Monday, April 30

 

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Registration Open

Problem-Based Learning Discussions 15-21

Continental Breakfast

Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery (ERACS)

Moderators: Priya Kumar, MD and Frederic T. Billings IV, MD

Lessons Learned from Non-Cardiac Surgery ERAS Pathways

Gabriel Mena, MD

Making the Case for ERAS Pathway for Cardiac Surgery

Stuart Weiss, MD

Building the ERACS Pathway

Adam Kingeter, MD

Execution and Implementation of the ERACS Pathway - Strategies to Develop, Implement, and Support an ERACS Pathway

Kenneth Catchpole, PhD

Q&A

Coffee Break with Exhibitors

Keynote Lecture

Moderator: Christopher Troianos, MD

Healthcare Ideas for Tomorrow

Toby Cosgrove, MD

Research/Kaplan/Distinguished Service Awards

Moderators: J. Danny Muehlschlegel, MD; Tjorvi Perry, MD; Amanda Rhee, MD; Christopher Troianos, MD

SCA Business Meeting

Moderator: Christopher Troianos, MD

ASA Update

Moderator: Christopher Troianos, MD

James Grant, MD

Lunch with Exhibitors

Scientific Program Poster Presentations: Session 2 (Non-CME)

Navigating Ventricular Support: When VAD Goes Bad

Moderator: James Anton, MD

My Patient Needs Mechanical Support: Which One?

Marc Stone, MD

Mechanical Support for the Failing Right Heart

Nicholas Markin, MD

Complications of Temporary VAD Support

Timothy Hayes, MD

Case Based Discussion

Panel

CCAS: Adult Congenital Heart Disease - Challenges in a Growing Population

Moderators: Lisa Wise-Faberowski, MD and Michael Eaton, MD

Adult Congenital Heart Disease in 2017: History, Physiology, Prognosis and Procedures

Lisa Wise-Faberowski, MD

What is the Right Setting for Care and for Training for Adult Congenital Heart Patients?

View 1: Congenital Heart Disease is a Pediatric Problem that Requires a Pediatric Hospital and Pediatric Trained Cardiac Anesthesiologists

Viviane Nasr, MD

View 2: Adult Congenital Heart Disease is an Adult Problem that Requires an Adult Hospital and Adult Trained Cardiac Anesthesiologists

Greg Janelle, MD

View 3: Shouldn’t I Get a Voice? The Patient’s Perspective

Taylor Ezikian

Researching the Organs - The Science of Organ Protection

Moderator: J. Danny Muehlschlegel, MD

Myocardial Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury

David Roth, MD

Protecting the Central Nervous System

Thomas Floyd, MD

Protecting the Kidney

Frederic T. Billings IV, MD

Protecting the Gut

Erik Kistler, MD

Panel Discussion

Coffee Break

Practical Approaches to Measuring and Improving Quality

Moderator: James Abernathy III, MD

Continuous Practice Improvement (CPI) and the SCA: What, How, and Why?

Nanette Schwann, MD

Quality Metrics in Cardiac Anesthesiology: Are There Any?

Laurent Glance, MD

How Are We Doing? Getting Clinical Care Data and Demonstrating Value to Your Hospital

Avery Tung, MD

Handover Redesign: Methods and Measures for Detecting (and Sustaining) Improvement

Philip Greilich, MD

Current Concepts in Cardiac Critical Care

Moderator: Andrew Weisinger, MD

Resuscitation of the Post-Cardiac Surgery Patient in 2018

Michael Sander, MD

New Strategies for Mechanical Ventilation in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

Daniel Johnson, MD

Sleep Disturbances after Cardiovascular Surgery: Is It Important for Our Patients?

Dong-Xin Wang, MD

Vasopressin vs. Norepinephrine in Patients with Vasoplegic Shock after Cardiac Surgery?

Colin Royse, MD

Best of Meeting Oral Abstract Presentations: Session 2

Moderator: Michael Eaton, MD

Fireside Chat: Career after Fellowship – How to Manage and Grow?

Moderator: Tara Brakke, MD

Panelists:

Sasha Shillcutt, MD

David Zvara, MD

Linda Shore-Lesserson, MD

Tjorvi Perry, MD

James Abernathy III, MD

Andrew Weisinger, MD

W. Travis Lau, MD