Congress Program


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


  Thu - Apr 25      Fri - Apr 26      Sat - Apr 27   

THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2019


7:00 - 8:00 AM
CORPORATE SYMPOSIUM
BREAKFAST SYMPOSIUM: BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF LOCAL ANESTHETICS IN POSTOPERATIVE PAIN
Regency BC
Supported by Heron Therapeutics. An engaging discussion on managing severe pain and inflammation in the first 72 hours postoperatively, the benefits and limitations of local anesthetics and looking for opportunities for improvement while knowing that opioids are not the optimal solution.

8:00 - 8:30 AM
SYMPOSIUM
OPENING SESSION
Chair/Organizer: Matt McEvoy, Tim Miller, Julie Thacker
Regency BC


8:00

WELCOME, INTRODUCTIONS, AND HOUSEKEEPING ITEMS. .


8:10

ASER: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
Julie Thacker. Duke University

8:30 - 9:30 AM
SYMPOSIUM
QI, THE BIG PICTURE
Chair/Organizer: Matt McEvoy
Regency BC


8:30

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN ENHANCED RECOVERY
Carol Peden. Keck Medicine of USC


9:00

LOCALLY DRIVEN CHANGES FOR NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED IMPROVEMENT: THE MICHIGAN COLLABORATIVE
Scott Regenbogen. University of Michigan

9:30 - 10:00 AM
BREAK
BREAK/EXHIBITS
Regency A

10:00 - 12:00 PM
SYMPOSIUM
NEW TOPICS IN ENHANCED RECOVERY: FURTHER IMPROVING OUTCOMES
Chair/Organizer: TJ Gan
Regency BC


10:00

MANAGING PERIOPERATIVE ANEMIA
Jeff Simmons. University of Alabama at Birmingham


10:20

PERIOPERATIVE GLYCEMIC CONTROL
Mark Rice. Vanderbilt University Medical Center


10:40

SURGICAL TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE RECOVERY
Stefan Holubar. Cleveland Clinic


11:00

NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKADE, MONITORING, AND REVERSAL
Joe Chapman. Duke University


11:20

PANEL DISCUSSION.

12:15 - 1:15 PM
CORPORATE SYMPOSIUM
LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: OPTIMIZING PRESSURE AND FLOW TO PREVENT AKI
Regency BC
Supported by Edwards Life Sciences. Up to 39% of patients may develop AKI after surgery. 1, 3 Moderate to severe AKI increases hospital LOS, readmissions, hospital costs and mortality. 1-4 Intraoperative Hypotension (IOH) is common in surgical patients and has been shown to be strongly associated with increased risk of AKI. 5, 6 It has also been demonstrated that intraoperative fluid administration at the liberal and restrictive margins is associated with worse outcomes. 7, 8 This symposium will review the clinical implications of hypotension and fluid balance in the surgical setting and discuss opportunities for improvement. Presenters: Dr. Alden Parsons, MD, FACS, FACCP, Thoracic Surgeon, Raleigh, NC; Dr. Louis Guzzi, MD, FCCM, Cardiac Anesthesiologist, Orlando, FL

1:30 - 3:30 PM
SYMPOSIUM
FIRST, DO NO HARM
Chair/Organizer: Tim Miller
Regency BC


1:30

PONV UPDATE
TJ Gan. Stony Brook University


1:50

SURGEON BEHAVIOR AND OR CULTURE, HEALTHY OR HURTFUL?
Dana Telem. University of Michigan


2:10

MULTIMODAL ANALGESIA FAILURES AND RISK OF PERSISTENT POSTOPERATIVE OPIOID USE
Matt McEvoy. Vanderbilt University Medical Center


2:30

FALLING OFF PROTOCOL: HOW TO MANAGE ILEUS ON ENHANCED RECOVERY
Traci Hedrick. University of Virginia Health System


2:50

AKI AND ENHANCED RECOVERY
Tony Senagore. Western Michigan University - Homer Stryker School of Medicine


3:10

PANEL DISCUSSION.

3:30 - 4:00 PM
BREAK
BREAK/EXHIBITS
Regency A

4:00 - 5:30 PM
WORKSHOP
CARDIOPULMONARY EXERCISE TEST (CPET)
Chair/Organizer: John Whittle, Mike Grocott
Regency B


CARDIOPULMONARY EXERCISE TEST (CPET)
John Whittle .


CORPORATE WORKSHOP: PERIOPERATIVE NUTRITION AND ERAS - ON THE FAST TRACK TO BETTER OUTCOMES?
Regency D
Supported by Abbott. Speaker: Paul Wischmeyer MD, Duke University Hospital, Learning Objectives: Understand the key role ERAS plays in improving surgical outcomes and the key role nutrition plays in a successful ERAS program Understand key new ASER/POQI nutrition guidelines just published and role of malnutrition screening and nutrition care pathways in the perioperative setting Discuss data for and key role of carbohydrate loading in the preoperative setting and how to do it correctly to ensure safety and improve outcomes. Discuss recent evidence for specific nutrition interventions in pre-/post-operative settings and how to protocolize and structure their use in a practical manner


SPEAKER:
Paul Wischmeyer. Duke University Hospital


NURSING AND COORDINATOR WORKSHOP: FORGOTTEN TEAM MEMBERS, A FOCUS ON THE PATIENT, NUTRITION, PHARMACY, AND IT
Regency C


4:00

HOT TOPICS IN PREOP DRINKS
Chelsia Gillis. University of Calgary


4:20

THE PHARMACIST: OPIOID REDUCTION, OPIOID SHORTAGES, AND ENHANCED RECOVERY
Kate Horton. University of Virginia Health System


4:40

IT SUPPORT FOR ERAS PROGRAM SUCCESS
Christopher Vail. Duke University Health


5:00

 WHAT IF IT WERE YOU?  ENHANCED RECOVERY FROM THE PATIENT'S PERSPECTIVE
James Sarosiek. Patient, Wisconsin


5:20

Q&A.

5:30 - 7:00 PM
POSTER SESSION
OPENING RECEPTION & POSTER SESSION
Regency A


POSTER


1

AMISULPRIDE FOR THE RESCUE TREATMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING IN HIGH-RISK PATIENTS WHO FAILED PROPHYLAXIS: IMPACT OF RISK FACTORS AND NUMBER OF PROPHYLACTIC AGENTS ON TREATMENT SUCCESS
Claudine Ashburn. Acacia Pharma, Inc, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA


2

RISK OF OPIOID-INDUCED RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION AFTER COLORECTAL SURGERY IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH OLICERIDINE: ANALYSIS FROM A PHASE 3 OPEN-LABEL STUDY, ATHENA
Marek Brzezinski. Department of Anesthesia and Postoperative Care, University of California, San Francisco, California, USA


3

THE IMPACT OF ENHANCED RECOVERY IN CESAREAN SECTIONS
Lisa Buchanan. Passavant Hospital, Jacksonville, Illinois, USA


4

ENHANCING RECOVERY FROM HOSPITAL TO HOME: IMPLEMENTATION OF OUTPATIENT PROTOCOL IN MINIMALLY INVASIVE GYNECOLOGIC SURGERIES
Kimberly Campagna, Regina Ragland, Bethany Sarosiek. University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville


5

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY FOR RADICAL CYSTECTOMY, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI EXPERIENCE
Raul Castillo. University of Missouri Hospital, Columbia, Missouri, USA


6

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY FOR RACIAL CYSTECTOMY UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
jennifer clark. university of mo columbia, columbia, Missouri, us


7

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY FOR LAPAROSCOPIC ADRENALECTOMY FOR PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA: A CASE REPORT
Hussein Fardous. Albany Medical Center, Department of Anesthesiology, Albany, New York, USA


8

DIRECTING AN ANESTHESIA-LED PREOPERATIVE ANEMIA CLINIC TO DIAGNOSE AND TREAT IRON-DEFICIENCY ANEMIA IN UNDER TWO WEEKS
Justin Feit. NYu Langone Health, New York, New York, USA


9

OPIOID FREE ANESTHESIA, AN ANSWER TO THE OPOID CRISIS
barry friedberg. Dr, Corona del Mar, California, USA


10

BILATERAL ERECTOR SPINAE PLANE BLOCK AS PART OF ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY PROTOCOL FOR OPEN HEPATECTOMY: A CASE SERIES
Boyd Goodwin. University of New Mexico, Bernalillo, New Mexico, USA


11

UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY TO INCREASE INCLUSION OF ERAS PATHWAYS IN A HOSPITAL OPIOID STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM
Lyla Hance. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Anesthesiology


12

EFFECT OF ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAM ON OPIOID PRESCRIPTIONS AT HOSPITAL DISCHARGE
Jennifer Jayaram. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee, USA


13

EFFICACY OF AN ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) PATHWAY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS UNDERGOING SPINAL SURGERY
Disha Joshi. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


14

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) REDUCES LENGTH OF STAY AND POSTOPERATIVE OPIOID USE IN PATIENTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS UNDERGOING SPINAL SURGERY
Disha Joshi. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


15

DEVELOPMENT OF A SHARED DECISION-MAKING AID INCORPORATED INTO A PATIENT ENGAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM TO FACILITATE INDIVIDUALIZED OPIOID PRESCRIBING
Attila Kett. Saint Peter's Healthcare System, New Brunswick, New Jersey, US


16

PERIOPERATIVE MEDICINE: APPLICATION OF PRINCIPLES TO HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS
Marc Koch. Somnia, Inc, Harrison, New York, USA


17

IMPLEMENTATION OF ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY IN A CESAREAN SECTION POPULATION IN AN INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
Kimberly Lee. Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, USA


18

SUCCESSFUL ADOPTION OF A SIMPLIFIED MULTIMODAL ANALGESIA PROTOCOL ACROSS 10 SURGICAL SPECIALTIES IN A LARGE MULTICENTER ERAS PROGRAM
Derrick Lee. Kaiser Permanente - Northern California, Piedmont, California, USA


19

AN ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR SAME DAY SPINE SURGERY
Laura Lepczyk. Beaumont Health Department of Anesthesiology, Birmingham, Michigan, USA


20

IMPLEMENTATION OF A REVENUE-GENERATING, MULTI-SPECIALTY PRE-ANESTHESIA ANEMIA CLINIC WITH MINIMAL STAFFING REQUIREMENT
Christian Mabry. NYU Langone Health, NYC, New York, USA


21

IMPLEMENTATION OF AN APPLICATION-BASED TECHNOLOGY FOR PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOME MEASUREMENT LEADS TO ERAS PROGRAM SCALABILITY ACROSS A HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
Gina McConnell. WakeMed Health a Hospitals, Raleigh, North Carolina, Wake


22

COMPARING TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS PLANE CATHETERS VS. EPIDURALS IN OPEN COLORECTAL SURGERY ERAS PATHWAY PATIENTS
David Miller. Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York, USA


23

THE USE OF A NURSE NAVIGATOR TO FACILITATE CONVERGENCE OF AN ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAM, THE PATIENT AND THE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM
Karin Montgomery. Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA


24

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE OF LARGEST KNOWN CASE SERIES OF 800 COLORECTAL ERAS PATIENTS PERFORMED BY A COLORECTAL SURGICAL SPECIALTY PRACTICE WITHIN A COMMUNITY HEALTH SYSTEM.
Jeffrey A. Neale. The Colorectal institute and Lee Health, Fort Myers, Florida, USA


25

SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN 30-DAY READMISSION FOR ILEOSTOMY PATIENTS USING A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT METHOD
Margaret Odhner. UR Medicine/Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York, USA


26

THORACIC EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA IN THORACOSCOPIC SURGERY: A PERIOPERATIVE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE
Jacquelin Peck. Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami, Florida, USA


27

ACCURACY OF RAPT SCORE IN PREDICTING DISCHARGE DISPOSITION IN ELECTIVE NEUROSURGICAL SPINE PATIENTS WITHIN AN ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY PROGRAM
Rachel Pessoa. Penn Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


28

LAUNCHING AN ENHANCED SURGICAL RECOVERY PROGRAM AT A QUARTENARY CARE CENTER
Elizabeth Pratt. Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri, USA


29

EVERY PATIENT, EVERY PERSON, EVERY MOMENT: REVAMPING THE CARDIAC SURGERY CARE CONTINUUM AT BARNES-JEWISH HOSPITAL & WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Brandon Rahn. Barnes Jewish Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA


30

CREATION OF A SURGICAL HOME ACROSS ALL SURGICAL SUBSPECIALTIES
David Robson. Missouri Baptist Hospital Department of Surgery, St Louis, Missouri, USA


31

FEASIBILITY OF COLLECTING PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES USING WEB-BASED METHODS IN ERAS PATIENTS
Jamie Romeiser. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, USA


32

FEASIBILITY OF COLLECTING PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES USING WEB-BASED METHODS IN LABOR AND DELIVERY PATIENTS
Jamie Romeiser. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, USA


33

INTRAOPERATIVE ADMINISTRATION OF CA-008 FOR POSTOPERATIVE ANALGESIA
Mike Royal. Concentric Analgesics, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA


34

INTRAOPERATIVE ADMINISTRATION OF CA-008 FOR POSTOPERATIVE ANALGESIA
Mike Royal. Concentric Analgesics, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA


35

A JOURNEY DESCRIBED: DEVELOPMENT OF A SPINE ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY PROGRAM
Melissa Schmidt. Barnes Jewish Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA


36

A NATIONWIDE SURVEY OF PREOPERATIVE CARBOHYDRATE-CONTAINING BEVERAGE USE IN ADULT ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) PROGRAMS
Sunitha Singh. Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York, USA


37

WHAT TYPE OF SURGICAL PATIENTS ARE ENROLLED IN ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) PROGRAMS IN THE U. S. ?
Sunitha Singh. Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York, USA


38

OPIOID-FREE HERNIA RECOVERY WITH HTX-011, THE FIRST DUAL-ACTING LOCAL ANESTHETIC (DALA), AS FOUNDATION THERAPY
Neil Singla. Lotus Clinical Research, Pasadena, California, USA


39

ROLE OF THE PERIOPERATIVE CLINICAL PHARMACIST IN ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAMS
April Smith. Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, USA


40

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) PROTOCOL FOR TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY REDUCES COST AND IMPROVES OUTCOMES
Melissa Soderquist. Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, Washington DC, USA


41

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) PROTOCOLS INCREASE THE VALUE OF TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY AND REDUCE OVERALL OPIOID REQUIREMENTS
Melissa Soderquist. Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, Washington DC, USA


42

THE VALUE OF TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY CAN BE INCREASED WITH ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS) PROTOCOLS
Melissa Soderquist. Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, Washington DC, USA


43

A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY OF THE TREATMENT OF PROMPTING DRAINAGE TUBE POST-OPERATION OR NOT
Xu Sun. Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, Beijing, Alabama, China


44

IMPROVING COMPLIANCE TO ERAS CLINICAL PATHWAYS USING NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING SOFTWARE
Vernissia Tam. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA


45

GET FIT FOR SPINE SURGERY-QUALITY IMPROVEMENT WITH A COMPREHENSIVE ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS HAVING LUMBAR SPINE FUSION SURGERY
Susan VanderBeek. Beaumont Health System, Troy, Michigan, USA