Saturday
2019-09-21
Lecture Hall
Sunday
2019-09-22
Lecture Hall
Lecture Hall
Lecture Hall
08:00 - 08:30
LATEST NYSORA’S REVERSE ULTRASOUND ANATOMY: UPPER AND LOWER EXTREMITIES AND TRUNCAL BLOCKS

Admir Hadzic

08:30 - 09:00
TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: LATEST FAST-TRACK PROTOCOLS

Ana Lopez

09:00 - 09:30
TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY: LATEST FAST-TRACK PROTOCOLS

Admir Hadzic

09:30 - 10:00
ESOPHAGECTOMY AND THORACIC SURGERY PROTOCOLS

Daryl Henshaw

10:00 - 10:30
COFFEE BREAK
10:30 - 11:00
WRONG SITE BLOCKS: CURRENT STATE AND SOLUTIONS

20 minute lecture – 10 minutes Q&A

Daryl Henshaw

11:00 - 12:00
LIPOSOMAL BUPIVACAINE FOR MAJOR SHOULDER SURGERY vs INTERSCALENE CATHETER FOR MAJOR SHOULDER SURGERY

LIPOSOMAL BUPIVACAINE FOR MAJOR SHOULDER SURGERY Adam Bromberg |
VS
INTERSCALENE CATHETER FOR MAJOR SHOULDER SURGERY Neil Hanson

 

20 minute lectures – 20 minutes discussion & Q&A

12:00 - 12:30
UPDATE ON TAP BLOCKS AND QL BLOCKS – INDICATIONS AND EVIDENCE

20 minute lecture – 10 minutes Q&A

Michael Akerman

12:30 - 13:00
UPDATE ON PEC BLOCKS AND ERECTOR SPINAE BLOCKS – INDICATIONS AND EVIDENCE

20 minute lecture – 10 minutes Q&A

Ana Lopez

13:00 - 14:00
LUNCH BREAK
13:15 - 14:00
LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

Admir Hadzic

14:00 - 15:30
ERAS COMPONENTS AND “NEWER” METHODS FOR REDUCING OPIOID REQUIREMENTS
  • KETAMINE Michael Akerman
  • LIDOCAINE INFUSION Neil Hanson
  • MAGNESIUM James Turner
  • ESMOLOL Doug Jaffe
  • PANEL DISCUSSION

15 minute lectures – 30 minute panel & Q&A

15:30 - 17:30
OPTIONAL WORKSHOP: UPDATES ON ULTRASOUND-GUIDED UPPER EXTREMITY BLOCKS

Workshop Leads: Ana Lopez & Catherine Vandepitte

 

The unique format of this workshop is designed to provide you with a whole range of skills to perform the most frequently indicated blocks in your everyday practice.

  • Description of the technique, main indications and patient preparation.
  • In depth overview of the relevant 3D anatomy with simultaneous correlation with the sono-anatomy on live model, to better understand the foundations of bloc efficacy and safety
  • Ample time to practice the scanning techniques on models and learn how to obtain the optimal US images for the most common approaches guided by expert instructors
  • Discussions on block techniques, tips and tricks

 

Content:

  • Interscalene and Supraclavicular blocks
  • Infraclavicular block
  • Axillary and distal nerve blocks

 

Target audience: Practitioners willing to acquire and/or improve their skills in performing the most useful ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks.

08:00 - 09:00
EXTENDING THE DURATION OF SINGLE – INJECTION BLOCKS

REVIEW MORE TRADITIONAL ADDITIVES
– EPINEPHRINE, CLONIDINE, DEXMEDETOMIDINE

Doug Jaffe

EXPLORE NEWER ADDITIVES
– DEXAMETHASONE (IV AND PERINEURAL), BUPRENORPHINE, MAGNESIUM

James Turner

09:00 - 09:30
ANESTHETIC CARE OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING PRIMARY HIP AND KNEE ANTHROPLASTY

RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS ON ANESTHESIA RELATED OUTCOMES AFTER SURGERY (ICARGOS) GROUP

Jiabin Liu

09:00 - 09:30
ANESTHETIC CARE OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING PRIMARY HIP AND KNEE ANTHROPLASTY: RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS ON ANESTHESIA RELATED OUTCOMES AFTER SURGERY (ICARGOS) GROUP

Jiabin Liu

09:30 - 10:00
ANALGESIC OPTIONS FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE THORACIC SURGERY
  • TEA James Turner
  • PVB Daryl Henshaw
  • INTER COSTAL Doug Jaffe
  • ERECTOR SPINAE Daryl Henshaw
09:30 - 10:00
COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 12:00
ASSESSING COMPETANCY IN LEARNERS/TRAINEES

NYSORA ULTRASOUND CERTIFICATION

Admir Hadzic

12:00 - 12:30
INDICATIONS AND UTILITY OF PECS BLOCKADE OUTSIDE OF BREAST SURGERY

Daryl Henshaw

12:30 - 13:15
LUNCH BREAK
13:15 - 15:15
OPTIONAL WORKSHOP: UPDATES ON ULTRASOUND-GUIDED LOWER EXTREMITY BLOCKS

Workshop Leads: Ana Lopez & Catherine Vandepitte

 

The unique format of this workshop is designed to provide you with a whole range of skills to perform the most frequently indicated blocks in your everyday practice.

  • Description of the technique, main indications and patient preparation.
  • In depth overview of the relevant 3D anatomy with simultaneous correlation with the sono-anatomy on live model, to better understand the foundations of bloc efficacy and safety
  • Ample time to practice the scanning techniques on models and learn how to obtain the optimal US images for the most common approaches guided by expert instructors
  • Discussions on block techniques, tips and tricks


Content:

  • Fascia iliaca block, Femoral nerve and subsartorial blocks
  • Subgluteal and Popliteal sciatic nerve blocks
  • Distal nerves at the level of the ankle


Target audience
: Practitioners willing to acquire and/or improve their skills in performing the most useful ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks.

 

15:15 - 15:30
COFFEE BREAK
15:30 - 17:30
OPTIONAL WORKSHOP: UPDATES ON ADVANCED BLOCKS

Workshop Leads: Ana Lopez & Catherine Vandepitte

 

This session will follow the format of a master class delivered by top experts in the field, covering the essential knowledge, scanning practice tips and tricks and safety precautions that are essential to perform neuraxial and truncal blocks


Goals:

  • Description of the techniques, main indications and patient preparation.
  • In depth overview of the relevant 3D anatomy with simultaneous correlation with the sono-anatomy on live model, to better understand the foundations of bloc efficacy and safety
  • Live demonstration of systematic scanning techniques to identify standard views
  • Practice the scanning techniques on models and learn how to obtain the optimal US images for the most common approaches guided by expert instructors
  • Discussions on block techniques, tips and tricks


Content:

  • Neuraxial Techniques
  • Paravertebral and Erector Spinae
  • Pectoral nerves and Serratus Plane blocks
  • TAP blocks & Quadratus lumborum


Target audience
: Practitioners with interest in introducing US guidance to spinal and epidural techniques, and US-guided paravertebral blocks.

 

 

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