CSA & MSA 2017 Annual Meeting

Jul. 30 - Aug. 1 • Chicago, IL
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Speakers

Exhibitors

Schedule

  • 29 July
  • 30 July
  • 31 July
  • 01 August

Anees Chagpar, MD, MSc, MA, MPH, MBA

Yale University
    Anees currently is the Director of the Breast Center -- Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven, an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery, Yale School of Medicine, and the Assistant Director for Global Oncology at Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center. Born and raised in Canada, she completed her BSc in Honors Biochemistry and MD with Honors in Research at the University of Alberta, and her general surgery residency training and MSc at the University of Saskatchewan. She went on to become the inaugural Susan G. Komen Interdisciplinary Breast Fellow at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, prior to joining the University of Louisville as an Assistant Professor of Surgery. She then completed her MPH in Clinical Effectiveness at the Harvard School of Public Health and an MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities at the University of Louisville. She rose rapidly through the ranks to become an Associate Professor with tenure and an Academic Advisory Dean. She built the first nationally accredited Breast Center in Kentucky at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center prior to being recruited to Yale where she led the effort for Yale to become the first NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Northeast to have a nationally, and internationally, accredited breast center. She is a busy breast surgical oncologist who participates in investigator-initiated and cooperative group clinical trials, as well as translational and clinical research. She enjoys teaching and mentoring students, residents, fellows and junior faculty, and is passionate about leadership in academic medicine, having most recently completed an MBA for Executives with a focus on Leadership in Healthcare at Yale’s School of Management.

30 July

W. Scott Melvin, MD

Montefiore Medical Center
Dr. Melvin is an internationally recognized expert in General Surgery, GI surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, and new technology development. He is also a renowned surgical innovator. Dr. Melvin is a past President of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgery (SAGES), which is the largest society of gastrointestinal surgeons in North America, with over 6,000 members. He is the current President of the Central Surgical Association. After training at the University of Maryland, Dr. Melvin completed a Fellowship at Ohio State University, where he then joined the faculty. Dr. Melvin was recruited to Montefiore Medical Center in 2014 from Ohio State, where he held many leadership appointments including Professor of Surgery, Executive Vice Chairman of Surgery, Chief of the Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery, and Director of the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, which he founded. Dr. Melvin is currently the Vice Chair of Surgery and the Director of the Division of General Surgery at Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein School of Medicine. He directs a division of over 20 specialists dealing with all aspects of general and oncological surgery. Dr. Melvin remains a busy clinical surgeon, specializing in foregut disease and minimally invasive approaches to the management of these diseases. He has authored over 120 peer reviewed articles and 20 book chapters. Dr. Melvin serves on multiple editorial boards and is Editor in Chief for The Journal of Surgery Laparoscopy and Endoscopic and Percutaneous Techniques. In addition to being a recognized educator, Dr. Melvin is the recipient of multiple educational awards from both the department and the college. His reputation has resulted in hundreds of invitations for National and International lectures as well as a National and International presence in the field of Surgery.

31 July

Thomas Ricketts

Chairman - Chicago Cubs
Tom Ricketts is the Chairman of the Chicago Cubs and longtime fan of the team. In 2009, he led his family’s acquisition of the team from the Tribune Company. When Tom and his family were introduced as the new owners of the Chicago Cubs, he outlined three goals for the organization: win the World Series; preserve and improve Wrigley Field for future generations; and to be good neighbors, giving back to the city and the team’s North Side neighborhood.

The Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World Series and were named by Baseball America as the 2016 Organization of the Year. Tom is on the Executive Council of Major League Baseball. Tom is also the Chairman of Incapital LLC, which he co-founded in 1999. Incapital is an investment bank with underwriting and distribution expertise in a wide range of securities. Incapital has underwritten over $400 billion of securities including corporate bonds, U.S. Agencies, preferred stock, certificates of deposit, mortgage-backed, structured notes and market linked investments.

In 2010, Tom was named Ernst & Young’s Midwest Finance Entrepreneur of the Year for his work with Incapital LLC and was on several occasions named by Institutional Investor Magazine as one the 40 most influential leaders in electronic finance.

Tom is on the boards of Meijer, Inc., NorthShore University HealthSystem, Choose Chicago, the Field Museum, the Executive’s Club of Chicago, the Economic Club of Chicago and the Wood Family Foundation.

Prior to Incapital, Tom worked at ABN AMRO, The Chicago Corporation and Mesirow Financial. He was a market maker on the Chicago Board Options Exchange from 1988 through 1994. Tom has an AB in Economics and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago. He was named the Business School’s Young Alumnus of the Year in 2005.
Tom and his wife, Cecelia, live in the Chicago area with their five children.

31 July

Margo Shoup, MD

Northwestern Medicine
Dr. Margo Shoup is a nationally recognized expert in Surgical Oncology with a focus on GI Oncology. Dr. Shoup received her medical degree from Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL. She then followed with her general surgery residency and research fellowship at Loyola University in Maywood, IL and a surgical oncology fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, New York. After finishing her training Dr. Shoup returned to Loyola University Medical Center from 2002 until 2012 where she held the titles of Professor of Surgery, Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology, Vice Chairman for Clinical Outcomes Research in the Department of Surgery and the Assistant Dean for Clinical and Translational Research for the Stritch School of Medicine. In 2012 Dr. Shoup became the Medical Leader for Oncology at Cadence Health in the west suburbs of Chicago, where she oversees the Oncology program for Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield, IL and Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva, IL. In 2014 when Cadence Health merged with Northwestern and became Northwestern Medicine Dr. Shoup continued in her role as Medical Leader of Oncology for Northwestern Medicine cancer program in the west suburbs and in addition, now oversees the cancer programs at Kishwaukee Hospital in Dekalb and Valley West Hospital in Sandwich, IL. Dr. Shoup is the current President of the Midwest Surgical Association and has held many national and regional leadership positions in other surgical societies. Dr. Shoup has been a Director with the American Board of Surgery since 2012. She is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and a past Treasurer of the Central Surgical Association, and is a member of the Society of University Surgeons, the Western Surgical Association and the Southern Surgical Association.

01 August

Ethicon - Bronze Sponsor

Our purpose is to advance innovation in surgery. We offer healthcare professionals solutions that address the key challenges of today’s surgical procedures in order to optimize patient outcomes.

3D Systems

3D Systems provides comprehensive 3D products and services, including 3D printers, print materials, on-demand parts services and digital design tools. Its ecosystem supports advanced applications from the product design shop to the factory floor to the operating room. 3D Systems’ precision healthcare capabilities include simulation, Virtual Surgical Planning, and printing of medical and dental devices as well as patient-specific surgical instruments. As the originator of 3D printing and a shaper of future 3D solutions, 3D Systems has spent its 30 year history enabling professionals and companies to optimize their designs, transform their workflows, bring innovative products to market and drive new business models.

Clinical Technology Inc.

Clinical Technology Inc.(CTI) is a leading specialty distributor of medical products in the mid-western region of the United States. Today, CTI operates directly in thirteen states, is part of a national distribution alliance, and serves as master distributor capable of providing sales and distribution throughout the country. In addition, CTI maintains the infrastructure to facilitate a product from concept through the FDA approval process and into manufacturing and distribution.

Genentech

We focus our research and development practice on discovering and developing new medicines for unmet medical needs. Right now, the Genentech Research and Early Development pipeline has more than 20 new molecular entities in clinical development.

Genomic Health

Genomic Health is the world's leading provider of genomic-based diagnostic tests that address both the overtreatment and optimal treatment of early-stage cancer, one of the greatest issues in healthcare today.

Hitachi Healthcare

From life-saving cancer treatments, to highly sophisticated diagnostic imaging equipment, to allergy and blood testing equipment, to helping doctors and hospitals better manage patient data, Hitachi is dedicated to improving healthcare and medical treatment. Hitachi’s healthcare and medical companies provide many other cutting edge technologies, including medical imaging, medical diagnostics, patient monitoring systems, performance improvement, drug discovery and biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies. These technologies are helping clinicians around the world create the next generation of products to predict, diagnose, inform and treat disease, so their patients can live their lives to the fullest.

Medtronic

To contribute to human welfare by application of biomedical engineering in the research, design, manufacture, and sale of instruments or appliances that alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life.

Merck & Co

VISION To make a difference in the lives of people globally through our innovative medicines, vaccines, and animal health products. We are committed to being the premier, research-intensive biopharmaceutical company and are dedicated to providing leading innovations and solutions for today and the future.

MISSION To discover, develop and provide innovative products and services that save and improve lives around the world.

Pfizer

Our purpose is grounded in our belief that all people deserve to live healthy lives. This drives our desire to provide access to medicines that are safe, effective, and affordable.

Sofregen Medical

Sofregen develops and delivers innovative and transformative silk-based solutions for soft tissue defects, restoring confidence and improving the quality of life for medical and aesthetic patients around the world.

As part of our growing portfolio of medical technologies, we have recently become the new supplier of SERI® Surgical Scaffold, the only silk-based biological mesh.

Stonebridge Capital Advisors, LLC

Stonebridge Capital Advisors is a Twin Cities based investment advisory firm formed in 1997. We have offices in St. Paul, MN, Traverse City, MI, Hendersonville, TN, and Denver, CO with clients across the United States. As an SEC Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) we manage over $1 Billion in assets under management. Our focus is customized separately managed investment portfolios. Clients needs are met through diverse styles of management including equity, balanced and fixed income solutions.
Our portfolio managers bring over 40 years of industry experience to each client and have a wide array of certifications to support their expertise. We provide the best investment solutions to solve your unique financial needs.

Shire

New ideas, new innovations, new ways of thinking are fueling Shire’s future. At Shire, we ground everything we do in our purpose of enabling people with life altering conditions to lead better lives. Our patient and customer focused culture encourages employees to embrace innovation and challenge the status quo through respectful and inclusive engagement with colleagues. Honesty and transparency are inherent in all that we do as we work with a high sense of urgency to become a leading global biotech delivering innovative therapies to patients with rare diseases and other specialty conditions. We foster an environment where leaders are positive, accountable, results driven and great people managers. Our employees own their development in partnership with their manager, understand and leverage their strengths, bring their whole selves to work, and like the leaders they are expected to eventually become, share the essential traits of positive, accountable and results driven. Our non-hierarchical structure and clear reporting lines enable quick decision making, nimble execution and the opportunity for employees to enjoy the work and grow to their fullest potential.

We are committed to recruit, develop and retain top talent who take a responsible and ethical approach to all that we do and who want to make a difference in the lives of patients across the globe.

TELA Bio

TELA Bio seeks to collaborate with surgeons to understand the clinical unmet needs in soft tissue repair.

We apply innovative engineering design principles to create purposefully built products to address the unmet needs of surgeons. Our goal is to construct a portfolio of products that surpasses the performance of the synthetic and biologic materials currently in the market so that there are fewer trade-offs for surgeons between functionality and ease of use. We are committed to collecting clinical data that measure the benefits our portfolio brings to patients.

Registration Open

02:00 PM 05:30 PM Grand Court

CSA Foundation Meeting

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Executive Room

MSA Council Meeting

03:00 PM 05:00 PM Lincoln Park (River Level 1)

CSA Council Meeting

03:00 PM 05:00 PM Executive Room

CSA& MSA Combined Welcome Reception

05:30 PM 07:00 PM Riverfront Room

Shuttle Service to and from Navy Pier

07:30 PM 11:30 PM

Registration Open

07:00 AM 01:00 PM Grand Court

5K run along riverwalk to lakefront

07:00 AM 08:00 AM Meet at 320 River Bar

Continental Breakfast, Poster and Exhibit Viewing

07:30 AM 09:00 AM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Exhibits Open

07:30 AM 01:00 PM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Opening Plenary Session

08:15 AM 09:45 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Moderators: W. Scott Melvin MD; Margo Shoup MD Grand Ballroom AB
8:15am - 8:30am
1. RELATIONSHIP OF PROCEDURAL NUMBERS WITH OPERATIVE AUTONOMY LEVELS IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
HP Stride MS, BC George MD, RG Williams PhD, JT Bohnen MD, MJ Eaton DO, MC Schuller MSEd, L Zhao PhD, A Yang MS, SL Meyerson MD, GL Dunnington MD, L Torbeck PhD, JT Mullen MD, E Auyang MD, J Chipman MD, J Choi MD, A Meier MD, D Smink MD, KP
Terhune MD, P Wise MD, D DaRosa PhD, N Soper MD,
JB Zwischenberger MD, K Lillemoe MD, JP Fryer MD
Northwestern University
Presenter: Jonathan Fryer MD
Invited Discussant: Peter Angelos MD, PhD, University of Chicago
Society: CSA

8:30am - 8:45am
2. IMPLEMENTATION OF PROSPECTIVE SURGEON-DRIVEN RISK BASED PATHWAY FOR PANCREATODUODENECTOMY
RESULTS IN IMPROVED CLINICAL OUTCOMES AND FIRST YEAR COST SAVINGS OF $1 MILLION

CR Shubert MD MHA, EB Habermann PhD MPH, FG Que MD, AE Glasgow MHA, RL Smoot MD, DM Nagorney MD, MB Farnell MD, MJ
Truty MD, ML Kendrick MD Mayo Clinic, Rochester
Presenter: Christopher Shubert MD, MHA
Invited Discussant: C Max Schmidt MD, PhD, MBA, Indiana University School of Medicine
Society: CSA

8:45am - 9:00am
3. PERIOPERATIVE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT UTILIZATION IN INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT MEDICARE LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
SM Nedza MD, Fry DE, Chen P
MPA Healthcare Solutions
Presenter: Susan Nedza MD
Invited Discussant: Gerard Abood MD, Loyola University Medical Center
Society: MSA

9:00am - 9:15am
4. THE BENEFITS OF A LOW DOSE COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATE/CITRULLINE ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION FOR PREOPERATIVE CARBOHYDRATE LOADING: FOCUS ON GLYCEMIC VARIABILITY
BA Kielhorn DO, AJ Senagore MD, T Asgeirsson MD
Metro Health Hospital - University of Michigan Health System
Presenter: Barrett Kielhorn DO
Invited Discussant: Roderich Schwarz MD, Indiana University School of Medicine, South Bend
Society: MSA

9:15am - 9:30am
5. SINGLE STAGE LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF
CHOLEDOCHOLITHIASIS: AN ANALYSIS AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF A MASTERY LEARNING RESIDENT CURRICULUM

B Schwab MD, NJ Soper MD, JH Barsuk MD, MS, ES Hungness MD
Northwestern University
Presenter: Ben Schwab MD
Invited Discussant: J. Stephen Marshall MD, University of Illinois at Peoria
Society: CSA

9:30am - 9:45am
6. ENDOSCOPIC AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF INCIDENTAL FOCAL COLORECTAL 18 F-FLUORODEOXYGLUCOSE UPTAKE IN PET/CT SCAN:
COLONOSCOPIC EVALUATION IS WARRANTED

Valente MA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Michael A. Valente DO
Invited Discussant: Joshua Mammen MD, PhD, University of Kansas
Society: MSA

William Harridge Lecture "On Baseball and Breast Cancer"

09:45 AM 10:15 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Grand Ballroom AB

Speakers

Refreshment Break, Exhibits & ePoster viewing

10:15 AM 10:30 AM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Parallel Scientific Session 1A

10:30 AM 12:30 PM Grand Ballroom AB

10:30am - 10:45am
7. SURGICAL RESECTION IMPROVES MEDIAN BUT NOT LONG-TERM OVERALL SURVIVAL WHEN COMPARED WITH RADIOTHERAPY IN MERKEL CELL CARCINOMA: A PROPENSITY SCORE MATCHED ANALYSIS OF THE NCDB
GP Wright MD, MP Holtzman MD
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Presenter: G. Paul Wright MD
Invited Discussant: Adam Kabaker MD, Loyola University Medical Center
Society: MSA

10:45am - 11:00am
8. CAN PARATHYROID HYPERPLASIA BE PREDICTED PREOPERATIVELY?
HH Shi BS, CR McHenry MD
MetroHealth Medical Center
Presenter: Helen Shi BS
Invited Discussant: Steven De Jong MD, Loyola University Medical Center
Society: MSA

11:00am - 11:15am
9. SURGICAL SKILLS EVALUATION: DOES IT MANDATE A MEDICAL BACKGROUND?
Muhammad Zeb, Apram Jyot MBBS, Eduardo Abbott MD, Miguel Gomez MD, Nimesh Naik MD, Baloul Mohamed MBBS, David Farley MD
Mayo Clinic
Presenter: Muhammad Zeb MBBS
Invited Discussant: David Scheeres MD, Michigan State University/College of Human Medicine; Spectrum Health Medical Group
Society: MSA

11:15am - 11:30am
10. COMBINATION OF EXTREMELY LOW DOSE CHEMOTHERAPY WITH ATTENUATED SALMONELLA ENTERICA TYPHIMURIUM SIGNFICANTLY DECREASES TUMOR BURDEN IN AN AUTOCHTHONOUS MODEL OF MURINE BREAST CANCER
DA Saltzman MD PhD, L Augustin PhD, M Mertensotto BS, AS Leonard MD PhD, J Schottel PhD
University of Minnesota
Presenter: Daniel Saltzman MD PhD
Invited Discussant: Benjamin Li MD, MetroHealth/Case Western Reserve University
Society: CSA

11:30am - 11:45am
11. CAPITAL PURCHASES AND THE DOWNSTREAM EFFECTS; A PILOT STUDY OF BREAST CANCER SURGERY INTRA-OPERATIVE SPECIMEN IMAGING.
HW Kornfeld BA, TL Spivey MD, A Madrigrano MD, KA Kopkash MD
Rush University Medical Center
Presenter: Hannah Kornfeld BA
Invited Discussant: David LInz MD, MSA
Society: MSA

11:45am - 12:00pm
12. A NOVEL MODALITY FOR INTRAOPERATIVE MARGIN ASSESSMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON RE-EXCISION RATES IN BREAST CONSERVING SURGERY
AR Kupstas MD, W Ibrar MD, D Ockner MD, RD Hayward PhD, CA Wesen MD, J Falk MD
St John Hospital and Medical Center
Presenter: Amanda Kupstas MD
Invited Discussant: David Farley MD, Mayo Clinic
Society: MSA

12:00pm - 12:15pm
13. A THIRD OF SENTINEL NODE TUMOR POSITIVE MASTECTOMY PATIENTS ARE NOT UNDERGOING COMPLETION AXILLARY NODE DISSECTION
SA Gaines MD, N Suss BS, E Barrera MD, K Yao MD
NorthShore University HealthSystem
Presenter: Sara Gaines MD
Invited Discussant: Tina Hieken MD, Mayo Clinic
Society: CSA

12:15pm - 12:30pm
14. STAGING BREAST CANCER BY SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY: DO PATIENTS WITH A SINGLE NEGATIVE SENTINEL NODE EXPERIENCE WORSE OUTCOMES THAN THOSE WITH MULTIPLE NEGATIVE SENTINEL NODES?
AD Wikerson BA, BJ Averbook MD, NE Joseph, MD, SM Sharpe MD, BD Li MD
MetroHealth Medical Center
Presenter: Avia Wilkerson BA
Invited Discussant: Sarkis Meterissian MD, McGill University
Society: CSA

Parallel Scientific Session 1B

10:30 AM 12:30 PM Grand Ballroom C

10:30am - 10:45am
15. PRACTICE PATTERN VARIATION IN TRACHEOSTOMY AND GASTROSTOMY TUBE PLACEMENT IN TRAUMA PATIENTS: A POTENTIAL FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
LA Gil BS, AN Kothari MD, RP Gonzalez MD, HH Ton That MD, MJ Anstadt MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Lindsay Gil BA, BS
Invited Discussant: Jason Smith MD, PhD, University of Louisville
Society: CSA

10:45am - 11:00am
16. COAGULATION PROFILE FOLLOWING LIVER RESECTION; DOES LIVER CIRRHOSIS AFFECT THROMBELASTOGRAPHY?
B TANNER MD, R KHATRI MD, G.ZERVOUDAKIS MS, G. MUNENE MD
Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine
Presenter: Brandon Tanner MD
Invited Discussant: Matthew Chung MD, Spectrum Health Medical Group
Society: MSA

11:00am - 11:15am
17. THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: IMPACTS ON AN OHIO LEVEL I TRAUMA CENTER THREE YEARS AFTER IMPLEMENTATION
JL Miller BA, KE Acus BS, MC McCarthy MD, K Herzing BSN
Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
Presenter: Kirstin Acus
Invited Discussant: Jonathan Saxe MD, St. Vincent
Society: CSA

11:15am - 11:30am
18. SEEING THE FOREST BEYOND THE TREES: PREDICTING SURVIVAL IN BURN PATIENTS WITH MACHINE LEARNING
AN Cobb MD, W Daungjaiboon BE, SA Brownlee BS, AJ Baldea MD, AP Sanford MD, MJ Mosier MD, PC Kuo MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Adrienne Cobb MD
Invited Discussant: Christopher Brandt MD, MetroHealth Medical Center
Society: MSA

11:30am - 11:45am
19. IS IT SAFE TO DISCHARGE GERIATRIC TRAUMA PATIENTS WITH ANEMIA?
N Jaisingh BS, AW Ong MD, DA Lapham DO, S Butler RN, CRNP, A Sigal MD, FB Fernandez MD
Reading Health System
Presenter: Nick Jaisingh BS
Invited Discussant: William Cirocco MD, The Ohio State University
Society: MSA

11:45am - 12:00pm
20. EVALUATING THE REPEAL OF MICHIGAN’S UNIVERSAL HELMET LAW ON TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
RN Saunders MD, NS Adams MD, AT Davis PhD, AJ Chapman MD, LT Durling MD, GA Iskander MD, JA Girotto MD
Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners
Presenter: Rachel Saunders MD
Invited Discussant: Charles Lucas MD, Wayne State University
Society: MSA

12:00pm - 12:15pm
21. CAN ENHANCED RECOVERY IN EMERGENCY CASES PROTECT AGAINST POST-OPERATIVE PNEUMONIA AND LOWER THE RATE OF RE-INTUBATION?
J Chen PhD, S Fogel MD
Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital
Presenter: Jing Chen PhD
Invited Discussant: Stephen Barnes MD, University of Missouri
Society: CSA

12:15pm - 12:30pm
22. EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT THORACOTOMY IN TRAUMA PATIENTS: HOW OLD IS TOO OLD?
LA Gil, MJ Anstadt MD, AN Kothari MD, RP Gonzalez MD, FA Luchette MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Lindsay Gil BA, BS
Invited Discussant: Salman Ahmad MD, University of Missouri
Society: CSA

Overview of Lifelong Learning and Certification (formally MOC)

12:30 PM 01:30 PM Grand Ballroom AB

Lunch on Own

12:30 PM 01:30 PM

10Pin Dinner & Bowling (Pre Registration Required)

05:00 PM 07:00 PM 10Pin - Offsite

Spectacular Problems in Surgery

08:00 PM 10:00 PM Grand Ballroom AB

8:00pm - 8:15pm
SP1. TREATMENT OF CHALLENGING, PERSISTENT SPONTANEOUS PNEUMOTHORAX WITH ENDOBRONCHIAL VALVES.
GK Ong MD, JM Saxe MD, RS Mahidhara MD
St. Vincent Hospital
Presenter: Gabie Ong MD

8:15pm - 8:30pm
SP2. IT DOESN’T END WHEN YOU CLOSE THE ABDOMEN: MANAGEMENT OF BILIARY-BRONCHOPLEURAL FISTULA (BBPF) IN HIGH-GRADE LIVER TRAUMA
Landmann A, Albrecht RM, Reinersman JM, Bonds MM, Patel A, Lees JS
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Presenter: Alessandra Landmann MD

8:30pm - 8:45pm
SP3. Portal Vein Pseudoaneurysm Presenting as ‘False’ Intraluminal Post-Pancreaticoduodenectomy Hemorrhage (PPH): Successful Treatment with Endovascular Kissing Stents
A case report.
SJ Pera MD, N Hafezi MS, JS Marshall MD, MJ Scheidt MD
University of Illinois College of Medicine
Presenter: Samuel J. Pera MD

8:45pm - 9:00pm
SP4. TWO-STAGE PALLIATIVE MULTIVISCERAL RETROPERITONEAL RESECTION TO CONTROL UNMANAGEABLE DUODENAL BLEED DUE TO RECURRENT PARAGANGLIOMA
LR Smucker MS, AN Hardy MD, RE Schwarz MD
IU School of Medicine
Presenter: Levi Smucker MS

9:00pm - 9:15pm
SP5. TWO CASES OF SMALL BOWEL OBSTRUCTION CAUSED BY ENTEROLITHS FORMED FROM SMALL BOWEL DIVERTICULAR DISEASE
TM Shaker MD, AW Wilkes MD, AR Spencer MD
Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners
Presenter: Tamer Shaker MD

9:15pm - 9:30pm
SP6. A CHILLING REMINDER OF WINTER RECREATIONAL INJURIES: LACERATION OF THE INTERNAL JUGULAR AT AN ICE HOCKEY GAME
AJ Choudhry MBBS, MD Ray-Zack MBBS, M Younis MBBS, MC Hernandez MD, JA Aho MD, DC Cullinane MD, MD Zielinski MD
Mayo Clinic
Presenter: Asad Choudhry MD

9:30pm - 9:45pm
SP7. CARDIAC RUPTURE FOLLOWING MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION
D Kang MD, T Xu MD, C Fredericks MD, M Kaminsky MD, F Bokhari MD, SK Gupta MD
Rush University Medical Center
Presenter: Danby Kang MD

9:45pm - 10:00pm
SP8. A LUMPECTOMY THE SIZE OF A MASTECTOMY: A FOUR POUND LUMPECTOMY SPECIMEN!
LT Qu MD, S Lo MD, DK Vandevender MD, FT Vaince MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Linda Qu MD

Kids Movie

08:00 PM 10:00 PM Executive Boardroom

Registration Open

07:00 AM 01:00 PM Grand Court

Continental Breakfast for Physicians

07:00 AM 08:30 AM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Exhibits Open

07:30 AM 01:00 PM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Parallel Scientific Session 2A

07:30 AM 09:30 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Moderators: L. Michael Brunt MD; Theodore Asgeirsson MD

7:30am - 7:45am

23. RISK-ADJUSTED REGIONAL OUTCOMES IN ELECTIVE MEDICARE COLON SURGERY
DE Fry MD, SM Nedza MD, M Pine MD, A Reband BS, C-J Huang PhD, G Pine BA
MPA Healthcare Solutions
Presenter: Donald Fry, MD
Invited Discussant: Matthew Chung MD, Spectrum Health Medical Group
Society: MSA

7:45am - 8:00am
24. HOW COST EFFECTIVE IS ENDOSCOPIC SUBMUCOSAL DISSECTION IN REMOVING LARGE COLORECTAL POLYPS? A COMPARISON WITH LAPAROSCOPIC COLECTOMY
MM Gamaleldin MD, C Delaney MD, E Gorgun MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Maysoon Gamaleldin MD
Invited Discussant: Ian Paquette MD, UC Health 
Society: CSA

8:00am - 8:15am
25. OUTCOMES OF RECTAL RESECTION FOLLOWING NEOADJUVANT THERAPY IN THE 'ELDERLY': CAN RECTAL CANCER PATIENTS BE TOO OLD FOR A NEOADJUVANT APPROACH?
WC Cirocco, MD
The Ohio State University
Presenter: William Cirocco MD
Invited Discussant: Frederick Lane MD, Kendrick Colon and Rectal Center
Society: MSA

8:15am - 8:30am
26. DO BIOLOGICS INCREASE THE INCIDENCE OF DYSPLASIA AND CANCER IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC ULCERATIVE COLITIS?
TM HASSAN MD, J CHURCH MD, G OZUNER MD, M KALADY MD, L STOCCHI MD, T HULL MD, M ABBAS MD, E GORGUN MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Tareq Hassan MD
Invited Discussant: Scott Strong MD, Northwestern Medicine
Society: CSA

8:30am - 8:45am
27. MODIFIED FRAILTY INDEX PREDICTS MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN PROCTECTOMY AND CYSTECTOMY PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
SL McChesney MD, AL Klinger MD, HJ Green MS, DJ Canter MD, DA Margolin MD
The Ochsner Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Shannon McChesney MD
Invited Discussant: Lin Yip MD, University of Pittsburgh
Society: CSA

8:45am - 9:00am
28. WHICH BOWEL PREPARATION STRATEGY IS MOST EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING ELECTIVE COLECTOMY?
EF Midura MD, A Jung MD, V Dhar MD, D Hanseman PHD, S Shah MD, I Paquette MD
University of Cincinnati
Presenter: Andrew Jung MD
Invited Discussant: Jan Rakinic MD, Southern Illinois University
Society: CSA

9:00am - 9:15am
29. LONG TERM OUTCOMES FOLLOWING ILEAL POUCH-ANAL ANASTOMOSIS IN PATIENTS WITH INDETERMINATE COLITIS
NJ Galbraith MBChB, U Netz MD, JV Carter MBChB, S Manek BS, S Galandiuk MD
University of Louisville
Presenter: Jane Carter MBChB MRCS PhD
Invited Discussant: William Cirocco MD, The Ohio State University
Society: CSA

9:15am - 9:30am
30. INDIVIDUAL SURGEON FACTOR IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PIECE INFLUENCING DIVERTING ILEOSTOMY CREATION FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOING SIGMOID COLECTOMY FOR DIVERTICULAR DISEASE
C Benlice MD, C Delaney MD, D Liska MD, J Hrabe MD, S Steele MD, E Gorgun MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Emre Gorgun MD
Invited Discussant: Roxie Albrecht MD, University of Oklahoma
Society: MSA

Parallel Scientific Session 2B

07:30 AM 09:30 AM Grand Ballroom C

Moderators: Shimul Shah MD, MHCM; Constantine Godellas MD

7:30am - 7:45am

31. DO NOT BREAK UP THE SURGICAL TEAM! FAMILIARITY AND EXPERTISE AFFECT OPERATIVE TIME IN COMPLEX SURGERY
EJ Finnesgard BA, T Pandian MD MPH, ML Kendrick MD, DR Farley MD
Mayo Clinic
Presenter: Eric Finnesgard BA
Invited Discussant: Jeffrey Hardacre MD, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Society: MSA

7:45am - 8:00am
32. DAILY REVIEW OF AHRQ PATIENT SAFETY INDICATORS HAS SIGNIFICANT FINANCIAL IMPACT ON VALUE BASED PURCHASING REIMBURSEMENT AND HOSPITAL QUALITY RANKING
M Nguyen MD, MPH, S Moffatt-Bruce MD, PhD, MBA, T Latimer RN, MS, A VanBuren MPH, I Gonsenhauser MD, MBA, D Eiferman MD, MBA
The Ohio State University
Presenter: Michelle Nguyen MD, MPH
Invited Discussant: Maggie Brandt MD, MHSA, St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor
Society: CSA

8:00am - 8:15am
33. MANAGEMENT OF PEDIATRIC OVARIAN TORSION: EVIDENCE OF FOLLICULAR DEVELOPMENT AFTER OVARIAN PRESERVATION
SK Walker MD, DR Lal MD, KP Boyd DO, TT Sato MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Presenter: Sarah Walker MD
Invited Discussant: Suresh Agarwal MD, University of Wisconsin
Society: CSA

8:15am - 8:30am
34. IMPACT OF THE AGING POPULATION AND CANCER INCIDENCE ON FUTURE GENERAL SURGICAL WORKFORCE PROJECTIONS
E. Christopher Ellison MD , Timothy M. Pawlik MD, Bhagwan Satiani, MD , David P. Way MEd, Thomas E. Williams Jr MD
The Ohio State University
Presenter: E Christopher Ellison MD
Invited Discussant: Jan Rakinic MD, Southern Illinois University
Society: CSA

8:30am - 8:45am
35. DEVELOPING A ROBUST SUTURING ASSESSMENT: VALIDITY EVIDENCE FOR THE INTRACORPOREAL SUTURING ASSESSMENT TOOL (ISAT)
NE Anton MS, JM Sawyer BA, JR Korndorffer Jr MD, MPHE, C DuCoin MD, G McRary BS, LR Timsina PhD, D Stefanidis MD, PhD
Indiana University School of Medicine
Presenter: Nicholas Anton MS
Invited Discussant: John Mellinger MD, Southern Illinois University
Society: CSA

8:45am - 9:00am
36. BENEFIT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON PATIENT ENGAGEMENT AND SATISFACTION: RESULTS OF A 6-MONTH PILOT STUDY USING FACEBOOK
VK Dhar, Y Kim, AD Jung, SA Shah
University of Cincinnati
Presenter: Vikrom Dhar MD
Invited Discussant: Anees Chagpar MD, MSc, MPH, MA, MBA, Yale University
Society: CSA

9:00am - 9:15am
37. DECREASING LENGTH OF STAY IN BARIATRIC SURGERY: THE POWER OF SUGGESTION
James A Madura MD Ryan W Day MD Kristi Harold MD Judy Tiede MSN Tonya Benjamin CNP
Mayo Clinic in Arizona
Presenter: William Sheaffer MD
Invited Discussant: J. Stephen Marshall MD, Peoria Surgical
Society: MSA

9:15am - 9:30am
38. WHAT MATTERS AFTER SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY: PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS OR SURGICAL TECHNIQUE?
VK Dhar MD, DJ Hanseman PhD, BM Watkins MD, IM Paquette MD, SA Shah MD, JR Thompson MD
University of Cincinnati
Presenter: Vikrom Dhar MD
Invited Discussant: Peter Hallowell MD, University of Virginia
Society: CSA

Thomas Ricketts "How to Build a Great Team"

09:30 AM 10:15 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Speakers

Morning Beverage Break, Exhibits & ePoster Viewing

10:15 AM 10:30 AM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Scientific Session 3

10:30 AM 11:30 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Moderators: Fred Luchette MD, MSc; William Cirocco MD

10:30am - 10:45am
39. OUTCOMES IN COMPLEX VENTRAL HERNIA REPAIR WITH COMPONENT SEPARATION IN CLASS III OBESITY PATIENTS
R Jacobson MD, M Thaqi MD, KW Millikan MD
Rush University Medical Center
Presenter: Jill Smolevitz MD
Invited Discussant: Saad Shebrain MD, MMM, Western Michigan University
Society: MSA

10:45am - 11:00am
40. ROBOTIC AND HYBRID ROBOTIC TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS RELEASE MAY BE PERFORMED WITH LOW LENGTH OF STAY AND WOUND MORBIDITY
A Iacco MD, R Janczyk MD, A Vasyluk MD
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI USA
Presenter: Andrew Vasyluk MD
Invited Discussant: Amber Traugott MD, The Ohio State University
Society: MSA

11:00am - 11:15am
41. EFFICACY OF PRIMARY DEFECT CLOSURE IN MESH REINFORCED LAPAROSCOPIC VENTRAL HERNIA REPAIR
F DeAsis BS, M Leong BS, M Gitelis BS, K Kuchta MS, Z Butt PhD, J G Linn MD, S P Haggerty MD, W Denham MD, M Ujiki MD
NorthShore University HealthSystem
Presenter: Tyler Hall B.A.
Invited Discussant: Roland Vega MD, University of Wisconsin
Society: CSA

11:15am - 11:30am
42. PREOPERATIVE PAIN PREDICTS INGUINAL HERNIA LONG-TERM QUALITY OF LIFE
NJ Mier BS, MC Helm BS, AS Kastenmeier MD, JC Gould MD, MI Goldblatt MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Presenter: Neil Mier BS
Invited Discussant: Jose Velasco MD, Rush University
Society: CSA

CSA Presidential Address "The Anatomy of Change"

11:30 AM 12:15 PM Grand Ballroom AB

Speakers

CSA Business Meeting, CSAF Awards

12:15 PM 01:15 PM Grand Ballroom AB

MSA ePoster Presentations

12:15 PM 01:15 PM Promenade Ballroom ABC

Moderator: Jonathan Saxe, MD

12:15pm - 1:15pm

P2. ARE WE STAYING CLASSY? AN EFFORT TO IMPROVE THE ACCURACY OF DOCUMENTED SURGICAL WOUND CLASSIFICATIONS
RE CHUPP MD, E EDHAYAN MD
St John Hospital and Medical Center
Presenter: Tianli Du M.D.

P3. A NEW OPTION TO OVERCOME DIAPHRAGM ATROPHY WHEN ON MECHANICAL VENTILATION: COMPLETED FDA FEASIBILITY TRIAL OF SURGICALLY PLACED TEMPORARY DIAPHRAGM PACING ELECTRODES
R Onders MD, A Markowitz MD, J Hardacre MD, A Prabhu MD, Y Novitsky MD, H Nearman MD, M Elmo ACNP
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Presenter: Raymond Onders MD

P4. CANCER HISTORY: A PREDICTOR OF IPMN SUBTYPE AND DYSPLASTIC STATUS
RA Carr MD, BA Kiel BS, AM Roch MD, RE Simpson MD, EP Ceppa MD, MG House MD, NJ Zyromski MD, A Nakeeb MD, CM Schmidt MD PhD MBA
Indiana University School of Medicine
Presenter: Rosalie Carr MD

P5. EVOLVING TREATMENT OF NECROTIZING PANCREATITIS
AM Roch MD MS, RA Carr MD, MG House MD, A Nakeeb MD, EP Ceppa MD, CM Schmidt MD PhD MBA, JJ Easler MD, NJ Zyromski MD
Indiana University School of Medicine
Presenter: Alexandra Roch MD, MS

P6. WHAT TO CONSIDER IN DECIDING WHETHER TO ATTEMPT A SENTINEL LYMPH NODE BIOPSY ON BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WHO HAD BIOPSY PROVEN AXILLARY METASTASIS PRIOR TO UNDERGOING NEOADJUVANT TREATMENT
T Qu MD, A Rugino, AN Cobb MD, S Peters MD, CB Perez MD, CV Godellas MD, FT Vaince MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Linda Qu MD

P7. THE IMPACT OF SOCIOECONOMICS ON IN-HOSPITAL TRAUMA MORTALITY IN THE DETROIT METROPOLITAN AREA
JA Loberg MD, RD Hayward PhD, M Fessler BA, E Edhayan MD
St John Hospital and Medical Center
Presenter: Jacey Loberg MD

P8. ELEVATED GALLBLADDER EJECTION FRACTION: DOES THE "HYPER-DYNAMIC GALLBLADDER" EXIST?
G Gooding MD, J Wilkerson MD, G Roberts MD, K Harris MD, D Kaderabek MD, M Edwards MD, T Glass MD, T Tigges MD, J Isch MD, J Meyer MD, J Saxe MD
St. Vincent Hospital
Presenter: Gerirose Gooding MD

P10. POST-TRAUMATIC INFECTIONS: THE EFFECT OF MAJOR ABDOMINAL VASCULAR INJURY
JG Tyburski, J Ciullo, HS Dolman, L Hall Zimmerman, NM Sykes, AE Baylor, TT Lavery, RF Wilson
Wayne State University - Detroit Receiving Hospital
Presenter: James Tyburksi MD

P11. MINIMALLY INVASIVE TRANSHIATAL ESOPHAGECTOMY: FAVORABLE OUTCOMES IN A COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SETTING
J Burns MD, AW Tsang MD, MC Engoren MD, RE Redfern PhD, JJ Sferra MD
ProMedica Toledo Hospital
Presenter: Jessica Burns MD

P12. THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT! IS THERE A ROLE FOR SMARTPHONE APPLICATIONS IN LEARNING SURGICAL SKILLS?
BR Veenstra MD, J Smolevitz MD, JM Velasco MD
Rush University Medical Center
Presenter: Jill Smolevitz MD

P13. MANDATORY DELAY BEFORE BARIATRIC SURGERY IS A BARRIER TO CARE AND LEADS TO SUBOPTIMAL WEIGHT LOSS
MD Watson BS, JH Mehaffey MD, BJ Goudreau MD, FE Turrentine PhD RN, BD Schirmer MD, PT Hallowell MD
University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Presenter: Michael Watson MD

P14. UNPLANNED REMOVAL OF INVASIVE DEVICES IN TRAUMA PATIENTS: IDENTIFYING RISK FACTORS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR PREVENTION
RJ Markert PhD, AP Ekeh MD, MC McCarthy MD
Wright State University
Presenter:Marisa Smith

P15. INTRACORPOREAL ROBOTIC HAND-SEWN ANASTOMOSIS VS STAPLED ANASTOMOSIS IN COLORECTAL SURGERY - EARLY EXPERIENCE AND OUTCOMES IN A COMMUNITY-BASED MODERATE VOLUME GENERAL SURGERY PRACTICE
W Mata MD, K Harris MD, G Arevalo MD, T Glass MD, K Singh MD, J Saxe MD
St. Vincent Hospital
Presenter: Wilmer Mata MD

P16. ROBOTIC COLORECTAL SURGERY – EARLY EXPERIENCE AND OUTCOMES IN A COMMUNITY-BASED MODERATE VOLUME GENERAL SURGERY PRACTICE
K Harris MD, W Mata MD, G Ong MD, G Arevalo MD, T Glass MD, J Saxe MD
St. Vincent Hospital
Presenter: Kathryn Harris MD

P17. FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPIC ZENKER'S DIVERTICULOTOMY IN THE HANDS OF A GENERAL SURGEON
GM Zambito MD, AL Banks-Venegoni MD
Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners
Presenter: Giuseppe Zambito MD

P18. PREDICTING DEATH IN NECROTIZING FASCITIS
AN Cobb MD; M Cheung BS , SA Brownlee BA, PC Kuo, MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Matthew Cheung BS

P20. CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY (CRS) WITH HYPERTHERMIC INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY (HIPEC): A SINGLE INSTITUTION EXPERIENCE
J Ford MD, J Morreale MD, J Chores CCP A Boston ANP-BC, K Hagglund MS, K Coughlin MD, M Desgrandchamps, CRNA, R Berri MD
St John Hospital and Medical Center
Presenter: Jennifer Ford MD

P21. ESTABLISHING AN HPB PROGRAM IN A UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED COMMUNITY HOSPITAL: APPRAISAL ON SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES AND IMPACT ON SURGICAL EDUCATION.
S Lu DO, R Khatri MD, B Tanner MD, S Shebrain MD, G Munene MD
Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine
Presenter: Steven Lu DO, MPH

P22. A NOVEL ENDOSCOPIC GRADING SYSTEM FOR PREDICTION OF DISEASE RELATED OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH DIVERTICULOSIS
M Dean, MD J Church, MD M Valente, DO K Ritter, MD J Valentino, MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Meara Dean MD MPH

P23. WHAT ARE PREDICTORS THAT CAN HELP IDENITFY SAFE REMOVAL OF DRAINS FOLLOWING PANCREATICODUODENECTOMY?
E Eguia MD, AE Hwalek MD, GV Aranha MD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Emanuel Eguia MD, MHA

P24. THE ANATOMY OF TRANSANAL MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY: TIME FOR A NEW ANGLE??
M Dean MD J Church MD M Valente DO
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Meara Dean MD MPH

P25. CLINICAL TRENDS AND EFFECTS ON QUALITY METRICS FOR SURGICAL GASTROESOPHAGEAL CANCER CARE WITHIN A SURGICAL ONCOLOGY PRACTICE
RE Schwarz MD
Indiana University School of Medicine
Presenter: Roderich Schwarz MD

Lunch on Own

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

Optional Activity: Architectural Boat Cruise (Pre Registration Required)

02:00 PM 04:00 PM Chicago's First Lady, pre-purchased tickets required

Nonie Lowry Memorial Reception and Dinner Dance

07:30 PM 10:00 PM Grand Ballroom

Registration Open

07:00 AM 01:00 PM Grand Court

Continental Breakfast for Physicians & Spouses

07:00 AM 09:00 AM Grand Court

Parallel Scientific Sessions 4A

07:30 AM 09:15 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Moderators: Timothy Pritts MD, PhD; James Ouellette DO

7:30am - 7:45am

43. LIVER TRANSPLANT OFFERS A SURVIVAL BENEFIT OVER MARGIN NEGATIVE RESECTION IN PATIENTS WITH SMALL UNIFOCAL HCC AND PRESERVED LIVER FUNCTION
AJ Benjamin MD, NR Suss BS, TB Baker MD, AS Bodzin MD, AB Schneider MD, KK Roggin MD, DJ Bentrem MD, MS Talamonti MD, MS Baker MD
NorthShore University HealthSystem
Presenter: Andrew Benjamin MD
Invited Discussant: Joseph Buell MD, MBA, Tulane University
Society: CSA

7:45am - 8:00am
44. EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF YTRRIUM-90 IN THE TREATMENT OF INTRAHEPATIC CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA
TM Shaker MD, C Chung, MK Varma MD, MG Doherty MD, AM Wolf MD, MH Chung MD, MM Assifi MD
Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners
Presenter: Tamer Shaker MD
Invited Discussant: Mike Jacobs MD, Clinical Professor of Surgery, Ascension St John Providence- Michigan State University CHM
Society: MSA

8:00am - 8:15am
45. SPORADIC ZOLLINGER ELLISON SYNDROME - A FIVE DECADE PROSPECTIVE STUDY:TUMOR LOCATION PREDICTS DIFFERENT BIOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR FOR DUODENAL WALL GASTRINOMA VS. PANCREATIC GASTRINOMA
SD Wilson MD, KK Christians MD, EJ Quebbeman MD, SG Pappas MD, TC Clark MD, DB Evans MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Presenter: Stuart Wilson MD
Invited Discussant: Herb Chen MD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Society: CSA

8:15am - 8:30am
46. MINIMALLY INVASIVE PANCREATICODUODENECTOMY: IS THE INCIDENCE OF POSTOPERATIVE CLINICALLY RELEVENT FISTULA COMPARABLE TO THAT FOLLOWING OPEN PANCREATICODUODENECTOMY?
O Kantor MD MS, MS Talamonti MD, KK Roggin MD, D Bentrem MD, RA Prinz MD, MS Baker MD MBA
University of Chicago
Presenter: Olga Kantor MD, MS
Invited Discussant: Margo Shoup MD, Northwestern Medicine
Society: CSA

8:30am - 8:45am
47. THE DIAGNOSIS AND STAGING OF PANCREATIC CANCER: A COMPARISON OF ENDOSCOPIC ULTRASOUND AND COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY WITH PANCREAS PROTOCOL.
T Du MD, K Bill MS, J Ford MD, M BARAWI MD, RN Berri MD
St John Hospital and Medical Center
Presenter: Tianli Du MD
Invited Discussant: Jeffrey Wayne MD, Northwestern Medicine
Society: MSA

8:45am - 9:00am
48. TAILORED SURGICAL TREATMENT OF DUODENAL POLYPOSIS IN FAMILIAL ADENOMATOUS POLYPOSIS SYNDROME.
T Augustin MD MPH, M Moslim MD, A Tang MD, RM Walsh MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Toms Augustin MD,MPH
Invited Discussant: Scott Strong MD, Northwestern Medicine
Society: CSA

9:00am - 9:15am
49. PANCREATIC CYST FLUID GLUCOSE: RAPID, INEXPENSIVE, AND ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS OF MUCINOUS PANCREATIC CYSTS
MT Yip-Schneider PhD, S Dolejs MD, H Wu BS, RE Simpson MD, EP Ceppa MD, W Park MD, CM Schmidt MD PhD MBA
Indiana University School of Medicine
Presenter: Rosalie Carr MD
Invited Discussant: Juan Sanabria MD, MSc, Case & Marshall University
Society: CSA

Parallel Scientific Sessions 4B

07:30 AM 09:15 AM Grand Ballroom C

Moderators: Peter Angelos MD, PhD; David Farley MD

7:30am - 7:45am

50. UTILITY OF SEQUENTIAL ORGAN FAILURE ASSESSMENT SCORE IN PREDICTING BACTEREMIA IN CRITICALLY ILL BURN PATIENTS
HA Ladhani MD, N Sajankila BS, BM Zosa MD, JC He MD, CJ Yowler MD, JA Claridge MD, AK Khandelwal MD
MetroHealth Medical Center
Presenter: Husayn Ladhani MD
Invited Discussant: A. Peter Ekeh MD, MPH, Wright State University
Society: MSA

7:45am - 8:00am
51. COMMERCIAL QUALITY “AWARDS” ARE NOT A SURROGATE FOR IMPROVED PATIENT OUTCOMES
AN Cobb MD, TR Erickson BS, AN Kothari MD, SA Brownlee BS, W Yao BS, H Choi BS, V Greenberg BS, J Mboya BS, M Voss BS, DS Raicu PhD, PC Kuo MD, R Settimi-Woods PhD
Loyola University Medical Center
Presenter: Adrienne Cobb MD
Invited Discussant: Donald Fry MD, MPA Healthcare Solutions
Society: CSA

8:00am - 8:15am
52. RISK-ADJUSTED HOSPITAL OUTCOMES IN MEDICARE CAROTID ARTERY SURGERY
DE Fry MD, SM Nedza, MD, M Pine MD, AM Reband BS, C-J Huang PhD, G Pine BA
MPA Healthcare Solutions
Presenter: Donald Fry MD
Invited Discussant: James DeBord MD, University of Illinois at Peoria
Society: CSA

8:15am - 8:30am
53. RACIAL AND REGIONAL DISPARITY IN LIVER TRANSPLANT ALLOCATION
D Monlezum PhD MPH, M Darden PhD, P Friedlander MD, L Balart MD, Parker G, JF Buell MD MBA
Tulane University
Presenter: Joseph Buell MD,MBA
Invited Discussant: Paul Kuo MD, Loyola University Medical Center
Society: CSA

8:30am - 8:45am
54. POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS IN DELAYED APPENDECTOMY
K Seudeal MD, H Hasnain MD, S Shebrain MD MMM
Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine
Presenter: Hira Abidi MD
Invited Discussant:
Society: MSA

8:45am - 9:00am
55. THE BUNDLE: NOT THE ENTIRE ANSWER TO MITIGATION OF SURGICAL SITE INFECTIONS
DJ Hess Jr MD PhD MBA, M Skube MD, C Statz MPH PHN RN, M Hanlon MA APRN, DA Saltzman MD PhD and University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital Surgical Site Infection Reduction Task Force
University of Minnesota
Presenter: Donavon Hess MD PhD
Invited Discussant: Donald Fry MD, MPA Healthcare Solutions
Society: CSA

9:00am - 9:15am
56. COST VARIATION AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR COST REDUCTION FOR LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
KL Grimes MD, C Scott MBA, CR McHenry MD
MetroHealth Medical Center
Presenter: Kevin Grimes MD
Invited Discussant: Anthony Senagore MD, MS, MBA, UTMB at Galveston
Society: CSA

Refreshment Break

09:15 AM 09:30 AM Grand Court

Scientific Session 5

09:30 AM 10:30 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Moderators: Christopher McHenry MD; Steven De Jong MD

9:30am - 9:45am

57. COMPARING SURGICAL TECHNIQUE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF MARGINAL ULCER SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING LAPAROSCOPIC GASTRIC BYPASS.
D Podolsky MD, G Basishvili BA, A Novikova MD, D Kenawy BSE, E Surgan BA, E Moran Atkin MD, J Choi MD, WS Melvin MD, D Camacho MD
Montefiore Medical Center
Presenter: Dina Podolsky MD
Invited Discussant: Guilherme Campos MD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Society: CSA

9:45am - 10:00am
58. HELLER MYOTOMY FOR ACHALASIA AND EPIPHRENIC DIVERTICULA, A SINGLE INSTITUTION EXPERIENCE AND APPRAISAL OF PATIENTS CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES
JD McDonald MD, JE Richter MD, V Velanovich MD
University of South Florida
Presenter: James McDonald MD
Invited Discussant: David Scheeres MD, Michigan State University/College of Human Medicine; Spectrum Health Medical Group
Society: CSA

10:00am - 10:15am
59. EFFECT OF INTRA-OPERATIVE SINGLE DOSE OF DEXAMETHASONE FOR CONTROL OF POST-OPERATIVE NAUSEA ON MANAGEMENT OF BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS IN DIABETIC PATIENTS
T Wasfie MD, A Tabatabai DO, T Knisely MPH, R Yapchai RN MS, L Hollern NP, K Barber PhD, R Hedni MD, B Shapiro MD
Genesys Regional Medical Center
Presenter: Anthony Tabatabai DO
Invited Discussant: Heather Dolman MD, Wayne State University
Society: MSA

10:15am - 10:30am
60. DRG MIGRATION: A NOVEL MEASURE OF INEFFICIENT SURGICAL CARE IN A VALUE BASED WORLD
HB Mehta PhD
Universtiy of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Presenter: Anthony Senagore MD, MS, MBA
Invited Discussant: Tom Stellato MD, MBA, Cleveland VA Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Society: MSA

MSA Presidential Address "Building a Successful Cancer Program-My Community Experience"

10:30 AM 11:15 AM Grand Ballroom AB

Speakers

Refreshment Break

11:15 AM 11:30 AM Grand Court

Parallel Scientific Sessions 6A

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Grand Ballroom AB

Moderators: Tina W.F. Yen MD, MS; Amber Traugott MD

11:30am - 11:45am
61. EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS PLANE BLOCK VERSUS THORACIC EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING MAJOR ABDOMINAL ONCOLOGIC RESECTIONS: A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
TM Shaker MD, JT Carroll MD, MH Chung MD
Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners
Presenter: Tamer Shaker MD
Invited Discussant: Jeff Johnson MD, Henry Ford Hospital
Society: MSA

11:45am - 12:00pm
62. LAPAROSCOPIC-GUIDED ABDOMINAL WALL NERVE BLOCKS IN THE PEDIATRIC POPULATION: A NOVEL TECHNIQUE WITH COMPARISON TO ULTRASOUND-GUIDED BLOCKS AND LOCAL WOUND INFILTRATION ALONE
A Landmann MD, M Visoiu MD, MM Malek MD
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Presenter: Alessandra Landmann MD
Invited Discussant:
Society: CSA

12:00pm - 12:15pm
63. DO PSOAS MUSCLE AREA AND VOLUME CORRELATE WITH POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RECTAL CANCER RESECTION?
AL Womer BS, JT Brady MD, K Kalisz MD, ND Patel BS, RM Paspulati MD, HL Reynolds MD, TM Pawlik MD, SR Steele MD
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Presenter: Aaron Womer Medical Student
Invited Discussant: Donald Fry MD, MPA Healthcare Solutions
Society: MSA

12:15pm - 12:30pm
64. PROTHROMBIN COMPLEX CONCENTRATE TO CORRECT HEMORRHAGE-INDUCED COAGULOPATHY IN ACUTE CARE SURGERY
AC Ruf BS, JB Hadley BS, JM Shellenberger MD, JC Hedgcorth PharmD, SL Barnes MD, JA Quick MD
University of Missouri
Presenter: Ashly Ruf MD
Invited Discussant: Ashraf Mansour MD, Michigan State University
Society: CSA

12:30pm - 12:40pm
QS1. AGE AND LOCATION OF RIB FRACTURES NEED TO BE EVALUATED WHEN RISK STRATIFYING PATIENTS
KL Haines DO, T Zens MD, M Beems MD, D Edwarda BS, C Warner-Hillard MPH, HS Jung MD, S Agarwal MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Presenter: Krista Haines DO

12:40pm - 12:50pm
QS2. RESULTS OF OPEN ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANUERYSM REPAIR IN PATIENTS NOT SUITABLE FOR ENDOVASCULAR REPAIR.
SS Hans MD
Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
Presenter: Sachinder Hans MD

12:50pm - 1:00pm
QS3. DIAPHRAGM PACING AS SUCCESSFUL SALVAGE THERAPY IN FAILURE TO WEAN PATIENTS: IMPROVING DIAPHRAGM MUSCLE STRENGTH
R Onders MD, M Elmo, C Kaplan, H Nearman, R. Schilz
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Presenter: Raymond Onders MD

Parallel Scientific Sessions 6B

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Grand Ballroom C

Moderators: Stephen Barnes MD; Nicholas Zyromski MD

11:30am - 11:45am
65. NEOADJUVANT SYSTEMIC THERAPY IN INVASIVE LOBULAR BREAST CANCER: IS IT INDICATED?
K Tsung BA, SR Grobmyer MD, C Tu MS, J Abraham MD, T Budd MD, SA Valente MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Presenter: Karen Tsung BA
Invited Discussant: Stephen Sener MD, University of Southern California
Society: MSA

11:45am - 12:00pm
66. INHIBITION OF IL-10 IN TUMOR MICROENVIRONMENT CAN RESTORE MESOTHELIN CHIMERIC ANTIGEN RECEPTOR (CAR) T-CELL ACTIVITY IN PANCREATIC CANCER
RB Batchu PhD, OV Gruzdyn BS, EM Mahmud BS, F Chukr BS, R Dachepalli MS, SK Manmari MD, G Mostafa MD, DW Weaver MD, SA Gruber MD PhD MBA
Wayne State University
Presenter: Oksana Gruzdyn BS
Invited Discussant: Joshua Mammen MD, PhD, University of Kansas
Society: CSA

12:00pm - 12:15pm
67. PERIOPERATIVE HEMODYNAMIC EVALUATION USING FOCUSED ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY: A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT STUDY
Paul B. McBeth MD, Leonard Mason MD, Louis Magnotti MD, Martin Croce MD, Timothy C. Fabian MD
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Presenter: Paul McBeth MD
Invited Discussant:
Society: CSA

12:15pm - 12:30pm
68. SUCCESSFUL PARATHYROIDECTOMY GUIDED BY INTRAOPERATIVE PARATHORMONE MONITORING FOR PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IS PRESERVED IN MILD AND MODERATE RENAL INSUFFICIENCY
R Teo BS, W Ouyang BS, AM Franco BS, SE Bressler BS, AR Marcadis MD, ET Amdemichael MD, JC Farrá MD, JI Lew MD
University of Miami
Presenter: Andrea Marcadis M.D.
Invited Discussant: Christopher McHenry, MD
Society: CSA

12:30pm - 12:40pm
QS4. OUTCOMES OF SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF ATHLETIC PUBALGIA: A SIXTEEN-YEAR, INDIVIDUALIZED SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE
WH Tan MD, S Feaman MA, CCRP, T Maxim BS, LG Kahan BS, JM McAllister MD, M Quasebarth RN, LM Brunt MD
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
Presenter: Wen Hui Tan MD

12:40pm - 12:50pm
QS5. SESTAMIBI SPECT/CT VERSUS SPECT ONLY FOR PREOPERATIVE LOCALIZATION IN PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM: A SINGLE INSTITUTION 8 YEAR ANALYSIS
AG Ghodadra, TG Hiremath, A Albarano, JM Joyce, L Yip, SE Carty, A Muthukrishnan, KL McCoy
University of Pittsburgh
Presenter: Kelly McCoy MD

12:50pm - 1:00pm
QS6. WIDE VARIATION IN COST OF SURGICAL CARE BY PROVIDERS FOR PARATHYROIDECTOMY: IS THERE A NEED FOR STANDARDIZATION OF PRACTICE?
S Jang BSA, CJ Balentine MD, Z Aburjania MD, H Chen MD
University of Alabama-Birmingham
Presenter: Samuel Jang BSA

MSA Business Meeting

01:00 PM 02:00 PM Grand Ballroom AB

Meeting Concludes

02:00 PM 02:01 PM