Lunch and Learn Roundtables

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Tailor your education at Anesthesiology Update 2020 with the optional buffet Lunch-and-Learn Roundtables listed below. Each luncheon session focuses in depth on one important topic, with insights provided and interactive discussion led by a master clinician or subject matter expert. Participation is limited to 25 attendees per session to ensure all participants get their questions answered. 

Monday, May 11, 11:45  pm - 1:15 pm

  • Acute Persistent Pain after Orthopedic Trauma  Kate Leslie, MD
  • Managing Postpartum Headaches: A Practical Review  Vesela P. Kovacheva, MD
  • Managing the Pregnant Patient for Non Obstetric Surgery   Richard Steinbrook, MD
  • The Modern Anesthesia Machine: Troubleshooting Strategies  Christopher Connor, MD, PhD

Tuesday, May 12, 11:45 am - 1:15 pm

  • Chest X-Ray in the PACU: What Do I Need to Know?  David Silver, MD
  • Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring: How, Why and When  Richard Pollard, MD, FASA
  • Not Just a Bronchoscopy: Anesthesia for Interventional Pulmonary Cases  John Pawlowski, MD, PhD and Ameeka Pannu, MD
  • Prevention of Persistent Postamputation Pain with Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management  Kristin Schreiber, MD, PhD
  • Saving for Retirement: Maximizing Savings for the Long Haul  Jonathan Griswold, MD (This session not eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™)

Wednesday, May 13, 11:45 am - 1:15 pm

  • Anesthesia for the Child with Congenital Heart Disease Having Non-Cardiac Surgery  Gregory Hammer, MD
  • Hip Fracture Management: A Rising Societal Tsunami   Donal Buggy, MD
  • Keeping the Child Comfortable: Pain Management in Pediatrics  Karen Boretsky, MD
  • The Pediatric Airway: Challenging Cases Jennifer Deardon, MD

Thursday, May 14, 11:45 am - 1:15 pm

  • Acupuncture Workshop  Yuan-Chi Lin, MD
  • Evidence-Based Pain Management for Thoracic Surgery Patients  Sheldon Bao, MD
  • Lower Extremity Blocks Revisted  Ivan Valovski, MD
  • The Yup, the Nope and the Maybe in Regional Anesthesia  Anasuya Vasudevan, MD, FRCP
  • Upper Extremity Blocks in Patients with Challenging Anatomy  Lisa Kunze, MD, PhD