Developments in Ureteroscopic Stone Treatment
2022 Annual Meeting
August 12 – 13, 2022
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Amedco LLC and Developments in Ureteroscopic Stone Treatment (DUST). Amedco LLC is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
Physicians (ACCME) Credit Designation
Amedco LLC designates this live activity for a maximum of 13.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Objectives – After Attending This Program You Should Be Able To
- Demonstrate the indications and methodology of dusting technique during ureteroscopic laser lithotripsy when treating patients with kidney stone disease.
- Explain the effect of different laser settings on fragmentation strategy and be able to select appropriate settings in different patients.
- Appraise the evidence on ureteroscopic stone treatment success, quality of life after stone surgery, and medical therapy to treat kidney stones.
Disclosure of Conflict of Interest
The following table of disclosure information is provided to learners and contains the relevant financial relationships that each individual in a position to control the content disclosed to Amedco. All of these relationships were treated as a conflict of interest, and have been resolved. (C7 SCS 6.1-‐6.2, 6.5)
All individuals in a position to control the content of CE are listed below.
Slide table to the left to view all content.
|Casey||Dauw||Speaker||Boston Scientific : Consultant, AURIS : Consultant, Cook : Speakers Bureau|
|John Michael||DiBianco||Speaker||coloplast : Research Grant Overall Principal Investigator, Virtuoso : Stock Shareholder|
|Brian||Eisner||Speaker||Boston Scientific : Consultant, Olympus : Consultant, Cook : Consultant, Auris Robotics : Consultant, Calyxo Medical : Stock Shareholder, Dr. Arnie’s LLC : Stock Shareholder|
|Khurshid||Ghani||Speaker, Planner, Chair, Moderator, Planning Committee||Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan : Research Grant Overall Principal Investigator, Boston Scientific : Research Grant Site Principal Investigator, Boston Scientific : Consultant, Ambu : Consultant, Karl Storz : Consultant, Coloplast : Consultant, Olympus : Consultant|
|Mantu||Gupta||Speaker||Olympus Medical : Speakers Bureau, Cook Medical : Speakers Bureau, Boston Scientific Inc : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member, Travere/Retrophin : Speakers Bureau, Lumenis Inc : Speakers Bureau|
|Will||Johnston||Speaker||Johnson&Johnson : Consultant, Astella/Pfizer : Speakers Bureau, Janssen : Speakers Bureau, Mediflex : Other|
|Amy||Krambeck||Speaker||Lumenis : Consultant, boston scientific : Consultant, Virtuoso : Consultant, Ambu : Consultant, Sonomotion : Consultant, Storz : Consultant, Uriprene : Other|
|Michael||Lipkin||Speaker, Moderator||Boston Scientific : Consultant, Cook Medical : Consultant, Storz : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member, Lumenis : Speakers Bureau, Ambu : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member, Alnylam : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member|
|Nicole||Miller||Speaker, Moderator||Boston Scientific : Consultant, Karl Storz Endoscopy : Research Grant Site Principal Investigator, Virtuoso Surgical : Consultant, Becton Dickinson : Consultant, Intuitive Surgical : Consultant|
|Katie||Murray||Speaker||Urogen Pharma : Consultant, PacificEdge : Speakers Bureau|
|William||Roberts||Speaker, Chair, Planning Committee||Boston Scientific : Research Grant Overall Principal Investigator, Lumenis : Research Grant Overall Principal Investigator, Boston Scientific : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member|
|Daron||Smith||Speaker, Chair||Olympus : Speakers Bureau|
|Daron||Smith||Speaker, Chair||Olympus : Speakers Bureau, Coloplast : Speakers Bureau, Endourology Academy : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member|
|Roger||Sur||Speaker||Boston Scientific : Consultant, Cook medical : Consultant, Karl Storz : Speakers Bureau, Calyxo : Scientific/Medical Advisory Board Member|
2022 Hotel Information
Reserve your room at Mandarin Oriental, Miami by July 21, 2022
Mandarin Oriental, Miami
500 Brickell Key Dr
Miami, FL 33131
Phone: +1 305-913-8383
Come for the Science, Stay for Everything Miami
Make the Most of Your Stay
SIGHTS TO SEE
The Art Deco Historic District teems with selfie-rific vantage points. If you love color and art, the 8th Magic Mountain in Collins Park is a winner. The SOBE is Love Sculpture is a must-see landmark of love and unity. The Coppertone Girl Sign was partially decapitated by a hurricane but has since been reunited with her upper third, and make sure to angle your photos up to capture the massive motifs of the Lincoln Theater, and the Tower Theater, two of Miami’s oldest cultural landmarks.
A SHOPPING MECCA
If shopping is your game, Miami will not disappoint. CocoWalk in the center of Coconut Grove is a unique urban village of cool retailers and restaurants. For luxury shopping, the Miami Design District features fashion, design, and dining intermingled with public art. For shopping with plenty of people-watching, stroll the iconic Lincoln Road Shopping District, with open-air shopping, sidewalk cafés, and food halls. Non-stop energy and colorful murals are the backbone of Wynwood, Miami’s creative and cultural hub and one of the world’s hippest shopping hangouts.
Miami is known for beautiful hotel bars and unique lounge concepts. Dante’s HiFi in Wynwood offers delicious craft cocktails in a vinyl listening bar. The largest selection of champagnes in Miami and old-school glamor in abundance can be found at The Champagne Bar. Known for innovative cocktails, The Sylvester is the perfect place to eat, drink, dance, and socialize. Hidden behind a black door and high above the bustling streets of the Brickell neighborhood, Tea Room is a sophisticated Hong Kong-inspired cocktail lounge with live music. Miami’s craft beer scene is also vibrant, with plenty of local breweries and hotspots.
If butter-poached steaks with duck fat fries fits the bill, Bourbon Steak is in a class alone. Burger aficionados will savor the dry-aged New York strip patty at Blue Collar, and since no trip is complete without a taste of local BBQ, stop by BBQ & Craft Company for prime meats cooked to pitmaster standards. If sushi is how you roll (har har), head to B-Side Sushi for plenty of creative options, or find a meat-free meal, natural juices, wellness shots, and smoothies at Sproutz. Vegan Love Life Cafe proves once and for all that meat-free dishes are delicious, and vegetable-filled cuisine combined with delicious Indian flavors are on the menu at Diya Miami.
With more than 280 parks and 35 miles of beaches, the best things to do in Miami are outdoors. Take a scenic run, loosen things up on a 2-hour Miami Beach Bike Tour, or let someone else drive on a Bus & Sea Tour. Museums are also abundant, including the Frost Museum of Science which educates visitors on the fragile Everglades ecosystem, the Museum of Contemporary Art with rotating exhibits, and the Morikami Museum and Gardens with perfectly manicured gardens representing Japanese history. Zoo Miami is the fifth largest zoo in the US, and Jungle Island eco-adventure park features streams, waterfalls, and activities amidst lush greenery. A diverse landscape with habitats for rare and endangered species is revealed via an airboat ride at the Everglades National Park: Airboat Tour and Wildlife Show. There’s plenty for the kiddos to do, too, including the Venetian Pool, FunDimension, a massive warehouse-turned-indoor-arcade, Tidal Cove with its lazy river, kids pool, and splash pad, and the 65-foot-tall Cape Florida Lighthouse in Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.
2022 Industry Partners
This event would not be possible without the generous support of the following organizations.