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ADVANCED PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSEMBLY
New York Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway
New York, New York
http://www.acep.org/meetinginfo.aspx?id=43084
ADVANCED PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSEMBLY

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, April 12, 2010
07:30:00 Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Welcome/Introductions Richard M. Cantor
08:15:00 Keeping Pediatric Patients Safe in the ED
09:00:00 That Was the Year That Was: 2009-10 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Literature Review Richard M. Cantor
10:00:00 Break - Visit the Exhibits
10:30:00 The Neonate in Crisis: A Lot More Than a Septic Workup Marianne Gausche-Hill
11:15:00 Pesky Palpitations in Children: Adenosine and Beyond Craig J. Byrum
12:00:00 Lunch - Visit the Exhibits
13:30:00 Pertussis Revisited Marianne Gausche-Hill
14:00:00 SCFE, BMI, and Missed Cases Marianne Gausche-Hill
14:30:00 Break - Visit the Exhibits
15:00:00 What's Hip With Hip Pain: Do the Decision Rules Really Apply? Martin G. Hellman
15:30:00 Lytic Lesion of the Bone: When to Worry Martin G. Hellman
16:00:00 The Many Faces of Malignancy Presenting in the Pediatric Emergency Department James M. Callahan
16:45:00 Cheese Reception in the Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
07:30:00 Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Do You Believe this Blood Pressure?: Hypertensive Urgencies and Emergencies in Children Richard M. Cantor
08:45:00 The Eyes Have It: Pediatric Ophthalmologic Emergencies Gil Binenbaum
09:45:00 Break - Visit the Exhibits
10:15:00 Fever in 2010 Jeffrey R. Avner
11:15:00 An Advanced Approach to Febrile and Afebrile Seizures: Issues and Controversies Paul G. Fisher
12:00:00 Lunch - Visit the Exhibits
13:30:00 Patient/Parent Satisfaction: Making Everyone Happy Thom A. Mayer
14:00:00 Fostering Good Relationships With Your Referral Sources Thom A. Mayer
14:30:00 Headaches in Children: When to Worry Paul G. Fisher
15:15:00 Break - Visit the Exhibits
15:45:00 No One is Laughing Anymore: Why You Should Reconsider Using Nitrous Oxide in Your ED? Randolph J. Cordle
16:15:00 The Maintenance of Certification Process and the Pediatric Emergency Physician: Learning the Ropes Paul V. Miles
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
06:00:00 check in
07:30:00 Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Surviving the Sepsis Guidelines: Overcoming Barriers to Goal-Directed Therapy in Pediatric Patients Richard A. Orr
08:45:00 Regional Anesthesia in Children: Was Blind But Now I See with Ultrasound Heather M. Tassone, Randolph J. Cordle
09:45:00 Break
10:00:00 The Potential Toxicity of Creams, Supplements, and Organic Remedies Robert S. Hoffman
10:45:00 Image Gently: Should We Attempt to Limit the Use of Computed Tomography in PEM? Nikhil Shah
11:30:00 Burn Baby Burn Gregory P. Moore
12:00:00 Lunch - On Your Own
13:00:00 Controlling the Agitated Pediatric Patient Gregory P. Moore
13:30:00 Put A Little Sugar In Your Day Robert S. Hoffman
14:00:00 Code Cool for Kids: Is There a Role for Therapeutic Hypothermia Post-Resuscitation in Pediatric Patients? Vinay M. Nadkarni
14:30:00 Break
14:45:00 ECMO in the ED: When is Extracorporeal Life Support (ECLS) Indicated as a CPR Adjunct? Vinay M. Nadkarni
15:15:00 That Killer Rash: Rashes in Pediatric Patients that Can’t be Misdiagnosed James R. Treat
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