47th Annual Regional Anesthesiology
and Acute Pain Medicine Meeting

March 31-April 2, 2022 | Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada



Problem Based Learning Discussions (PBLD) 

Thursday, March 31, 2022, 12:15-1:15 pm

Location: Pompeian III/IV 
(open to all, $90, lunch included)


PBLD-01: Perioperative Buprenorphine: Management Tips and Tricky Situations  - Eugene Viscusi, MD

PBLD-02: How to Improve your Evaluations of Residents and Fellows - Linda Le-Wendling, MD

PBLD-04: Prevention of Post-Amputation Pain - Steven Cohen, MD

PBLD-05: Making a Business Plan for Starting a Transitional Pain Service - Edward Mariano, MD, MAS

PBLD-06: Managing a Regional Anesthesia Complication: Medical and Legal Strategies - David Hardman, MD, MBA

PBLD-07: Strategies to Improve Hip Fracture Care in your Hospital - Nabil Elkassabany, MD, MSCE

PBLD-08: Preoperative Cannabis Misuse and Potential for Cannabinoid Use for Acute Postoperative Pain Management - Eric Schwenk, MD

PBLD-10: Reimbursement for Perioperative Acupuncture - Stephanie Cheng, MD

PBLD-11: Teaching the Teachers through Tech: How to Modernize Your Methods - Rajnish Gupta, MD

PBLD-12: Regional Anesthesia and Compartment Syndrome: A Surgeon’s Perspective - Nicholas Pulos, MD

PBLD-13: Post-Cesarean Delivery Analgesia: When Intrathecal Opioids Aren't the Answer - Hans Sviggum, MD

PBLD-14: Epidural Analgesia Failures: Causes, Strategies, or Substitutes - Adam Niesen, MD

PBLD-15: Getting your C-Suite to Buy into your Plans for Acute Pain Management Service Expansion: A Step-By-Step Analysis of Potential Action Items - Santhanam Suresh, MD

PBLD-16: Starting a Regional Anesthesia Protocol for Rib Fracture Patients - Nadia Hernandez, MD

PBLD-17: Pediatric Blocks Every Anesthesiologist Should Be Familiar With - Karen Boretsky, MD

PBLD-18: Practical Recommendations on the Safe Use of IV Lidocaine for Postoperative Pain and Recovery - Brian Allen, MD

PBLD-19: Treating Surgical Pain with Peripheral Nerve Stimulation - Stuart Grant, MB, ChB, MMCI

PBLD-20: Best Practice for Ambulatory Spinal Anesthesia in 2022 - Jeffrey Gadsden, MD, FRCPC, FANZCA

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