Industry Sessions

Sunday, May 21, 2017
 18:00-19:00 Symposium I  
Chair: Joyce Baard

The new era of bipolar TURBT: Lukas Lusuardi
Bipolar enucleation of the prostate (BipoLEP): Thomas Herrmann
UTUC and Imaging Enhancement Technology: Alberto Breda
The Matrioska technique in PCNL: Emanuele Montanari
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Monday, May 22, 2017
 12:30-13:30 Symposium II: Innovations in Endourology
Chair: Palle Osther

 Welcome: Palle Osther
12:35-12:50 The “perfect” TUR-BT: NBI and bladder endo dissection (BED): Bernard Malavaud
12:50-13:05 Endoscopic plasma enucleation of the prostate: an update: Pascal Rischmann
13:05-13:20 MAESTRO stone portal – A cornerstone in online education: Achilles Ploumidis
13:20-13:30 Dual action lithotripsy in PCNL: Palle Osther
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17:30-18:30 Symposium III: Why Single Use URS are here to stay?
Chair:  Glenn Preminger

Clinical advantages of the single use concept versus reusable scopes: Daniel Perez-Fentes & Jose Ramon Cansino
Clinical experiences after 120+ procedures, is it as good as?: Andreas Neisius
Is single use flexible ureteroscopy the future of upper urinary tract endoscopy?:  Ioannis Kartalas-Goumas
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Tuesday, May  23, 2017
 12:30-13:30 Symposium IV: Double J Stent Removal: Make it Easier!
A One Year Experience with time and cost savings utilising Isiris
Chair: Khurshid Ghani

12:30-12:31 Welcome: Khurshid Ghani
12:31-12:40 Single use removal solution: Isiris clinical efficiency in daily practice: Alberto Budia Alba
12:40-12:50 Double J stents removal: current practice in the US: Khurshid Ghani
12:50-13:00 Impact of double-loop ureteral stent removal method on indwelling time and hospital organization: a Prospective Survey: Vincent Estrade
13:00-13:10 Double loop ureteral stent removal: Consequence of cystoscopes unavailability on hospital costs: Steve Doizi
13:10-13:20 Isiris increases clinical flexibility, drives quality and keeps the surgeons close to their patients: Ben Grey
13:20-13:29 Questions/Answers: All
13:29-13:30 Conclusion: Khurshid Ghani

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