Non-CME Events

FRIDAY JULY 14, 2017



7
:15 am - 8:15 am
Olympus America, Inc. Breakfast Symposium 
Location:
 Regency Ballroom
Title: In the OR and in the Office, new technologies are always within reach
Description: New technologies to enhance visualization and to expand the microdebrider platforms are being utilized in both the OR and Office environments. Presenters will share their experience and protocols when using Olympus an SOMED technologies, including 4K video systems, UHD Sinuscopes, 4K InstaClear lens cleaner and Diego Elite Multidebrider. Case examples will be shared to highlight the benefits observed in their practice.
Speakers: Raj Sindwani, MD and Jordan Pritikin, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Olympus America Inc. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.





12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Cook Medical Lunch Symposium
Location: Executive Room
Title: CSF Leak Repair and Skull Base Reconstruction: A Cadaveric Demonstration
Description: Dr. Bradford Woodworth will provide a cadaveric demonstration of modern skull base repair techniques using biologic grafts to allow for visual learning for all participants
Agenda: Demonstration of both pituitary and anterior skull base repairs.
Speakers: Bradford Woodworth, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Cook Medical. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.


5:15 pm - 6:15 pm

Acclarent Satellite Symposium
Location: Congressional AB
Title: Advancements in Navigation Technology
Description: Panel Discussion: First users of Acclarent Navigation Technology
Speakers:  Martin Citardi, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Acclarent - Part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.
 


SATURDAY JULY 15, 2017



7:30 am – 8:15 am 
Intersect ENT Breakfast Symposium

Location: Regency Ballroom
Title: Advancing Patient Care with Evidence Based Innovation
Description: Learn about latest in local drug delivery technology and clinical evidence to maximize outcomes of sinus surgery.
Agenda: Presentation of the PROGRESS Study – Contour data followed by discussion of case studies.
Speakers: Amber Luong, MD, Roheen Raithatha, MD and Robert Adelson, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Intersect ENT. It is neither 
sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.





12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Entellus Medical Lunch Symposia
Location: 
Congressional A
Title: Office-based Sinus Surgery – Applying Your Surgical Skill to Expand Your Patients’ Treatment Options
Description: Join a panel of experienced office-based sinus surgeons and thought leaders to explore how office-based surgery is the logical next step in a transition that began with the adoption of functional endoscopic techniques over thirty years ago. The panel will methodically explore how they have migrated their OR techniques and approaches to treatment to the office, and the impact that shift has had on the experiences they deliver to their patients. The panel will discuss how office-based surgery fits into the current health care landscape, and how it may continue to evolve in the next two to three years. Join
the conversation.
Speakers: Barton Knox, MD; Nora Perkins, MD; Manish Wani, MD; Nick Debnath, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Entellus Medical. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.





12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Spirox
Location: 
Executive Room
Title: New Paradigms in Treatment of Nasal Airway Obstruction
Description: Presentation about Nasal Valve Collapse as a contributor of Nasal Airway Obstruction, and discussion about how LATERA fits in the treatment paradigm.
Speakers: Brent Senior, MD; Dean Toriumi, MD; Marc Dubin, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Spirox. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.



Women in Rhinology Luncheon
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm  
Location: Congressional B
Title: “Seven Tactics for Negotiating Your Future” Description: Negotiating is tricky business and can be difficult to master. Developing a successful negotiation strategy requires excellent communication skills and an awareness of how to address cultural biases. This session will focus on strategies and practical tools to help you succeed in the workplace. A guest speaker will discuss her successful negotiation tactics and then attendees will participate in a workshop to reinforce the application of these tactics in their day-to-day negotiation encounters.

Moderator: Jamie Litvack, MD
Speaker: Kimberly Russo, CEO George Washington University Hospital
Supported by Cook Medical






1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Title: Medtronic Lab: Navigated In-Office Sinus Surgery
Location: 
Empire Ballroom
Description:  During this program, we will educate attendees on in-office surgical procedures, such as FESS and sinus ostial dilation, that are being performed with Navigation. Following the didactic discussion, we will host a cadaver lab giving attendees the opportunity to work with Medtronic, Inc. office focused products which include our Fusion Compact Navigation system, Nexus microdebrider with blades and our family of NuVent sinus dilation balloons. Agenda: The program will open with our course faculty walking through patient anatomy and surgical procedures they are currently performing under local anesthesia. As part of this discussion they will also address patient selection, procedure questions and the anesthesia protocol that is proving successful for them in the office setting.
Speakers: Joseph Han, MD; Jivianne Lee, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Medtronic. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.




1:30 pm – 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Olympus America Inc.– Cadaver Workshop 
Location:
 Hampton Ballroom
Title: Utilization of 4K UHD Endoscopy, Diego Elite Multidebrider and Image Guidance in Various Frontal Sinus Procedures, a Hands-on Workshop
Description: The session will begin with the proctors discussing frontal sinus procedures, including extended procedures from Draf 2a-3, extended sphenoidotomies, and exposure to the skull base. The session then moves into a hands-on cadaveric workshop, where attendees will focus on these procedures utilizing 4K video systems and UHD Sinuscope, Image Guidance Navigation, Diego Elite Multidebrider and Celon Elite RFITT.
Speakers: Adam Folbe, MD and Jordan Pritikin, MD

These are non-CME events sponsored by Olympus America Inc.  They are neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.





1:30 pm – 3:00 pm and 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Entellus Medical Cadaveric Lab
Location: Governor's Room
Title: 
Approaches to Office-Based Sinus Surgery: A Hands-On Lab
Description: The number of physicians moving procedures to the office continues to accelerate, but there is no one right approach to integration. From patient selection, to anesthesia, to technology, physicians are applying a variety of models for office- based procedures that fit the specific needs of their patient population and practice. In this hands on, physician led anatomical lab, explore three distinct approaches to office-based sinus surgery, and explore the techniques and technologies, from balloon sinus dilation to office friendly image guidance and shaver systems, enabling physicians to apply their surgical skills in this patient preferred site of service.
Speakers: Barton Knox, MD; Nora Perkins, MD; Manish Wani, MD; Nick Debnath, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Entellus Medical. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.






1:30-3:30 pm and 4:00-6:00 pm
Stryker Mobile Lab
Title: Stryker Mobile Lab: Pituitary Approach and Nasoseptal Flap
Description: Provide participants with a forum to learn Stryker technology in Pituitary Approach and Nasoseptal Flaps. Gain unique hands-on cadaveric experience utilizing Stryker technology including: Signature Series Drills, Sonopet Ultrasonic Aspirator, Nasopore, Hemopore, Stryker Navigation, ESSx microdebrider.
Agenda: 30-minute instructor-led procedural approach and overview, 90-minute participant hands on.
Speakers: Adam Zanation, MD and Eric Wang, MD

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Stryker. It is neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, the ARS.


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