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66th Annual                                                        PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology                ...
Dear Colleagues:                                                      Interactive Hands-on Workshops, and Mini Workshops  ...
Contents                                                                      NOTE:            Welcome Letter . . . . . . ...
Statement of Educational Mission(Last revision approved by the NYSSA House of Delegates - December 10, 2011)VISION: The Ne...
General Information                      Advance Registration Forms                      Must be received by December 1st....
LanguageAll sessions are conducted in English.ClimateThe normal average outdoor temperature for New York City in December ...
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Optional Sessions                                                *     Mini Workshops will be conducted by recognized expe...
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  1. 1. 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology December 14 – December 18, 2012 Marriott Marquis, NewYork | USAImportant Deadlines: May 1, 2012 Resident Research Contest Applications August 15, 2012 Scientific Exhibit Applications August 15, 2012 Poster Presentation Applications August 15, 2012 Medically Challenging Case Report Poster Applications November 1, 2012 Early-Bird Registration Fees Expire (new rates take effect) November 8, 2012 Special Reduced Hotel Convention Rates Expire (non-discounted rates take effect) December 1, 2012 Advance Registration Cut-Off DateOnline Submissions: Website Features:Scientific Exhibit Applications RegistrationPoster Presentation Applications Hotel AccommodationsMedically Challenging Case Report Poster ApplicationsPGA Speaking Faculty AbstractsPurchase Tickets Online for:• Hands-on Workshops • Mini Workshops• Problem-Based Learning Discussions • Social Events• Hospital VisitsPGA Segments Continuously Updated or Currently UnderConstruction:(Please check our website to find the most up-to-date information)• Scientific Panels • Problem-Based Learning Discussions• Focus Sessions • Social Events and Spouse Programs• Interactive/Hands-on Workshops • Ancillary Sessions• Mini WorkshopsHelpful Information for International Colleagues:• PGA66 has been registered as an international symposium with the U.S. Department of State.• For helpful travel tips and visa application inquiries please visit these websites at: http://www.nationalacademies.org/visas http://www.travel.state.gov/visa• Visitors from participating Visa Waiver Program (VWP) countries should be aware of Machine Readable Passport (MRP) requirements.• Your travel documents should be secured as soon as possible. Suggested lead time for a U.S. visa is no later than 90 days in advance of travel.• Upon request, the PGA office in New York City will provide letters of invitation, suitable for presentation to embassy officials, to apply for travel visas.
  2. 2. Dear Colleagues: Interactive Hands-on Workshops, and Mini Workshops are high intensity, close contact sessions with expertFor over six decades, the PostGraduate Assembly (PGA) of instructors. This is your opportunity to question, learnThe New York State Society of Anesthesiologists has and seek out information on a full-range of techniquescontinued to bring new, innovative, challenging, and and subject matters which you can incorporate into yourstimulating techniques for the ongoing education of own practice.anesthesiologists. As our specialty has grown, so has thePGA to the extent that it is now one of the largest annual Problem-Based Learning Discussions are small groupassemblies in the specialty worldwide. We have broadened case discussions with experienced clinicians. You will haveour horizons, and now rank as the premiere international an opportunity to explore patient management in depth.annual meeting, drawing over 30% of our total attendance The primary goal of Problem-Based Learningfrom outside the United States. During the past six decades, Discussions, is to promote active involvement betweenthe PGA has become the cutting edge of learning in the moderator and the participant.Anesthesiology. As the meeting has evolved during the 60+years of its existence, we have constantly explored new The Resident Research Contest affords youngvenues creating a variety of experiences suited to the investigators an opportunity to present their work to adifferent needs of the participants. We welcome you to come conclave of their peers at a major international forum.and learn with us and share your experiences and those of The Scientific Exhibits, Poster Presentations,your fellow practitioners and scientists in the heart of New Medically Challenging Case Reports andTechnicalYork City. Exhibits allow you to see and examine the latest research,Our objective for this meeting is to provide you with an anesthesia studies, techniques, equipment, pharmaceuticals,opportunity for close contact with clinicians, researchers, and anesthesia related products and services. Presenters andand those with particular interests which may be of benefit industry exhibitors will be on hand to talk to you.to you and your patients in your clinical practice. We use a Hospital Visits take place on Thursday, prior to the startvariety of teaching techniques including lectures, interactive of the PGA. Arrangements have been made for visits toworkshops, mini workshops, problem-based learning New York City area hospitals, and medical schools. Youdiscussions, focus sessions and poster presentations ___ will have an opportunity to view operating rooms, see theconfident that you will find a particular technique that suits latest medical apparatuses, and network with youryour style of learning. We encourage you to participate anesthesia colleagues.actively in all aspects of our meeting which are brieflydescribed as follows and narrow your professional gaps in a Social Events Intense days of learning can be cappedparticular area: with memorable evenings filled with social events. Broadway plays and musicals, the opera, and the manyScientific Panel Lectures and Discussions consider the fine and exciting restaurants of New York City beckon toentire spectrum of relevant clinical material, problems and you. An intellectual feast by day, followed by an artisticsolutions, the latest in pharmacology and the acceptable banquet at night.practices around the world, which are rapidly evolvingaround us. This continues to be a fascinating time for our specialty. Enjoy the delights of the PGA and the wonders of NewFocus Sessions are the in-depth coverage of York City at this, our 66th Annual meeting.comprehensive topics and pro-con debates on controversialissues that are of interest to smaller audiences. Andrew D. Rosenberg, M.D. David J. Wlody, M.D. General Chair Scientific Programs Chair PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 1
  3. 3. Contents NOTE: Welcome Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 This is the only PGA66 brochure which will be Statement of Educational Mission . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 mailed. The meeting will take place at: Faculty Disclosures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 The NewYork Marriott Marquis, General Sessions located at 1535 Broadway (Between 45th & Scientific Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 & 7 46th Streets) in New York City. Focus Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 & 7 Scientific Exhibitors, Poster Optional Sessions Presenters & Medically Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 & 9 Challenging Case Reports: Mini Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Problem-Based Learning Discussions . . . . . . . 11-13 Presenters must submit applications online. Please go to our website, Pre-PGA Hospital Visits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 for further details. Social Events Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-26 Ancillary Sessions Additional Information: Resident Research Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 The New York State NYSSA Resident and Fellow Section Meeting . . . 15 Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. American Board of Anesthesiology . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 110 East 40th Street, Suite 300 General Information New York, NY 10016 USA CME Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 PGA Meeting Venue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Telephone 212-867-7140 Climate Facts & Dress Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Fax 212-867-7153 Registration Dates, Times & Fees . . . . . . . . . . 17-18 Email hq@nyssa-pga.org NYSSA Member Eligibility & Website www.nyssa-pga.org Registration Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Refunds, Resales & Exchange Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Ground Transportation - Airport to Hotel . . . . . . . . . 5 Exhibits (Technical, Scientific, Poster & Medically Challenging) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Reservation Forms PGA66 Advance Registration Form . . . . . . . . . .17-18 Hotel Reservation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Marketing Opportunities & PGA/65 Exhibitors 27-282 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  4. 4. Statement of Educational Mission(Last revision approved by the NYSSA House of Delegates - December 10, 2011)VISION: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. (NYSSA) through its TARgET AUDIENCE: The educational program is designed to address theCommittee on Continuing Medical Education and Remediation (CME&R) is a learning continuing medical education needs of health care professionals worldwide who areorganization that is dedicated to enhancing the standards and practice of the specialty dedicated to the practice of all aspects of the field of anesthesiology. These programsby sponsoring quality, up-to-date and cutting-edge Continuing Medical Education (CME) will specifically meet the needs of anesthesiologists and intensivists in clinical practiceactivities designed at encouraging education, research and scientific investigations, and and academia, physicians and PhD’s engaged in research, anesthesia residents andpromoting quality and patient care by improving competence, performance, and patient fellows, intensive care fellows, medical students, and individuals in the allied healthoutcomes, not only within the membership but also nationwide and extending to the care professions (certified nurse anesthetists, perioperative care nurses, anesthesiainternational community. In addition, this organization is committed to the remediation assistants, dentists, and respiratory therapists).of anesthesiologists identified and referred by the New York State Department ofHealth Office of Professional Medical Conduct. TYPES OF ACTIVITIES & PROgRAM MODALITIES: The educational program is accomplished by conducting an annual session of the Post-GraduatePURPOSE: The goals and objectives of NYSSA’s CME&R program are to: Assembly in Anesthesiology (PGA) each year in New York. This meeting is the second• Disseminate clinically useful, state-of-the-art, evidence-based, continuing medical largest annual anesthesia meeting in the country. The program utilizes a wide range of education information, as well as basic and clinical scientific research data to clinical educational platforms to meet the needs of its participants and to fulfill the goals of the practitioners, students, and researchers in the field of anesthesiology, pain organization. Modalities include, but are not limited to, large plenary didactic sessions, management, critical care, and anesthesia practice management. interactive hands-on workshops, small group problem-based learning discussions, small• Encourage and stimulate ongoing and new anesthesia-related research projects that interactive focused group discussions, simulation modalities as well as scientific free will enhance and advance the specialty. papers and exhibits. The Committee on CME&R of the NYSSA is committed to ensuring• Remain current in our knowledge of the direction the field of anesthesiology, pain the effectiveness of its programs through evaluations, focus groups, feedback and management, critical care, and practice management is following to be able to better follow-up analysis of impact on learning and professional performance of its attendees. develop programs to meet these newly identified needs. Additional venues and modalities will continuously be explored for their beneficial• Continually investigate and develop alternative methods to determine the educational contribution to the learning process. needs of the diverse health care professionals serviced by the CME&R NYSSA program. ExPECTED PROgRAM OUTCOMES:The Committee on CME&R of• Comply with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s (ACCME) the NYSSA expects that its participants will either: Improve their new Updated Accreditation Criteria adopted in September 2006. competence by increasing their fund of knowledge and/or skill sets• Be supportive and institute remediation programs for anesthesiologists in need of OR remediation by continuing to be the designated Clinical Remediation Organization in Improve their performance by applying their newly-acquired knowledge and/or skill sets Anesthesiology for the New York State Department of Health Office of Professional in order to provide quality and safe patient care. It is the belief of the Committee on Medical Conduct. CME&R that by improving competence and performance, patient outcomes will be improved. As the ability to measure patient outcomes of our participants becomeCONTENT: The scope of the NYSSA’s CME&R program is to provide a comprehensive available, the Committee on CME&R will endeavor to utilize them to determine theintegrated program designed to address the full spectrum of perioperative medicine, impact of our CME activities on patient outcomes.anesthetic management, pain management, critical care, and anesthesia practicemanagement both in hospital and non-hospital settings. Diverse educational aspectsinclude, but are not limited to, perioperative evaluation, relief of pain and suffering,support of physiologic homeostasis, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Also includedare activities designed to enhance knowledge of the changing healthcare marketplace CME Creditsand economic impact on the specialty of anesthesiology. Activities are also designed tofulfill Maintenance of Certification requirements of practicing anesthesiologists. The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc., is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education toFaculty Disclosure provide continuing medical education for physicians. The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc., designates this live activity for a maximum of 46.5 AMA PRA Category 1The PGA insists that balance, independence and objectivity be Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurateexercised at all didactic sessions. Therefore, all PGA speaking with the extent of their participation in the activity.faculty, as well as, Program Committee organizers have been The American Medical Association has determined that physiciansasked to disclose any potential conflict of interest with respect not licensed in the United States who participate in this CMEto their presentation or their program content responsibilities. activity are eligible for AMA Physician’s Recognition Award CategoryThis has been so noted on the PGA website and will also be 1 credits. For additional details log on to: www.ama-assn.orgnoted in the final program-journal distributed at the meeting, We have been notified by the Royal College of Anaesthetists thatas well as, on display in meeting rooms with A/V projection. UK anaesthetists who attend this meeting can claim CEPD points at the rate of 1 point per hour, up to a maximum of 5 points per day,The views and opinions expressed by speakers or others who and a grand total of no more than 15 points for this meeting.have provided materials to, and for, this meeting may not The American Osteopathic Association will award credit innecessarily represent the views, opinions, policies or actions of Category 2 of the AOA CME program to D.O.’s upon receipt ofthe PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology, or The New documentation of verification of attendance.York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. The PGA/NYSSA CRNAs must apply to the AANA for post-meeting CE Credits.assumes no responsibility for, nor endorses any of the Certificates of Attendance will be provided, upon request.comments, recommendations or materials that are provided. PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 3
  5. 5. General Information Advance Registration Forms Must be received by December 1st. After that date, registration will take place at the Marriott Marquis (4th Floor) as follows: On-Site Registration Dates andTimes Thursday, December 13, 2012 • 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm (1600 – 1900) Friday, December 14, 2012 • 7:00 am – 7:00 pm (0700 – 1900) Saturday, December 15, 2012 – Tuesday, December 18, 2012 • 7:00 am – 4:00 pm (0700-1600) Registration The general registration fee provides access to: Panel Sessions, Focus Sessions, Ancillary Sessions, Exhibition Halls (Technical, Scientific & Posters). You will be provided with official program materials & a CME Credit Documentation form (where applicable). Additional Registration Fees Required for Interactive/Hands-on Workshops, Mini Workshops and Problem-Based Learning Discussions. These sessions have limited seating. Refund Policy Refund requests for general registration must be submitted in writing to NYSSA Headquarters, and are subject to the following fees: • Requests postmarked on or before November 1st: • Active Physicians and CRNAs, $50 • Physician/Anesthesiology Assistants, $30 • Residents and all other categories, $10 • Requests postmarked between November 1st and November 15th: • Active Physicians and CRNAs, $100 • Physician/Anesthesiology Assistants, $60 • Residents and all other categories, $20 • There will be no refunds for cancellation requests postmarked after November 15th, or if you register but fail to attend. • Refunds for Interactive/Hands-on Workshops and Mini Workshops tickets will be refunded in full, if notification is received by November 1st. After November 15th, refunds will be made post-PGA, only if the event has been sold out. • Social Events, such as, Broadway show, Concert or opera tickets are not refundable. NYSSA Member Registration All NYSSA members should go directly to the NYSSA Members counter located on the 4th Floor of the New York Marriott Marquis. Members who have registered in advance, should present their acknowledgement form. If you have not registered in advance, your membership will need to be verified by presentation of valid identification. Applying For NYSSA Membership To be eligible for membership you must be a Physician Anesthesiologist, Resident or Medical Student in practice or in school in New York State. For additional information, please call NYSSA Headquarters at 212-867-7140. Applicants who file after November 1st, will not be eligible to register for the current PGA, in the NYSSA member category.4 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  6. 6. LanguageAll sessions are conducted in English.ClimateThe normal average outdoor temperature for New York City in December ranges between 31°F (-01°C) to 42°F (6°C).Dress CodeCustomary dress code is business casual.Airport to Hotel groundTransportationNew York Airport Service provides motor-coach transportation to and from LaGuardia and JFK airport, as well as, toand from most major mid-town hotels in New York City. For updated information visit: www.nyairportsservice.comOlympia Trails provides service to and from Newark Airport. For updated information visit:www.coachusa.com/olympia/Taxi fares from the three metropolitan airports to mid-town New York City range from$45 to $60, one-way.Technical ExhibitsAre located on the 5th Floor of the Marriott Marquis as follows:Saturday, December 15th • 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (0800 – 1600)Sunday, December 16th • 8:00 am – 3:00 pm (0800 – 1500)Monday, December 17th • 8:00 am – 12:00 Noon (0800 – 1200)Hospitality StationsAre located within the Technical Exhibit complex. Complimentary coffee/tea will be served at designated times. Inaddition, lunch cart service will be available each exhibiting day from 11:30 am until 1:30 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Note: There are no Technical Exhibits on Friday or TuesdayScientific ExhibitsSaturday, December 15th and Sunday, December 16th • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (1000 - 1600)Posters & Medically Challenging Case ReportsSaturday, December 15th • 11:00 am - 1:00 pm & 2:00 - 4:00 pm (1100 -1300 & 1400 -1600)Sunday, December 16th • 11:00 am - 1:00 pm & 2:00 - 4:00 pm (1100 -1300 & 1400 -1600)Monday, December 17th • 11:00 am - 1:00 pm & 2:00 - 4:00 pm (1100 -1300 & 1400 -1600)Social Events and Spouse ProgramsWithin this brochure there is a separate section listing these offerings for PGA66.ChildrenChildren under the age of 12 are not permitted in the Scientific Sessions. If an attendee has a disability that requires special services, we are prepared to accommodate him/her. However, unless advance notification is received, we may not be able to provide such services. PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 5
  7. 7. General Sessions (open to all professional registrants) Scientific Panel (SP) and Focus Session (FS) Topics and Moderators - Each General Scientific Panel and Focus Session will feature a moderator and several speakers. The subject matter of the individual presentations will be directly related to the main topic. Some moderators, as listed on ensuing pages, have been invited but are yet to be confirmed. Fr iday, December 14, 2012 SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 9:00-11:30 AM (0900-1130) FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:45-5:00 PM (1545-1700) (SP-01) The Anesthetic Management of the Patient with Co-existing Critical (FS-01) Office-Based Anesthesia Issues Illness Moderator - Robert N. Sladen, M.D. (FS-02) The Disruptive Physician, the Impaired Physician: TheTJC and DOH guidelines and (SP-02) The Anesthetic Management of the Child with Co-existing Disease Moderator - Linda J. Mason, M.D. Recommendations (SP-03) Trauma Anesthesia Update (FS-03) Pro/Con: Laryngeal Mask Airway for Moderator - Richard P. Dutton, M.D., M.B.A. Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy (SP-04) AACD Panel: Update Operating Room Management (FS-04) Malignant Hyperthermia Update Moderators - Vinod Malhotra, M.D. & Michael P. Smith, M.D., M.S. (FS-05) New Concepts in Mechanical Ventilation SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 1:00-3:30 PM (1300-1530) (FS-06) Update in Pain Management (SP-05) (The Gertie F. Marx Memorial Lecture) Patient Safety in Obstetric Anesthesia (FS-07) Clinical Challenges in the Patient with Moderator - David J. Wlody, M.D. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) (SP-06) CNS Injury, Anesthetics and Monitoring (FS-08) Anesthesiologists and Hospitals: Challenges Moderator - Daniel J. Cole, M.D. with the New Health Care Environment (SP-07) Surgical Innovations: Unique Anesthetic Challenges Moderator - Vinod Malhotra, M.D. (SP-08) Providing Safe Anesthesia Care to the Elderly Patient Moderator - Jeffrey H. Silverstein, M.D. Sa turday, December 15 , 2012 SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 9:00-11:30 AM (0900-1130) FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:45-5:00 PM (1545-1700) (SP-09) (Welcome Plenary Session (FS-09) Operating Room Efficiency: Resource 28th Annual R.W. Robertazzi Memorial Panel) Utilization: Patient Safety TO BE ANNOUNCED Moderator - Mark A. Warner, M.D. (FS-10) Misconduct in Research and Publication: HowTo Recognize It, How to Prevent It SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 1:00-3:30 PM (1300-1530) (SP-10) Improving Outcomes in the Patient with Cardiac Disease Undergoing (FS-11) Insight into Legal Process: Case Based Review Non-Cardiac Surgery of Malpractice Law Moderator - Paul G. Barash, M.D. (FS-12) Update in Cerebral Function Monitoring (SP-11) TO BE ANNOUNCED (FS-13) Challenges in Regional Anesthesia Moderator - TO BE ANNOUNCED (FS-14) The Anesthesia Work Station and Safety Issues: (SP-12) Update: Acute Pain Management Are Our Patients Safer? Moderator - Eugene R. Viscusi, M.D. (FS-15) Pediatric Pain Management: What is Best Practice? Sunday, December 16, 2012 SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 8:30-11:00 AM (0830-1100) FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:00-5:00 PM (1530-1700) (SP-13) Safe Opioid Prescribing for Chronic Pain (FS-16) Preparing for Retirement Moderator - Oscar A. DeLeon-Casasola, M.D. FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:45-5:00 PM (1545-1700) (SP-14) Challenging Medical Cases in Anesthesiology Moderator - David L. Reich, M.D. (FS-17) Challenges in Academic Practice: Faculty Development (SP-15) Current Concepts in Regional Anesthesia and Resident Education Moderator - Andrew D. Rosenberg, M.D. (FS-18) Perioperative Medicine: glycemic Control, (SP-16) Running an Efficient Practice: What is Expected of Us? Beta-Blockade Moderator - Robert E. Johnstone, M.D.6 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  8. 8. General Sessions (open to all professional registrants)Scientific Panel (SP) and Focus Session (FS) Topics and Moderators Sunday, December 16 , 2012 - ContinuedSCIENTIFIC PANELS • 1:00-3:30 PM (1300-1530) FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:45-5:00 PM (1545-1700)(SP-17) BJA Sponsored Panel: Innovations in Airway Management (FS-19) Pro/Con: Electronic Medical Records Improve Patient Moderator - Tim Cook, M.B., B.S. Safety(SP-18) Perioperative Management of the Morbidly Obese Patient (FS-20) CURRENT ISSUES FORUM: Moderator - Jay B. Brodsky, M.D. TO BE ANNOUNCED(SP-19) Challenging Cases inThoracic Anesthesia (FS-21) Update onThoracic Anesthesia Moderator - Edmond Cohen, M.D. (FS-22) Update onTJC and CMS Regulations that ImpactYour(SP-20) What’s New in Interventional Pain Management? Practice Moderator - Timothy R. Deer, M.D. (FS-23) Infection Control Issues Impacting Anesthesiology Practice Monday, December 17, 2012SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 9:00-10:30 AM (0900-1030) FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:45-5:00 PM (1545-1700)(SP-21) (International Forum) A European View (FS-24) Oral Presentation of Selected Posters on Display New Strategies for Perioperative Organ Protection at PgA66 Moderator - Benedikt Pannen, M.D. (FS-25) PACU ComplicationsSCIENTIFIC PANELS • 10:45-11:45 AM (1045-1145) (FS-26) Anesthesia and the Developing Brain: An Update on(SP-22) (42nd Annual E.A. Rovenstine Memorial Lecture) Delivering Anesthesia Care: Lessons From Old and New, CurrentThinking and Practice Near and Far Moderator - Stephen J. Thomas, M.D. (FS-27) Challenges in Obstetric AnesthesiaSCIENTIFIC PANELS • 1:00-3:30 PM (1300-1530) (FS-28) Perioperative Challenges in the Patient with Heart Disease(SP-23) Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Moderator - Robert K. Stoelting, M.D. (FS-29) Challenges in Neuroanesthesia(SP-24) Transfusion Medicine Moderator - Linda J. Shore-Lesserson, M.D., FASE(SP-25) Anesthetic Considerations for Ambulatory Surgery Moderator - Rebecca S. Twersky, M.D., M.P.H.Tu esday, December 18 , 2012SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 9:00-11:30 AM (0900-1130) FOCUS SESSIONS • 3:45-5:00 PM (1545-1700)(SP-26) The Anesthetic Management of the Patient Undergoing (FS-30) Blood Conservation: Update on Current Practice Cardiac Surgery Moderator - Steven N. Konstadt, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.C. (FS-31) Update on Cardiac Rhythm Devices(SP-27) Critical Care 2012: What’s New? Moderator - Ronald G. Pearl, M.D., Ph.D. (FS-32) When Should I CancelThis Pediatric Practice?SCIENTIFIC PANELS • 1:00-3:30 PM (1300-1530)(SP-28) Fourteenth Annual Bragging Contest: Any CaseYou Have Done, I Have Done a Better One Moderator - Clifford M. Gevirtz, M.D., M.P.H.NOTE:Please check the PGA website for possible program changes, as well as for the most accurate up-to-date daily time listings of speakers, sub-topics, objectives, meeting roomlocations and faculty disclosure information. Scientific Panels and Focus Sessions qualify as hour-for-hour (as designated) CME Credit.Focus Sessions that are assigned to 4th Floor Meeting Rooms have limited seating and will require that we close the session and not allow an overflow audience. Weencourage you to arrive as early as possible if you are interested in these sessions/topics.Since moderators and guest faculty commitments are subject to final confirmation, it may be necessary to re-position some ScientificPanels or Focus Sessions to other dates and/or time frames. PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 7
  9. 9. Optional Sessions ** Interactive & Hands-On Workshops Some courses will feature live models and/or state-of-the-art medical equipment and monitoring devices. Tickets are limited — we strongly encourage you to register in advance. The complete listing of workshop speakers, course objectives, faculty disclosures and room locations will be posted on our website. Mark your primary selections, and any alternate choices, in order of preference, for each chosen time slot in Section 8, on the Advanced Registration Form. Some Workshops will be repeated on other days and/or at different times, as noted by the asterisk (*). ONLY persons with tickets will be admitted to these sessions. All workshops are $150 each, with the exception of W-01 [PALS], W-06 [ACLS] and W-09 [Intensive Interactive Echocardiography Review], which are $350 and W-04 [Cadaver], which is $500. Workshops qualify as hour-for-hour (as designated) CME Credit. Fr i d ay, Dec em be r 14 , 2 012 7: 0 0 A M - 5 :30 PM ( 070 0- 1730) 12 : 0 0 N O O N - 3 : 0 0 P M ( 12 0 0 - 15 0 0 ) (W-01) Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) (W-03) Ultrasound, Simulation and Stimulation for Peripheral Nerve Moderator - Francine S. Yudkowitz, M.D., F.A.A.P. Blocks *(see W-02, W-10 and W-18) Moderators - David B. Albert, M.D. and Mitchell H. Marshall, M.D. 8: 0 0 A M - 11 :0 0 AM ( 080 0- 110 0) (W-02) Ultrasound, Simulation and Stimulation for Peripheral Nerve Blocks *(see W-03, W-10, W-18) Moderators - David B. Albert, M.D. and Mitchell H. Marshall, M.D. Sa t u rd ay, Dec e mb e r 15 , 2 012 7: 30 AM - 5:0 0 PM ( 0730- 170 0) 9 : 0 0 A M - 5 : 0 0 P M ( 0 9 0 0 - 17 0 0 ) (W-04) Hands-On Cadaver, Ultrasound and Live Model (W-06) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Regional Anesthesia Moderator - Stephen A. Vitkun, M.D., M.B.A., Ph.D. Moderator - Stefan E. Lucas, M.D. (conducted at an off-hotel-site venue) 12 : 0 0 N O O N - 3 : 0 0 P M ( 12 0 0 - 15 0 0 ) (W-07) Difficult Airway Management *(see W-05) 8: 0 0 A M - 11 :0 0 AM ( 080 0- 110 0) Moderator - Allan P. Reed, M.D. and Irene P. Osborn, M.D. (W-05) Difficult Airway Management *(see W-07) Moderator - Allan P. Reed, M.D. and Irene P. Osborn, M.D. Su n d ay, Dec em b e r 16 , 2 012 8: 0 0 AM - 11 :0 0 AM ( 080 0- 110 0) 12 : 0 0 N O O N - 3 : 0 0 P M ( 12 0 0 - 15 0 0 ) (W-08) Ultrasound for Vascular Access: A Workshop (W-10) Ultrasound, Simulation and Stimulation for Moderator - Nikolaos J. Skubas, M.D. *(see W-16) Peripheral Nerve Blocks *(see W-02, W-03 and W-18) Moderators - David B. Albert, M.D. and Mitchell H. Marshall, M.D. 8: 0 0 AM - 3:0 0 PM ( 080 0- 150 0) (W-09) Intensive Interactive Echocardiography Review with the Experts Moderators - Steven N. Konstadt, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.C. and Alexander J.C. Mittnacht, M.D. * indicates repeat sessions * * requires additional enrollment8 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  10. 10. Optional Sessions **Interactive & Hands-On Workshops M o n d ay, Dec em b e r 17, 2 0128: 0 0 A M - 11 :0 0 AM ( 080 0- 110 0) 12 : 0 0 N O O N - 3 : 0 0 P M ( 12 0 0 - 15 0 0 )(W-11) Thoracic Anesthesia Workshop with (W-13) Hands-on Management of Pacemakers and ICDs Simulator and CadavericTorso Moderator - Marc E. Stone, M.D. Moderator - Edmond Cohen, M.D. (W-14) Simulation Experience for the Difficult Airway, Crisis Management(W-12) Simulation Experience for the Difficult Airway, andTeamTraining *(see W-12) Crisis Management andTeamTraining *(see W-14) Moderator - Adam I. Levine, M.D. and Samuel DeMaria, M.D. Moderator - Adam I. Levine, M.D. and Samuel DeMaria, M.D.Tues d ay, Dec emb e r 18 , 2 0128: 0 0 A M - 11:0 0 AM ( 080 0- 110 0) 12 : 0 0 N O O N - 3 : 0 0 P M ( 12 0 0 - 15 0 0 )(W-15) Beyond Direct Laryngoscopy: (W-17) Beyond Direct Laryngoscopy: Fiberoptic and OtherTechniques For Adult and Fiberoptic and OtherTechniques For Adult and Pediatric Management *(see W-17) Pediatric Management *(see W-15) Moderator - Richard M. Sommer, M.D. Moderator - Richard M. Sommer, M.D.(W-16) Ultrasound for Vascular Access: A Workshop *(see W-08) (W-18) Ultrasound, Simulation and Stimulation for Moderator - Nikolaos J. Skubas, M.D. Peripheral Nerve Blocks *(see W-02, W-03 and W-10) Moderators - David B. Albert, M.D. and Mitchell H. Marshall, M.D. * indicates repeat sessions* * requires additional enrollment For on-site ticket purchase availability, please inquire at the Workshop ticket booth which will be located adjacent to the PGA Registration Area on the 4th Floor of the New York Marriott Marquis. PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 9
  11. 11. Optional Sessions * Mini Workshops will be conducted by recognized experts, concentrating on singular topics discussed in-depth. The small group format will ensure the opportunity for comprehensive learning and meaningful question/answer exchanges. Since tickets and space are limited, advance enrollment is advised. The complete listing of mini workshop speakers, course objectives, faculty disclosures, room locations and times will be posted on our website. Mark your primary selections and any alternate choices, in order of preference, for each chosen time slot in Section 6, on the Advanced Registration Form. Please refer to the Advanced Registration Form section marked “Optional Sessions” for a special offer - buy 3 Mini Workshop tickets and receive 1 complimentary ticket. Only persons with tickets will be admitted to these sessions. Mini Workshops are $25 per session. Each Mini Workshop qualifies for AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. Fr i d ay, Dec em be r 14 , 2 012 7: 45 AM - 8:4 5 AM ( 0745- 0845) 11 : 4 5 A M - 12 : 4 5 P M ( 114 5 - 12 4 5 ) M-01 Management of Post Dural Puncture Headache M-05 Interventional Pain Management Update M-02 Update onTherapy for Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting (PONV) M-06 Management of Anesthesia Departments: M-03 Ultrasound for Nerve Blocks The good, the Bad and the UgLY M-04 Anesthesia for Carotid and Intra-Cranial Vascular Abnormalities M-07 Anesthesia for Major Vascular Surgery M-08 Perioperative Coagulopathy Management Update Sa t u rd ay, Dec e mb e r 15 , 2 012 7: 45 AM - 8:4 5 AM ( 0745- 0845) 11 : 4 5 A M - 12 : 4 5 P M ( 114 5 - 12 4 5 ) M-09 Maintenance of Competency in Anesthesiology: Nuts and Bolts M-13 The Critically Ill Cardiac Patient - Challenges and Solutions M-10 Neurophysiological Monitoring M-14 The Pregnant Patient for Non-Obstetric Surgery M-11 Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: M-15 Problems in Office-Based Surgery Patients Anesthetic Considerations 11 : 4 5 A M - 1 : 0 0 P M ( 114 5 - 13 0 0 ) M-12 Setting up and Running a Pre-Anesthetic Assessment Clinic NOTE: Time Change M-16 FIRE in the OR, What Every Anesthesiologist Needs to Know Su n d ay, Dec em b e r 16 , 2 012 7: 45 AM - 8:4 5 AM ( 0745- 0845) 12:0 0 Noon - 1:0 0 PM (120 0-130 0) M-17 Problems in the PACU NOTE: Time Change M-18 Anesthetic Challenges in the Morbidly Obese M-21 Update on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome M-19 Thoracic Anesthesia Update M-22 Anesthesia and Addiction M-20 Private Pain Practice: Does It Have a Future and How to Do It? M-23 Anesthesia Outside the Operating Room M-24 Update on Anesthesia for Spinal Surgery M o n d ay, Dec em b e r 17, 2 012 11 : 4 5 A M - 12 : 4 5 P M ( 114 5 - 12 4 5 ) M-25 The Parturient with HELLP Syndrome M-26 Anesthesia for Difficult Orthopedic Procedures M-27 Neuroanesthesia Update: Changes in Clinical Practice Tues d ay, Dec emb e r 18, 2 012 7: 45 AM - 8:4 5 AM ( 0745- 0845) 11 : 4 5 A M - 12 : 4 5 P M ( 114 5 - 12 4 5 ) M-28 A Practical Approach to a green OR M-31 Ocular Effects of the Prone Position M-29 Neonatal Anesthesia Update M-32 Update on Pediatric Outpatient Anesthesia M-30 Coagulation Challenges During the Perioperative Period M-33 Anesthesia in Mass Casualty Events, Lessons From Haiti For on-site ticket purchase availability, please inquire at the Mini Workshop ticket booth which will be located adjacent to the PGA Registration Area on the 4th Floor of the New York Marriott Marquis. IMPORTANTTO NOTE: If you attend any of the mid-day (11:45 am) mini workshops you will not be able to attend that same day’s problem-based learning discussions, since these take place concurrently. * requires additional enrollment10 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  12. 12. Optional Sessions *Problem-Based Learning Discussions (PBLDs) are a widely accepted teaching technique, conducted as case-based, problem-oriented, learner-centered discussions. These sessions are guided informally to promote, and encourage an interchange of ideas. Eachsession can have up to a maximum of twenty (20) participants who meet with the moderator that authored the particular anesthesiaproblem. These sessions allow for an in-depth exploration of the case and simulate problem-solving techniques whichanesthesiologists encounter, and employ in their daily practice.Unique Advantages of the PBLDTeachingTechnique:• Gain insight into problem-solving strategies used by collegues;• Encourage the utilization of available educational resources;• Develop a detailed anesthetic plan geared for a specific case.Small group Format Allows:• Opportunity for dynamic interaction with peers and the faculty moderator;• Non-lecture format, to facilitate active learning;• Learner-centered, rather than faculty-centered;• Promotion of teamwork in clinical problem solving.The complete listing of Problem-Based Learning Discussion moderators, course objectives, faculty disclosures and room locations willbe posted on our website. Since seating at each PBLD is limited, and because of the need to review preparatory literature in advance,you are advised to enroll in advance. Please refer to the Advanced Registration Form Section marked “Optional Sessions” for aspecial offer - buy 3 PBLD tickets and receive 1 complimentary ticket. Problem-Based Learning Discussions are $25 per session (non-refundable). You must purchase a ticket to enter these sessions.IMPORTANTTO NOTE:If you attend any of the problem-based learning discussions, you will not be able to attend that same day’s mini workshops at 11:45 am,or focus sessions at 3:45 pm, since these take place concurrently.* requires additional enrollmentFr i d ay, Dec em be r 14 , 2 01211 :45 AM - 12 :45 PM ( 114 5- 1245) 3 : 4 5 P M - 5 : 0 0 P M ( 15 4 5 - 17 0 0 )PBLD-01 Predicting and Managing Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation PBLD-09 Peer Review and the Anatomy of a LawsuitPBLD-02 The Pregnant Patient for Non-Obstetric Surgery PBLD-10 Are ICU Ventilation Strategies Beneficial in the ORPBLD-03 Central Venous Catheter Placement: Checklists and guidelines PBLD-11 Establishing Institutional guidelines for the Perioperative Management of Patients with Drug Eluting Stents Placed MorePBLD-04 Medical Clearance for Endoscopy or Radiology: When the Than OneYear Ago Proceduralist Has Never Met the Patient, Who is Responsible for the Preoperative Evaluation? PBLD-12 The Parturient with CardiomyopathyPBLD-05 Lung Isolation in the Patient with a Difficult Airway PBLD-13 Supraglottic Airway forTonsillectomy in Child with Sleep ApneaPBLD-06 How Low CanYou go: Transfusion guidelines PBLD-14 Obstetric Analgesia in the Patient with Previous Back SurgeryPBLD-07 Fractured Humerus in a Patient on Clopidrogrel: PBLD-15 Anesthetic Concerns for Robotic Radical Prostatectomy ASRA guidelines PBLD-16 Continuous Perineural Analgesia: Home with a Catheter?PBLD-08 Postoperative Brachial Plexus Injury: ButThe Surgeon Positioned the Arms! PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 11
  13. 13. Optional Sessions * Problem-Based Learning Discussions Sa t u rd ay, Dec e mb e r 15 , 2 012 11 :45 AM - 12 :45 PM ( 114 5- 1245) 3 : 4 5 P M - 5 : 0 0 P M ( 15 4 5 - 17 0 0 ) PBLD-17 Emergency Management of Severe Brain Injury PBLD-25 Maintaining Regulatory Compliance and Avoiding Fraud PBLD-18 Cricoid Pressure in the Pediatric Patient: PBLD-26 Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Ambulatory Surgery To Push or Not to Push? PBLD-27 The Pediatric Difficult Airway: No Larynx in View Now PBLD-19 Femoral Sciatic Nerve Block: Appropriate Patient Selection What Do I Do? PBLD-20 Elective Surgery in a Patient with Recently Placed Drug Eluting PBLD-28 Pitfalls of Pulmonary Hypertension Stents PBLD-29 Parturient with a History ofTracheostomy Leading to PBLD-21 Unusual Complications of Difficult Intubations in the Failed Intubation Morbidly Obese: Recognition and Management PBLD-30 14Year Old Status Post Fontan Procedure Presents for PBLD-22 Placental Abruption, Fetal Demise, and HELLP Syndrome: Emergency Appendectomy Patient Refuses general Anesthesia: Is Regional Anesthesia Acceptable? PBLD-31 The Disruptive Anesthesiologist PBLD-23 Cardiac Arrest After Interscalene Block PBLD-32 Anaphylaxis in the Operating Room PBLD-24 The Diagnosis and Management of a Malignant Hyperthermic Reaction Su n d ay, Dec em b e r 16 , 2 012 12:0 0 Noon - 1:0 0 PM (120 0-130 0) 3 : 4 5 P M - 5 : 0 0 P M ( 15 4 5 - 17 0 0 ) NOTE: Time Change PBLD-41 6 Month Old for Inguinal Hernia Repair: PBLD-33 Torsade After Hysterectomy: The Impact of Prolonged QT on Parents are Concerned About Cognitive Dysfunction Antiemesis guidelines PBLD-42 When Does an Elevated Preoperative glucose Require PBLD-34 The Current Recommendations for Perioperative Beta Blockade Treatment? PBLD-35 Jet Ventilation PBLD-43 The Adolescent Patient and the Right to Refuse Care PBLD-36 Maternal Hemorrhage PBLD-44 Respiratory Depression in the PACU: PBLD-37 Complications of Neuromuscular Blockade Reversal: The Role of Non-Invasive Ventilation Should Reversal Be given to All Patients? PBLD-45 Non-Surgical Approaches for the Herniated Disc PBLD-38 Undiagnosed Myopathy in aToddler: PBLD-46 Challenges in the Cardiology Procedure Suite Inhalational or Intravenous Anesthesia PBLD-47 Is Nitrous Oxide Obsolete? PBLD-39 Urgent Cholecystectomy in a Patient With Drug Eluting Stents PlacedTen (10) Months Ago PBLD-48 Drug Shortages: Impact on Anesthetic Drug Choice PBLD-40 SPLAT: Massive Resuscitation for BluntTrauma * requires additional enrollment12 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  14. 14. Optional Sessions *Problem-Based Learning Discussions M o n d ay, Dec em b e r 17, 2 01211 :45 AM - 12 :45 PM ( 114 5- 1245) 3 : 4 5 P M - 5 : 0 0 P M ( 15 4 5 - 17 0 0 )PBLD-49 Perioperative Control of Hypertension PBLD-57 Jet Ventilation to go: Adventures in the Electrophysiology SuitePBLD-50 STAT Cesarean Section: Spinal Versus general PBLD-58 Preoperative Planning for Postoperative Pain Management:PBLD-51 Perioperative Management of Pacemakers/AICDS Major Spine SurgeryPBLD-52 Pain Management inThe Drug Addicted Patient PBLD-59 Stents, Drains and Clamps: De-Mystifying thePBLD-53 Hemiarthroplasty in the Patient with Hypertension: Anesthetic Considerations forThoraco-Abdominal Role ofTransesophageal Echocardiography Aneurysm RepairPBLD-54 IV Acetaminophen: Patient Selection PBLD-60 I Cannot Place an Arterial: What Else the Blood Pressure Cuff Can Tell YouPBLD-55 Dexmedetomidine: A 21st Century Anesthetic PBLD-61 Cultural DiversityPBLD-56 Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring PBLD-62 Maximizing Scheduling and Operating Room Efficiency PBLD-63 Statins and Perioperative Myocardial Infarction PBLD-64 Thyroidectomy Patient HadTea andToast 3 Hours Ago - OK to Start?Tues d ay, Dec emb e r 18 , 2 01211 :45 AM - 12 :45 PM ( 114 5- 1245)PBLD-65 Full Stomach vs Full Esophagus: Should Your Upper gI Endoscopy Be Intubated?PBLD-66 Anesthesia for the Extremely Elderly PatientPBLD-67 Herbals and Alternative Medicine: Impact on Anesthesia CarePBLD-68 Managing the Patient with HELLP SyndromePBLD-69 Adenotonsillectomy in the Child with Sleep Apnea SyndromePBLD-70 Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) Prophylaxis: What If the Surgeon RefusesPBLD-71 The Role of Hospitalists in Preoperative Medical EvaluationPBLD-72 Education in the 21st Century: Innovations in Medical Student and Resident Education For on-site ticket purchase availability, please inquire at the Problem-Based Learning Discussions ticket booth which will be located adjacent to the PGA Registration Area on the 4th Floor of the New York Marriott Marquis.* requires additional enrollment PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 13
  15. 15. Ancillary Sessions RESIDENT RESEARCH CONTEST is a unique program in continuing medical education. It provides an opportunity to introduce the international anesthesia community to some of the brightest young researchers in the specialty today. Residents will be presenting their work in poster format during the Resident and Fellow Section Meeting on Saturday morning. They will be available by their posters from 12:30-2:00 pm, to discuss their research and answer questions. Detailed program information will appear in the PGA Program-Journal, which is distributed to all who attend the PostGraduate Assembly. Saturday, December 15, 2012 Sixth Floor Promenade Posters will be on display: Saturday, December 15 • 12:30 - 4:00 pm (1230-1600) Sunday, December 16 • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (0900-1600) Monday, December 17 • 9:00 am - 12:00 Noon (0900-1200) SEND ABSTRACTSTO: CHARLES W. EMALA, Sr., M.S., M.D. Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of Anesthesiology Vice Chair for Research Department of Anesthesiology Columbia University New York, New York email: pgaresidentresearch@emala.net14 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  16. 16. Ancillary SessionsNYSSA RESIDENT & FELLOW SECTION MEETINg | PgA MEDICAL STUDENT PROgRAM Saturday, December 15, 2012 NYSSA RESIDENT and PgA MEDICAL STUDENT PROgRAM FELLOW SECTION MEETINg Columbia/Duffy Rooms - 7th Floor Empire Complex - 7th Floor 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (0900-1700) 7:30 am - 1:00 pm (0730 -1300)The NYSSA Resident and Fellow Section Meeting is a programspecifically focused on topics of interest to anesthesiologyresidents and fellows. Topics such as Exclusive Contracts, Session 1: 9:00 am - 1:00 pmEmployment, Practice Management Issues, Medical Malpractice,Physician Profiling, Insurance, and other things you should know Session 2: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmas you embark upon your professional career as ananesthesiologist, have been discussed in past years. Session Details: TOPICS AND FACULTYTO BE ANNOUNCED Hour One: Discussion of What We Look for in a Resident 7:30 - 8:30 am (0730-0830) Continental Breakfast Hour Two: Discussion of What to Expect in a Residency 8:30 - 10:00 am (0830-1000) Resident and Fellow Section Panel Hours Three and Four: Free form discussion between residents/residency directors/medical students. 10:00 - 11:00 am (1000-1100) Resident Research Contest Presentations DIRECTORS: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm (1100-1300) CHRISTOPHER GALLAGHER, M.D. Professor and Residency Director • Resident and Fellow Section Department of Anesthesiology Business Meeting SUNY-Health Sciences Center at Stony Brook • Lunch Stony Brook, New York • Announcement of Resident Research Contest presentation MATTHEW B. WECKSELL, M.D. winners.* Northern Westchester Anesthesia Services Mount Kisco, New York SOFIA HUSAIN, M.D. * Following the announcement of winner(s), the Resident Research Contest Presentation(s) will be displayed on the 6th Floor from Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 12:30-2:30 pm (1230-1430) SUNY-Health Sciences Center at Stony Brook Stony Brook, New York PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 15
  17. 17. Ancillary Sessions THE AMERICAN BOARD OF ANESTHESIOLOgY O’Neill Room - Fourth Floor - 5:30 - 6:30 pm (1730-1830) This information session conducted by Directors of The American Board of Anesthesiology will provide information and answer questions about the ABA programs for initial certification and Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology (MOCA®). MOCA is the program that the ABA developed so diplomates with a time-limited anesthesiology certificate could maintain uninterrupted certification status. TOPICS Initial Certification: • Comparison of the Part 1 and Part 2 Examinations • Overview of specific areas evaluated in the Part 2 Examination • Outline of the Part 2 Examination process • Identification of common problems encountered by candidates • Discussion of the successful candidate of the Part 2 Examination Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology (MOCA): • Part 1: Assessments of Professional Standing (Medical Licensure) • Part 2: Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment (CME activities) • Part 3: Cognitive Examination and Prerequisites • Part 4: Practice Performance Assessment and Improvement • Diplomates’ online portal accounts • MOCA-SUBS for maintenance of subspecialty certification FACULTY PRESENTATIONS: DANIEL J. COLE. M.D. Professor of Anesthesiology Mayo Clinic, College of Medicine Chair, Department of Anesthesiology Mayo Clinic Arizona Phoenix, Arizona CYNTHIA A. LIEN. M.D. Professor of Anesthesiology Weill Cornell Medical College Attending Anesthesiologist New York Presbyterian Hospital New York, New York This Program is conducted by The American Board of Anesthesiology and is independent of PGA66. You are not required to register for the PGA if you only plan on attending this session. Additionally, the ABA will be exhibiting at the 66th PostGraduate Assembly. Please stop by the ABA Booth to get details about primary and subspecialty certification, as well as Maintenance of Certification. ABA staff can guide you through the ABA website and your online personal portal account.16 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  18. 18. 66th POSTGRADUATE ASSEMBLY IN ANESTHESIOLOGY FOR NYSSA The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. n December 14-18, 2012 n New York Marriott Marquis USE ONLY R M W P H SA REF T$ #ADVANCE REgISTRATION Your Advance Registration Form must be received by December 1st. After that date, allregistrations must be processed on-site at the NewYork Marriott Marquis betweenThursday, December 13th and Tuesday, December 18th at the on-site registrationrate, as noted below. PERSONS WISHINgTO ACCESS PgA EVENTS AND FACILITIES MUST BE REgISTERED AND DISPLAYTHEIR PgA BADgE, AT ALLTIMES.SECTION 1 Please type or print clearly: n MD n DO Degree (check one): n PhD n CRNA n RN Name n Other g First Middle Initial Family (surname) Home Address City State Zip Country HospitalAffiliation E-mail: _____________________________________________ Hospital Address City State Zip Country Daytime Evening FaxTelephone Telephone NumberIf you are from out of town, where do you intend to stay while in New York? _________________________________________________________________________ n Please check here if you have a disability that requires special services to attend this conference. Attach a detailed description of needs.SECTION 2 RegistrationMembers ONLY:with dues For NYSSA SECTION 3 Registration Fees (Payable in US Funds) fee is pre-paid You must register in the category of your highest educational degree. If your medical category is not listed blow, please contact us. Please check all appropriate boxes: guest speakers are not required to pay a registration fee. } Q n Active NYSSA Member . . . . .(District # ____) ......... ADVANCED FEES: Registration Fee R n Affiliate NYSSA Member . . .(District # ____) ......... is Pre-Paid with S n Resident NYSSA Member . .(District # ____) ......... NYSSA Dues Until Nov.1st thru On-site Nov. 1st Dec. 1st Fees T n Retired NYSSA Member . . .(District # ____) n Active Non-Member (M.D., M.B., D.O., D.D.S.) n $695 n $710 $775 n Affiliate Non-Member (M.D., M.B., D.O., D.D.S.) n $695 n $710 $775SECTION 3 Registration Fee Not Required n Resident Non-Member (M.D., M.B., D.O., D.D.S.) n $200 n $200 (Written verification of Resident status from the Chief of Training must accompany this form.) $200 } n Medical Student n Student RN Photocopy of I.D. n Retired Non-Member (If registering in advance, you must n $300 n $300 $775 must accompany n Student RT n Student BioMedical Engineer provide a letter of verification from your component society or a copy of your current ASA Retired Membership card.) registration n Non-Medical Guests of Physicians & CRNAs (Eligibility limited to non-medical n Physician Assistant/Anesthesiology Assistant/ n $350 n $350 $350 Perfusionist (Physicians are not eligible to register in this category) spouse and their children, and permits access to exhibit halls ONLY - not to Scientific Sessions. n CRNA (Registration #_____________) n $695 n $710 $775Guest Name: (Must secure post-meeting approval from the A.A.N.A.)Guest Name: n Student CRNA n $150 n $150 $150Guest Name: n Registered Nurse (CRNAs not eligible for this category) n $ 80 n $ 80 $ 80Guest Name: n Graduate Respiratory Therapist n $ 80 n $ 80 $ 80 n BioMedical Engineer n $ 80 n $ 80 $ 80 n Anesthesia Technician n $ 80 n $ 80 $ 80 n Anesthesia Office Personnel (non-medical) n $ 50 n $ 50 $ 50SECTION 4 Please check the appropriate box(es):I am also participating in the program as a: Sub-Total for Registration $____________ 6 n Guest Speaker 7 n Scientific Exhibitor 8n Primary Poster Presenter (Please carry this sub-total over to the gRAND TOTAL) SEE OTHER SIDE PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 17
  19. 19. OPTIONAL Mini Workshops (See page 10. Mark selections here and total below) FRI (Dec. 14th) SAT (Dec. 15th) SUN (Dec. 16th) MON (Dec. 17th) TUES (Dec. 18th)SESSIONS 7:45 am 11:45 am 7:45 am 11:45 am 7:45 am 12 Noon 7:45 am 11:45 am 7:45 am 11:45 am n M-01 n M-05 n M-09 n M-13 n M-17 n M-21 (NONE) n M-25 n M-28 n M-31 n M-02 n M-06 n M-10 n M-14 n M-18 n M-22 n M-26 n M-29 n M-32SPECIAL OFFERINg FOR PgA66: n M-03 n M-07 n M-11 n M-15 n M-19 n M-23 n M-27 n M-30 n M-33 n M-04 n M-08 n M-12 n M-16 n M-20 n M-24Buy 3 Mini Workshop or PBLD tickets& receive 1 complimentary of either. Problem-Based Learning Discussions (PBLD) See pages 11-13. Mark selections here and total below) FRI (Dec. 14th) SAT (Dec. 15th) SUN (Dec. 16th) MON (Dec. 17th) TUES (Dec. 18th)• To be eligible to attend these sessions, 11:45 am - PBLD # 11:45 am - PBLD # 12 Noon - PBLD # 11:45 am - PBLD # 11:45 am - PBLD # you must be registered for the PGA. n 01 n 05 n 17 n 21 n 33 n 37 n 49 n 53 n 65 n 69 n 02 n 06 n 18 n 22 n 34 n 38 n 50 n 54 n 66 n 70• Indicate the order of your preference in n 03 n 07 n 19 n 23 n 35 n 39 n 51 n 55 n 67 n 71 n 04 n 08 n 20 n 24 n 36 n 40 n 52 n 56 n 68 n 72 the box under each SECTION by marking ‘1, 2, 3’ etc., as your choice(s). (If your FRI (Dec. 14th) SAT (Dec. 15th) SUN (Dec. 16th) MON (Dec. 17th) TUES (Dec. 18th) first choice is unavailable, your 3:45 pm - PBLD # 3:45 pm - PBLD # 3:45 pm - PBLD # 3:45 pm - PBLD # alternate selection[s] will be assigned.) n 09 n 13 n 25 n 29 n 41 n 45 n 57 n 61 (NONE) n 10 n 14 n 26 n 30 n 42 n 46 n 58 n 62 n 11 n 15 n 27 n 31 n 43 n 47 n 59 n 63• We recommend that you register in n 12 n 16 n 28 n 32 n 44 n 48 n 60 n 64 advance for these sessions, space is limited. Workshops (See pages 8-9. Mark selections here and total below)• Tickets are non-transferable, any FRI (Dec. 14th) SAT (Dec. 15th) SUN (Dec. 16th) MON (Dec. 17th) TUES (Dec. 18th) refunds will be made in accordance with 7 am-5:30 pm 7:30 am-5pm 8-11 am DETACH AND FA X or M AIL THIS FORM TO NYSSA 8-11 am 12-3 pm 8-11 am 12-3 pm PGA policy. n W-01 12-3 pm n W-04 9 am-5 pm 12-3 pm n W-08 12-3 pm n W-11 n W-13 n W-15 n W-17 8-11 am n W-03 8-11 am n W-06 n W-07 8 am-3 pm n W-10 n W-12 n W-14 n W-16 n W-18 n W-02 n W-05 n W-09Fees:Please check all appropriate boxes and tally the sub-totals in each of the following sections.SECTION 5 Registration Fees SECTION 8 Workshop FeesPlease enter the total $ amount from SECTION 5 as calculated on the reverse side of this form: Sub-Total for SECTION 5 $ n Friday morning (W-01 is $350; W-02 is $150).................... $ _______ n Friday afternoon (W-03 is $150)............................................ $ _______SECTION 6 Mini Workshop Fees n Saturday morning (W-04 is $500 ; W-05 is $150; W-06 is $350) $ _______n Friday morning (M-01- M-04) ($25) ................... $ ________n Friday mid-day (M-05 - M-08) ($25) ................... $ ________ n Saturday afternoon (W-07 is $150) ......................................... $ _______n Saturday morning (M-09 - M-12) ($25) ................... $ ________ n Sunday morning (W-08 is $150; W-09 is $350).................... $ _______n Saturday mid-day (M-13 - M-16) ($25) ................... $ ________n Sunday morning (M-17 - M-20) ($25) ................... $ ________ n Sunday afternoon (W-10 is $150)............................................ $ _______n Sunday mid-day (M-21 - M-24) ($25) ................... $ ________ n Monday morning (W-11 and W-12 are $150 each) ............... $ _______n Monday mid-day (M-25 - M-27) ($25) ................... $ ________n Tuesday morning (M-28 - M-30) ($25) ................... $ ________ n Monday afternoon (W-13 and W-14 are $150 each) ............. $ _______n Tuesday mid-day (M-31 - M-33) ($25) ................... $ ________ n Tuesday morning (W-15 and W-16 are $150 each) ............... $ _______ Sub-Total for SECTION 6 $ n Tuesday afternoon (W-17 and W-18 are $150 each) ............. $ _______SECTION 7 PBLD Fees Sub-Total for SECTION 8 $n Friday morning (PBLD-01 - PBLD-08) ($25) ................... $ ________n Friday afternoon (PBLD-09 - PBLD-16) ($25) ................... $ ________nn Saturday morning Saturday afternoon (PBLD-17 - PBLD-24) (PBLD-25 - PBLD-32) ($25) ................... ($25) ................... $ ________ $ ________ SECTION 9 Hospital Visit Fee (See page 19 for more info) Thursday, December 13, 2012 - $125 per person (indicate hospital names)n Sunday morning (PBLD-33 - PBLD-40) ($25) ................... $ ________n Sunday afternoon (PBLD-41 - PBLD-48) ($25) ................... $ ________ 1st Choice __________________________________________________n Monday morning (PBLD-49 - PBLD-56) ($25) ................... $ ________n Monday afternoon (PBLD-57 - PBLD-64) ($25) ................... $ ________ 2nd Choice __________________________________________________n Tuesday morning (PBLD-65 - PBLD-72) ($25) ................... $ ________ 3rd Choice __________________________________________________ Sub-Total for SECTION 9 $ Sub-Total for SECTION 7 $I am aware of the refund policy as appears on page 4 of the PgA Brochure. n Please charge my credit card: n MasterCard; n Visa; n American Express Expiration Date: (month)_______ (day)________ (year)___________Acct. #Name of Card Holder:______________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________________________Please add Sub-Totals from Sections 5 through 9 ........ gRANDTOTAL $Make checks payable to: NYSSA, Inc., 110 East 40th Street, Suite 300, NewYork, NY 10016 USA (please add 15% for wire transfers) Advance Registration forms with incomplete information, or incorrect fees, will be returned unprocessed. You may also register online at: www.nyssa-pga.org18 NYSSA 66th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology • December 14 – December 18, 2012 • Marriott Marquis, New York • USA
  20. 20. Pre-PGA Hospital VisitsA day visit to a major New York City area hospital - You have an opportunity to spend a day, consisting of approximatelysix hours, at a major medical center in New York City. You will be able to network with prominent specialists in anesthesiology, observe themin action and discuss cases with them.During this visit you can view operating, recovery, emergency rooms and ICU centers; see the latest in medical equipment; and meet withcolleagues to discuss common problems that you encounter in your anesthesia practice. All surgical observations are dependent upon thatday’s operating room schedule.A certificate of participation will be issued to you. Registration for this program is extremely restricted due to space limitations andinternal in-hospital administrative protocols. If interested, you are urged to make your primary and alternate selections as soon aspossible. The fee for Hospital Visits are $125.Thursday, December 13, 2012Mark your selections in order of preference in Section 13, on the Advance Registration Form. DEPARTMENT CHAIRS &/OR HOSPITAL SUB SPECIALTY DIRECTORS SPECIALTY• Hospital for Special Surgery Dr. Gregory A. Liguori Orthopedic/Regional Anesthesia In the interest of patient and staff safety, physicians requesting visits to the clinical settings at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) are required to submit specific documentation, within 60 days of registering, in order for their visit to be approved. Therefore, the deadline to register is October 12, 2012.• Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Dr. Roger S. Wilson Cancer• Montefiore Medical Center Dr. Ellise S. Delphin Cardiac Anesthesia• Mount Sinai School of Medicine Dr. David L. Reich Liver Transplant/Cardio Thoracic/ Computerized Recording/Anesthesia Simulator• Weill Cornell Medical College @ Dr. John J. Savarese Cardiac/Neurosurgery/Pain Management New York Presbyterian Hospital• New York University School of Medicine Dr. Thomas J.J. Blanck Cardiac/Liver Transplant• SUNY- Health Science Center at Brooklyn Dr. James E. Cottrell Neuro Dr. Audrée A. Bendo Neuro Dr. Ketan Shevde Cardiac Dr. Jean Charchaflieh Critical Care Medicine• Long Island College Hospital Dr. David J. Wlody Obstetrics (by Dr. David J. Wlody) and (The visit to SUNY-Health Science Center at Ambulatory Surgery (by Dr Mariana Fishman) Brooklyn also includes Long Island College Hospital)Participants should assemble at 7:30 am (0730) sharp in the PgA Registration Area located on the 4th floor of theNewYork Marriott Marquis (1535 Broadway, between 45th & 46th Streets). Your registration will be validated, and you willreceive further instructions. Visits will end at approximately 3:30 pm (1530).TRANSPORTATION WILL BE PROVIDED AS FOLLOWS:Morning Departure - Charter bus service will take you directly to the hospital. Please be considerate of your colleagues who adhere to the7:30 am prompt gathering time. Our goal is to dispatch the buses as expeditiously as possible.Afternoon Return - Since finishing times will obviously vary, making it impossible to coordinate return bus service, attendees can return to theirhotel, or the Marriott Marquis, at their own leisure. Therefore, reimbursement for taxi car fare will be provided prior to themorning departure. PGA66 online registration: www.nyssa-pga.org • Sponsored by: The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 19

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