Superando los Desafíos: Avances en la Atención de Trauma Severo y Emergencias
Fechas19 y 20 de enero 2024 - Teatro Shakespeare
Conferencias internacionales y paneles de trabajo para la actualización en atención de trauma severo y emergencias
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Lugar: Teatro Shakespeare en Paseo San Francisco
|Overcoming the Challenges: Advances in Severe Trauma and Emergency Care||Superando los Desafíos: Avances en la Atención de Trauma Severo y Emergencias|
|Time/Hora||Day 1 Agenda||Agenda Día 1||Speaker/Ponente|
|8:00 to 8:20||Welcome & Introduction||Bienvenida y Presentación||Henry Vasconez, MD & Gene Coppa, MD|
|Panel 1 - Program Development||Panel 1 - Desarrollo del Programa|
|8:40 to 9:00||Violence in Ecuador, Why We Need to be Prepared||Violencia en Ecuador, Porqué Necesitamos Prepararnos||Marlon Oviedo, MD|
|8:20 to 8:40||History of Trauma Management||Historia del Manejo de Trauma||Gene Coppa, MD|
|9:00 to 9:20||Building a Trauma Team||Construyendo un Equipo de Trauma||Jose Prince, MD|
|9:20 to 9:50||Break||Receso|
|Panel 2 - Quality Review Programs||Panel 2 - Programas de Control de la Calidad|
|9:50 to 10:10||Trauma Team Concepts in Low Resource Setting||Equipo de Trauma Conceptos en Escenarios de Escasos Recursos||Nathan Christopherson, DNP|
|10:10 to 10:30||Closed Loop Communication||Comunicación en circuito cerrado||Jose Prince, MD|
|10:300 to 10:50||Trauma Simulation||Simulación de Trauma||Luis Llerena, MD|
|10:50 to 11:10||Panel 1 & 2 Q/A||Panel 1 y 2 P/R||Henry, Gene|
|11:10 to 12:10||Lessons Learned from Military Deployment||Lecciones aprendidas del despliegue militar||Online Captain Joseph G Kotora, MD, USN|
|12:10 to 1:00||Lunch||Almuerzo|
|Panel 3 - Advances in Trauma Management||Panel 3 - Avances en el Manejo de Trauma|
|1:00 to 1:20||What's old is new and What's new is old (TXA, REBOA, etc)||Lo viejo es nuevo y lo nuevo es viejo (TXA, REBOA, etc)||Laura Hansen, MD|
|1:20 to 1:40||Trauma Airway Management - New Advances||Manejo de Vía Aérea en Traumatismos - Nuevos Avances||Joe Marino, MD|
|1:40 to 2:00||Evolving use of Laparoscopic Surgery in Trauma||Evolución del uso de la Cirugía Laparoscópica en Traumatología||Gai Sugiyama, MD|
|2:00 to 2:30||Break||Receso|
|Panel 4||Panel 4|
|2:30 to 2:50||Brain Trauma Management during Hemorrhagic Shock||Manejo de Trauma Cerebral durante Shock Hemorrágico||Manuel Jibaja, MD|
|2:50 to 3:10||Pediatric Trauma Stabilization and Resuscitation||Estabilización y Reanimación en Trauma Pediátrico||Jose Prince, MD|
|3:10 to 3:30||ER to OR, When is Patient Transfer Safe||De urgencias a quirófano, ¿cuándo es seguro el traslado del paciente?||Joe Marino, MD|
|3:30 to 3:50||Panel 3 & 4 Q/A||Panel 3 y 4 P/R||Henry, Gene|
|3:50 to 4:00||Closing||Cierre||Gene Coppa, MD|
|Day 2 Agenda||Agenda Día 2|
|8:00 to 8:20||Welcome & Introduction||Bienvenida y Presentación||Henry Vasconez Torres, MD|
|Panel 1 -||Panel 1 -|
|8:20 to 8:40||Resequencing of ABCDE||Resecuenciación de ABCDE||Doug Isaacs, MD FDNY Medical Director|
|8:40 to 9:00||Role of Fast Ultrasound||El papel de los Ultrasonidos Rápidos||Agusto Maldonado, MD|
|9:00 to 9:20||Vacuum Closure of Surgical Wounds||Cierre al Vacío de Heridas Quirúrgicas||Laura Hansen, MD|
|9:20 to 9:50||Break||Receso|
|Panel 2 -||Panel 2 -|
|09:50 to 10:10||Management of Life Threatening Facial Fractures||Manejo de Fracturas Faciales Potencialmente Mortales||Henry Vasconez Torres, MD|
|10:10 to 10:30||Blood Product||Hemocomponentes||Marco Herdoiza|
|10:30 to 10:50||Field Resuscitation Advances||Avances en Reanimación sobre el terreno (en campo)||Doug Isaacs, MD FDNY Medical Director|
|10:50 to 11:20||Break||Receso|
|Panel 3 -||Panel 3 -|
|11:20 to 11:40||Trauma Video Review||Revisión de Video de Trauma||Jose Prince, MD|
|11:40 to 12:00||Disaster Management||Gestión de Desastres||Doug Isaacs, MD FDNY Medical Director|
|12:00 to 12:20||Challenges in Providing ATLS - Ecuador||Desafíos en la provisión de ATLS - Ecuador||Fernando Torres|
|12:20 to 12:40||Challenges in Trauma Management in Quito||Desafíos en el Manejo de Trauma en Quito||Ivan Cevallos, MD|
|12:40 to 1:10||Panel 1, 2 & 3 Q/A||Panel 1, 2 & 3 P/R||Rafael Barrera|
|1:10 to 1:30||Closing||Cierre||Henry Vasconez Torres, MD|
Henry C. Vasconez, MD, FACS, MBA
Doctor Henry Vásconez es el Decano de la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad San Francisco de Quito y es también profesor titular. Luego de graduarse de medicina y cirugía de la Universidad Central de Quito con honores hizo un año rural en Tena Ecuador y en las islas Galápagos. Después viajo a Estados Unidos para hacer su residencia en cirugía general en la Universidad de Illinois y el hospital de Cook County en Chicago. Pasó después a realizar su especialización en cirugía plástica en Emory University en Atlanta, Georgia. Luego hizo un Fellowship en cirugía Cráneo-facial y Cirugia Plastica Pediátrica en la Universidad de Texas Southwestern, en Dallas y en el Instituto Internacional Craneofacial también en Dallas. Luego pasó más de 30 años en la Universidad de Kentucky llegando al puesto Jefe del servicio de Cirugia Plastica y el primer designado al Endowed Chair en Cirugia Plastica en la Universidad de Kentucky. Tiene más de 100 artículos, peer-reviewed, en revistas selectas; ha hecho investigación en varias áreas incluyendo: hueso y metabolismo mineral, cáncer de mama, criopreservación, y reconstrucción de mama.
Ha sido Presidente de la Asociación Americana de Cirujanos Maxilofaciales (ASMS). Es la organización americana más antigua y prestigiosa de cirujanos cráneo-maxilofaciales. Sus áreas de interés en la práctica son las anomalías congénitas y la cirugía cráneo-facial.
Gene F. Coppa MD
John D Mountain MD, Professor and Chair of Surgery
Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell
Chair of Surgery, North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Executive Director of the Surgical Service Line, Northwell Health
Senior Vice President, Surgical Services, Northwell Health
A Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Coppa received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine and completed his residency at New York University/Bellevue Medical Center Department of Surgery. He has held senior academic positions at New York University, State University of New York, Downstate, and Albert Einstein College of Medicine prior to his present position. While at New York University, Dr. Coppa held several positions including a tenured academic position. He was the Director of Surgery at Bellevue Hospital Medical Center. He was appointed vice president for surgical services and Chair of Surgery at Staten Island University Hospital in 1998. He also was SIUH’s program director of both the general surgery residency training program as well as the minimally invasive surgery fellowship.
In his roles at Northwell, he is responsible for strategic planning for surgical services, including the Northwell Heath Physician Partners practice, and facilitating quality improvements in surgical disciplines across the health system, including the four surgical residency programs in the healthsystem. In addition, he directly leads the Department of Surgery at North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Since 2008, he has been the Medical School Chair of Surgery in addition to leading the Northwell Health Surgical Service Line.
Dr. Coppa is a member of numerous professional societies and has served as President and Board Member of the American College of Surgery-Brooklyn Long Island Chapter, The New York Surgical Society, and the Brooklyn Surgical Society. He serves on the Board of Governors of the American College of Surgeons.
Dr. Coppa’s areas of surgical expertise include hepatic and biliary tract, pancreatic, colorectal, trauma and bariatric surgery. His academic interests have led to over 125 peer-reviewed publications and 10 books and book chapters in the area of gastrointestinal surgery. Dr. Coppa has lectured nationally and internationally. He has been listed in American’s Top Surgeons, New York Metro Top Doctors, New York Best Doctors, Long Island Best Doctors and New York Top 100 Minimally Invasive Surgeons.
Nathan Christopherson is an Assistant Professor at the Hofstra School of Medicine and the Vice President for the Northwell Health Surgical Service Line overseeing system wide surgical operations, quality improvement, research, education, and community outreach. He received his BA in nursing from Augustana University and completed both his MSN (emphasis in nursing leadership) and MBA from Grand Canyon University where he was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International. Nathan completed his Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) at the Yale School of Nursing where he was inducted into Sigma Alpha Pi. Nathan serves on multiple national committees for research and evidence-based guideline development and is a peer reviewer for the Journal of Trauma Nursing. Prior to nursing Nathan was a NREMT–Paramedic and a licensed National Ski Patroller.
In addition to his civilian experience Nathan served 14 years in the United States Military as a Combat Videographer, Combat Medic, and Trauma RN ending his career as a First Lieutenant in the US Army Reserve. During his 14 years Nathan deployed to Saudi Arabia in 2001 as part of Operation Southern Watch and to Iraq in 2003-2004 as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Dr. Laura Hansen
Dr. Hansen is an Acute Care Surgeon at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York City, New York. She completed residency in General Surgery at Northwell Health in New York in 2019. She went on to complete a fellowship in Surgical Critical Care at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts in 2020, and a second fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York in 2021.
Jose M. Prince, MD
Brief Bio- 2023
Jose M. Prince, MD, FACS, FAAP is the VP of Pediatric Surgical Services of Northwell Health and the Surgeon in Chief of Cohen Children’s Medical Center. He is a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics and Vice Chair of Surgery at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.
A native of Queens, NY, Dr. Prince is invited internationally to speak about trauma, surgery, and children’s healthcare. A graduate of Yale University School of Medicine, he completed his pediatric and general surgery training at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
As the founding director of the Laboratory of Pediatric Injury and Inflammation in the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, he has pursued pediatric trauma and injury prevention research for over 20 years. In his role as executive sponsor for the Northwell Center for Gun Violence Prevention, he supports NIH and state-funded research, violence interruption programs, and educational efforts focused on firearm injury and mortality prevention.
Dr. Prince and his team’s work has recently been featured on Netflix in the docuseries entitled “Emergency NYC” which highlights their efforts on behalf of children. He has authored more than 80 scientific reports, articles and chapters and is an active member of many professional societies, including the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Josepth G. Kotora, MC, USN
Special Staff Officer, Division od Special Projects, Directorate of Navy Staff, The Pentagon 1400 Defense Pentagon, Washington DC, 20301-1400
Dr. Kotora is an emergency physician serving in the United States Navy. He earned his medical degree from Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, and holds a Master’s in Public Health from Rutgers University. He is veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and has completed numerous deployments across five continents. He currently resides in Arlington, Virginia and is assigned to the Pentagon, Washington DC.
Gainosuke Sugiyama, MD, MSc, FACS
Vice President, Associate Regional Physician Executive
Ambulatory, Central Region
Gai Sugiyama is a Professor of Surgery at the Zucker School of Medicine, Medical Director of System Robotics, System Chief of General Surgery, as well as the Director of Graduate Medical Education for the Department of Surgery at Northwell Health. He also serves as the Chair of Surgery at LIJ Forest Hills as well as the Director of Center of Excellent for Robotic Surgery and Hernia Surgery at LIJ Valley Stream.
He obtained his M.D. from SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and completed his training in General Surgery at SUNY Health Science Center in Brooklyn. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery. His clinical and research interests include advancements in robotic surgery and complex abdominal wall reconstruction. He also holds a Master of Science in Management from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champian.
System Chief, General Surgery
Medical Director, System Robotics
Chairman of Surgery
Department of Surgery
LIJ Forest Hills
Professor of Surgery
Department of Surgery
Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell
Douglas Isaacs, MD, FAEMS
For the past eighteen years, Dr. Douglas Isaacs has served as Deputy Medical Director and now Deputy Chief Medical Director for the New York City Fire Department (FDNY). As Deputy Chief Director, he is involved with the oversight of the 911 system as well as the education and training of Certified First Responders, EMTs, and paramedics. He is the Medical Director for Manhattan, Special Operations Command, Safety Command, Rescue Paramedic program, Chair of the Medical Equipment Committee and is the Program Director for the FDNY-Northwell Health EMS Fellowship Program. He is also the Medical Team Director for the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) team, NY-TF1, and has been on numerous deployments. Over the past ten years, he has been the Director of FDNY’s annual conference on medical special operations that is attended by professionals at the federal, state, local and international levels and is recognized as the leading forum for US&R and other pre-hospital professionals to actively share their best practices and ideas.
Dr. Isaacs earned his medical degree at Cornell University Medical College and completed residencies in internal medicine at Montefiore Medical Center and emergency medicine at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He is a practicing emergency medicine physician at Northwell Health Long Island Jewish Medical Center and is board certified in emergency medicine, and emergency medical services (EMS). He plays an active role as an Assistant Professor at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell and a core faculty member of the Northwell Health emergency medicine residency program.
Douglas A. Isaacs, MD, is the deputy medical director for the New York City Fire Department (FDNY). He is the medical director for Manhattan, Special Operations Command, Safety Command, Rescue Paramedic program, chair of the Medical Equipment Committee, medical team manager for NY-TF1, program director for the FDNY-Northwell Health EMS Fellowship and director of the FDNY’s annual Medical Special Operations Conference (MSOC).
Joseph Marino, MD
Dr.Marino currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Anesthesiology for Northwell Health.
Dr. Marino has over three decades of clinical, programmatic and research experience in Regional Anesthesia specializing in Ultrasound Guided Regional Blockade. He is the principal investigator of research projects focusing on PACU Lengths of stay in addition to the effects of preoperative immunonutrition on the surgical inflammatory process.
Dr. Marino earned his bachelor's degree from the New York University and his medical degree from New York Medical College. He completed a residency in Anesthesiology at Yale New Haven Hospital.
María Augusta Velez
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