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									        California Society
       of Anesthesiologists

 Hawaiian Seminar
January 19-23, 2009
        Bring	the	Family!

Learn the latest on:
•	 Pain	Medicine
•	 Malignant	Hyperthermia
•	 Preeclampsia/Eclampsia
•	 Tracheal	Stenosis	and	Pulmonary	Stenting
•	 Anesthesia	for	Emergency	Surgery	in	Infants
•	 Hypoxemia	During	One-Lung	Ventilation

	   ....and	much	more!

          Hyatt Regency
       Maui Resort & Spa
      Ka’anapali Beach, Maui
Family Fun at the Hyatt Regency Maui
Located on 40 acres of oceanfront property on Ka’anapali Beach,
the Hyatt Regency Maui offers six tennis courts, tropical streams
and waterfalls, a half-acre pool, five restaurants, six bar/lounges and
an outdoor dinner theater/luau area to take advantage of the Maui
The Hyatt is home to Spa Moana, featuring 15 treatment rooms, a full-
service beauty salon, a relaxation lounge, sauna and steam rooms,
and luxury spas for couples who want to enjoy treatments together.
The kids will love Camp Hyatt—a daily supervised activity program for
children ages 5 to 12. Camp Hyatt operates from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and
6 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily and promises a fun filled day for our keiki ages
five to 12 years.

The second largest island in the Hawaiian chain, Maui is 48 miles
long and 26 miles across. It features long, sandy beaches, tropical
rainforests, rolling green pasture lands, dry land forests, and
spectacular rocky cliffs.
There are many things to do on Maui, including snorkeling, scuba,
sailing, whale watching and golf. The naturalist can hike Maui’s
forested trails and view native plant species, watch rare birds, take a
whale watching cruise, and follow the highways of ancient chiefs. If
you love the glitter and good life, Maui has that, too. Maui’s hotel and
restaurant chefs are among the best in the country.

                        Hotel Rates
The Hyatt Regency Hotel offers special CSA rates based upon single
or double occupancy (not including tax). Note that Terrace rooms have
very limited availability.
         Terrace View                          $226
         Mountain View                         $281
         Deluxe Ocean View                     $308
The Hyatt will extend the CSA group rate, if available, for 5 days prior
to and 5 days after the program (January 13 - 28). Call the Hyatt
at 808-661-1234 and identify yourself as being with the California
Society of Anesthesiologists meeting. The cutoff date for the group
rate is December 20, 2008. After this date, any available rooms could
be at significantly higher rates. There is no charge for up to 2 children
under age 18 sharing the same room with their parents and using
existing bedding, with a maximum of four persons per room.

                       Auto Rental
To arrange for all airline reservations and car rentals you may call
travel agents Barbara Riccetti or Connie Maciel at 800-396-6993 or
send an e-mail to If you would rather make
your own arrangements, there are bargains to be had on the Internet,
plus we have some great deals on car rental with Alamo Rent-A-Car.
Call Alamo at 800-732-3232 and request Group ID #7013800 for
discounted rates.
                     Refund Policy
The CSA will refund registration fees upon written requests received
prior to December 20, 2008. A $50 charge will be retained to cover
administrative expenses. After this date, no refunds can be issued.

    This program is directed to practicing anesthesiologists,
    residents in training, other physicians with interest in the
    specialty, and allied health professionals who work in the
    specialty of anesthesiology. Attendees will be provided with
    contemporary clinical presentations to enhance their knowledge
    and management of anesthesia care. Attendees will also have
    the opportunity for interactive discussions with the faculty.

The California Society of Anesthesiologists is accredited by the
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to sponsor
continuing medical education for physicians.

The California Society of Anesthesiologists Educational Programs
Division designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credits
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Certificates of attendance for CME credits will be mailed based upon
attendance slips submitted by attendees, typically within two weeks of
the end of the program.

Faculty members have provided learning objectives for each lecture
or group of related lectures, and they are posted on the CSA Web Site
at and will be included in the conference syllabus. You
may also call the CSA office at 800-345-3691 to have the objectives
sent to you.

This course has been approved by the American Association of Nurse
Anesthetists for XX CE credits; Code number TBA; Expiration date:
TBA. Your CE certificate will be based on your attendance record and
will be mailed from the CSA office.

                Faculty Disclosure
All faculty participating in continuing medical education activities
sponsored by the California Society of Anesthesiologists are required
to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship with
the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) discussed in a
continuing medical education presentation(s). Disclosure of faculty
and provider relationships with commercial supporters will appear on
our web site and in the conference syllabus.

            Sunday, January 18, 2009
4:30-6:30 p.m. Early Bird Registration

           Monday, January 19, 2009
7 a.m.    Continental Breakfast
7:50 a.m. Welcome and Introduction
          Michael W. Champeau, M.D., CSA President
 8 a.m.   Perioperative Considerations in the Care of the
          Morbidly Obese Patient
          Jay Brodsky, M.D.
 9 a.m.   Anesthesia for the Pregnant Surgical Patient
          Andrew Malinow, M.D.
10 a.m.   Coffee Break
10:20 a.m. Pain Management 101: Everything the
           Anesthesiologist Needs to Know
           Mark Wallace, M.D.
11:20 a.m. Review of Upper Extremity Anesthesia
           Joseph Neal, M.D.
12:20 p.m. Adjourn

           Tuesday, January 20, 2009
 7 a.m.   Continental Breakfast
 8 a.m.   Update on Malignant Hyperthermia
          Barbara Brandom, M.D.
 9 a.m.   Epidural Anaglesia & the Progress of Labor —
          What/Who Can We Blame Now?
          Andrew Malinow, M.D.
10 a.m.   Coffee Break
10:20 a.m. Advances in Ultrasound for Regional Anesthesia
           Joseph Neal, M.D.
11:20 a.m. Anesthetic Management of the Chronic Pain Patient
           Mark Wallace, M.D.
12:20 p.m. Adjourn
          Wednesday, January 21, 2009
7 a.m.    Continental Breakfast
8 a.m.    The Future of Pain Medicine
          Mark Wallace, M.D.
9 a.m.    An Update on Current ASRA Practice Advisories:
          Anticoagulation, Infectious Complications, and
          Local Anesthetic Toxicity
          Joseph Neal, M.D.
10 a.m.   Coffee Break
10:20 a.m. Hypoxemia During One-Lung Ventilation —
           Beyond PEEP and CPAP
           Jay Brodsky, M.D.
11:20 a.m. Anesthesia for Emergency Surgery in Infants:
           Trauma, Bowel Disease, Airway Emergencies
           Barbara Brandom, M.D.
12:20 p.m. Adjourn

          Thursday, January 22, 2009
 7 a.m.   Continental Breakfast
 8 a.m.   ASRA Practice Advisory on Neurologic Complications
          in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
          Joseph Neal, M.D.
 9 a.m.   Post-Operative Pain Management in Pediatrics,
          Including Regional, Multimodal RX,
          Dexmedetomidine and PONV
          Barbara Brandom, M.D.
10 a.m.   Coffee Break
10:20 a.m. Preeclampsia/Eclampsia — Anesthesia Fits
           and Starts
           Andrew Malinow, M.D.
11:20 a.m. Evolution of Thoracic Anesthesia
           Jay Brodsky, M.D.
12:20 p.m. Adjourn

            Friday, January 23, 2009
 7 a.m.   Continental Breakfast
 8 a.m.   History of OB Anesthesiology
          Andrew Malinow, M.D.
 9 a.m.   Tracheal Stenosis and Pulmonary Stenting
          Jay Brodsky, M.D.
10 a.m.   Coffee Break
10:20 a.m. Interventional Pain Management: A Critical Review
           Mark Wallace, M.D.
11:20 a.m. Pediatric Anesthesia for the Non-Pediatric
           Barbara Brandom, M.D.
12:20 p.m. Adjournment
                       Mark Wallace, M.D.
                          Program Chair
               Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology
            University of California San Diego (UCSD)
         Program Director, UCSD Center for Pain Medicine

                     Barbara Brandom, M.D.
                    Professor of Anesthesiology
               University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

                        Jay Brodsky, M.D.
                    Professor of Anesthesiology
               Stanford University School of Medicine

                       Andrew Malinow, M.D.
                     Professor of Anesthesiology
                University of Maryland Medical School

                          Joseph Neal, M.D.
       Anesthesiology Faculty, Virginia Mason Medical Center
       Editor-in-Chief, Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
                 Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology
                       University of Washington


The Hyatt’s Drums of the Pacific Luau is widely considered to
be the best luau on the island. Offered nightly from 5-8 p.m., the
luau features a delicious, all-you-can-eat buffet and world-class
entertainment. Guests at the Hyatt may purchase luau tickets at a
special discount. Contact the Hyatt concierge at 808-667-4727 to
reserve your seats at this uniquely Hawaiian evening of dining and

 “U GO MAUI” representatives can arrange all your island and inter-
 island activities at their hospitality desk next to the CSA registration
 desk. Special tours have been designed just for CSA registrants and
 their guests. Don’t miss the breakfast orientation briefing on Monday,
 January 19. Learn about the beautiful Valley Isle and the many
 exciting ways to experience it. Should you wish to reserve your
 activities or have any questions prior to your arrival on Maui,
 contact U Go Maui toll free 1-888-UGO-MAUI (888-846-6284)
 (ask for U Go Maui); E-mail
              CSA Hawaiian Seminar, January 19-23, 2009
              The Hyatt Regency, Ka’anapali Beach, Maui
                  MD DO CRNA AA RN PA                (Please circle one)
                  (for CME reporting)*

Phone (       )                     AANA Member No

                                         before Dec. 20                    after Dec. 20
❏ CSA Member                                 $575                              $625
❏ Non-Member                                 $645                              $695
❏ CRNA, AA, RN, PA                           $645                              $695
❏ Resident (verification from
    Training Chief Required)                  $350                            $380
❏ Retired CSA Member                          $350                            $380
    A continental breakfast for paid attendees is provided 7 – 8 a.m.,
    Monday – Friday. Attendees wishing to have their guests join them at
    breakfast may purchase guest breakfast passes at the CSA’s negotiated
    cost. Sorry, daily purchases are not available.
    Guest Breakfast Fee:                                       $125 per guest
                                                  (5 yrs and under no charge)
    Please provide the names of all guests for whom you are purchasing
    breakfast passes:
                               Guest Meal Total       $

                              GRAND TOTAL $
        No refunds for cancellations after December 20, 2008.
Please charge my:                         ❏ MasterCard                ❏ Visa
Card#                                                        Exp.Date
I authorize the California Society of Anesthesiologists to charge my
account for the registration and any indicated guest fee.
Register online at OR mail with check payable to:
               California Society of Anesthesiologists
      951 Mariner’s Island Blvd. #270, San Mateo, CA 94404
       650-345-3020 or 800-345-3691 FAX: 650-345-3269

    Disabled persons with special requirements should contact
           the CSA office 14 days prior to the meeting.

*If you provide your ABA number CSA will report CME credits earned at
this activity to the American Board of Anesthesiology. These credits will be
counted as Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment activities toward your
Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology (MOCA) requirement. Your
ABA number is an 8-digit number, typically beginning with 358. To obtain an
ABA number, visit and create a personal portal account.
               May 15-17, 2009
CSA Annual Meeting and Clinical Anesthesia Update
            Hyatt Regency Monterey

             October 26-30, 2009
           CSA Fall Hawaiian Seminar
         Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
              Poipu Beach, Kauai

              January 18–22, 2010
         CSA Winter Hawaiian Seminar
        Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa
             Ka’anapali Beach, Maui


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