30 p.m. Adjourn Cases and QA  9:45 BreakThursday, February 14, 2013 10:00 O ptions for the Care of Rectal Prolapse  7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast David A. Etzioni, M.D. 7:25 Announcements 10:20 H ospitalized IBD Patient:Moderator: Donald Jenkins, M.D. When and When Not to Operate Robert R. Cima, M.D.TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE SESSION 10:40 Anorectal Tumors Unusual 7:30 T reatment of Severe Bruce G. Wolff, M.D. Acute Pancreatitis Gregory Beilman, M.D. 11:00 T reatment Options for Anal Fissure 7:50 The Open Abdomen in David A. Etzioni, M.D. Non-traumatic Conditions Daniel J. Johnson, M.D. 11:20 Interactive Session: Cases and QA 12:15 p.m. Adjournment
  5. 5. 2013S897REGISTRATION FORM AMA / AOAMayo Clinic Interactive Surgery SymposiumFebruary 10-15, 2013Registration at the standard fee may be completed using this form and faxing it to (480) 301-9176. Or you canmail it to: Mayo Clinic, Mayo School of CPD, 13400 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona 85259.An e-mail confirmation will be sent upon receipt of payment and completed registration. If you do not receive yourconfirmation, or if you have any questions, please e-mail us at or call (480) 301-4580.No refund will be granted unless a written notice of cancellation is received. If registration must be canceled, tuitionless a $75 administrative fee, will be refunded when notification is received on or before (01/25/13). No refundswill be made after this date.Although it is not Mayo Clinic’s policy to limit the number of registrants for a course, conference room facilitiesmay necessitate closure of enrollment. Early registration is strongly recommended. Walk-in registrations cannotbe guaranteed.Mayo Clinic will not be responsible for expenses incurred by individuals who are not confirmed for courseswith a closed registration status. Costs incurred by the registrant such as airline/ hotel fees or penalties are theresponsibility of the registrant.ON-LINE SYLLABUS: Your registration fee includes access to an detailed on-line syllabus, e-mailed one weekprior to the course. This allows you to view, save, or print the syllabus before attending the course. If you want toorder a paper copy (additional fee), check the box at the bottom of this registration form.Course Registrant List (Check only if you want your name removed)  do not want information (ie, name, degree, city, and state) to appear on the course registrants’ list. IRegistration Please print. Use duplicate form for multiple registrations. Name of Registrant – first, middle, and last name Institution Degree/Certification Medical Specialty Preferred mailing address is: (select one)  Work/Business  Home Address City State/Province ZIP/Postal Code Country Email Daytime Telephone Fax $75 DISCOUNT for online registration! Go to (offer expires January 10, 2013) Note: When registering online, please be sure to “check-out” after your profile is completed/updated.  Physicians Active in Practice $995 $_______________  Other (resident, retired and allied health) $830 $_______________ Note: Please refer to course agenda for included meals and refreshment breaks.  Paper copy of the syllabus $75 $_______________ Note: Due to printing deadlines, this option will not be available after 01/10/13 WELCOME RECEPTION: (2 included in registration fee) Registrants and their guest(s) are cordially invited to join the faculty for the Welcome Reception.  Yes, I will attend (included)  Yes, I will bring a guest (included) ________ # of additional tickets at $80 per adult ________ # of additional tickets at $40 per child (5-12 yrs)  No, I will not be able to attend $_______________Payment Information (US Funds Only)  Check is enclosed in the amount shown at right – make checks payable to Mayo Clinic CPD Payment Total Credit Card (select one) Account Number Exp. Date (mm/yy)  Discover  MC  Visa Signature Date
  6. 6. Mayo Clinic NON-PROFIT ORG. MAYO CLINIC FACULTY 13400 East Shea Boulevard U.S. POSTAGERobert R. Cima, M.D. Sarah A. McLaughlin, M.D.* Scottsdale, Arizona 85259 PAIDJohn H. Donohue, M.D.* David M. Nagorney, M.D. MAYO CLINICDavid A. Etzioni, M.D., M.S.H.S. Myung S. Park, M.D.David R. Farley, M.D. Kaye M. Reid Lombardo, M.S., M.D.Richard J. Gray, M.D. Sarvam P. TerKonda, M.D. $75 DISCOUNT FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION!Kristi L. Harold, M.D.* Geoffrey B. Thompson, M.D.James W. Jakub, M.D. Richard T. Schlinkert, M.D. (offer expires January 10, 2013)Donald Jenkins, M.D. Bruce G. Wolff, M.D. Email: • Phone: (480) 301-4580 • Fax: (480) 301-9176Daniel J. Johnson, M.D. *Course DirectorsMichael R. Keating, M.D. DISTINGUISHED VISITING FACULTY Mayo Clinic Interactive Surgery SymposiumGregory Beilman, M.D. Robert Udelsman, M.D., M.B.A.Chief, General Surgery Chairman, Department of Surgery Sunday – FridayUniversity of Minnesota Yale University School of Medicine February 10-15, 2013Minneapolis, MN New Haven, CT Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort Spa Waikoloa, Hawaii (Big Island) FACULTY DISCLOSURE: As a provider accredited by ACCME, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Mayo School of CPD) must ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in its educational activities. Course Director(s), Planning Committee Members, Faculty, and all others who are in a position to control the content of this educational activity are required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest related to the subject matter of the educational activity. Safeguards against commercial bias have been put in place. Faculty will also disclose any off-label and/or investigational use of pharmaceuticals or instruments discussed in their presentation. Disclosure of this information will be published in course materials so those participants in the activity may formulate their own judgments regarding the presentation. ©2012 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. All rights reserved. MAYO, MAYO CLINIC and the triple-shield Mayo Logo are trademarks and service marks of MFMER. Printed in the USA MC8200-46rev1012 Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development uses multiple mailing lists and cannot always eliminate duplications. If you have received multiple brochures, please post or share them with your colleagues.