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Day 1 (April 1st)

Time

Mycerenos A

Mycerenos B

09:00-11:00

Airway Session

Pediatric Session I

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

11:30-12:30

Plenary Session 1 Abbott International Egypt

12:30-14:30

Liver Session

14:30-15:00

Ophthalmology Session

Prof. Dr. Inas Kamel

Prof. Dr. Nabil El-Askalany

Conference President

Conference Secretary General

Lunch Break

15:30-17:30

ICU Session I

Trauma Session I

Regional Anesthesia Session

Time

Mycerenos A

Mycerenos B

Mycerenos C

09:00-11:00

Cardiothoracic Session

Neuroanesthesia Session

Interactive Cases

11:00-11:30

Day 2 (April 2nd)

Obstetric Session I Opening Ceremony

15:00-15:30

11:30-12:30

12:30-14:30

Coffee Break Plenary Session 2 Prof Dr. James H. Philip Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA Inhalation Kinetics Update (20min) Anesthesia Delivery and Gas Monitoring (20min) Discussion (20min) ICU Session II

14:30-15:30

Day 3 (April 3rd)

Mycerenos C

Clinical Pharmacology Session

Safety & Medico- legality Session I

Lunch Break

15:30-17:30

Trauma Session II

Pain Session

Time

Mycerenos A

Mycerenos B

Mycerenos C

09:00-11:00

Obstetric Session II

Pediatric Session

Nutrition Session

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break Plenary Session 3

11:30-12:30 12:30-14:30

Transplant Session

14:30-15:30 15:30-17:30

Safety & Medico- legality Session II

Miscellaneous Session

Lunch Break Blood Session

Free Papers

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Tuesday April 1st, 2014 Mycerenos Hall A Session I (09:00-11:00) AIRWAY 09:00-09:25

New thoughts and trends in airway management Prof. Dr. Abdel Raouf Sayed El-Ganzouri (USA)

09:25-09:50

It is time to update ASA difficult airway algorithm Prof. Dr.Ayman M. Ads (USA)

09:50-10:15

Pediatric fiberoptic intubation made easy Prof. Dr.Ezz El-Din Fikri Ismail (Egypt)

10:15-10:40

Difficult airway: A case report Prof. Dr.Nesrine Abd El-Rahman El-Refai (Egypt)

10:40-11:00

Discussion

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

Plenary Session I (11:30-12:30) Abbott Satellite Symposium

Session II (12:30-14:30) LIVER 12:30-12:55

The refined New Model for End-stage Liver Disease: NMELD II Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ezzat Moemen (Egypt)

12:55-13:20

Management of liver resection at Menofeya Liver institute: Research impact Prof. Dr. Khaled Ahmed Yassen (Egypt)

13:20-13:45

Modulation of the Splanchnic Circulation Prof. Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Mukhtar (Egypt)

13:45-14:10

Controversial issues in liver transplantation Prof. Dr. Magdy M Khalil (Egypt)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:00

Opening Ceremony Prof. Dr. Inas Kamel (Egypt) Conference President Prof. Dr. Nabil El-Askalany (Egypt) Conference Secretary General

15:00-15:30

Lunch Break

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Session III (15:30-17:30) INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE 15:30-15:55

Managing High Risk ICU Patients - Ethical Dilemmas Prof. Dr. Medhat Mamdouh Shalaby (UAE)

15:55-16:20

Acute Pancreatitis Prof. Dr. Amr Abdel-Halim El-Mekawy Dawood (UK)

16:20-16:45

Diabetes and the risk of ARDS Prof. Dr. Megahed Abd El Fattah Gheith (UAE)

16:45-17:10

Breaking bad news Prof. Dr. Medhat Mamdouh Shalaby (UAE)

17:10-17:30

Discussion

Tuesday April 1st, 2014 Mycerenos Hall B Session IV (09:00-11:00) PEDIATRIC Chairpersons: Prof. Dr. Adel BotrosRizk (Egypt) Prof. Dr. Amal Abo Alela (Egypt) Prof. Dr. Azza Ezzat (Egypt) Prof. Dr. Hussam Abd El-Rahman (Egypt) 09:00-09:20

Perioperative apnea in the first year of life Prof. Dr. Moataz Abdel Rahman (Egypt)

09:20-09:40

Procedural sedation in children outside the operating room Prof. Dr. Azza Ezzat (Egypt)

09:40-10:00

A case of avoidable child fatality under anesthesia. Lessons to be learned. Are anesthesiologists always to blame? Prof. Dr. Ashraf Dahaba (Austria)

10:00-10:20

Updates in intraoperative fluid management in pediatrics Prof. Dr. Karim Kamal Fahim (Egypt)

10:20-10:40

Ultrasound head to toes examination in pediatric multiple trauma patients Prof. Dr. Ashraf Nasief (Egypt)

10:40-11:00

Discussion

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

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Plenary Session I (11:30-12:30) Abbott Satellite Symposium

Session V (12:30-14:30) OBSTETRIC 12:30-12:50

Neurological Complications of Regional Anesthesia Prof. Dr. Salwa Shaarawy (Egypt)

12:50-13:10

Anesthesia for In-vitro Fertilization & Hyperstimulation Syndrome Prof. Dr. Nesrine Abd El-Rahman El-Refai (Egypt)

13:10-13:30

Obstetric anesthesia for critical illness Prof. Dr. Salwa Shaarawy (Egypt)

13:30-14:10

A debate about combined spinal epidural (CSE) versus conventional epidural Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abd El-Rouf Nasr (Egypt) Prof. Dr. Maher Fawzy Mahmoud (Egypt)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:30

Lunch Break

Session VI (15:30-17:30) TRAUMA 15:30-15:55

Coagulopathy in trauma Prof. Dr. Magdy M. Khalil (Egypt)

15:55-16:20

Traumatic Brain Injury in Pediatric Patients Prof. Dr. Yasser Zaghloul (UAE)

16:20-16:45

New insights into anemia in intensive care setting Prof. Dr. Sherif Anis (Egypt)

16:45-17:10

Perioperative management of poly-trauma patients Prof. Dr. Yasser Zaghloul (UAE)

17:10-17:30

Discussion

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Tuesday April 1st, 2014 Mycerenos Hall C Session VII (12:30-14:30) OPHTHALMOLOGY 12:30-12:50

Trans conjunctival peribulbar block for various ophthalmic procedures Prof. Dr. Eid Ali Gumaa (Egypt)

12:50-13:10

Management of antithrombotic therapies in patients scheduled for ophthalmic surgery Prof. Dr. Eslah Hamed El Gendy (Egypt)

13:10-13:30

Anesthetic Pearls for local anesthesia of the eye Prof. Dr. Dalia A. Ibrahim (Egypt)

13:30-13:50

Simple technique for the serious problem ROP Prof. Dr. Amr Mattar (Egypt)

13:50-14:10

Adjuvants to LA in ophthalmic anesthesia Prof. Dr. Ashraf Monir Amin (Egypt)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:30

Lunch Break

Session VIII (15:30-17:30) REGIONAL 15:30-15:55

Regional anesthesia in patients receiving anti-thrombotic or thrombolytic therapy Prof. Dr. Doaa Mohammed Farid (Egypt)

15:55-16:20

Unilateral lower extremity anesthesia Prof. Dr. Omar Adel Omar (USA)

16:20-16:45

Image Guided Epidural for Lumbar Radicular Pain Prof. Dr. Amr Abdel Fattah Sayed (Egypt)

16:45-17:10

Update in the Management of Post Herpetic Neuralgia Prof. Dr. Ahmed Nagah El Shaer (Egypt)

17:10-17:30

Discussion

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Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 Mycerenos Hall A Session IX (09:00-11:00) CARDIOTHORACIC 09:00-09:20

TEE in non cardiac surgery Prof. Dr. Maged Salah Abdullah (Egypt)

09:20-09:40

Role of cerebral oximetry in cardiovascular anesthesia Prof. Dr. Fawzia Aboul Fetouh (Egypt)

09:40-10:00

Cerebral protection during cardiac surgery Prof. Dr. Adel Abdel Fattah Saleh (Egypt)

10:00-10:20

Fontan physiology and anesthesia for non-cardiac surgery Prof. Dr. Aly Anwar (KSA)

10:20-10:40

Variability in Transfusion Practices Prof. Dr. Hesham Hosny Abdel Wahab (Egypt)

10:40-11:00

Discussion

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

Plenary Session II (11:30-12:30) 11:30-11:50 11:50-12:10 12:10-12:30

Inhalation Kinetics Update Anesthesia Delivery and Gas Monitoring Discussion Prof. Dr. James H. Philip Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

Session X (12:30-14:30) INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE 12:30-12:50

Update on septic shock Prof. Dr. Claude Denis Martin (France)

12:50-13:10

Liver in Sepsis Prof. Dr. Amr Abdel-Halim El-Mekawy Dawood (UK)

13:10-13:30

Antibiotic combination in the ICU Prof. Dr. Claude Denis Martin (France)

13:30-13:50 13:50-14:10

Over sedation and ventilation complication Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Updated review Prof. Dr. Yasser Zaghloul (UAE)

14:10-14:30 14:30-15:30

Discussion Lunch Break

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Session XI (15:30-17:30) TRAUMA 15:30-15:55

Airway Trauma Prof. Dr. Nagwa El Kobbia (Egypt)

15:55-16:20

Trauma in pregnancy Prof. Dr. Nesrine Abd El-Rahman El-Refai (Egypt)

16:20-16:45

Initial resuscitation in trauma patients Prof. Dr. Marwa A Khairi (Egypt)

16:45-17:10

Hospital systematic approach to major incidents Prof. Dr. Rania Magdy Aly (Egypt)

17:10-17:30

Discussion

Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 Mycerenos Hall B Session XII (09:00-11:00) NEUROANESTHESIA 09:00-09:20

Awake craniotomy: Confronting brain surgery with open eyes Prof. Dr. Rania Hassan Mohamed (Egypt)

09:20-09:40

Neuroprotection in anesthesia Prof. Dr. Hatem Saeed Abd ElHameed (Egypt)

09:40-10:00

How to optimize the outcome of urgent craniotomy Prof. Dr. Yasser Zaghloul (UAE)

10:00-10:20

Anesthetic management of patients with cervical spine injury Prof. Dr. Mohamed Samy Abdel Raheem (UAE)

10:20-10:40

Anesthetic Challenges of Cerebral Palsy Patients Prof. Dr. Yasser Zaghloul (UAE)

10:40-11:00 11:00-11:30

Discussion Coffee Break

Plenary Session II (11:30-12:30) 11:30-11:50 11:50-12:10 12:10-12:30

Inhalation Kinetics Update Anesthesia Delivery and Gas Monitoring Discussion Prof. Dr. James H. Philip Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

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Session XIII (12:30-14:30) CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY 12:30-12:50

Vancomycin-induced Hypersensitivity Reaction Prof. Dr. Sawsan Abul-Fotouh (Egypt) Prof. Dr. Ahmed Nagah El Shaer (Egypt)

12:50-13:10

Sevoflurane-induced Malignant Hyperthermia Prof. Dr. Sawsan Abul-Fotouh(Egypt) Prof. Dr. Ahmed Nagah El Shaer(Egypt)

13:10-13:30

Management of post operative sepsis complicated with renal impairment Prof. Dr. Ahmed Nour El-Din (Egypt) Dr. Amr Sobhi (Egypt)

13:30-14:10

Management of chest infection in patient with acute exacerbation of myasthenia gravis and respiratory failure Prof. Dr. Ahmed Nour El-Din (Egypt) Dr. Amr Sobhi (Egypt)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:30

Lunch Break

Session XIV (15:30-17:30) PAIN 15:30-15:50

New pain Receptors Prof. Dr. Maged El-Ansary (Egypt)

15:50-16:10

Cannabinoids for chonic pain Prof. Dr. Ahmed Fawzy ElMolla (Egypt)

16:10-16:30

Prevention and treatment of opioids side effects during cancer pain management Prof. Dr. Ezz El-Din Fikri Ismail (Egypt)

16:30-16:50

Diabetic Neuropathy Prof. Dr. Magdi Ramzi Iskander (Egypt)

16:50-17:10

Pain assessment & relief: Still an ongoing issue!! Prof. Dr. Laila Sabry (Egypt)

17:10-17:30

Discussion

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Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 Mycerenos Hall C Session XV (09:00-11:00) INTERACTIVE CASES 09:00-10:00

Super anesthesia for the super obese Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdulatif (Egypt)

10:00-11:00

ARDS, many questions, few answers Prof. Dr. Mohamed Emad Abdel Ghaffar (Egypt)

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

Session XVI (12:30-14:30) SAFETY & MEDICO-LEGALITY 12:30-12:55

Merciful death Prof. Dr. Maher Fawzy Mahmoud (Egypt)

12:55-13:20

Minimizing the harm of regional anesthesia Prof. Dr. Magdy Khater (UK)

13:20-13:45

Safety and quality in the pediatric theatre Dr. Moataz Morsy (UK)

13:45-14:10

Safety within an anesthetic emergency environment Dr. Mowafak Ramadan (UK)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

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Thursday April 3rd, 2014 Mycerenos Hall A Session XVII (09:00-11:00) OBSTETRIC 09:00-09:20

Issues in Obstetric Anesthesia Prof. Dr. Ahmed El-Attar (Egypt)

09:20-09:40

A tale of the baby and his mother’s wild gene Prof. Dr. Mohamed Samy Abdel Reheem (UAE)

09:40-10:00

Anticoagulation & obstetric anesthesia Prof. Dr. Ashraf El-Masry (Egypt)

10:00-10:40

A debate Regional versus General Anesthesia for CS Prof. Dr. Maher Fawzy Mahmoud (Egypy) Prof. Dr. Nesrine AbdelRahman El-Refai (Egypy)

10:40-11:00

Discussion

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

Session XVIII (12:30-14:30) TRANSPLANT 12:30-12:55

Pulmonary Profile in Liver transplantation Prof. Dr. Amr Yassein (Egypt)

12:55-13:20

Pre-emptive safety considerations in liver transplant anesthesia Prof. Dr. Gamal Fouad Zaki (Egypt)

13:20-13:45

Takatsobu in liver transplant patient: Is it a common incident? Prof. Dr. Fawzia AbulFetouh (Egypt)

13:45-14:10

Trauma to transplanted hepatic patient Prof. Dr. Khaled Ahmed Yassein (Egypt)

14:10-14:30 14:30-15:30

Discussion Lunch Break

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Session XIX (15:30-17:30) BLOOD 15:30-15:55

Updates in perioperative coagulation Dr. Amr Sobhi (Egypt)

15:55-16:20

Guidelines in platelet transfusion in relation to anesthesia Dr. Mai Mohsen (Egypt)

16:20-16:45

Aged of transfused RBCs one or two questions? Prof. Dr.Samia El Azab (Egypt)

16:45-17:10

Searchers for the Holy Grail for coagulation monitoring: Point of care coagulation testing Dr. Rania Maher Hussein (Egypt)

17:10-17:30

Discussion

Thursday April 3rd, 2014 Mycerenos Hall B Session XX (09:00-11:00) PEDIATRIC 09:00-09:20

Pitfalls in pediatric anesthesia Prof. Dr. Foudan Shaltot (Egypt)

09:20-09:40

Pediatric postoperative pain management Prof. Dr. Helmer Bornemann (Austria)

09:40-10:00

Ventilating neonates in OR between evidence and common practice Prof. Dr. Hany Mohamed Elzahaby (Egypt)

10:00-10:20

Preoperative anesthesia evaluation for pediatric surgery Prof. Dr. Veronika Petermichl (Austria)

10:20-10:40

Anesthesia for craniostenosis ‌ Tips Prof. Dr. Engy Samuel (Egypt)

10:40-11:00 11:00-11:30

Discussion Coffee Break

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Session XXI (12:30-14:30) SAFETY & MEDICO-LEGALITY 12:30-12:55

Legal liability and criminal for anesthesiologist Prof. Dr. Essam Afifi (Egypt)

12:55-13:20

Role of infection control in safe anesthesia Prof. Dr. Ahmed Abdel Raouf (Egypt)

13:20-13:45

The role of ultrasound in increasing the safety of anesthetic practice Prof. Dr. Ahmed Abdel Razik (Egypt)

13:45-14:10

Quality indicators in anesthetic practice Prof. Dr. Aly Anwar (KSA)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:30

Lunch Break

Session XXII (15:30-17:30) FREE PAPERS Chairpersons: Prof. Dr. Gamal El-Din Elewa (Egypt) Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Abbass Yousef (Egypt) 15:30-15:45

Intravenous Magnesium Fentanyl sedation versus Dormicum Fentanyl as an additive for local anesthesia in ophthalmic surgery: A comparative study Dr. Dalia A. Ibrhaim; Dr. Rania M. Hussien (Egypt)

15:45-16:00

Total Intravenous Anaesthesia (TIVA) versus Inhalational Anaesthesia for Radiofrequency ablation of hepatic focal lesions: A comparative study Dr. M. Ghallab; Dr. Ghada M. Samir; Dr. Dalia A. Ibrhaim; Dr. Rania M. Hussien (Egypt)

16:00-16:15

Does levobupivacaine have benefits over bupivacaine in our practice? Dr. Sahar Badr EL-Dina, Dr. Sawsan G. Mohamed, Dr. Sameh H. Ghoneim (Egypt)

16:15-16:30

Dexmedetomidine versus nimodipine for controlled hypotension during spine surgery Dr. Ossama Hamdy (Egypt)

16:30-16:45

Oracure gel as an additive to propofol versus propofol only for sedation during upper GIT endoscopy: A comparative study Dr. M. Ghallab; Dr. Rania M. Hussien; Dr. Ghada M. Samir; Dr. Dalia A. Ibrhaim(Egypt)

16:45-17:00

Emergence profile of propofol sedation + fentanyl compared with dexamedetomedine+ fentanyl injection during ultrasound guided oocyte pickup for in vitro fertilization Dr. Mayar Elsersi , Dr. Wessam Magdi Abuelghar, Dr. Ahmed Khairy Makled (Egypt)

17:00-17:15

Randomized, double blind study assessing radiofrequency ablation of primary rami and lateral branch ablation for sacroiliac joint pain Dr. Ossama Hamdy (Egypt)

17:15-17:30

Local Anesthesia By Periprostatic Block In TransrectalProstatic Biopsy Dr. Waleed M. Hetta, Dr. Gamal Niazi , Dr. Dalia Elfawy (Egypt)

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Thursday April 3rd, 2014 Mycerenos Hall C Session XXIII (09:00-11:00) NUTRITION 09:00-09:25

Perioperative nutrition Prof. Dr. Soheir M. Soliman (Egypt)

09:25-09:50

Clinical priorities for solving ICU nutritional problems Prof. Dr. Amr Mattar (Egypt)

09:50-10:15

Amino acids use in ICU Prof. Dr. Magdy M. Khalil (Egypt)

10:15-10:40

Nutritional prevention of cardiovascular disease in anesthetists Prof. Dr. Amr Mattar(Egypt)

10:40-11:00

Discussion

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

Session XXIV (12:30-14:30) MISCELLANEOUS 12:30-12:55

Multimodal approach therapies for the management of post-operative nausea and vomiting Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Adel El-Arnous (Egypt)

12:55-13:20

Management of pediatric pain Prof. Dr. Salah Mostafa Asida (Egypt)

13:20-13:45

Ambulatory anesthesia in morbid obese Prof. Dr. Sondos Ahmed (Egypt)

13:45-14:10

Too much reform in medical education, too little change: The teacher gap Prof. Dr. Atef Radwan (Egypt)

14:10-14:30

Discussion

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WORKSHOPS CardioRespiratory Resuscitation (CPR) Sakkara Hall (1) April 1st, 2014 (09:00-12:00)

Advanced Airway Management Sakkara Hall (1) April 1st, 2014 (13:00-16:00)

Ophthalmic Regional Block Sakkara Hall (2) April 1st, 2014 (15:00-17:00)

Pediatric Airway Management Sakkara Hall (1) April 2nd, 2014 (09:00-12:00)

Basic Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) Sakkara Hall (1) April 2nd, 2014 (13:00-16:00)

Gas Man Inhalation Kinetics Sakkara Hall (2) April 2nd, 2014 (13:00-14:30)

Airway Management Sakkara Hall (1) April 3rd, 2014 (09:00-12:00)

Ultrasound Guided Nerve Block Sakkara Hall (2) April 3rd, 2014 (09:00-16:00)

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Tuesday April 1st, 2014 – (09:00-12:00) Sakkara Hall 1 CardioRespiratory Resuscitation (CPR) Workshop Refresher Course about Advanced Life Support for Adults & Pediatrics 2010 & expected coming changes in 2015 Instructors: Dr. Sanaa Abdel-Kareem Dr. Amal Aboelela Dr. Randa Badawy Dr. Sahar Marzouk Dr. Nesrine El-Refai Dr. Manal El-Gohary Dr. Rasha Bondok Dr. Dalia Saad Dr. Abeer Ahmed

09:00-09:20:

ALS guidelines 2014 & expected coming changes. Dr. Sanaa Abdel Kareem

09:20-09:40:

ALS algorithm for Pediatrics. Dr. Manal El-Gohary.

09:40-10:00:

Neonatal Resuscitation. Dr. Amal Aboelela.

Stations (20 minutes each) Station 1:

BLS Adults Dr. Nesrine El-Refai Dr. Rasha S Bondok Dr. Abeer Ahmed

Station 2:

BLS Pediatrics Dr. Amal Aboelela Dr. Manal El-Gohary Dr. Dalia Saad

Station 2:

Defibrillation: Dr. Sanaa Abdel Kareem Dr. Randa Badawy.

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Tuesday April 1st, 2014 – (13:00-16:00) Sakkara Hall 1 Advanced Airway Management Workshop Workshop Director Ezz El-Din Fikri Ismail, MD, DHPE Prof. of Anesthesia, Intensive Care & Pain Medicine. Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.

Workshop Co-Director Mohamed Elfeky, MD Prof. of Anesthesia and Intensive Care. Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.

Airway management is of paramount importance in anesthesia and intensive care unit (ICU) as well as in the emergency department. Flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope (FOB) has proven to be an important tool in airway management. Also, recent video-assisted laryngoscopes are invaluable devices in airway management. Many extraglottic devices are now available and have their standard role in the difficult airway algorithm. By rotation through the following stations, participants should be able to demonstrate competency and confidence in: First station (Video-assisted Laryngoscopes):  How to use the recent Video-assisted Laryngoscopes for intubation.  Identify indications and place in the difficult airway algorithm. Second station (EGADs):  How to identify different extra-glottic airway devices (EGADs).  Identify indications and place in the difficult airway algorithm. Third station (FOB):  How to use FOB for intubation either directly or via a conduit such as LMA.  How to measure the distance between the carina and tip of ETT. Fourth Station (Surgical Airway Management):  Enumerate indications of the surgical airway.  Identify the anatomy for Cricothyroidotomy.  How to do cricothyroidotomy: needle and surgical  Identify methods of ventilation following cricothyroidotomy.  How to do "Percutaneous Tracheostomy". Fifth station (Egyptian inventions for airway management):  How to use a light-aiding device to facilitate blind nasal intubation.  How to use a modified endotracheal tube for safe awake extubation. Who the course is suitable for? This course is designed for postgraduate candidates who would be expected to apply the skills taught as part of their clinical duties, or to teach them on a regular basis. Appropriate participants include doctors working in critical care areas (e.g. Emergency Department, CCU, ICU, HDU, operating theatres) or on the cardiac arrest /medical emergency team.

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How many candidates will attend the course? For the best outcome, small learning groups, with 6:1 (candidate-to-instructor) ratio are recommended. Therefore, the maximum number allowed for this course is 30 candidates. Workshop Instructors: Station 1: Video-assisted Laryngoscopes Dr. Mohamed Elfeky Dr. Alsaid Elfeky Dr. Abdel-Azim Hegazy Station 2: Extra-glottic airway devices (EGADs) Dr. Gamal Farouk Dr. Nesrine Elrefaei Dr. Sameh Hasan Station 3: Flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope (FOB) Dr. Talaat Abdel-Halim Dr. Ezz El-Din Fikri Dr. Sohair Soliman Station 4: Surgical Airway Dr. Tarek Alsaeid Dr. Gamal Lotfy Dr. Mostafa Abo-elenin Station 5: Egyptian inventions for airway management Dr. Osama Nofal Dr. Ahmed Zidan

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Tuesday April 1st, 2014 – (15:00-17:00) Sakkara Hall 2 Ophthalmic Regional Block Workshop Workshop Director Prof. Dr. Saad Ibrahim Professor & Chairman of Anesthesia Department, Benha University

Workshop Co-Director Prof. Dr. Eslah Hamed El Gendy Professor of Anesthesia Al-Azhar University

Program This course is designed to provide the didactics of pharmacology, anatomy, techniques, management, and complications of ophthalmic regional blocks. Furthermore, the participant will become familiar with the actual techniques of performing the ophthalmic block techniques. Goals & Objectives: The participant will be able to: Review the orbital anatomy and axial lengths during the identification of each technique for ophthalmic regional block anesthesia and the anatomical landmarks for each injection site. Update techniques for the management of the awake patient undergoing ocular surgery. Who the course is suitable for? This course is designed for anesthesiologists in clinical practice, in teaching practice, or in training. The workshop will include: 1- Anatomical review of the eye for anesthetist. 2- Techniques of local anesthesia. 3- How to perform a safe peri-bulbar anesthesia for eye surgery. 4- How to perform a local anesthesia for DCR. 5- Complications of local techniques and how to avoid them.

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Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 – (09:00-12:00) Sakkara Hall 1 Pediatric Airway Management Workshop Workshop Coordinator Prof. Adel Rizk Botros Who the workshop is suitable for? This workshop is designed for postgraduate candidates who would be expected to apply the skills taught as part of their clinical duties, or to teach them on a regular basis. Appropriate participants include doctors working in critical care areas (e.g. Emergency Department, CCU, ICU, HDU, operating theatres) or on the cardiac arrest /medical emergency team. How many candidates will attend the course? For the best outcome, small learning groups, with 6:1 (candidate-to-instructor) ratio are recommended. Therefore, the maximum number allowed for this workshop is 24 candidates. Hand-on Skill Stations 09:00 – 09:45 09:45 – 10:30 10:30 – 11:15 11:15 – 12:00

Station 1 Group 1 Group 4 Group 3 Group 2

Station 2 Group 2 Group 1 Group 4 Group 3

Station 3 Group 3 Group 2 Group1 Group 4

Station 4 Group 4 Group 3 Group 2 Group 1

Stations' Instructors and Objectives Station 1 Skill Station: Video-assisted laryngoscope:  C-Mac  Bonfils Instructor: Prof. Mohamed Elfeky Objectives: How to use the recent video-assisted laryngoscopes for intubation. Station 2 Skill Station: Extra-glottic Airway Devices:  LMA  I-Gel  Air-Q  Laryngeal tube Instructor:

Prof. Hany Alzahaby Prof. Sameh Hasan Objectives: Identify different EGADs Demonstrate insertion of EGDs

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Station 3 Skill Station: Fiberoptic Bronchoscope Instructor:

Prof. Moataz Abdel Rahman Prof. Ezz El-Din Fikri Prof Aml Abo Elala Objectives: How to use FFOB for intubation orally & nasally. How to use FFOB for intubation via a conduit such as LMA. Station 4 Skill Station: Surgical Airway:  Cricothyrotomy  Needle  Percutaneous Instructor: Prof. Tarek Alsaeid Objectives: How to perform crico-thyrotomy in pediatric patients.

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Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 – (13:00-16:00) Sakkara Hall 1 Basic Trans Esophageal Echocardiography (TEE) Workshop Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Fawzia Aboul Fetouh Instructors: Dr. Hossam El Ashmawy Dr. Dina Soliman Dr. Maged Salah Dr. Hesham Hosny Basic TEE Workshop Program The Workshop will include the following Stations: 13:00-13:40

Basic physical principles Dr. Hossam El Ashmawy

13:40-14:20

TEE views Dr. Dina Soliman

14:20-15:00

Basic Doppler and hemodynamic principles Dr. Maged Salah

15:00-15:20

TEE anatomy of Aortic and pulmonary valves Dr. Hesham Hosny

15:20-15:40

TEE anatomy of mitral and Tricuspid valves Dr. Maged Salah

15:40-16:00

Pitfalls and artifacts Dr. Hossam El Ashmawy

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Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 – (13:00-14:30) Sakkara Hall 2 Gas Man Inhalation Kinetics Workshop Workshop Director James H Philip M.E.E., M.D. Anesthesiologist, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School

Attendees will learn the kinetics of inhaled anaesthetics and how to apply this understanding to improve patient care and teach inhalation kinetics to others. They will learn by using the Gas Man® computer simulation program which they can download from www.medmansimulations.org . Goals & Objectives: Learners will 1. Understand the alveolar tension curve in response to a step change in inspired concentration. 2. Learn how to use Gas Man® to teach the alveolar tension curve and simulate clinical practice. Who the course is suitable for? This course is designed for anesthesiologists in clinical practice, in teaching practice, or in training.

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Thursday April 3rd, 2014 – (09:00-12:00) Sakkara Hall 1 Airway Management Workshop Chairpersons: Prof Abdel Raouf ElGanzouri Consultant Abdalla Fekry Prof. Ayman Ads Prof. Neamat Abdel Rahman Prof. Mona Lotfy Prof. Nesrine Elrefai Prof. Jehan Elkholy Prof. Manal ElGohary Prof. Maha Ismaiel Program 09:10-09:20 09:20-10:00 10:00-10:40 10:40-11:20 11:20-12:00

Introduction Pretest & Group division into 4 Groups whom will rotate every 40 minutes to another station. Rotation 1 Rotation 2 Rotation 3 Rotation 4

Group A Supra-glottic devices: Airway assessment lecture - 15 minutes 1. LMA family 2. Air Q family 3. Other SGADs types For each device, the following points will be discussed: 1. Description & Function 2. Indications & Contraindications 3. Advantages & Disadvantages 4. Complications 5. Limitations Group B Adult Fiberoptic endoscopy: Art of Fiber optic Endoscopy lecture - 15 minutes 1. Description & function of adult fiberoptic. 2. Oral intubation's with & without ETT + oral airway. 3. Nasal intubation's with & without ETT Group C Pediatric Fiberoptic endoscopy Physical Characteristics of scope lecture - 15 minutes 1. Description & function. 2. Oral intubation's with & without ETT + oral airway. 3. Nasal intubation's with & without ETT

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Group D Supra glottic devices with Fiberoptic endoscopy: EGAM scoring system & difficult Airway Algorithm - 15 minutes 1. LMA family 2. Air Q family 3. Other SGADs as I-jel and Laryngeal tube For each device, the following points will be discussed: 1. Indications & Contraindications 2. Advantages & Disadvantages 3. Complications & Limitations By the end of the training program, the candidates should be able to: 1. Examine the airway appropriately. 2. Identify high-risk cases and recognize the criteria of difficult airway 3. Perform complete airway assessment and management of patients with evidence based knowledge and skills. 4. Perform efficiently all the skills as: 1. Insertion of LMA family 2. Insertion of Air Q family and Intubating through it. 3. Using different types of supraglottic devices to ventilate. 4. Performing fiberoptic tracheal intubation in adults oral & nasal. 5. Performing fiberoptic endobroncheal intubation in adults right & left. 6. Performing intubation using fiberoptic endoscopy through SGADs 5. Also, we have to do an overall assessment of personal and intellectual behavior during stress. Methods of Training:  Lectures &Presentations.  Case presentation & group discussions.  Demonstrations. Training materials  Audiovisual training aids.  Models and Manikins. Program assessment  Evaluation of the trainees Pre & Post Test Everyone must know: 1. EGAM airway assessment scoring. 2. EGAM Difficult Airway Algorithm. 3. EGAM Basic safe tools. 4. EGAM advanced safe airway tools. Course Coordinator Consultant: Abdalla Fekry

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Thursday April 3rd, 2014 – (09:00-16:00) Sakkara Hall 2 Ultrasound Guided Nerve Block Workshop Plan of the workshop is to provide a detailed regional anesthetic practice using ultrasound technology. The course will include an illustrated lecture at the beginning of workshop 15-20 min. followed by THREE ROTATORY STATIONS. Instructors on each station will give a detailed sono-anatomy, machine handling, ergonomics, nerve localization, clinical tips in needle insertion and block technique. The proposed time for each station is 45MIN. during which the candidate would have the opportunity to have a hand-on practice on human volunteers. After the end of the station time, candidates would rotate to the other stations. Station 1 Dr. Sanaa Ahmed El-Tohmay (Zagazig University)

• Interscalene plexus block • Supraclavicular plexus block • Axillary brachial block Station 2 Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Mansour (Cairo University)

• Neuro-axial Block • Paravetebral Block (PVB) • Facet Joint Block Station 3 Dr. Amr Abdel Fattah Sayed (Ain Shams University)

• TAP Block • Femoral N. & Adductor Canal Block • Sciatic N (subgluteal )& Popliteal N Requirements: 1. 10 CANDIDATES / STATION is the maximum recommended number 2. Human volunteers slim (average weight 65-75 kg) 3. Ultrasound machines for each station 4. Linear probes 12MHz & Curved probe 2-6 MHz 5. 3 Cold non-frozen chicken (1.2-1.5 kg each ) 6. Examination tables 7. Ultrasound gel &4 Boxes Latex Rubber non -sterile gloves 8. 20 G Spinal needles & water in plastic bowel 9. Paper towel for gel cleaning after scanning 10. Data show projector for illustrated lecture @ beginning of course 15-20 min Course Coordinator Prof Dr. Amr Abdel Fattah Sayed Department of Anesthesia & Chronic Pain Management, Ain Shams University, Egypt

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