Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly
Hotel del Coronado
1500 Orange Avenue Coronado, California 92118
Coronado, California
Upon completion of this conference, participants will be able to apply the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment, and clinical skills necessary for the practice of pediatric emergency medicine. Nationally recognized experts will present the latest, cutting-edge clinical techniques based on current research. A variety of methods will be used, including case presentations, evidence-based medicine, literature reviews, and in-depth coverage of the latest clinical controversies.

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, April 11, 2011
07:15:00 Continental Breakfast | Visit the Exhibits
08:00:00 Welcome Marianne Gausche-Hill
08:15:00 Preparedness of EDs to Care for Children: Be a Part of a National Initiative Marianne Gausche-Hill
08:45:00 Imaging Gently: Empowering Emergency Physicians to Safely Use CT Scans and Other Imaging Modalities in Children Donald Frush
09:30:00 Dental Emergencies You Can Sink Your Teeth Into William Dorfman
10:15:00 Break | Visit the Exhibits
10:45:00 Ventilator Management in the ED | Tricks to Keep Your Patient Alive Tom Kallay
11:30:00 Twist and Shout: Ovarian Torsion in Children Marianne Gausche-Hill
12:00:00 Lunch - On Your Own
13:30:00 To See or Not To See | Use of the Videolaryngoscopy in the Pediatric ED Susan Thomas Verghese
14:00:00 Latest Strategies for Treating Cerebral Edema in Pediatric Meningitis Antonio C. Arrieta
14:30:00 Regional Anesthesia for Pediatric Lower Extremity Procedures Susan Thomas Verghese
15:00:00 Break | Visit the Exhibits
15:30:00 Changing Epidemiology of Staphylococcus Aureus Infection Antonio C. Arrieta
16:00:00 Is That Really a Pediatric ECG? Anjan Batra
16:45:00 Wine & Cheese Reception in the Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
07:15:00 Continental Breakfast | Visit the Exhibits
08:00:00 The Ouchless ED Ilene A. Claudius
08:45:00 Pediatric Head and Neck Emergencies | Changing Epidemiology, Diagnostics, and Management Strategies Anthony E. Magit
09:30:00 Pediatric CPR and PALS Update Marc D. Berg
10:00:00 Break | Visit the Exhibits
10:30:00 That Was the Year That Was: 2010 Literature Review Richard M. Cantor
11:15:00 Ophthalmologic Emergencies in Children Part I | Findings You Don’t Want to Miss Gil Binenbaum
12:00:00 Lunch - On Your Own
13:30:00 Ophthalmologic Emergencies in Children Part II | Traumatic Eye Injuries Gil Binenbaum
14:15:00 Protocols, Providers, and Patients | New Practices at Triage Ilene A. Claudius
15:00:00 Break | Visit the Exhibits
15:30:00 “How Hip Are You?” | The New Drugs of Abuse Christian A. Tomaszewski
16:15:00 “Who Wants To Be a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician?” Richard M. Cantor
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
07:30:00 Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Customizing Disaster Plans for Children | Making Your System Work for Children in a Disaster Jeffrey S. Upperman
08:45:00 Munchausen’s By Proxy: How Sneaky! Joan E. Shook
09:30:00 Ketofol and other Cutting-Edge Sedation Cocktails | Are They Ready for Prime Time? Ghazala Sharieff
10:00:00 Break
10:15:00 Enzymes Gone Awry: Metabolic Disorders in Children Joan E. Shook
11:00:00 Get the Ten-4 on Physical Child Abuse Mary Clyde Pierce
11:45:00 Lunch On Your Own
12:45:00 Skin Rashes | When Do I Need to Worry? Lawrence F. Eichenfield
13:45:00 Is that Hymen Normal? | The Prepubertal Genitourinary Examination Mary Clyde Pierce
14:30:00 The Future is Here | Cutting-Edge Ultrasound in the Emergency Care of Infants and Children Stephanie J. Doniger
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