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Saturday OCTOBER 11S1109 Is There a Doctor in the House?Responding to Emergencies in Public PlacesConvention Center, 29 ABStudents, residents, and seasoned clinicians areconstantly exposed to sophisticated technology andexpensive medical equipment. Most are comfortablemanaging patients in a full-service, modern hospitalbut lack training and experience as first respondersto an emergency outside the clinical environment.This session will help clinicians understand first-aidtechniques and strategies to manage an injury orillness “in the field,” without state-of-the-art tools.Case scenarios will include a variety of medicalemergencies, minor injuries, and life-threateningtrauma, involving toddlers, teens, and seniorcitizens. The approach to multiple victims, ethicalissues, and legal considerations will be reviewed.Maria Carmen Diaz, MD, FACEP, FAAP; Amy Thompson, MDS1110 A Probiotics, Prebiotics andSynbiotics: Which “Biotic” Is Appropriatefor Children?➤➤Repeats as S2112Convention Center, 30 DEProbiotics, prebiotics, and now synbiotics havebecome ubiquitous in supplement products, infantformulas, food products, and other consumerproducts. Parents are increasingly askingpediatricians about what types of products canbe used for children, as well as indications andcontraindications. This session will review thecurrent Cochrane review on these products forcommon pediatric indications, as well as consensusstatements from professional organizations.Specific advice regarding dosing, indications, andproduct storage and safety will also be reviewed.Michael Cabana, MD, FAAPS1111 T Ouch!: Overuse Injuries in YoungAthletes➤➤Repeats as S2146Convention Center, 32This session will review the anatomy and physiologyof pediatric apophyseal plates and secondaryossification centers with an emphasis on the rolesof rapid growth and overuse as risk factors forthese injuries. Faculty will also provide a clinicalpresentation of common apophyseal injuries andwhat to expect on history and physical examination.The consideration of need for imaging with specificinjuries; review of treatment measures and return toplay; and prevention strategies will be discussed.Joel Brenner, MD, MPH, FAAP; Teri McCambridge, MD, FAAPS1112 Follow-Up Care For The NICUGraduateConvention Center, 28 EThis session will cover a number of topics criticalto the follow-up of graduates of the neonatalintensive care unit (NICU). Discussion will includenutritional needs, increased risks for respiratorydisease, developmental outcome, eligibilityfor early intervention services and more.Raye-Ann DeRegnier, MD, FAAPS1113 RSV: The New Knowledge &Evolving GuidanceConvention Center, 30 ABCRecent studies provide fresh insight into theseasonality of RSV, the changing incidence ofbronchiolitis hospitalizations, the pharmacokineticsof palivizumab, the risk of RSV hospitalization asa function of gestational age, RSV mortality ratesand relative cost versus benefit. Based on thisnew data, AAP Guidance for use of palivizumabwas updated in August 2014. During this session,the updated AAP Guidelines as well as thebasis for these changes will be discussed.H. Cody Meissner, MD, FAAPWORKSHOP2:00pm – 3:30pmW1114 T THands-on RheumatologyWorkshop for the Pediatrician➤➤Repeats as W1150Convention Center, 11 AParticipants will have a brief formal presentationand demonstration of a pediatric musculoskeletalexamination with an emphasis on the findings seenin the pediatric rheumatic diseases. Participants thenwill be divided into groups and rotate through stationswith patients and facilitators to practice and reinforcetheir skills. Each patient will emphasize a differentaspect of the examination and diagnostic issues.Karen Marzan, MD, FAAPSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT3:00pm – 3:45pmF1115 ACOs and Health InformationTechnology: Sink or SwimConvention Center, 29 CDThis program is designed to help practitionersunderstand how to use technology related tothe growth of accountable care organizations(ACOs) in their practice, primarily the electronichealth record (EHR), to reduce costs and improveaccess to care, through better collection, analysis,and reporting of data. It will focus on currentrequirements for accountable care, including qualityand cost reporting, and include a discussion on“meaningful use” and “patient-centered medicalhome” (PCMH) accreditation requirements.Timothy Johnson, DO, MMM, FAAPF1116 Drug Shortages: Why Do TheyHappen? How Long Will They Last? WhatCan I Do?Convention Center, 24The frequent interruption of drug supply, especiallypediatric formulations, has had an increasinglynegative impact on the ability of clinicians todeliver high-quality care. Awareness of a nationalshortage and its expected duration will helppediatricians modify their prescribing patterns tominimize the impact on their patients. This sessionwill explain some of the reasons for these shortages,how to find out about present or upcomingshortages, and plans to mitigate these issues.Erica Radden, MDF1117 The Sleep-Obesity Connection➤➤Repeats as F2162Convention Center, 28 ABThis is primarily a didactic session with opportunityto ask questions of a noted expert in sleepmedicine and obesity. The faculty will addresswhat is currently known about the connectionbetween sleep and obesity and how pediatricianscan use this information to help their patients.Elsie Taveras, MD, FAAPF1118 What We REALLY Know AboutMilitary Kids and Their FamiliesConvention Center, 9This session will describe the research collectedover the last 10 years on US military families,including the health and mental health effects ofdeployment on service members, their spouses,and their children. Guidance for translating theresearch into practice will be discussed.Patricia Lester, MD46 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 11SaturdayF1119 A Public Health Approach to SuicidePrevention➤➤Repeats as F2095Convention Center, 10Adolescent suicide has received increasing attentionin recent years. Increased awareness of depressionin youth and the growing appreciation of the effectsof bullying have made it a public health priority. Thissession will describe the factors most commonlyassociated with youth suicide attempts, evidencebasedmethods of suicide prevention, and ways thatpediatricians can promote a public health approachto reducing this serious behavioral health problem.Jeff Bridge, PhDF1120 Childhood Hearing Impairment:Therapeutic Breakthroughs for a SilentEpidemicConvention Center, 27Despite universal newborn hearing screening, delaysin intervention for childhood hearing impairment leadto significant developmental and societal costs. Earlyidentification holds the key to success for existingaural habilitative interventions and exciting newtreatments on the short- and long-term horizon.Dylan Chan, MD, PhDSECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAM3:45pm – 5:30pmH1130 Joint Surgical ProgramInfantile Hemangiomas: When to Treat andHow?Marriott Marquis, Marriott Hall 33:45pm3:50pm4:15pm4:40pm4:50pm5:30pmIntroductionDavid Darrow, MD, DDS, FAAPInfantile Hemangiomas: Etiology,Epidemiology, Clinical Presentation,and Nonsurgical ManagementBeth Drolet, MDInfantile Hemangiomas: Laser Therapyand Surgical TreatmentGresham Richter, MDQuestion and Answer SessionInfantile Hemangiomas: CasePresentationsBeth Drolet, MD; Steven Fishman, MD, FAAP;Daniel Neely, MD; Gresham Richter, MDReceptionSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT4:00pm – 4:45pmF1122 Evaluation and Management of theChild with Suspected Thyroid Disease:Beyond the Basics!CCRepeats from F1036Convention Center, 28 CDHarvey Chiu, MDF1123 How Do I Improve Screening forSexually Transmitted Infections in MyPractice?CCRepeats from F1069Convention Center, 9Gale Burstein, MD, MPH, FAAPF1124 School Violence and the Role of thePediatricianConvention Center, 24This session will define school violence, reviewtrends in school violence, and provide tools toaddress school violence in practice and in partnershipwith schools and public health agencies.Robert Sege, MD, PhD, FAAPF1125 Diagnosis and Management ofC difficile Infections, Including FecalTransplantCCRepeats from F1037Convention Center, 26David Haslam, MDF1126 Flat Heads: Evaluation andManagementConvention Center, 8The Back to Sleep campaign has been remarkablysuccessful in preventing sudden infant deathsyndrome (SIDS) but has created a cohort of childrenwith positional plagiocephaly. Pediatricians are thefirst to see this problem in the office, and need todecide whether the misshapen skull is the resultof sleep position or other pathology. Managementcan be very confusing. This session will helpattendees sort through this common conundrum!Gerald Grant, MDPOINT-COUNTERPOINT4:00pm – 5:00pmD1129 Sweet Nothings: Are Non-NutritiveSweeteners a Safe Bet to Recommend toYour Pediatric Patients?Convention Center, 30 ABCTopics reviewed will include animal and humandata on concerns about cancer and non-nutritivesweeteners, emerging data on taste preferencesand how this intersects with the exposure tonon-nutritive sweeteners, correlation data onobesity and non-nutritive sweeteners, and howthis issue might be addressed in the future. Thedebate will focus on our current understandingof the pros and cons associated with use ofthese substances in pediatric populations, aswell as gaps that remain in our understandingof their effects in childhood and adolescence.PRO: E. Cindy Fitch, PhD, RDCON: Susan Swithers, PhDAUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSION4:00pm – 5:30pmA1133 Skin Spots, Brain SpotsConvention Center, 33Does that child have a rash or nevus, or perhapssomething more complicated that also is in his orher brain. Identify the hallmarks of neurocutaneousdisorders, such as neurofibromatosis, tuberoussclerosis, Sturge-Weber, ataxia-telangectasia,and PHACES (posterior fossa malformations,hemangiomas, arterial anomalies, cardiac defects,eye abnormalities, sternal cleft and supraumbilicalraphe) syndrome. Learn how to diagnose andtreat these children in your practice, when toorder genetic tests, and when to consult.Paul Fisher, MD, FAAP; Sonia Partap, MD, FAAPA1134 Heart MurmursCCRepeats from A1043Convention Center, 31Shaji Menon, MD, FAAPA1135 The Child with Motor Disability:Detection, Diagnosis, and ManagementConvention Center, 25This session will provide an interactive format toreview an algorithmic approach to the recognitionand workup of children with motor problems. Usingcases, a systems-based approach to the commonproblems of children with neuromotor disorderswill be presented and discussed with attendees.Nancy Murphy, MD, FAAP; Garey Noritz, MD, FAAPDAILY SCHEDULE SAT$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org 47

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