2016 Abstracts

IARS 2016 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium

Improving Health Through Discovery and Education
May 21-24, 2016 • San Francisco, CA

2016 Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions

Abstract Program Planner
Accepted Abstracts are available for view at the Abstract Program Planner. Click here to access.

Abstract Scheduling for Moderated Poster Discussion Rounds
Notification of Abstract date and time presentation for Moderated Poster Discussion Rounds were emailed from the IARS to the presenting authors in March. If you submitted multiple abstracts, you received a separate email notification for each abstract submission.

Moderated Poster Discussion Round Instructions
Click here for General – Physical Poster Round Instructions

Click here for Medically Challenging Case Report and Scholars’ Abstract ePoster Round Instructions

Abstract Presentation Requirements
All accepted abstracts require a paid, registered presenter to attend the meeting and present the abstract. If the submitting or presenting author is not able to attend the Annual Meeting to present their abstract they must designate a presenter to register and attend on their behalf. You may change your abstract presenter by contacting the IARS in writing at

Registration and Attendance
Authors (or their designated presenter) of accepted abstracts are required to pay the fee to register to attend the IARS 2016 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium. Registration for Abstract Presenters is required by Monday, April 18, 2016. Abstracts without a registered author on or before Monday, April 18, will be withdrawn from the program and will not be published in the supplement to the May 2016 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia. Click here to register.

Accepted Abstracts will be available online prior to the Annual Meeting at the online program planner link. The Official IARS 2016 Abstract Supplement will be available online 30 days after the 2016 Annual Meeting and will include only those abstracts which were both accepted and presented at the Annual Meeting. (Please note that Medically Challenging Case Reports are not included in the Supplement.)