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H2079 Section on Transport Medicine - Scientific Session

8 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for questions & answers
Sunday, October 21, 2012: 3:30 PM-4:20 PM
Room 211-213 (Morial Convention Center)
3:30 PM


Cerebral Perfusion During Vehicle Acceleration In Pediatric and Neonatal Emergency Transport
Michael Valente, MD, Children's Hospital Los Angeles; Lowe Calvin, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
3:40 PM


Workforce Survey of Pediatric Inter-Facility Transport Systems
Justinn M. Tanem, Medical College of Wisconsin; David T. Triscari, Medical College of Wisconsin; Melina D. Chan, M.D., University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; Michael T. Meyer, M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin
3:50 PM


Initiation of Inhaled Nitric OXIDE PRIOR to Transport Compared with After NICU Admission In Neonates with Pulmonary Hypertension: An Analysis of Outcomes
Nizar Abazid, Hospital for Sick Children; Fouad Abounahia, Hospital for Sick Children; Anuradha Kochar, Hospital for Sick Children; Hilary Whyte, Hospital for Sick Children; Kyong-Soon Lee, Hospital for Sick Children
4:00 PM


Practical Use of near Infrared Spectroscopy In a Pediatric Transport Population
Heather Carter, RN, BSN, WakeHealth; Jane Dunnagan, RRT, RCP, WakeHealth; Randy Edwards, NPS, RRT, RCP, WakeHealth; Scott Jamie, NPS, RRT, RCP, WakeHealth; Tammy Rush, RN, BSN, C-NPP, EMT, WakeHealth; Samuel Ajizian, MD, FAAP, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
4:10 PM


Using a Resource Allocation Decision-Support Tool to Increase Operational Efficiency for a Pediatric Interfacility Transport Team
David J. Mathison, Children's National Medical Center; Jennifer Schuette, Children's National Medical Center