Resident Scientific Session: Breast Reconstruction 5 (NOT FOR CME) Sat, Sep 29 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Organized in cooperation with ACAPS and YPS

Moderator: Richard Baynosa, MD

Moderator: Erin Doren, MD

1:30 PM--Citation Analysis in Breast Reconstruction Publications between 2000 and 2010--Daniel Demsey, MD, MASc

1:34 PM--Modern Flap Monitoring Protocols Reduce the Duration of Inpatient Flap Monitoring after Microvascular Breast Reconstruction--Katherine H Carruthers, MD, MS

1:38 PM--Critical Assessment of Intraoperative Perfusion of the Nipple Areolar Complex throughout a Completed Prosthetic Reconstructive Process Using a Superior Peri-Areolar Incision--Rachel Lentz, MD

1:42 PM—Discussion

1:47 PM--Systematic Review of the Aesthetic Benefits of Acellular Dermal Matrix in Tissue Expander to Implant Breast Reconstructions--Vickram Jay Tandon, MD

1:51 PM--The "Butterfly" Wrap: A Simplified Technique for Consistent Prosthesis Coverage in Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction--Elspeth J.R. Hill, MD, MRes, PhD

1:55 PM--Intraoperative Autoderm Decontamination for Use in Immediate Single Stage Direct-to-Implant Breast Reconstruction--Julian Diaz-Abele, MD

1:59 PM—Discussion

2:04 PM--Toradol As Part of ERAS for Breast Free-Flap Reconstruction--Edward M Gronet, MD

2:08 PM--Immediate Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction in the Previously Augmented Patient--Andrew Kochuba, MD

2:12 PM--Evaluation of Different Influence Factors on Patient Satisfaction after Breast Reconstruction Using Breast-Q--Iris M. Brito, MD

2:16 PM--Survey Based Assessment of Burnout Rates Among U.S. Plastic Surgery Residents in 2018--Alexandra Hart, MD

2:20 PM--Discussion