Information about the 2014 Annual Meeting will be available September, 2013.
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- Program Features
- The American Surgeon
- Speakers and Discussants
- Special Activities
- Postgraduate Course
- Residents' Forum
- Scientific Program
Presentations will be made from the podium, Sunday through Tuesday, including talks from invited guest speakers, videos of surgical procedures, prize-winning Gold Medal Forum papers, and clinical papers selected from over 300 abstracts received for consideration.
(SESC seal) Gold Medal Papers
These winning papers, selected from a large number of entries, by the Gold Medal Forum Committee, are identified in the program by the seal of the Congress. The Gold Medal Award is a prestigious recognition of excellent research by young surgeons. The presenters will also receive cash awards on Monday.
Saturday Postgraduate Course
“Specialist Tips for the Emergency General Surgeon”
12:00 PM – 4:45 PM. You may register for this course at the registration desk.
This luncheon is scheduled to provide an opportunity for residents to receive instruction for presenting and discussing papers. Guest speaker Dr. Jonathon van Heerden, will present a talk on the topic, “You have Been Invited to Give a Talk…Don’t Panic.” Dr. Katherine Morgan from the Continuing Medical Education Committee along with Past Presidents of the Congress, will speak on how professional organizations such as the Southeastern Surgical Congress can assist them in their professional lives. Tickets for the lunch are available at the registration desk.
Saturday Residents’ Forum
On Saturday, February 9, 1:00 – 4:15 PM, a number of residents will present surgical research papers. The purpose of the Forum is to provide an opportunity for residents to present and discuss their research with others in an atmosphere that encourages academic exchange in a low-pressure setting. Assigned discussants will also be residents. The Forum will be moderated by Katherine Morgan. Residents are encouraged to attend and participate in the discussion of papers from the floor, and senior surgeons are invited to assist with discussion. Register for the Forum at the Registration desk.
Resident Career Fair
Interested in a career in one of the subspecialties of General Surgery? Then sit down and talk to the experts on Saturday afternoon in Medical Forum Rooms H & I following the Residents' Forum. The Fellow, Resident, and Medical Student Committee will be holding a Career Fair with surgeon representatives who practice in the subspecialties available to answer any questions you may have. No tickets or registration required – just your attendance.
Grand Rounds of Posters
These rounds provide an opportunity for poster authors to make an oral presentation to the Grand Rounds Professors and their peers, which enhance the poster exhibits. Scheduled Sunday and Monday, 6:30 - 7:50 AM. Stroll with the rounding teams while you eat breakfast.
Sunday Round Table Luncheons
Lunch 1 - Fellow, Resident, and Medical Student Committee
“Surviving Your Residency and Fellowship”
Lunch 2 - Surgical Practice Committee
“Meaningful Use, E Prescribing, PQRI, and the VBM (Value Based Modifier): What Does It All Mean for Surgeons?”
American College of Surgeons
The ACS is once again coming to you, the General Surgeon, on Sunday, February 10, from 2:30 – 3:30 and 4:20 - 5:20 PM. Be sure to attend to join in the discussion on issues relevant to the general surgeon, and an open question and answer session.
Monday Business Meeting, Election of Officers and Luncheon
This is a time for the Fellows of the Congress to hear reports from their representatives to the Advisory Council, the American Board of Surgery, and the Board of Governors of the American College of Surgeons. It is a time to provide input for these representatives and to conduct the annual business of the Congress. No charge is made to members for lunch, but tickets must be requested at the registration desk. Surgeons, who are not members, and guests of members, may purchase tickets.
Video Interaction Session
On Monday afternoon there will be videos that were not presented during the Program with the authors available for discussion. Refreshments will be served; just wear your badge to attend.
Registration will be located in the Grand Ballroom Foyer of the hotel Saturday through Tuesday. All surgeons, guests, spouses, and others attending the Postgraduate Courses, Scientific Meeting, and Residents’ Forum are requested to come to the Registration Desk. Badges are required for surgeons, guests, and exhibitors to enter the meeting, exhibit areas, and all events.
Tickets for the luncheons, if still available, may be purchased at the Southeastern Surgical Congress Registration Desk. Hours are:
|Saturday||11:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||6:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Monday||6:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||6:15 AM – 9:00 AM|
The Southeastern Surgical Congress is the owner and publisher of the journal, THE AMERICAN SURGEON, which is the official journal of the Congress. Papers presented during the meeting will, at the discretion of the Editor, be published in THE AMERICAN SURGEON.
Speakers and Discussants, please sit near the front of the room to avoid delays in the program. Invited Discussants will open the discussion, and the author/co-author will be invited to close the discussion. For the benefit of your fellow registrants, discussants from the floor are asked to state name and home city clearly before beginning discussion.
Speakers should give a CD/DVD to the projectionist by 6:30 AM for the morning session, 10:00 AM for the afternoon session. All materials should be carefully marked with the speaker’s name, time of talk, and paper number. Any PowerPoint presentations with imbedded video must be given to the AV technician per the following guidelines:
- If presentation is in the morning – give to AV tech the afternoon before.
- If presentation is in the afternoon – give to AV tech in the morning.
- Please bring a separate file of the video only in addition to the PowerPoint file.
Saturday, February 9, 5:30 - 7:00 PM - Exhibit Hall.
Meet your colleagues for a reception to kick off the meeting. All registrants and guests are invited to this very special social occasion to re-connect with friends, network with acquaintances, talk to exhibitors, and make new friends to enjoy during the meeting. No fees -- just fun. Wear your badge to attend!
A. HAMBLIN LETTON LECTURE
Paul Greig, M.D.
Professor of Surgery
Director, HBP/Transplant Fellowship
Tornoto General Hospital
Director, GI Transplantation
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA
This lecture is named for Dr. A. Hamblin Letton to recognize his contributions to the Congress and the field of surgery. His special surgical interest was oncology and, more specifically, breast cancer, which led to the creation of the Breast Center at Georgia Baptist Medical Center, now Atlanta Medical Center.
His interest extended to the national forum by service on the Advisory Committee on Cancer Control for the National Cancer Institute and as President of the National American Cancer Society. Dr. Letton’s service to the Congress began as a young surgeon, and he succeeded Dr. B. T. Beasley, the original Secretary of the Congress, in 1960. He retired as the Secretary-Director of the Congress in 1986. Dr. Letton passed away on January 13, 2010, at the age of 93.
ROGER SHERMAN LECTURE
John B. Hanks, M.D.
C. Bruce Morton Professor-in-Chief
Division of General Surgery
University of Virginia
This lecture is named for Dr. Roger T. Sherman to honor his contributions to the Congress, the field of surgery and trauma. Dr. Sherman became a member of the Congress while still a resident and presented one of the first Gold Medal Forum papers. He was President of the Congress in 1984-1985, and was named Secretary-Director in 1986. He served in that capacity until 1993. Dr. Sherman was the Chair of the Whitaker Professor of Surgery at Piedmont Hospital when he retired in October, 1997. Dr. Sherman passed away on April 9, 2006, at the age of 82.
Carlos A. Pellegrini, M.D.
Henry N. Harkins Professor and Chair
Department of Surgery
University of Washington
Alexander S. Rosemurgy, M.D.
The Southeastern Surgical Congress
The Southeastern Surgical Congress was founded to provide opportunities for surgeons and surgeons in training to come together for educational, scientific, and social purposes to promote and advance the study and practice of surgery.
The Congress proposes to carry out this mission by holding an annual scientific meeting that consists of one or more postgraduate courses covering new techniques and technology for specific surgical topics plus a three-day plenary session that includes (1) prominent surgical authorities as invited speakers; (2) presentations with assigned discussants selected from a large number of abstracts; (3) current surgical research projects selected by competition; (4) surgical operative procedures by noted surgeons on video; (5) informal discussion groups at luncheon meetings; (6) specialty panels providing opportunities for active participation by the surgeons attending; (7) and a Poster Session covering a wide variety of general surgical topics, including discussion by a team of rounding professors.
At the annual meeting, all papers and videos shall have assigned discussants to insure that the topics are thoroughly covered and discrepancies in research are noted. Time will be allocated for discussion from the floor to increase audience participation.
Papers presented at the meeting will be submitted for peer review and then published, along with manuscripts independently submitted, in THE AMERICAN SURGEON, a journal owned and published by the Southeastern Surgical Congress.
The Congress is committed to assisting surgeons keep abreast of new and emerging technologies, based on accepted recommendations or sound new research, to make surgery safer and more effective for patient care. The Southeastern Surgical Congress monitors impact on practice change by systematic assessment of meeting/course evaluations.
Adopted August 16, 2008
Specialist Tips for the Emergency General Surgeon
Saturday, February 9, 2012
Coordinator: Timothy M. Farrell, MD
Course Description: Surgical specialists will present cases across the broad spectrum of emergency general surgery, with liberal use of video and digital images. Emphasis will be placed on evidence-based principles and technical “pearls” to assist emergency general surgeons in providing state-of-the-art patient care.
Case 1 – The Challenging Gallbladder
Recognize challenging variations in biliary anatomy encountered during acute gallbladder surgery
Understand the principles of safe dissection and the elements of the “critical view of safety”
Consider alternative methods of dissection in difficult cases
Review what to do if there is concern for a biliary injury
Case 2 – Common Bile Duct Stones
Describe the incidence and methods of diagnosis of common bile duct (CBD) stones
Understand the methods of intraoperative bile duct imaging
Recognize the indications for laparoscopic CBD exploration
Describe the approaches to laparoscopic CBD exploration (transcystic, operative ERC, and choledochotomy)
Describe the limitations and potential complications of CBD clearance methods
Case 3 - Severe Acute Pancreatitis
Distinguish between edematous pancreatitis and necrotizing pancreatitis
Assess what biliary intervention, if any, is needed in the patient with necrotizing pancreatitis
Recognize the complications and outcome of pancreatic necrosectomy?
Case 4 - Open Abdomen
Understand methods to maintain control of the fascia
Consider how to avoid over-resuscitation
Recognize risks and benefits of early versus delayed abdominal wall closure
Discuss appropriate uses of mesh
Case 5 - Perforated Esophagus
Understand the common causes of esophageal perforation
Discuss the appropriate means of diagnosis
Consider operative and non-operative strategies of managment
Case 6 – Perforated Ulcer
Review the pathophysiology of gastrointestinal ulcers presenting in 2013
Understand laparoscopic and open surgical options for acute ulcer perforation
Compare use of omental patch and drainage strategy versus “definitive” ulcer operation
Case 7 – Acutely Incarcerated Stomach in Hiatal Hernia
Recognize the presenting signs of acute gastric herniation/ incarceration
Consider diagnostic studies that are appropriate
Understand non-operative, minimally invasive and open surgical treatment options
Discuss management in cases with and without gastric necrosis
Case 8 – Post Bariatric Small Bowel Obstruction
Identify causes of acute gastrointestinal obstruction specific to bariatric surgery patients
Recognize the utility of and findings associated with various radiographic tests
Discuss minimally invasive and open operative approaches to the various causes
Case 9 – IBD Emergency
Review acute presentations of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Discuss management of Crohn’s disease presenting as acute appendicitis
Consider management of acute appendicitis in the Crohn’s disease patient
Case 10 - Diverticular Perforation
Review clinical and radiographic presentations of diverticulitis
Discuss non-operative and operative strategies for management of diverticulitis
Consider when it is appropriate to drain perforated diverticulitis, and the place for interventional, laparoscopic and open methods
Consider when is appropriate to resect diverticulitis, and when colostomy or anastomosis is best
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Lunch Panel - Skill Set Necessary for an Acute Care General Surgeon
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|4:45||Evaluate and Adjourn|
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Moderator: Katherine Morgan, M.D.
The purpose of the Forum is to provide an opportunity for residents to present and discuss their research with others in an atmosphere that encourages academic exchange in a low-pressure setting.
|1:05||RF1 Postoperative Quality of Life (QOL) after Open Trans-Inguinal Preperitonal (TIPP) Repair Using 3D and Memory Ring Devices
JF Bradley 3rd MD; AY Zemlyak MD; AL Walters MS; VB TsirlineMD; PD Colavita MD; KB Williams MD; AE Lincourt PhD; I Belyansky MD; BT Heniford MD, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC; Northwestern University,Chicago, IL, and Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis, MD
|1:20||RF2 Is Malignant Blue Nevus a Unique Clinical Entity?
SD Kachare MD; SC Agle MD; ZP Englert MD; EE Zervos MD; JH Wong MD; TL Fitzgerald MD, East Carolina University-Brody School of Medicine, Greenville, NC
|1:35||RF3 The Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) and Surgical Site Infection (SSI): How it Integrates with Current Treatment Guidelines for Postoperative Infection B O’Brien DO; B Richmond MD; A Ubert MD; S Thompson PhD,West Virginia University, Charleston, WV|
|1:50||RF4 Impact of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Management of Pediatric Crohn's Disease C Litz MD; PD Danielson MD; NM Chandler MD, All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL|
|2:05||RF5 The Need for Fundoplication at the Time of Laparoscopic Paraesophageal Hernia Repair L van der Westhuizen MD; KM Dunphy; B Knott; AM Carbonell DO; DE Smith MD; WS Cobb MD,GreenvilleHospitalSystemUniversityMedicalCenter, Greenville, SC|
|2:45||RF6 Comparison of Surgical Complications between Two Types of Coated Polypropylene Mesh in Open Ventral Hernia Repair (VHR)
AY Zemlyak MD; JF Bradley III MD; VB Tsirline MD; PD Colavita MD; KB Williams MD; AL Walters MS; AE Lincourt PhD; I Belyansky MD; BT Heniford MD, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC, and Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis, MD
|3:00||RF7 Nontherapeutic Laparotomy Incidence Is Not Affected by Volume of
Pancreaticoduodenectomy for Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma
P Toomey MD; S Ross MD; C Childs BHS; KD Patel BS; K Luberice BS; E Choung MD; A Rosemurgy MD, Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL
|3:15||RF8 Associated Injuries in Traumatic Sternal Fractures- A Review of the National Trauma Data Bank
TA Oyetunji MD; AC Obirieze MD; DA Moore MD; MJ Branche BS; SL Sephes MD; WR Greene MD; EE Cornwell III MD; SM Siram,Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, DC
|3:30||RF9 Computerized Tomography in Small Bowel Obstruction
RE Barnett MBBS MRCS; R Keskey BS; D Nisbett MD; J Perry MD; WG Cheadle MD, University of Louisville Hospital, Louisville, KY
|3:45||RF10 Abdominal Compartment Syndrome is an Early, Lethal Complication of Acute Pancreatitis
BA Boone MD; A Zureikat MD; D Yadav MD; SJ Hughes MD; AJ Moser MD; HJ Zeh MD; KKW Lee MD, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
|4:00||RF11 Blunt Traumatic Bladder Rupture: A Ten-Year Perspective
K Matlock MD; AH Tyroch MD FACS; Z Kronfol MD; SF McLean MD,Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, El Paso, TX
|4:15||Evaluate the Course|
|4:30 -5:30 PM||Fellow, Resident, and Medical Student Career Fair Meet with specialists in the various areas of general surgery to discuss careers in these subspecialties:
Sunday, February 10, 2013
|6:30||Registration Opens/Grand Rounds of Posters|
Call to Order by the President
Welcome to Jacksonville
Introduction of Officers & Councilors
Introduction of Past Presidents
|8:25||#1 Sherman Lecture
Surgeon Burnout: A View from the American College of Surgeons Board of Governors Survey
John B. Hanks, MD, Charlottesville, VA
|9:05||#2 Margin Status Impacts Survival after Pancreaticoduodenectomy but Negative Margins Should Not Be Pursued
A Mather MD; SB Ross MD; M Vice; T Kurian BS; P Toomey MD; K Luberice BS; E Choung MD; A Rosemurgy MD, Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL
|9:25||#3 Gold Medal – Does a “Holiday Effect” Impact General Surgical Treatment of Acute Appendicitis? Answers from a Statewide Patient Database
JF Bradley III MD; KB Williams MD; BA Wormer MD; PD Colavita MD; L Bradley; AL Walters MS; KT Dacey MHA; BT Heniford MD, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
|9:45||#4 Utility of Early Gastrografin Small Bowel Follow-Through in Small Bowel Obstruction
NR Galardi MD; JN Collins MD; LD Britt MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA
|10:15||#5 Gold Medal – Adrenalectomy For Adrenal Mediated Hypertension: NSQIP Analysis of
an Institutional Experience
A Shada MD; JB Stokes MD; PW Smith MD; VB Simpson RNNP; FE Turrentine PhD; RB Adams MD; JB Hanks MD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
|10:35||#6 Preliminary Experience with Laparoscopic Peritoneal Lavage for Complicated Diverticulitis: A New Algorithm for Treatment?
SM Edeiken MD; RA Maxwell MD; BW Dart MD; VA Mejia MD,University ofTennessee College of Medicine, Chattanooga, TN
|10:55||#7 Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors: A Single Institution Experience of 176 Surgical Patients
SB Fisher MD; SC Kim; DA Kooby MD; KA Delman MD; CA Staley MD; SK Maithel MD, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
|11:15||#8 Measuring the Impact of Multi-disciplinary Care on Quality for Pancreatic Surgery: Transition to a Focused Very High Volume Program
TL Fitzgerald MD; NM Seymore; EE Zervos MD; JH Wong MD; TL Fitzgerald MD, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
|11:35||#9 Presidential Address
Alexander S. Rosemurgy, MD
Round Table Luncheons
Sunday, February 10, 2013
#10 Town Hall Session
Town Hall Open Questions & Answers
#11 ACS Session
|3:40||#12 Counting Beans Correctly: A Single Center Experience with the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators
R Ramanathan MD; D Harvey RN; P Leavell RN; G Stockslager; L Wolfe MS; TM Duane MD, VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA
|4:00||#13 Using a Relational Database to Improve Overall Length of Stay and Mortality for a Department of Surgery: A Comparative Review of 5,200 Patients
D Ang MD and K Behrns MD, University of Florida Health Science Center, Gainesville, FL
|4:20|| #14 ACS Session
ACS Quality Initiatives - Importance for the Practicing Surgeon?
|5:20||#15 Open Questions & Answers|
Monday, February 11, 2013
|6:30||Registration Opens/Grand Rounds of Posters|
|8:00||#16 Pro-Con Debate
Robotics in General Surgery: The way of the Future or a Flash in the Pan?
Pro Position - Michael S. Nussbaum, MD, University of Florida - Shands, Jacksonville, FL
Con Position - Michael D. Holzman, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
|8:50||#17 Video - The Journey: From Conventional Laparoscopy to Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (LESS) Heller Myotomy for Achalasia
A Rosemurgy MD; H Paul MS; J Francoeur BS; T Bowman BS; S Ross MD, Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL
|9:10||#18 Video – Laparoscopic Collis-Nissen Fundoplication
SG Blair; RO Kennedy; WO ichards,University of SouthAlabamaCollege of Medicine, Mobile, AL
|9:30||#19 Invited Speaker
Antireflux Surgery 20 Years after the Introduction of Laparoscopy: How Far Have
Carlos Pellegrini, MD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
|10:30||#20 Evaluation of AFP Staging System for Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Non-Cirrhotic
NP Burnett BA; EM Dunki-Jacobs MD; CR Scoggins MD; KM McMasters MD PhD; RCG Martin MD, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY
|10:50||#21 Ten-Year Trend in Epidemiology of C. difficile Colitis in Hospitalized Patients in the
CV Mehta MD; T Bell MS; R Grim MA; V Ahuja MD, York Hospital, York, PA
|11:10||#22 Gold Medal - A Comparative Analysis between Laparoscopic and Open Adhesiolysis at a Tertiary Care Center
SW Davies MD; JR Gillen MD; CA Guidry MD; TE Newhook MD; NH Pope MD; T Hranjec MD; PT Hallowell MD, University of Virginia Medical School, Charlottesville, VA
|11:30|| #23 Letton Lecture
Pathways to Fellowships in HPB: Negotiating the Maze
Paul Greig, MD, Ontario, CANADA
|12:10|| #24 Gold Medal - Use of Damage Control and the Open Abdomen in Combat
BA Bograd DO; CJ Rodriguez DO; FA Gage; EA Elster MD; JR Dunne MD, Walter Reed National Military Medica lCenter, Bethesda, MD
|12:30||Business Lunch/Installation of Officers|
Monday, February 11, 2013
|2:00 PM||#25 Gold Medal - The Green OR: Simple Changes to Reduce Cost and Our Carbon
BA Wormer MD; CL Carpenter MHA; PV Burton; WT Yokeley; AS Prabhu MD;
B Harris; S Norton CRNA; DA Klima MD; BT Heniford MD,Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
|2:20||#26 Increase in Postoperative Insulin Requirements Does Not Lead to Decreased Quality of Life after Total Pancreatectomy with Islet Cell Autotransplantation for Chronic Pancreatitis
M Dorlon MD; S Owczarski PA; H Wang PhD; D Adams MD; K Morgan MD, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
|2:40||#27 Gold Medal - Utility of Wireless Aneurysm Sac Pressure Monitoring in Post-EVAR Surveillance
SD Bhattacharya MD; E Blay BS; RL McCann MD; JP O’Brien MD, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC
|3:00||#28 Southeastern Surgical Congress Practice Committee Survey: Surgical Practice in the Duty Hour Restriction Era
DK Nakayama MD, Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, GA
|3:20||#29 Video - Salvage Pancreatic Necrosectomy After Laparotomy Using a Videoscopic Assisted Retroperitoneal Approach
L Punch MD; J Diaz MD; M Lissauer MD; T Scalea MD, University of Maryland School of Medicine, R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, MD
|3:40||#30 Video - Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in Cirrhosis
B Jewett MD; V Rohan MD; E Stewart MSN; J McGillicuddy MD; R Pullatt MD; K Chavin MD, Medical University of South Carolina,
|4:00||Break – Presentation of Gold Medal Awards|
Monday, February 11, 2013
Parallel Session I
|4:20||#31 Laparoscopic Hepatectomy is a Safe and Effective Approach for Resecting Large
Colorectal Liver Metastases
CA Doughtie MD; ME Egger MD; RM Cannon MD; RCG Martin MD; KM McMasters MD; CR Scoggins MD, University of Louisville,
|4:40||#32 Utilization, Cost, Complications and Mortality of Robotic versus Non-Robotic General Surgery Procedures: Based on a Nationwide Database M Salman MD; R Grim MA; T Bell BS; V Ahuja MD, York Hospital, York , PA|
|5:00||#33 A Fast-Track Pathway for Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery With and Without Alvimopan (Entereg)TM, Which is More Cost Effective?
SR Kelley MD; BG Wolff MD; JK Lovely RPh ; DW Larson MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
|5:20||Evaluate and Adjourn
Monday, February 11, 2013
Parallel Session II
#34 Treatment of Refractory Perianal Fistulas with Ligation of Intersphincteric Fistula Tract: Preliminary Results
#35 The Efficacy and Morbidity of Different Surgical Treatment Techniques for Chronic Anal Fissure: An Academic Colorectal Experience
|5:00||#36 Abdominal vs. Perineal Approach for Treatment of Rectal Prolapse: Comparable
Safety in a Propensity-Matched Cohort
WC Mustain MD; DL Davenport PhD; JP Parcells MD; HD Vargas MD; JS Hourigan MD; University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
|5:20||Evaluate and Adjourn|
Monday, February 11, 2013
Interactive Video Session
|5:30||VS1 Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (LESS) Distal Pancreatectomy and Splenectomy
K Cohen, S Ross, H Paul, F Co, K Luberice, E Choung, A Rosemurgy, Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, FL
|5:40||VS2 Laparoscopic Pancreaticoduodenectomy for Ampullary Adenocarcinoma
JA Stauffer MD; MG Mesleh MD; SP Bowers MD; HJ Asbun MD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
|5:50||VS3 Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (LESS) Nissen Fundoplication
S Ross MD; H Paul MS; K Luberice BS; F Co BS; A Rosemurgy D,Florida Hospital,Tampa, FL
|6:00||VS4 The Use of Laparoscopy In The Management Of Small Bowel Obstructions
K Le MD; WB Hooks III MD; TV Clancy MD; WW Hope MD, NewHanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC
|6:10||VS5 Early Postoperative Obstruction after Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass
RC Pullatt MD; TK Byrne MD; A Patterson MD,MedicalUniversity of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
|6:20||VS6 Case Report: An Intussusception of the Large Bowel in an Obese, Young Female
WF DeNino MD; ER Camp MD; RC Pullatt MD, Medical University of South Carolina,
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Parallel Session III
#37 Hypometabolizers: Characteristics of Obese Patients with Abnormally Low
|7:20||#38 Utility of a Sestamibi-Only Approach to Routine Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy
AS Opoku-Boateng MD; JS Bolton MD; R Corsetti MD; RE Brown MD; CR Oxner MD,Ochsner Clinic Foundation Hospital,
New Orleans, LA
|7:40||#39 Surgeon- Performed Ultrasound for Primary Hyperparathyroidis
WG Schenk MD; Hanks JB MD; PW Smith MD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
#40 Safety, Efficacy and Cost Savings of Single Parathyroid Hormone Measurement for Risk Stratification after Total Thyroidectomy
|8:20||#41 Same Day Surgery for Laparoscopic Appendectomy in Appendicitis: Is This Safe?
WW Cross MD and GCKowdley MD, Saint Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, MD
|8:40||#42 Analysis of 855 Upper Extremity Fistulas Created Using a Standard Protocol: The Role of Graft Extension to Achieve Functional Status
BJ Allan MD; ER Perez MD; M Tabbara MD, University of Miami, Miami, FL
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Parallel Session IV
|7:00||#43 Transitioning to TEVAR: A Single Institution's Analysis of the Management of Blunt Aortic Injury
CG Nelson BS; RE Redlinger MD; JN Collins MD; LJ Weireter MD; LD Britt MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA
|7:20||#44 Surgical Intensive Care Unit Admission Variables Predict Subsequent Readmission
ME Lissauer MD; JJ Diaz MD; M Narayan; PK Shah; NN Hanna,University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
|7:40||#45 When Enough is Enough: Impact of PRBCs in Massive Transfusion Outcomes
K Long MD; J Heaney MD; E Simms MD; N McSwain MD; J Duchesne MD, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA
|8:00||#46 Can Routine Trauma Bay CXR be Bypassed with an Extended FAST Examination?
MC Soult MD; LJ Weireter MD; RC Britt MD; JN Collins MD; TJ Novosel MD; SF Reed MD; LD Britt MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA
|8:20||#47 Water as a Contrast Medium: A Re-evaluation Using the Multi-Detector Row
TP Makarawo MD; E Negussie MD; S Malde MD; J Gayagoy,MD; J Watson; F Francis MD; D Lincoln, MD; MJ Jacobs MD, Providence Hospital, Southfield, MI
|8:40||#48 Time to Resuscitate a Sacred Cow...With Normal Saline
JS Davis MD; S Alsafran MD; CD Richie MD; JW Moore MD; N Namias MD; CI Schulman PhD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Controversies in Breast Disease
MRI - Helen Krontiras, MD, Univeristy of Alabama, Birmingham, AL
AX Dissection - Keith Amos, MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Management Positive Margin - Ingrid Meszoely, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
|9:55||#50 Video – Laparoscopic Left Lateral Hepatectomy for Metastatic Colon Cancer
MG Mesleh MD; J Farrell; SP Bowers MD; HJ Asbun MD; JA Stauffer MD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
|10:15||#51 Video – Laparoscopic Arcuate Ligament ReleaseAC Brady MD; F Jacome MD; N De La Cruz-Munoz MD,University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL|
|10:35||#52 The Regionalization of Ventral Hernia Repair (VHR): Occurrence and Outcomes Over a Decade
PD Colavita MD; AL Walters MS; VB Tsirline MD; I Belyansky MD; AE Lincourt PhD; BT Heniford MD, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
|10:55||#53 The Chosen Few: Disproportionate Resource Utilization in Ventral Hernia Repair
WC Beck MD; KW Sharp MD; SE Phillps MSPH; MD Holzman MD; WH Nealon MD; BK Poulose MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
|11:15||#54 Financial Impact of Surgical Technique in Treatment of Acute Appendicitis in
C Litz MD; PD Danielson MD; NM Chandler MD, All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL
|11:35|| #55 Does Time to Definitive Treatment Matter in Patients with DCIS?
GR Sue MA and AB Chagpar MD, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
|11:55|| #56 Hyperkinetic Gallbladder: An Indication for Cholecystectomy
EB Lindholm MD; JB Alberty MD; F Hansbrough MD; R Upp MD; J Lopoo MD; Lousiana State University Medical School, N
New Orleans, LA
|12:20||Evaluate & Adjourn|