2018 Arndt Advanced Skills in Airway Management Lecture Series and Hands-on Workshops
Statement of Need
The field of airway management continues to evolve. This activity is being held in response to the need for basic and advanced airway management knowledge and skills in the operating room, emergency room, intensive care unit, and non-operating room settings. The goal of this course is to teach the skills and tools of basic and advanced airway management required in elective and emergent situations, while introducing newer airway management technologies.
The course will cover supraglottic airway and videolaryngoscopy devices, cricothyroidotomy and TTJV, fiberoptic intubation, retrograde intubation, techniques for airway rescue in the setting of failed intubation, and lung isolation techniques, including double-lumen tubes and wire-guided endobronchial blockade. The course this year will also address, in particular, unique difficulties that can be encountered in the pediatric patient. The course incorporates airway skills workshops and high-fidelity simulation to practice difficult airway management techniques.
This activity is intended to meet the needs of clinicians and other health care professionals who require clinical skills in advanced airway management. The intended audience includes anesthesiologists, emergency room physicians, intensive care physicians, nurse anesthetists, anesthesiologist assistants, perioperative nurses, residents of various training programs, fellows, and respiratory therapists.
Elements of Competence
This CE activity has been designed to change learner competence and focuses on the American Board of Medical Specialties' areas of medical knowledge, patient care and procedural skills, and practice-based learning and improvement.
At the conclusion of this educational, participants will be able to:
- Apply a thorough understanding and practical knowledge of the basics of airway assessment in your clinical practice.
- Recognize the signs of potentially difficult intubation and airway management.
- Develop a plan for dealing with a known difficult airway.
- Discuss indications for various airway management devices.
- Develop effective management strategies to deal with challenging airway scenarios.
- Demonstrate working knowledge of a variety of newer airway management devices.
- Recognize difficulties associated with managmeent of the difficult airway in the emergency department, ICU, and non-operating room locations.
Saturday, September 29, 2018
Registration & Continental Breakfast
Kristopher M. Schroeder, MD
Awake Airway Management
Ron O. Abrons, MD
Supraglottic Airway Rescue and Exchange
Molly Groose, MD
Videolaryngoscopy and Strategies for Success
Elizabeth H. Wilson, MD
Utility of Ultrasound in Airway Management
Pierre D. Kory, MD
Airway Decontamination – The “Dark Side” of Airway Management
James DuCanto, MD
Invasive Airway Management Techniques
George A. Arndt, MD
ICU Airway Management
Jagan Ramamoorthy, MD
Rapid Resuscitation and Optimization Prior to Emergency Intubation
Josh Glazer, MD
"One Month Old, Apneic" - Be Prepared so This Isn't the Scariest Page You Receive Today
Nicholas Kuehnel, MD
OR Pediatric Airway Management
Stylianos Voulgarelis, MD
Bronchoscopy for Airway Management
Micah Long, MD
Cutting Edge Prehospital Airway Management
Andrew Cathers, MD
Controversies in Ground EMS Airway Management
Michael Mancera, MD
Extubation of the Difficult Airway
Aaron Joffe, DO
Airway Management: Obese/Parturient
Shalini Borden, MD
Fiberoptic Station – Rima Rahal, MD, Laura Hammel, MD, Corey Amlong, MD & Justin Tawil, MD
Cricothyrotomy Station – Christopher Darling, DO & Michael Steuerwald, MD
Retrograde Station – George Arndt, MD & Hubert Cios, MD
Supraglottic Airway Device Station – Lisa Klesius, MD & Noreen Murphy, MD
Pediatric Airway Management Station – Stylianos Voulgarelis, MD, Jared Hylton, MD & Tony Nguyen, DO
Video/Optical Laryngoscopy Station – Jagan Ramamoorthy, MD & Elizabeth Wilson, MD
SGA Exchange Station – Ron Abrons, MD, Jocelyn Blake, MD & John Shepler, MD
Lung Isolation Techniques – Micah Long, MD, Chris Cassara, MD & Richard Wolman, MD, MA
US Guided Airway Assessment Station – Pierre Kory, MD
Massive Aspiration Simulator –James DuCanto, MD
Jet Ventilation – Jim Lennertz, MD
A block of rooms has been reserved for Friday, September 28, 2018 at the Best Western Plus InnTowner Madison, 2424 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53726; telephone 608-233-8778; 800-258-8321. The special conference rate is $139.99, plus tax. The Best Western InnTowner Plus Madison will release the block of rooms to the general public on August 29, 2018. Please call the hotel directly for your reservation and, to receive the special conference rates, please mention Group Code: ARNDT18. The InnTowner is located two blocks from the conference site, University Hospital. Please inquire at the hotel’s front desk regarding shuttle service to University Hospital.
Casual attire is appropriate for this conference. Since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary, it is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket to the educational activity.
From the East (Milwaukee/Waukesha): Take I-94 West. As you approach Madison, watch for Exit 4A LEFT toward Janesville. Take this LEFT exit, which will put you on I-39 South/I-90 East. Merge into the right lane and, after approximately 3.5 miles, take Exit 142A toward Madison. From Hwy 12/18, see the "FROM HWY 12/18" directions at the bottom of this list.
From the North (Wausau/Stevens Point): Take I-39/Hwy. 51 South. At Portage, I-39 merges into I-90/I-94. Continue until Exit 142A, which will put you on Hwy 12/18 heading west toward Madison. From Hwy 12/18, see the "FROM HWY 12/18" directions at the bottom of this list.
From the Northeast (Fond du Lac/Oshkosh/Appleton/Green Bay): Take Hwy 41 South to Hwy 151 South. As you approach Sun Prairie, watch for Exit 97A and merge into I-39 South/I-90 East toward Chicago/Milwaukee. Continue until Exit 142A, which will put you on Hwy 12/18 heading west toward Madison. From Hwy 12/18, see the "FROM HWY 12/18" directions at the bottom of this list.
From the Northwest (Eau Claire/La Crosse/Wisconsin Dells): Take I-94 East toward Madison/Chicago. As you approach Madison, take Exit 142A, which will put you on Hwy 12/18 heading west toward Madison. From Hwy 12/18, see the "FROM HWY 12/18" directions at the bottom of this list.
From the South (Janesville/Rockford/Chicago): Take I-39 North/I-90 West. As you approach Madison, take Exit 142A LEFT, which will put you on Hwy 12/18 heading west toward Madison. From Hwy 12/18, see the "FROM HWY 12/18" directions at the bottom of this list.
From the Southeast (Whitewater): Take Hwy 12 toward Madison. As you approach Madison, you will merge into Hwy 12/18 heading west. From Hwy 12/18, see the "FROM HWY 12/18" directions at the bottom of this list.
From the Southwest (Dubuque/Platteville/Mineral Point): Take Hwy 151 north into Madison. Go north approximately 1.5 miles and turn right onto University Ave. In approximately 1 mile, bear right with University Ave., then turn left onto Highland Ave. Continue approximately one quarter of a mile to the front entrance to UW Hospital and Clinics. Turn left and proceed into the parking ramp in front of the building.
FROM HWY 12/18: Take Exit 258 for Midvale Blvd. Go north approximately 2.5 miles and turn right onto University Ave. In approximately 1 mile, bear right with University Ave., then turn left onto Highland Ave. Continue approximately one quarter of a mile to the front entrance to UW Hospital and Clinics. Turn left and proceed into the parking ramp in front of the building.
Richard E. Galgon, MD, MS; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Kristopher M. Schroeder, MD; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Elizabeth H. Wilson, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Ron O. Abrons, MD; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology; Director, Airway Management Raining and Research, Department of Anesthesiology, The University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics, Iowa City, IA
James DuCanto, MD; Staff Anesthesiologist and Director of the Simulation Center, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI
Mohammad El-Orbany, MD; Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Aaron M. Joffe, DO; Associate Professor of Anestheisology, University of Washington Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA
Franklin Ruiz, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Campus, Milwaukee, WI
Justin Tawil, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Stylianos Voulgarelis, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN FACULTY
Corey A. Amlong, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Alian Aquino, MD; Clinical Instructor, Department of Anesthesiology
George A. Arndt, MD; Professor of Anethesiology
*Terese Bailey, BS; Senior Outreach Specialist, Office of Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Public Health, UW SMPH
Kristin Bevil, MD; Fellow in Anesthesiology
Jocelyn M. Blake, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Shelly B. Borden, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Christopher Cassara, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Andrew Cathers, MD; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Hubert A. Cios, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Christopher D. Darling, DO; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
*Richard E. Galgon, MD, MS; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Joshua M. Glazer, MD; Assistant Professor, BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine
Molly Groose, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Laura L. Hammel, MD; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Michael J. Hannaman, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Jared Hylton, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Peggy Kim, MD, MS, MBA; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Lisa Klesius, MD; Assistant Professor Anesthesiology
Pierre D. Kory, MD; Associate Professor of Medicine
Nicholas Kuehnel, MD; Medical Director, Pediatric Emergency Director, BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine
Richard Lennertz, MD; Fellow in Anesthesiology
Micah Long, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Michael Mancera, MD; Assistant Professor, BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine
Timothy McCormick, DO; Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Noreen Murphy, MD; Assistant Professor in Anesthesiology
Tony Nguyen, DO; Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology
Rima Rahal, MD; Assistant Professor of Anethesiology
Jagan Ramamoorthy, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
*Kristopher M. Schroeder, MD; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
John A. Shepler, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Michael T. Steuerwald, MD; Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Adam Weinstein, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Karl Willmann, MD; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
*Elizabeth H. Wilson, MD; Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Richard L. Wolman, MD, MA; Professor of Anesthesiology
*= Planning Committee Member
POLICY ON DISCLOSURE
It is the policy of the University of Wisconsin–Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership, that the faculty, authors, planners, and other persons who may influence content of this CE activity disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial interests in order to allow CE staff to identify and resolve any potential conflicts of interest. Faculty must also disclose any planned discussion of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices during their presentation(s).
Disclosures will be available prior to the start of the conference.
|In support of improving patient care, the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.|
Credit Designation Statement
American Medical Association (AMA)
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP designates this live activity for a maximum of 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP, as a member of the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA), authorizes this program for .80 continuing education units (CEUs) or 8.0 hours.
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA)
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- 8.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 8.00 University of Wisconsin–Madison Continuing Education Hours
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 25, 2018
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