On 7 Sep 2020

Day/TimeSession Monday13:00 - 14:00 B. Braun Symposium Focus on anastomotic leakage in the colorectal area in IBD patients Prevention of anastomotic leakage in IBD patients Intro - live - Willem Bemelman (The Netherlands) Francesco Crafa (Italy) Live Q&A  Treatment of Anastomotic Leakage in IBD patients Intro - live - Willem Bemelman (The Netherlands) UK experience - Guy Worley (UK) NL experience - Roel Hompes (The Netherlands) Live Q&A Monday16:05 - 17:05 Ethicon Symposium Intraoperative quality measures to reduce anastomotic leakages Welcome and introduction to the session - Willem Bemelman (The Netherlands) Surgeon factors: EAGLE update - Dion Morton (UK) Technology factors: Echelon circular study results - Vicente Pla-Marti (Spain) Human factors: Digitalised anastomotic checklist - Antonino Spinelli (Italy) Discussions - All Conclusions and closing - Willem Bemelman (The Netherlands) Click here to download further info on the Ethicon Symposium (2MB PDF) Monday19:15 - 20:15 Intuitive Symposium Robotic low anterior rectal resection: from a good start to a perfect end Moderators: Eloy Espin-Basany (Spain), Ellen van Eetvelde (Belgium) First steps in robotic colorectal surgery: Splenic flexure take down during robotic LAR - Paolo Pietro Bianchi (Italy) Tips and tricks in the lower third: Dissection and transection of the rectum during robotic LAR - Marcos Gomez Ruiz (Spain) Q&A Tuesday12:55 - 13:55 CMR Surgical Symposium Patient pathways: clinical cases using Versius How do you implement a new robotics programme from a clinical perspective? Join us to follow a patient's journey through a Versius anterior resection. Panellists: Henry Tilney (UK), Doug Speake (UK), Barrie Keeler (UK) and Nicholas Stylianides (UK) Moderator: Steve Bell Pre-op - Henry Tilney (UK) Case study overview Patient selection/history Panel discussion - All Intra-op - Henry Tilney (UK) Patient positioning and draping Port placement and cart placement Surgical steps Panel discussion - All Post-op - Henry Tilney (UK) Outcomes and after care Early trends in data Robotic journey with Versius Closing discussion - All Tuesday16:05 - 17:05 Medtronic Symposium New guidance for prevention of incisional hernia and treating incontinence with sacral neuromodulation therapy Moderators: Julie Cornish (UK), Charles Knowles (UK), Klaus Matzel (Germany) Part 1: Preventing incisional hernia by enhanced wound closure techniques - Miguel Ángel García-Ureña (Spain) Panel discussion Part 2: The New InterStim™ SureScan™ systems - more choice for each patient Patient selection - Thomas Dudding (UK) Surgical technique - Thomas Dudding (UK) Simplified programming - Paul A Lehur (France) Panel discussion Tuesday19:15 - 20:15 THD Symposium How early diagnosis and monitoring obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) may prevent and delay incontinence Moderators: Stéphanie O. Breukink (The Netherlands), Paul A Lehur (France), Emanuel Cavazzoni (Italy) Introduction - Stéphanie O. Breukink (The Netherlands) Thoughts on the adoption of new tools - Alex Leo (UK) How early diagnosis and monitoring obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) may prevent and delay incontinence - Supriya Bulchandani (UK) Live Q&A - All Closing discussion - Paul A Lehur (France) Wednesday13:25 - 13:55 Reach Surgical Symposium Right colectomy with total mesocolon excision. When and technical tips? Speaker: Romulo Almeida (Brazil) Wednesday20:00 - 21:00 Ethicon Sponsored Session#ColorectalLIVE Speakers: Richard Brady (UK) and Des Winter (UK) Join Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Richard Brady as he is joined by Professor Des Winter, Editor in Chief at the BJS, consultant surgeon at St Vincent’s University Hospital and Professor in Surgery at University College Dublin, as well as Chair of the Virtually Vilnius ESCP Programme Committee. In this sixth episode of #ColorectalLIVE from Johnson & Johnson Institute and Ethicon, Richard will be asking Des about his career, practice changing research, clinical interests and his key role in academic publishing. You can join in the conversation by posting your questions and comments on Twitter for Des using the hashtag #ColorectalLIVE.

On 31 Jul 2020

The 2020 ESCP Annual Conference went virtual and we wish to thank all our sponsors and supporters for helping to make this event a great success. ESCP gratefully acknowledges Diamond sponsors CMR Surgical, Ethicon, Intuitive Surgical, Medtronic and THD, Sapphire sponsors B Braun, and Emerald sponsors Reach Surgical. A-Z of Sponsors and Exhibitors Biolitec B. Braun BK Medical CMR Surgical Ethicon Intuitive Surgical Karl Storz Medtronic NeoLaser Reach Surgical THD Biolitec The biolitec group, with its multiple use Leonardo DUAL 45 Laser introduces minimally-invasive treatments of hemorrhoids (LHP® and HeLP®), Anal fistulas (FiLaC®), Sinus Pilonidalis (SiLaC®) and Anal fissures as well. Since 2010 biolitec was the pioneer to introduce them to market and has since then shown clinical evidence for all of them. Sapphire Sponsor B. Braun B. Braun is one of the world's leading providers and manufacturers of healthcare solutions today. Every service that B. Braun provides incorporates the entirety of our knowledge and skills, the company's deep understanding of users' needs, and extensive expertise. With special focus on colorectal surgery solutions, B. Braun presents the CSC-KOL, an innovative mechanical stapler that helps to prevent the Anastomotic Leakages and Endo-SPONGE, a unique endoluminal vacuum therapy for treating anastomotic leakages. BK Medical Plan treatment and confirm results using high-resolution ultrasound. BK Medical offers unique 3D imaging to help you see detailed normal and abnormal anorectal anatomy. Diamond Sponsor CMR Surgical CMR Surgical (CMR) is a global medical devices company dedicated to transforming surgery with Versius®, a next-generation surgical robot. Headquartered in Cambridge, United Kingdom, CMR is committed to working with surgeons, surgical teams and hospital partners, to provide an optimal tool to make robotic minimal access surgery universally accessible and affordable. With Versius, we are on a mission to redefine the surgical robotics market with practical, innovative technology and data that can improve surgical care. Founded in 2014, CMR Surgical is private limited company backed by an international shareholder base of specialist and generalist investors. Diamond Sponsor Ethicon From creating the first sutures, to revolutionising surgery with minimally invasive procedures, Ethicon, part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, has made significant contributions to surgery for more than 60 years. Our continuing dedication to Shape the Future of Surgery is built on our commitment to help address the world's most pressing healthcare issues, and improve and save more lives. Through Ethicon's surgical technologies and solutions including sutures, staplers, energy devices, trocars and hemostats and our commitment to treat serious medical conditions like obesity and cancer worldwide, we deliver innovation to make a life-changing impact. Learn more at www.ethicon.com/emea, and follow us on Twitter @Ethicon. Diamond Sponsor Intuitive Surgical Intuitive brings more than two decades of leadership in robotic-assisted surgical technology and solutions to its offerings, and develops, manufactures, and markets the da Vinci surgical system. Karl Storz Karl Storz is a renowned manufacturer that is well established in all fields of endoscopy and is well-known for its innovative and high-quality products. Diamond Sponsor Medtronic Patients are at the center of everything we do - and we believe medical technology can play an even greater role in improving people’s lives. Join us in our commitment to take healthcare Further, Together. Be inspired at medtronic.com. NeoLaser neoLaser is a world leader in design, manufacturing and supply of high-end surgical lasers for coloproctology including haemorrhoids, anal fistula and pilonidal sinus treatments. Emerald Sponsor Reach Surgical Reach Surgical is the largest local minimally invasive surgical enterprise in China with integrated R&D, manufacturing and distribution of stapler and energy products. Diamond Sponsor THD THD is committed to the development of cutting-edge and minimally invasive solutions for the advanced diagnosis and treatment of anorectal disorders. The effectiveness of THD Doppler® method for haemorrhoid treatment and of THD SphinKeeper® and THD GateKeeper® procedures for fecal incontinence is confirmed by several scientific studies. THD’s range of surgical, diagnostic and topical treatments for coloproctology is successfully used in over 60 countries.

On 30 Jun 2020

Links to videos of some presentations are given below; these are accessible to members. You need to be logged in to access these resources. Not a member? Join ESCP here Time (CEST)Event 12:30 - 13:00 ESCP Annual General Meeting 13:25 - 13:55 Sponsored Symposium 13:55 - 16:05 Educational 13:55 - 14:00 Welcome Host: Dieter Hahnloser (Switzerland) 14:00 - 15:10 For Trainees video Introduction video Protective ileostomy only in selected cases - Tomas Poskus (Lithuania) video Anal Fistula: options - Bruno Roche (Switzerland) video Haemorrhoidectomy: the traditional way - Monica Millan (Spain) video Rectal prolapse: what to do? - Karoline Horisberger (Switzerland) video Fellowships and EBSQ examination in Coloproctology - David Zimmerman (The Netherlands) video Panel Discussion 15:10 - 16:00 Top Abstract Presentations cont'd video Elective cancer surgery in COVID-19 free surgical pathways during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: an international, multi-centre, comparative cohort study - COVIDSurg Collaborative (UK) video Septin 9 as a follow-up biomarker in colorectal cancer - Miguel Leon Arellano (Spain) video Genome-wide association analysis in 401,583 individuals identifies novel therapeutic targets for haemorrhoids - Waheed-Ul-Rahman Ahmed (UK) video CRP daily variation - a valuable tool for excluding anastomotic leakage - Ricardo Rocha (Portugal) 15:50 - 15:55 Wrap-up Host: Dieter Hahnloser (Switzerland) 17:05 - 19:10 Colorectal Cancer 17:05 - 17:10 Welcome Host: Evangelos Xynos (Greece) 17:10 - 18:35 video Introduction video Microsatellite instability for colorectal surgeons - Nick West (UK) video Cancer risk and surgical considerations in Lynch syndrome - Toni Seppälä (Finland) video Do we need more or less chemotherapy for colon cancer? - Eric Van Cutsem (Belgium) video 'Quality' D2 versus D3 lymphadenectomy in colorectal cancer - Alexsei Petrov (Russia) video Short-course RT for rectal cancer - a step towards TNT? - Anna Martling (Sweden) video Risk assessment of lateral lymph nodes and therapeutic implications in rectal cancer - George Chang (USA) video Cytoreduction with or without HIPEC for peritoneal carcinomatosis - Diane Goere (France) video Panel Discussion 18:35 - 18:50 Standardised Trainee Video video Open low anterior resection - Ayhan Kuzu (Turkey) 18:50 - 19:50 Top Abstract Presentations cont'd video Safety of change in practice from minimally invasive to open gastrointestinal cancer surgery during the COVID-19 pandemic: international cohort study - Joana Simoes (UK) video Highly selective diversion with pro-active leakage management after low anterior resection for rectal cancer is a safe strategy with potential benefits - Kevin Talboom (The Netherlands) video Digital human project: 3D photogrammetry for human cadaveric pelvic specimens: an innovation in colorectal anatomical education - Jordon Fletcher (UK) video Influence of minimally invasive resection technique on sphincter preservation and short term outcome in low rectal cancer in The Netherlands - Marieke Rutgers (The Netherlands) video Local recurrence and disease-free survival two years after transanal total mesorectal excision: results of the International TaTME Registry - Sapho Roodbeen (The Netherlands) video Anastomotic techniques and leakage rates in minimally invasive right hemicolectomy for cancer. A 4-year nationwide cohort from the Danish Colorectal Cancer Registry (DCCG) - Helene Juul Würtz (Denmark) 19:50 - 20:00 Wrap-up ESCP Virtual Week Host and ESCP President: Evangelos Xynos (Greece) 20:00 - 21:00 Sponsored Symposium

On 30 Jun 2020

Links to videos of some presentations are given below; these are accessible to members. You need to be logged in to access these resources. Not a member? Join ESCP here Time (CEST)Event 12:55 - 13:55 Sponsored Symposium 13:55- 16:05 Global Reach of ESCP & Related Research 13:55 - 14:00 Welcome Hosts: Dion Morton (UK) and Simon Ng (Hong Kong) 14:00 - 14:55 Meeting the Covid Challenge video Introduction Report from: China - Hongwei Yao (China) video Report from: Hong Kong - Kaori Futaba (Hong Kong) video Report from: Italy - Antonino Spinelli (Italy) video COVID-SURG trial - Aneel Bhangu (UK) video Panel Discussion 14:55 - 15:40 Training Around the Globe video Introduction - Dion Morton (UK) video The future of proctoring - Nadine Hachach-Haram (UK) video Books? Video? E-Learning? Virtual Conferences? - Per Nilsson (Sweden) video 3D imaging and printing for planning operations - Alvaro Garcia-Granero (Spain) video Panel Discussion 15:40 - 16:00 Top Abstract Presentations cont'd video Efficacy and safety of non-antibiotic outpatient treatment in mild acute diverticulitis (the DINAMO-study). A multicentre, randomised, open-label, non-inferiority trial - Laura Mora-López (Spain) video Randomised phase III trial comparing low-pressure versus standard-pressure pneumoperitoneum in laparoscopic colectomy - Quentin Denost (France) 16:00 - 16:05 Wrap-up Hosts: Dion Morton (UK) and Simon Ng (Hong Kong) 16:05 - 17:05 Sponsored Symposium 17:05 - 19:10 Faecal Incontinence 17:05 - 17:10 Welcome Host: Charles Knowles (UK) 17:10 - 17:25 Core Subject Update for EBSQ examination video Faecal incontinence - Yasuko Maeda (UK) 17:25 - 18:25 video Introduction video Preoperative work-up: how to interpret the results - Julie Cornish (UK) video Anal Pathophysiology: beyond the sphincter - Emma Carrington (Ireland) video Traumatic sphincter injury: repair now or later - Carlo Ratto (Italy) video Minimally invasive and novel surgical therapies - Paul-Antoine Lehur (France) video Panel discussion 18:25 - 18:40 Standardised Trainee Video video Sacral nerve modulation  - Klaus Matzel (Germany) 18:40 - 18:55 Standardised Trainee Video video Extended colectomy right  - Ayhan Kuzu (Turkey) 18:55 - 19:05 Top Abstract Presentations cont'd video Magnetic anal sphincter vs. sacral neuromodulation in the treatment of severe fecal incontinence: final clinical results of the MOS STIC randomised controlled trial - Emilie Duchalais (France) 19:05 - 19:10 Wrap-up Host: Charles Knowles (UK) 19:15 - 20:15 Sponsored Symposium

On 30 Jun 2020

Links to videos of some presentations are given below; these are accessible to members. You need to be logged in to access these resources. Not a member? Join ESCP here Time (CEST)Event 12:40 – 13:00 Welcome to ESCP Virtual Week and President's Address  Willem Bemelman (The Netherlands) 13:00 - 14:00 Sponsored Symposium 14:00 - 16:05 Hot Topics 14:00 - 14:20 Core Subject Update for EBSQ Coloproctology examination video The new guidelines on diverticulitis - Eva Angenete (Sweden) 14:20 - 15:20 Gender influences on colorectal cancer treatment video Introduction video Anatomy of the pelvic nerves - Thilo Wedel (Germany) video Preserving sexual function in rectal cancer treatment options - Anne Thyø (Denmark)  video Pelvic floor / vaginal reconstruction after abdominoperineal excision - Shan Shan Qiu Shao (The Netherlands) video Preservation of fertility options, surgical considerations (Cryo preservation and best practise ) - Kenny Rodriguez-Wallberg (Sweden) Panel Discussion 15:20 - 15:35 Standardised Trainee Video video Continent Kock pouch - Gabriela Möslein (Germany) 15:35 - 15:50 Standardised Trainee Video video Robotic sigmoidectomy - Carmen Cagigas Fernandez (Spain) 15:50 - 15:55 Wrap-up Host and ESCP President: Willem Bemelman (The Netherlands) 16:05 - 17:05 Sponsored Symposium 17:05 - 19:15 Inflammatory Bowel Disease 17:05 - 17:10 Welcome Host: Richard Brady (UK) 17:10 - 17:25 Core subject update for EBSQ Coloproctology examination video Perianal Crohn's disease  - Janindra Warusavitarne (UK) 17:25 - 18:25 video Introduction video MASC trial - Matteo Frasson (Spain) video Ileocolic resection for Crohn's disease: giving the gastroenterologist a fresh start - Antonino Spinelli (Italy) video How can the surgeon change the natural course of IBD? - Christianne Buskens (The Netherlands) video IRA, pouch, or Kock's pouch for UC - Caroline Nordenvall (Sweden) video Panel Discussion 18:25 - 18:40 Standardised Trainee Video video Transanal advancement flat  - David Zimmerman (The Netherlands) 18:40 - 19:10 Top Abstract Presentations video Routine diversion at pouch reconstruction may not reduce the incidence of pouch-related sepsis or failure in patients with ulcerative colitis - Amandeep Pooni (Canada) video Multi-modal stimulant and osmotic laxatives to improve recovery of gastrointestinal function after colorectal surgery – The STIMULAX randomised controlled trial - Nagendra Dudi-Venkata (Australia) video Preventing hemorrhoids and fissures of pregnancy: results of the randomized controlled trial - Tomas Poskus (Lithuania) 19:10 - 19:15 Wrap-up Richard Brady (UK) 19:15 - 20:15 Sponsored Symposium

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ESCP gratefully acknowledges Diamond sponsors CMR Surgical, Ethicon, Intuitive Surgical, Medtronic and THD, Sapphire sponsors B Braun, and Emerald sponsors Reach Surgical.

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