Timetable

March 8th-9th, 2019

As per March 13th, 2018

Friday, March 8th

7.30

Registration

 

 

8.15

Opening ceremony

Stefan de Hert (Belgium)

Topic tba

9.00

Plenary lecture

Mark Skues (UK)

M. Lottan (Israel)

Ambulatory anesthesia, a review of the past and a glance to the future and a short discussion on its juridical aspects in different countries

 

 

 

1st panel 9.45-11.15

Infrastructure and logistics aspects of ambulatory anesthesia

 

  1.  

Marcel Vercauteren (Belgium)

Logistics of preoperative consultation and planning day-care anesthesia

  1.  

Arnaldo Valedon (USA)

Emergency surgery in the outpatient setup: can it be done safely?

  1.  

Sorin Brull (USA)

Suitable equipment and recommended monitoring in an ambulatory setup

  1.  

Daniela Filipescu (Romania)

My patient has a pacemaker/implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD)/cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT)…

11.15 Coffee break

2nd panel 11.30-13.00

Tailored monitoring equipment

 

  1.  

J. Poelaert (Belgium)

Hemodynamic monitoring

  1.  

Peter Szmuk (USA)

Hyperoxygenation in ambulatory surgery

  1.  

Kurt Ruetzler (USA)

New pain monitoring

  1.  

Daniela Filipescu (Romania)

The management of the patient with chronic heart failure for day surgery- special monitoring and care

13.00 Lunch

3rd panel 14.00-15.45

Preoperative assessment

 

  1.  

Gabriel M Gurman (Israel)

Informed consent in ambulatory anesthesia

  1.  

Rebecca Twersky (USA)

Can outpatient surgery be performed in patients with obesity and obstructive sleep apnea?

  1.  

Steven Butz (USA)

Preoperative assessment and preparation of the cardiac patient for outpatient surgery

  1.  

Massimiliano Sorbello (Italy)

A patient with predicted difficult intubation: accept or no?

  1.  

Kurt Ruetzler (USA)

Laboratory testing before ambulatory surgery

 

4th panel 15.45-17.30

Pharmacological considerations in ambulatory anesthesia

 

  1.  

Sorin Brull (USA)

Is there any place for using neuromuscular block agents in ambulatory anesthesia?

  1.  

Rebecca Twersky (USA)

Narcotic-free anesthetics: Pro/Cons

  1.  

Johan Raeder (Norway)

IV-anesthesia in ambulatory setting: is it a real solution?

  1.  

Jan Poelaert (Belgium)

Local anesthetics in ambulatory surgery

17.30 Coffee break

5th panel 17.45-19.30

Regional anesthesia: possibilities and limitations

 

  1.  

Friederich Lersch (Switzerland)

Newer blocks on geriatric patients: making ophthalmic regional anesthesia safer

  1.  

Steven Clendenen (USA)

Indications and limits of regional anesthesia in an ambulatory setup

  1.  

Gabriella Iohom (Ireland)

Regional anesthesia and the patient under anticoagulant therapy

  1.  

Adela Onutu (Romania)

Peripheral blocks in an ambulatory setup

Saturday, March 9th

6th panel 8.30-10.00

Anesthesia for specific surgical procedures and high-risk patients

 

  1.  

Michael Lottan (Israel)

The pregnant patient for ambulatory surgery - any problems?

  1.  

Daniela Ionescu (Romania)

Analgesia in ambulatory laparoscopic cholecystectomy - any news?

  1.  

Arnaldo Valedon (USA)

Emergency surgery in the outpatient setup: can it be done safely?

  1.  

Kurt Ruetzler (USA)

Perioperative cardiac morbidity and mortality

10.00 Coffee break

7th panel 10.15-11.45

Pediatric ambulatory surgery and anesthesia

 

  1.  

Steven Butz (USA)

Anesthesia problems for tonsillectomy in an ambulatory setup and guidelines

  1.  

Rita Agarwal (USA)

Update on pediatric ambulatory anesthesia

  1.  

Peter Szmuk (USA)

Local anesthesia and caudal block in ambulatory pediatric anesthesia

 

8th panel 11.45-13.15

Day case handling of patients with chronic pain

 

  1.  

Omar Omar-Pasha (Switzerland)

Role of causal therapy in chronic pain treatment - view of a surgeon

  1.  

Omar Omar-Pasha (Switzerland)

Ambulatory interventional approach to lower back pain

  1.  

Otto Meltzer (Romania)

Painless injection: a new device

13.15 Lunch

9th panel 14.15-15.45

Prevention of immediate postoperative complications

 

  1.  

Rebecca Twersky (USA)

Enhanced recovery in the outpatient setup: an evidence-based approach

  1.  

Steven Butz (USA)

Evidence-based approach to minimizing post-discharge nausea and vomiting

  1.  

Kurt Ruetzler (USA)

Airway management and muscle relaxation

15.45 Coffee break

10th panel 16.00-17.00  

Discharge and readmission or hospitalization after ambulatory anesthesia

 

  1.  

Narinder Rawal (Sweden)

Pain management at home after ambulatory surgery - Twenty years of catheter regional techniques

  1.  

Peter Biro (Switzerland)

 

Criteria of discharge after spinal and epidural anesthesia

  1.  

Arnaldo Valedon (USA)

Outpatient total joint replacement: is this the future?

  1.  

Michael Lottan (Israel)

Medico-legal problems related to discharge criteria after ambulatory surgery and anesthesia

17.00 Closing ceremony

Workshops:

 

Friday

March 8th

Saturday

March 9th

  1.  

Jetventilation - a new instrument

Peter Biro and Didier Moens

13.00-14.00, 17.00-18.00

14.30-15.30

  1.  

Ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia

Gabriella Iohom & Adela Onutu

15.30-17.30

11.00-13.00, 17.00-19.00

  1.  

Peribulbar or sub-Tenon's blocks

Friedrich Lersch

14.30-15.30

10.00-11.00, 13.15-14.15

  1.  

Pain monitoring

Fresenius

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