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Full Programme

WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 2018 (DAY 1)

 

MEETING HALL 1

 

MEETING HALL 2

 

MEETING HALL 3

10:00-16:00
GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE
10:00-17:00
HANDS-ON LAB SKILLS WORKSHOP
10:00-17:00
MICROSURGICAL TRAINING PROGRAM

18:00-21:00

WELCOME CEREMONY 
Piano concert

 

 

THURSDAY MAY 31, 2018 (DAY 2)

 

MEETING HALL 1

MEETING HALL 2

09:00–09:15
WELCOME SESSION
José Luis Balibrea Cantero (Spain)
Congress Honorary President
 
09:15–10:45
WALTER BRENDEL AWARD SESSION
09:15–09:30 OP-1
Thrombomodulin suppresses inflammatory damage due to liver ischemia and reperfusion injury in mice in TLR-4 dependent manner
Kentaro Kadono (Japan)
09:30–09:45 OP-2
Effect of anesthetic preconditioning with sevoflurane on MAPK pathways and apoptosis, in a lung autotransplant experimental model
Paula Corral (Spain)
09:45–10:00 OP-3
Organosulphur-enriched diet has protective potential on alcohol-induced liver dysfunction through influencing endogenous methane generation
Petra Varga (Hungary)
10:00–10:15 OP-4
The efficacy of antioxidative nutrient-rich enteral diet against liver ischemia and reperfusion injury
Tomoyuki Miyauchi (Japan)
10:15–10:30 OP-5
Neutrophil extracellular traps induced leukocyte adhesion in the muscle microcirculation
Yongzhi Wang (Sweden)
10:30–10:45 OP-6
Preconditioning by portal vein embolization an hepato-protective strategy for extended hepatic resections
Maitane I. Orue-Echebarria (Spain)
10:45–11:15 COFFEE BREAK
11:15–11:45
PRESENTATION OF AWARD WINNERS OF SISTER SOCIETIES
 
11:15–11:25 OP-7
Normothermic perfusion depletes inflammatory leukocytes in human donor kidneys
Tom Moore (United Kingdom)
11:25–11:35 OP-8
CCR2+ monocytes mobilized from spleen cause neutrophil extravasation during lung reperfusion injury
Ramiro Fernandez (United Kingdom)
11:35–11:45 OP-9
Pathway analysis of differentially expressed of genes/proteins in black South African PDAC patients
Ekene Nweke (South Africa)
11:45–12:30
KEYNOTE LECTURE 1
Beatriz Domínguez-Gil (Spain)
Deceased donation and the Spanish miracle
12:30–13:15 LUNCH
13:15–14:45
ESSR BEST CLINICAL RESEARCH AWARD
 
13:15–13:30 OP-10
The efficiency of acoustic radiation force impulse imaging for the staging of graft fibrosis after liver transplantation
Kenji Yoshino (Japan)
13:30–13:45 OP-11
The possible importance of breath methane detection in newborns
Eszter Tuboly (Hungary)
13:45–14:00 OP-12
CT Angiography assessment of DIEP flap perforator patency in abdomens with and without pre-existing scars
Ledibabari Mildred Ngaage (United Kingdom)
14:00–14:15 OP-13
Tobacco smoking results in reduced pancreatic islet mass in Humans
Mikael Chetboun (France)
14:15–14:30 OP-14
Long-term surgical outcomes of T1b and T2 esophageal squamous cell carcinoma after R0 resection
Toshiaki Tanaka (Japan)
14:30–14:45 OP-15
ST2 as an indicator of morbidity and mortality in patients with advanced heart failure: Results of the one-year follow-up
Hadyn K. N. Kankam (United Kingdom)
14:45–15:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:00–15:30
KEYNOTE LECTURE 2
Steve White (United Kingdom)
Pancreas Resection and Islet Autotransplantation
 
15:30–16:00 BREAK
16:00–17:00
ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
16:00–16:10 OP-16
S-Adenosyl methionine decreases bacterial translocation and circulating levels of proinflammatory cytokines in hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury in Wistar rats
Pedro Muñoz (Spain)
OP-21
New drug, new problem – do hip fracture patients taking NOACs experience delayed surgery, longer hospital stay, or poorer outcomes?
George J. M. Hourston (United Kingdom)
16:10–16:20 OP-17
Prophylaxis against venous thromboembolism in cardiac surgery patients: is the risk assessment useful in clinical practice?
Ewa Zywicka (United Kingdom)
OP-22
The Impacts of Internal versus External Fixation for Tibial Fractures with Simultaneous Acute Compartment Syndrome
Erfan Sheikhbahaei (Iran)
16:20–16:30 OP-18
Ex-vivo lung perfusion regulates PPAR expression changes secondary to ischemia/reperfusion
Alberto Alonso (Spain)
OP-23
Can C-Reactive protein be used to predict acute septic arthritis in the adult population?
Luke Thornton (united Kingdom)
16:30–16:40 OP-19
Effects of renal ischemia-reperfusion and early or delayed remote ischemic preconditioning on hemodynamics, hemorheological and microcirculatory parameters in the rat
Gabor Varga (Hungary)
OP-24
Base Excess is an early prognostic indicator of mortality in patients who sustain hemorrhagic pelvic Injury
Bilal Zahoor (Australia)
16:40–16:50 OP-20
Study of oxidative stress at intestinal level with treatment of extract of Himantalia elongata
José Miguel Lloris-Carsí (Spain)
OP-25
Foot and ankle surgery: Are we getting it right the first time?
Maryam Jan (United Kingdom)
16:50–17:00 BREAK
17:00–18:10
CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY
SURGICAL ONCOLOGY
17:00–17:10 OP-26
CD26 is expressed in early NSCLC stages and qualifies as a target against lung cancer
Nanja Enz (Germany)
OP-33
Utilising pre-biopsy multiparametric MRI to stratify intra-operative difficulty of transperineal targeted prostate biopsy in the diagnosis of prostate cancer: considerations and feasibility
Joseph Norris (United Kingdom)
17:10–17:20 OP-27
Non-invasive, photoacoustic spectroscopy-based method to differentiate between mesenteric and pulmonary circulatory disturbances
Dániel Érces (Hungary)
OP-34
Evaluation of risks for posthepatectomy liver failure in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma
Hiroshi Nishida (Japan)
17:20–17:30 OP-28
Perioperative Myocardial Infarction diagnosis after Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting surgery using  coupled electrocardiographic changes and cardiac troponin I
Erfan Sheikhbahaei (Iran)
OP-35
Complications from feeding jejunostomies after upper gastrointestinal resections
Nehemiah Samuel (United Kingdom)
17:30–17:40 OP-29
The CD26/DPP4-inhibitor Vildagliptin suppresses lung cancer via surfactant-mediated activation of macrophages and NK cells in mice
Wolfgang Jungraithmayr (Germany)
OP-36
The involvement of regulatory T cells for intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma in cancer immunity
Hiroaki Fuji (Japan)
17:40–17:50 OP-30
Modulation of JAK-STAT pathway by ex-vivo lung perfusion and/or sevoflurane
Luis Jiménez (Spain)
OP-37
Does surgical procedure type impact postoperative pain and recovery in deep inferior epigastric artery perforator (DIEP) flap breast reconstruction?
Alexander A. Azizi (United Kingdom)
17:50–18:00 OP-31
Comparison of shear-strength of vascular anastomoses performed by various microsurgical suture techniques on biopreparates
Balazs Szabo (Hungary)
OP-38
Comparison of short-and long-term clinical outcomes between laparoscopic and open gastrectomy for elderly patients with gastric cancer
Yuta Takano (Japan)
18:00–18:10 OP-32
Three-dimensional printed anatomical models for surgical planning in thoracic surgery
Javier Ortega Vera (Spain)
OP-39
No added oncological benefit from routine 'doughnut' histology after anterior resection
Muhammad Rafaih Iqbal (United Kingdom)
18:00–19:00
POSTER SESSION 1
 
 
 

FRIDAY JUNE 1, 2018 (DAY 3)

 

MEETING HALL 1

MEETING HALL 2

09:00–10:00
INNOVATIVE TECHIQUES (VIDEO SESSION)
HEPATOBILIARY SURGERY
09:00–09:10 VP-1
A quasi-solo hepatic parenchymal transection using a new energy device, Acrosurg®
Yuki Abe (Japan)
OP-40
The survival benefit of anatomical resections for colorectal liver metastases based on KRAS mutation status
Yoichiro Uchida (Japan)
09:10–09:20
VP-2
The LEAR technique for mitral valve repair in Liverpool. The lateral endoscopic approach for robotics
John Mykoniatis (United Kingdom)
OP-41
Safety and cost-effectiveness of Laparoscopic cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Common bile duct exploration (LCBDE) compared to pre- or post- cholecystectomy ERCP (PC ERCP), endoscopic sphincterotomy and retrieval of bile duct stones
Orestis Argyriou (United Kingdom)
09:20–09:30 VP-3
Resection of a myxoma from the left atria by mini mitral approach technique. A remarkable story of an echocardiografer
Shwe Yamin Oo (United Kingdom)
OP-42
The impact of liver partition site on the hypertrophy of the future liver remnant in a rat ALPPS (associating liver partition and portal vein ligation for staged hepatectomy) model
Naohiko Otsuka (Japan)
09:30–09:40 VP-4
Tailored made robotic anterior resection and hysterectomy: A video vignette
John Mykoniatis (United Kingdom)
OP-43
Perioperative outcomes in elderly patients undergoing hepatic resection for hepatocellular carcinoma: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Elinor Tan (Australia)
09:40–09:50 VP-5
Minimally invasive Aortic valve replacement with aortic root and arch replacement
Aleksandra Bartnik (United Kingdom)
OP-44
Indocyanine green elimination measurement may detect a procoagulant imbalance following major liver resection. Preliminary results
Jaime Narváez (Spain)
09:50–10:00 VP-6
Minimally invasive mitral valve repair with bileaflet prolapse
Ewa Zywicka (United Kingdom)
OP-45
ALPlat Criterion: A new criterion for resection of hepatocellular carcinoma based on a prediction model of posthepatectomy liver failure
Kojiro Taura (Japan)
10:00–10:15 COFFEE BREAK
10:15–11:45
B. BRAUN AWARD SESSION
SURGICAL EDUCATION AND SIMULATION
(each abstract lasts 10 minutes)
10:15–10:30 OP-46
Anastomoses by circular staplers and barbed sutures are biomechanically equivalent to those created by simple interrupted sutures in porcine oesophagi
Christina Oetzmann von Sochaczewski (Germany)
OP-52
Consensus-based surgical case report guidelines: The SCARE Statement
Ishani Barai (United Kingdom)
10:30–10:45
OP-47
Evaluation study of a robotic-driven laparoscopic needle holder: Surgical performance and body posture
Juan A. Sánchez-Margallo (Spain)
OP-53
In order to establish a resilient facility against NBC or BCRNE hazards
Yoshikura Haraguchi (Japan)
10:45–11:00 OP-48
Autologous Platelet derived growth factors for non-healing ulcers
Maria Tsachiridi (United Kingdom)
OP-54
The current state of simulation in training plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeons: A systematic review
Hadyn K. N. Kankam (United Kingdom)
11:00–11:15 OP-49
Bridging repair of the abdominal wall with equine pericardium mesh coated with polyethylene oxide. An experimental study in a rat model
Alessandro Pasculli (Italy)
OP-55
Understand and Analyse: A new and fast approach to reach surgical competence using 30%PHx in rats as example
Uta Dahmen (Germany)
11:15–11:30
OP-50
Evaluation of synthetic reticular hybrid meshes for intraperitoneal onlay mesh (IPOM) repair
Verónica Gómez-Gil (Spain)
OP-56
The Aachen Minipig and the Pietrain breed are largely equivalent models of infant’s surgical diseases
Christina Oetzmann von Sochaczewski (Germany)
11:30–11:45 OP-51
Kidney transplant graft continuous perfusion monitoring during the early postoperative course
Štěpán Malý (Czech Republic)
OP-57
The role of mixed reality in minimally invasive urological surgery: Medical training and surgical assistance
Juan A. Sánchez-Margallo (Spain)
11:45–12:00 BREAK
12:00–12:30
KEYNOTE LECTURE 3
Allan Tsung (USA)
Academic Surgery: is this the right path for me?
 
12:30–13:30 LUNCH
13:30–15:00
YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD SESSION
 
13:30–13:45 OP-58
S-Adenosyl methionine effect in hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury in Wistar rats
Bryan Hyacinthe (Spain)
13:45–14:00 OP-59
Inter-Reader agreement in the reporting of multiparametric MRI for diagnosing prostate cancer
Joseph Norris (United Kingdom)
14:00–14:15 OP-60
The systemic hemodynamic and remote organ microcirculatory effects of artificial carotid-jugular fistula in rats
Souleiman Ghanem (Hungary)
14:15–14:30 OP-61
Human uterus vascular anatomy: Review of literature with respect to uterus transplantation
Jakub Kristek (Czech Republic)
14:30–14:45 OP-62
Ex-vivo lung perfusion attenuates inflammasome NLRP3 expression after non-heart beating donor lung transplantation
Alberto Calvo (Spain)
14:45–15:00 OP-63
Splenic rupture: splenectomy versus hilar splenic vessel ligation (animal model)
Erfan Sheikhbahaei (Iran)
15:00–15:15 BREAK
15:15–16:00
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT SPEECH
Mark Hardy (USA)
The Future of Organ Replacement and/or Organ Repair
 
16:00–16:30 COFFEE BREAK
16:30–17:30
SURGICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES
PANCREATIC CANCER
16:30–16:40
OP-64
Thoraco-abdominal aortic repair
Mohamed ElSaegh (United Kingdom)
OP-70
Tgf-Beta induces Mir-100 and Mir-125B promoting Emt and stemness in pancreatic cancer
Adam E. Frampton (United Kingdom)
16:40–16:50 OP-65
The one-stage vertical scar LeJour pattern augmentation-mastopexy: indications, results and pitfalls
Niroshan Kumar (United Kingdom)
OP-71
Glypican-1 is enriched in circulating-exosomes in pancreatic cancer and correlates with tumor burden
Adam E. Frampton (United Kingdom)
16:50–17:00 OP-66
Liver Window: Intravita Microscopy (Ivm) in a Murine Model of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (Nafld)
Libertad Martin Prieto (Spain)
OP-72
Use of mesenchymal stem cells in an animal model of pancreatic cancer, expression of hedgehog signalling pathway and epithelial-mesenchymal transition genes
C. Vázquez Fernández (Spain)
17:00–17:10 OP-67
Iliac Endarterectomy: Old-fashioned or Renewed Method?
Jaroslav Chlupáč (Czech Republic)
OP-73
Intra-operative ultrasound to determine resectability during surgical exploration of primary non-resectable pancreatic cancer following induction chemotherapy
Eran Van Veldhuisen (The Netherlands)
17:10–17:20 OP-68
Effect and mechanism action of Coenzyme Q10 in microcirculation. Experimental model of epigastric flap in rat
Endika Nevado Sánchez (Spain)
OP-74
Postoperative outcomes in elderly patients undergoing pancreatic resection for pancreatic adenocarcinoma: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Elinor Tan (Australia)
17:20–17:30 OP-69
Surgical performance and muscle fatigue using a novel articulated laparoscopic instrument handle with rings: Study in a porcine model
Juan A. Sánchez-Margallo (Spain)
OP-75
Discovery of (novel) mutations that drive pancreatic tumorigenesis in a South African Cohort
Ekene Nweke (South Afrika)
17:30–17:40 BREAK
17:40-19:00
POSTER SESSION 2
17:40–19:00
NEW TECHNIQUES AND APPROACHES
BREAST SURGERY
17:40–17:50 OP-76
In vivo decellularization of liver lobe using single liver lobe perfusion technique
Uta Dahmen (Germany)
OP-83
An artificial neuronal network to predict vessel thrombosis after free flap breast reconstruction
Zeeshaan Arshad (United Kingdom)
17:50–18:00 OP-77
Does a layer of PCL nanofibres improve a biocompatibility of a standard hernia mesh?
Barbora East (Czech Republic)
OP-84
Target study: the use of a radiopaque hydrogel during breast conserving surgery to improve target definition of breast radiotherapy
Gerson Struik (The Netherlands)
18:00–18:10 OP-78
Reduction of gastrointestinal nitrosative stress by exogenous methane: neuroprotection through xanthine oxidoreductase inhibition
Marietta Zita Poles (Hungary)
OP-85
Relationship between mastectomy weight and abdominal free flap weight in immediate breast reconstruction and the influence of adjuvant radiotherapy on the aesthetic outcomes – a single centre series
Tom Hughes (United Kingdom)
18:10–18:20 OP-79
Improved platelet function after methane inhalation in a large animal model of obstructive circulatory shock
Gábor Bari (Hungary)
OP-86
A comparison of the in vivo topography and vascular anatomy of the 2nd and 3rd intercostal spaces for internal mammary vessel exposure during total rib-sparing microvascular breast reconstruction
Rudo Madada-Nyakauru (United Kingdom)
18:20–18:30 OP-80
Utility of using trained dogs in the detection of lung cancer
Javier García-González (Spain)
OP-87
Immunohistochemcial expression of mammaglobin-A, Vegfr3 and Ki67 in human breast cancer pathology and 5-year survival
Deborah Wilson (United Kingdom)
18:40–18:50 OP-81
The roles of CT angiography and venous couplers in reducing operative times in microvascular breast reconstruction
Ledibabari Mildred Ngaage (Spain)
OP-88
Assessment of breast symmetry in breast cancer patients undergoing therapeutic mammoplasty using the Breast Cancer Conservation Therapy cosmetic results software (BCCT.core)
Rudo Madada-Nyakauru (United Kingdom)
18:50–19:00 OP-82
Correlation of CT with endoscopy in the evaluation of patients with asymptomatic iron deficiency anemia
Yusuf Gunay (United Kingdom)
 
19:00–20:00
ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY
 
20:00–23:00 CONGRESS PARTY
 
 

SATURDAY JUNE 2, 2018 (DAY 4)

 

MEETING HALL 1

MEETING HALL 2

09:30–10:30
VASCULAR AND ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY
 INFLAMMATION, SEPSIS AND WOUND HEALING
09:30–09:40 OP-89
Vascular Enhanced Recovery Programme (Erp) – reducing length of stay and improving patient satisfaction
Katerina Kyprianou (United Kingdom)
OP-95
Effects of sevoflurane delivery on graft function in a model of porcine EVLP
Javier Ortega Vera (Spain)
09:40–09:50 OP-90
Variants of hepatic arteries origins
Yermek Turgunov (Kazakhstan)
OP-96
Peptidylarginine deiminase (Pad) regulates inflammation and tissue damage via neutrophil extracellular trap formation in acute pancreatitis
Milladur Rahman (Sweden)
09:50–10:00 OP-91
Factors influencing the timeline for complex endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysms with custom made endografts
Ewa Zywicka (United Kingdom)
OP-97
Evaluation of oxidative stress in gallstone acute pancreatitis
Pedro Silva-Vaz (Portugal)
10:00–10:10 OP-92
Dialysis access salvage
Zaheer Ahmed (United Kingdom)
OP-98
Platelet-dependent formation of neutrophil extracellular traps-microparticle complexes in acute pancreatitis
Raed Madhi (Sweden)
10:10–10:20 OP-93
Inferior vena cava thrombectomy for level Iv malignant thrombus combined with radical nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma: 2 cases
Robert Novotny (Czech Republich)
OP-99
The effect of hesperetin on inflammatory and oxidative status in experimental colitis model with Trinitrobenzene sulphonic acid
Fatin R. Polat (Turkey)
10:20–10:30 OP-94
The effectivity of self-training in surgical skil development using detailed morphologicaln and functional assessment of vascular anastomosis
Balazs Gasz (Hungary)
OP-100
Klotho depletion may contribute to increased liver inflammation secondary to lung resection surgery
Mario Calvo (Spain)
10:30–11:00 COFFEE BREAK
11:00–11:30
KEYNOTE LECTURE 4
Sooraj Motilall (South Africa)
 
11:30–11:45 BREAK
11:45–12:45
GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY
TRANSPLANTATION
11:45–11:55 OP-101
The levels of biomarkers of bacterial translocation during experimental intestinal obstruction
Dana Amanova (Kazakhstan)
OP-108
Modified Multivisceral Transplantation in rats for the study of Graft-versus-host disease and rejection
Pablo Stringa (Argentina)
11:55–12:05 OP-102
Culturing and differentiating human gastro-oesophageal cancer tissue and their potential diagnostic and therapeutic significance
Mina Adam (United Kingdom)
OP-109
Hand assisted retroperitoneoscopic donor nephrectomies in Kidney paired donation program
Tomas Pantoflicek (Czech Republic)
12:05–12:15 OP-103
Multidisciplinary treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer. Management and results of reinterventions by recidiva. Second, third and fourth resection
Rocio Avellana Moreno (Spain)
OP-110
The safety and efficacy of splenic artery ligation in living donor liver transplant recipients
Yusuf Gunay (USA)
12:15–12:25 OP-104
The impacts of a gastroileostomy rat model on glucagon-like peptide-1: A promising model for control of type 2 diabetes mellitus
Erfan Sheikhbahaei (Iran)
OP-111
Modified multivisceral transplantation in rats
Francisco Hernandez (Spain)
12:25–12:35 OP-105
Sentinel node navigation surgery for early stage gastric cancer
Atsuo Shida (Japan)
OP-112
Orthotopic liver transplantation with reduced graft in adult situs inversus recipient
Jakub Kristek (Czech Republic)
12:35–12:45 OP-106
The effect of the omental wrap on minimising gastroesophageal anastomotic leak after Ivor Lewis oesophago-gastrectomy
Maria Tsachiridi (United Kingdom)
OP-113
An analysis of outcomes of resection for perihilar cholangiocarcinoma within the Mayo criteria for liver transplantation
Kojiro Taura (Japan)
12:45–12:55 OP-107
Surgery in Turkana: New tools applied to international cooperation
Carmen Hernández Pérez (Spain)
 
12:55–13:00
CLOSING OF MEETING
 

 

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