Poster Walk 5 – Lower GI 2, Upper GI & Urology

Chairs:

  • Lower GI: Sanja Besarovic (Hull, UK) and Ian Sugarman(Leeds, UK)
  • Urology: Liam McCarthy(Birmigham, UK) and Mohamed Shalaby (Bristol, UK)

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65 13.30-13.35 HOW DO CHILDREN RATE AWAKE ANORECTAL PHYSIOLOGY COMPARED TO ROUTINE VENEPUNCTURE?

Eleni Athanasakos1, Tra Shea1, Lucy Wootton1, Sally Dalton1, Susan McDowell1, Kate Blakeley1, David Rawat1, Nigel Meadows1, Stewart Cleeve11The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

66 13.35-13.40 CLINICAL STUDY AND NRG1 EFFECT IN INDONESIAN HIRSCHSPRUNG PATIENTS

Gunadi1, Nova Yuli Prasetyo Budi1, Mukhamad Sunardi1, Alvin Santosa Kalim1, Faisal Farhan Akmal2, Kristy Iskandar2, Indra Adrianto3, Akhmad Makhmudi11Pediatric Surgery Division, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada/Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2Department of Child Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada/UGM Hospital, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 3Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Oklahoma, USA

67 13.40-13.45 SERUM IFABP A PREDICTOR OF BOWEL NECROSIS IN PEDIATRIC INTUSSUSCEPTION

Ademuyiwa Adesoji1, Alakaloko Felix1, Elebute Olumide1, Bode Christopher11lagos University Teaching Hospital, Lagos State, Nigeria

68 13.45-13.50 PAEDIATRIC EMERGENCY LAPAROTOMY AUDIT (PELA): A UK TERTIARY CENTRE EXPERIENCE.

CK Sinha1,2, E Rye1,2, J Galea1, A Bandi1, D Rex1, Z Mukhtar1,2, E Nicholls1,2, B Okoye11St George’s University Hospital, London, UK, 2St George’s Medical School, London, UK

69 13.50-13.55 LONG TERM OUTCOME OF ANTEGRADE COLONIC ENEMAS (ACE) STOMA FOR CONSTIPATION AND FAECAL INCONTINENCE

Leel Nellihela1, Hannah Wright1, Alireza Safaei-Keshtgar11Evelina London Children’s Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

70 13.55-14.00 MORTALITY IN OESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE

Mohd Yusran Othman1, Ros Normani Mohamed1, Zakaria Zahari11Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

71 14.00-14.05 MISSING OPPORTUNITIES TO DIAGNOSE CERVICAL SPONDYLODISCITIS AFTER BATTERY INGESTION

Jonathan Durell1, Robert Wheeler11University Hospital Southampton, Southampton, UK

72 14.05-14.10 THE INFLUENCE OF GESTATIONAL AGE, DELIVERY MODE AND ABDOMINAL WALL CLOSURE METHOD ON THE OUTCOMES OF NEONATES WITH NON-COMPLICATED GASTROSCHISIS

Maria Victoria Fraga1, Pablo Laje1, William Hughes Peranteau1, Holly Lee Hedrick1, Alan Wayne Flake1, N. Scott Adzick11The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA

73 14.10-14.15 ROLE OF ANTACID MEDICATION ON ANASTOMOTIC STRICTURE FORMATION FOLLOWING REPAIR OF OESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA

Ceri E Jones1, Rachel O Smyth1, Melanie Drewett1, David Burge1, Nigel J Hall1,21Department of Paediatric Surgery & Urology, Southampton Children’s Hospital, Southampton, UK, 2Universoty Surgical Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

74 14.15-14.20 IS PROPHYLACTIC ANTI-REFLUX MEDICINE EFFECTIVE AFTER ESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA REPAIR?SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Hiromu Miyake1, Yong Chen1, Alison Hock1, Yuhki Koike1, Shogo Seo1, Agostino Pierro11The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada

75 14.20-14.25 ENGINEERED RAT OESOPHAGI RETAIN SPECIALISED DIFFERENTIATION AFTER 2 WEEKS OF IN VIVO HETEROTOPIC IMPLANTATION IN AN IMMUNODEFICIENT MOUSE MODEL

Federico Scottoni1, Luca Urbani1, Carlotta Camilli1, Demetra Phylactopoulos1, Edward Hannon1, Claire Crowley1, Simon Eaton1, Giulio Cossu2, Paola Bonfanti1, Paolo De Coppi11UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, London, UK, 2University of Manchester, Institute of Inflammation and Repair, Manchester, UK

76 14.25-14.30 CRISS-CROSS DARTOS FLAPS AND TUBULARISATION OF THE URETHRA WITH OR WITHOUT INCISION OF THE PLATE: A SINGLE SURGEONS EXPERIENCE

Nicholas Edwards1, Anna Radford1, Junaid Ashraf1, Ramnath Subramaniam11Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UK

77 14.30-14.35 A REVIEW OF THE INCIDENCE OF URETERO-VESICAL OBSTRUCTION AND COHEN ANTI-REFLUX SURGERY AFTER DEFLUX TREATMENT FOR VESICO-URETERIC REFLUX.

Manabu Okawada1, Nana Tanaka2, Yuki Ogasawara3, Geoffrey J Lane1, Tadaharu Okazaki3, Toshihiro Yanai4, Masahiko Urao2, Atsuyuki Yamataka11Juntendo University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan, 2Juntendo University Nerima Hospital, Tokyo, Japan, 3Juntendo University Urayasu Hospital, Chiba, Japan, 4Ibaraki Children’s Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan

78 14.35-14.40 DIAGNOSING OCCULT VUR: INDICATIONS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF PIC CYSTOGRAPHY

Christos Kaselas1, Milan Gopal1, Alok Godse1, Anupam Lall11The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Great North Children’s Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

79 14.40-14.45 CYSTOURETHROSCOPY VERSUS CONTRAST STUDIES IN UROGENITAL SIUNUS AND CLOACAL ANOMALIES IN CHILDREN

Khaled Ashour1, Sameh Shehata1, Ahmed Osheba11Faculty of Medicine, Paediatric Surgery Department, Alexandria, Egypt

80 14.45-14.50 THE EFFICACY OF BIOFEEDBACK AND TENS THERAPY ON MILD AND MODERATE HYDRONEPHROSIS ASSOCIATED TO DYSFUNCTIONAL VOIDING IN CHILDREN

Can Taneli1, Halil Ibrahim Tanriverdi1, Omer Yilmaz1, Hasan Cayirli1, Bilal Arikbasi1, Mine Ozkol2, Gonul Dinc Horasan31Celal Bayar University Medical School, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Manisa, Turkey, 2Celal Bayar University Medical School, Department of Radiology, Manisa, Turkey, 3Celal Bayar University Medical School, Department of Biostatistics, Manisa, Turkey

81 14.50-14.55 EVIDENCE HOW A MANAGED PAEDIATRIC SURGICAL NETWORK CAN INFLUENCE PATIENT PATHWAYS

Esme Bennett2, Thomas Sullivan2, Maurizio Pacilli1, Marie-Klare Farrugia1, Simon Clarke11Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK, 2Imperial College, London, UK

82 14.55-15.00 PENILE & GLANS SIZE: DOES IT MATTER IN HYPOSPADIAS REPAIR?

Ahmed Hadidi11Emma & Sana Klinikum, Offenbach, Hessen, Germany

83 15.00-15.05 BLADDER DYSFUNCTION IN WOLFRAM SYNDROME IS HIGHLY PREVALENT AND PROGRESSES TO MEGCYSTIS

Ruth Wragg1, Tim Barrett1, Liam McCarthy11Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, UK

84 15.05-15.10 ROLE OF TUNICA VAGINALIS FLAP IN VARIOUS TYPES OF HYPOSPADIAS

Manal Dhaiban1, Nadeem Akhtar11Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University, Islamabad, Pakistan

85 15.10-15.15 A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW COMPARING OUTCOMES FROM ORCHIDOPEXY PRIOR TO ONE YEAR OF AGE WITH ORCHIDOPEXY POST ONE YEAR OF AGE

Benjamin Allin2,4, Eva Dumann1, David Fawkner-Corbett4, Chun Kwok4, Clare Skerritt3, (PSTRN) Paediatric Surgery Trainees Research Network51University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 2National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Oxford, UK, 3Evelina Children’s Hospital, London, UK, 4Oxford Children’s Hospital, Oxford, UK, 5PSTRN, UK, UK

86 15.15-15.20 USE OF PLATELET-RICH PLASMA (PRP)IN POST HYPOSPADIAS URETHROCUTANEOUS FISTULA(UCF) REPAIR

hesham elsaket1, hesham elkordy11cairo university specialised pediatric hospital, cairo, Egypt