SESSION 1:  ASIT/CLINICAL GI SESSION

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

Friday, 2nd March 2018

SESSION 1: ASIT/CLINICAL GI SESSION
ROOM: GEMS0-016
TIME: 9.00-11.10am (7 Minute Presentation & 3 Minute Discussion)
Chairs: Ms Helen Mohan & Ms Christina Fleming

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9.00
1.
An observational study of perioperative outcome measures in patients undergoing nephrectomy
J Craven, E Martyn, J McCann
Warrington and Halton Foundation Trust, Lovely Lane, Warrington, UK
9.10
2.
Neoadjuvant chemoradiation for oesophageal cancer impairs pulmonary physiology preoperatively, with impact on postoperative respiratory complications and quality of life
JA Elliott, L O’Byrne, G Foley, CF Murphy, S King, EM Guinan, N Ravi, JV Reynolds
Department of Surgery, Trinity Centre for Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Trinity College and St. James’s Hospital, Dublin
9.20
3.
Close to the bosom: annual mammogram surveillance as a follow up tool for post-op breast cancer patients
M Okocha, M Verroiotou and S Govindarajulu
Bristol Breast Care Centre, Southmead Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust, Bristol
9.30
4.
Cancer of unknown origin: incidence and clinical course
M Alzamzami, TM Connelly, A Mehmood, MS Khan, G O’Donoghue
Dept of Surgery, University Hospital Waterford
9.40
5.
Factors associated with attendance rates of scheduled elective general surgery: A qualitative study
CDm Clements, V Kaur, N Obeid, S Irukulla
Department of Upper Gastrointestinal of Surgery, Ashford St Peters Hospital, Chertsey
9.50
6.
Assessment of tumour budding in pre-treatment biopsies and its impact on outcomes in locally advanced rectal cancer patients
B Creavin, E Ryan, A McCarthy, D Gibbons, K Sheahan, DC Winter
Centre for Colorectal Disease, St Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin
10.00
7.
Minimally invasive surgical management of spontaneous oesophageal perforation (Boerhaave’s syndrome)
JA Elliott, L Buckley, A Athanasiou, TJ Murphy
Department of Surgery, Mercy University Hospital, Cork
10.10
8.
Sarcopenia is highly prevalent and associated with poorer outcomes in pancreatic and oesophago-gastric cancer: Systematic review and meta-analysis
O’Connor DB, Hartnet J, Bashir Y, Mockler D, Griffin O, Duggan SN, Conlon KC
Professorial Surgical Unit, Tallaght University Hospital, Medical Education Division, Trinity College , School of Medicine, Trinity College, HPB Surgery, St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin
10.30
9.
Laparoscopic guided regional analgesia (LaGRA) reduces post operative pain after laparoscopic cholecystectomy – a randomised, controlled trial
DP Joyce, R Craig, K Bernard, A Gamal, N Dasmuth, S Mansoor, DP Toomey
Department of Surgery, Regional Hospital Mulligar, Westmeath
10.40
10.
Illuminating neoplasia with systemic indocyanine green and near-infrared endoscopic system- clinical experience
H Khokhar, E Loughman, C McCaul, D O’Shea, R A Cahill
Department of Surgery, Dept of Medical Physics, Dept of Anaesthetics and Critical Care, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin, Dept of Medicinal Chemistry, RCSI, Section of Surgery & Surgical Specialties, School of Medicine, University College Dublin
10.50
11.
Are endoscopic photographers capturing the caecum?
A Waqas, A McHugh, M Hassan, CX Cheung, NM Foley, K Oaikhinan, F Cooke
Department of Colorectal Surgery, University Hospital Waterford
11.00
12.
Sorting the adenomas from the polyps: Are we hitting the mark?
CX Cheung, W Ahmed, A McHugh, M Hassan, NM Foley, K Oaikhinan, F Cooke
Department of Colorectal Surgery, University Hospital Waterford