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resuscitation 2011

April 13-16, 2011 Wynn Resort Las Vegas, Nevada

The latest updates and controversies surrounding critical resuscitations in an exciting multimedia format. This is noT jusT a conference, This is an experience!

Two Optional Pre-Sessions on April 13
• Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine & Critical Care • Advanced Airway Management Lab

plus optional afternoon sessions…
April 14
• Advanced EKG - Pearls, Pitfalls & Tips • ED & Hospital-Based UltrasoundGuided Procedures • Risk Management for Critical Patients

April 15
• ACLS & PALS Recertification Course • Advanced Cardiac Cases • Critical Procedures in Trauma

April 16
• Pediatric Procedures Lab



The Resuscitation 2011 faculty has been chosen from across the country, representing some of the best educators in Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Pediatrics and Trauma Surgery.

got dynamic faculty?
Our faculty come from such leading institutions as:
San Francisco General Hospital Stanford University Medical Center University of Texas UC Davis Medical Center

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Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Duke University Medical Center Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center New York Poison Control Center

* In accordance with ACCME Standards, all faculty are required to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest related to the content of their presentation(s).

Course Directors
Diku Mandavia, MD, FACEP, FRCP(C)
Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California LAC+USC Medical Center Attending Staff, Department of Emergency Medicine Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles, CA

Sujal Mandavia, MD, FACEP, FRCP(C)

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California LAC+USC Medical Center Regional Medical Director, TeamHealth Los Angeles, CA

Course Faculty
Eduardo Borquez, MD, RDMS
Assistant Professor USC Keck School of Medicine Assistant Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency LAC+USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

Kenji Inaba, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS

Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical Director, Surgical ICU Division of Trauma Surgery & Critical Care University of Southern California, LAC+USC Medical Center Los Angeles, CA

John Rose, MD

Professor of Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director Department of Emergency Medicine UC Davis Health System, Davis, CA

Carlos V.R. Brown, MD

Trauma Medical Director - Brackenridge Hospital Associate Professor of Surgery University of Texas Medical Branch, Austin, TX

Kevin Klauer, DO, FACEP

Richard M. Cantor, MD, FAAP, FACEP

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics Director, Pediatric Emergency Department Medical Director, Central New York Poison Control Center Upstate Medical University Syracuse, NY

Chief Medical Officer, EMP, Ltd Director, Center for Emergency Medical Education Canton, OH Editor In Chief, Emergency Physicians Monthly Clinical Assistant Professor, Michigan State University Board member of Physicians Specialty Limited Risk Retention Group

Ali Salim, MD

Associate Professor of Surgery, UCLA Residency Director, General Surgery Residency Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

Sarah A. Stahmer, MD

Thomas Mailhot, MD, RDMS

Residency Program Director Associate Professor of Surgery Division of Emergency Medicine Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

Stephen D. Docherty, DO, FACEP, FAAEM

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California Medical Director - USC Life Support Center, Los Angeles, CA

Instructor in Clinical Emergency Medicine Co-Director Emergency Ultrasound Program Department of Emergency Medicine Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California LAC+USC Medical Center, CA

Jeffrey Tabas MD

Professor of Dept. of Emergency Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education UCSF School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA

Maureen McCollough, MD, MPH FACEP

Jamie Fishkin, MD

Attending Physician Department of Emergency Medicine Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles, CA

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics Keck USC School of Medicine Medical Director, Department of Emergency Medicine LAC+USC Medical Center

Andrea Thorp, MD

Assistant Professor, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Loma Linda University Medical Center and Children's Hospital, Loma Linda, CA

Rusty Oshita, MD

Sarah R. Williams, MD, FACEP

J. Christian Fox, MD, RDMS, FACEP, FAAEM
Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine Director of Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship University of California, Irvine, CA

Department of Emergency Medicine Kaiser Permanente, South Sacramento, Sacramento, CA

Director, ED Ultrasound Division of Emergency Medicine Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alta, CA

Phillips Perera, MD, RDMS

Teresa S. Wu, MD

Marianne Gausche-Hill, MD, FACEP, FAAP

Professor of Clinical Medicine David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Director, Emergency Medical Services and EMS Fellowship Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Department of Emergency Medicine Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA

Co-director Emergency Ultrasound Program Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine LAC+ USC Medical Center Los Angeles, CA

Director, EM Ultrasound Program Co-Director, Simulation Based Training Program Assistant Program Director, EM Residency Program Maricopa Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine University of Arizona, School of Medicine Phoenix, AZ

Missed the early morning lecture? No problem. Catch up online at Online version FREE with course registration!


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Resuscitation 2011 is a full featured, multimedia conference that is power packed with national faculty. The conference focuses on emergency and critical care management of the seriously ill and injured with engaging lectures presented in a large multi-screen format involving actual patient care footage. Resuscitation 2011 understands that care of these patients involves many specialties and many disciplines and incorporates this into the material covered.



Each Registrant will receive:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. An intense multimedia experience with educational patient footage Brand new content from entertaining and educational faculty State-of-the-art digitally enhanced presentations (these guys are geeks!) CME with no pharmaceutical support Up to 36.5 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ Free Resuscitation 2010 course on disc! (26 video lectures - a $225 value!!) 7. Free online version of Resuscitation 2011! (a $250 value!!) 8. First-come, first-serve access to free Hands-On Simulation Center 9. Free audio CD samples of Emergency Medical Abstracts 10. Free Emergency Medicine/Acute Care Critical Appraisal 2010 Audio CDs (a $395 value)

Course Objectives: Resuscitation 2011 is an advanced course designed to provide experienced practitioners with an evidence-based update on the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment and clinical skills necessary for the care of the critically ill or injured patient. Latest technologies and methods in the care of the critical patient will be utilized. Clinical topics will be presented by nationally recognized experts based on current research. Individual lecture objectives will be provided in the course manual. By attending this CME activity, participants will be able to: 1. Discuss an up-to-date review of topics relevant to the care of critical patients. 2. Discuss the latest revisions and updates to the advanced life support courses (ACLS, ATLS, PALS), improving their resuscitation skills. 3. Discuss an up-to-date review of topics relevant to the care of critical patients, incorporating new skills into their practice. 4. Experienced practitioners will be able to improve and update their practice with advanced instruction. Faculty Disclosure: It is the policy of the Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) and the Center for Medical Education, Inc., to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its sponsored educational activities, and that all contributors present information in an objective, unbiased manner without endorsement or criticism of specific products or services and that the relationships that contributors disclose will not influence their contributions. In accordance with the Standards for Commercial Support issued by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), The Center for Emergency Medical Education and the Center for Medical Education require resolution of all faculty conflicts of interest to ensure CME activities are free of commercial bias. Those involved in the planning and teaching of this activity are required to disclose to the audience any relevant financial interest or other relationship. Complete disclosure of all such relationships will be transmitted to the learner prior to the beginning of the CME activity.



got great lectures?
Our easy breakfast videos are the best ending to a late Vegas night! 30 minute lectures that are lively and to the point. No filler included! And there’s Quickie-Snappies! When all you want is the Reader’s Digest version! MeDical DaY
Thursday, April 14

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TrauMa/acuTe care surGerY DaY
Friday, April 15

peDiaTric DaY
Saturday, April 16

6:30-7:30 7:00 - 7:30

Continental Breakfast Breakfast Video: Pitfalls in the Dying Medical Patient Acute Coronary Syndrome 2011 Optimizing Sepsis Management Abdominal Disasters Not To Miss Found Down with AMS: Critical Actions Syncope: A Practical Approach Coffee Break Thromboembolism – Workup and Treatment The Critical Diabetic ACLS Update 2011 Quickie-Snappies: Rapid Fire Medical Topics with the Experts Lunch (on your own) Daily Simulation Center Optional Afternoon Sessions: • Risk Management for Critical Patients • Advanced EKG - Pearls, Pitfalls & Tips • Ultrasound Guided Procedures

Continental Breakfast Breakfast Video: Trauma Resuscitation: The 1st 10 minutes CNS Injury: Interventions to Optimize Recovery Non-Surgical Management of Hemorrhage Bedside Ultrasound in the Critically Injured Patient Fluid Resuscitation Controversies Non-Trauma Surgical Emergencies Coffee Break Trauma at the Extremes of Age The Unstable Pelvic Fracture ATLS Update 2011 Quickie-Snappies: Rapid Fire Surgical/Trauma Topics with the Experts Lunch (on your own) Daily Simulation Center Optional Afternoon Sessions: • ACLS Recertification 1400-1530 • PALS Recertification 1600-1730 • Advanced Cardiac Cases • Critical Procedures in Trauma

Continental Breakfast Breakfast Video: Admit or Discharge- That is the Question Stabilization of the Critical Child Sedation: Taming the Wild Child Respiratory Nightmares To CT or not to CT? Strategies to limit scans in kids Pediatric Radiology Readings Not to Miss Coffee Break Pediatric Sepsis – State of the Art Pills that Kill PALS Update 2011 Quickie-Snappies: Rapid Fire Pediatric Topics with the Experts Lunch (on your own) Daily Simulation Center Optional Afternoon Sessions: • Peds Procedures Lab

7:30-8:00 8:00-8:30 8:30-9:00 9:00 - 9:30 9:30-10:00 10:00:10:30 10:30-11:00 11:00:11:30 11:30-12:00 12:00-12:30

12:30-14:30 13:00-14:30 14:30-17:30


got card?
The Resuscitation Card™






You’ve done the work, now take the credit!

The Resuscitation conference is a leading educator in the field of resuscitation and critical care. After completing this conference you will have received the latest evidenced-based education in medical, pediatric and surgical critical care. This includes the latest information updates in ACLS, ATLS and PALS. Now you can show the world what you know by presenting your official Resuscitation 2011 Certification card.


Both live event and at home conference-on-a-DVD registrants will receive this card.

“The conference really made me proud of what I do.” “The information was relevant, concise and the presentations were informative.” “Keep up the humor.”

“Excellent use of surgeons!” “You took a burnt out and tired ED physician and got me energized and proud to be an ED doc again.”
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) and the Center for Medical Education, Inc. The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) designates this live activity for a maximum of 36.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Approval by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 36.5 hours of ACEP Category 1 credit has been applied for. This activity is anticipated to offer 36.5 hours of AOA Category 2-A CME credit, pending approval by the AOA. This conference has been approved by California Prehospital CE Provider #19-0005 for up to 12.5 EMT-P/MICN continuing education credits. California Board of Registered Nurses Continuing Education Provider Number 12345 for up to 36.5 contact hours.


What Makes

resuscitation 2011 Different?

A true multi-speciality/multi-discipline conference featuring speakers & attendees from the field to the ICU. Over-the-top multimedia presentations. 3 screen “array” of displays throughout the conference room. State-of-the-art free online version for all attendees. Exceptional hands-on sessions. NO pharmaceutical support. $1000 of give-aways (books, ipods and more). Exclusive video productions seen only at this live course.


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aM session 7:30aM-12:00pM pM session 1:00pM-5:30pM

special pre-conference session, april 13

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advanced airway Management lab

Management of the difficult airway remains one of the most important and challenging tasks for those involved in resuscitation. This airway management lab will provide the emergency physician with insight into airway difficulties and current cutting edge solutions. The practice of airway management is constantly evolving and integration of new techniques can provide optimal care for patients. This hands-on lab will update you and refresh your advanced airway management skills in order to handle the most difficult of airway emergencies. Space is Limited. Register Early!

airway, Breathing, circulation
Unless you’ve mastered the first two of these essential components of resuscitation, there is little likelihood that your patient will recover. This intense, hands-on four-hour program will provide the skills needed to manage even the most challenging airway problems.

Register for the Ultrasound + Airway Combo for extra savings!!

hands-on skill stations include:
• Laryngoscopy/Intubation Techniques • Nasotracheal Intubation • Retrograde Intubation • Fiberoptic Techniques (Rigid and Flexible) • Surgical Airway Techniques • Needle Cricothyrotomy • Bag-Valve-Mask Techniques • Pediatric Airway • Clinical Case Simulations • Airway Positioning Devices • McGrath Video Laryngoscope • Shikani Optical Stylet/Levitan Scope • Lighted Stylet/Trachlight • AirTraq • Video Mac • Gum Elastic Bougie • BIPAP • Laryngeal Mask Airway • Combitube • King LT Airway • C-Trach LMA • ProSeal LMA • Glidescope • Airway RIFL • Bonfils • Upshire Scope




aM session 7:30aM-12:00pM pM session 1:00pM-5:30pM



special pre-conference session, april 13



ultrasound in emergency Medicine & critical care: an intensive hands-on hybrid course
Bedside ultrasound is rapidly being integrated into clinical care by emergency & critical care physicians but many physicians have not yet had access to training. Now as a special pre-session to Resuscitation 2011 you can learn sonography techniques to help improve patient care. Experience a first-class hands-on ultrasound course taught by the top ultrasound faculty from across the country. Collectively these faculty have instructed thousands of physicians and have been brought together to create this special hybrid course. In order to maximize your valuable time, you’ll be provided with videos of the didactic lectures in advance, to watch at home, so that you can move directly to hands-on scanning in Las Vegas.

ultrasound in emergency Medicine & critical care hybrid course assumes no prior knowledge and will start with the basics and proceed to advanced principles. Core topics include abdominal scanning (aorta, biliary tract, kidneys) echocardiography, trauma FAST exam, pelvic sonography and sonographic assisted procedures.
You will have plenty of hands-on exposure with models to reinforce the lectures and special interventional phantoms will be used to practice needle-based techniques. The session will conclude with a question & answer round table discussion on the practical and political aspects of ultrasound integration at your hospital. This course will be extremely limited in size to maintain maximum hands-on instruction so register early to guarantee your position.

Register for the Ultrasound + Airway Combo for extra savings!!

Register by March 1st to receive your DVD before the course!

Mailed in advance, each participant will receive a DVD (playable on computer) with the following:
- Digital video ultrasound lectures - SoundBytes Ultrasound Teaching Cases - Ultrasound Syllabus

Commercial Support Acknowledgement: This educational activity is commercially supported by:


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At Home: Conference-on-a-DVD™
a new way to experience the resuscitation conference!
If you can’t make it to Vegas in March, you can now experience the conference in your own living room. This year we will be offering a television DVD version of the conference.

can’t make it to Vegas?
Over $650 in Value for One Low Fee

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for $395.00 this 12 disc set will include:
1. All main conference lectures playable on your television DVD player 2. Advanced EKG Pearls, Pitfalls and Updates 3. Printed course syllabus 4. Bonus disc with the iPod/iPhone video files 5. All the MP3 audio files 6. Resuscitation 2011 Certification card * 2011 version available approximately 14 weeks after course but 2010 version available now

life support (acls/pals) recertification courses
ACLS Recertification, April 15 - 2:00PM - 3:30PM PALS Recertification, April 15 - 4:00PM - 5:30PM
recertify for your required life support courses acls and pals as optional afternoon sessions. Led by educator Paul Cash from Master Train, latest algorithms will be covered as well as discussions on the American Heart Association guidelines. We will administer the AHA written evaluation for ACLS and PALS and those with a passing score of 85% or greater will receive the AHA certificates. separate sessions during the afternoon will cover acls and pals recertification, so you can conveniently register for each individually, or sign up for both for extra savings. course requirements: Participants must have previously completed an ACLS/PALS course for each course respectively. You will not need to provide your expired or current card for registration. acls accreditation: The Master Train designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. pals accreditation: The Master Train designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. — Course Director: Paul Cash, B.S., L.P., AHA Regional Faculty

New for 2011


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Optional Sessions, April 14 - 2:30 - 5:30pm
ultrasound assisted procedures: a handson Workshop
Learn to use bedside ultrasound to help perform invasive procedures safer and easier as recommended by national safety guidelines. Led by ultrasound expert Dr. John Rose, this optional workshop will feature a one hour didactic lecture followed by a hands-on session. This hands-on workshop will focus on central and venous cannulation and will also cover paracentesis, thoracentesis, pericardiocentesis, bladder aspiration and foreign body detection. Register early as class size will be limited to maximize hands-on exposure. — Course Director: John Rose, MD

advanced eKG – pearls, pitfalls & Tips
This program presents a practical algorithmic approach to ECG abnormalities encountered in the ED setting.The participant will learn the language and “tricks” of the ECG experts in this highly-rated session. With revised materials and newly added ECGs, this session is a must for every ED clinician. — Course Director: Jeff Tabas, MD

risK ManaGeMenT high risk resuscitation : Minimizing Malpractice in critical patients
Led by recognized risk management expert Dr. Kevin Klauer, this comprehensive review will take you through high-risk emergency scenarios and give you practical strategies that you can integrate into your practice tomorrow. The course will cover important elements of history, physical examination, diagnostic workup and differential of the most risk-associated diagnoses. The session will include risk management pearls in: Myocardial ischemia Aortic aneurysms & dissections Subarachnoid hemorrhage and stroke Trauma & wound complications Ectopic pregnancy Pulmonary embolism Epidural abscess Cauda equina EMTALA transfers and more

Learn critical actions, communication principles and the proper documentation of your care. The content of this course can significantly protect your career and is highly recommended. — Course Director: Kevin Klauer, DO, FACEP



Optional Sessions, April 15 - 2:30 - 5:30pm
advanced cardiology review: Beats, leaks, blocks and moans - all that can go wrong with the heart!
The heart does not just beat... It is perfused via the epicardial vessels that can spasm, dissect and clot. It has an intrinsic automaticity that is dependent on a stable flux of cations/anions that, when altered, can create havoc. The components of the conduction system vary in personality from the steady sinus node, to the intrinsic brakes of the atrioventicular node and all-or-nothing His-Purkinjie fibers, which are variably affected by drugs, ischemia and toxins. When a by-pass tract is thrown into the mix, things become even more interesting. The native structures of the heart may degenerate or alter with age and disease, and as all worn out parts, cease to function. This is why there is so much business for cardiologists. Yet when acute problems with the heart arise, the physicians on the front lines are the emergency physicians and intensivists... In this 3 hour session, recognized expert educator Dr. Sarah Stahmer will work with the audience through a series of cardiac cases that cover the spectrum of cardiac disease from acute coronary syndromes to bypass tract tachycardias and pericardial disease. The cases will include relevant adjunctive studies including ECGs, echocardiography and chest radiographs in an interactive multimedia fashion. Teaching points relevant to the clinical practice of EM physicians and intensivists will be emphasized throughout this session. — Course Director: Sarah Stahmer, MD

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critical procedures in Trauma: a hands-on Workshop
Learn invasive procedures in trauma from experts in trauma care. This workshop, presented by emergency physicians and trauma surgeons, will teach participants important procedures integral to trauma resuscitation. This hands-on lab will make heavy use of multimedia and trauma simulators. Procedures to be covered include: cricothyrotomy, chest tube insertion, diagnostic peritoneal lavage and bedside hemostatic control. Resuscitative thoracotomy will be reviewed in a video-based format. Get a FREE Emergency Procedures computer DVD with registration! Class size will be limited so register early. — Course Director: Sujal Mandavia, MD, FRCP(C)


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Optional Session, April 16 - 2:30 - 5:30pm
advanced pediatric procedures lab
Sick kids make you sweat?

Want to learn critical techniques for pediatric resuscitation? Conducted by the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Division at Loma Linda Medical Center, the “Advanced Pediatric Procedures Lab” has received rave reviews. This special session consists of seven “stations” designed for learners to review and practice life saving techniques used in the treatment of critically ill and injured children. The Advanced Pediatric Procedures Lab will provide hands-on opportunity and review of such topics as peripheral and central line insertion, intraosseous and umbilical line insertion, needle cricothyrotomy, jet ventilation, LMA intubation, and standard endotracheal intubation. There will also be areas for case discussion on pediatric trauma and rapid sequence intubation in children. Finally to integrate these critical techniques, learners can participate in mock codes run on a high-fidelity infant simulator. Space will be limited, so enroll early! — Course Director: Maureen McCollough, MD, MPH, FACEP

free Daily simulation lab

Simulation based training has been shown to improve patient safety and enhance medical education. Institutions nationwide are utilizing highfidelity and low-fidelity simulation based training modules to train and credential medical staff and personnel. We invite you to try out the latest simulation mannequins and training tools at the Advanced Medical Technologies and Simulation stations at the conference this year. Simulation based training instructors and representatives will be available to help show you how simulation can be used to promote adaptive expertise and improve clinical practice.

— Course Director: Teresa Wu, MD

“Absolutely great! I’ll take this back to my group and it will impact the way I practice.” “Good balance between clinical practicality and new research.”

“One of the best courses I’ve attended.” “I have never been disappointed with CME programs by this group.” “Great to also have the surgical perspective.” “This is a fantastic conference! Funny & entertaining. Great new perspectives to take home to my ER.”



got instant replay?
overslept in Vegas? Missed a lecture? no problem.
create a “Digital TV” experience where you can catch up, or review your favorite lectures from Resuscitation 2011. You can use these video lectures on your Mac, PC, TV or even your video iPod (*may require easy file conversion for television or video iPod). Not only will you receive the 2011 online digital version of Resuscitation, but each registrant will also get the video files of Resuscitation 2010 on disc! Plus you will get Emergency Medicine/Acute Care - Critical Appraisal 2010 audio CDs – a $395 value. (That’s over $850 of bonus educational material for attending!)

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travel information
You spoke and we listened. Resuscitation 2011 will be held
at the award-winning Wynn Resort in Las Vegas. Wynn Las Vegas sets the bar for luxury and excellence in Las Vegas, earning top honors from the 2010 Forbes Travel Guide Star awards (formerly Mobil Travel Guide Star awards) and the 2010 American Automobile Association (AAA) Diamond Awards. Enjoy the finest experience in Las Vegas with your family while catching up on the latest from the Resuscitation conference. Resuscitation 2011 has booked an exclusive block of rooms at the rate of $199.00. Please call 1-866-770-7555 and mention the reservation ID 8CME0411 to take advantage of this special rate. This room block will be available until March 13, 2011 on a first-come, first-serve basis, so call early.


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MAIL TO: Resuscitation 2011 P.O. Box 600, Creamery, PA 19430 FAX TO: (610) 454-9494 CALL: (800) 458-4779 VISIT:
Step 1. Choose one from the green box:
April 14th-16th
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I am a:

* Verification of License or Residency confirmation letter with date of graduation required for reduced rates.

Physician MD/DO Resident MD/DO Physician Assistant* Nurse Practitioner* Registered Nurse* EMT/PM*

Fees Before 2/15 695.00 550.00 450.00 895.00 395.00

After 2/15 749.00 595.00 450.00 895.00 395.00


Main Conference Registration (April 14th-16th) Resident, Nurse, Allied Health* 2011 At Home Conference on DVD (playable on television DVD player) 2011 Combo Package (live event & DVD version) 2010 At Home Conference on DVD
(Available right now for immediate shipping.)

Step 2. Choose optional pre-conference AM and PM session(s) April 13th
Friday, April 13th AM 8-12 PM 1-5
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Fees Before 2/15 425.00 550.00 795.00 Fees Before 2/15 175.00 275.00 175.00

After 2/15 525.00 595.00 895.00


Essentials of Airway Management

Essentials of Ultrasound Hybrid
(Hands-on and DVD)

Airway & Ultrasound Combo

Step 3. Choose optional afternoon session(s):
(Choose only one per afternoon)
Thursday, April 14th 2:30PM-5:30PM
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After 2/15 175.00 275.00 175.00


Advanced EKG - Pearls, Pitfalls & Tips Ultrasound Guided Procedures (Hands-on) Risk Management for Critical Patients Friday, April 15th 2:30PM-5:30PM Life Support Recertification:

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ACLS Recertification 2:00PM-3:30PM PALS Recertification 4:00PM-5:30PM Critical Procedures in Trauma (Hands-on and DVD) Advanced Cardiac Cases Saturday, April 16th 2:30PM-5:30PM

250.00 250.00 450.00 175.00

250.00 250.00 495.00 175.00

Pediatric Procedures Lab


495.00 TOTAL:



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