MAPS: Academic Initiatives

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Surgical tissue model for airway complications.

Anesthesiology Simulation faculty have engaged in product development including a few patenting and commercialization efforts. In addition, our faculty has been active in submitting abstracts, presentations and journal articles.

Publications

Grissom TE, Farmer JC. The provision of sophisticated critical care beyond the hospital: Lessons from physiology and military experiences that apply to civil disaster medical response.  Crit Care Med 2005; 33:S13-21, 

Nagy P, George I, Bernstein W, Caban J, Klein R , Mezrich R,  Park A., RadioFrequency Identification Systems Technology in the Surgical Setting.  Surgical  Innovation 2006; 13 (1):  61-67.

Nagy P, Konewko R, Warnock M, Bernstein W, Seagull J, Xiao Y, George I, Park A.  Novel, web-based, information exploration approach for improving operating room logistics and system processes.  Surgical Innovation 2008; 15 (1):  7-16.

Grissom TE, Dukatz A, Kordylewski HA, Dutton RP. Bring out your data: the evolution of the National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry (NACOR). International Journal of Computational Methods and Algorithms in Medicine, 2011; 2:51-69.

Shere-Wolfe R, Galvagno S, Grissom TE. Critical care considerations in the management of the trauma patient following initial resuscitation. Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation, and Emergency Management, 2012; 20:68. 

Abstracts

Bernstein W, George I,  Abrishamchian A, Klein R, Brown J.  The use of CT generated 3D models fused with TEE in the complex cardiac procedure:  Helping clinicians experience anatomic anomaly in a virtual reality environmentAnesth Analg 2006; April supp.  SCA 91.

Caban J, Bernstein W, George I, and Park A.   Registration of 3D Volumes and Echocardiography Images for Training Purposes.  The Proceedings of Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 15, Long Beach, California 2007.

Bernstein W, Moche J, Meyer T, George I, Mastrangelo M, and Park A.  Virtual 3D Multidisciplinary Anatomic Review of Complex Upper Airway for Pre-Procedural Planning and Clinical Education.  The Proceedings of Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 15, Long Beach, California 2007.

Caban J, Bernstein W, Shats I, George I and Park A.  3D Virtual Reality Stereoscopic Multimodal Imaging in the Complex Cardiothoracic Patient.  The Proceedings of Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 15, Long Beach, California  2007.

Bernstein, Wendy K, George Ivan, Brown James M and Park Adrian E.   Understanding Single Lung Isolation in the Era of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery .  Anesth Analg 2007; 104:  SCA 74.

Bernstein W, Moche J, Meyer T, George I and Park A.  Virtual 3D Multidisciplinary Anatomic Review of Complex Upper Airway for Pre-Procedural Planning and Clinical Education. Anesth  Analg 2007; 104(3S):  S23.

Bernstein W, Moshe J, Meyer T, George I, Masterangelo M, Park A.  3D VR Preoperative Imaging of Complex Upper Airway Anatomy .  Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , Volume 137 , Issue 2 , Pages P148 - P148 2007. 

Hu P, Spearman J, Xiao Y, Yan K, Jin L, Wu JP,  Seebode S, Gagliano D, Scalea T and International Telemedicine Group. Deploying a international telemedicine system in a major active earthquake zone. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 24:S165, 2009.

Yeatts D, Grissom TE, Dutton R, et al. Video laryngoscopy does not improve outcomes in emergency intubation. Crit Care Med 37:A455, 2009.

DuKatz A, Dutton R, Martz D, Grissom T, Rock P. The value of dual charting in AIMS adaptation. Presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Oct 2011

Grissom TE, Cherry S, Chang C, Chang W, Hu P. Statistical process control and airway management training: inter-rater reliability with and without the use of control lines. Presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Oct 2011

Cherry S, Grissom TE. Improving Airway Management Skills: A Novel Approach to Non-Anesthesia Resident Education. Presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Oct 2011

Bernstein W, Schriebman D, Murphy K, Zellhoffer C and George I. MHSRS-12-321-Creation Of A Realistic Simulated Model For Airway Fire Training. Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS).  August 2012.

Bernstein W, Schriebman D, Fahey J, Murphy K, Zellhoffer C and George I. MHSRS-12-321-Creation Of A Realistic Simulated Model For obstetrical emergencies and simultaneous neonatal resuscitation.  . Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS).  August 2012

Bernstein WK, Schreibman, D., Zhu, Y, George I, Zellhofer, C and Murphy, K.  Where there is smoke, there is fire.  Anesthesia and Analgesia  A1167.  The 2012 Annual Meeting of American Society of Anesthesiology.  Washington, DC..  October 2012.

Audio/Video/CD-Rom

Bernstein WK.  Video presentation International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Meeting.  Boston, MA.  May 2012. 

Bernstein WK.  Role of simulation to stratify learners by skill level.  ACPE Leape Ahead Webinar.  Meeting number 739 974 071.  September 18, 2012.

Presentations

Bernstein WK and Brown JM.  Distributed Team Coordination.  OR of the Future Retreat: Telemedicine and Advanced Technologies Research Command.  Sykesville, Maryland 2004.

Bernstein WK.  Clinical Perspectives.  2nd Annual OR of the Future Retreat.  TATRC: Telemedicine and Advanced Technologies Research Command.  Annapolis, Maryland 2005. 

Grissom TE. The Role of Simulation in Surgical and Military Medical Training. Presented at Surgical Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, Oct 2005.

Grissom TE. Simulation Training for the Military Medic. Presented at the Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Workgroup Annual Meeting, Nov 2005.

Grissom TE. Clinical Considerations in the Early Movement of a Combat Casualty. Presented at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 35th Critical Care Congress, Jan 2006. 

Bernstein, Wendy K, George Ivan, Brown James M and Park Adrian E.   Understanding Single Lung Isolation in the Era of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery.  Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiology Montreal, Canada 2007.

Bernstein WK.  Perioperative Communication .  4th Annual OR of the Future Retreat.  TATRC: Telemedicine and Advanced Technologies Research Command.  Columbia 2007.

Grissom TE. Role of Simulation in Trauma Training. Presented at Special Topics in Trauma, Nov 2007

Grissom TE: The Good, the Bad, and the Very, Very Ugly: Videolaryngoscopy in the Management of the Trauma Airway. Presented at Grand Rounds, Mayo Scottsdale, Phoenix, AZ, Jan 2010. 

Grissom TE. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Airway Management: Role of Videolaryngoscopy in Routine and Emergent Airway Management, Presented at Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb 2010.

Grissom TE. The Future is Here: Simulation-Based Airway Management Training. Presented at 4th Annual Maryland Committee on Trauma Symposium, Apr 2010.

Grissom TE: Videolaryngoscopy in the Management of the Trauma Airway: Con. Presented at the 16th Annual San Antonio Trauma Symposium, San Antonio, TX, September 2010.

Grissom TE: Airway Management Course: Videolaryngoscopy with the Glidescope. Presented at the 16th Annual San Antonio Trauma Symposium, San Antonio, TX, September 2010.

Grissom TE: Integration of Human Patient Simulation in Usability Testing: When Worlds Collide. Presented at the 11th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), New Orleans, January 2011.

Bernstein, WK.  The use of CT generated 3D models fused with TEE in the complex cardiac procedure:  Helping clinicians experience anatomic anomaly in a virtual reality environment. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiology,   San Diego California. February, 2011.

Grissom TE. Airway Management in the ICU for the Non-Anesthesiologist, Grand Rounds, Chester River Hospital Center, Jul 2011

Grissom TE. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Airway Management: Role of Videolaryngoscopy in Routine and Emergent Airway Management, Presented at the Colorado Trauma and Critical Care Annual Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, 26-27 Aug 2011.

Grissom TE. Taking the ICU into the Operating Room: Septic Shock in the Perioperative Environment, Presented at the Colorado Trauma and Critical Care Annual Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, 26-27 Aug 2011.

Grissom TE. Things are Crazy in the Emergency Department: Management of the Agitated Patient. Presented at Special Topics in Trauma, Oct 2011.

Bernstein WK, Hong, C, Walker, A., and Schreibman D.  Reality Bites.  Challenging Cases.  The 2011 Annual Meeting of American Society of Anesthesiology.  Chicago, Illinois. 2011.

Bernstein WK3D Virtual Reality Stereoscopic Multimodal Imaging in the Complex Cardiothoracic Patient.  Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) 15 conference.  Long Beach, California. February, 2012.

Bernstein WK.  Simulation and Team Training.  Ministry of Health, Rio de Janeiro. Baltimore, Maryland.  January 2012, February 2012. 

Bernstein WK and Grissom T. I Know the Patient Survived, But How Did I Do?  2012 ACGME Annual Educational Conference. Orlando, FL. March 2012. 

Bernstein WK and Schreibman D.   Royal College of Surgeons:   Airway Fire.  Baltimore, Maryland May 2012. 

Bernstein WK, Schreibman D, Zhu Y, Carter Chase S and George IM.  The development of an anesthesia criterion-referenced assessment tool to stratify learners by skill level.  International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Meeting.  Boston, Massachusetts.  May 2012.   

Bernstein W, Schriebman D, Murphy K, Zellhoffer C and George I.  Creation Of A Realistic Simulated Model For Airway Fire Training. Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS).  Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  August 2012.

Bernstein W, Schriebman D, Fahey J, Murphy K, Zellhoffer C and George I.  Creation Of A Realistic Simulated Model For Obstetrical Emergencies and Neonatal Resuscitation. Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS).  Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  August 2012.