Session 6: Upper GI

Chairs:Richard Stewart

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104 16.00-16.05 EVALUATING THE SUCCESS OF A MANAGEMENT PATHWAY FOR NEONATAL REFERRALS WITH BILIOUS VOMITING

Karim Awad1,2, Rhiannon Jones1, Paolo Decoppi1, Clare Rees1, Joe Curry1, Simon Blackburn1, Simon Hannam1, Kate Cross11Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK, 2Ain Shams University Hospitals, Cairo, Egypt

105 16.05-16.10 AN AUDIT OF BILIOUS VOMITING IN TERM NEONATES REFERRED FOR PAEDIATRIC SURGICAL ASSESSMENT: CAN WE REDUCE UNNECESSARY TRANSFERS?

Paul Cullis1,3, Emily Mullen2, Allan Jackson4,3, Gregor Walker1,31Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, UK, 2Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, UK, 3University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 4Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK

106 16.10-16.15 COMPLEX GASTROSCHISIS: CLINICAL SPECTRUM AND NEONATAL OUTCOMES AT A REFERRAL CENTER

Pablo Laje1, Maria V Fraga1, William H Peranteau1, Holly L Hedrick1, Alan W Flake1, N. Scott Adzick11The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA

107 16.15-16.20 REVISITING THE SURGICAL ANATOMY OF THE DUODENOJEJUNAL FLEXURE IN CHILDREN

Kiarash Taghavi1, S. Ali Mirjalili2, Christine Koch3, James Hamill11Department of Paediatric Surgery, Starship Hospital., Auckland, New Zealand, 2Department of Anatomy with Radiology, University of Auckland., Auckland, New Zealand, 3Department of Radiology, Auckland City Hospital., Auckland, New Zealand

108 16.20-16.25 ENTEROPLASTY BY ANTIMESENTERIC SEROMUSCULAR STRIPPING AND MUCOSAL INVERSION FOR DILATED PROXIMAL JEJUNAL ATRESIA: AN EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUE FOR EARLY ESTABLISHMENT OF ENTERAL FEEDING

Gamal Eltagy1, Ahmad Arafa1, Mahmoud Marei1, Tamer Yassin1, Khaled Bahaaeldin1, Hamed Seleim2, Assem Elfiky11Cairo University, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University Specialized Paediatric Hospital, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Cairo, Egypt, 2Tanta University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Tanta, Egypt

109 16.25-16.35 Our strategies for thoracoscopic repair of esophageal atresia with or without a long gap

Chiyoe Shirota1, Hiroo Uchida1, Yujiro Tanaka1, Takahisa Tainaka1, Wataru Sumida1, Kazuo Oshima1, Ryo Shirotsuki1, Kosuke Chiba11Department of Pediatric surgery Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

110 16.35-16.40 PERI-OPERATIVE OUTCOMES FROM OESOPHAGEAL REPLACEMENT BY GASTRIC TRANSPOSITION: A SINGLE SURGEON’S EXPERIENCE FROM A CONSULTANT CAREER IN A TERTIARY CARE PAEDIATRIC CENTRE

Jake Foster1, Ceri Jones1, Nigel Hall1, Charles Keys1, David Burge11University Hospitals Southampton, Southampton, UK

111 16.40-16.50 Outcomes in adulthood of Gastric transposition for Oesophageal atresia

Edward Hannon1,2, Simon Eaton1, Kate Cross2, Edward Kiely2, Lewis Spitz1,2, Joseph Curry2, Paolo De Coppi1,21UCL Great Ormond St Institute of Child Health, London, UK, 2Great Ormond St Hospital, London, UK

112 16.50-16.55 PATCH TRACHEOPLASTY USING COLLAGENOUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE MEMBRANES PRODUCED BY INBODY-TISSUE-ARCHTECTURE TECHNOLOGY IN A DOG MODEL

Satoshi Umeda1, Yasuhide Nakayama2, Takeshi Terasawa2, Kengo Nakahata1, Yuichi Takama1, Hiroomi Okuyama11Department of Pediatric Surgery, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Suita, Osaka, Japan, 2Division of Medical Engineering and Materials, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Centre Research Institute, Suita,Osaka, Japan

113 16.55-17.05 OUTCOMES OF FUNDOPLICATION IN OESOPHAGAL ATRESIA ASSOCIATED GORD

Antti Koivusalo1, Risto Rintala1, Mikko Pakarinen11Children´s Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

114 17.05-17.10 ULTRA-SHORT OUTCOME AFTER NISSEN FUNDOPLICATION

Thomas J. Fyhn1,2, Charlotte K. Knatten3, Bjørn Edwin4,1, Ole Schistad2, Ragnhild Emblem1,2, Kristin Bjørnland1,21Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, 2Department of Gastrointestinal and Pediatric Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway, 3Department of Pediatrics, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway, 4Intervention Centre and Department of Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet, Oslo, Norway