Hemodialysis Access (13)

Hemodialysis Access (13)

CANCER THERAPY (07) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to: 1. Select patients for regional therapy based on clinical, radiol...

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CANCER THERAPY (07) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. Select patients for regional therapy based on clinical, radiologic, and laboratory parameters. 2. Provide periprocedural management for patients undergoing regional therapy, including premedication, pain control and palliation of post-embolization syndrome. 3. Perform hepatic arterial chemoembolization. 4. Perform percutaneous alcohol ablation of tumors. Coordinator: Eric A. Huettl, MD Jose F. Botet, MD Paramjk S. Chopra, MD Melvin E. Clouse, MD Steven L. Dawson, MD Alain Drooz, MD

Sue E. Hanks, MD Stephen P. Lee, MD John C. Lipman, MD Michael C. Soulen, MD

CAROTID STENIlNG AND STROKE MANAGEMENT (08) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. Provide a knowledge base from which practicing interventional radiologists can determine whether certain skills can and should be applied to neurovascular problems. 2. Review relevant anatomy necessary to problem solving in acute case management. 3. Develop a better understanding of head and neck revascularization procedures with particular emphasis on: a. management of acute stroke; b. revascularization of brachiocephalic stenoses and occlusions with emphasis on fibrinolytic therapy, balloon angioplasty, and stenting procedures; c. management of carotid and vertebal stenoses with emphasis on fibrinolytic therapy, balloon angioplasty and stent placement; and d. discuss ethical issues relevant to carotid angioplasty and stenting and the various clinical scenarios whereby carotid angioplasty and stenting are appropriate by current data in the literature. Coordinator: Wayne F. Yakes, MD James Benenati, MD Christopher F. Dowd, MD Van V. Halbach, MD Randall T. Higashida, MD

Barry T. Katzen, MD Tony P. Smith, MD George P. Teitelbaum, MD Gerald Zemel, MD

2. Discuss drainage and urokinase fibrinolysis of

complicated pleural effusions and empyema. 3. Discuss drainage and subsequent sclerosis of malignant pleural effusions. 4. Discuss treatment solutions to unusual chest drainage situations. Coordinator: Michael A. Braun, MD Steven L. Dawson, MD Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD Jeffrey A. Klein, MD

Jeffrey S. Moulton, MD Albert A. Nemcek, Jr., MD

CODING AND BILLING-INTRODUCTION (0) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. Understand the correct use of CPT codes, ElM codes and modifiers. 2. Describe quality checks in billing. 3. Understand the 1998 changes in coding rules. Coordinator: David Sacks, MD Ronda Bixon, MD Howard L. Dome, MD Katharine L. Krol, MD

Terence A. S. Matalon, MD Timothy P. Murphy, MD

CODING AND BILLING-ADVANCED (1) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. Properly code interventional procedures. 2. Interact with third party payors regarding cod-

ing and reimbursement. 3. Understand the relationship between professional and hospital coding and billing. Coordinator and faculty same as for Introductory workshop. CONSCIOUS SEDATION (2) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to: . 1. Describe the criteria used in selecting patients

for conscious sedation and the essential elements for monitoring patients during and after the procedure. 2. List the common medications used for sedation, including strategies to minimize their adverse effects. 3. Understand about the sedation of the pediatric patient. 4. Understand the JCAHO requirements regarding conscious sedation and advice on their implementation in the interventional suite.

CHEST INTERVENIlONS (09) Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

Ronald Hickman, BSN Cynthia S. Payne, MD

1. Review the physiology of pleural space drainage to better understand management of patient with chest drains.

HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS (3) Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

Coordinator: Michael R. Middlebrook, MD Douglas

c.B. Redd, MD

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1. Discuss the role of screening and prophylactic PTA in failing dialysis access sites. 2. Review available methods for declotting dialysis grafts percutaneously including mechanical and chemical techniques 3. Describe the role and limitations of metallic stents in hemodialysis access. 4. Discuss the diagnosis and management of hemodialysis-related central venous stenosis. 5. Compare the relative roles of atherectomy and balloon angioplasty in the treatment of venous stenosis. Coordinator: Scott O. Trerotola, MD John F. Cardella, MD Frederick S. Cohn, MD Stanley G. Cooper, MD Richard]. Gray, MD Matthew S. Johnson, MD David A. Kumpe, MD

HeribeIj:o R. Pagan-Marin, MD Kenneth D. Murphy, MD Karim Valji, MD Thomas M. Vesely, MD Julie M. Zaetta, MD

EMBOLOTHERAPY-INIRODUCTION (14) Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. List the characteristics of common embolic agents. 2. Describe the use of common delivery systems (catheters, etc.). 3. Understand the appropriate use of embolotherapy in common clinical situations with the emphasis on "on-call cases." Coordinator: James Sandra Althaus, MD Douglas M. Coldwell, MD Patricia Cole, MD Gregory E. Guy, MD Joseph H. Introcaso, MD Sahira Kazanjian, MD Michael A. McKusick, MD George 1. Miller, III, MD

c. Andrews, MD Zina Novak, MD Robert K.W. Ryu, MD Jeet Sandhu, MD Ian A. Sproat, MD David Warner, MD Peter N. Waybill, MD Adam B. Winick, MD Wayne F. Yakes, MD

EMBOLOTHERAPY-ADVANCED (5) Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand the use of embolotherapy to solve a

wide variety of clinical problems. Coordinator and faculty same as for Introductory workshop. GENITOURINARY INIERVIXNTIONS (6) Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

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1. Describe technique and complications of percutaneous nephrostomy. 2. Understand the evaluation and management of nephroureteral obstruction. 3. Discuss current approaches and techniques for treatment of renal calculus disease.

Coordinator: Parvati Ramchandani, MD Michael D. Darcy, MD Andrew LeRoy, MD Harold A. Mitty, MD

William D. Routh, MD Saclllko T. Cochran, MD

GRANT WRITING (17) Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. Understand the role of grants in academic medical institutions: a. when to apply (are you ready?); b. strategies; and c. grantsmanship. 2. Gain an overview of NIH and other funding sources including the review process. 3. Describe the components of the proposal including: titles, abstracts, specific aims, background and significance, preliminary studies, research design and methods. 4. Understand how the reviewers evaluate a proposal. Coordinator/Faculty: Wendy Sanders, MA

HANDS-ON ULTRASOUND (18) Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to:

1. Become familiar with optimal unltrasound imaging characteristics for sono-guided interventions. 2. Become familiar with applications of sonoguided imaging in the interventional suite. 3. Perform hands-on sono-guided vascular access, cyst aspiration, breast biopsy, renal biopsy and access for percutaneous drainage in a turkey breast model. Coordinator: Robert D. Lyon, MD Amy Benson, MAJ, MC Michael Brazaitis, COL, MC Ellen Chung, MAJ, MC Maricela Contreras, CPT(P), MC Edwin Fortenbery, LTC(P), MC Kenneth Griggs, CPT, MC Satchidanand]. Hiremath, MD Mark]. Hogan, MD Allen M. Johnson, MD Phil Kohanski, MAJ, MC David Lane, MAJ, MC Nick Lomis, CPT, MC Mark 1. Lukens, MD Allen]. Meglin, MD

Sean Murray, MAJ, MC Kevin 1. Quinn, MD Joseph Ronsivalle, CPT, MC Mark D. Salerno, MD William E. Shiels, II, DO Keith M. Shonnard, MD Curt Stoldt, LTC(P), MC Steve D. Stowell, CPT, MC Daniel Swerdlow, MD Jennifer Temo, CPT, MC Anthony C. Venbrux, MD Gregory N. Vickers, MD Mark Whitaker, MD Carla Wolff, RDMS

HI-IQTM SYS1EM-INIRODUCTION (HANDS-ON) (9)

Upon the completion of this workshop, the attendee will be able to: 1. Become familiar with a quality assurance program based upon a relational database.