Abstracts

 Don't miss the Professor's Poster Rounds on Monday, May 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the Lullwater I & II Ballroom.

1 The Safety of Nurse-Led Sedation Service for Auditory Brain Response Testing with Chloral Hydrate Safety of Nurse-Led Sedation Service for Auditory Brain Response Testing with Chloral Hydrate
2 Ketamine Sedation & Hypoxia: A Quality Improvement Project to reduce hypoxia rates requiring intervention.
3 Anticholinergic use in pediatric procedural sedation: a report from the Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium.
4 Prolonged Sedation and Delayed Recovery Associated with Hypotensive Events in Patients Receiving Dexmedetomidine for MRI
5 Chloral hydrate use in the dexmedetomidine era
6 Adverse Event Rate in Sedation for Botulism Toxin Injection in Pediatric Patients with Spasticity
7 Vacation Sedation: Improving the experience of procedural sedation in the pediatric emergency department
8 Sedation and Intravenous Immunoglobulin (IVIG) Infusion Reactions in Kawasaki Disease Patients
9 Better Pairing Propofol Volume with Procedural Needs: A Propofol Waste Reduction Quality Improvement Project
10 Population pharmacodynamic modelling of the sedative effect of propofol infusion and effect site concentration in children
11 Trends and Outcomes in Pediatric Procedural Sedation from 2012-2017 A Report from the Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium
12 Sedations for opthalmologic procedures result in difficult recoveries and longer recovery times
13 Development of Consensus Based Pediatric Sedation Satisfaction Tool
14 Procedural Satisfaction: A Systematic Review
15 Pediatric Sedation Service with a Nurse Driven Nitrous Oxide Progam
16 Measures of Efficiency and Timeliness in high-performance pediatric sedation programs: initial results from a survey of Society for Pediatric Sedation (SPS) institutional members
17 Promoting safety in pediatric procedural sedation: results from a survey of Society for Pediatric Sedation institutional members
18 Development of a Process to Recognize Pediatric Sedation Centers of Excellence
19 Gastric Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) at the Time of Procedural Sedation in the Pediatric Emergency Department: Often “Full Stomach” Despite the Wait
20 Sedation Algorithm Revisions
21 Safety and efficacy of propofol-based procedural sedation in children with cerebral palsy undergoing botulinum toxin A injections
22 Procedural Sedation for MRI: Experience From the Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium
23 Sedation and Neurotoxicity: An Analysis of an at Risk Pediatric Population
24 Nasogastric Tube Placement Bundle Using Anxiolysis and Multimodal Analgesia
25 Nothing to Sneeze At: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Intranasal Fentayl Use
26 An Interdisciplinary Team Approach to Sedations for Spinraza Intrathecal Injections in Patients with Spinal Muscular AtrophyÂ
27 Dexmedetomidine for refractory suffering at end-of-life
28 Novel Approach to Teaching Maneuvers for Relieving Sedation-Related Laryngospasm
29 Improving patient and family experience in pediatric procedural sedation: results from a survey of Society for Pediatric Sedation institutional members
30 Simulation of a New Sedated Procedure Improves Caregiver Confidence and System Readiness
31 Retrospective Review of Indications and Diagnostic Yield of Brain MRI with Sedation/Anesthesia in Children Younger than 3 Years of Age
32 Electronic Quality Improvement System Improves Anesthesia Adverse Events Reporting Compliance
33 Demographic characteristics of high-performance pediatric sedation programs: initial results from a survey of Society for Pediatric Sedation institutional members
34 Feasibility of Pediatric Procedural Sedation in a Limited-Resource Setting: Successes and Challenges
35 Procedural Sedation for Imaging of Cervical Spine Immobilized Trauma Patients at a Pediatric Trauma Center
36 Case Based Simulation Education as a Tool to Improve Sedation Practice and Confidence in the Emergency Department
37 Propofol-Associated Priapism in a Prepubescent Pediatric Patient

 

 

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