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The Second International Symposium on Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatal Medicine. Poznan, see Poland, October 7-9, 2010
Pre-symposium workshops + Keynote lectures (Thursday, October 7, 2010)
COMBINED SPINAL EPIDURAL ANALGESIA FOR LABOR: WORKSHOPS (DURATION 2 HOURS. MAXIMUM 20 PARTICIPANTS PER SESSION): SESSION NUMBER ONE

FACULTY:
1. Prof. Claudia L. Fernandez, Argentina
2. Prof. Shreeniwas Jawalekar, USA
3. Prof. Krzysztof M. Kuczkowski, USA
WORKSHOPS OUTLINE:
Part One: Physiology of labor pain (10 minutes)
Part Two: Combined spinal-epidural analgesia: the technique (20 minutes)
Part Three: Combined spinal-epidural analgesia: the equipment (30 minutes)
Part Four: Combined spinal-epidural analgesia: ”hands on” experience (60 minutes)
KEYNOTE LECTURES:
1. Enhancing patient safety in obstetric anesthesia (congress opening lecture/keynote lecture number one). – Prof. Florian Nuevo, the Philippines (duration 45 minutes).
Introduction by Prof. Krzysztof M. Kuczkowski, USA
Keynote lecture number one will be followed by special presentation entitled „Welcome to Manila, Philippines for the 17th Asean Congress of Anaesthesiologists 2011″ – Prof. Florian Nuevo, Philippines (duration 10 minutes).
2. Selective combined spinal-epidural anesthesia for cesarean section (keynote lecture number two). – Prof. Alfredo Cattaneo, Argentina (duration 45 minutes).
Introduction by Prof. Claudia L. Fernandez, Argentina
Keynote lecture number two will be followed by special presentation entitled „Welcome to Buenos Aires, Argentina for the 15th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists 2012″ – Prof. Alfredo Cattaneo, Argentina (duration 20 minutes).
3. Cocaine abuse in pregnancy: anesthetic implications (keynote lecture number three). – Prof. Hanna Billert, Poland (duration 45 minutes).
Introduction by Prof. Leon Drobnik, Poland
Keynote lecture number three will be followed by special presentation entitled „Welcome to Gdansk, Poland for the XVII th International Congress of the Polish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care 2011.” – Prof. Maria Wujtewicz, Poland (duration 10 minutes).
COMBINED SPINAL EPIDURAL ANALGESIA FOR LABOR: WORKSHOPS (DURATION 2 HOURS. MAXIMUM 20 PARTICIPANTS PER SESSION): SESSION NUMBER TWO
FACULTY:
1. Prof. Claudia L. Fernandez, Argentina
2. Prof. Shreeniwas Jawalekar, USA
3. Prof. Krzysztof M. Kuczkowski, USA
WORKSHOPS OUTLINE:
Part One: Physiology of labor pain (10 minutes)
Part Two: Combined spinal-epidural analgesia: the technique (20 minutes)
Part Three: Combined spinal-epidural analgesia: the equipment (30 minutes)
Part Four: Combined spinal-epidural analgesia: ”hands on” experience (60 minutes)
Day One: Refresher Course Lectures (Friday, October 8, 2010)
REFRESHER COURSE OPENING LECTURE:
Peripartum hemorrhage. – Prof. Stephen Gatt, Australia (Refresher Course Opening Lecture). Duration 30 minutes.
Introduction by Prof. Ewa Mayzer-Zawadzka, Poland
Refresher Course Opening Lecture will be followed by special presentation entitled „Welcome to Sydney, Australia for the World Congress of Regional Anaesthesia & Pain Therapy.” – Prof. Stephen Gatt, Australia (duration 10 minutes).
SESSION ONE (early morning): What is new in obstetric anesthesia and perinatal medicine?.
Chairpersons: Prof. Krzysztof M. Kuczkowski, USA, Prof. Leon Drobnik, Poland
1. What is new in perinatal medicine: a message from a perinatologist. – Prof. Ana Bianchi, Uruguay
2. What is beyond computer-integrated patient-controlled epidural analgesia? – Prof. Alex Sia, Singapore
Coffee break
SESSION TWO (late morning): Pregnancy, labor and delivery, and beyond
Chairpersons: Prof. Grzegorz Breborowicz, Poland, Prof. Florian Nuevo, the Philippines
1. Anatomy and physiology of pregnancy: what an anesthesiologist needs to know. – Prof. Bahij Nuwayhid, USA
2. New look at the combined-spinal epidural analgesia for delivery. – Prof. Mayzer-Zawadzka, Poland
3. When the newborn needs surgery: physiologic and anesthetic considerations. – Prof. Raafat Hannallah, USA
Lunch break
SESSION THREE (early afternoon): Cesarean section
Chairpersons: Prof. Susan Verghese, USA, Prof. Alfredo Cattaneo, Argentina
1. Regional anesthesia for cesarean section. – Prof. Mohamed Geddawy, Saudi Arabia
2. General anesthesia for cesarean section. – Prof. Toshiyuki Okutomi, Japan
3. The difficult airway algorithm for the obstetric patient: what is new? – Prof. Shmuel Evron, Israel
4. Does general anesthesia impair the normal development of a child? – Prof. Andrzej Piotrowski, Poland
Coffee break
SESSION FOUR (late afternoon): Obstetric anesthesia, perinatal medicine and coexisting disease
Chairpersons: Prof. Janusz Gadzinowski, Poland, Prof. Stephen Gatt, Australia
1. Human immunodeficiency virus in pregnancy. – Prof. Vinod Nundloll, Mauritius
2. Labor analgesia for the morbidly obese parturient: challanges and their solutions. – Dr. Terry Tan, Ireland
3. Neonatal surgical emergencies. – Prof. Susan Verghese, USA
Day Two: Main Congress Lectures (Saturday, October 9, 2010)
MAIN CONGRESS OPENING LECTURE:
Intrathecal clonidine for labor pain: international perspective. – Prof. Susilo Chandra, Indonesia (Main Congress Opening Lecture). Duration 30 minutes
Introduction by Prof. Berrin Gunaydin, Turkey
Main Congress Opening Lecture will be followed by special presentation entitled „Welcome to Bali, Indonesia for the 11th Asian and Oceanic Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Congress and the 8th International Annual Meeting of the Indonesian Society of Obstetric Anesthesia, and the Indonesian Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.” – Prof. Susilo Chandra, Indonesia (duration 10 minutes).
SESSION ONE (early morning): Perinatal medicine: perspectives and outcomes
Chairpersons: Prof. Leon Drobnik, Poland, Prof. Krzysztof M. Kuczkowski, USA,
1. Maternal morbidity and mortality: past present and future – global perspective. – Prof. Jane Kabutu, Kenya
2. Perinatal anesthesia from the obstetrician’s point of view. – Prof. Grzegorz Breborowicz, Poland
Coffee break
SESSION TWO (late morning): The mother, placental support, and the fetus
Chairpersons: Prof. Hanna Billert, Poland, Prof. Toshiyuki Okutomi, Japan
1. Advances in obstetric anesthesia: anesthesia for fetal intrapartum operations on placental support. – Prof. Krzysztof M. Kuczkowski, USA
2. Fetal surgery: anesthetic considerations. – Dr. Rie Kato, Japan
3. Nonobstetric surgery in pregnancy. – Prof. Berrin Gunaydin, Turkey
Lunch break
SESSION THREE (early afternoon): The high risk parturient: unresolved controversies
Chairpersons: Prof. Andrzej Piotrowski, Poland, Prof. Claudia L. Fernandez, Argentina
1. Controversies in the delivery suite: the pregnant cardiac patient. – Prof. Florian Nuevo, the Philippines
2. Respiratory disorders in pregnancy and obstetric anesthesia. – Prof. Patricia Gonzalez, Colombia
3. Obstetric anesthesia for the parturient with pregnancy induced hypertension: unresolved controversies. – Prof. Alfredo Cattaneo, Argentina
4. Labor analgesia for the parturient with neurological disorder. – Prof. Ahmed E. Badr, USA
Coffee break
SESSION FOUR (Late afternoon): Peripartum complications and neonatal outcomes
Chairpersons: Prof. Ewa Mayzner-Zawadzka, Poland, Prof. Ahmed E. Badr, USA
1. Neurological complications of perinatal anesthesia. – Prof. Leon Drobnik, Poland
2. Neonate on the borderline of survival. – Prof. Janusz Gadzinowski, Poland
3. Amniotic fluid emoblism: risk factors, maternal and fetal outcomes. – Dr. Ignace Sandefo, Martinique, France

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