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Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists 2019 Annual Meeting

Hyatt Regency - Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
May 18 - May 21, 2019

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41st Annual Meeting & Workshops Schedule

The 41st Annual Meeting & Workshops offers the latest education in anesthesiology research and advancements. With an enticing mix of sessions focusing on clinical dilemmas, techniques, innovations, and practice management, you choose how to make the most of this time for your professional development. Participate in hands-on, small-group, and didactic session formats to learn in the best environment for you. Whether a beginner or an expert, the SCA Annual Meeting has educational content for you!

Exhibits and Sponsorship Information

Exhibiting at this SCA meeting offers you concentrated exposure to more than 1,200 attendees who are specialized physicians and trainees in the research and treatment of patients undergoing cardiovascular and thoracic procedures.

41st Annual Meeting & Workshops | Saturday, May 18 - Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Hyatt Regency Chicago | Chicago, IL

Exhibiting at this SCA meeting offers you concentrated exposure to more than 1,200 attendees who are specialized physicians and trainees in the research and treatment of patients undergoing cardiovascular and thoracic procedures.

SCA appreciates the support of our exhibitors and sponsors and the success you bring to the meeting. We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

A cardiovascular anesthesiologist is a physician who specializes in providing anesthesia care for patients undergoing either cardiac (heart), thoracic (lungs) or vascular (blood vessels) surgery. As a physician, your anesthesiologist spent four years in medical school, and another four years training to provide anesthesia during surgery.

Cardiovascular anesthesiologists often spend another 1-2 years learning the particular field of cardiac and/or vascular anesthesia. Hospitals that specialize in cardiac, thoracic or vascular surgery often have teams that specialize in doing just these types of surgery. The specialized teams consist of surgeons, anesthesiologists, operating room nurses, and the intensive care unit staff.

Your anesthesiologist will review all of the medical information that your other physicians have collected about you, everything about your medical history and the diagnostic tests that you have had. Anesthesiologists in particular will want to know many details about your smoking history, the medications you take on a regular basis and any over-the-counter, herbal, or vitamin supplements you take.

Your anesthesiologist will discuss with you which of your medications you should take or did take the morning of surgery. They will also ask about any alcohol use/abuse, and any personal or family history of bad reactions to anesthesia (high fevers or a long time waking up), or nausea or vomiting you may have had in the past after anesthesia.

Because the anesthesiologist will most likely be using a breathing tube to help control your breathing during surgery, he or she will want to know about any history of jaw surgery, limitation of mouth-opening, or problems with placing breathing tubes in you in the past (called "difficult intubation"). Your anesthesiologists will want to know if you have any trouble swallowing solid foods, as this may be associated with problems using a certain monitor during surgery.

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