7th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Feb 15, 2018
S-ECCO IBD Masterclass: 08:15-17:15
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S-ECCO in collaboration with ESCP
Target audience 
Surgeons, Physicians, IBD nurses
Register now!
ECCO Membership
Regular/Y-ECCO/IBD Nurse Membership 2018 - register/renew now!
Registration fee
EUR 150 (half price for Y-ECCO, Affiliate and IBD Nurse Members) - incl. 20% Austrian VAT
Note: Please register in advance, no onsite registration possible (registration deadline: January 31, 2018). The number of participants is limited. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis.
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The 7th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass is supported by industry

7th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass
Cutting edge IBD surgery
(as of December 2017)

  • Cutting edge IBD surgery
    08:15-08:25 1: Welcome
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel 

    08:25-10:15 Session 1: Salt and grain of IBD surgery
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France
    Glen Doherty, Dublin, Ireland
    08:25-09:05 Debate 1: Short stricturing terminal ileum
      08:25-08:35 2: Resection - Best outcome, why change
    Antonino Spinelli, Milan, Italy

      08:35-08:45 3: Save the TI - Side to side strictureplasty
    Gianluca Sampietro, Milan, Italy
      08:45-08:55 4: Advanced endoscopy will solve - dilatation and stenting
    Matthieu Allez, Paris, France
      08:55-09:05 Discussion
    09:05-10:00 Debate 2: The role of the mesentery in IBD
      09:05-09:20 5: Hot cells in IBD 
    Manon Wildenberg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      09:20-09:35 6: The mesentery in ileocolic resection 
    Calvin Coffey, Limerick, Ireland
      09:35-09:50 7: The mesentery in protectomy
    Christianne Buskens, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      09:50-10:00 Discussion
    10:00-10:15 8: Sexual function before and after surgery for IBD
    Janneke van der Woude, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    10:15-10:45 Coffee break
    10:45-12:15 Session 2: The scientific IBD surgeon 
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      10:45-10:55 9: Abstract 1: Developing a colorectal cancer risk prediction tool for patients with Ulcerative Colitis and low grade dysplasia
    Misha Kabir, London, United Kingdom

      10:55-11:05 10: Abstract 2: Intra-abdominal sepsis following ileocolic resection for Crohn’s Disease: What are the risk factors and are they consistent internationally?
    Amy Lightner, Rochester, United States
      11:05-11:15 11: Abstract 3: Meta-analysis of endorectal advancement flap versus ligation of the intersphincteric fistula tract for Crohn’s and cryptoglandular high perianal fistulas
    Merle E. Stellingwerf, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      11:15-11:25 12. Abstract 4: Therapy refractory Ulcerative Colitis patients may benefit from appendectomy; long-term clinical results from a multicentre prospective cohort series
    Merle E. Stellingwerf, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      11:25-11:35 13. The use of stem cell based therapy for Crohn’s Disease in clinical trials: An update from a single institution’s experience
    Amy Lightner, Rochester, United States
      11:35-11:45 14. Risk of small bowel obstruction after laparoscopic pouch surgery
    Diane Mège, Clichy, France
      11:45-12:00 15: Patient reported outcomes in IBD surgery - What does it mean
    Séverine Vermeire, Leuven, Belgium
      12:00-12:15 16: Keynote lecture: Unmet needs in IBD surgery: Surgical research
    André D'Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
    12:15-13:15 Lunch break
    13:15-15:15 Session 3: Cutting edge IBD surgery 
    Michel Adamina, Winterthur, Switzerland
    Amy Lightner, Rochester, United States
    13:15-13:45 The big debate: Low grade dysplasia of the colon
    13:15-13:25 17: Watchful waiting 
    Iris Dotan, Petah Tikva, Israel
    13:25-13:35 18: In the bucket 
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France
    13:35-13:45 Discussion
    13:45-14:35 The debate: The high perianal fistula
      13:45-13:55 19: Biologics all the way 
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil; Calgary, Canada
      13:55-14:05 20: Fistulotomy, LIFT or advancedment: Their only chance 
    Nadav Haim, Tel Aviv, Israel
      14:05-14:15 21: Glues and Plugs
    Philip Tozer, London, United Kingdom
      14:15-14:25 22: Stem cells: The holy grail?
    Julián Panés, Barcelona, Spain
      14:25-14:35 Discussion
    14:35-15:15 My ileoanal Pouch
      14:35-14:45 23: Tips and tricks to prevent a leak  
    Oded Zmora, Tel Aviv, Israel
      14:45-14:55 24: Salvage of the acute and chronic anastomotic leak 
    Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      14:55-15:05 25: Does size matter? How long should the pouch be?
    Francesco Colombo, Milan, Italy
      15:05-15:15 Discussion
    15:15-15:45 Coffee break
    15:45-16:15 Session 4: It takes two to tango 
    Paulo Kotze, Curitiba, Brazil; Calgary, Canada
    Ailsa Hart, London, United Kingdom
      15:45-16:00 26: Perioperative dietary therapy (tandem talk) 
    Rotem Sigall-Boneh, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Michel Adamina, Winterthur, Switzerland
      16:00-16:15 27: Stomas in IBD (tandem talk) 
    Karen Kemp, Manchester, United Kingdom
    Janindra Warusavitarne, London, United Kingdom
    16:15-17:05 Session 5: Decision making on the edge - Consultants' corner
    André D'Hoore, Leuven, Belgium
    Miguel Blas Franco, Tlalpan, Mexico
    Antonino Spinelli, Milan, Italy
    Miguel Regueiro, Pittsburgh, United States
      16:15-16:32 28: Acute Colitis
    Léon Maggiori, Clichy, France
      16:32-16:49 29: Perforating intestinal Crohn’s Disease
    Christian Gingert, Winterthur, Switzerland
      16:49-17:05 30: Septic shock in Crohn’s Disease
    Chaya Shwaartz, Tel Aviv, Israel
    17:05-17:15 Closing remarks 
    Yves Panis, Clichy, France