8th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Date
March 7, 2019
Time
Organisation
Thursday, March 7 from 08:00 to 17:15
S-ECCO in collaboration with ESCP
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Target Audience
Registration
ECCO Membership
Registration Fee
Surgeons, Physicians, IBD Nurses
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Regular/Y-ECCO/IBD Nurse Membership
EUR 150.- incl. 25% Danish VAT
For Y-ECCO/IBD Nurse/Affiliate Members: EUR 75.- incl. 25% Danish VAT
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CME Accreditation
6 CME credits

  • 8th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass 2019
    08:00-08:10 1: Welcome
    Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    08:10-10:00 Session 1: Hot debates in IBD surgery
    André D’Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
    Geert D’Haens, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
    08:10-08:55 Debate 1: Perforating form of ileal Crohn's Disease
      08:10-08:20 2: What about the radiology?
    Andrea Laghi, Rome, Italy
      08:20-08:30 3: Only medical treatment can solve the problem!
    Julián Panés, Barcelona, Spain 
      08:30-08:40 4: No! Surgery is the only solution!
    Antonino Spinelli, Milan, Italy 
      08:40-08:55 Discussion
    08:55-09:40 Debate 2: The failed pouch
      08:55-09:05 5: Diverting stoma is enough!
    Dieter Hahnloser, Lausanne, Switzerland 
      09:05-09:15 6: Pouch excision and definitive stoma is much better!
    Pär Myrelid, Linköping, Sweden 
      09:15-09:25 7: No! Redo pouch is fantastic!
    Conor Delaney, Cleveland, United States 
      09:25-09:40 Discussion
    09:40-10:00 8: Tandem talk: Outcome measures in IBD surgery
    Michel Adamina, Winterthur, Switzerland 
    Laurent Beaugerie, Paris, France 
    10:00-10:30 Coffee break
    10:30-12:00 Session 2: The scientific IBD surgeon: Trial updates and free papers
    Michel Adamina, Winterthur, Switzerland 
    Conor Delaney, Cleveland, United States 
        Trial updates
      10:30-10:40 9: Rectal stump or not after laparoscopic subtotal colectomy: Results of a 5-center European study
    Diane Mège, Clichy, France
      10:40-10:50 10: Stoma rates in the biological era
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil
      10:50-11:00 11: Early biomarkers for surgical complications in 250 CD patients
    Michele Carvello, Milan, Italy 
        Free Papers
      11:00-11:10 12: Abstract 1: Iterative ileocolonic resection for Crohn's Disease: A prospective multicentric cohort study of the GETAID Chirurgie
    Solafah Abdalla, Paris, France
      11:10-11:20 13: Abstract 2: Treatment of perianal fistulas in Crohn’s disease, seton versus anti-TNF versus surgical closure following anti-TNF (PISA): a randomised controlled trial
    Karin Wasmann, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      11:20-11:30 14: Abstract 3: Long-term function after transanal versus transabdominal ileal pouch-anal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis: a multicenter cohort study
    Antonino Spinelli, Milan, Italy
      11:30-11:45 15: Pregnancy and delivery in IBD patients
    Hagit Tulchinsky, Tel Aviv, Israel 
      11:45-12:00 16: Faecal diversion in severe anoperineal Crohn's Disease: Does it really work?
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France 
    12:00-13:25 Lunch break
    13:25-15:25 Session 3: Difficult decisions in IBD surgery
    Fabrizio Michelassi, New York, United States
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France
    13:25-13:55 Debate 3: Can we prevent recurrence after surgery for CD?
    13:25-13:35 17: Post-operative medical prevention after ileocecal resection for CD
    Pierre Michetti, Lausanne, Switzerland
    13:35-13:45 18: Prevention by surgery is possible
    Christianne Buskens, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
    13:45-13:55 Discussion
    13:55-14:45 Surgery is not always easy - Session
      13:55-14:05 19: Open surgery for IBD patients: Never?
    Fabrizio Michelassi, New York, United States 
      14:05-14:15
    20: Upper GI CD: What are the surgical options?
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil
      14:15-14:25 21: Subtotal colectomy first for all UC patients?
    André D’Hoore, Leuven, Belgium 
      14:25-14:35 22: Oncologic decisions in IBD surgery
    Phillip Fleshner, Los Angeles, United States 
      14:35-14:45 Discussion
    14:45-15:25 Surgical technique video session
      14:45-14:55 23: Laparascopic subtotal colectomy for Acute Colitis
    Janindra Warusavitarne, London, United Kingdom 
      14:55-15:05 24: Long side-to-side stricturoplasty
    Fabrizio Michelassi, New York, United States 
      15:05-15:15 25: Flap for anoperineal fistula complicating CD
    Phil Tozer, London, United Kingdom 
      15:15-15:25 26: Gracilis muscle interposition for rectovaginal fistula complicating CD
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel 
    15:25-15:45 Coffee break
    15:45-16:15 Session 4: Surgery in the era of biologics
    André D’Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil

      15:45-16:00 27: Good news! Less surgery
    Jean-Frédéric Colombel, New York, United States 
      16:00-16:15 28: No! Biologics only delay surgery
    Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
    16:15-17:00 Session 5: Consultants' corner on challenging cases
    Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Jean-Frédéric Colombel, New York, United States
     
    Conor Delaney, Cleveland, United States
    André D'Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
     
    Dieter Hahnloser, Lausanne, Switzerland

        Challenging cases
      16:15-16:30 29: A refractory proctitis complicating CD
    Laura Beyer-Berjot, Marseille, France 
      16:30-16:45 30: A rectovaginal fistula complicating CD
    Diane Mège, Clichy, France 
      16:45-17:00 31: A chronic fistula after IPAA for UC
    Michele Carvello, Milan, Italy 
    17:00-17:15 32: Closing remarks
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France