3rd Annual Anesthesiology Update 2019
Anesthesiology Update will present the latest findings and recommendations for topics at the forefront of anesthesiology. Topics include pre-operative preparation of the surgical patient, the patient with liver disease and lung transplant patients, OB analgesic techniques, care of the congenital heart patient in the OR, care of the ambulatory patient in the chronic pain clinic, pharmacogenetics for anesthesia and quality improvement techniques. Enjoy earning your CME credits at a beautiful, classic summer resort that is family oriented.
- Evaluate the latest findings and recommendations for topics at the forefront of anesthesiology.
- Assess pre-operative preparation of the surgical patient, the cardiac patient in your OR, OB emergencies, perioperative care of the pediatric patient and post-operative care of the surgical patient.
- Discuss anesthesiology topics with renowned experts who are actively engaged in clinical practice, research and education.
- Enjoy the high quality Mayo Clinic CME experience.
- Immerse yourself and your family in the nature and outdoors surrounding the Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan.
|Full Fee: MD, DO, Scientist||$595|
|Reduced Fee: CRNA, AA, NP, PA, Allied Health Professional, Student Fee||$475|
This course offers the unique opportunity for commercial companies to interact with health care providers and highlight their products and services. If you are interested in exhibiting at this course, please complete the attached exhibit forms and submit to Laura Wilson.
This course is designed for practicing anesthesiologists, CRNAs, anesthesiology assistants, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and all other perioperative healthcare providers.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Identify indications for intraoperative TEE during non-cardiac surgery.
- Describe issues for anesthetizing patients with congenital heart disease
- Discuss the risks of anesthesia and surgery in patients with liver disease
- Identify and appropriately manage patients on high (red zone) doses of opioids.
- Identify sources of waste in healthcare
- Discribe pharmacokinetics and the concept of context-sensitive half-life
- Discribe the unique aspects of post lung transplant patients undergoing non cardiac procedures.
- Discuss the mechanism of perineural dexmedetomidine for providing perioperative analgesia.
- Discribe the contra indications for awake craniotomy and review the importance of teamwork in the process.
- Describe the most recent evidence for possible neurotoxicity of inhalation anesthetics.
- Review respiratory physiology relevant to the discussion of perioperative use of spontaneous vs controlled ventilation.
- Discuss the evolving physiology of the microcirculation and integrate that understanding into intraoperative fluid management.
- Discuss how to respond to an aspiration event in patient undergoing anesthesia
- Compare programmed intermittent epidural bolus and continuous epidural infusion techniques for labor analgesia management.
- Review the technique of placing a nasotracheal tube in a patient with a normal or a difficult airway.
- Define the concept of emotional intelligence and integrate emotional intelligence into communication in the workplace
- Describe the implications of anesthesia on the Eco-system.
- List regional anesthetic alternatives to an interscalene brachial plexus block for shoulder surgery, and be able to identify common sonoanatomy in the posterior cervical triangle.
- Describe the current applications of pharmacogenomics in the perioperative setting
Attendance at this Mayo Clinic course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taught in this course.
Experience the tradition of the Grand Hotel, located on northern Michigan’s Mackinac Island. You will never forget the spectacular views from rocking chairs overlooking the Straits of Mackinac from the world’s longest porch. Third-generation, family-owned by the Musser family, Grand Hotel is rich in history, a place where time moves at the pace of horse-drawn carriages and bicycles. Here, meals are an event and traditions such as Afternoon Tea in the Parlor and nightly dancing remain a noteworthy part of the guest experience. Grand Hotel is recognized as Travel + Leisure’s 500 World’s Best Hotels and the Best Hotel in Michigan, and Condé Nast Traveler’s Top 5 Midwest Resorts.
Guest rooms have been reserved for attendees and their guests with special conference rates at the Grand Hotel. In order to receive the special rate, reservations must be made by completing the reservation form and emailing, faxing or mailing it to the hotel’s reservation department. The hotel will accept reservation forms until the rooms have all been booked. (Reservations cannot be made by telephone.)
286 Grand Avenue
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Fax: (906) 847-0945
Grand Hotel rate breakdown: DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
Daily, Per Person SINGLE
First Guest 2nd Guest OCCUPANCY
Smaller, interior-view rooms $398.00 $100.00 $423.00
Larger, interior-view and smaller, lake-view rooms $518.00 $100.00 $543.00
Special, deluxe lake-view guest rooms, some with balcony $698.00 $100.00 $723.00
Grand Hotel operates on the Modified American Plan. This means that your daily rate includes breakfast and dinner. (PDFs contain complete price breakdown.)
In addition to our Grand Luncheon Buffet, other facilities are available at Grand Hotel for lunch.
RESERVATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL PERSONS
9 years of age and under, no charge (except for luggage charge)
10 through 17 years of age, $59.00 daily, per person
18 years of age and older, $139.00 daily, per person
Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry
Shepler's Ferry to Mackinac Island can be accessed by driving to Mackinaw City (on Michigan’s lower peninsula) or St. Ignace (upper peninsula). Get driving directions to Mackinaw City or St. Ignace. Registered attendees of the Anesthesiology Update course receive a travel discount by using Shepler’s Ferry and can purchase tickets online using the password "MAYO2019" or identify yourself as a conference attendee at the ticket office. Rate is $19 for adults and $10 for children.
New for 2018: All Options are Self Park
Ample parking is available at Shepler's Ferry and attendees have options that include:
Mackinaw City – Overnight Parking
Premium On-Site Parking $25.00 / night: Our premium parking option allows you to park right at the dock parking lot. You will receive a parking ticket when you enter the lot and you will be required to pay as you exit for your return home. Before parking, come to our unloading area, where we will tag your bags for your hotel. Then you can find a spot in the lot adjacent our dock. Save time and buy your ferry tickets online and go right from your car to the boat, skipping the ticket office line completely.
Standard Off-Site Parking $5.00 / night: If you choose our standard overnight parking option, first come to the dock to unload bags and bikes. You will need to go to the ticket office to pay for your parking prior to heading to that lot. The lot is approximately four blocks away, with continuous tram service offered back from the lot. Our ticket office cast members will give you directions to the lot when you pick up your parking pass. Please plan to arrive one hour prior to your desired ferry departure time.
Day Parking - Free
St. Ignace – Overnight Parking
Standard Parking $5.00 / night: All of our parking in St. Ignace is right at the dock. You will receive a parking ticket when you enter the dock area and you will be required to pay for the number of nights parked upon exiting for your departure home. (There will be no charge if you are just visiting for the day.)
AVAILABLE AT THE DOCK.
Mackinac Island Airport (MCD):
Mackinac Island Airport’s 3,500-foot lighted, paved runway is capable of accommodating private and charter aircraft. The airport is one mile from Grand Hotel. Horse-drawn taxi service is available from the airport to Grand Hotel. For more information, please call (906) 847-3323.
Fly from your airport directly to Mackinac Island on one of North Country Aviation’s charter planes, including the Cessna 421C, Air Carrier Certificate N4CA490Y. For more information, including servicing airports and rates, please contact North Country Aviation directly at 800-959-1829 or click here for more information.
Pellston Regional Airport (PLN):
Pellston Regional Airport is located 12 miles south of Mackinaw City. Air taxi service between the Pellston Regional Airport and Mackinac Island Airport is available 24 hours a day. For information, call Great Lakes Air at (906) 643-7327.
Commercial air service to Pellston is available daily through Delta Airlink in Detroit.
Limousine and Shuttle Service:
Mackinaw Shuttle is available at the Pellston, Michigan Airport for taxi service between the Pellston Airport and the Mackinaw City ferry docks along with other Michigan cities on a 24-hour basis. This service is also available on a charter basis. Reservations are recommended.
Zeljko J. Bosnjak, Ph.D., F.A.H.A.
Professor, Departments of Medicine and Physiology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Mayo Clinic Faculty
Devon O. Aganga, M.D.
Adam W. Amundson, M.D.
Katherine W. Arendt, M.D.
Maria Thereza P. Barbosa, M.D.
William (W Brian) B. Beam, M.D.
Robert C. Chantigian, M.D.
Jonathan E. Charnin, M.D.
Molly M. Herr, M.D.
Philippe R. Housmans, M.D., Ph.D.
Terry L. Hunt, II M.D.
Adam K. Jacob, M.D.
Christopher J. Jankowski, M.D., M.B.O.E.
Mark T. Keegan, M.D.
Yvette N. Martin McGrew, M.D., Ph.D.
Kent H. Rehfeldt, M.D.
Eduardo S. Rodrigues, M.D.
Emily E. Sharpe, M.D.
Charles (Chase) R. Sims, III M.D.
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Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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