Conference Program


Welcome! Please find the current preliminary program for the 2019 meeting listed below. This page will be updated regularly with any programming changes.

  Tue - Sep 29      Wed - Sep 30      Thu - Oct 01   

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2020


4:00 - 4:45 PM
SYMPOSIUM
PREOPERATIVE OPTIMIZATION
Chair/Organizer: Tim Miller
Live Event Room
The ASER 2020 Fall Virtual Conference offers on-demand presentations to view prior to the live Q&A/Discussion sessions with presenters. A short summary of each presentation will be provided during the live session.


LIVE PANEL DISCUSSION.


PREOP NUTRITION AND CARBOHYDRATE DRINKS
Paul Wischmeyer. Duke University School of Medicine


PREOPERATIVE ANEMIA: RECENT UPDATES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Jeff Simmons. University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine


PREHABILITATION/STRONG 4 SURGERY
Thomas Varghese. University of Utah


SMOKING CESSATION
David Warner. Mayo Clinic

5:30 - 6:15 PM
CORPORATE SYMPOSIUM
ACACIA PHARMA CORPORATE WORKSHOP: THE FIRST AND ONLY ANTIEMETIC APPROVED FOR RESCUE TREATMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING (PONV) DESPITE PROPHYLAXIS
Live Event Room
Please join Acacia Pharma for an educational program on a proven antiemetic option for PONV. No continuing education credits will be offered for this session. Learning Objectives: 1) Recognize the burden and consequences of PONV; 2) Identify unmet needs in the management of PONV; Learning Objective; 3) Gain knowledge on the safety and efficacy of a FDA-approved treatment option for PONV. Presenter: Kenneth I. Rosenfeld, MD, Stony Brook University Hospital.


THE FIRST AND ONLY ANTIEMETIC APPROVED FOR RESCUE TREATMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING (PONV) DESPITE PROPHYLAXIS
Kenneth Rosenfeld. Stony Brook University Hospital

6:45 - 7:30 PM
SYMPOSIUM
FACILITATING POSTOPERATIVE RECOVERY
Chair/Organizer: Matt McEvoy
Live Event Room
The ASER 2020 Fall Virtual Conference offers on-demand presentations to view prior to the live Q&A/Discussion sessions with presenters. A short summary of each presentation will be provided during the live session.


LIVE PANEL DISCUSSION.


PERIOPERATIVE TROPONIN AND BNP SCREENING: SHOULD WE BOTHER?
Duminda Wijeysundera. University of Toronto


AMBULATION: DOES IT REALLY MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Liane Feldman. McGill University


STRATEGIES TO PREVENT POSTOPERAITVE DELIRIUM
Chris Hughes. Vanderbilt University Medical Center


POSTOPERATIVE ILEUS PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT
Traci Hedrick. University of Virginia Health