Tuesday, October 25
12:30pm – 1:30PM
Moscone West, Room 2014/2016
Mark Twain once said he spent his coldest winter “one summer in San Francisco.” If so, what body part would you tell Mr. Twain is most susceptible to hypothermia?
If Tony Bennett “leaves his heart in San Francisco” and subsequently requires ECMO, what is the most common complication you’d inform him about this procedure?
If a baby born in the Bay Area had an aryl hydrocarbon receptor interacting protein (AIP) gene mutation, would this child be more likely to be a future San Francisco Giant?
Questions abound in the enchanting City by the Bay. While nothing is trivial about the home of breathtaking sites, world-class cuisine, and top-notch pediatric care, the Golden City will host the world’s premier pediatric trivia contest. The 2016 James W Bass Pediatric Bowl promises to be a battle of wits and endurance among three outstanding California residency programs, which will compete for the chance to sip — but not aspirate — from the coveted Meconium Cup. You will be entertained, educated, and enthralled by questions covering everything you thought you’d never need to know about pediatrics.
This event is not designated for CME credit.