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  2. 2. res usc SA O ! ra r N al The Resuscitation 2013 faculty has been chosen from across VI W May 1-5, 2013 itat xt te nu S NG ion r E gis n Encore Resort at the Wynn the country, representing some of the best educators info Re th A 201 Las Vegas, Nevada 3 8 Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Pediatrics and Trauma Surgery. resuscitation 2013 * In accordance with ACCME Standards, all faculty are required to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest related to the content of their presentation(s). Course Directors Sujal Mandavia, MD, Amal Mattu, MD, Diku Mandavia, MD, FACEP, FRCP(C) FAAEM, FACEP FACEP, FRCP(C) Clinical Assistant Professor of Professor and Vice Chair Clinical Associate Professor Emergency Medicine Director, Emergency Cardiology of Emergency Medicine LAC+USC Medical Center LAC+USC Medical Center, HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE Fellowship Regional Medical Director, Department of Emergency Los Angeles, CA TeamHealth, Los Angeles, CA Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Course Faculty Special Evening Session New added course “Pediatric Emergency “Travels in Emergistan” “Advanced Ultrasound Bootcamp” Carlos V.R. Brown, MD, FACS Associate Professor of Surgery Haney Mallemat, MD Department of Critical Care / Emergency Medicine with Edwin Leap, MD, FACEP Lab” Everything you need to know University of Texas Southwestern - Austin, TX Trauma Medical Director University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD Shock, nerve blocks, ocular to care for sick kids in a one University Medical Center Brackenridge Austin, TX ultrasound and more…Learn day bootcamp. the latest in new sonography Richard M. Cantor, MD, FAAP, FACEP Ali Salim, MD, FACS techniques. Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics Director Trauma Services Director, Pediatric Emergency Department Program Director, General Surgery Residency Director, Fellowship Program in Associate Professor of Surgery Pediatric Emergency Medicine Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Medical Director, Upstate Poison Center Los Angeles, CA New optional session: Recertify for both Trauma Procedures Lab Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY “Risk Management in “ACLS & PALS” Hands-on procedures in the Ilene Claudius, MD Dina Seif, MD, MBA, RDMS critically injured patient. Critical Patients” Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine in a single afternoon! at University of Southern California Emergency Ultrasound Section LAC+USC Medical Center LAC+USC Medical Center by Dr. Kevin Klauer Los Angeles, CA Keck USC School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA Reduce your malpractice risk in the seriously ill. Marianne Gausche-Hill, MD, FACEP, FAAP Stuart Swadron, MD, FRCP(C), FACEP Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Assistant Dean, Pre-Health Undergraduate Studies Vice Chair Department of Emergency Medicine Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine Chief, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Keck School of Medicine of USC Director of EMS & Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowships University of Southern California Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA Los Angeles, CA Laleh Gharahbaghian, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Jeffrey A Tabas, M.D. Clinical Assistant Professor Professor of Emergency Medicine and  Director, Emergency Ultrasound Program Office of Continuing Medical Education Co-Director, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship UCSF School of Medicine Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery San Francisco, CA Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA Kenji Inaba, MD, FRCSC, FACS Teresa S. Wu, MD, FACEP Assistant Professor of Surgery Director, EM Ultrasound Program & Fellowship Medical Director, Surgical ICU Co-Director, Simulation Based Training Program & Fellowship Division of Trauma & Critical Care Associate Program Director, EM Residency Program University of Southern California Maricopa Medical Center, Dept. of Emergency Medicine LAC+USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine University of Arizona, School of Medicine, Phoenix, AZ Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP Assistant Clinical Professor Michigan State University Director, Center for Emergency Medical Education Missed the early morning lecture? No problem. Chief Medical Officer, Emergency Medicine Physicians Ltd Canton, OH Catch up online at www.cmedownload.com. Online version FREE with course registration!2 3
  3. 3. got conference? got great lectures? res 3 201 usc ion itat itat ion usc 201res 3 Our easy breakfast videos are the best ending to a late Vegas night! Are You Ready for Something Completely Different? 30 minute lectures that are lively and to the point. No filler included! Resuscitation 2013 is a full featured, multimedia conference that is power packed with national faculty. The conference And there’s Quickie-Snappies! When all you want is the Reader’s Digest version! focuses on emergency and critical care management of the seriously ill and injured with engaging lectures presented in a large multi-screen format involving actual patient care footage. Resuscitation 2013 understands that care of Medical/ CRITICAL Trauma/ACUTE CARE Pediatric Day these patients involves many specialties and many disciplines and incorporates this into the material covered. CARE DAY SURGERY Day Included FREE with main conference tuition: Thursday, May 2 Friday, May 3 Saturday, May 4 1. An intense multimedia experience with 7. Free online version of Resuscitation 2013! 6:30 - 7:00 Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast educational patient footage. (a $250 value!!) 2. Brand new content from entertaining and 8. First-come, first-serve access to free Hands-On 7:00 - 7:30 Breakfast Video: Breakfast Video: Breakfast Video: educational faculty. Simulation Center. Electrolyte Emergencies Pitfalls in Minor Head Injury Painless Procedures 3. State-of-the-art digitally enhanced presentations 9. Free audio CD samples of Emergency Medical 7:30 - 8:00 Massive GI Bleeding Top Myths in Trauma Care RSI & Airway Management in Kids (these guys are geeks!) Abstracts. 4. CME with no pharmaceutical support. 10. Free Emergency Medicine/Acute Care 8:00 - 8:30 2 For 1 Special: Critical Illness in Civilian Application of Military Rashes that Kill Critical Appraisal 2012 Audio CDs (a $395 value). Pregnancy Trauma Advances 5. Up to 42.25 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ 6. Free Resuscitation 2012 course on disc! 8:30 - 9:00 Infections in the Elderly: Simple Ultrasound in the Shock Patient: Post Resuscitation Priorities (26 video lectures - a $295 value!!) Tips That Save Lives The RUSH Exam 9:00 - 9:30 Low-Risk Chest Pain: Does it Exist? Top 5 Recent Articles from Trauma Acute Pediatric Imaging Strategies: and Acute Care Surgery An Algorithmic Approach Course Objectives: 9:30 - 10:00 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Pitfalls in Extremity Trauma Chest Pain and Syncope - When to Resuscitation 2013 is an advanced course designed to provide experienced practitioners with an evidence-based Modern Dx and Management Worry? update on the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment and clinical skills necessary for the care of the critically ill or 10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break injured patient. Latest technologies and methods in the care of the critical patient will be utilized. Clinical topics will be presented by nationally recognized experts based on current research. Individual lecture objectives will be provided in 10:30 - 11:00 Caring for the $6 Million Man: Complications After Bariatric Updates in Pediatric Sepsis the course manual. Patients with Implanted Technlogy Surgery By attending this CME activity, participants will be able to: 11:00 - 11:30 2013 Pulmonary Embolism Update Caring for the Recently The Crashing Neonate 1. Discuss an up-to-date review of topics relevant to the care of critical patients. Transplanted Patient 2. Discuss the latest revisions and updates to the advanced life support courses (ACLS, ATLS, PALS), improving their resuscitation skills. 11:30 - 12:00 2013 ACLS Update 2013 ATLS & Trauma Update 2013 PALS Update 3. Discuss an up-to-date review of topics relevant to the care of critical patients, incorporating new skills into their practice. 12:00 - 12:30 Quickie-Snappies: Rapid Fire Quickie-Snappies: Rapid Fire Quickie-Snappies: Rapid Fire 4. Experienced practitioners will be able to improve and update their practice with advanced instruction. Medical Topics with the Experts Surgical Topics with the Experts Pediatric Topics with the Experts 12:30 - 14:30 Lunch (on your own) Lunch (on your own) Lunch (on your own) Disclosure: It is the policy of Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) to insure balance, independence, objectivity, and 13:00 - 14:30 Medical Simulation Session Trauma Simulation Session Pediatric Simulation Session scientific rigor in all its sponsored educational activities, and that all contributors present information in an objective, unbiased manner without endorsement or criticism of specific products or services and that the relationships 14:30 - 17:30 Optional Afternoon Sessions: Optional Afternoon Sessions: Optional Afternoon Sessions: that contributors disclose will not influence their contributions. Those in a position to control the content of this • Risk Management for Critical • ACLS Recertification 1400-1530 • Pediatric Procedures Lab educational activity are required to disclose to learners all relevant financial relationships with any commercial Patients interests prior to the beginning of the educational activity.    • PALS Recertification 1600-1730 • Electrocardiography: Beyond Resolution of Conflicts of Interest:  Bread and Butter • Trauma Procedures Lab In accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support of CME, the Center for Emergency Medical Education implemented mechanisms, prior to the planning and implementation of this CME activity, to identify and • Ultrasound Guided Hospital • Advanced Ultrasound Lab resolve conflicts of interest for all individuals in a position to control content of this CME activity. Procedures Lab 4 5
  4. 4. res 3 201 usc Free Evening Session, May 2nd — 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Special Pre-Conference Session, May 1st ion itat itat ion usc 201res 3 “Travels in Emergistan: with Your Guide Edwin Leap, MD, FACEP” Full Day Session 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM When you go to work in your hospital, do you ever feel like you’ve traveled to a different country? “Critical Care Bootcamp” If so, it simply means you’ve arrived in the strange, mysterious, Designed for ED and Hospital Medicine Providers. dangerous and oddly compelling land of Emergistan. You aren’t alone, because tens of thousands of professionals work there every day, and millions of citizens immigrate as patients. You have Emergency department and in-hospital providers are to learn the ways of Emergistan in order to do your job, stay safe and stay sane. But fear under more pressure than ever before to practice critical not! Dr. Edwin Leap has travel tips. You know him as the writer of the award-winning care medicine outside the ICU. The simultaneous occurrence of ‘Second Opinion’ column, in Emergency Medicine News. But he is also a travel writer of hospital overcrowding, an aging population, and increasing nursing the first order, having spend 20 years treating, and reporting on, the sick and injured in home referrals of patients with multiple co-morbidities has resulted in a Emergistan. substantial increase in critically ill patients in the hospital, and a national shortage of critical care-trained physicians has brought the burden of We hope you’ll come to his evening session as he discusses various facets of Travels caring for these patients to emergency physicians and hospitalists. These in Emergistan, such as: Percocet as currency. The religion of dog worship. Tattoos as providers are now routinely required to manage patients for prolonged higher art. Chest pain as hobby. Emergistani mating behaviors. Local attire such as periods on ventilators, to initiate and sustain sepsis protocols, to half-tops and cut-offs. The ethics of Emergistan, or ‘It ain’t a lie if it gets the job done.’ Edwin Leap, MD, FACEP...Emissary to Emergistan diagnose and treat the various forms of shock, and to perform advanced In addition, he’ll address the tragedies of Emergistan, like Meth orphans and the cult of Author of the “Second Opinion” article series. techniques in hemodynamic monitoring. The “Critical Care Bootcamp” disability, as well as the hope of Emergistan—chiefly its physicians and nurses. So grab is designed and taught by experts in resuscitation with a single goal in your pith helmet and compass, tuck away a vial of Narcan and come on down for an mind—to train you how to provide optimal care for the most critically evening of adventures. In Emergistan! ill patients in your practice, whether in the ED or on the medical floors. — Course Directors: Teresa Wu MD and Amal Mattu MD What’s included with the 2013 CCB Tuition “The conference really made me proud of what I do.” Topics will include: “The information was relevant, concise and • An Introduction to Shock • Full day of pearl-packed instruction the presentations were informative.” • Airway Management Tips & Tricks from top national faculty. • Pearls and Pitfalls in the Patient with “Keep up the humor.” Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema • Brand new state of the art blended • Which Vasopressor Should I Use? learning environment with • The Crashing Ventilated Patient integrated case-based simulation “Excellent use of surgeons!” • The Crashing Asthmatic sessions for the highest learning • Electroccardiography of the Crashing impact. “You took a burnt out and tired ED physician and got Patient me energized and proud to be an ED doc again.” • How Low Can You Go? An Introduction • Critical Care CME Wallet Card. to the Management of Shock • Exclusive access to the online • Intracranial Bleeds: The Recent Updates RESUSCITATION 2013 CME ACCREDITATION INFORMATION version of the course (not included and Guidelines What Makes resuscitation 2013 Different? This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council • Pearls and Pitfalls in Sepsis • 10 Things to Consider in the Crashing in main course tuition). • A true multi-speciality/multi-discipline conference for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship Patient: Beyond A-B-C and ACLS featuring speakers & attendees from the field to the ICU. of the Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) and the Center for Medical Education, Inc. • Over-the-top multimedia presentations. The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) is accredited • 3 screen “array” of displays throughout the conference room. by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. • State-of-the-art free online version for all attendees. The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) designates • Exceptional hands-on sessions. this Live activity for a maximum of 42.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate • NO pharmaceutical support. with the extent of their participation in the activity. • $1000 of give-aways (books, ipods and more). This conference has been approved by California Prehospital CE Provider #19-0005 for up to 13 EMT-P/MICN continuing education • Exclusive video productions seen only at this live course. credits. California Board of Registered Nurses Continuing Education Provider Number 12345 for up to 42.25 contact hours. 6 7
  5. 5. res 3 201 can’t make it to Vegas? usc Post-Conference Session, May 5th ion itat itat ion usc 201res 3 Full Day Session 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM “Pediatric Emergency Bootcamp 2013” At Home: Conference-on-a-DVD™ A new way to experience the Resuscitation Brand New for 2013! conference! If you can’t make it to Vegas in May, you can now experience the Ever have those days when you wish you had conference in your own living room. This year we will be offering a done a pediatric fellowship? We’ve condensed television DVD version of the conference. everything you need to know about anything you can’t miss into a 1 day course. Using a combination of For $450.00 this disc set will include: Over lecture and simulation sessions, we’ll cover high stress 1. All main conference lectures playable on your $650 in Value for television DVD player One Low Fee situations, from cardiac codes to status epilepticus. Both new literature and a basic algorithmic approach will be 2. Advanced EKG Course reinforced by simulation to give participants practice 3. Printed course syllabus 4. Bonus disc with the iPod/iPhone video files handling these demanding situations. 5. All the MP3 audio files — Course Directors: 6. Resuscitation Certification card Ilene Claudius, MD Mimi Lu, MD * 2013 version available approximately 14 weeks after course but 2012 version available now What’s included with the 2013 Pediatric Emergency Life Support (ACLS/PALS) Recertification Courses Bootcamp tuition: ACLS Recertification, May 3 — 2:00PM - 3:30PM Topics will include: • Full day of pearl-packed instruction PALS Recertification, May 3 — 4:00PM - 5:30PM from top national faculty. • Managing the Crashing (Strokes, PE, and more) Recertify for your required life support courses ACLS and PALS as optional • Brand new state of the art blended Asthmatic • Fever: Management and Pitfalls afternoon sessions. Led by educator Paul Cash from Master Train, latest algorithms • Newborn Resuscitation • Pediatric Trauma: The #1 Killer learning environment with integrated case-based simulation will be covered as well as discussions on the American Heart Association guidelines. We • You Took What??? Drugs of • Head Injury in Kids will administer the AHA written evaluation for ACLS and PALS and those with a passing Abuse & Toxicology • Critical Metabolic Emergencies sessions for the highest learning score of 85% or greater will receive the AHA certificates. • The Critical Cardiac Child: • Sedation/ Procedural Tricks of impact. Congenital & Acquired the Trade Separate sessions during the afternoon will cover ACLS and PALS recertification, Conditions • Shake it Up: Pearls for the • Pediatric Emergency CME Wallet so you can conveniently register for each individually. • Making Pediatric Guidelines Seizing patient Card. Course Requirements: Participants must have previously completed an ACLS/PALS Your PALS • Case-based Simulation Sessions • Exclusive access to the online course for each course respectively. You will not need to provide your expired or • Are They Just Small Adults? • Summary and Ask the Experts version of the course (not included current card for registration. Big Problems in Little People in main course tuition). ACLS Accreditation: The Master Train designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. PALS Accreditation: The Master Train designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. — Course Director: Paul Cash, B.S., L.P., AHA Regional Faculty 8 9
  6. 6. Opt iona ns on Ses l Afte sio rnoSes l Afte Optional Sessions, May 2nd — 2:30-5:30pm Optional Sessions, May 3rd — 2:30-5:30pm sion rnoo a s n ionOpt Ultrasound Guidance for Hospital Procedures Advanced Ultrasound Lab New for 2013 As recommended by national safety guidelines and Ultrasound use is expanding in all directions. Learn the latest in medical societies, learn to use bedside ultrasound to guide advanced ultrasound including the basics of shock assessment, invasive procedures and make them safer and easier. This nerve blocks, ocular & MSK ultrasound and more. optional workshop will feature a one hour didactic lecture followed by a hands-on session with phantoms. This workshop will • Is my shock patient volume resuscitated? include central venous access, peripheral venous lines, paracentesis, • Does my patient have a retinal detachment? thoracentesis, pericardiocentesis, bladder aspiration and foreign • Is the intracranial pressure high? body detection. • How do I provide regional anesthesia for orthopedic care? • How can I assess soft tissue and joints using ultrasound? Register early as class size will be limited to maximize hands-on exposure. Learn the answers to these questions and more at this advanced — Course Directors: ultrasound lab. Registration includes an Advanced Ultrasound Tom Mailhot, MD, RDMS DVD. Dina Seif, MD, MBA, RDMS Class size is limited so register early! — Course Directors: Phil Perera, MD, RDMS New for 2013 Rusty Oshita, MD Electrocardiography: Beyond the Bread and Butter Rapid ECG interpretation remains a critical skill for emergency care. This special course conducted by cardiovascular expert Dr. Jeff Tabas will teach you the latest in: • Diagnostic approach to arrhythmias. Critical Procedures in Trauma: A Hands-On Workshop • Subtle presentations of cardiac ischemia and STEMI. • Recognition of ACS mimics. Learn invasive procedures in trauma from experts in trauma care. This workshop, presented by emergency physicians and trauma surgeons, will teach participants important — Course Director: Jeff Tabas, MD procedures integral to trauma resuscitation. This hands-on lab will make heavy use of multimedia and trauma simulators. Procedures to be covered include: cricothyrotomy, chest tube insertion, and diagnostic peritoneal lavage. Resuscitative Risk Management for Critical Patients New for 2013 thoracotomy will be reviewed in a video-based format. Led by recognized risk management expert Dr. Kevin Klauer, this Get a FREE Emergency Procedures computer DVD with registration! comprehensive review will take you through high-risk emergency Class size will be limited so register early. Learn life-saving procedures scenarios and give you practical strategies that you can integrate into from an experienced team of emergency physicians and trauma your practice tomorrow. The course will cover important elements of surgeons. This hands-on lab will make heavy use of multimedia and history, physical examination, diagnostic workup and differential of trauma simulators. the most risk-associated diagnoses. Procedures to be covered include: open and closed cricothyrotomy, The session will include risk management pearls in: myocardial chest tube insertion and diagnostic peritoneal lavage. Resuscitative ischemia, aortic aneurysms & dissections, subarachnoid hemorrhage thoracotomy will be reviewed in a video-based format. and stroke, trauma & wound complications, ectopic pregnancy, epidural abscess, cauda equina, EMTALA transfers, Pulmonary Get a FREE Emergency Procedures computer DVD with registration! Embolism, and more. Class size will be limited so register early. Learn critical actions, communication principles and the proper — Course Director: Trevor Cardogan, MD documentation of your care. The content of this course can significantly protect your career and is highly recommended. — Course Director: Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP 10 11
  7. 7. got instant replay? res ns on sio rno uscSes l Afte Optional Session, May 4th — 2:30-5:30pm itat ion a ion 201Opt 3 Advanced Pediatric Procedures Lab Sick kids make you sweat? Want to learn critical techniques for pediatric resuscitation? Conducted by the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Divisions at University of Southern California and Loma Linda University, the “Advanced Overslept in Vegas? Pediatric Procedures Lab” has received rave reviews. This special session consists of focused “stations” designed for learners to review and practice life saving techniques used in the treatment of critically ill and injured children. Missed a lecture? The Advanced Pediatric Procedures Lab will provide hands-on opportunity and review of such topics as peripheral and central line insertion, intraosseous and umbilical line insertion, needle cricothyrotomy, jet ventilation, LMA intubation, No problem. and standard endotracheal intubation. Finally to integrate these critical techniques, learners can participate in mock codes run on a high-fidelity infant simulator. We ‘ve got you covered with our “Instant Replay” digital version Space will be limited, so enroll early! — Course Director: Ilene Claudius MD of Resuscitation. High-quality video of the speaker and slide presentations create a “Digital TV” experience where you can catch up, or review your favorite lectures from Resuscitation 2013. You can use these video lectures on your Mac, Free Daily Simulation Lab PC, TV or even your video iPod (*may require easy file conversion for television or video iPod). Simulation based training has been shown to improve patient safety and enhance medical education. Institutions nationwide are utilizing high- fidelity and low-fidelity simulation based training modules to train and Not only will you receive the 2013 online digital version of Resuscitation, but each credential medical staff and personnel. registrant will also get the video files of Resuscitation 2012 on disc! Plus you will We invite you to try out the latest simulation mannequins and training get Emergency Medicine/Acute Care - Critical Appraisal 2012 audio CDs – a $395 tools at the Advanced Medical Technologies and Simulation stations at value. (That’s over $850 of bonus educational material for attending!) the conference this year. Simulation based training instructors and representatives will be available to help show you how simulation can be used to promote adaptive expertise and improve clinical practice. — Course Director: Teresa Wu, MD Need CME now? Your favorite CME conferences. Easy online CME. “Absolutely great! I’ll take this back to my group and it will impact the way I practice.” Streaming video lectures. CME tracker and reporting. “Good balance between clinical practicality and new research.” iPad/iPhone/iPod versions. One low fee. Audio mp3s of every lecture. Subscribe now at “One of the best courses I’ve attended.” www.cmedownload.com! “I have never been disappointed with CME programs by this group.” Simple. Instant. Online CME. “Great to also have the surgical perspective.” “This is a fantastic conference! Funny & entertaining. Great new perspectives to take home to my ER.” 12 13
  8. 8. got vegas? get resuscitation! res 3 201 usc ion itat itat ion usc 201res 3 4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER MAIL TO: I am a: Physician MD/DO Resuscitation 2013 Resident MD/DO* P.O. Box 600, Creamery, PA 19430 Physician Assistant* Nurse Practitioner* FAX TO: (610) 454-9494 Registered Nurse* CALL: (800) 458-4779 EMT/PM* * Verification of License or Residency confirmation letter with date of graduation required for reduced rates. VISIT: www.gotresus.com Step 1. Choose one from the green box: Fees May 2nd-4th Before 2/15 After 2/15 Subtotal: Main Conference Registration (May 2nd-4th) 695.00 749.00 Resident, Nurse, Allied Health* 550.00 595.00 2013 At Home Conference on DVD (playable on television DVD player) 450.00 450.00 2013 Combo Package (live event & DVD version) 895.00 895.00 2012 At Home Conference on DVD 395.00 395.00 (Available right now for immediate shipping.) Step 2. Add a pre-conference or post-conference bootcamp Fees Wednesday, May 1st Before 2/15 After 2/15 Subtotal: Critical Care Bootcamp 595.00 650.00 Sunday May 5th Pediatric Emergency Bootcamp 595.00 650.00 Step 3. Choose optional afternoon session(s): travel information Fees (Choose only one per afternoon) Before 2/15 After 2/15 Subtotal: Thursday, May 2nd 2:30PM-5:30PM Electrocardiography: Beyond the Bread and Butter 175.00 175.00 Ultrasound Guidance for Hospital Procedures 275.00 275.00 Encore at Wynn Las Vegas pampers guests in an intimate atmosphere Risk Management for Critical Patients 225.00 225.00 with 2,034 suites that offer style and comfort. Refuges of sophisticated Friday, May 3rd 2:30PM-5:30PM chic, the suites at Encore are stunning and generously measure at 700 Life Support Recertification: square feet up to 5,800 square feet. Encore continues the Wynn tradition ACLS Recertification 2:00PM-3:30PM 250.00 250.00 of creating extraordinary interiors that elevate the guest experience with PALS Recertification 4:00PM-5:30PM 250.00 250.00 thoughtful detailing, timeless design, impeccable restaurants and exciting Critical Procedures in Trauma: A Hands-On Workshop 450.00 495.00 amenities. Unlike anything anywhere, the environment is uniquely Wynn Advanced Ultrasound Lab 275.00 275.00 and distinctly Encore. Saturday, May 4th 2:30PM-5:30PM Enjoy the finest experience in Las Vegas with your family while catching Pediatric Procedures Lab (Hands-on) 450.00 495.00 up on the latest from the Resuscitation conference. TOTAL: Resuscitation 2013 has booked an exclusive block of rooms at the rate of $209 for the Resort Guest Room and $279 for the Tower Guest Room. Please call 1-866-770-7555 and mention the reservation ID 6CME0413 to take advantage of this special rate. This room block will be available until March 29, 2013 on a first-come, first-serve basis, so call early. Once the block is full, this rate will no longer apply, regardless of the cutoff date. PLEASE NOTE: All cancellations must be made in writing to: “RESUSCITATION 2013” to the address above. Main course cancellations are subject to $50 admin fee and hands-on courses are further subject to $100 fee. 14 15
  9. 9. r e ! y fo nsit r tif S O 3 ce AL 201 Re & P 3, LS May AC Over $850 of Experience FREE educational at Home materials “Conference-on-a-DVD” included!! 2013 eg Wy sor 3Br ay Em mp“P s V e Re 01 an 5, M tric tca ed B as nn t La th e , 2 d 20 rg ia oo at cor -5 Ne 13 en 1 V w ,N En ay ! M e ” 16 cy