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General Programme

  •  16:00 REGISTRATION OPENS
     17:00
    PLENAY ROOM
    OPENING CEREMONY
    • The history of the wall: Gimbernat and his work in his time
    • The future of the wall: Big data, robot, artificial intelligence
     18:00

    WELCOME RECEPTION

  • 09:00 – 10:20
    PLENARY ROOM
    Inguinal hernia. There is currently a paradigm shift?
    • Laparoendoscopic approach unilateral. Should be the first choice?
    • Anterior open approach. Should be the first choice?
    • Gender influences the choice of approach/technique?
    • Type of hernia influences the choice of approach/technique?
    • Guidelines gaps
    09:00 – 10:20
    ROOM F
    Ventral hernia. Patient’s Optimization. Compulsory?
    • Risk factors for complications and recurrences. Are apps useful?
    • How to manage obesity?
    • How to prevent SSI?
    • Assessment of dermolipectomy. When? How?
    • Optimisation. Should be at last mandatory?
    09:00 – 10:20
    ROOMS H
    Oral sessions 1 & 2
    10:55 – 12:30
    PLENARY ROOM
    Complications of surgical repair of inguinal hernias
    • How to prevent complications in laparoendoscopic techniques?
    • How to prevent complications in open approach?
    • How to treat postoperative pain? Influences Immediate postoperative? Genetics? When to start treating chronic pain?
    • How to deal with acute and chronic infections?
     10:55 – 12:30
    ROOM F
    Primary ventral hernia. When and how I do it
    • Open sublay.
    • Open onlay.
    • IPOM.
    • MILOS.
    • e-TEP.
    • LIRA.
    • Retromuscular intra-abdominal Access (TARUP).
      10:55 – 12:30
    ROOMS H
    Oral Sessions 3 & 4
     12:30 – 13:00 LUNCH BREAK
    13:00 – 14:30 Industry sponsored Symposiums
    14:30 – 16:00
    PLENARY ROOM
    Hernia concomitant with other specialties in elective setting
    • Ventral/inguinal hernia and morbid obesity
      AW Surgeon point of view.
      Obesity Surgeon point of view.
    • Ventral/Inguinal hernia and colon cancer
      AW Surgeon point of view.
      Colorectal surgeon point of view.
    • Ventral/Inguinal hernia and prostatic surgery
      AW Surgeon point of view.
      Urologist point of view.
    14:30 – 16:00
    ROOM F
    Real world evidence in the treatment of incisional hernia.
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Spanish Register (EVEREG).
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Danish register.
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Swedish register.
    14:30 – 16:00
    ROOM H1
    Video Session 1
    14:30 – 16:00
    ROOM H2
    Oral Session 5
    16:00 – 17:00 Coffee Break
    17:00 – 18:30
    PLENARY ROOM
    Real world evidence (Registries) in inguinal hernia. Is the same everywhere?
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Danish Register
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Swedish register
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Herniamed
    • Epidemiology, Treatment, Complications and Recurrences. Club Hernie
     17:00 – 18:30
    ROOM F
    Inguinal hernia. Clinical cases.
    • Hernia inguinoescrotal gigante.
    • Hernia inguinal recurrente tras TEP y Lichtenstein
    • Hernia inguinal en paciente cirrótico Child B (con ascitis controlada)
    • Hernia inguinal bilateral sintomática en BMI 45
      17:00 – 18:30
    ROOMS H
     Oral Session 6 & 7
     18:30 – 19:15  Poster Walk
  • 08:00 – 13:00
    PLENAY ROOM
    LIVE SURGERY
     08:00 – 09:00
    ROOM F
    Abdominal Wall Research
    • Standardization of Surgical Meshes.
    • Mallas bioabsorbibles.
    09:00 – 10: 15
    ROOM F
    Social media data and Academic journals. Opposite or complementary. Which is the real usefulness?  Post or perish OR Post and Perish
    • The view from a journal editor
    • The view from a IHC/Facebook
    • The view from SoMe4Surgey/Twitter La vision de EHS
    09:00 – 10: 15
    ROOM H1
    Guidelines rectus diastasis
    09:00 – 10: 15
    ROOM H2
    Oral Session 8
    10:15 – 11:00 Coffee Break
    11:00 – 12:30
    ROOM F
    Learning and accreditation. Board of Abdominal Wall
    • Italian
    • Germany
    • ACCESS group.
    • The EHS point of view.
    • Hernia surgery, should remain the “bread and butter” for the general surgeons? A point of view after a surgical career.
    11:00 – 12:30
    ROOM H1
    Parastomal hernia repair. When and how I do it
    • Laparoscopic modified Sugarbaker vs key-hole. 
    • Robotic Sugarbaker vs retromuscular.
    • Incisional + parastomal hernia. Open solutions
    • Incisional + parastomal hernia. Robotic solutions
    • Stoma relocation.
    • ParaIleal conduit and paraileostomies hernias. Should they be treated as a paracolostomy hernia?
     11:00 – 12:30
    ROOM H2
     Oral Session 9
    13:00 – 13:30 LUNCH BREAK
    13:30 – 15:00 Industry sponsored Symposium
    15:00 – 16:30
    PLENARY ROOM
    Incisional hernia prevention
    • “Small bites” in elective surgery.
    • Permanent Mesh in elective surgery.
    • Bioabsorbable mesh in prevention. PREBIOUS.
    • Bundle of standardized measures for closing emergencies.
    • Results using a mesh in emergencies.
    • From publication to practice. Much ado about nothing? 8 min (William Hope)
    15:00 – 16:30
    ROOM F
    Open and burst abdomen
    • When and how we have to use prostheses in open abdomen?
    • When and how we have to use prostheses in burst abdomen?
    • Open abdomen registry Guidelines Open Abdomen 
    • Enteroatmospheric fistula
     15:00 – 16:30
    ROOMS H
     Oral Session 10 & 11
    16:30 – 17:00 Coffee Break
    17:00 – 18:30
    PLENARY ROOM

    Ostomy related hernias prevention
    • Cipher trial.
    • ROCCS trial.
    • ILEOCLOSE.
    • Meta-analisis -ROBIS- 
    • Long-term results of parastomal hernia prevention.
    • Guidelines.
     17:00 – 18:30
    ROOM F
    Component separation in complex AWR. When and How I do it
    • Anterior component separation – Endoscopic subcutaneous CS.
    • Anterior component separation – Endoscopic Retro-oblique CS.
    • Posterior component separation – Laparoscopic TAR.
    • Posterior component separation – e-TEP Access for TAR
    • Advantages of robotic surgery for component separation
    • Open TAR.
    • Open anterior component separation.
    • Anterior vs. Posterior: a critical analysis and physiopatologic impact.
  • 10:00 – 12:00 WORKSHOPS
    • Workshop 1: Anatomy of the Abdominal Wall and Ultrasounds.
      Abdominal Wall Anatomy
      Abdominal Wall Anatomy by ultrasounds
      Abdominal Wall exam by ultrasounds. Tips and tricks.
      Practices with live models
    • Workshop 2: Pneumoperitoneum and BT application.
    • Workshop 3: Chronic inguinal pain Types, evaluation, mapping and treatment algorithm.
    • Workshop 4: Basic laparoscopic technique (knots, etc). Inguinal hernia approach TAPP and PET.
    12:30

    CLOSING CEREMONY

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