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					           Ninth Annual
       Pediatric Symposium

A Multispecialty Approach to
       Pediatric Care
            Saturday, May 1, 2010
             7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
          Miami Dadeland Marriott Hotel
   9090 South Dadeland Boulevard, Miami, Florida

          Francisco Medina, M.D., FAAP
               Symposium Director
Target Audience
Pediatricians, family physicians, general internists, psychologists, nurses,
respiratory therapists and pharmacists.
Symposium Overview
This symposium will focus on the medical management of common and important
challenges facing health professionals who care for pediatric and adolescent patients.
The multispecialty education approach allows participants to explore new diagnosis
and treatment options for various areas of pediatric patient care in a concise
symposium format.
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this symposium, participants should be better able to:
I Utilize World Health Organization (WHO) principles of analgesia administration
  when managing children with acute pain.
I Effectively assess pediatric pain levels and implement pharmacological and
  integrative therapies in the analgesic management of acute pain in children.
I Recognize unique substances of abuse.

I Apply the five main principles of poison management to patients who have been
  exposed to poisons and/or toxins.
I Recognize the epidemiology of pediatric life-limiting diseases.

I Utilize pediatric palliative care teams to optimize patient care throughout the
  course of illness, regardless of expected outcome.
I Implement imaging strategies based on clinical presentations of abdominal pain
  commonly seen in children.
I Explain clinical presentations of asthma versus nonspecific conditions associated
  with airway narrowing.
I Utilize bronchoscopy to differentiate asthma from other causes of wheezing in
  infants and children.
I Describe the variable appearances of chest infections in children and explain the
  radiologic images and use of alternative imaging techniques.
I Discuss clinical information with radiologists in cases of acute airway obstruction.

I Utilize new diagnostic techniques to determine etiology of pneumonia in children.

I Implement appropriate treatment therapies and vaccines in the management and
  prevention of childhood pneumonia.
Faculty                                                Floyd Livingston, M.D.
Francisco Medina, M.D., FAAP                       Pediatric Pulmonologist
                                                   Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Symposium Director                                 Florida State University School of Medicine
Chief, Emergency Pediatric Services                Tallahassee, Florida
Baptist Children’s Hospital and Homestead Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Miami, Florida                                     University of Central Florida School of Medicine
Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, M.D.                     Orlando, Florida
Medical Director                                   Gary S. Wasserman, D.O., FAAP, FACMT,
Pain Medicine and Palliative Care
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota      FAACT, ABMT
Minneapolis, Minnesota                             Section Chief, Medical Toxicology
                                                   Division of Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology and
Susan D. John, M.D., FACR                          Medical Toxicology
Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics              Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics
Chair, Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging       Professor of Pediatrics
University of Texas Medical School at Houston      University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine
Houston, Texas                                     Kansas City, Missouri

Photographing, audiotaping and videotaping of this program are prohibited.
     7:30 a.m.        Registration, Continental Breakfast and Exhibits
     7:50 a.m.        Welcome and Introductions
                      Francisco Medina, M.D., Symposium Director
                                         SESSION I
     8:00 a.m.        From Morphine to Magic: Managing Acute Pain in Children
                      Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, M.D.
     8:45 a.m.        Management of Toxins and Poisons in the Pediatric Clinical
                      Setting, Part I
                      Gary S. Wasserman, D.O.
     9:30 a.m.        Pediatric Palliative Care in the 21st Century: Live as Long
                      as Possible, as Well as Possible
                      Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, M.D.
   10:15 a.m.         Break
   10:45 a.m.         Management of Toxins and Poisons in the Pediatric Clinical
                      Setting, Part II
                      Gary S. Wasserman, D.O.
   11:30 a.m.         Imaging of Pediatric Abdominal Pain
                      Susan D. John, M.D.
   12:15 a.m.         Lunch
                                        SESSION II
     1:15 p.m.        Wheezing and Whistling in the Infant and Child
                      Floyd Livingston, M.D.
     2:00 p.m.        Imaging Chest Emergencies in Pediatrics
                      Susan D. John, M.D.
     2:45 p.m.        Challenges and Management of Childhood Ambulatory
                      Floyd Livingston, M.D.
     3:30 p.m.        Adjourn

Disclosures and Conflict of Interest Resolution
Baptist Health South Florida requires resolution of all conflicts of interest to ensure balance,
independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all CME programming. Conflicts of interest of any
individuals who control CME content will be identified and resolved prior to this educational activity.
Full disclosure will be made in the syllabus. Presenters will also disclose discussion of off-label uses.
Accreditation and Credits
Baptist Health South Florida is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education (ACCME) to sponsor continuing education for physicians.
Baptist Health South Florida designates this educational activity for a maximum of 6.0 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their
participation in the activity.
Baptist Health South Florida is approved as a provider of Continuing Psychological Education by the
Florida Board of Psychology. CE Broker provider #50-182. This activity has been approved for 6 credit
hours. CE Broker course #20-264076.
This activity has been approved for 6 contact hours by the Florida State Board of Nursing, Baptist Health
South Florida. CE Broker Provider #50-182.
This activity has been approved for 6 contact hours by the Florida Board of Pharmacy, Baptist Health
South Florida. CE Broker Provider #50-182.
This activity has been approved for 6 contact hours for respiratory therapy personnel in the category
of personal growth by the State of Florida, AHCA provider #RCE58, Baptist Health South Florida.
CE Broker Provider #50-182.

Ninth Annual Pediatric Symposium:
A Multispecialty Approach to Pediatric Care
Saturday, May 1, 2010                                 Miami Marriott Dadeland Hotel
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   Fax:         786-596-2769 (credit card payments only)
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                8900 North Kendall Drive, Miami, Florida 33176-2197
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Hotel Location
The Miami Marriott Dadeland Hotel is located at 9090 South Dadeland
Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33156. Reservations should be made directly
with the Marriott Hotel by calling 305-671-2690 or 1-800-228-9290.
Mention Baptist Health to receive the special corporate rate. For more
information, visit the hotel website at
Attire for the symposium is business casual and comfortable. Please
bring a sweater or jacket to the educational sessions since meeting room
temperatures and personal comfort levels vary.

Baptist Children’s Hospital
Long a leader in advanced pediatric care, Baptist Hospital opened
Baptist Children’s Hospital to bring together all healthcare services for
children from birth to age 18. More than 200 pediatricians and 100-plus
pediatric subspecialists in nearly every field, backed by pediatric-
trained nurses and support personnel, offer their expertise at Baptist
Children’s Hospital. Among the services are a 24-hour Children’s
Emergency Center with child-sized equipment; specialty clinics for
diabetes, cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease and genetics, to name a
few; intensive care units for newborns and youngsters; and a children's
ambulance and air transport team.
Baptist Children’s Hospital Vision Statement
Baptist Children’s Hospital (BCH), in partnership with its affiliated
physicians and hospitals, will be a preeminent provider of care for
children in Dade and Monroe Counties.
BCH will be responsive to the needs of patients, their families, physicians
and purchasers in providing a broad range of specialized services for
BCH will strive for excellence in the delivery of pediatric care by
providing services that are high-quality, child- and-family-centered,
community-based, accessible and competitively priced.
BCH will seek to improve the health status of the community and children
it serves through innovative and proactive approaches to managing care,
strong community and family linkages and child advocacy efforts.

For more information about Baptist Children’s Hospital, please e-mail or visit

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