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Session Overview:

  • Sunday, October 13th
  • Monday, October 14th
  • Tuesday, October 15th
  • Wednesday, October 16th

 

 Room A 01Room A 06Room A 03 - 04

Room A 08
(Hands on)
Room B 03
(Lecture)

Room A 05
10:00 am - 05:00 pm Pre-Educational Sessions
 

IPSO course oncology
Main themes: Liver tumors/soft tissue sarcoma/bone tumors

 

ESPU course in pediatric urology

 

Anorectal malformations course

 

IPEG course for minimal invasive surgery

 

Traumatology hands-on course

 

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IPSO

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ESPU
 

Supported by


IPEG

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DGKCH
 Main Hall (C 01)Room B 05 - 07Room B 08 - 09Business Room
08:30 am - 10:00 am Session 1:
Opening Session
Safety concepts in
pediatric surgery
Safety concepts
in surgery
     
 

Chairs:
Azizkhan R., Cincinnati, USA
Boix-Ochoa J., Barcelona, Spain

President´s welcome
Azizkhan R., Cincinnati, USA

Official welcome

Congress president´s welcome

Fuchs J., Tübingen, Germany

Safety concepts
Müller M., Lufthansa German Airlines, Cologne, Germany

Redesigning surgical processes to enhance safety
Ryckman F., Cincinnati, USA

     
10:00 am - 10:30 am Coffee Break
10:30 am - 12:30 am Session 2:
Innovations in management of Hirschsprung's disease
Session 3:
Hepatobiliary
surgery
Session 4:
Joint session oncology / urology: Wilms tumor - New oncological and surgical treatment concepts
Session 5:
State of the art: Obesity
 

Chairs:
Coran A., Ann Arbor, USA
Gupta D. K., New Delhi, India

Management of Hirschsprung´s disease
Gupta D.K., New Delhi, India

Innovations in the diagnosis of Hirschsprung´s disease
Rolle U., Frankfurt/Main, Germany

Chairs:
Iwanaka T., Tokyo, Japan
Li L., Beijing, China

Minimally invasive surgery in the management of choledochal cysts and biliary atresia
Li L., Beijing, China

Chairs:
Shamberger R. C., Boston, USA
Warmann S. W., Tübingen, Germany

Oncological treatment of Wilms´ tumor
Graf N., Homburg, Germany

Biologically driven risk-based therapy for Wilms´ tumor
Shamberger R. C., Boston, USA

Biologically driven risk-based therapy for Wilms' tumor
Fuchs J., Tübingen, Germany

Chairs:
Till H., Graz, Austria
Cohen R., Westmead, Australia

Pediatric obesity and weight loss surgery: Myths, misperceptions, and facts
Inge T.H., Cincinnati, USA
12:45 pm - 13:45 pm Lunch Break & WOFAPS LIfetime Awards
02:00 pm - 03:30 pm Session 6:
Thoracic Surgery -
Management of congenital lung malformations
Session 7:
Best poster prize session
Session 8:
Urology - Free papers
Session 9:
Vascular anomalies
 

Chairs:
Holcomb III G. W., Kansas City, USA
Rothenberg S., Denver, USA

Management of congenital lung malformations
Rothenberg S., Denver, USA

Chairs:
Losty P., Liverpool, UK
Bahatirovic Z., Zagreb, Croatia

Chairs:
Rolle U., Frankfurt, Germany
Minevich E. A., Cincinnati, USA

Chairs:
Berlien H.-P., Berlin, Germany
Baratella J. R., Sao Paulo, Brazil

Complex vascular anomalies
Azizkhan R., Cincinnati, USA

03:30 pm - 04:00 pm Coffee Break
04:00 pm - 05:30 pm Session 10:
Challenges in the
management of abdominal wall defects
Session 11:
General
pediatric surgery - GI tract
Session 12:
Urology - Hypospadia / Epispadia

Session 13:
Pancreatic surgery - Congenital hyperinsulinism

 

Chairs:
Höllwarth M., Graz, Austria
Mitanchez D., Paris, France

Challenges in the management of abdominal wall defects – neonatal management
Mitanchez D., Paris, France

Challenges in the surgical management of severe abdominal wall defects with delayed bowel function
Teitelbaum D., Ann Arbor, USA

Chairs:
Tillig B., Berlin, Germany
Ryckman F., Cincinnati, USA

Chairs:
Cuckow P., London, UK
Gearhart J., Baltimore, USA

Severe hypospadias minimising complications, optimising outcomes
Cuckow P., London, UK

Chairs:
Adzick N. S., Philadelphia, USA
Sigalet D., Sidra, Qatar

A multidisciplinary approach to the focal form of congenital hyperinsulinism leads to successful treatment by partial pancreatectomy
Adzick N. S., Philadelphia, USA

 Main Hall (C 01)Room B 05 - 07Room B 08 - 09Business Room
07:15 am - 08:15 am    Breakfast Symposia    
08:30 am - 10:00 am Session 14:
Controversies in necrotizing enterocolitis
Session 15:
Relevance of pediatric trauma systems
Session 16:
Urology -Hydronephrosis
Session 17:
Poster session 1:
GI-tract
 

Chairs:
Moss R. L., Columbus, USA
Eaton S., London, UK

Controversies in Necrotizing enterocolitis
Moss R. L., Columbus, USA

Controversies in Necrotizing enterocolitis
Eaton S., London, UK

Chairs:
Bassols J. V., Porto Alegre, Brazil
Stylianos S., New York, USA

Is a pediatric surgeon relevant in Trauma systems?
Bassols J. V., Porto Alegre, Brazil

The value of pediatric trauma systems
Stylianos S., New York, USA

Chairs:
Nguyen H. T., Boston, USA
Kitagawa H., Kawasaki, Japan

Advances in Pediatric Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Surgeries: Pyeloplasty and beyond
Nguyen H. T., Boston, USA

Chairs:
Czauderna P., Gdansk, Poland
Kim P., Washington, USA

10:00 am - 10:30 am Coffee Break
10:30 am - 12:45 pm Session 18:
Oncology - Neuroblastoma:
Established concepts and novel trends
Session 19:
Short bowel - intestinal
rehabilitation
Session 20:
Urology -
Vesicoureteral reflux
Session 21:
Poster session 2:
Neonatology / Vascular anomalies
 

Chairs:
Fuchs J., Tübingen, Germany
Kogner P., Stockholm, Sweden

State of the art treatment of Neuroblastoma
Kogner P., Stockholm, Sweden

The role of aggressive surgery in the treatment of high risk and intermediate risk neuroblastoma
LaQuaglia M. P., New York, USA

Surgical aspects in neuroblastoma – minimal invasive approaches
Iwanaka T., Tokyo, Japan

The impact of surgical radicality for cure from advanced neuroblastoma
Von Schweinitz D., Munich, Germany

Chairs:
Teitelbaum D. H., Ann Arbor, USA
Goulet O., Paris, France

Short bowel syndrome : management and rehabilitation
Goulet O., Paris, France

Short Bowel Syndrome – Intestinal rehabilitation: Surgical and medical aspects
Sigalet D., Sidra, Qatar

Chairs:
Puri P., Dublin, Ireland
Chertin B., Jerusalem, Israel



Sibling Screening for Vesicoureteral Reflux
Puri P., Dublin, Ireland

Chairs:
Hotic N., Tuzla, Bosnia
Stefanova P., Plovdiv, Bulgaria
12:45 pm - 01:45 pm Lunch Break & Lunch Symposia   Lunch Symposia  
02:00 pm - 03:30 pm Session 22:
Challenges and controversies in anorectal
malformations
Session 23:
Advances and ethics in fetal treatment
Session 24:
Urology – Genitourinary malformations / Undescended testis
 
 

Chairs:
Pena A., Cincinnati, USA
Doi T., Tokyo, Japan

Challenges and controversies in anorectal malformations
Levitt M., Cincinnati, USA

Molecular mechanisms in anorectal malformations
Wang W., Shenyang, China

Chairs:
Deprest J., Leuven, Belgium
Peiro J. L., Barcelona, Spain

Prenatal management of isolated congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Deprest J., Leuven, Belgium

Chairs:
Wester T., Uppsala, Sweden
Shehata S., Alexandria, Egypt

Vaginal reconstruction for congenital and acquired abnormalities
Coran G. A., Ann Arbor, USA

 
03:30 pm - 04:00 pm Coffee Break
04:00 pm - 05:30 pm Session 25:
Innovations in pediatric surgical research
Session 26:
General pediatric surgery - Neonatology
Session 27:
Urology - Free papers
 
 

Chairs:
Seitz G., Tübingen, Germany
De Coppi P., London, UK

Innovations in pediatric surgical research
De Coppi P., London, UK

Chairs:
Wang W., Shanghai, China
Stehr M., Nürnberg, Germany
Chairs:
Banu T., Chittagong, Bangladesh
Büyükünal C., Istanbul, Turkey
 
 Main Hall (C 01)Room B 05 - 07Room B 08 - 09Business Room
07:15 am - 08:15 am  
08:00 am - 10:00 am Session 28:
CDH: From basic research to clinics
Session 29:
Video session
Session 30:
Urology: Neurogenic
bladder
Session 31:
Poster session 3:
Oncology / Innovations
 

Chairs:
Wessel L., Mannheim, Germany
Tibboel D., Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Long-term outcome of congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Jsselstijn H. I., Wijnen R., de Jongste J. C., Tibboel D., Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Chairs:
Kitagawa H., Kawasaki, Japan
Zachariou Z., Ittigen, Switzerland

Chairs:
Guys J.-M., Marseille, France
Fuchs J., Tübingen, Germany

Neurogenic bladder
Guys J. M., Marseille, France

Chairs:
Meyers R., Salt Lake City, USA
von Schweinitz D., Munich, Germany

10:00 am - 10:30 am Coffee Break
10:30 am - 11:15 am Session 32:
Boix-Ochoa lecture
     
 

Chairs:
Boix Ochoa J., Barcelona, Spain
Azizkhan R., Cincinnati, USA

Present, Past and Future of the Colorectal Problems in Children
Pená A., Cincinnati, USA

     
11:15 am - 12:30 pm Session 33:
Third world Medicine
Session 34:
General Pediatric Surgery - Traumatology and Miscellaneous
Session 35:
Urology - Free papers
Session 36:
Portal hypertension
 

Chairs:
Lazarus C., Cape Town, South Africa
Gupta D. K., New Delhi, India

Pediatric surgery in Africa. The challenges.
Rode H., Cape Town, South Africa

Chairs:
Schmittenbecher P., Karlsruhe, Germany
Joeris A., Dübendorf, Switzerland

Chairs:
Sharma S., New Delhi, India
de Jong T., Utrecht, The Netherlands
Chairs:
Schwarz M., Philadelphia, USA
Superina R. A., Chicago, USA

Surgery for portal hypertension
Superina R. A., Chicago, USA
12:45 pm - 01:45 pm Lunch Break  Lunch Symposia Lunch Symposia  
02:00 pm - 03:30 pm Session 37:
Long gap esophageal atresia and quality of life
Session 38:
Oncology - Miscellaneous entities
Session 39:
Urology - Antenatally
diagnosed hydronephrosis
Session 40:
Transplantation
 

Chairs:
Grossfeld J., Indianapolis, USA
Boglione M., Buenos Aires, Argentinia

Rationale for the treatment of long gap esophageal atresia
Boglione M., Buenos Aires, Argentinia

Chairs:
Godzinski J., Wroclaw, Poland
LaQuaglia M. P., New York, USA

Chairs:
Elder J., Detroit, USA
Deprest J., Leuven, Belgium

Chairs:
Millar A., Cape Town, South Africa
Kim P., Washington, USA

Concepts and challenges in organ transplantation in children
Millar A., Cape Town, South Africa

03:30 pm - 04:00 pm Coffee Break
04:00 pm - 05:30 pm Session 41:
Burns and Tissue
engineering
Session 42:
Traumatology - Extremities
Session 43:
Urology - Urinary
tract infections and guidelines for
investigation
Session 44:
Tracheal surgery
 

Chairs:
Rode H., Cape Town, South Africa
Meuli M., Zurich, Switzerland

Paediatric burns: the role of biological and synthetic skin substitutes
Rode H., Cape Town, South Africa

Chairs:
Fitze G., Dresden, Germany
Lieber J., Tübingen, Germany

Increasing operative fracture treatment in children – welfare or burden?
Schmittenbecher P., Karlsruhe, Germany

Chairs:
Koyle M., Toronto, Canada
Boemers T., Cologne, Germany

Current management of urinary tract Infections in infants
Koyle M., Toronto, Canada

Chairs:
Azizkhan R., Cincinnati, USA
Varela P., Santiago de Chile, Chile

Airway surgery in children: „From the larynx to the bronchus“
Valera P., Santiago de Chile, Chile