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Un ivers ity Hos pita ls Case Me di cal Ce nte r Depa rtm en t o f Su rge ry 11100 Euclid Ave., LKS-5047 Clevela nd, O H 4 4106 -504 7 ATTN: Rita Rys Register On-Line at www.awrsummit.com SUMMIT DIRECTOR Yuri W. Novitsky, MD Associate Professor of Surgery Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Co-Director, Case Comprehensive Hernia Center Director, Advanced GI Surgery / Flexible Endoscopy Fellowship Director, Surgical Research University Hospitals Case Medical Center Cleveland, Ohio PRESENTED BY: Vail, Colorado SPONSORED BY: www.awrsummit.com Earn up to 17 CME credits ABDOMINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION SUMMIT Retur ning for 2014 AWR Su mmit is accepting abstracts for Poster Rounds. Submit Abstracts at www.awrsummit.com Interesting Case s Case Series New Techniques Ba sic S cience Deadline: Dec. 31, 2013 February 79, 2014
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    SUMMIT DIRECTOR

    Yuri W. Novitsky, MD

    Associate Professor of Surgery

    Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

    Co-Director, Case Comprehensive Hernia Center

    Director, Advanced GI Surgery / Flexible Endoscopy Fellowship

    Director, Surgical Research

    University Hospitals Case Medical Center

    Cleveland, Ohio

    PRESENTED BY:

    Vail, Colorado

    SPONSORED BY:

    www.awrsummit.com

    Earn up to 17 CME credits

    ABDOMINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION SUMMIT Retur ning for 2014

    AWR Su mmit is accepting abstracts for Poster

    Rounds.

    Submit Abstracts at www.awrsummit.com

    Interesting Case s Case Series

    New Techniques Ba sic S cience

    Deadline: Dec. 31, 2013

    February 79, 2014

  • The commitme nt t o exceptional pat ient care beg ins w ith revolu tio nary d iscovery. Un ivers ity Ho spita ls Ca se Me dical Cent er is the

    primary aff iliat e of Case Wester n R eserve Univer sity School of Med icine, a national lea der in me dical resea rch an d ed ucation and

    consistent ly ranked among the top research med ical schoo ls in the country by U.S. New s & World Re port. T hroug h the ir facu lty

    appointment s at the Case We stern Re serve U niver sity Sch ool of Medic ine, phy sician s at UH Ca se Med ical C enter are a dvancing

    medical care thro ugh inn ovative research and discovery tha t br ing the latest treatm ent options to patients.

    FACULTY

    CASE WESTERN RESER VE UNIVER SITY FACUL TY

    Cleveland, OH

    Yuri W. Novitsky, MD Asso ciate Professor of Surgery Case Western Reserve University School of Med icine Co-Director, Case Comprehensive Hernia Center Director, Advanced GI Surgery / Fle xible Endoscopy Fellowship Director, Surg ical Research Univers ity Hospita ls Case Med ical Center

    Michael J. Rosen, MD Professor of Surgery Case Western Reserve University School of Med icine Chief, Division of General & Gastro intestinal Surgery Co-Director, Case Comprehensive Hernia Center Univers ity Hospita ls Case Med ical Center

    Hooman Soltanian, MD Asso ciate Professor of Pla stic Surgery Case Western Reserve University School of Med icine Director, Residency Progra m Department of Plastic Surgery Univers ity Hospita ls Case Med ical Center Ajita Prabhu, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Case Western Reserve University School of Med icine Univers ity Hospita ls Case Med ical Center

    GUEST FACULTY

    Alfredo M. Carbonell, II, DO Asso ciate Professor of Surgery Univers ity of South Carolina School of Medic ine Vice -Chair of Clin ical Affairs, Department of Surgery Co-Director, The Hernia Center Greenvil le Hospital System Greenvil le, SC William S. Cobb IV, MD Asso ciate Professor of Clin ical Surgery Director, Surg ical Research Co-Director, The Hernia Center Greenvil le Hospital System Univers ity Med ical Center Univers ity of South Carolina School of Medic ine Greenvil le, SC

    George DeNoto III, MD Chief, Division of General Surgery St. Francis Hospital

    Roslyn, NY B. Todd Heniford, MD Chief, Division of Gastrointestina l and Minimally Invasive Surgery Professor of Surgery Carolinas Med ical Center Charlotte, NC Brian Jacob, MD Asso ciate Clin ica l Professor of Surgery Mount Sinai Hospita l New York, NY Jeffrey E. Janis, MD Professor and Exe cutive Vice Chairman Chief of Plastic Surgery Ohio State Univers ity Hosp itals Department of Plastic Surgery Ohio State Univers ity We xner Medical Center Columbus, OH Kent W. Kercher, MD Professor of Surgery Division of GI / MISDepartment of Surgery Carolinas Med ical Center Charlotte, NC J. Scott Roth, MD Professor of Surgery Chief, Gastrointestinal Surgery Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery Univers ity of Kentucky School of Medic ine Lexington, KY

    Conti nui ng E ducation. Case Western Reserve University School of Medi cine is a ccre dited by

    the Accre ditation Council for Continui ng Medi cal Education t o provide continuing me dical

    education for physi cians.

    Case Western Reserve University School of Me dicine desig nates this live a ctivity for a

    maxi mum of 17 .0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit sTM. Physicia ns should clai m only the credit

    comme nsurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Credits earned for this

    activity are eligible for Mainte nance of Certificati on (M OC) Part 2 cr edit .

    Policy Disclosure. The policy of Case Western Reserve University School of Me dicine CME

    Program re quires that t he Activity Director, pla nning committee me mber s and all activity

    faculty (t hat is, anyone in a position to control the content of the e ducation a ctivity) disclose

    to the activity participants all relevant financial relationships with commer cial interests.

    Disclosure will be made to activity participants prior to the comme nce me nt of the activity.

    Case Western Reserve University S chool of M edici ne also requires t hat fa culty make cli nical

    recomme ndations based on the be st available scie ntific evidence and that faculty identify

    any discussi on of off -label or investigational use of phar mace utical pr oducts or me dical

    devices.

    We gratefully acknowledge Bar d Davol Inc. for their generous support. Acceptance of fundi ng in support of t his progra m doe s not constitute

    endorseme nt of a ny product or manufa cturer.

    Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

  • MD/DO Reg istration $625 (by December 13, 2013) $725 (after December 13, 2013)

    Resident/S tudent $300 (by December 13, 2013)

    $350 (after December 13, 2013)

    Corporate $1,125

    For complete reg istration and course details, please g o to:

    http://www.awrsummit.com Contact R [email protected] for additional information.

    REGISTRATION

    MEETING LOCATION

    Vail Marriott Mountain Resort

    Call: 877-622-3140 (Mention 2014 AWR S ummit)

    Register Online: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/awrsummit

    Group R oom Rate*:

    Standa rd & Lodg e Rooms:

    $369 per night

    Studio & Deluxe King Suites:

    $389 per night

    The room block a t the above group rate is limited a nd

    will expire by Janua ry 10, 2014.

    Early reservations are encouraged.

    * Paid regis tra tion required.

    COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES

    Course Description: The re construction of abdomi nal wall defects re mains one of the most challenging dilemmas faci ng surgeons. Conge nital, acquired or post traumatic de fe cts all prese nt

    unique challenge s to the reconstructive surgeon. A multitude of prosthetic materials are avail-able to i mprove outcomes in ventral hernia repair. Both synthetic and biologi c meshes hav e revolutionize d appr oaches to the surgical ma nage ment of abdomi nal wall reconstruction. The surgeon ca n choose from both laparoscopic approaches and open repairs or in certain cir cum-stances a combination of the two. Even thoug h ventral hernia repair remains one of the most common pr oce dures performed, there is little consensus a s to the best surgi cal technique, pr os-

    thetic material of choice, or strategies to repair complex defe cts.

    In this Summit, the partici pants will be e xposed to all aspects of routine and comple x abdominal wall reconstructions incl uding:

    Minimally invasive hernia repairs Laparoscopy with defe ct closure

    Mesh positioning devices

    Umbili cal and ing uinal hernia re pair

    Comple x ope n abdomi nal wall reconstruction techniques

    Open (traditional ) compone nt separation

    Laparoscopic and periumbili cal sparring component se paration

    Posterior component se paration and transversus a bdomini s release (TA R)

    Closure of a di ffi cult abdomen Parastomal, flank, suprapubic and other difficult her nia repairs Reconstructions in the setting of infection, contami nation, e nterocutaneous fi stulas and

    loss of abdomi nal wall domai n Dealing with comple x skin and soft tissue scenarios, incl uding concurre nt pannicule cto-

    mies, tissue expanders, various flaps options Latest advanceme nt in perioperative patient opti mization and postoperative wound care Participants will also gain an in-depth understanding of the various syntheti c meshes available, as well as the biol ogic prosthesis a nd their potential advantages a nd di sadvantages. T he be nefit s and limitations of the minimally invasive techniques will be e xamined. M oder n modi fications t o the traditional lapar oscopi c ventral her nia repairs, incl uding de fect closure, mesh positioning

    devices, a bsor bable fixation, etc. will be discussed. T his summit will stress detailed operative descripti ons of ea ch of the e xperts a pproa che s to these re constructive challenges t o provide the surgeon valuabl e insight t hroug h video education and a n intera ctive panel of reconstructive surgeons. This year, particular e mpha sis will be given to utilization of advanced plastic tech-niques in cases of skin/soft tissue compromise and/or loss. This compre hensive and highly interactive reconstructive Summit is suited for all surgeons involve d in abdominal wall recon-

    struction, i ncluding general, plastic, and trauma surgeons.

    Educational Ob jectives: A fter attending this course, partici pants will be able to:

    Gain an in-dept h understandi ng of the various synt hetic, bi ologic and absorbable meshes available

    Understa nd be nefits a nd limitations of laparoscopic ventral hernia re pairs Learn about modern modifi cations a nd adj unct s to traditional laparoscopic te chni ques Understa nd the surgical appr oaches to the re constructive challenges Understa nd moder n options for abdomi nal wall reconstruction and sublay mesh re pairs Understa nd advanced te chiques of skin/soft tissue mobilization/transfer, e xpansion, a nd panni cule ctomie s

    https://resweb.passkey.com/go/awrsummit

  • AGENDA

    Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Summit 2014

    Friday, February 7, 2014 TIME MORNING SESSION FACULT Y

    6:00 am Registration

    6:30 am Introduction Yuri Novitsky

    6:40 am Classifi cation of Her nias: Let s Speak the Same Language Michael Rose n

    7:00 am Synthetic Mesh: What You Need T o Know To Make Educate d Choi ces

    William Cobb

    7:20 am Biologic / Biodegradable M esh Choi ces: Porci ne, Human, Bovine, Biosynthetic

    Yuri Novitsky

    7:40 am Traditional Lap VH R: Tricks, Pit falls, Contraindi cations Kent Kercher

    8:00 am Laparoscopic Manag eme nt of Parastomal H ernias Alfredo Car bonell

    8:20 am Novel Modi fications in Laparoscopic VHR: Defe ct Closure and Mesh Positioni ng Devices

    Yuri Novitsky

    8:40 am Off the Beate n Path: Clever Tricks for Unusual and Une xpe cted Scenarios in LVHR

    B. Todd Heni ford

    9:00 am Discussion All Faculty

    9:30 am Adjourn

    TIME AFTERNOON SESSION FACULT Y

    4:00 pm Open Component Separation & M odi fications Jeffrey Janis

    4:30 pm Rives-Stoppa and Posterior Component Separation Yuri Novitsky

    5:00 pm Endoscopic Component Separation Scott Roth

    5:20 pm Open Flank Her nia Repair B. Todd Heni ford

    5:40 pm Flaps/Tissue Expander s Hooman Soltanian

    6:00 pm PANEL: Routi ne Hernia Patient: Preventing the Comple xity All Faculty

    7:00 pm Adjourn / Cocktail Re cepti on

    TIME MORNING SESSION FACULT Y

    6:00 am Session I ntroduction / D efini ng the Clini cal Challe nge Yuri Novitsky

    6:30 am Quality Collaboratives in AWR: What Doe s It Mean For You? Michael Rose n

    6:50 am Complications of Abdomi nal Wall Re constructions: Dealing With My Own Disa sters

    George DeNoto

    7:10 am How to Re duce Seroma & Wound Compli cations: Sealants & Tal c Alfredo Car bonell

    7:30 am Adjunct s to Wound H ealing: Crea ms, Dr ugs and Dri ps Jeffrey Janis

    Saturday, February 8, 2014

    Saturday, February 8, 2014 continue d

    7:50 am Staying Conne cted: T he Role of Social Media in A WR Brian Jacob

    8:10 am How Do I Get Paid? Must Know Facts to Ma ximize Rei mburseme nt Scott Roth

    8:30 am Cost of Comple xity: Re ducing the Pri ce Tag B. Todd Heni ford

    8:50 am

    9:20 am

    DEBATE :

    Synthetic Mesh in Contaminate d Field: Are You Crazy?!

    Synthetic Mesh in Contaminate d Field: YES!

    Scott Roth

    Alfredo Car bonell

    9:50 am Discussion All Faculty

    10:00 a m Adjourn

    TIME AFTERNOON SESSION FACULT Y

    4:00 pm Enterotomy During VHR: What Do I Do Now? Brian Jacob

    4:20 pm Loss of Abdominal Domain: D efinition and Treat ment Strategies William Cobb

    4:40 pm AWR in the Setting of Enterocutane ous Fistula : Shoul d I Stage It? Michael Rose n

    5:00 pm Diastesis Re cti: What Should I D o? Hooman Soltanian

    5:20 pm Soft Tissue Challeng es: Plasti c Surgeon Ti ps for a General Surge on Jeffrey Janis

    5:40 pm Stump the Pr ofe ssor: D ecisi on Making in Complex Cases PANEL

    7:30 pm Poster Rounds

    8:00 pm Adjourn

    TIME MORNING SESSION FACULT Y

    Sunday, February 9, 2014

    TIME MORNING SESSION FACULT Y

    6:00 am Session I ntroduction / D efini ng the Clini cal Challe nge Yuri Novitsky

    6:30 am Umbili cal Hernias The Trials & Tribulations of Deci sion Making Kent Kercher

    7:00 am Algorithmic Approaches to I nguinal Her nia Repair: Ope n, TAPP, TEP, e-TE P

    Brian Jacob

    7:20 am Evidence -Ba sed Optimal Fixation During Lap Her nia Repair: Sutures, Absor bable Ta cks, Glue s

    William Cobb

    7:40 am Groin Pain A fter SurgeryWhat D o I Do Now? Ajita Prabhu

    8:00 am Treating Inguinal Re curre nce s Scott Roth

    8:20 am Lap Appr oaches to Ing uino -Scrotal Her nias George DeNoto

    8:40 am The Surgical Appr oach t o Sports Hernia : Myth vs. Reality Kent Kercher

    9:00a m Discussion All Faculty

    9:30 am Adjourn