KSAP/관련 학술일정


2014 KSAP Refresher Course for Residents

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일정 2014-08-30 ~ 2014-08-30
장소 Main building, Korea University College of Medicine

An intensive refresher course will be given to residents.
Here, we prepared many lectures focusing on the hot topics related to anesthetic pharmacology. In particular, a workshop for simulation is also developed, aiming to improve the skill for predicting concentration and effects of anesthetic agents and others.
Also, a refresher course is prepared for nurses in recoveries this year.
The lectures are constructed with characters of anesthetic pharmacology and fundamentals of inspection tools.
Active participation is encouraged and expected.

Date and time: August 30, 2014
Venue: Main building, Korea University College of Medicine
             • Residents: Room 418
             • Simulation workshop: Room 416 (Room Name : Choi Jongwook)
             • Nurses: Room 320 (Room Name : Choi Dukkyung)

Early registration: July 1 - August 20, 2014
         ※ available on web-site(www.ksap.co.kr)
Registration fee: ※ 50% discount will be applied to regular member in 2014
             • Lecture: Early registration ₩ 20,000 / On-site registration ₩ 30,000
             • Simulation workshop: ₩ 50,000
             • Nurses: Early registration ₩ 20,000 / On-site registration ₩ 30,000

CME (continuing medical education) credit accredited by the KMA (Korean Medical Association): 6 point 
※ Only for residents course(Room 418)

※ Please note that this CME credit score can be changed according to the decision of the KMA.

Simulation workshop
- A best scorer will be awarded 1,000,000 KRW
- Participation will be limited in number (up to 20 persons) and all participants should have their own laptops for this workshop.

2014 KSAP Refresher Course for Residents
Date: August 30, 2014
Venue: Lecture room 320 (3rd floor), Lecture room 418 and 416 (4th floor), main building, Korea University College of Medicine

TimeRoom 418 (For Residents)TimeRoom 416* (For Residents)TimeRoom 320 (For Nurses)
 Basic pharmacology, pharmacogenetics, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamicsSoonim Kim
(Soonchunhyang University)
 Asan pump Introduction to anesthetic drugs
09:00–09:30Signal transduction mechanism and receptor occupancy theoryHyewon Shin (University of Korea)09:00–09:20Body size calculation and conversion of pharmacokinetic parametersSeongheon Lee
(Chonnam National University)
09:00–09:30Hypnotics and analgesicsSooyoung Cho 
(Ewha Womans University)
09:40–10:10Concept of pharmacogenetics and clinical applicationHelenki Shinn
(Inha University)
09:20–10:10Simulation of manual infusion and target-controlled infusion09:40–10:10Neuromuscular blocking agentsYonghun Lee 
(Seoul National University)
10:10–10:25Coffee break10:10–10:25Coffee break10:10–10:30Coffee break
10:25–10:55Basic pharmacological principles and population analysisDongwoo Han
(Yonsei University)
10:25–10:55tpeak and VdpeakTaeha Ryu
(Daegu Catholic University)
 Fundamental principles of monitoring devices
10:55–11:25Hysteresis and effect-site concentrationTaekyun Kim
(Pusan National University)
10:55–11:25Context sensitive decrement time10:30–11:00Hemodynamic monitoringKitae Jung 
(Chosun University)
11:25–11:40 11:25–11:40Coffee break11:10–11:40Monitoring of anesthetic depthYoungchul Yoo 
(Yonsei University)
 Target-controlled infusionJungun Lee
(Chungnam National  University)
11:40–12:40Comparison of Marsh and Schnider models using simulationByungmoon Choi
(University of Ulsan)
11:40–12:10Linear pharmacokinetics and unit disposition function of plasma concentrationTeojeon Shin
(Seoul National University)
11:50–12:20Neuromuscular monitoringSangseok Lee 
(Inje University)
12:10–12:40Relationship between target-controlled infusion and population pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic analysisSeongheon Lee (Chonnam National University)12:20-14:00Lunch
14:00–14:30Schnider and Marsh models for propofol, and Minto model for remifentanilSeonghyop Kim
(Konkuk University)
14:00–14:50Simulation of fentanyl concentration using infusion history of patient controlled analgesia pumpJeongwoo Lee (Chonbuk National University) Fundamental principles of monitoring devices
 Quantitative assessment of dose-response relationshipSangkyi Lee 
(Chonbuk National University)
14:00–14:40Introduction to basic pharmacology for the target controlled infusionByunggun Lim 
(Korea University)
14:30–15:00Bispectral index monitoring and dose-BIS relationship of anesthetic agentsTaeha Ryu 
(Daegu Catholic University)
14:50–15:00Coffee break
15:00–15:30Update of central nervous system monitors and dose-response relationships of anesthetic agentsJaehong Park
(Inje University)
15:00–16:00Test† (a best scorer will be awarded 1,000,000 KRW)Taeha Ryu/ Byungmoon Choi14:50–15:30What should we know about target controlled infusion?Soyeon Kim
(Yonsei University)
15:30–15:50Coffee break15:30–15:50Coffee break
15:50–16:20Quantitative dose-sedation scale relationship of sedatives/hypnoticsChulwoo Jung
(Seoul National University)
15:50–16:30Practical anesthetic nursing based on anesthetic pharmacologyEunsoo Kim
(Pusan National University)
16:00–16:50Q&ASeongheon Lee/Taeha Ryu /Byungmoon Choi/ Jeongwoo Lee
16:20–16:50Quantitative dose-response relationship of neuromuscular blocking agentsJongcook Park (Seoul National University)
16:50–17:00Ceremony of awarding a prize and closing
*: Participation will be limited in number (up to 20 persons) and all participants should have their own laptops for this workshop.

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