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2011 APSNA Scientific Meeting


May 19 - 22nd, 2011


For your review - the presentations from the 20th Annual American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association Conference held in Palm Desert California.


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Sofia Morales- Miranda, MSN, ARNP, PNP-BC


Support and Protection for G-tubes, Cecostomies, & Ostomies
Josh Adler OTR/L, ATP & Melia Leisten RN, CPNP


Developing a Clinical Pathway for Appendicitis
Natalie Walker MSN CRNP & Joy L/ Collins MD


Parent's Impressions of Their Child's Minor
Surgical Procedure with Nitrous Oxide

Tina Shapiro PhD, RN, ARNP, CNS


Unusual Pediatric Surgical Case Studies
Cathleen Goodsell MSN, RN, PNP-BC & Natalie Walker MSN, RN, PNP-BC


Pediatric PICC Insertion and Modified Seldinger Technique
Darcy Doellman RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC


Clinical Updates in Pediatric Surgical Infections

Elizabeth Farrington, Pharm.D., FCCP, FCCM, FPPAG, BCPS

Perioperative Orientation: The New Normal

Christine E Smith, RN, MSN, CNOR

Abnormalities of Intestinal Rotation in Association with Congenital Heat Disease and Heterotaxy Syndrome
Raji Koppolu, RN, BSN, MS, CPNP


Neonatal and Pediatric Nutrition
Considerations for Repair and Growth

Christina J. Valentine M.D.,M.S.,R.D.


Global Pediatric Injury Care

David P. Mooney, M.D., M.P.H.


Strategies for the Treatment and Prevention of Central Venous Catheter Infections

Eunice Huang, MD, MS


Challenging Enteral Access

Marcus Jarboe, MD


Challenging Feeding Access

Lynne Farber MSN, CPNP


Hepatoprotective Therapies for TPN-Associated Cholestasis

Robert A. Cowles, M.D.


The Use of Enteral Fish Oil in Patients with TPN Cholestasis

Margaret Helin, MS, RN, CPNP


Transitioning The Child To Home Care

Neil Ead, MSN, CPNP


Autologous Intestinal Reconstructive Surgery (AIRS)

Tom Jaksic M.D., Ph.D.


Child with Extreme Loss of Intestine: Ethical Care

Abigail E. Martin, MD NOTE: file is 7 megs


Gastric Stimulation for Treatment of Patient With Pseudo-obstruction

Steven Teich, M.D.