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SPAAAP Pediatric Anesthesiology 2009

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    SPA/AAP Pediatric Anesthesiology 2009

    Abstract Listing

ORALS

YIA/1 Preliminary Experience with Reconstituted Blood in Children Undergoing

    Craniofacial Reconstruction Surgery

     PA Stricker, Davis AR, Mendohlson J, Burgess B, Ciampa B, Bartlett SP,

    Sesok-Pizzini DA, Jobes DR

     The Children‟s Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania

    School of Medicine

YIA/2` How do Pediatric Anesthesiologists define Hypotension

     OO Nafiu, KK Tremper, M Morris, WT Chimbira, S Malviya, P Reynolds

     University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

RRA/1 Electrocarediographic Effects of Dexmedetomidine in Patients following

    Cardiothoracic Surgery Preliminary Results

     R Komarlu, P Callahan, SE Lichtenstein, D Damain, A Phadke, D

    Shiderly, G Arora, R Orr, P Wearden, VO Morell, R Munoz, C

    Chrysostomou, EH Jooste

     Children‟s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

RRA/2 An Innovative Wellness Program for Residents in Training

     H Saadat, AA Considine, R Wardhan, ZN Kain

     Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

RRA/3 Continuous Lumbar Plexus Blocks for Perioperative Pain Management in

    Children

     Jonathan C. Rowell, MD, Kathleen Larkin, MD, Sean Flack, MBChB

    FRCA, Laurilyn Helmers, MD, Adrian Bosenberg MBChB FFA

     Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine, Seattle Children‟s

    Hospital, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

    WALK AROUND POSTER DISCUSSION POSTERS

Scientific Group 1

    Cardiac

    MODERATOR

1-1 EEG Seizures After Neonatal Cardiac Surgery with High-Flow Bypass

    and Maximized Oxygen Delivery Strategy

     D.B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M., D.P. Nelson, M.D., S.A. Stayer,

    M.D., A.R. Stark, M.D., E.D. McKenzie, M.D., J.S. Heinie, M.D., C.D.

    Fraser, Jr., M.D., R. A. Hrachovy, M.D., E. Mizrahi, M.D.

    Departments of Anesthesiology (Drs. Andropoulos, Stayer), Pediatrics

    (Drs. Nelson, Stark, Andropoulos, Stayer, Fraser), Surgery (Drs. Fraser,

    McKenzie, Heinle), Neurology/Electrophysiology (Drs. Hrachovy and

    Mizrahli)

    Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children‟s Hospital, Houston, Texas

1-2 Brain MRI Injury Before and After Neonatal Cardiac Surgery with High-

    Flow Bypass and Maximized Oxygen Delivery Strategy

     D.B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M., J.V. Hunter, M.D., D.P. Nelson,

    M.D., S.A. Stayer, M.D., A.R. Stark, M.D., E.D. McKenzie, M.D., J.S.

    Heinie, M.D., C.D. Fraser, Jr., M.D.

    Departments of Anesthesiology (Drs. Andropoulos, Stayer), Pediatrics

    (Drs. Nelson, Stark, Andropoulos, Stayer, Fraser), Radiology (Dr. Hunter),

    and Surgery (Drs. Fraser, McKenzie, Heinle)

    Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children‟s Hospital, Houston, Texas

1-3 Experience with Propofol as a Bridge to Extubation in Children with

    Congenital Heart Disease

     S Teng, E da Cruz, R Friesen, D Polaner, A Czaja, D Ranade, J Kaufman

     The Children‟s Hospital of Denver, Denver, CO

1-4 Hemodynamic Effects following Administration of Dexmedetomidine via

    IV Push in Pediatric Patients Status Post Heart Transplant Preliminary

    results

     WT Muhly, JW Ibinson, T Suresh, D Damian, S Miller, B Feingold, SE

    Lichtenstein, PJ Davis, EH Jooste

     Children‟s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA

1-5 Ketamine and complications after procedures requiring general anesthesia

    in children with pulmonary hypertension

     GD Williams, JA Feinstein, K Kamura, E Bair, C Ramamoorthy

     Lucile Packard Children‟s Hospital, Stanford Medicine School

1-6 The Use of Nitric Oxide in the Management of Hypoxemia due to

    Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations During Separation from

    Cardiopulmonary Bypass in a Child Undergoing Fontan Completion

     DH Gambrell D.O., GA Bushman, M.D., B Harris, M.D.

     Children‟s Hospital of Los Angeles

1-7 A Prospective Audit of Paediatric Cardiac MRI under General

    Anaesthesia: How safe is it?

     Emma Stockton, Angus McEwan, Marine Hughes, Andrew Taylor

     Great Ormond Street Hospital

1-8 Monitoring cerebrovascular autoregulation with reflectance near-infrared

    spectroscopy during pediatric cardiac surgery 11122 JO Mytar, RB Easley, JK Lee, LA Vricella, DE Cameron, R 31Thompson, KM Brady

    1) pediatric anesthesia and critical care medicine 2)cardiac

    surgery 3) pediatric cardiology

    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

1-9 Anethetic management of the Hybrid procedure for Hypoplastic Left

    Heart Syndrome (HLHS)

     A.N. Naguib, P. Winch, M. Corridore, J. Isaac, B. Staker, T. John\, R.

    Rodeman, V. Olshove, J.P. Cheatham, M. Galantowicz

     Department of Pediatric Anesthesia/The Heart Center, Nationwide

    Children‟s Hospital, Columbus, OH

1-10 Activated clotting times and heparin levels in infants: how do they

    compare?

     HG Monitz, J Fernandez, TM Fazlollah, SR Tosone, BE Miller, NA

    Guzzetta

     Emory University School of Medicine, Children‟s Healthcare of Atlanta

1-11 Hyperlactatemia in Children with Congenital Heart Diseases after

    Operations with Artificial Blood Circulation

     A.Y. Bakanov, A.V. Najmushin, I.N. Menshugin, A.P. Mihajlov, A.E.

    Bautin

     V.A. Almazov Heart, Blood and Endocrinology Center Saint-Petersburg,

    Russia

1-12 The Anesthetic Challenges of a Patient with Secondary Pulmonary Artery

    Embolization of a Helex Occluder Implanted into a Secundum Atrial

    Septal Defect

     GM Almeida-Chen, MD, MPH, J Diaz-Gomez, MD, J Niezgoda, MD, and

    P Motta, MD

     Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH and Texas Children‟s Hospital, Baylor

    College of Medicine, Houston, TX

1-13 One Lung Anesthesia for Infants, a Case Series

     CJ Sutton, MD; A Naguib, MD

     Nationwide Children‟s Hospital, The Ohio State University

1-14 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMRS): A Means to

    Evaluate Metobolic Changes in a Developing Hypoxic Rat Pup Model

     LW Faberowski, B Peluso, N Serkova

     University of Colorado Health Sciences Center at Denver; The Children‟s

    Hospital

CA/7 1-15 Evaluation of the i-STAT instrument for monitoring activated clotting

    times in infants

    HG Monitz, J Fernandez, TM Fazlolla, SR Tosone, BE Miller, NA

    Guzzetta

     Emory University School of Medicine, Children‟s Healthcare of Atlanta

Scientific Group 2

    General I

    MODERATOR -

2-1 Evaluation of nurse-led pre-assessment telephone questionnaire method in

    preoperative screening of elective pediatric surgery: a one month review

     Shailesh, S., Apuya, J., Maheswari, K., and Andrews, S.

     University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children‟s

    Hospital, Little Rock, AR

2-2 Carbon Monoxide Exposure During Routine Anesthetics in Children 111111 RJ Levy, V Nasr, O Rivera, R Roberts, M Slack, J Kanter, K 112Ratnayaka, RF Kaplan, FX McGowan 1 Children‟s National Medical Center, GWU School of Medicine and 2Health Sciences Children‟s Hospital, Boston, Harvard Medical School

2-3 Does Dexmedetomidine provide analgesia in pediatric tonsillectomy and

    adenoidectomy patients?

     Olutoyin Olutove M.D., Chris Glover M.D., Mehernoor Watcha M.D.,

    Carla Giannoni M.D., Marcell Sulek M.D., Ellen Friedman M.D., Stephen

    S. Stayer M.D., Diedra Larrier M.D. and John Diefenderfer B.S.

     Departments of Anesthesia and Otolaryngology, Texas Children‟s

    Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

2-4 In Boys with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Caffeine Decreased Post-

    Extubation Adverse Respiratory Events

     Douglas Maposa, M.D.*, Priyantha Perera, M.D.*, Alice Chuang,

    Ph.D.?Samia N. Khalil, M.D.*

     *Department of Anesthesiology ?Department of Ophthalmology and

    Visual Sciences

     The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, Texas

2-5 Using Lean (Toyota) Methods in Creation of a Regional Block Room to

    Expedite Surgical Case Flow

     Katherine Cashman, MD, Laurilyn Helmers, MD, Sean Flack, MB ChB,

    FCA, Lyn Martin, MD

     Seattle Children‟s Hospital, Seattle, WA; University of Washington

    Department of Anesthesia, Seattle, WA

2-6 Anesthetic Management of Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy a survey

    of Society for Pediatric Anesthesia

     J Steiner, S Adefeyisan, D Henry, R Pop, P Szmuk

     University of Texas Southwestern and Children‟s Medical Center, Dallas,

    TX

2-7 Attention-deficit disorder: Anesthesia effects on behavioral patterns

     Tara Doherty, D.O., Terri Voepel-Lewis, M.S.N. R.N., Lindsey Kelly, B.S.

    Shobha Malviya, M.D.Alan R. Tait, Ph.D.

     University of Michigan Medical Center Mott Children‟s Hospital

2-8 Efficacy of the Storz Miller I Video Laryngoscope Blade in a Simulated

    Difficult Intubation

     JE Fiadjoe, P. Stricker, M. Rehman, RS Hackell, A. Salam, RS Litman

     The Children‟s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2-9 High body mass index in children as a risk factor for intra-operative

    hypotension

     S. Maclean, A. Cowan, OO Nafiu

     University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

2-10 Impact of high concentrations of sevoflurane on laryngeal reflex responses

     TO Erb, BS von Ungern-Sternberg, K Keller, FJ Frei

     Division of Anesthesiology, University Children‟s Hospital, Basel,

    Switzerland

2-11 Temperature Changes During Induction of General Anesthesia in Pediatric

    Patients

     M Shukry, D Frimberger, AJ de Armendi, JA Cure

     University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK

2-12 Anesthesia for cardiac sympathectomy in children with congenital long

    QT syndrome A case series

     C.A. Kenyon, R. Flick, C. Moir, M.J. Ackerman, C.M. Pabelick

     Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

2-13 Spontaneous Postoperative Rostral Migration of a Thoracic Epidural

    Catheter in a 15-Month Old Discovered by Incidental X-Rays

     M Marino, R Jennings, C Seefelder

     Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine,

    Children‟s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA

2-14 Spinal Anesthesia in a two-week old full term neonate presenting with

    hypotonia and failure to thrive with suspected congenital myopathy for

    vastus muscle biopsy

     Bettina Smallman MD, Neal Puthumana MD, David Romano MD

     SUNY Upstate Medical University

2-15 The Effect of a 3:1 Volume Mixture of Propofol 1% and Thiopental 2.5%

    in Reducing the Pain on Injection of Propofol in Children

     D Fahringer, MD, S Goodwin, MD, F Gurgis, MD, M Warde, RN. BSN

     Nemours Children‟s Clinic, Jacksonville, FL

Scientific Group 3

    General II

    MODERATOR -

3-1 Emergency Paediatric Tracheostomy: A Review of Six Cases

     F Wrightson*, E Hipwell*, J Smith**

    *Specialist Registrar, **Consultant, Anaesthetics, Great Ormond Street

    Hospital, London

3-2 A Retrospective Review of Non-cardiac Surgery and Anesthesia in

    Patients with Surgically Corrected D-Transposition of the Great Arteries

     RE Christensen, PI Reynolds, BK Bukowski, SV Malviya

     University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI

3-3 Anesthetic management of patients with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome

     Gore C., Diefenderfer J., Young M., Gottlieb E., Stayer S.

     Department of Anesthesiology, Texas Children‟s Hospital, Baylor College

    of Medicine, Houston, TX

3-4 Preoperative Pulmonary Function Testing in Patients with Duchenne

    Muscular Dystrophy Predicts the Need for Postoperative Ventilation

     D Baker, R. Schenkelberg, J Cole, D Murray

     Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

3-5 Perioperative Complications in Children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy

     A Laubach, MD, U Athiraman, MD, R Graham, MD, N Sethna, MD

     Children‟s Hospital of Boston, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

3-6 Can Dexmedetomidine be used as a sole anesthetic in the management of

    patients with anterior medistinal mass?

     Priscilla Gracia, M.D., Kalyani Govindan M.D., Mary Pina CRNA,

    Olutoyin Olutoye M.D.

     Texas Children‟s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

3-7 Real Time Assessment of Perioperative Behaviors with Refined PACBIS

     Sadhasivam S, Hosu L, Hein E, Varughese A, Jou F, Samol N, Kurth CD,

    Cohen L, Gunter J

     Cincinnati Children‟s Hospital Medical Center, Department of

    Anesthesiology

3-8 Comparison of Anesthetic Techniques in Standard Pediatric Voiding

    Cystourethrogram

     M. Hausdorff, B Vickers, A Reddy

     St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ

3-9 The Age-Dependent Effect of Sevoflurane-Induced Neuronal

    Degeneration in Organotypic Hippocampal Slice Cultures

     EG Piehl, P Guillod, LW Faberowski

     University of Colorado Health Sciences Center at Denver; The Children‟s

    Hospital

3-10 A comparison of the use of intra-operative vasopressors during pediatric

    liver transplantation for patients with and without portal hypertension

     AP Ambardekar, M Rehman, S Cook-Sather, H Gurnaney, J Fiadjoe, C

    Pasquariello, B Kamath, E Rand, K Olthoff, A Jawad

     Children‟s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

3-11 The association between intraoperative glucose levels with morbidity and

    mortality in pediatric liver transplantation

     W.T. Chimbira MBChB FRCA, O.O. Nafiu MD, FRCA, I. Lewis MRCP

    FRCA, P. Picton MRCP, FRCA

     University of Michigan Health Systems, Ann Arbor, Michigan

3-12 Anesthetic considerations in patients with Loeys-Dietz syndrome

     Jennifer Hickman MD, Susan Taylor MD

     Children‟s Hospital of Wisconsin

3-13 Effect of Propofol on Sevoflurane induced agitation in young children a

    novel approach

     B Smallman*, I Yamout**, D Sweeney***, HJ Lemmens**

     Syracuse Upstate Medical University*, Lucile Packard Children‟s

    Hospital at Stanford**, Golisano Children‟s Hospital at University of

    Rochester Medical Center***

    3-14 A case report of Jehovah‟s Witness patient with a mixed mitochondrial

    disorder undergoing surgery using a tourniquet

     DH Gambrell, D.O., D Filsinger, M.D., GA Bushman, M.D.

     Children‟s Hospital of Los Angeles

3-15 Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors and Intraoperative

    Hypotension in Children under Anesthesia

     WT Chimbira FRCA, I Lewis FRCA and PI Reynolds MD

     University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI

Scientific Group 4

    Pain

    MODERATOR -

4-1 The Side Effects and Safety of Epidural Analgesia following Pediatric

    Scoliosis Surgery

     E Demers Lavelle (1), W Lavelle (2), G Youssef (3), L Mounir-Soliman

    (3), J Niezgoda (3)

    (1) Department of Anesthesia and Pediatrics, SUNY Upstate Medical

    University, Syracuse, NY; (2) Department of Orthopaedic Surgeryk,

    SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY; (3) Department of

    Pediatric Anesthesia, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

4-2 Determination of spinal cord and dural sac location by ultrasound prior to

    caudal block in normal neonates and infants

     S. Verma, MD, S Flack MBChB FCA (SA), AT Bosenberg, MBChB FFA

    (SA)

     Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine, Seattle Children‟s

    Hospital, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

4-3 Sex Differences in PACU Opioid Requirements in Children Following

    ENT Surgery

     C Ing, J Saroyan, J Haddad, G Gereau-Haddon, E Grunstein, A Kakavouli,

    L Sun

     Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY

4-4 Efficacy of postoperative epidural analgesia in adolescent scoliosis

    surgery: A Meta-Analysis

     Andreas H. Taenzer, MD, FAAP; Cantwell Clark V, MD, MS

     Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH

4-5 New Teaching Model for Practicing Ultrasound Techniques: No

    Perishable Food products!

     Y Liu, N Glass, R Power

     Texas Children‟s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

4-6 Preemptive analgesia in children using caudal epidural ropivacaine: A

    prospective, randomized, double-blinded, controlled study

     GC Matchett, M Gabaldon, S Tan, C Lee

     Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA

4-7 Hemodynamic and sedative effects of dexmedetomidine and ketamine for

    procedural sedation in children

     Joseph D. Tobias

     Departments of Anesthesiology & Pediatrics, University of Missouri,

    Columbia, Missouri

4-8 Epidural Versus IV PCA for Postoperative Pain Control in Pediatric

    Scoliosis Patients

     E Demers Lavelle (1), W Lavelle (2), G Youssef (3)

    (1) Department of Anesthesia and Pediatrics, SUNY Upstate Medical

    University, Syracuse, NY; (2) Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, SUNY

    Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY; (3) Department of Pediatric

    Anesthesia, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

4-9 Thoracic epidural analgesia for pectus repair

    S Shetty, M.D., S Bidani, M.D., H Karlberg, M.D., D Cooper, B.S. MF

    Watcha, M.D.

    Texas Children‟s Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology, and Baylor

    College of Medicine, Houston, TX

4-10 Balanced Scorecard for Pediatric Quality Management

     D Vermaire, K Goldschneider, R Goins

     Cincinnati Children‟s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH

4-11 Pain-morphine interaction in descending pain-modulatory pathways

    involving noradrenergic A7 neurons but not serotonergic neurons of the

    nucleus raphe magnus

    D Bajic, KG Commons

    Department of Anesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine,

    Children‟s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA

4-12 Spinal Anesthesia in Infant Rats: Preliminary Observations and

    Development of a Model

     CB Berde, B Yahalom, UK Athiraman, S Soriano

     Children‟s Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School

4-13 Comparison of Postoperative Opioid Usage between Children who

    received Remifentanil or Sufentanil Infusions During Spine Fusion

    Surgery

     TM Doherty, T Voepel-Lewis, RE Christensen, AR Tait, A Mitchell, S

    Malviya

     University of Michigan Health Systems, Ann Arbor, MI

4-14 Epidural Analgesia in Postoperative Care for Pediatric Pectus Deformities

     Anjana Kundu, MBBS, DA, Tracy E Harrison MD, Nathalia Jimenez MD,

    MPH, Kristy Seidel, MS, Lyn n D. Martin, MD

     Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, Seattle Children‟s

    Hospital, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle,

    Washington, USA

Scientific Group 5

    Pain/Cardiac

    MODERATOR -

5-1 Intravenous patient-controlled analgesia provides equivalent pain control

    compared to thoracic epidural analgesia for patients undergoing minimally

    invasive pectus excavatum repair

     CL Mai, TR Mark, P Colombani, S Kost-Byerly

     Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

5-2 What can we learn from a Daily Pediatric Pain Report?

     CB Groenewald, TE Harrison, RT Wilder, PE Carns

     Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

5-3 Addition of Low-Dose Morphine to Caudal Block is a Questionable

    Benefit Following Pyloromyotomy

     DT Chevalier, JF Mayhew, G Mychaskiw

     University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Jackson, MS

5-4 Improving Safety for a Pediatric Acute Pain Service

     D Vermaire, K Goldschneider, R Goins

     Cincinnati Children‟s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH

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