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PROGRAM2019-03-17T19:13:05+00:00

Friday, November 1

17:00-17:10 Welcome and opening remarks

Moderators
P.J. Devereaux, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
Michael McGillion, Nursing, McMaster University, Ontario
Daniel Sessler, Anesthesiology, Case Western University, Ohio
Sadeesh Srinathan, Surgery, University of Manitoba, Manitoba

17:10-18:10 Resident and Fellow Research Competition Oral Presentations
Researchers will have 9 minutes to present and 3 minutes to answer questions

Judges
Mohit Bhandari, Surgery, McMaster University, Ontario
Michelle Graham, Medicine, University of Alberta, Alberta
Manoj Lalu, Anesthesiology, University of Ottawa, Ontario

18:10-18:35 Advice on Research Training and Building a Research Program (includes 5 minute Q & A)
Mohit Bhandari, Surgery, McMaster University, Ontario
18:40-19:40 Junior and Mid-Career Faculty Research Competition Oral Presentations
Researchers will have 9 minutes to present and 3 minutes to answer questions

Judges
Janet Martin, Anesthesiology, Pharmacy, Western University, Ontario
Donald Redelmeier, Medicine, University of Toronto, Ontario

19:40-19:45 Wrap Up
Dan Sessler & Sadeesh Srinathan
19:45 Welcome Reception

Saturday, November 2

07:00-08:00 Breakfast
08:00-08:10 Welcome
Ameen Patel, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
08:10-09:45 Session 1: Perioperative Cardiac Complications
Moderators
Michelle Graham, Cardiology, University of Alberta, Alberta
Joel Parlow, Anesthesiology, Queen’s University, Ontario
08:10-08:25 Trends in Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Disease Prevalence In Patients Undergoing Noncardiac Surgery
08:30-08:45 Physicians Clinical Ability to Differentiate Type 1 Versus Type 2 Perioperative MI
Flavia Borges, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
09:10-09:25 Cost Consequences of Perioperative Troponin Measurements After Noncardiac Surgery
09:30-09:45 Fireside Chat: How to Gain Hospital Support, Set Up, and Run a Preoperative NT-ProBNP Testing Program
Expert: Ameen Patel; Moderator: Dan Sessler
09:45-10:15 Networking Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibits
10:15-11:45 Session 2: Treatment and risk stratification in patients with MINS
Moderators
Dan Sessler, Anesthesiology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland
10:15-10:30 What Effect Can Compliant MINS Patients Expect From Dabigatran
P.J. Devereaux, Cardiology, McMaster University, Ontario
10:35-10:50 Should MINS Patients Receiving Dabigatran Receive Omeprazole
Emmanuelle Duceppe, Medicine, University of Montreal, Quebec
10:55-11:10 What Is The Role Of Stress Myocardial Perfusion Imaging After MINS
Phil Joseph, Cardiology, McMaster University, Ontario
11:15-11:45 Chain Reaction Panel with Case Presentations: Management of MINS
Michelle Graham, Cardiology, University of Alberta, Alberta
Michael Prystajecky, Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan
Erin Sloan, Medicine, University of British Columbia, British Columbia
Kim Styles, Cardiology, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
Vikas Tandon, Cardiology, McMaster University, Nova Scotia
11:45-13:00 Lunch, Networking and Exhibits
13:00-15:40 Session 3: Frailty, Perioperative Delirium and Pain
Moderators
Kelly Zarnke, Medicine, University of Calgary, Alberta
Maura Marcucci, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
13:00-13:15 Can a Frailty Measure Predict Mortality and Readmission After Surgery?
13:20-13:35 Impact of Frailty on 1-Year Outcomes After Noncardiac Surgery
13:40-13:55 In Which Patients Should we Screen for Perioperative Delirium and How?
Camilla Wong, Geriatrics, University of Toronto, Ontario
14:00-14:15 How to Set-up a Perioperative Delirium Prevention Program
Richard Sztramko, Geriatrics, McMaster University, Ontario
14:20-14:35 Basics for Non-Anesthesiologists Regarding Acute Perioperative Pain Management
Greg Bryson, Anesthesiology, University of Ottawa, Ontario
14:40-14:55 Avoidance and Management of Narcotic Side Effects
Su-Yin MacDonell, Anesthesiology, University of British Columbia, British Columbia
15:00-15:15 Risk and Impact of Chronic Incisional Pain
James Khan, Anesthesiology, University of Toronto, Ontario
15:20-15:40 Campfire Session: Who can and Should Manage Perioperative Pain
Hilary Grocott, Anesthesiology, University of Manitoba, Manitoba
Sadeesh Srinathan, Surgery, University of Manitoba, Manitoba
15:40-16:10 Networking Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibits
16:10-16:40 Session 4: Ongoing Perioperative and Surgical Trials and Studies
Moderators
P.J. Devereaux, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
Andrea Kurz, Anesthesiology, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio
16:45-18:00 Session 5: Perioperative Blood Pressure and Fluid Management
Moderators
Ameen Patel, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
Manoj Lalu, Anesthesiology, University of Ottawa, Ontario
16:45-17:00 The Debaters
Physicians in the perioperative setting should focus on absolute blood pressure measurements instead of relative changes in blood pressure measurements from the patient’s baseline measurementModerator: Donald Redelmeier, Medicine, University of Toronto, Ontario
PRO: Daniel Sessler, Anesthesiology, Case Western University, Ohio
CON: Don Young, Anesthesiology, University of British Columbia, British Columbia
17:05-17:20 Liberal Versus Restrictive Fluids for Intra-Abdominal Surgery: Insights From the RELIEF Trial
17:25-17:40 Prediction of Postoperative Hypotension
Stephen Yang, Anesthesiology, McGill University, Quebec
17:40-17:50 Wrap-up, feedback, and overview of Sunday’s agenda 
Ameen Patel, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
17:50-18:00 Society and Research Awards Presentations
18:00 Networking Reception
Hosted by the Society for Perioperative Research and Care

Sunday, November 3

07:00-07:50 Breakfast
08:00-08:10 Welcome and Recap
08:00-10:15 Session 6: Timing of Surgery and Post-Discharge
Moderator
Gordon Guyatt, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
08:00-08:15 TBC
08:20-08:35 Association Between Delay of Urgent/Emergent Surgery and Mortality and Use of Health Care Resources
08:40-08:55 Should Patients with Advanced Dementia Who Have a Hip Fracture Receive Surgical or Nonsurgical Management
09:00-09:15 Risk of and How to Predict Readmission After Noncardiac Surgery
Larry Glance, Anesthesiologist, University of Rochester, New York
09:20-09:35 Risk of Hospital Readmission and Outcome After Perioperative Myocardial Infarction
09:40-09:55 Proportion of 30-Day Deaths That Occur After Discharge: Insights From The VISION Study
Yannick LeMananch, Anesthesiology, McMaster University, Ontario
10:00-10:15 How To Session: How to Set Up and Run a Post Discharge Clinic for Patients With Perioperative Cardiovascular Problems
Vikas Tandon, Cardiology, McMaster University, Ontario
10:15–11:45 Networking Break and Exhibits
11:45-12:20 Session 7: Developing a Successful Perioperative Program
Moderators
Erin Sloan, Medicine, University of British Columbia, British Columbia
Dean Fergusson, Biostatistics, University of Ottawa, Ontario
11:45-12:00 How to Set Up a Comprehensive Perioperative Service
Erin Sloan, Medicine, University of British Columbia
12:05-12:20 Fireside chat: How to convince people to get on board with supporting a perioperative program: Insights from the Evidence-Based Medicine Movement
Expert: Gordon Guyatt; Moderator: Donald Redelmeier
12:25-13:20 Session 8: Perioperative Stroke and Atrial Fibrillation
Moderators
Janet Martin, Anesthesiology, Pharmacy, Western University, Ontario
Maria Tiboni, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario
12:25-12:40 Risk of Stroke Among Patients With New Perioperative AF: Insights From POISE-1 And POISE-2 Trials
David Conen, Cardiology, McMaster University, Ontario
12:45-13:00 The Incidence of Covert Stroke After Noncardiac Surgery and Its Impact Results From the Neurovision Study
Marko Mrkobrada, Medicine, Western University, Ontario
13:05-13:20 Is a Patent Foramen Ovale a Risk Factor For Perioperative Stroke, Should We Screen For It, and Should we Do Anything About It Before Surgery?
13:20-13:30 Wrap-up and Feedback Session
Ameen Patel, Medicine, McMaster University, Ontario