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DEBATES


IMMUNO INDUCTION IN INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION : BASILIXIMAB VS CAMPATH
BASILIXIMAB: Darius MIRZA MD,PhD - University Hospital Birmingham Birmingham UK CAMPATH: Tomoaki KATO MD,PhD - Columbia University - New York USA
PORTO-MESENTERIC VEIN THROMBOSIS : MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANT VS CAVO-PORTAL HEMITRANSPOSITION
MV: Rodrigo VIANNA MD,PhD - Indiana University- Indianapolis USA C-P H: Michael OLAUSSON MD,PhD - Sahlgrenska University Hospital-Göteborg Sweden
PRE AND POST TRANSPLANT RISK FACTORS : ADULT AND CHILDREN
ADULT: Thomas FISHBEIN MD,PhD - Georgetown University - Washington D.C. USA CHILDREN: Manuel LOPEZ SANTAMARIA MD,PhD - Hospital Universitario La Paz - Madrid SPAIN

 

 

WORKSHOP RESULTS


PATHOLOGY
Antonia D’ERRICO, MD PhD – St Orsola University Hospital – Bologna Italy
SURGERY
Darius MIRZA, MD PhD – University Hospital Birmingham – Birmingham UK
PRE-TRANSPLANT MANAGEMENT
Olivier GOULET, MD PhD – Hôpital Necker – Paris France


Roundtable Lectures

NON TRANSPLANT INTESTINAL RESCUE : INTESTINAL LENGHTENING
Debra SUDAN MD, PhD - Duke University Durham NC, USA
NON TRANSPLANT INTESTINAL RESCUE : SERIAL TRANSVERSE ENTEROPLASTY
Augusto LAURO MD - St Orsola University Hospital - Bologna ITALY
NON TRANSPLANT INTESTINAL RESCUE : NON SURGICAL RESCUE
Bernard MESSING MD, PhD - Hopital Beaujon Paris France
PARENTERAL NUTRITION ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE PATHOGENESIS
Susan BEATH MD, PhD - University Hospital Birmingham Birmingham UK
PARENTERAL NUTRITION ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE STAGING
Alan BUCHMAN MD, PhD - Northwestern University- Chicago IL, USA
PARENTERAL NUTRITION ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE TREATMENT
Loris PIRONI MD, PhD - St Orsola University Hospital Bologna ITALY
IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNE-SUPPRESSOR THERAPY CHANGING THE HISTOLOGY IN GRAFT PATHOLOGY?
Galen CORTINA MD, PhD - Prof. Gastrointestinal Pathology - CHS - UCLA Los Angeles, CA 90095-1732
IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNE-SUPPRESSOR THERAPY CHANGING THE HISTOLOGY IN GRAFT PATHOLOGY?
Tong WU M.D., Ph.D. - Montefiore University Hospital - 200 Lothrop Street Pittsburgh, PA
INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS IN SBT RECIPIENTS : INFECTION AFTER SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION : CLINICAL MANAGEMENT AND THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS
Paolo GROSSI MD, Phd - Department of Infectious Diseases - University of Insubria, Varese, Italy.
INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS IN SBT RECIPIENTS : PREVENTION STRATEGIES FOR EBV INFECTION AND PTLD IN PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
George MAZARIEGOS MD, Phd , Geoffrey Bond*- Hillman Center for Pediatric Transplantation, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS IN SBT RECIPIENTS : NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CMV INFECTION
Tiziana LAZZAROTTO MD - Clinical Operative of Microbiology S.Orsola Malpighi G.H. - University of Bologna, Italy

Plenary Lectures

EARLY AND LONG TERM IMMUNOSUPPRESSION IN INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT
Kareem ABU ELMAGD MD, PhD - UPMC - Pittsburgh USA
STRATEGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH IRREVERSIBLE INTESTINAL FAILURE
Olivier GOULET MD, PhD - Paris France
THE EVOLUTION OF SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION
Andreas TZAKIS MD, PhD - University of Miami - Miami USA
Plenary - Intestine Transplant Registry: 25-Year Follow-up
David Grant, ITA President, Canada

ISBTS - Oral Presentations

OR#01 ASSESSMENT OF INTESTINAL ABSORPTION CAPACITY BY STOOL BALANCE ANALYSIS IN IN CHILDREN AFTER INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
F.Ordonez, L.Barbot-Tristram, Nathalie Kapel, E.Dalodier, J.Salomon, S.Ganousse, C.Talbotec, F.Lacaille, F.Sauvat, F.Fusaro,V.colomb, F.Ruemmele, Y.Révillon and O.Goulet Hôpital Necker at the University of Paris Descartes and Hôpital de la Pitié Salpétrière at the University of Paris 6
OR#02 LONG-TERM NUTRITIONAL AND METABOLIC OUTCOMES FOLLOWING PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
Robert S. Venick, Khiet D. Ngo, Nicholas Reese, Patty Beckwith, Joanie Colangelo, Yvonne Esmailian, Laurie Reyen, Jorge H. Vargas, Sue V. McDiarmid, John Duffy, Marvin E. Ament, Ronald W. Busuttil and Douglas G. Farmer The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
OR#03 ‘BURNOUT’ IN CARERS OF CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC INTESTINAL FAILURE (CIFX).
Zamvar V (2), Beath S (1), Holden (1), Clifford C(1), James C(1), Gupte G(1), Sexton E(1), Bunford C(1), Murphy MS(1), Protheroe S(1), Lazonby (2), Puntis JWL(2) 1 Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham 2 General Infirmary at Leeds
OR#04 IMPACT OF PAEDIATRIC HOME PARENTERAL NUTRITION AND INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION ON PARENTAL MENTAL HEALTH
Hind JM, Beath SV, Protheroe S, Wagener E, Taylor RM, Kelly DA, Gupte GL. The Liver Unit, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom, B4 6NH
OR#05 PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF ADULT INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA ESPERIENCE
L. Golfieri*, A Lauro*, E. Tossani °, L. Sirri°, A. Venturoli°, A.Dazzi*, C. Zanfi*, M. Zanello*, G. Vetrone*, A. Cucchetti*, G. Ercolani*, M. Vivarelli*, M. Del Gaudio*,M. Ravaioli*, M. Cescon , GL. Grazi*, S. Faenza, S. Grandi °, A.D. Pinna* OU Liver and Multiorgan Transplant Surgery and Psychological Department, University of Bologna
OR#06 QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION: OUTCOMES AND PREDICTORS
Khiet D. Ngo, Robert S. Venick, Douglas G. Farmer UCLA
OR#07 CHRONIC REJECTION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT CAUSE OF LONG-TERM GRAFT DYSFUNCTION, THE N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS AMELIORATES CHRONIC REJECTION IN A RAT MODEL OF SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION
Yousheng Li Jian Wang Haiyun Zhang Jinhua Zhang Hua Xue Hao Ma Jieshou Li Department of Surgery, Jinling Hospital, Nanjing University School of Medicine
OR#08 PERIOPERATIVE CPSI-2364 ADMINISTRATION REDUCES ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY AFTER SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION BY INHIBITION OF P38-MITOGEN-ACTIVATED-PROTEIN-KINASE PATHWAY IN MACROPHAGES.
M. Praktiknjo, T. Pech, J. Fujishiro, I. Ohsawa, K. Abu-Elmagd*, J.C. Kalff, A. Hirner, A. Tuerler, N. Schaefer Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Bonn
OR#10 FOURTEEN CONSECUTIVE INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTS IN ADULT PATIENTS: CLINICAL EXPERIENCE FROM A TRANSPLANT CENTER IN CHINA
Yousheng Li Yuanxin Li Xiaodong Ni Min Li Ning Li Jieshou Li Department of Surgery, Jinling Hospital, Nanjing University School of Medicine
OR#11 A ROLE FOR TOLL LIKE RECEPTORS IN THE ACUTE REJECTION OF SMALL INTESTINE ALLOGRAFTS
Ricardo O. Castillo, Mouer Wang, Takashi Ito, Carlos O. Esquivel, Sheri M. Krams, and Olivia M. Martinez Stanford University School of Medicine
OR#12 COMBINATION THERAPY WITH OMEGAVEN® AND INTRALIPID® IN CHILDREN WITH INTESTINAL FAILURE AND ADVANCED PARENTERAL NUTRITION ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE (PNALD).
Ivan R. Diamond, Robert C. Grant, Nicole T. de Silva, Paul B. Pencharz, Paul W. Wales. Group for Improvement of Intestinal Function and Treatment, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.
OR#14 IMPACT OF MELD/PELD MODIFICATIONS FOR COMBINED LIVER-INTESTINE TRANSPLANT CANDIDATES
J Fryer, L Han, W Halgrimson, E DeMayo, A Buchman, E Wang, R. Superina. Northwestern University
OR#15 LONG-TERM ANTITHROMBOTIC PROPHYLAXIS DURING HOME PARENTERAL NUTRITION
M. Pertkiewicz, K. Majewska, M. Lawinski. Dept of General Surgery and Clinical Nutrition, Medical University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
OR#16 REDUCTION IN RATE OF SEPTICAEMIA AFTER INTRODUCTION OF 2% CHLORHEXIDINE CLEANSING FOR CENTRAL LINE CARE IN CHILDREN TREATED WITH PARENTERAL NUTRITION (PN).
Pichler J, Orton R, Horn V, Hill S Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
OR#17 THE ROLE OF GENETIC CROHN’S DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCI IN SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANT OUTCOME.
Janse M, Weersma RK, Dijkstra G, Festen EAM, Sudan DL, Mercer DF University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands; University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA
OR#18 INFLIXIMAB REDUCES ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY IN RAT INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
Andreas Pascher, Sven Kohler, Georgie Atanasov, Anja Selke, Undine Gerlach, Christoph Loddenkemper, Peter Neuhaus, Johann Pratschke, Birgit Sawitzki Dept. of Visceral and Transplant Surgery, Charité Universitaetsmedizin Berlin, CVK
OR#19 TREATMENT WITH ANTI-THYMOCYTE GLOBULIN AMELIORATES INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY IN MICE
Melissa J. Watson, Bibo Ke, Xiu-Da Shen, Feng Gao, Ronald W. Busuttil, Douglas G. Farmer The Dumont-UCLA Transplant Center, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
OR#20 AUTOIMMUNE CYTOPENIA AFTER PEDIATRIC SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION
Andres AM, Ibarra M, Hernandez F, Prieto G, Ramos E, Sarria J, Encinas JL, Leal N, Gamez M, Murcia J, Martinez L, Molina M, Lopez Santamaria M Hospital La Paz
OR#22 DECREASED INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY OF POST TRANSPLANT LYMPHO PROLIFERATIVE DISORDER (PTLD) IN PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION (PITX) RECEIVING RATG AND ALEMTUZUMAB IMMUNOSUPPRESSION
Ran Tao, Jamie Pineda, Michael Green, Rakesh K. Sindhi, Dolly Martin, Qing Sun, Kyle A. Soltys, Geoffery J. Bond and George V. Mazariegos Transplant Surgery, Starzl Transplantation Institute & Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
OR#23 INFLIXIMAB AS SALVAGE THERAPY FOR STEROID AND THYMOGLOBULIN RESISTANT LATE ACUTE INTESTINAL REJECTION IN PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
De Greef E1, Grant D2, Ng V1,2, Jones N1,2, Gana J1, and Avitzur Y3 1 Division of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada; 2 Sickkids Transplant Center, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada; 3 Institute of Gastroenterology, Nutrition and Liver Diseases, Schneider Children’s Medical Center, Petah-Tikva, Israel
OR#24 INFLUENCE OF ANTI-MICROBIAL PEPTIDES ON OUTCOMES IN HUMAN INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTS WITH COLONIC INCLUSION
C Matsumoto, S Kaufman, K Shetty, D Lough, J Abdo, C Chemali, M Zasloff and T Fishbein Georgetown University Medical Center
OR#25 VIROLOGICAL MONITORING (EARLY AND LATE PERIOD) OF CMV, EBV AND HHV-6 INFECTIONS IN SMALL BOWEL/MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION.
Petrisli E°, Zanfi C*, Chiereghin A°, Lauro A*, Piccirilli G°, Baccolini F°, Gabrielli L°, Dazzi A*, Cescon M*, Pinna AD*, Landini MP°, Lazzarotto T°. Operative Unit of Clinical Microbiology, Laboratory of Virology°, Department of Surgery and Transplantation*, St.Orsola Malpighi General Hospital, University of Bologna.
OR#26 DACLIZUMAB AND ALEMTUZUMAB AS INDUCTION AGENTS IN ADULT INTESTINAL AND MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION: REJECTIONS AND INFECTIONS ON 40 RECIPIENTS DURING THE EARLY POST-OPERATIVE PERIOD.
C. Zanfi, A Lauro, M. Cescon, A. Dazzi, G. Ercolani, G.L. Grazi, M. Vivarelli, M. Del Gaudio, M. Ravaioli, A. Cucchetti, M. Zanello, G. Vetrone, F. Tuci, P. Di Gioia, T. Lazzarotto^, A. D’Errico*, A. Bagni*, S. Faenza, A. Siniscalchi, L. Pironi° e A.D. Pinna University of Bologna - S.Orsola-Malpighi Hospital
OR#27 LONG-TERM EXPERIENCE IN PATIENTS RECEIVING INFLIXIMAB
Undine A Gerlach, Johann Pratschke, Peter Neuhaus, Andreas Pascher Department for General-, Visceral and Transplantation Surgery, Charite-Universitaetsmedizin Berlin, Campus Virchow Klinikum, Berlin, Germany
OR#29 ROUTINE USE OF EARLY INTRAVENOUS TACROLIMUS IN INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION MAINTAINS MORE CONSISTENT BLOOD LEVELS WITHOUT NEGATIVELY IMPACTING RENAL FUNCTION
RS Mangus, AJ Tector, L Pote, J Fridell, RM Vianna Indiana University School of Medicine
OR#30 THROMBOTIC MICRO-ANGIOPATHY FOLLOWING INTESTINAL OR MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE
Daan Dierickx, DaHae Lee, Veerle Boecxstaens, Erika Wisanto, Evelyne Lerut, Tom Darius, Diethard Monbaliu, Patrick Ferdinande, Gregor Verhoef, Jacques Pirenne University Hospitals Gasthuisberg, Leuven, Belgium
OR#31 INCIDENCE AND TIMING OF ADENOVIRUS INFECTIONS IN PEDIATRIC SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTION
DF Florescu; KM Islam; D Mercer; AG Freifeld; R Basappa; AC Kalil University of Nebraska Medical Center
OR#32 INCIDENCE OF FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN PEDIATRIC SMALL BOWEL RECIPIENTS
DF Florescu, D Mercer, W Grant, B Nielsen, KM Islam, AC Kalil University of Nebraska Medical Center
OR#33 RISK STRATIFICATION OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS DISEASE IN INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
Girlanda, R.;Matsumoto, C.; Kaufman, S.;Desai, C.;Torres, C.;Fennelly, E.; Fishbein, T. Georgetown University Hospital
OR#34 CORRELATION OF BIOMARKERS WITH REJECTION EPISODES IN SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANT.
Philip Ruiz, Panagiotis Tryphonopoulos, Debbie Weppler, Seigo Nishida, Eddie Island, Gennaro Selvaggi, Akin Tekin, Jang Moon, David Levi, Manuel Carreno, Alfredys Berlanga, Tamara Defranc, Barbara Sotolongo, Andreas Tzakis University of Miami
OR#35 IS STOMAL BIOPSY ADEQUATE TO MONITOR FOR COMPLICATIONS IN THE PERI-INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT PERIOD?
Tagliabue F, Beath SV, Sharif K, Chardot C, Muiesan P, Mayer AD, Mirza DF, Gupte GL Liver unit (including small bowel transplantation) Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham B4 6NH. Hepatobiliary Unit Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
OR#36 FREE PLASMATIC DNA AS A BIOMARKER FOR INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION RECIPIENTS: QUANTIFICATION AND MICROCHIMERIC ANALYSIS
Annalisa Altimari°, Elisa Gruppioni°, Elisa Capizzi°, Alessio Degiovanni°, Michelangelo Fiorentino°, Deborah Malvi*, Francesco Vasuri*, Tiziana Lazzarotto§, Augusto Lauro^, Antonio Daniele Pinna^, Walter Franco Grigioni*, Antonia D’Errico Grigioni* °Molecular and Transplantation Pathology Laboratory of the “F.Addarii” Institute, *Pathology Division of the “F.Addarii” Institute, §Microbiology Division, ^Division of Liver and Multivisceral Transplantation, S.Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, Bologna University, Bologna, Italy
OR#37 ACUTE GRAFT REJECTION AND EBV INFECTION AFTER SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANT (ITX) ARE ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD LYMPHOCYTE SUBSETS (PLS)
Dell-Olio D1, Beath SV1, Gowen H2, Batista L3, Tahami F3, Gupte GL1 1 Liver Unit, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, UK. 2 Intestinal Failure Registry, Institute of Child Health, Birmingham. 3 Department of Clinical Immunology, Royal Free Hospital, London.
OR#38 C4D DEPOSITION IS HIGHLY PREVALENT IN BOTH MUCOSAL AND SUBMUCOSAL VASCULATURE OF INTESTINAL ALLOGRAFT BIOPSIES
Evelyne Lerut (1) , Gert De Hertogh (1), Diethard Monbaliu (2), Karel Geboes (1), Jacques Pirenne (2) (1) Dept. Morphology and Molecular Pathology, (2) Dept. Abdominal Transplant Surgery; University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium
OR#39 FAECAL CALPROTECTIN IS A NON-INVASIVE MARKER OF INFLAMMATION BUT NOT ALLOGRAFT REJECTION FOLLOWING INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
Hind J, Surplice I, Powell A, Griffiths P, Shanmugan N, Kelly DA, Gupte GL The Liver Unit, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom, B4 6NH
OR#40 GRANZYME B, PERFORIN AND FAS LIGAND BLOOD EXPRESSION FOR THE MONITORING OF INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION RECIPIENTS
Annalisa Altimari°, Elisa Capizzi°, Elisa Gruppioni°, Alessio Degiovanni°, Michelangelo Fiorentino°, Maria Giulia Pirini*, Benedetta Fabbrizio*, Tiziana Lazzarotto§, Augusto Lauro^, Antonio Daniele Pinna^, Walter Franco Grigioni*, Antonia D’Errico Grigioni* °Molecular and Transplantation Pathology Laboratory of the “F.Addarii” Institute, *Pathology Division of the “F.Addarii” Institute, §Microbiology Division, ^Division of Liver and Multivisceral Transplantation, S.Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, Bologna University, Bologna, Italy
OR#41 PLASMA CITRULLINE AFTER SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION: EFFECT OF TIME FROM TRANSPLANTATION, ACUTE CELLULAR REJECTION AND CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE
L. Pironi 1, M. Guidetti 1, E. Lanzoni 1, A. Lauro 2, C. Zanfi2, F. Righetti3, A. Bagni4, A. Altimari 4, A.D. Pinna 2 1Center for Chronic Intestinal Failure, 2General Surgery and Transplant Division, 3 Clinical Chemistry Division, 4 Pathology Division of the F. Addarii Institute, Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy;
OR#43 MONITORING OF CMV T-CELL IMMUNITY IN PATIENTS RECEIVING SMALL BOWEL/MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION.
Chiereghin A°, Gabrielli L°, Zanfi C*, Petrisli E°, Lauro A*, Piccirilli G°, Baccolini °, Dazzi A*, Cescon M*, Morelli C*,Pinna AD*, Landini MP°, Lazzarotto T°. °Unite Operative of Clinical Microbiology, Laboratory of Virology, *Department of Surgery and Transplantation, St.Orsola Malpighi General Hospital, University of Bologna.
OR#45 ABDOMINAL CLOSURE TECHNIQUES AFTER INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION: THE BERLIN EXPERIENCE
Andreas Pascher, Undine A Gerlach, Johann Pratschke, Peter Neuhaus Dept. of Visceral and Transplant Surgery, Charité Universitaetsmedizin Berlin, CVK
OR#46 ABDOMINAL WALL TRASPLANTATION WITH MICROSURGICAL TECNIQUE.
F.Contedini, M.Santoli, R.Sgarzani, R.Cipriani, A.Lauro*, A.Dazzi*, C.Zanfi*, AD.Pinna* Plastic Surgery Unit, Bologna; Trasplant Unit, Bologna*
OR#47 BILIARY COMPLICATIONS IN CHILDREN AFTER COMBINED LIVER AND SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION WITH THE « OMAHA » PROCEDURE
F.Lacaille, F. Sauvat, M Girard, F. Fusaro, O Goulet, Y Revillon Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades
OR#48 DONOR POOL EXPANSION FOR INFANTS REQUIRING CONCOMITANT LIVER AND SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION
Jaimie D. Nathan, Greg M. Tiao, Maria H. Alonso, Jeff A. Rudolph, Samuel A. Kocoshis, Frederick C. Ryckman Division of Pediatric and Thoracic Surgery, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA; Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA
OR#49 GRAFT REDUCTION STRATEGIES IN EXTREME DONOR-RECIPIENT MISMATCH AND IMPACT ON OUTCOME AFTER LIVER-SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION (LSBTX).
MTPR Perera, K Sharif, C Chardot, C Lloyd, S Beath, AD Mayer, G Gupte, DF Mirza Liver Unit, Birmingham Children\’s Hospital, Birmingham B4 6NH, United Kingdom
OR#51 FLUID MANAGEMENT AND PRELOAD STATUS IN ITESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION: RIGHT VENTRICULAR END-DIASTOLIC VOLUME OR PULMONARY ARTERY OCCLUSION PRESSURE?
A. Siniscalchi, Z. Miklosova, E. Bernardi, M. Cimatti, E. Pierucci, I. Riganello, S. Spedicato, A.Zanoni, E. Tommasoni, A. D. Pinna, A. Lauro, S. Faenza S. Orsola-Malpighi Hospital
OR#53 MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION FOR COMPLEX THROMBOSIS OF THE PORTO-MESENTERIC SYSTEM
RS Mangus, AJ Tector, JA Fridell, S Kubal, RM Vianna Indiana University, School of Medicine
OR#54 STAGED ABDOMINAL CLOSURE (SAC) AFTER PAEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION (ITX)
Sheth J, Sharif K, Gupte GL, Lloyd C, Beath S, Hartley J, Kelly D, Mayer D, Muiesan P, Mirza D, Chardot C Liver Unit (including small bowel transplantation), Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham UK
OR#56 ISOLATED INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT: INTRAOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT AND METABOLIC FINDINGS, REPORT OF OUR INITIAL EXPERIENCE.
Orce Guillermo, Nuñez Julián, Fauda Martín, Solar Muñiz, Cicolini Alejandro, Berrueta Mabel, Silvia Nyveiro, Mir Mariela, Klein Francisco, Gondolesi Gabriel. Hospital Universitario Fundación Favaloro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
OR#57 UPDATE ON RECTUS MUSCLE FASCIA AS A BIOLOGICAL MESH FOR CLOSURE IN ABDOMINAL VISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION
Gennaro Selvaggi, David Levi, Eddie Island, Akin Tekin, Jang Moon, Seigo Nishida, Andreas Tzakis University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, USA
OR#58 PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING ON SMALL BOWELTRANSPLANTATION IN RATS
Wang Z, Hernández F, Pederiva F, Garriboli M, Martínez MP, Burgos E, García A, Molina M, Leal N, Andrés A, Encinas JL, Lopez Santamaría M, Tovar JA. Hospital Universitario La Paz, Madrid, Spain
OR#59 DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (AST) TO PLATELET RATIO INDEX (APRI) AND PLATELET AGE ADJUSTED SPLEEN DIAMETER RATIO (PASD) FOR THE PREDICTION OF HEPATIC FIBROSIS IN CHILDREN WITH INTESTINAL FAILURE ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE (IFALD)
Mohammed A, Lloyd C, Davies P, Gupte GL Liver Unit (including small bowel transplantation), Birmingham Children’s hospital Foundation NHS Trust, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham B4 6NH, UK
OR#60 DOES THE COLON PLAY A ROLE IN INTESTINAL ADAPTATION IN INFANTS WITH SHORT BOWEL SYNDROME? A MULTIPLE VARIABLE ANALYSIS.
Ivan R Diamond, Marie-Chantal Struijs, Nicole T de Silva, Paul W Wales. Group for Improvement of Intestinal Function and Treatment, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
OR#64 OUTCOMES OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF INFANTS WITH INTESTINAL FAILURE ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE
Kara Ventura, Robert Cowles, Mercedes Martinez, Dominique Jan, Tomoaki Kato, Steven Lobritto Columbia University Medical Center, New York, Usa
OR#65 ADULT SMALL INTESTINAL AND MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION: A UNITED KINGDOM EXPERIENCE FROM A SINGLE CENTRE
Rajesh Sivaprakasam1, RK Praseedom1, AJ Butler1, T Key3, JM Woodward2, S Gabe4, CJE Watson1, SJ Middleton2 and NV Jamieson1 Department of Transplantation1, Gastroenterology2, Tissue Typing3, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. Lennard-Jones Intestinal Failure Unit, St Mark’s Hospital and Academic Institute, Harrow4, United Kingdom.
OR#66 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CYTOKINE GENE POLYMORPHISMS AND RATE OF EARLY AND LATE ACUTE REJECTION AND OF DEATH IN ADULT INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS.
Pironi L1, Bontadini A2, Lauro A3, Iannelli S2, Zanfi C3, Lanzoni E1, Pinna AD3 1 Center for Chronic Intestinal Failure, 2 Immunology and Transfusion Service, 3 Liver and Multiorgan Transplant Unit, St.Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, University of Bologna, Italy
OR#67 CAMBRIDGE-MIAMI SCORE (CAMMI SCORE) FOR INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION PREOPERATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT.
SJ MIDDLETON1, S NISHIDA2, A TZAKIS2, JM WOODWARD1, S DUNCAN1, CJ WATSON3, A WILES1 , RK PRASEEDOM3, AJ BUTLER3, SM GABE4, AND NV JAMIESON3 Departments of Gastroenerology1 and Transplantation surgery3, Addenbrooke’s, Cambridge University Teaching Hospital, UK; Miami Transplant Institute, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA2. Gastroenterology, St Mark’s Hospital, Harrow, London, UK4.
OR#68 COMPARISON OF PRIMARY AND REPEAT INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
Khiet D. Ngo, Robert S. Venick, Douglas G. Farmer UCLA
OR#70 IMPROVED OUTCOME AFTER ISOLATED SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION IN CHINA: MULTICENTER REPORT
Li Yuanxin, Li Ning, Li Yousheng, Wang Weizhong, Hei Xiaoshun and Li Jieshou Research Institute of General Surgery , Jinling Hospital; Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Xijing Hospital; Department of Transplantation, The First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University
OR#71 INTESTINAL AND MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF DESMOID TUMORS.
R Cruz, G Costa, G Bond, K Soltys, G Wu, R Sindhi, GV Mazariegos, D Martin, LE Matarese, K Abu-Elmagd IRTC, Starzl Transplantation Institute, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
OR#72 PERIOPERATIVE USE OF THE ANTI-TNF-ALPHA ANTIBODY INFLIXIMAB IN SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION REDUCES ACUTE REJECTION
T. Pech, T.F. Finger, J. Fujishiro, M. Praktiknjo, I. Ohsawa, A. Hirner, J.C. Kalff, A. Tuerler, N. Schaefer Department of Surgery, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany
OR#73 NATURAL HISTORY AND PROGNOSTIC FACTORS OF PATIENTS WITH INTRA-ABDOMINAL DESMOID TUMOR
Cristiano Quintini, MD, Gregory Ward, MD, Abdullah Shatnawei, MD, Xhaja Xhileta, MD, Jeff Hammel, MS, Koji Hashimoto, MD, Renee Rivera, MD, Su Le-Chu, MD, Ezra Steiger, MD, Donald Kirby, MD, Carol Burke, MD, James Church, MD Cleveland Clinic
OR#74 INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES PROFILING IN ALLOGRAFT OF HUMAN INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS WITH CROHN’S ASSOCIATED SNPS (702, 908 AND 1007)
C Chemali, D Lough, J Abdo, C Matsumoto, S Kaufman, K Shetty, T Fishbein and M Zasloff Georgetown University Medical Center
OR#76 EARLY PREDICTION OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC ALLOGRAFT REJECTION IN FK506 TREATED RAT INTESTINE TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
Andreas Pascher, Maren Kloepfel, Sven Kohler, Anja Selke, Christoph Loddenkemper, Katrin Vogt, Peter Neuhaus, Johann Pratschke, Birgit Sawitzki Dept. of Visceral and Transplant Surgery; Inst. of Medical Immunology; Inst. of Pathology; Charitè Universitaetsmedizin Berlin
OR#77 INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION (ITX) FOR CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC INTESTINAL PSEUDO-OBSTRUCTION (CIPO).
Sharif K, Mirza D, Mayer AD, Kelly DA, Buckels J, Hartley J, Chardot C, Muiesan P, Millar AJ, de Ville de Goyet J, Beath SV, Gupte GL. Liver Unit( inclding small bowel transplantation), Birmingham Children’s Hospital
OR#78 INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION: A SINGLE CENTER, 6-YEAR EXPERIENCE AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY
RS Mangus, AJ Tector, JA Fridell, S Kubal, RM Vianna Indiana University, School of Medicine
OR#79 IS SURVEILLANCE ENDOSCOPY USEFUL IN MONITORING GRAFT FUNCTION IN LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF CHILDREN FOLLOWING SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION (SBTX)
Yeop IF, Beath SV, Sharif K, Mayer AD, Mirza DF , Gupte GL. Liver unit (including small bowel transplantation), Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham B4 6NH, United Kingdom
OR#81 LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER COMBINED LIVER/BOWEL TRANSPLANT IN PEDIATRIC RECIPIENTS FROM ADULT LIVING DONORS
J Oberholzer, I Tzvetanov, G Testa, E Benedetti University of Illinois at Chicago
OR#82 OUTCOME OF PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION UTILIZING DONORS ≤ 10KG.
Girlanda R.; Matsumoto C.; Kaufman S.; Desai C.; Fennelly E.; Fishbein T. Georgetown University Hospital
OR#83 POSTTRANSPLANT LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASE (PTLD) IN ADULT AND PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT PATIENTS – UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI 15 YEAR EXPERIENCE
Akin Tekin,M.D,Phillip Ruiz, M.D, Monica T Garcia,M.D,Gennaro Selvaggi,M.D, Eddie Island,M.D, Jang Moon,M.D, Seigo Nishida,M.D,David Levi, Carlos Parra-Herran,M.D, Pablo Beharano,M.D,M.D,Andreas G Tzakis,M.D. MIAMI TRANSPLANT INSTITUTE
OR#84 RENAL FUNCTION IN CHILDREN AFTER SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION
C.Noto, O.Boyer, F.Lacaille, N.Patey, F.Sauvat, P.Niaudet, O.Goulet Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades
OR#85 SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE WITH SEVERE INTESTINAL REJECTION IN INTESTINAL AND MULTIVISCERAL TRANSPLANTATION
E Island, G Selvaggi, J Moon, S Nishida, D Levi, A Tekin, P Ruiz, A Tzakis Miami Transplant Institute
OR#87 UTILITY OF MULTIORGAN TRANSPLANTS BASED ON POSTTRANSPLANT PATIENT HALF LIVES
J Fryer, A Katz, E Wang. Northwestern University
OR#88 COGNITIVE OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN FOLLOWING SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION (SBTX) FROM 1998-2009.
Mears J (2), Lloyd C(3), Hatice T(1), Kelly DA(3), Gupte G(3), Beath SV(3) (1). Dept of Clinical Psychology (2) Dept of Physiotherapy (3) Liver Unit: Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham
OR#89 19 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION AT A SINGLE INSTITUTION.
Wendy Grant, Jean Botha, David Mercer, Alan Langnas, University of Nebraska Medical Center
OR#90 ANALYSIS OF THE INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT FOR 15 YEARS IN ADULT PATIENTS
Seigo Nishida, Akin Tekin, Eddie, Island, Genarro Selvagi, Jang Moon, David Levi, Phillip Ruiz and Andreas Tzakis University of Miami
OR#91 FIFTEEN YEAR OF INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION IN PARIS
F.LACAILLE, F.SAUVAT, C.TALBOTEC, V.COLOMB, F. RÜMMELE, F.FUSARO, Y.REVILLON, O.GOULET Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades
OR#92 PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION IN SPAIN. REVIEW OF 11 YEARS OF THE PROGRAM.
Andres AM, Hernandez F, Prieto G, Ramos E, Aguilar R, Encinas JL, Leal N, Gamez M, Molina M, Murcia J, Martinez M, Frauca E, Larrauri J, Lopez Santamaría M, Tovar JA. Hospital La Paz
OR#93 STRATEGIES, COMPLICATIONS AND LEARNING EXPERIENCES OF A NATIONAL INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT PROGRAMME (1993-2009)
Gupte GL, Sharif K, Mayer AD, deville De Goyet J, Millar AJW, Muiesan P, Hartley J, Chardot C, Kelly DA, Beath SV, Mirza DF. Liver Unit (including small bowel transplantation), Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Trust
OR#94 UNIQUE PERITRANSPLANT PREDICTORS OF PATIENT AND GRAFT SURVIVAL FOLLOWING INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION
DG. Farmer, RV Venick, K. Ngo, J. Duffy, J. Colangelo, Y. Esmailian, K. Artavia, RW. Busuttil, SV. McDiarmid Dumont-UCLA Transplant Center
OR#95 COMPREHENSIVE SURGICAL INTESTINAL RESCUE PROGRAM N ADULT PATIENTS: BOLOGNA EXPERIENCE
Augusto Lauro, Chiara Zanfi, Loris Pironi, Matteo Cescon, Luca Ansaloni, Massimo De Simone, Stefano Faenza and Antonio D. Pinna Dep. Of General Surgery and Multiorgan transplantation Sant’Orsola University Hospital University of Bologna

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