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Resuscitation 2019

June 25-28, 2019

Leadership Hall

University of Maryland

Baltimore, MD

Register Now!

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INNOVATIVE, NEW CURRICULUM ON THE CORE TOPICS IN RESUSCITATION & ACUTE CARE!

  • Intensive, concise update to your practice

  • Learn the latest guidelines, algorithms and care pathways for the sickest of patients

  • Avoid pitfalls and learn practical pearls

  • Optional Critical Care Bootcamp focused on caring for the ICU boarder in YOUR ED

  • Optional Cadaver Lab focused on life-saving procedures

  • Optional Advanced Ultrasound Workshop for the busy emergency physician

  • Up to 24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

 

See what you missed?

Watch this free sample lecture from Resuscitation 2018 below:

Non-Invasive Ventilation by Haney Mallemat - Resuscitation 2018

World Class Faculty - That can teach you how to save lives…

(in under 30 minutes!) 

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Course Director:

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Michael Winters, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM

Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine

Vice Chair for Clinical and Administrative Affairs

Director, Critical Care Education

Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD


Faculty

  Laura J Bontempo, MD, MEd, FACEP, FAAEM   Assistant Professor  Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Laura J Bontempo, MD, MEd, FACEP, FAAEM

Assistant Professor

Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Ken Butler, MD, FACEP   Associate Professor  Associate Residency Director  Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Ken Butler, MD, FACEP

Associate Professor

Associate Residency Director

Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Richard M. Cantor, MD FAAP/FACEP   Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics  Director, Pediatric Emergency Department  Medical Director, Central New York Poison Control Center  Upstate Medical University  Syracuse, NY

Richard M. Cantor, MD FAAP/FACEP

Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics

Director, Pediatric Emergency Department

Medical Director, Central New York Poison Control Center

Upstate Medical University

Syracuse, NY

  Wendy Chang, MD   Associate Professor  Department of Emergency Medicine   University of Maryland School of Medicine   Baltimore, MD

Wendy Chang, MD

Associate Professor

Department of Emergency Medicine


University of Maryland School of Medicine


Baltimore, MD


  Peter DeBlieux, MD   LSUHSC Professor of Clinical Medicine  Chief Medical Officer  University Medical center at New Orleans  New Orleans, LA

Peter DeBlieux, MD

LSUHSC Professor of Clinical Medicine

Chief Medical Officer

University Medical center at New Orleans

New Orleans, LA

 
  Sara Gray, MD FRCPC MPH   Emergency Medicine & Critical Care, St. Michael's Hospital  Associate Professor, University of Toronto  Toronto, ON, Canada

Sara Gray, MD FRCPC MPH

Emergency Medicine & Critical Care, St. Michael's Hospital

Associate Professor, University of Toronto

Toronto, ON, Canada

  John C. Greenwood, MD   Medical Director - Resuscitation & Critical Care Unit (ResCCU)  Department of Emergency Medicine / Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care  Assistant Professor, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania  Philadelphia, PA

John C. Greenwood, MD

Medical Director - Resuscitation & Critical Care Unit (ResCCU)

Department of Emergency Medicine / Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Assistant Professor, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

  Kami Hu, MD   Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Kami Hu, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD


  Danya Koujah, MBBS   Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Danya Koujah, MBBS

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Haney Mallemat, MD   Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Medicine   Cooper Hospital Rowan School of Medicine   Camden, NJ

Haney Mallemat, MD

Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Medicine


Cooper Hospital Rowan School of Medicine


Camden, NJ

  Sara Manning, MD   Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Sara Manning, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Amal Mattu, MD   Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine   University of Maryland School of Medicine   Baltimore, MD

Amal Mattu, MD

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine


University of Maryland School of Medicine


Baltimore, MD


  Siamak Moayedi, MD   Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Siamak Moayedi, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Thomas M. Scalea, MD   Professor of Surgery  Director, Program in Trauma  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Physician-in-Chief, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center  System Chief for Critical Care Services, University of Maryland Medical System  Baltimore, MD

Thomas M. Scalea, MD

Professor of Surgery

Director, Program in Trauma

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Physician-in-Chief, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center

System Chief for Critical Care Services, University of Maryland Medical System

Baltimore, MD

  Ryan Spangler, MD   Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Ryan Spangler, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Rory Spiegel, MD   Clinical Instructor, Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

Rory Spiegel, MD

Clinical Instructor, Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD


  Deb Stein, MD, MPH   R Adams Cowley Professor in Shock and Trauma, University of Maryland School of Medicine  Chief of Trauma, University of Maryland Medical Center  Baltimore, MD

Deb Stein, MD, MPH

R Adams Cowley Professor in Shock and Trauma, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Chief of Trauma, University of Maryland Medical Center

Baltimore, MD

  Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH   Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine  St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Emergency Department  Deputy Editor EM: RAP  Managing Editor EM Abstracts  Associate Editor REBEL EM  New York, NY

Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine

St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Emergency Department

Deputy Editor EM: RAP

Managing Editor EM Abstracts

Associate Editor REBEL EM

New York, NY

  George C. Willis, MD FAAEM, FACEP   Director of Undergraduate Medical Education  Assistant Residency Program Director  Department of Emergency Medicine  University of Maryland School of Medicine  Baltimore, MD

George C. Willis, MD FAAEM, FACEP

Director of Undergraduate Medical Education

Assistant Residency Program Director

Department of Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

  Teresa Wu, MD, FACEP   Director, Point of Care Ultrasound Program & Fellowships  Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix  Simulation Curriculum Director  Director, Simulation Educators Program  Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine  University of Arizona, College of Medicine-Phoenix  Phoenix, AZ

Teresa Wu, MD, FACEP

Director, Point of Care Ultrasound Program & Fellowships

Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix

Simulation Curriculum Director

Director, Simulation Educators Program

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

University of Arizona, College of Medicine-Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ


Lectures

Latest updates, fast paced, easily digestible. That's how we do it.

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Main Conference Day 1, June 26, 2019

Breakfast Video: Mindset of the Resuscitationist

Undifferentiated Shock

POCUS Pearls

Cardiac Arrest 2019

The Crashing Asthmatic

Recent ECG Advances That Will Save A Life

Updates in Thromboembolism

The Cage Match...

Recent ACS Literature You NEED to Know!

Updates in Sepsis Resuscitation

Reversing Life-Threatening Anticoagulant Hemorrhage

Modern Management of Anaphylaxis

Pitfalls in DKA and HHS

Resuscitating the Crashing Geriatric Patient

Pearls for the Critically Ill Child

Final Pearls from Day 1

 

Main Conference Day 2, June 27, 2019

Breakfast Video: Resuscitation Ergonomics

Recent Peds EM Literature You NEED to Know!

Neurocritical Care Updates - Acute Ischemic Stroke & ICH

Heroic Resuscitation Procedures

Pediatric Sepsis Resuscitation

Trauma Updates for the Busy EP

Resuscitating the Critically Ill Obese Patient

Deadly Dialysis Disorders

Pitfalls in Emergency Airway Management

ED Mechanical Ventilation - Where's The Easy Button?

Pearls for Post-Intubation Analgesia & Sedation

Vasopressors in the ED

The Voices in My Head - Performing Live-Saving Procedures

The Crashing Patient with Pulmonary Hypertension

Resuscitation Quickies for the Moribund Patient

Final Pearls from Day 2

 
 

MINIMIZE RISK. 

MAXIMIZE SAVES.

Critical Care Bootcamp, June 28, 2019

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CRITICAL CARE BOOTCAMP

OPTIONAL POST-CONFERENCE SESSION.

JUNE 28 - 7:30AM TO 6:00PM

Non-ICU physicians are now routinely required to manage patients for prolonged periods on ventilators, to initiate and sustain sepsis protocols, to diagnose and treat the various forms of shock, and to perform advanced techniques in hemodynamic monitoring. The “Critical Care Bootcamp” is designed and taught by experts in resuscitation with a single goal in mind—to train you how to provide optimal care for the most critically ill patients in your practice, whether in the ED or on the medical floors. Accredited for 8 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. 

Topics for 2019 include:

Breakfast Video: Practical Hemodynamic Monitoring for the EP

Recent Critical Care Articles You've GOT to Know!

Fluid Administration AFTER the Resuscitation Phase

Tough Cases in ED Mechanical Ventilation

Mindfulness in Critical Care

High-Impact Interventions To Prevent Your ICU Boarder from Crashing...Again!

Top Tips in Transferring Your Critically Ill Patient to the Tertiary Center

The Great Debate

You've Got ROSC! Now What...Meaningful Family Discussions

Palliative Care Interventions for the ED Patient

Extubating in the ED

Remember That Patient You Admitted To the Floor?

Winning at Failure...When To Move to Contingency Plans in the Critically Ill

Blood Pressure Management in the Neurocritically Ill

Critical Care Landmines 2019

Take Home Pearls and Q & A

 


Emergency Airway Cadaver Lab

June 25, 2019 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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Emergency Airway Cadaver Lab

June 25, 2019 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

DO YOU HAVE YOUR PLAN B?

Airway management is the sine qua non of successful emergency department resuscitation. Notwithstanding, it is an extremely high-risk procedure that is can be fraught with peril.  Mistakes and missteps in emergency airway management can cost lives!

In this innovative cadaver lab experience, nationally renowned instructors will teach you life-saving airway management skills.

Emergency airway topics to be covered and practiced during this session include:

Direct laryngoscopy

Video laryngoscopy

Supgraglottic airway placement

Bougie-assisted intubation

Fiberoptic intubation

Cricothyroidotomy

*Course is limited in size so please register early to guarantee a spot! 

 

Heroic Procedures Cadaver Lab

June 25, 2019 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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Heroic Procedures Cadaver Lab

June 25, 2019 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

WHEN SECONDS MATTER, DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO MAKE THE FIRST INCISION?

THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND CADAVER LAB EXPERIENCE IS TAUGHT BY LEADING EDUCATORS IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE AND CRITICAL CARE. 

ATTEND THIS LAB AND YOU WILL SAVE LIVES!

Procedures to be covered include:

• Cricothyroidotomy

• Tube thoracostomy

• Resuscitative thoracotomy

• REBOA

• ECPR cannulation

• Lateral canthotomy

*Course is limited in size so please register early to guarantee a spot! 

 

Bedside Echocardiography in the Critically Ill

June 25, 2019 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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Bedside Echocardiography in the Critically Ill

June 25, 2019 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND HAS BECOME STANDARD IN THE RESUSCITATION OF CRITICALLY ILL ED PATIENTS. 

IN THIS LAB EXPERIENCE, NATIONALLY RENOWNED FACULTY TAKE YOU BEYOND THE BASICS OF ULTRASOUND AND TEACH YOU CUTTING EDGE ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES TO SAVE YOUR CRASHING PATIENT.

Bedside Echocardiography in the Critically Ill:

1.   Standard Transthoracic Views

2.   Left Ventricular Assessment

3.   Pericardial and Valvular Assessment

4.   Shock Assessment (RUSH or CORE)

5. Clinical Practice & Cases

*Course is limited in size so please register early to guarantee a spot!

Advanced Point-of-Care Ultrasound Applications 

June 25, 2019 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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Advanced Point-of-Care Ultrasound Applications.

June 25, 2019 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND HAS BECOME STANDARD IN THE RESUSCITATION OF CRITICALLY ILL ED PATIENTS. 

IN THIS LAB EXPERIENCE, NATIONALLY RENOWNED FACULTY TAKE YOU BEYOND THE BASICS OF ULTRASOUND AND TEACH YOU CUTTING EDGE TECHNIQUES TO MANAGE ASSORTED EMERGENCY CASES.

Advanced Point-of-Care Ultrasound Applications:

1.   Lung Ultrasound

2.   Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks

3.   Ocular Ultrasonography

4.   Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

5.   Dealer's Choice: EFAST, Biliary, Renal or Aorta (Participants of the course will have the option to learn and enhance their skills performing one of these common point-of-care ultrasound scans.)

*Course is limited in size so please register early to guarantee a spot!