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2011 - ISBTS 2011 Symposium (Washington, DC, USA)

Opening Presidential Address and Awards
14 September 2011  /  17:00 - 18:00

Opening Presidential Address and Awards

Presenter: Thomas Fishbein, Washington, United States

A Primer on Current Intestinal Failure and Transplantation Management
15 September 2011  /  09:00 - 17:00

Management of Pediatric Gut Failure

Presenter: Stuart S. Kaufman, Washington, United States

Causes of Intestinal Failure and Indications for Intestinal Transplants

Presenter: Cal Matsumoto, Washington, United States

Management of Adult Gut Failure

Presenter: Kareem Abu-Elmagd, Pittsburgh, United States

Rehabilitation and Transplant Program Integration: The How To

Presenter: Jorge Reyes, Seattle, United States

Surgical Intestinal Rehabilitation

Presenter: Debra Sudan, DUMC Box 3522, United States

Intestinal Transplantation-Graft Types and Indications

Presenter: Augusto Lauro, Bologna, Italy

Technical Issues: Abdominal Wall

Presenter: Gabriel E. Gondolesi, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Immunology of the Intestinal Allograft

Presenter: Kenneth Newell, Atlanta, United States

Immunosuppression, Monitoring and Rejection

Presenter: Alan N. Langnas, Omaha, United States

Infectious Complications

Presenter: Douglas G. Farmer, Los Angeles, United States

Long Term Management

Presenter: George V. Mazariegos, Pittsburgh, United States

PNALD-Adults and Children

Presenter: Girish Gupte, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Allied Health Professionals: Perspectives in Practice for Intestinal Failure and Transplantation
15 September 2011  /  09:00 - 17:00

The Intestinal Failure and Transplant Patient at Home: How to Optimize Care

Presenter: Garcia Herva Dolores, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Neonatal Intestinal Failure: Perspectives on Practice and Referral

Presenter: Kate Samela, Hartford, United States

Outcomes of Long term Survivors > 5 years following Pediatric Intestine Transplantation

Presenter: Beverly Kosmach-Park, Pittsburgh, United States

Challenging Case 1- Pyschosocial Challenges in an Infant

Presenter: Rachael Morton, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Plenary Session I: Disappearing PNLD? + Oral Communications 1
16 September 2011  /  08:00 - 10:00

Prospective, case-control trial of 24 weeks of intravenous fish oil in children with intestinal failure associated liver disease

Presenter: Kara Calkins, Los Angeles, United States

Long-term parenteral fish oil-based lipid monotherapy in children is associated with biochemical alterations in essential fatty acids

Presenter: Simon Horslen, Seattle, United States

Effect of multisource lipid (SMOF) on polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) composition of red blood cell (RBC) membranes, and changes occurring after small bowel transplantation (SBTx)

Presenter: Sue Beath, Birmingham, United Kingdom



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