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									                 SAMBA 21st Annual Meeting: From the Present to the Future: Improving the Quality of Ambulatory Anesthesia
                                 Program Chair: Tong J. Gan, M.D.; Program Vice Chair: Peter S. Glass, M.D.
Thursday, May 4, 2006                                                                ASA President’s Update: Orin F. Guidry, M.D.
Preconvention Workshop: Postoperative Management: Frances Chung, M.D. and            SAMBA Luncheon, Award Ceremony, SAMBA President’s Address, SAMBA
Raafat S. Hannallah, M.D., Moderators                                                 Business Meeting
  Postoperative Assessment Tools; Doctor, Your Patient is Puking...; Neurological    Parallel Sessions
  Complications of Regional Anesthesia; Postoperative Respiratory Complications;     Regional Anesthesia: Admir Hadzic, M.D., Moderator
  Postoperative Urinary Complications; Postoperative Sleep Apnea; Management of       Peripheral Nerve Blocks in Ambulatory Practice: Techniques and Management
  EKG Changes in the PACU; Common Postoperative Complications in Pediatric            Strategies for Successful Implementation: Admir Hadzic, M.D.
  Patients                                                                            Ultrasound-Assisted Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Shape of Things to Come: Dara S.
Workshops                                                                             Breslin, M.D.
 Acupuncture for Ambulatory Anesthesia Practice: Yuan-Chi Lin, M.D.                   Continuous Nerve Blocks: Techniques and Management Strategies for Successful
 An Introduction to Ultrasound and Anesthesia: Dara S. Breslin, M.D.                  Implementation in Ambulatory Practice: Brian A. Williams, M.D.
Friday, May 5, 2006                                                                  Office Based Anesthesia: Meena S. Desai, M.D., Moderator
Future of Ambulatory Practice: Tong J. Gan, M.D., Moderator                           Patient Selection for OBA: Meena S. Desai, M.D.
  How Far Can We Go? The Anesthesiologist’s Perspective: Lee A. Fleisher, M.D.        Taking a Mobile Practice to Dental Offices: Reflections from 20 Years on the Road:
  How Far Can We Go? The Surgeon’s Perspective: David Albala, M.D.                    Richard L. Finder, D.M.D., M.S.
  Pay for Performance in Ambulatory Anesthesia Threat or Opportunity:                 OBA. Follow the Money: Hector Vila, Jr., M.D.
  Karin Bierstein, J.D.                                                              Administration and Practice: Thomas W. Cutter, M.D., Moderator
Pain Management: Walter G. Maurer, M.D., Moderator                                     Malpractice and Risk Management Issues: Thomas W. Cutter, M.D.
  Novel Pain Therapy: Frances Chung, M.D.                                              Negotiating for Patient Contract: Karin Bierstein, J.D.
  Is COX-2 Specific Inhibitor Justified in Ambulatory Surgery?                         Fatigue in Anesthesia Practice: Alan P. Marco, M.D.
  Pro: Peter S. Glass, M.D., Con: Paul F. White, Ph.D., M.D.                         Problem-Based Learning Discussions: Jeffrey B. Brand, M.D., Moderator
Cases From the Real World: Barbara S. Gold, M.D., Moderator                            Pain Management Following Day Case Surgery in Patient with Chronic Pain: Carole
                                                                                       W. Agin, M.D.; Peds Ortho Case: Robert L. Coleman, M.D.; Elderly Cataract Patient:
                                                                                       Kathryn E. McGoldrick, M.D.; Intraoperative Awareness - I was Awake, Doctor!:
  Anesthesia Simulation: Jeffrey M. Taekman, M.D.
                                                                                       Talmage D. Egan, M.D.; Acupuncture in Ambulatory Practice: Yuan-Chi Lin, M.D.
  Regional Anesthesia: Peripheral Blocks of the Upper and Lower Extremities: Admir
  Hadzic, M.D.                                                                       Sunday, May 7, 2006
  Advanced Administrative: Peter S. Glass, M.D.                                      Sedation Update: Lucinda L. Everett, M.D., Moderator
Saturday, May 6, 2006                                                                 Advances in Sedation Pharmacology: Talmage D. Egan, M.D.
Preventing Bad Outcomes: Peter S. Glass, M.D., Moderator                              Propofol by Non-Anesthesiologists - Where Do We Stand? Beverly K. Philip, M.D.
  Unhappy Patients: What Do You Do? Lydia A. Conlay, M.D., Ph.D.                      Unique Aspects of Pediatric Sedation: Lucinda L. Everett, M.D.
  Residual Neuromuscular Blockade: How Do You Manage It? Girish P. Joshi, M.D.       Challenges in Special Populations and Beyond Discharge: Peter S. Glass, M.D.,
  QI and Effective Peer Review: Walter G. Maurer, M.D.                                Moderator
The Droperidol Debate: Tong J. Gan, M.D., Moderator                                   Opioids and Sedatives in Geriatric Ambulatory Patients: Steven L. Shafer, M.D.
  Droperidol: The Blackbox Warning by the FDA is Justified?                           Obese Patients: What is the Limit? Shireen Ahmad, M.D.
  Pro: Steven L. Shafer, M.D.; Con: Phillip E. Scuderi, M.D.                          Beyond Discharge: Burden to the Family: Christopher L. Wu, M.D.
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SAMBA 21st Annual Meeting
From the Present to the Future:
Improving the Quality of Ambulatory Anesthesia
May 4 - 7, 2006
JW Marriott Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, D.C.

                              Your Mission:
                              Enjoy SAMBA’s Social
                              Event at the
                              International Spy
                              Museum on
                              Saturday night!

                                                                       Call for Abstracts and Residents’ Travel Award
                                                        The Committee on Scientific Papers has issued a call for abstracts for the SAMBA
                              If you Choose to accept
                                                        21st Annual Meeting to be held at the JW Marriott Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue in
                              this mission, visit          Washington, D.C. on May 4-7, 2006. Only abstracts submitted online via the
                                   SAMBA Web site at will be considered for grading.

                                                                       For program information, abstract submission, and
                                                                   Resident Travel Award information, visit
                                                                   The deadline for abstract submissions is February 15, 2006.

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