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2015 - ISBTS 2015 Symposium (Buenos AIres)

4- Surgical Rehabilitation and Transplant
12 June 2015  /  15:00 - 16:00

Reversed intestinal segment revisited

Presenter: Jon Thompson, Omaha, United States

- Reversed intestinal segment revisited

Presenter: Jon Thompson, Omaha, United States

The experience of an intestinal failure program in Colombia: perspectives and outcomes from surgical intestinal rehabilitation and small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Sonia Carrero , Rionegro, Colombia

- The experience of an intestinal failure program in Colombia: perspectives and outcomes from surgical intestinal rehabilitation and small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Sonia Carrero , Rionegro, Colombia

3- Pre-Emptive Intestinal Transplant - are we ready?
12 June 2015  /  16:30 - 17:30

NO

Presenter: Florence Lacaille, Paris, France

- NO

Presenter: Florence Lacaille, Paris, France

4- Should we Monitor the Intestine or the Immune System to Anticipate Intestinal Transplant Rejection?
12 June 2015  /  16:30 - 17:30

The Intestine

Presenter: Kyle Soltys, Pittsburgh, United States

- The Intestine

Presenter: Kyle Soltys, Pittsburgh, United States

Video Session
12 June 2015  /  17:30 - 18:30

Spleen preserving modified multi visceral transplant.

Presenter: Luis Moulin, Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

- Spleen preserving modified multi visceral transplant.

Presenter: Luis Moulin, Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

An Ex-vivo Hypothermic Perfusion Machine for Intestinal Graft Preservation - VIDEO

Presenter: Armando Salim Munoz-Abraham, New Haven, United States

- An Ex-vivo Hypothermic Perfusion Machine for Intestinal Graft Preservation - VIDEO

Presenter: Armando Salim Munoz-Abraham, New Haven, United States

Technical pitfalls to achieve long term survival in an heterotopic small bowel transplant model in rats

Presenter: Natalia Lausada, La Plata, Argentina

- Technical pitfalls to achieve long term survival in an heterotopic small bowel transplant model in rats

Presenter: Natalia Lausada, La Plata, Argentina

Intestinal Transplantation Due to a Giant Desmoid Tumor

Presenter: Rodrigo Sanchez Claria, Buenos Aires, Argentina

- Intestinal Transplantation Due to a Giant Desmoid Tumor

Presenter: Rodrigo Sanchez Claria, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Isolated Small Bowel Transplant with Aortic and Caval Vascular Conduits

Presenter: Ian McGilvray, Toronto, Canada

- Isolated Small Bowel Transplant with Aortic and Caval Vascular Conduits

Presenter: Ian McGilvray, Toronto, Canada

Neonatal STEP

Presenter: Santiago Calello, buenos aires, Argentina

- Neonatal STEP

Presenter: Santiago Calello, buenos aires, Argentina

5- Clinical Care, Financial Issues and Quality of Life of Intestinal Failure and Transplant
12 June 2015  /  17:30 - 18:30

The method and clinical application of two radiographic examinations in measuring the length of small intestine in short bowel syndrome patients

Presenter: Yousheng Li, Nanjing, People's Republic of China

- The method and clinical application of two radiographic examinations in measuring the length of small intestine in short bowel syndrome patients

Presenter: Yousheng Li, Nanjing, People's Republic of China

The clinical utility of 18fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography/computed tomography (18F-FDG-PET-CT) in multivisceral transplant patients.

Presenter: Lisa Sharkey, Cambridge, United Kingdom

- The clinical utility of 18fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography/computed tomography (18F-FDG-PET-CT) in multivisceral transplant patients.

Presenter: Lisa Sharkey, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Characterization of ischemic changes in small bowel after normothermic regional perfusion: Potential to consider small bowel grafts from DCD donors?

Presenter: Hermien Hartog, Rotterdam, Netherlands

- Characterization of ischemic changes in small bowel after normothermic regional perfusion: Potential to consider small bowel grafts from DCD donors?

Presenter: Hermien Hartog, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Travelling with children on home parenteral nutrition

Presenter: Jutta Koeglmeier, London, United Kingdom

- Travelling with children on home parenteral nutrition

Presenter: Jutta Koeglmeier, London, United Kingdom

Careful donor selection reduces the risk of Cytomegalovirus viraemia following intestinal transplant: The Oxford experience

Presenter: Philip Allan, Oxford, United Kingdom

- Careful donor selection reduces the risk of Cytomegalovirus viraemia following intestinal transplant: The Oxford experience

Presenter: Philip Allan, Oxford, United Kingdom

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccination for children with intestinal failure – a missed opportunity to protect recipients of small bowel transplantation (SBTx)?

Presenter: Lindsay Hogg, Birmingham, United Kingdom

- Hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccination for children with intestinal failure – a missed opportunity to protect recipients of small bowel transplantation (SBTx)?

Presenter: Lindsay Hogg, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Non-invasive, radiation-free exploration with Magnetic Resonance Enterography (MRE) in children after intestinal transplantation

Presenter: Florence Lacaille, Paris, France

- Non-invasive, radiation-free exploration with Magnetic Resonance Enterography (MRE) in children after intestinal transplantation

Presenter: Florence Lacaille, Paris, France

V- Ischemia and Reperfusion Today
13 June 2015  /  08:00 - 09:00

Ischemia and Reperfusion Injury from Basic to Clinical Transplant

Presenter: Mihai Oltean, Gothenburg, Sweden

- Ischemia and Reperfusion Injury from Basic to Clinical Transplant

Presenter: Mihai Oltean, Gothenburg, Sweden

Best Abstract Session 2
13 June 2015  /  09:00 - 10:00

Autologous Gastro-intestinal Reconstruction in Adult Patients with Severe Intestinal Failure, report of long term outcomes and its correlation with anatomical predicting factors. Report from a single center.

Presenter: Héctor Solar, City, Argentina

- Autologous Gastro-intestinal Reconstruction in Adult Patients with Severe Intestinal Failure, report of long term outcomes and its correlation with anatomical predicting factors. Report from a single center.

Presenter: Héctor Solar, City, Argentina

Utility of APRI to predict liver fibrosis in intestinal failure associated liver disease in pediatric patients

Presenter: Carolina Rumbo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

- Utility of APRI to predict liver fibrosis in intestinal failure associated liver disease in pediatric patients

Presenter: Carolina Rumbo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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