6th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Date
Feb 16, 2017
Time 
S-ECCO IBD Masterclass: 08:00-17:00
MASTER ESCP-Logo 2014 square
Organisation
S-ECCO in collaboration with ESCP
Target audience 
Surgeons, Physicians, IBD nurses
Registration
Register now!
ECCO Membership
Regular/Y-ECCO/IBD Nurse Membership 2017 - register/renew now!
Registration fee
EUR 150 (half price for Y-ECCO, Affiliate and IBD Nurse Members) - incl. 21% Spanish VAT
CME Accreditation
6 CME credits will be accredited
Note: Please register in advance, no onsite registration possible (registration deadline: February 1, 2017). The number of participants is limited. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis.
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The 6th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass is supported by industry

Final Programme

6th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Room 113, Level 1

  • Difficult decision making in IBD
    08:00-08:10 1: Welcome
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel
    08:10-09:50 Session 1: Difficult decision making in Ulcerative Colitis
    Fabrizio Michelassi, New York, United States
    Yehuda Chowers, Haifa, Israel
    08:10-08:40 Debate I: Timing of surgery in Acute Severe Colitis
      08:10-08:20 2: Save the colon - Medical treatments
    Silvio Danese, Milan, Italy
      08:20-08:30 3: Save the patient - Early surgery
    Antonino Spinelli, Milan, Italy
      08:30-08:40 Discussion
    08:40-09:10  Debate 2: Surgery for Ulcerative Colitis revisited
      08:40-08:50 4: Ileorectal anastomosis is an attractive option
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France
      08:50-09:00 5: Ileoanal pouch is universally best
    André D’Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
      09:00-09:10 Discussion
    09:10-09:40 The technique
      09:10-09:20 6: Top down pouch surgery
    Tom Øresland, Oslo, Norway
      09:20-09:30 7: Bottom up pouch surgery
    Janindra Warusavitarne, London, United Kingdom
      09:30-09:40 Discussion
    09:40-09:50 8: Video: TAMIS total proctocolectomy and ileoanal pouch
    Anders Tøttrup, Aarhus, Denmark
    09:50-10:20 Coffee break
    10:20-12:00 Session 2: The art and science of IBD surgery
    André D’Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel
      10:20-10:30 9: Update on the RICCO study
    Léon Maggiori, Clichy, France
      10:30-10:40 10: Update on the ACCURE trial (UK part)
    Thomas Pinkney, Birmingham, United Kingdom
      10:40-10:50 11: Abstract 1: The role of intestinal transplant in patients with complicated Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): The Cambridge experience
    Sze Pheh Yeap, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    please refer to DOP079
      10:50-11:00 12: Abstract 2: Smooth Seton® for perianal fistula: A knot-less solution
    Merle Stellingwerf, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    please refer to P551
      11:00-11:10 13: Abstract 3: Does biologic therapy increase the risk for fistula-associated mucinous adenocarcinoma in long standing perianal Crohn's Disease?
    Silvio Laureti, Bologna, Italy
    please refer to DOP058
      11:10-11:20 14: Abstract 4: A multi-institutional report of the postoperative outcome in Vedolizumab-Treated patients undergoing major abdominal operations for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Amy Lightner, Rochester, United States
    please refer to P357
      11:20-11:40 15: Imaging in the peri-operative management
    Yoram Bouhnik, Clichy, France
      11:40-12:00 16: Surgical techniques to reduce recurrence rates in Crohn's Disease
    Fabrizio Michelassi, New York, United States
    12:00-13:00 Lunch break
    13:00-15:00  Session 3: Difficult decision making in Crohn's Disease
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France
    Janindra Warusavitarne, London, United Kingdom
    13:00-13:30 Debate 3: Post successful percutaneous drainage of abscess
    13:00-13:10 17: Surgery for all
    Michel Adamina, Winterthur, Switzerland
    13:10-13:20 18: Still place for medical therapy
    Shomron Ben-Horin, Ramat Gan, Israel
    13:20-13:30 Discussion
    13:30-14:00 Debate 4: Anal fissure and hemorrhoids in Crohn's patients
      13:30-13:40 19: Hands off
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
      13:40-13:50 20: Take the knife
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil
      13:50-14:00 Discussion
    14:00-14:30 Debate 5: The ilecolonic anastomosis
      14:00-14:10 21: Side to side: Isoperistaltic vs. antiperistaltic
    Gianluca Sampietro, Milan, Italy
      14:10-14:20 22: Hand-assist vs. single port
    Christianne Buskens, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      14:20-14:30 Discussion
    14:30-15:00 Video contest: How do I do lap ilecolic resection?
    (including preoperative and postoperative management)
      14:30-14:37 23: My technique
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel
      14:37-14:44 24: My technique
    Nuha Yassin, London, United Kingdom
      14:44-14:51 25: My technique
    Monica Millan, Barcelona, Spain
      14:51-15:00 Discussion
    15:00-15:30 Coffee break
    15:30-15:55 Session 4: Cutting edge topics in IBD
    Antonino Spinelli, Milan, Italy
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil
      15:30-15:40 26: Stem cells for surgeons
    Daan Hommes, Los Angeles, United States
      15:40-15:55 27: IBD surgery: Last resort or another option
    Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    15:55-16:55 Session 5: Decision making on the edge - Consultants' corner
    Alessandro Armuzzi, Rome, Italy
    Fabrizio Michelassi, New York, United States
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France
    Krisztina Gecse, Budapest, Hungary
      15:55-16:15 28: Perianal fistula
    Hagit Tulchinsky, Tel Aviv, Israel