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Session Details

Setting Patients Up to Succeed: Managing Perioperative Pain in the Opioid Tolerant Patient

Track: Podium: Clinical Practice

Session Number: S201
Date: Sun, May 31st, 2020
Time: 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Description:

I. Pre-Op Management of the Opioid Tolerant Patient
a. Pre-surgical screening in the surgeon’s office
i. Daily opioid usage, substance use/mis-use, ETOH
b. MD/NP Medical Clearance
i. Screening tools, Urine Toxicology
ii. Psychiatric and Social Worker consults
iii. Pre-op medication management: Tapering, Buprenorphine, etc.
c. Formulation of an individualized care plan, teamwork across disciplines
II. Intraoperative/Post-Operative Management
a. Surgical readiness and implementation
i. Thinking outside the box, ketamine, dexmedetomidine
ii. Regional blocks, non-pharmacological modalities
iii. Role of opioids, maximizing adjuvants
b. Case Studies
Sub-Categorization: Pain Management
Session Type: Podium

Learner Outcome: Apply evidence based principles to 'take away' strategies for practitioners to ensure safety and better outcomes for this vulnerable patient population.
Category: A
Sub-Categorization: Pain Management
Session Type: Podium

Learner Outcome: Apply evidence based principles to 'take away' strategies for practitioners to ensure safety and better outcomes for this vulnerable patient population.
Category: A

Speakers

Lead Presenter
Mary Kelly, NP, RN-C, ONC
Hospital for Special Surgery
Presenter 2
Deepa Maria Jose, ANP, GNP-BC

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