Satellite Luncheon

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Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Surgery 2024

April 15-17, 2024


Tuesday, March 28, 2023
12:30 – 2:00 PM

This year, we are pleased to offer two Satellite Luncheon Program options

Innovative Approaches To The Management Of Challenging Surgical Site Complications: From Open Abdomen And Complex Wounds To High-Risk Surgical Incisions


Augustus Ballroom 1-2, Caesars Palace Las Vegas


Join our panel of experts who will discuss some of their most challenging cases in traumatic and critical care surgery.   They will discuss the complexities of managing  these wounds and the  evidence supporting treatment options including negative pressure therapy.   Attendees will understand strategies to optimize patient outcomes and help to prevent surgical site complications.   Bring your questions!  This will be an engaging discussion between attendees and faculty experts.


Demetrios Demetriades, MD, PhD, FACS

Professor of Surgery,
USC School of Medicine
Director of Trauma, Emergency Surgery
And Surgical Critical Care  LAC+USC Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA

Marc R. Matthews, MD, MS, MCG, FACS, FASGS

Associate Professor of Surgery
University of Arizona (Tucson/Phoenix)
Creighton University (Phoenix)
Midwestern University (Glendale)
AT Still University (Mesa)

Mark J. Kaplan, MD, FACS

Chairman, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Associate Chairman, Department of Surgery
Albert Einstein Medical Center
Philadelphia, PA

Casey Thomas, DO, FACS

The Surgicalist Group
Chief Medical Officer
National Acute Care Surgery Director
Abrazo Health
Department of Surgery
Division of Trauma Surgery and Surgical Critical Care

True Partial REBOA: Breaking The 30 Minute Barrier. Case Reports From The Field


Augustus Ballroom 3-4, Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Learning Objectives:

  • How to Overcome the 30-Minute Barrier
  • Process Considerations for Successful Procedures
  • Occlusion Strategies Enabled by True Partial REBOATM

Moderator: M. Chance Spalding, DO PhD FACS


  • Juan C. Duchesne, MD FACS FCCP FCCM, Tulane University
  • Jonathan Nguyen, DO FACS FACOS, Grady Memorial Hospital
  • Jill Streams, MD FACS, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • Matthew Vassy MD FACS, Northeast Georgia Medical Center

*These independent satellite luncheon programs are not accredited by or affiliated with the American College of Surgeons or Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2023.

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