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CSA 2016 Annual Anesthesia Meeting & Workshops
Apr 14- Apr 17
Annual Anesthesia Meeting & Workshops,
Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf,
San Francisco, California


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Dates
Specialty Workshops:
April 14, 2016

Annual Anesthesia Meeting:
April 15-17, 2016


Location

San Francisco, California
Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf

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Early Discounted Registration:
Until March 30, 2016

Regular Registration:
March 31, 2016 - April 8, 2016

Onsite Registration After:
April 8, 2016

Onsite Registration will be available.

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Hotel Group Rates
The room rate is $269 per night for single or double (plus taxes).
Reserve rooms by March 22, 2016.

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Exhibit at This Event!

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Email Exhibits Manager, Stacey Siqueiros at SSiqueiros@csahq.org for more information.

We would like to thank this year's exhibitors:

Booth Company (click logos to visit the company websites)
1 Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals 
2 Qgenda, Inc.
3 The American Board of Anesthesiology 
4 CEP America
5 EzCall, A Kronos Solution
6 First Capitol Benefit Advisors, Inc.
7 The Medicines Company
17 Hospira www.hospira.com/en
18 Medaxion, Inc.
19 Merck
8 Anethesia Business Consultants, LLC   
9 B. BraunMedical Inc.  
10 Draeger Medical, Inc.  
11 Gauss Surgical, Inc.  
12 Halyard Health  
13 MedData, Inc.  
14 MedPro Group  
15 Mylan Inc.  
16 Preferred Physicians Medical  
20 The Doctors Company  
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Anesthesiology: More than intubating and propofol
By Daniel Orlovich, MD, PharmD

Editor’s Note:  Did you ever wonder what medical students think when they start their first anesthesia rotation?  It must seem overwhelming. Daniel Orlovich, then a fourth-year medical student at the University of California, Irvine, wrote down these observations about his first days on our side of the ether screen. For me, his essay is a great reminder of how remarkable everything looks through fresh eyes, and how every new task may be a learning experience. Dr. Orlovich is now about to begin his anesthesiology residency at Stanford. We hope he will keep us posted on his progress!

“How’s she doing?”

The attending anesthesiologist asked me that question about the intubated and unconscious patient on the operating room table.

“Well…”  I crossed my hands. Up to this point in medical school, every patient or parent I met was able to speak to me. But there was no chance I could ask this patient a question. I couldn’t even start an H & P.

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