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Presentations 2009

Miracle on Ice Presentations 2009

On Dec. 3 & 4, 2009, Minneapolis Heart Institute® was host to many cardiologists, intensivists, emergency physicians, nurses, pharmacists, EMS personnel, and cath lab teams from 65 institutions throughout the U.S. who learned about therapeutic hypothermia for the treatment of cardiac arrest patients at its Miracle on Ice conference.

  • Current State of Resuscitation: Scope of the Problem Nationally (Karl Kern, MD, Arizona Heart Institute)
  • Therapeutic Hypothermia & the Minneapolis Heart Institute Experience: the Process, the Measurements and the Team (Michael Mooney, MD and Barbara Tate Unger, RN, Minneapolis Heart Institute)
  • Field Resuscitation (Paul Satterlee, MD, Abbott Northwestern Hospital)
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Present Practice and Future Directions (Roger White, MD, Mayo Clinic)
  • NeuroCritical Care (William Parham, III, MD, Abbott Northwestern’s Intensivist Program)
  • Drug Metabolism and Neuromonitoring during Therapeutic Hypothermia (David Seder, MD, Tufts University School of Medicine and Main Medical Center)
  • Neuroprognostication and Resuscitation Targets after Cardiac Arrest (David Seder, MD, Tufts University School of Medicine and Main Medical Center)
  • Rhythms and Schock Strategies (Robert Hauser, MD, Minneapolis Heart Institute)
  • Rhythm Changes during Hypothermia: Incidence of Internal Cardiac Defibrillators Placement (William Katsiyiannis, MD, Minneapolis Heart Institute)
  • Cardiogenic Shock: Treatment during Hypothermia State (Kevin Graham, MD, Minneapolis Heart Institute)
  • Transferring STEMI & Cardiac Arrest Patients: Not all Cardiac Arrests take place in Minneapolis (Michael Mooney, MD, and Barbara Tate Unger, RN, Minneapolis Heart Institute)
  • Patients, Methods and Monitoring (David Greer, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital)
  • Making it Happen: Implementing a Hypothermia Protocol & Experiences from the Real World (Benjamin Abella, MD, Mphil, University of Pennsylvania)
  • It’s Not Over: Post ICU Care and Neurological Rehabilitation and Care Plan, Care Flow and the Family (Karl Sandin, MD, Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute and Anita Anthony, RN, Minneapolis Heart Institute)