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March 20-22, 2017

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TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTECARE SURGERY 2017
MARCH 20-22, CAESARS PALACE
LAS VEGAS, NV





SUNDAY, 2017

7:00 a.m.  
Registration

MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2017
Palace Tower, 3rd Floor, Promenade Level
3:00-5:30 p.m.  
Early Registration

TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2017
Palace Tower, 4th Floor, Emperors Level
Palace Tower Registration Desk
 

MONDAY March 20,2017

6:30-8:30   Continental Breakfast served in Exhibit Hall
6:30   Registration
Palace Tower, 4th Floor, Emperors Level

SESSION 1
HOT BUTTON ISSUES


Moderator: Demetrios Demetriades
7:30 - 8:00  

Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2017 -
50 Years of Education Excellence
Setting the Stage; Review/Preview
Kenneth L. Mattox

8:00 - 8:15  

MiliTary/Civilian Collaboration - 0% Preventable Deaths
Matthew J. Martin

8:15 - 8:30   Let them Go, or Make Them Glow?
Imaging in Peds and Pregnancy
Ali Salim
8:30 8:45   Should TEG/ROTEM be a Standard of Care?
Martin A. Schreiber
8:45 - 9:00  

Opioid Medications: New Options and Strategies for the Trauma Surgeon
Sheldon H. Teperman

9:00 - 9:15  

Moving the Needle: Optimizing Interventions for Tension Pneumothorax
Kenji Inaba

9:15 - 9:30   The Surgery Team's Response to a Terror Attack
The Dallas Experience
Alexander L. Eastman
9:30 - 10:00   Panel Discussion
10:00–10:30   Break & Visit Exhibits

SESSION 2
CASE MANAGEMENT

 
10:30 – 12:00
Moderator: Alison Wilson
Panelists:
Demetrios Demetriades
Alexander L. Eastman
Kenneth L. Mattox
Lynette Scherer
Martin A. Schreiber
Matthew J. Wall, Jr.

SESSION 3
LUNCHEON SESSION
You Heard It Here First

12:00-1:30
Luncheon Served
Augustus Ballroom, Palace Tower, 4th Floor

Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox
"50 Years of Classic Papers From The Journal of Trauma"

Ernest E. Moore, MD, FACS
Distinguished Professor
Vice Chairman of Research
University of Colorado
Editor
Journal of Trauma & Acute Care Surgery
Denver, CO


SESSION 4
SEE ONE; DO ONE
VIDEO / TALKS

Moderator: Ali Salim
1:30-1:40   Rib Plating
Chris Cribari
1:40-1:50  

Laryngotracheal Injuries
Demetrios Demetriades

1:50-2:00   Laparoscopic Management of Small Bowel Obstruction
Oscar D. Guillamondegui
2:00-2:10   Popliteal Artery Injuries
Michael J. Sise
2:10-2:20   Fasciotomy of the Lower Extremity
Kenji Inaba
2:20-2:30   Brachial Artery Injuries
Carlos V.R. Brown
2:30-2:40   Retrohepatic IVC Injuries
Elizabeth Benjamin
2:40-3:00   Break & Visit Exhibits

SESSION 5
THE HOUDINI SESSION -
HOW DO I GET OUT OF THIS
ONE?

Moderator: Robert C. Mackersie
3:00-3:15   Perforated Infected Umbilical Hernia in Cirrhotic Patient
Sheldon H. Teperman
3:15-3:30   Complex Airway Management: Tips and Tricks
Mathew J. Wall, Jr.

3:30-3:45

 

C. Difficile Toxic Megacolon
Kimberly A. Davis

3:45-4:00   Rescue, Repair, or Remove? Operative Management of High Grade Kidney Injuries
Michael CoburnPan
4:00-4:15  

Deep Trouble: Destructive Rectal Injury Management
Scott R. Steele

4:15-4:30   Big Bad Burn; No Burn Center
Hamed Amani
4:30-5:00   Panel Discussion

SESSION 6
CASE MANAGEMENT SESSION 2
"STRICTLY RURAL"

5:00 - 6:30
Moderator: Carlos V.R. Brown

 

Panelists:
Chris Cribari
Oscar D. Guillamondegui
R. Todd Maxson
Alison Wilson

Attendee Panelists:
Rachael Keilin
Scott Norwood


TUESDAY MORNING, March 21, 2017

SESSION 7
INNOVATION VS. TRADITION

Moderator: Matthew J. Wall, Jr.
7:00-8:30   Continental breakfast served in Exhibit Hall
7:30-7:45   Pelvic Injuries . Direct Operation > Packing > Endovascular >
Alison Wilson
7:45-8:00  

Who's in Charge? Evolution of Management of the ICU Patient
Andre R. Campbell

8:00-8:15   The Battle of the Bulge: Evolution of Hernia Management
Sydney J. Vail
8:15-8:30  

Stay and Play ER > Direct to OR >
David B. Hoyt

8:30-8:45  

Open or Closed? The MIS Revolution Applied to Trauma and ACS
Matthew J. Martin

8:45 - 9:00   OR > IR > Hybrid >
Ramyar Gilani
9:00 - 9:30   Panel Discussion
9:30-10:00   Break & Visit Exhibits

SESSION 8
CRITICAL TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE

Moderator: Lynette Scherer
10:00-10:15  

Massive Pulmonary Embolism: Lyse, Suction, or Operate?
George C. Velmahos

10:15-10:30   Ventilation Frustration: Ventilator Events, Complications, and Infections
Martin A. Schreiber
10:30-10:45   Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections: ICU Challenges
Hamed Amani
10:45-11:00   Hemodynamic Monitoring of the Injured Patient: From CVP to Focused Echocardiography
Jay A. Johannigman
11:00-11:15  

Food for Thought: ICU Nutrition - Practice Guidelines 2017
Matthew J. Martin

11:15-11:30   Surviving Sepsis Guidelines: Saving Lives or Perpetuating a Fallacy?
Kimberly A. Davis
11:30-11:45   The Dog that Caught the Truck - Or, What Do I Do with This Kid in My ICU?
R. Todd Maxson
11:45 - 12:00   Renal Replacement Therapy
Mark J. Kaplan
12:00-12:30   Panel Discussion
12:30-2:00

Free Time

 
12:30-2:00 Independent Satellite Luncheon Program
REGISTER NOW!  SPACE LIMITED
Click here to Register:  www.cvent.com/d/dvq6v6

ADVANCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SOFT TISSUE INFECTIONS AND ENTERIC FISTULAS

D. Demetriades, MD, PhD, FACS
Professor of Surgery
Director, Trauma/Emergency Surgery/SICU
USC School of Medicine
Los Angeles, CA

 

Mark J. Kaplan, MD, FACS
Chief, Division Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Albert Einstein Medical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Professor of Surgery
Thomas Jefferson School of Medicine
Philadelphia, PA

Casey Thomas, DO FACS
Senior Staff Surgeon
Henry Ford Medical Center – Detroit
Department of Surgery
Division of Acute Care Surgery


*This independent satellite luncheon program is not accredited by or affiliated with the American College of Surgeons or Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2017

 

SESSION 9
CAPSULE COMMENTARIES
BASIC GUIDELINES AND
ANNUAL UPDATES

Moderator: Chris Cribari
2:00 - 2:08   Management of Agitation & Delirium
Chadwick P. Smith
2:08 - 2:16   The Waiting Game: Optimizing Plasma Delivery for Damage Control Resuscitation
Andrew C. Bernard
2:16 - 2:24   Prehospital Cervical Collars and Spinal Boards: Protecting the Spine or Another Myth?
Lance E. Stuke
2:24 - 2:32   Local Control of Enterocutaneous Fistula
Miguel A. Cubano
2:32 - 2:40   Open Fracture: Timing, Antibiotics, Washout, and the Role of Antibiotic beads
Martin A. Schreiber
2:40 - 2:48   Repeat Head CT for Mild TBI
Robert C. Mackersie
2:48 - 2:56   Suboxone and Other Street Drugs in Your Trauma Patient
Carlos V.R. Brown
2:56 - 3:04   SGWs: Pitfalls and Managment
Raul Combra
3:04 - 3:12   Large Hemothorax in the Critical Access Hospital
Sydney J. Vail
3:12 - 3:20   Organ Donation After Cardiac Death
Ali Salim
3:20 - 3:40   Break and Visit Exhibits

SESSION 10
MY WORST NIGHTMARE COMES TRUE

Moderator: Raul Coimbra
3:40 - 3:55 Rural Trauma Patient on Blood Thinners
Lynette Scherer
3:55 - 4:10 Was That the Ureter? Management of Intraoperative Injuries
Michael Coburn
4:10 - 4:25 Peripheral Vascular Injury Requiring Reconstruction in the Pediatric Patient
R. Todd Maxson
4:25 - 4:40 Ischemic Mesenteric Catastrophes
Ramyar Gilani
4:40 - 4:55 No Man's Land: Bowel Obstructions in the Irradiated Pelvis
Scott R. Steele
4:55 - 5:30 Panel Discussion

SESSION 11
MEET THE MASTERS

5:30 – 6:30
Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox
"Meet the Masteres - Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery: Past, Present, Future"

Surgical residents, trauma & acute care surgery fellows, medical students and attendees participate with the faculty in an interactive session on training and the trauma and acute care surgery profession - where are we now? Where are we going?


  • is the graduating GS resident ready to take trauma call?
  • What is TTP?
  • Simulation Training - Pros/Cons
  • Zach was right - if stranded on a desert operating room, what single book would I want (besides Top Knife)?
  • What is Acute Care Surgery?
  • Acute Care Surgery vs. Critical Care Surgery
  • Role of the traveling trauma surgeon

SESSION 12
MEET THE PROFESSOR
DISCUSS THE ISSUES

RECEPTION/DANCE
7:00 – 9:00
Augustus Ballroom, Palace Tower, 4th Floor


WEDNESDAY MORNING, March 22, 2017


SESSION 13
HENRY C. CLEVELAND FORUM ON
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN
TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE &
ACUTE CARE SURGERY

6:30-8:30 Continental breakfast served in Exhibit Hall

Moderator: Henry C. Cleveland
7:00-7:15   The More the Merrier? Trauma Center Proliferation
Ronald M. Stewart
7:15-7:30   MARCA
David B. Hoyt
7:30-7:45   Do Quality Measures Really Mean Quality
Michael L. Cheatham
7:45-8:00  

Globalization of Trauma
Raul Coimbra

8:00-8:30  
Panel Discussion

SESSION 14
ANNUAL TRAUMA DEBATE
HOT TOPIC 2017

8:30-9:30
Moderator: Matthew J. Martin
Resolved: REBOA is a technology ready for use in the field, ER, OR,

Pro: Kenji Inaba
Con: Ali Salim

9:30-9:50   Break

SESSION 15
WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY, AND "HE IS US"

Moderator: Sheldon H. Teperman
9:50-10:05   The Weaponization of Peer Review: Tips and Strategies for the Surgeon
Andrew C. Bernard
10:05-10:20  

Why Am I Here? The Power of Touch
Jay A. Johannigman

10:20-10:35  

Ethics: When the Patient With Reversible Condition Requests Comfort Only
Michael J. Sise

10:35-10:50   Services and Handoffs: Who is the Patient's Doctor? Does Anyone Really Know?
Ronald M. Stewart
10:50 -11:15   Panel Discussion

SESSION 16
THE FINAL WORD

11:15 - 1:00   Commentary on and Review of Presentations
Kenneth L. Mattox

 

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