CiDA 2018  | NOVEMBER 1-2, 2018

SoDA 2018 | OCTOBER 31, 2018

The Marriott Marquis, Washington, D.C.

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Simulation of Dialysis Access (SoDA)

Vascular Access Simulation Training

The annual SoDA course is an intensive, interactive, innovative, half-day learning opportunity that takes place prior to the start of CiDA. Designed to address the increasing challenges associated with vascular access technique and decision making, SoDA teaches improved, surgical and interventional skills, aiming to enhance physician decision making. Modeled in-part after the airlines approach to improve flight safety, SoDA explores best practices in dialysis access to reduce complications. Attend SoDA for a memorable experience that is sure to change the way you think about and practice dialysis access procedures.

 

Course Directors

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Ingemar Davidson, M.D., Ph.D.
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA
Dr.Dolmatch
Bart L. Dolmatch, M.D., FSIR
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Mountain View, CA

 

SIMULATION STATIONS

 

SoDA STATIONS WEDNESDAY Oct 31

12:00 – 1:00 PM     Registration

12:50 – 12:55 PM   Welcome and Introduction

1:00 – 5:00 PM       Start rotations

 

Station 1

PD Catheter Placement Simulation: Using an abdominal torso with artificial internal organs the trans-rectus muscle PD catheter is placed in a realistic simulated procedure. Additional procedures including fluoroscopically guided PD catheter placement will be addressed. Faculty: Drs. Hathaway and Hohmann

 

Station 2

Sedation and Blocks: Supra and infra-Clavicular blocks for dialysis access anesthesia using a simulation and video demonstration of the anatomical detail for navigating safe needle insertion. Faculty: Drs. Dolmatch and Kelner

 

Station 3

How is Dialysis Done?  Demo machine, with live patients. The complete hemo-dialysis procedure steps are shown in this simulated demonstration of machine setting and blood flow measurements. This station will display the hemodialysis machine components and function, blood pump speeds, access recirculation, arterial and venous pressure, needle types and size related to pump speed, Hemodialysis Monitor Demonstration, evaluate the access flow for high output cardiac failure. Patients with access will undergoing physical examination. Faculty: Dr. Beathard and Ms. O’Rear and Brewer

 

 

Station 4

Cannulation Simulation: Ultrasound Guided at flow rate of 450-500 ml/min into a Simulator Arm loop graft that is cannulated with two needles using. Faculty: Drs. Inston and Khawaja

 

Station 5

Ultrasound Vascular Mapping: Using live subjects and patients with functioning vascular access.  Pre-Operative vessel mapping and postoperative follow up, the vascular anatomy and blood flow are used to discuss the options for the appropriate action guided by the specific findings. Faculty: Dr. Lok and Ms. Bartley

 

Station 6

PTA and Beyond: Plain Old Balloon Angioplasty, Mechanically modified PTA balloons, and Drug Coated Balloons. Case-based approach to Juxta-anastomotic and Cephalic Arch stenosis with technique, sizing, and other technical details to achieve optimal PTA outcomes. Faculty: Drs. Hull and Trerotola

 

Station 7

Stent Graft Simulation in AV Access: Responsible on-label stent graft use.  Hands-on experience in a series of simulated AV access anatomies using simulated fluoroscopy/angiography/road mapping, with recreated touch-and-feel during stent graft placement (haptics). Faculty: Drs Haskal and Saad and Simulator Technical Team

 

Station 8

Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) and AV Access Angiography: Hands-on simulator experience, with training in techniques and diagnostic uses of IVUS as an adjunct for AV access intervention. Faculty: Dr. Patel

 

Station 9

AV Vascular Anastomosis: Suturing techniques including Endo Vascular techniques. Faculty: Drs. Gilbert, Hull and Jones

         

Station 10

The ‘Crystal Ball’: The future of Dialysis Access. Faculty: Dr. Ross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PROGRAM AGENDA (ROTATION SCHEDULE)

IMG 1145    IMG 1164

 

IMG 1151    IMG 1142

 

 

SoDA Program

Attendees will experience each simulation station for 20 minutes, then rotate to the next station.

 

12:00 p.m.   Registration

 

12:30 p.m.   Welcome Remarks

 

12:35 p.m.    Hands-On Simulation I

 

12:55 p.m.    Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

1:00 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation II

 

1:20 p.m.      Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

1:25 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation III

 

1:45 p.m.      Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

1:50 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation IV

 

2:10 p.m.      Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

2:15 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation V

 

2:35 p.m.      Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

2:40 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation VI

 

3:00 p.m.      Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

3:05 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation VII

 

3:25 p.m.      Attendees Rotate to Next Station

 

3:30 p.m.      Hands-On Simulation VIII

 

3:50 p.m.      Simulation Adjourns 

 

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