SESSION 3: COLORECTAL

The Graduate Entry Medical School, Faculty of Education & Health Sciences, University of Limerick

Friday, 2nd March 2018 

SESSION 3: COLORECTAL

Room:                  GEMS0-016
Time:                   9.00-10.30pm (7 Minute Presentation & 3 Minute Discussion)
Chairs:             Mr Colin Peirce & Prof Michael O’Riordain

 

9.00
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Preoperative inflammatory markers as predictors of postoperative complications in colorectal cancer patients
Alsaif S, Aherne G, Casey P, Pua P, Cahill R
School of Medicine, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin
9.10
27
The significance of mucin pools post neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy for locally advanced rectal cancer
I.S. Reynolds, D.A. McNamara, E.W. Kay, J.H. Prehn, B. O’Neill, J. Deasy, J.P. Burke
Dept of Colorectal Surgery, Pathology, Radiation Oncology, Beaumont Hospital, Dept of Physiology & Medical Physics, RCSI
9.20
28
The role of nerve block as a diagnostic tool in pudendal nerve entrapment
PP Higgins, E Dickson, EM Hogan, I Lindsey
Department of Colorectal Surgery, University Hospital Galway, Department of Pelvic Floor Surgery, Oxford University Hospital, Oxford
9.30
29
Fentanyl versus pethidine used in combination with midazolam for sedation in day service colonoscopy
Humayra G, M S Javid, O Elfaedy, F Awan, R Pretorius, P Balfe, S Alam
St Luke’s Hospital Kilkenny
9.40
30
Robotic assisted colorectal surgery at University Hospital Limerick
Westby D, Sehgal R, , Chang KH, Waldron D, Condon E, Coffey JC, Peirce C
Department of Colorectal Surgery, University Hospital Limerick, Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick
9.50
31
Correlation between adenoma detection rate and polyp detection rate at endoscopy
B Murphy, E Myers, T O’Sullivan K Feeley, B Waldron
Department of General Surgery, University Hospital Kerry, Tralee
10.00
32
Patient outcomes after restorative ileal pouch anal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis in a single centre over a 15 year period
J Horan, A Brannigan, J Mulsow, C Shields, R Cahill
10.10
33
Perioperative fluid balance in octogenerians and nonogenerians undergoing colorectal resection determines postoperative morbidity
K Scannell, O Obinwa, AC Rogers, RA Cahill, CJ Shields, JJ Mulsow, AE Brannigan
Department of Colorectal Surgery, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin”

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