ISPN 2016 TODAY

 

Hours Hall A Hall B
07:00 – 08:00 Old-New ISPN Executive Board Meeting
(members of ISPN Executive Board)
08:00 – 09:00 Flash sessions 8: Hydrocephalus
Chair: Mihoko Kato, Essam Al Shail, Arthur Di Patri
Flash sessions 9: Hydrocephalus
Chair: Takafumi Wataya, Matthieu Vinchon, NK Venkataramana
08:00 – 08:40
FL-107 Harvey Cushing’s Early Treatment of Congenital Hydrocephalus.
Cortney Pendleton (USA)
FL-108 Shunt-assistants with fixed versus adjustable opening pressures: Comparison of clinical parameters in the course of the treatment of pediatric hydrocephalus.
Wolfgang Wagner (GERMANY)
FL-109 Standardized protocol for perio perative managements of CSF shunting in hydrocephalic infants decreases infectious complications: single-center study.
Naoki Kagawa (JAPAN)
FL-110 Age as a Novel Risk Factor for Revision of Ventriculopleural Shunt in Pediatric Patients.
J. Gordon McComb (USA)

FL-111 Ventriculoperitoneal vs percutanously-placed Ventriculoatrial Shunts: Which is better? A Single Institution’s 13-Year Experience.
Robert Keating (USA)

Discussion

08:00 – 08:20
FL-122 Differences in cerebrospinal fluid motion in the ventricle and subarachnoid space.
Takuya Akai (JAPAN)
FL-123 Clinical and radiological analysis of macrocrania.
Atsuko Harada (JAPAN)
FL-124 Temporal arachnoidal cysts-15 years of neuroendoscopic experience.
Sergio R Valenzuela (CHILE) FL-125 Midline Intracranial Arachnoid Cyst in Children. What is the best treatment?
Essam A. Elgamal (UAE)

FL-126 Sport-related structural brain injury associated with arachnoid cysts in the pediatric population: a systematic review and quantitative analysis.
Christopher Bonfield (USA)

Discussion
08:20 – 08:40
FL-112 Impact of CSF parameters on decision making in the management of bacterial shunt infection: results from a global online survey.
Adrian Caceres (COSTA RICA)
FL-113 Ventriculo-subgaleal shunt using an antibiotic-impregnated catheter: A retrospective analysis of our institutional experience.
Paolo Frassanito (ITALY)
FL-114 Ventriculoperitoneal shunt complications and scoliosis surgery.
Hisashi Hatano (JAPAN)
FL-115 Late Paediatric Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Failures: An Institution’s Experience.
Wan Tew Seow (SINGAPORE)

FL-116 Long-term Outcome of Shunted Pediatric Patients in Eastern Finnish Population 2003-2013.
Joona Tervonen (FINLAND)

Discussion

08:20 – 08:40
FL-127 Efficacy and safety of endoscopic third ventriculostomy and choroid plexus cauterization for hydrocephalus: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Alexander G. Weil (CANADA) FL-128 External Ventricular Drainage; indications and outcome among Sudanese Children.
Mohammed Awad Elzain Ahmed (SUDAN)
FL-129 Surgical Site Infection and Intra-operative Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Single-centre experience.
Santosh Mohan Rao Kanangi (UK)
FL-130 Single dose versus multiple dose perioperative prophylactic antibiotics in post-operative wound infection in pediatric cranial procedures with implanted skull materials: A single center clinical trial.
Zohreh Habibi (IRAN)

FL-131 Acute Cerebellitis – What a Paediatric Neurosurgeon should know.
John Amaechi Emelifeonwu (UK)

Discussion

08:40 – 09:00
FL-117 ShuntScope in Pediatric Neurosurgery: ventricle catheter positioning into the third ventricle.
Alexandra Huthmann (GERMANY)
FL-118 Endoscopic third ventriculostomy and shunt removal for pediatric hydrocephalus previously treated by ventriculoperitoneal shunt.
Masahiro Nonaka (JAPAN) FL-119 Endoscopic Management Of Intraventricular shunt Related Cystic Compartment In Pediatric Patients.
Ahmed Awad Zaher (EGYPT)
FL-120 Endoscopic treatment of posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus in preterm infants.
Eun Kyung Park (KOREA)

FL-121 Efficacy of ETV in the treatment of hydrocephalus after removal of posterior fossa tumor in children.
Spyridon Sgouros (GREECE)

Discussion

08:40 – 09:00
FL-132 How Evolution Informs the Fate of Ancient Inhibitory Interneurons, in Relationship to the Cerebral Spinal Fluid Contacting Neurons, in the Human Neocortex.
Alexandra R. Kunz (USA)
FL-133 Pattern of Congenital Craniospinal anomalies among Neurosurgical Patients in a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital.
Hammed Abiola Oshola (NIGERIA)

FL-134 Gamma knife for Paediatric patients less than 12 years- The AIIMS experience.Deepak Agrawal (INDIA)
FL-135 The use of Custombone for repair of cranial defects in children.
Carmine Mottolese (FRANCE)
FL-136 Should I Spend My Summer Doing Research? A Quantitative and Qualitative Study Evaluating Student Achievement in a Surgical Summer Research Program.
Ash Singhal (CANADA)

Discussion

09:00 – 10:20 Plenary session 8: Nursing and Hydrocephalus
Chair: Masato Nagasaka, Sandip Chatterjee, Gordon McComb
 

 

 

09:00-09:20
Pediatric Neurosurgery Nursing,
Cathy Cartwright (USA)
09:20-09:35
Assessing outcome in hydrocephalus,
Peter Ssenyonga (UGANDA)
09:35-09:50
Hydrocephalus State-of-the-art 2016,
Abhaya Kulkarni (CANADA)
09:50-10:00
Discussion
10:00-10:20
Past President: Case discussion,
Chandrashekhar Deopujari (INDIA)
10:20 – 10:50 COFFEE BREAK
10:50 – 12:50 Platform presentations 10: Hydrocephalus
Chair: Masakazu Miyajima, Todd Hankinson, Peter Ssenyonga
10:50-10:58
PF-064 Viewing on hydrocephalus from bottom to top – What can we learn from Real-Time MRI?
Hans Christoph Ludwig (GERMANY)
10:58-11:06
PF-065 Using MRI to Establish Patency between Adjacent CSF compartments.
J. Gordon McComb (USA)
11:06-11:14
PF-066 Prediction of shunt failure facilitated by rapid (<40 sec) and accurate volumetric analysis.
Robert Keating (USA)
11:14-11:22
PF-067 Differences in intracranial pressure seen in children and adults could be caused by age differences.
Sarah Hornshøj Pedersen (DENMARK)
11:22-11:30
PF-068 Cerebrospinal fluid leakage in childhood and adolescence.
Koichi Takahashi (JAPAN)
11:30-11:38
PF-069 Altered Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics in Neurofibromatosis l: Severe arachnoid thickening, which can also be caused by asymmetrical CSF pressure through sphenoid defect, may cause abnormal CSF dynamic in patients with neurofibromatosis type 1.
Young Sill Kang (GERMANY)
11:38-11:46
PF-070 Endoscopic third ventriculostomy in infants younger than 6 months old: rate of success and prognostic factors.
Carlos Bennett (CHILE)
11:46-11:54
PF-071 Effective Timing for Myelomeningocele Repair and Simultaneous Ventriculo-Peritoneal Shunting.
Shinya Ishiko (JAPAN)
11:54-12:02
PF-072 Rate of shunt revision as a function of age in a population of myelomeningocele patients with shunted hydrocephalus.
Brandon G. Rocque (USA)
12:02-12:10
PF-073 Incidence of VP Shunt Failure in Children less than One Year Age. Observational Review of Prospectively Collected Data.
Ahmed Abdullah (EGYPT)
12:10-12:18
PF-074 A Classification Proposal for “Ventriclostoma Reclosure Pattern” Based on Experience in 50 Pediatric Cases with Repeat ETV Procedure.
Volkan Etus (TURKEY)
12:18-12:26
PF-075 The Role of Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy in Previously Shunted Children Admitted with Shunt Malfunction.
Farideh Nejat (IRAN)
12:26-12:34
PF-076 Triclosan-coated sutures in preventing surgical site infection in children- a randomized controlled series.
Willy Serlo (FINLAND)
12:42-12:50
PF-078 The Role of Mixed Reality Simulation in Neurosurgical Education.
Giselle Coelho Caselato (BRAZIL)
12:50-12:58
PF-079 Publication rate of oral presentations at the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN) annual meetings.
Christopher Bonfield (USA)
12:50 – 13:05 Closing ceremony
Flag hand-over to Denver
14:00 – 16:00 Post-Congress Course
OMICs Masterclass for Pediatric Neurosurgeons
Max Muenke (USA)
Stefan Pfister (GERMANY)

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