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Welcome! Please find the current preliminary program for the 2019 summit listed below. Note that any aspect of this program is subject to change and the below program should not be considered final including presentation timings and poster numbers.


  Thu - Mar 04      Fri - Mar 05      Sat - Mar 06   

SATURDAY, MARCH 6

10:00 - 11:15 AM
LECTURE
PLENARY SESSION 8: PERIOPERATIVE QUALITY MEASUREMENT, HEALTH LITERACY
Chair/Organizer: Angela F. Edwards, MD, FASA


10:00

THE FUTURE OF PERIOPERATIVE QUALITY MEASUREMENT
Lee A. Fleisher, MD1, 2. 1Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care and Medicine Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania . 2CMS Chief Medical Officer and Director of the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services


10:30

VALUE OF HEALTH LITERACY ASSESSMENT
Angela Bader, MD, MPH. Harvard Medical School


11:00

Q&A.

11:45 - 12:45 PM
LECTURE
PLENARY SESSION 9: PERIOPERATIVE ANEMIA AND TRANSFUSION
Chair/Organizer: Kurt Pfeifer, MD, FACP, SFHM, Ross Kerridge, MBBS, FRCA


11:45

PREOPERATIVE ANEMIA: DIAGNOSIS, TESTING AND TREATMENT
BobbieJean Sweitzer, MD, FACP. Northwestern University


12:15

BEYOND RBC: EVIDENCE FOR PERIOPERATIVE ADMINISTRATION OF FFP AND PLATELETS
Moises Auron, MD. Cleveland Clinic


12:30

Q&A.

1:00 - 2:00 PM
SATELLITE SYMPOSIA
CORPORATE SYMPOSIUM SPONSORED BY CAPTION HEALTH

This session will feature experts in anesthesiology, cardiology, and artificial intelligence engaged in AI-guided ultrasound image acquisition and interpretation approaches to echocardiography. The program will be composed of various educational formats including real-world echocardiography cases and didactic presentations on the role of artificial intelligence in medicine.

Learning Objectives:
  • Share case studies demonstrating the impact of AI-enabled point-of-care ultrasound
  • Learn how artificial intelligence approaches in medicine empowers healthcare providers
  • Discuss new technology with potential to change patient care



  • REAL-WORLD APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN PERIOPERATIVE ANESTHESIA
    Randolph Martin, MD, FACC, FASE, FESC1, Rohan Panchamia, MD2, Ali Chaudhry3. 1Emeritus Professor of Cardiology, Emory School of Medicine; Past President of ASE; CMO, Caption Health . 2Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology a Critical Care Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine . 3Director of Product, Caption Health

    1:00 - 1:05 PM
    POSTER SESSION
    ON-DEMAND POSTER SESSION


    1

    ASSESSING OPIOID-INDUCED RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION(OIRD) IN PATIENTS DURING THE PERIOPERATIVE PERIOD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES(UAMS).
    LATHA M ACHANTA, C HEATH GAUSS. UAMS, LITTLE ROCK, AR, USA


    2

    NOVEL PERIOPERATIVE PATHWAY FOR ACUTE GERIATRIC HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS
    Lily L Ackermann1, Eric S Schwenk2, Yair A Lev1, Howard H Weitz1. 1Dept Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA. 2Dept Anesthesiology, Thomas Jefferson University, PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA


    3

    A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF TELEMEDICINE FOR PREANESTHESIA EVALUATION
    Nasrin Aldawoodi1, Aaron Muncey2, Andrew Serdiuk3, Melissa Miller4, Mark Hanna5, Rosemarie Garcia-Getting6. 1H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA. 2H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA. 3H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA. 4H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA. 5H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA. 6H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA


    4

    A SPECIALIZED PREOPERATIVE TEAM OPTIMIZING HOSPITELIZED SURGICAL PATIENTS CAN REDUCE OPERATING ROOM DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS
    Nathalie Bentov1, Edie Shen2, Padmini Harchandrai3, Tess Boeker3. 1University of Washington, Department of Family Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA. 2University of Washington, Department of Internal medicine, Seattle, WA, USA. 3Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA, USA. 4Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA, USA


    5

    RAPID ADOPTION OF TELEMEDICINE FOR PRE-OPERATIVE OPTIMIZATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    Kenneth C. Cummings , Maureen C. Keshock. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA


    6

    THE SUCESSFUL USE OF TELEMEDICINE IN A HIGH VOLUME PREADMISSION TESTING CENTER
    Janeen W Duckworth, Catriona M Harrop, Amy M Della Penna. Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, USA


    7

    OPERATIONALIZING SARS-COV2 TESTING OF ASYMPTOMATIC PRE-ANESTHESIA OUTPATIENTS IN AN ESTABLISHED PREOPERATIVE CLINIC: AN INNOVATIVE SOLUTION
    Marjorie S Gloff1, Renee L Robinson1, Heather L Lander1, Sonia G Pyne1, Matthew C Miller2, Michael P Eaton1, Lynn R Correll1. 1University of Rochester Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Rochester, NY, USA. 2University of Rochester Department of Otolaryngology, Rochester, NY, USA


    8

    PREVENTING PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION WHEN OFF OF ANTICOAGULANTS FOR TOTAL KNEE OR HIP REPLACEMENT
    Eric E. Harrison2, 3, 4, Sachin V. Diwadhar1, Nghia H. Ho3, 4, Kenneth Gustke1, Thomas Bernasek1, Grant Garlick1, Steven Lyons1, David Donahue1, Hamza Paracha3, 4, Sarah Trunell3, 4, Christopher J. Augustine3, 4. 1Florida Orthopedics, TAMPA, FL, USA. 2Morsani College of Medicine, TAMPA, FL, USA. 3Harrison Research Group, TAMPA, FL, USA. 4Privacors, TAMPA, FL, USA


    9

    OPTIMISING PREOPERATIVE DIABETIC CONTROL
    Frederick M. S. Hull, Anthony W. Huckle, Jonathan Veitch. Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham, United Kingdom


    10

    PREOPERATIVE PROCESSES IN ADULT PATIENTS PRIOR TO CATARACT EXTRACTION: THE QUEST FOR HIGH-VALUE, PATIENT CENTERED CARE
    Carolyn L Jackson1, Vinciya Pandian2. 1Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD, USA. 2Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD, USA


    11

    A MULTIDISCIPLINARY QUALITY INITIATIVE TO DECREASE SURGICAL SITE INFECTIONS IN COLECTOMY SURGICAL PATIENTS
    Eric G. Johnson1, Sandra J. Beck2, John T. McLarney3, Julie L. Hudson4, Dan Davenport2, Ann N. O'Connor5, Corey T. Lown6, Jitesh A. Patel2. 1University of Kentucky HealthCare, Department of Pharmacy, Lexington, KY, USA. 2University of Kentucky HealthCare, Department of Surgery, Lexington, KY, USA. 3University of Kentucky HealthCare, Department of Anesthesiology, Lexington, KY, USA. 4University of Kentucky HealthCare, Office of Hospital Administration, Lexington, KY, USA. 5University of Kentucky HealthCare, Office of Infection Prevention, Lexington, KY, USA. 6University of Kentucky HealthCare, Office of Quality, Value and Safety, Lexington, KY, USA


    12

    REDUCING NARCOTIC USAGE IN THE OPERATING ROOM
    Robert Karpinos1, 2, Rene Bouquet1, 2, Stephen Songhurst1. 1Somnia, Inc, Harrison, NY, USA. 2St. Barnabas Hospital, Bronx, NY, USA


    13

    HYPNOSIS VS. STANDARD OF CARE REDUCES POSTOPERATIVE OPIOID USE AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL
    Jessie Kittle1, 2, Ondrej Blaha1, Emma Zhao3, David Spiegel2. 1Stanford Department of Internal Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA. 2Stanford Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, CA, USA. 3Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA


    14

    OUTCOMES AND STRATEGIES - IMPROVING PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTIES
    Marc Koch1, Shelley Sharma1, Matthew Hart1, 2, Stephen Songhurst1, Jean-Marc Ndame1, 2. 1Somnia, Inc, Harrison, NY, USA. 2Dignity Health - Mercy Hospitals, Bakersield, CA, USA


    15

    PREOPERATIVE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AS A PERIOPERATIVE RISK FACTOR IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
    Sindhu Krishnan1, Richard Urman1, Ethan Brovman2. 1Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA. 2Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA


    16

    THE USE OF STOPBANG LINKED TO A MONITORING PROTOCOLS- A 5 YEAR REVIEW.
    Kathryn K Lauer1, Donglin Zhang1, B. Tucker Woodson1, Sheila Blogg1, Kellianne Fleming2. 1Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA. 2Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, USA


    17

    STAFF PERCEPTIONS OF OPERATING ROOM DELAYS
    Laura D. Leonard1, Katie Cunniff2, Maxwell Shaw2, Victoria Huynh1, Ethan Cumbler1, 3, Sarah Tevis1. 1University of Colorado, Department of Surgery, Aurora, CO, USA. 2University of Colorado Hospital, Aurora, CO, USA. 3University of Colorado, Department of Medicine, Aurora, CO, USA


    18

    ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF A PATIENT WITH GOLTZ SYNDROME
    Ashley Mathew, Vahe Tateosian . Renaissance SOM at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, USA


    19

    ADJUSTING TO THE PANDEMIC: LEVERAGING NOVEL SYSTEMS WITHIN OUR PERIOPERATIVE HOME PLATFORM TO MEET PATIENT, CAREGIVER AND INSTITUTIONAL NEEDS
    Leslie G Obermeier, Scott R Dubow, Tara L Dea, Phyllis M Konen. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA


    20

    THE IMPORTANCE OF PRE-OPERATIVE EVALUATION
    Erin S. Payne. Inova Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, VA, USA


    21

    SAFE ELECTIVE SURGERY USING SELECTIVE SARS-COV-2 (COVID 19) MOLECULAR TESTING
    Hollis M. Ray, Paul F. Kamitsuka, Pamela W. Firetti, Andrew L. Almeter, Kevin M. McNabb, S. Elizabeth Von Biberstein, Andrew C. H. Barton, Robert M. Shakar, J. West Paul. New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC, USA


    22

    SUPPORTING PATIENT ENGAGEMENT IN A PERIOPERATIVE SURGICAL HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC COMPLEX CONDITIONS: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PREOP PROTOCOL
    Renee L. Robinson, Marjorie S. Gloff, Susan M. Ciurzynski, Janice A. Schriefer, Sarah E. Peyre. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA


    23

    THE PREDICTIVE CAPACITYOF FRUCTOSAMINE FOR POST-OPERATIVE GLUCOSE MANAGEMENTIN DIABETIC PATIENTSUNDERGING SURGERY
    Barbara Rogers, Nicole Stoicea, Wiebke Ackermann, Alberto Uribe. The OSU Wexner Medical Center, columbus, OH, USA


    24

    AN ARGUMENT FOR STOP THE LINE INITIATIVES IN PERIOPERATIVE MEDICINE
    Sunil K Sahai, Maria Fierro. The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA


    25

    PERIOPERATIVE FACTORS INFLUENCING POST-OPERATIVE OPIATE USAGE AMONG BARIATRIC SURGERY PATIENTS: DOES INTRAOPERATIVE DECISION-MAKING MATTER?
    Jay A Sanford DO1, Elizabeth M Hechenbleikner MD2, Grant Lynde MD, MBA1, Edward Lin DO2, Melissa Majumdar MS, RD, LDN3, Trent Gillingham MPH3. 1Department of Anesthesiology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA. 2Department of Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA. 3Office of Quality, Emory University Hospital Midtown, Atlanta, GA, USA


    26

    MULTIFACTORIAL PREOPERATIVE ASSESSMENT OF FRAILTY, COGNITION, AND NUTRITION IN CARDIAC SURGICAL PATIENTS: A SINGLE-ACADEMIC CENTER PILOT EXPERIENCE
    Megan Schramski, Darrell Randle, Andrew Shaffer, Ryan Knoper, Ranjit John, Joyce Wahr, Tjorvi Perry. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA


    27

    IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PERIOPERATIVE SURGICAL HOME FOR IMPROVED PATIENT OUTCOMES IN A COMMUNITY-BASED HOSPITAL
    ROB SHAKAR , KIMBERLY DUGGAN , HOLLIS RAY. New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC, USA


    28

    POSTOPERATIVE CARDIOVASCULAR TESTING PROTOCOL
    Kanav Sharma, Kurt Pfeifer, Sushma Raju, Zhuping Garacci, Barbara Slawski. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA


    29

    INTERNAL MEDICINE CO-MANAGEMENT OF GERIATRIC TRAUMA PATIENTS AT A LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER
    SHPRESA SHYTI, KANAV SHARMA, KURT PFEIFER, BARBARA SLAWSKI, SANJAY SINGH, KATE HOWARTH, KIMBERLY STONER, CHAD WENZEL, NIKOLA CUZOVIC, HARI PAUDEL, YOGITA SEGON. MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE, WI, USA


    30

    NONINVASIVE VENTILATION FOR FLAILING STERNAL DEHISCENCE
    Sanjay Singh1, Kanav Sharma2, Kurt Pfeifer3. 1Section of Perioperative Medicine, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA. 2Section of Perioperative Medicine, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA. 3Section of Perioperative Medicine, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA


    31

    AN INNOVATIVE PREOPERATIVE CARDIOVASCULAR TESTING PROTOCOL
    Barbara A. Slawski, Boxhorn Christine, Garacchi Zuping, Lauer Kathryn, Sharma Kanav, Raju Sushma, Pfeifer Kurt. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA


    32

    PERIOPERATIVE PERIL: A 75-YEAR OLD MAN WITH BILIARY OBSTRUCTION AND ANGINA
    Stephen A Stone, Derek A Hupp, Ethan F Kuperman . University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Iowa City, IA, USA


    33

    ADVANCE CARE PLANNING DOCUMENTATION AT A PREOPERATIVE MEDICINE CLINIC
    Ashley L. Sweet, Karen J. Brasel, Z. Elizabeth Hays, Elizabeth N. Dewey, Tera E. Cushman. Oregon Health a Science University, Portland, OR, USA


    34

    SAFETY IN MANAGING PATIENTS COMING IN FOR ANESTHESIA RELATED PROCEDURES/SURGERIES WHO MAY HURT SELF OR STAFF
    GEE MEI TAN1, Leah M Webb2. 1Children's Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO, USA. 2Children's Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO, USA


    35

    IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TELEPHONE MONTREAL COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT IN A TELEMEDICINE BASED PRE-ADMISSION TESTING CLINIC DURING COVID-19
    Nick C. Yu1, Denzel Zhu1, Kara L. Watts1, 2, Susie S. Lee1, 3, Nitya Abraham1, 2, Curtis Choice1, 3. 1Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA. 2Department of Urology, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY, USA. 3Department of Anesthesiology, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY, USA

    2:15 - 3:30 PM
    LECTURE
    PLENARY SESSION 10: ENHANCED RECOVERY: PAIN MANAGEMENT & NUTRITION
    Chair/Organizer: Avital O'Glasser, MD, FACP, FHM


    2:15

    ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY AND PAIN MANAGEMENT
    Richard Urman, MD, MBA, CPE. Brigham and Women's Hospital


    2:45

    ENHANCING RECOVERY THROUGH PERIOPERATIVE NUTRITION
    BobbieJean Sweitzer, MD, FACP. Northwestern University


    3:15

    Q&A.

    3:45 - 5:10 PM
    LECTURE
    PLENARY SESSION 11: MINS, PERIOPERATIVE RENAL PROTECTION / CLOSING REMARKS
    Chair/Organizer: Barbara Slawski, MD, MS, SFHM


    3:45

    MYOCARDIAL INJURY AFTER NONCARDIAC SURGERY (MINS)
    Steven Cohn, MD, MACP, SFHM. University of Miami Miller School of Medicine


    4:15

    PERIOPERATIVE STRATEGIES FOR RENAL PROTECTION
    Angela Edwards, MD, FASA. Wake Forest School of Medicine


    4:45

    Q&A.