Agenda:

DAY ONE (Thursday, March 15, 2007)

 Opening Activities:

Time

Items

Particulars

1400-2100

REGISTRATION

Bryan Center - Tours will be available of the Human Pharmacology Lab(including desaturation setup), The Human Simulator Lab, and the Duke Hospital Main Operating Room. For more information contact   Laraine Tuck 919-681-6472

1900-1910

Welcome Address Tuan Vo Dinh, PhD - Director of the Fitzpatrick Institue for Photonics, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University   -  Profile - Griffith Theater - Bryan Center

1910-1950

Key Note Address

Alfred Trautwein: Iron, an important element for life; the structure and function of hemoglobin- Griffith Theater - Bryan Center

2000-2100

Reception

FCIEMAS Lobby

  

DAY TWO (Friday, March 16, 2007)

 Lectures: (30 minutes each) - All lectures at Griffith Theater, Bryan Center unless otherwise noted

Time

Lecturer

Title

0800-0830

John W. Severinghaus, MD, PhD

History of little know details on the discovery of pulse oximetry

0835-0905 John Toffaletti, PhD Assessing the role of whole blood in oxygen transport

0910-0940

Paul D. Mannheimer, PhD

Physio-optics of the light-tissue interaction

0945-1015

Philip E. Bickler, MD, PhD

The effects of skin pigmentation in the optical path

1015-1035

BREAK

 

1035-1105

Neil R. MacIntyre, MD

Safety issues with monitoring devices in patient care: what are the parameters and variables

1110-1140

Kirk H. Shelley, MD, PhD

Photoplethysmography: beyond the calculation of SpO2 and pulse rate

1145-1215

Review of Morning Lectures

1210-1330

LUNCH BREAK

 

1330-1400

Nelson Claure, MSEE, PhD

Reduction of oxygen delivery and clinician time associated with closed loop control

1405-1435

Nan M. Jokerst, PhD

Sensor miniaturization and health surveillance system

1440-1510

Richard M. Langford, MD

Innovative oximetry sensors: clinical testing and use

1510-1530

BREAK

 

1530-1600

Patrick Eberhard, PhD

Design, use and results of cutaneous CO2 analysis: current and future directions

1605-1635

Julian M. Goldman, MD

Closed loop physiologic control: including the use of capnometry and pulse oximetry

1640-1730 PANEL DISCUSSION Advancing technology on the shoulders of past giants

1730-1845

Evening Activites

Poster Viewing Followed by Dinner in the Blue Express dining area, The Levine Science Research Center's Atrium (LSRC - see location tab for more
details).

Terry O'Connor, Discovery Everest Expedition Physician, reflects upon climbing the world's tallest mountain. See his amazing exploits during his expedition to the summit of Mt. Everest at the Discovery Channel website. Also see his bio and update.

DAY THREE (Saturday, March 17, 2007)

Lectures: (30 minutes each) - All lectures at Griffith Theater, Bryan Center unless otherwise noted

Time

Lecturer

Title

0800-0830 Takuo Aoyagi, PhD Multiwavelength Pulse Oximetry: The Future

0835-0905

Richard E. Moon, MD, MSc

Monitoring the physiologic response to changes in altitude

0910-0940

David B. MacLeod, MB, BS

Cerebral venous oximetry and simultaneous monitoring of total hemoglobin

0945-1015

Christine E. East, PhD

Oximetry of the fetus: intrapartum and following delivery

1015-1035

BREAK

 

1035-1125

Steven J. Barker, MD, PhD & Klaus Forstner, Dr med Dipl Ing

Detecting dyshemoglobins by pulse oximetry: methodology, uses, utility and validation

1130-1200 Hartmut Gehring, MD Hemoximetry as the gold standard?

1200-1320

LUNCH BREAK

 

1320-1350

Michael B. Jaffe, PhD

The ins and outs of capnometry: practice, evidence, risk and opportunities

1355-1425

Robert J. Kopotic, MSN, RRT

Optimizing conditions for acquisition of blood gas and pulse oximetry data in acute care

1430-1520

Allan Shang, MD, MSE & Michael T. Paterson, RRT

Effects of Motion on Oximetry probes: characterization and clinical significance

1520-1540

BREAK

 

1540-1610

Paul B. Batchelder, RRT

Maximizing the laboratory setting for testing medical devices and understanding statistical output

1615-1645

Sandy Weininger, PhD

Guidance for the manufacture and claims for use of oximeter and CO2 analyzers

1650-1740

PANEL DISCUSSION
Chaired by:
James R. Whetstone, Phd

Confirming the claimed accuracy and utility of medical devices

 

 

Invited Lecturers and Organizing Oversight for ISIAMOV-2007 Program

 

Invited Lecturers

Name

Position

Institution

Takuo Aoyagi, PhD   Nihon Kohden Corporation

Steven J. Barker, MD, PhD

Professor & Head of Anesthesiology; Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board and member of the Board of Directors

University of Arizona School of Medicine; Masimo Corporation

Paul B. Batchelder, RRT

Owner and Chief Clinical Officer

Clinimark

Philip E. Bickler, MD, PhD

Professor In Residence

University of California at San Francisco Medical Center

Nelson Claure, MSEE, PhD

Senior Research Scientist

University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital

Christine E. East, Phd

Director of the Perinatal Research Centre

The University of Queensland, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Patrick Eberhard, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer

Radiometer Basel

Klaus Forstner, Dr med Dipl Ing   Stuttgart Institute of Clinical Reserach

Hartmut Gehring, MD

Professor of Anesthesia

Medical School at the University of Lübeck

Julian M. Goldman MD

US national standards committee chair for physiologic closed loop controllers

Harvard School of Medicine

Michael B. Jaffee, PhD

Advanced Technology Projects Manager

Respironics Novametrix

Nan M. Jokerst, PhD

J.A. Jones Distinguished Professor of Electrical. and Computer Engineering

Duke University School of Engineering

Robert J. Kopotic, MSN, RRT

Director of Clinical Programs

ConMed Vital Signs Development Center

Richard Langford, MD

Director of the Anaesthetic Laboratory

William Harvey Research Institute, The London, Queen Mary's School of Medicine

Michael T. Petterson, RRT  VP, Clinical Research Masimo Corporation

Neil R. MacIntyre, MD

Interim Chief

Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care; Duke University School of Medicine

Paul D. Mannheimer, PhD

Chief Scientist

Nellcor/Tyco Healthcare

David B. MacLeod, MB, BS

Asst. Professor of Anesthesiology

Duke University Medical Center

Richard E. Moon, MD, MSc

Professor of Anesthesiology and Chief of the Division of Hyperbaric Biomedical Engineering and Pediatrics

Duke University School of Medicine

John W. Severinghaus, MD, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Anesthesiology

University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine

Allan B. Shang, MD, MSE

Asst. Professor of Anesthesiology; Senior Research Scientist at the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics

Duke University School of Medicine

Kirk H. Shelley, MD, PhD

Associate Professor and Medical Director, Ambulatory Anesthesia

Yale-New Haven Hospital

John Toffaletti, PhD

Professor of Pathology

Duke University of Medicine

Alfred X. Trautwein, PhD

Professor

Institute of Physics, University of Lübeck

Sandy Weininger, PhD Electrical Engineer US FDA Office of Science & Engineering Laboratories

James E. Whetstone, PhD

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

 

ORGANIZING OVERSIGHT

Name

Position

Institution

Ewald Konecny, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Past Director Department of Biotechnology

Medical University of Lübeck, Germany

Robert J. Kopotic, MSN, RRT, FAARC

Director of Clinical Programs

ConMed Vital Signs Development Center

Allan B. Shang, MD, MSE

Asst. Professor of Anesthesiology; Senior Research Scientist at the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics

Duke University School of Medicine

Sandy Weininger, PhD

Electrical Engineer

US FDA Office of Science & Engineering Laboratories

 

 

 





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