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TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2020
CAESARS PALACE • LAS VEGAS
April 6-8, 2020

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Sunday, April 5

7:00 am Registration Opens
MEDICAL DISASTER RESPONSE 2020
Palace Tower, 3rd Floor, Promenade Level
3:00-5:30 pm Early Registration
TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE, & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2020
Palace Tower, 4th floor, Emperors Level
Palace Ballroom Registration Desk

Monday, April 6

6:30 – 8:00 Continental Breakfast Served in Exhibit Hall
7:00 Registration
Palace Tower, 4th floor, Emperors Level

SESSION 1
HOT TOPICS

Moderator: Chadwick P. Smith

7:30-7:45 TCCACS 2020: Review/Preview
Kenneth L. Mattox
7:45-8:00 Blowing Your Mind: TBI and the Role of Damage Control Craniectomy
Matthew J. Martin
8:00-8:15 The Bleeding Edge: Novel Blood Products in Trauma Resuscitation
Jennifer M. Gurney
8:15-8:30 Pain Management – Centering the Pendulum
Jay A. Johannigman
8:30-8:45 Bad to the Bone: Spine and Spinal Cord Injury
Bellal A. Joseph
8:45-9:00 REBOA Indications 2020
Bellal A. Joseph
9:00-9:15 Bowel Obstruction, Appendicitis and Diverticulitis:
New Treatments for Old Problems
Scott R. Steele
9:15-9:30 ECMO In Trauma
Hasan B. Alam
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:

Hasan B. Alam
Elizabeth R. Benjamin
Joseph J. DuBose

Alexander L. Eastman
Jennifer M. Gurney
Martin A. Schreiber
Chadwick P. Smith

SESSION 3
LUNCHEON SESSION

Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox, MD, FACS

12:00 – 1:30

“Trauma From the Other Side of the Table”

R. Todd Maxson, MD, FACS

Chief of Trauma/Burns
Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Professor of Surgery
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Little Rock, Arkansas

SESSION 4
HOW I DO IT

Moderator: Bellal A. Joseph

1:30-1:45 Complex hernias- Novel Techniques, Meshes and Strategies
Carlos V. R. Brown
1:45-2:00 Complex Diaphragmatic Hernia
Kenji Inaba
2:00-2:15 Retroperitoneal Approach to the Spine
Sydney J. Vail
2:15-2:30 Video-Assisted Retroperitoneal Approach to Pancreatic Debridement:
The Road Less Traveled
Andrew C. Bernard
2:30-2:45 Exposing Retroperitoneal Vascular Injuries
Michael J. Sise
2:45-3:00 Cooling Post Traumatic Arrest Patients
Mark J. Seamon
3:00-3:10 Management of Lung Injury (Video/Lecture)
Elizabeth R. Benjamin
3:10-3:40
3:40-4:00
Panel Discussion
Break & Visit Exhibits

 

SESSION 5
INNOVATION & APPLICATION

Moderator: Ali Salim

4:00-4:15 Peripheral Vascular Trauma: Endovascular vs Open Repair 2020 
Mark J. Seamon
4:15-4:30 TBI In Kids
R. Todd Maxson
4:30-4:45 The Acute Care Surgery Model 2020
Andrew C. Bernard
4:45-5:00 Prehospital Interventions That Should Be Abandoned
Chris Cribari
5:00-5:15 Panel Discussion

SESSION 6
MEET THE MASTERS
TCC & ACS EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES

5:15 – 6:30
Moderator: Kenneth L. Mattox

  • Required focused or additional training or certification
  • Practice opportunities
  • Satisfaction levels for this area of surgery
  • Research opportunities
  • Ongoing education opportunities
  • New trends in the field

Tuesday, April 7

7:00-8:30 Continental breakfast served in Exhibit Hall

SESSION 7
CRITICAL TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE TREATMENT

Moderator: Carlos V. R. Brown

7:30-7:45 Steroids in the ICU:  Passe’ or Pertinent?
Jay J. Doucet
7:45-8:00 Rescue Ventilation – APRV
Bellal A. Joseph
8:00-8:15 Old Tech, New Ap, and the Ripple Effect –
Enhancing Acute Care in Critical Access Hospitals
Alison Wilson
8:15-8:30 The Sepsis 3 Guidelines and Management Pearls
Sheldon H. Teperman
8:30-8:45 DVT Prophylaxis in TBI, Spine, and Solid Organs
Martin A. Schreiber
8:45-9:00 Vasopressors – Use and Misuse
Mark J. Kaplan
9:00-9:15 ICU Nutrition: Food for Thought
Elizabeth R. Benjamin
9:15-9:30 Nonhemorrhagic Shock in the ICU
Chris Cribari
9:30-10:00 Panel Discussion
10:00-10:30 Break & Visit Exhibits

SESSION 8
HOUDINI SESSION

Moderator: David Zonies

10:30-10:45 Mediastinal Traverse
Matthew J. Martin
10:45-11:00 Giant Gastric Ulcer – What Now?
Miguel Cubano
11:00-11:15 Caustic Burns of Upper GI Tract
David M. Notrica
11:15-11:30 Trauma Patient on Three Bad Anticoagulants
Sheldon H. Teperman
11:30-11:45 Severe Necrotizing Pancreatitis
Andrew C. Bernard
11:45-12:00 The Pregnant Trauma Patient
Andre R. Campbell
12:00-12:15 Common Bile Duct Injury – Now What?
Jennifer M. Gurney
12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion

INDEPENDENT SATELLITE LUNCHEON PROGRAM*

12:30 – 2:00
*Independent satellite luncheon program(s) are not accredited by or affiliated with the American College of Surgeons or Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2019.

SESSION 9
CAPSULE COMMENTARIES – EVOLVING ISSUES AND ANNUAL UPDATES

Moderator: Elizabeth Benjamin

2:00-2:08 Tips and Pitfalls in Measuring Bladder Pressures
Demetrios Demetriades
2:08-2:16 Initial Stabilization of Exremity Fractures
Sydney J. Vail
2:16-2:24 Hybrid Rooms – Are They All They Are Cracked Up To Be?
Matthew J. Wall, Jr.
2:24-2:32 Trauma to the Face – What To Do?
Lynette Scherer
2:32-2:40 Blunt Abdominal Trauma in Children
David M. Notrica
2:40-2:48 Small Bowel Obstruction – How NOT to Diagnose
Scott R. Steele
2:48-2:56 Minimal TBI – Keep or Send?
Bellal A. Joseph
2:56-3:20 Break & Visit Exhibits

SESSION 10
CASE MANAGEMENT SESSION “STRICTLY RURAL”

3:20 – 4:45
Moderator: Jay A. Johannigman

Panelists:

Chris Cribari
Matthew J. Eckert
Col. Stephen C. Rush
Richard A. Sidwell
Alison Wilson

SESSION 11
COMPLICATIONS OF TRAUMA & ACUTE CARE SURGERY

4:45 – 6:30
Moderator: Lynette Scherer

4:45-5:00 Nonocclusive Mesenteric Ischemia
Michael J. Sise
5:00-5:15 Blunt Duodenal Trauma –
A Complication From the “Get Go”
Carlos V. R. Brown
5:15-5:30 Pelvic Fracture Bleeding – Has Zone III REBOA
Changed the Algorithm?
Martin A. Schreiber
5:30-5:45 The Geriatric Trauma Patient – What Can Go Wrong?
Ali Salim
5:45-6:00 The Trauma Patient with Comorbidities
Robert C. Mackersie
6:00 – 6:30 Panel Discussion

SESSION 12
MEET THE PROFESSOR/DISCUSS THE ISSUES RECEPTION/DANCE

7:00 – 9:30
RECEPTION/DANCE
Augustus Ballroom, Palace Tower, 4th floor

Wednesday, April 17

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

Moderator: Michael J. Sise

6:30-8:30 Continental Breakfast Served in Exhibit Hall
7:00-7:15 What are the Risks of Risk Assessment Tools?
Scott R. Steele
7:15-7:30 Pediatric Trauma Patient at Adult Trauma Center – What Next?
David M. Notrica
7:30-7:45 Pre-medication in the Field/EC – Consequences to Patient and Surgical ICU Post Operative Team
Kenji Inaba
7:45-8:00 Unblinding Trauma Center Outcomes
Mark J. Kaplan
8:00-8:30 Panel Discussion

SESSION 14
ANNUAL TRAUMA DEBATE

8:30 – 9:30
Moderator: Alexander L. Eastman

Resolved:

Prehospital TXA is essential to safe and effective care of the trauma patient

Pro Position: Alison Wilson
Con Position: Martin A. Schreiber

9:30-10:00 Break & Visit Exhibits

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

Moderator: Carlos V.R. Brown

10:00-10:15 PAN Scan – Scan Them ‘Till They Glow
Sydney J. Vail
10:15-10:30 Practice Guildelines – Do They Always Lead You Down the Right Path?
Alexander L. Eastman
10:30-10:45 Heroic Saves in Elderly and Children – Knowing When to Stop
Sheldon H. Teperman
10:45:11:00 Has the General Surgeon Given “The Farm” to the Specialists?
Chris Cribari
11:00-11:25 Panel Discussion

SESSION 16
COMMENTARY ON LESSONS LEARNED

11:25-1:00 Commentary On and Review of Presentations
Kenneth L. Mattox

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