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Cancun Anesthesia Seminar

March 26 - April 2, 2022 at The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, Mexico


Lecture Schedule

Sunday, March 27
5:30 PM   - 6:30 PM   Registration and Welcome Reception for Attendee and Spouse/Guest
Monday, March 28
7:30 AM Dr. Arendt Preventing Maternal Mortality in 2022: the Role of Anesthesia
8:30 AM Dr. Kharasch TBA
9:45 AM Dr. Diaz Anesthesia for Patients with Liver Disease
10:45 AM Dr. McEvoy Perioperative Blood Pressure Management: Outcomes and Recommendations for Preop, Intraop, and Postop
11:45 AM   Dr. Kharasch TBA
Tuesday, March 29
7:30 AM Dr. Diaz Coagulation and Anesthetic Implications
8:30 AM Dr. McEvoy Perioperative Opioid Minimization or Opioid-Free Anesthesia:
Myth or Actuality?
9:45 AM Dr. Arendt A Guided Walk Through Clinical Conundrums in OB Anesthesia: Part 1
10:45 AM  Dr. Arendt A Guided Walk Through Clinical Conundrums in OB Anesthesia: Part 2
11:45 AM  Panel Discussion  Drs. Arendt, Diaz, McEvoy
Wednesday, March 30:  No Lectures / Day Off. . . A Day to Enjoy Cancun!
Thursday, March 31
7:30 AM Dr. Kharasch TBA
8:30 AM Dr. Kharasch TBA
9:45 AM Dr. McEvoy Neuromuscular Blockade, Monitoring, and Reversal: Don't We
Just Need Sugammadex?
10:45 AM Dr. Diaz The Role of Anesthesia in Organ Donation
11:45 AM Dr. Arendt Emotional Intelligence: Communication at Work
Friday, April 1
7:30 AM Dr. McEvoy Perioperative AKI and 30-Day Mortality: Avoiding a High Risk Complication
8:30 AM Dr. Diaz Anesthetic Considerations for Patients with Pulmonary Hypertension 
9:45 AM Dr. Arendt Obstetric Anesthesia in Cardiac Disease
10:45 AM Dr. McEvoy The Impact of Frailty on Perioperative Outcomes: Assessment, Risk, and Management of a Growing Epidemic
11:45 AM Panel Discussion   Drs. Arendt, Diaz, McEvoy

*Please note that the lecture topics and/or schedule may change if necessary.

Holiday Seminars does not accept any funds from commercial interests and no one involved in the planning or choice of presentations has any commercial interests.  All members of the faculty are evaluated in advance and in the opinion of Holiday Seminars have no commercial ties to ensure that the presentations are free from any bias from commercial interests.