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WELCOME TO SMIT 2012 – BARCELONA

We expect for the SMIT Conference 2012 to be a formidable and innovative
experience for ...
INDEX

COMMITTEES

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FACULTY LIST

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COLLOCATED EVENT: LIGHT FOR HEALTH

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LECTURE SPEAKERS CV’s

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRA...
COMMITTEES
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITEE - SMIT 2012
Enric Laporte - President and Conference Chair, Fundació Parc Taulí
Pablo...
SMIT STEERING COMMITTEE
Alberto Arezzo - Italy
Kevin Cleary - USA
Jenny Dankelman - The Netherlands
Nicola Di Lorenzo - It...
FACULTY LIST
Dr. ABU-SUBOH ABADIA, Monder
Digestive Endoscopy Service. Universitary Hospital Vall Hebron Barcelona and WID...
Dr. DONOSO, Lluís
Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - UDIAT. Barcelona, Spain
Dr. DOT BACH, Joan
Digestive Endoscopy Service...
Dr. MACARULLA, Enric
Consorci Sanitari de l’Anoia- Hospital d’Igualada. Barcelona, Spain
Dr. MARTÍ, Joan
Universitat de Gi...
Dr. SOKOLOVSKI, Sergei
University of Dundee. Dundee, UK
Prof. SONG, Cheng Li
School of Medical Instrument and Food Enginee...
LECTURE SPEAKER CV‘S
	
Dr. Lluís Blanch Torra
	
Scientific Director of the Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí – Hospital de
	...
Dr. Durduran Turgut
Assistante Professor, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences

	
	
	

Turgut Durduran is Ph.D. in Phys...
Prof. SATAVA, Richard	
Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Washington Medical
Center. Seattle, WA, USA

Richar...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon

THEATER

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
13:15-13:30

WELCOME ADDRESS

13:30-14:20

New te...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon

14:20-16:00

ROOM 1

MIT - PORT ACCESS
Chairs: Paul Wetter, Eduard Targarona

1...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon	

ROOM 2

14:20-16:00	
		

OPERATING THEATER LOGISTICS & NEW
TECHNOLOGIES I (Fre...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon	

ROOM 3a-b

14:20-16:00	

SIMULATION AND TRAINING (Free papers) 			

		

Chairs...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon	

ROOM 3a-b

	18:06	
O-21: Markerless navigation for percutaneous needle inserti...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon	
15:30-16:00	

PHOTONICS (Poster presentations)		

		

POSTER AREA
		

Chair: Pa...
Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon	

POSTER AREA

	18:30	
		
		
		

P-10: Database construction system of the crani...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning

THEATER

FRIDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER 2012
09:00-09:45

FASTDOT PROJECT
Chair: Pablo Loza-...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	

ROOM 1

09:00-09:45	

EFFECTIVENESS & COMPLICATIONS IN MIT		

		

Chairs: Chengli ...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	
10:50-11:35	

CAD 			

		

ROOM 1

Chairs: Jenny Dankelman, Melcior Sentis

	10:55	...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	

ROOM 2

09:00-10:30	

ROBOTICS I (Free papers) 				

		

Chairs: Nicola di Lorenzo...
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Let there be light

Lasers for ophtalmological treatment

Photodinamic Therapy: between
medicine and technology

Fastd...
PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

25
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	

ROOM 2

	11:19	O-47: Gait analysis of human amputees in use of passive prothesis
	...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	

ROOM 3a-b

09:30-10:30	

PORT ACCESS IN ES I (FREE PAPERS) 				

		

Chairs: Eiji ...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	

ROOM 3a-b

	11:19	
		
		
		

O-55: Preliminary comparison of three single access t...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning	

POSTER AREA

09:30-10:30	
	
	

HIFU / ADVANCES IN MEDICAL IMAGING 	
(Poster presen...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon
14:20-15:00

THEATER

THE FUTURE IN MEDICAL SIMULATION- UPDATE
ON THE NEW AMERICAN...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon
16:30-16:50
15:00-16:30

ROOM 1

ICFO’S LAB VISIT (BUS SHUTTLE)
HIFU
Chairs: Calin...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon

15:00
15:00-16:30

ROOM 2

ICFO’S LAB VISIT (BUS SHUTTLE)
PHOTONICS (Free papers)...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon	

POSTER AREA

15:00-16:30	
		
		

OPERATING THEATRE LOGISTICS & NEW TEHNOLOGIES
C...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon

POSTER AREA

15:50

P-37: Efficacy of a new overhead illumination device for
lapa...
Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon
15:00-16:00

POSTER AREA

PORT ACCESS / ROBOTICS (Poster presentation)
Chairs: Kee...
SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning	
,

THEATER

SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2012
08:40-09:30	CARDIOLOGY			
		

Chairs: Dani...
SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning	
,

ROOM 1

08:00-09:30	NEUROSCIENCES			
	08:00	
		

Introduction “neuromedicine”
Uw...
SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning	
,

ROOM 1

	12:03	
		
		
		
		

O-75: The broad-view camera system improves the dif...
SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning	
,

ROOM 2

08:00-10:30	

MITAT EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING			

10:30-11:30	

ADVANCES I...
MAIN ORGANIZERS:

SMIT
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT:

COLLABORATIONS:

MEDICAL TRAINING:
Activity credited by the “Consell Català...
GENERAL INFORMATION
VENUE
Axa Auditorium
Av. Diagonal, 547 Barcelona
WIFI CONNECTION
* Theater Foyer: Network: Foyer – Pas...
SOCIAL EVENTS
Welcome Reception at the Picasso Museum
Thursday, September 20th at 20:30h
c/ de Montcada, 19 - 08003 Barcel...
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ORGANISERS:

SMIT
COLLOCATED EVENT: LIFE 4 HEALTH

ICFO organizes the 3rd edition of the Light for Health in Barcelona as ...
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  2. 2. WELCOME TO SMIT 2012 – BARCELONA We expect for the SMIT Conference 2012 to be a formidable and innovative experience for all the specialists and attendants in the field, who will have the chance to keep up with recent developments, breakthrough equipments, cutting edge techniques and extensive discussions on debatable issues in minimally invasive therapies. Barcelona is known worldwide for its architecture and climate, offering its visitors opportunity to attend impressive social events and historical sightseeing. Being more than a tourist city, it is the heart “Bioregió de Catalunya”, which is known for its accomplishments in facing technological challenges related to health and is also the host of several technological Parks such as “Parc de Salut”, located in Sabadell city. We hope that we will measure up to your most demanding expectations. Welcome to Barcelona! 2
  3. 3. INDEX COMMITTEES 4 FACULTY LIST 6 COLLOCATED EVENT: LIGHT FOR HEALTH 9 LECTURE SPEAKERS CV’s 10 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME THURSDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2012 - afternoon 13 FRIDAY 21 20 TH SEPTEMBER 2012 - morning FRIDAY 21TH SEPTEMBER 2012 - afternoon 30 SATURDAY 22TH SEPTEMBER 2012- morning 36 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW 24 MAIN ORGANIZERS, SPONSORSHIP AND SUPPORT 40 GENERAL INFORMATION 41 SOCIAL EVENTS 42 3
  4. 4. COMMITTEES LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITEE - SMIT 2012 Enric Laporte - President and Conference Chair, Fundació Parc Taulí Pablo Loza - Conference co-President ICFO Ramon Maspons - Fundació Parc de Salut Ivón Landa - Fundació Parc de Salut LOCAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Melcior Sentís - UDIAT Chair, CSPT Parc Taulí Josep Fernàndez Bayó - Chair, UDIAT, CSPT Parc Taulí Lluis Blanch - H. de Sabadell, CSPT Parc Taulí Alícia Casals - IBEC Neus García Monforte - H. de Sabadell, CSPT Parc Taulí Enric Macarulla - H. Igualada Josep Mª Colomé - I2cat Francisco M. Sánchez Margallo - CCMI Jesús Usón Eduard Targarona - H. St. Pau Enrique Veloso - H. Mútua Terrassa Albert Vidal - I2cat Joan Vidal - H. Mútua Terrassa Zhibiao Wang - Chongqing Haifu Technology Co., Ltd Ramón Maspons - Fundació Parc de Salut INSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEE Josep Amat - ESAII Department, UPC University Alícia Casals - IBEC – UPC University Lluis Donoso - UDIAT, CSPT Parc Taulí Joan Guanyabens - AIAQS Xavier Peiró - I2cat Sebastià Sallent - I2cat 4
  5. 5. SMIT STEERING COMMITTEE Alberto Arezzo - Italy Kevin Cleary - USA Jenny Dankelman - The Netherlands Nicola Di Lorenzo - Italy Harald Fisher - Germany Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes - Norway Joris EN Jaspers - The Netherlands Eiji Kanehira - Japan Joachim Kettenbach - Austria Gernot Kronreif - Austria Thomas Langø - Norway Enric Laporte - Spain Michel Marohn - USA Andreas Melzer - Germany William Meng - Hong Kong Yoav Mintz - Israel Richard Satava - USA Jose M. Schiappa - Portugal Marc Schurr - Germany Uwe Spetger - Germany Amir Szold – Israel Calin Tiu - Rumania Daniel Wendt - Germany Paul Wetter - USA Byrnjulf Ystgaard - Norway SENIOR MEMBER ADVISORY BOARD John Abele - USA Desmond Birkett - USA Alfred Cuschieri - UK Lieselotte Mettler - Germany Alan Lomax - Canada Earl Owen - Australia John Wickham - UK 5
  6. 6. FACULTY LIST Dr. ABU-SUBOH ABADIA, Monder Digestive Endoscopy Service. Universitary Hospital Vall Hebron Barcelona and WIDER Barcelona Ms. ALESSANDRELLO, Rosana Barcelona Digital. Barcelona, Spain Dr. ALONSO, Alberto Hospital Clínic de Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain Dr. AMAT GIRBAU, Josep UPC - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain Dr. APARICIO RODÍGRUEZ, Óscar Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - H. Sabadell. Barcelona, Spain Dr. AREZZO, Alberto Centro Universitario di Chirurgia Mininvasiva Università di Torino. Torino, Italy Dr. ARMENGOL MIRÓ, Josep Ramon World Institute for Digestive Endoscopy Research in Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain Dr. AVILÉS, Rodrigo The Insitute of Photonics Sciences (ICFO). Barcelona, Spain Dr. BALAGUÉ PONZ, Carmen Hospital de Sant Pau i la Santa Creu. Barcelona, Spain Dr. BALLIU COLLGROS, Daniel Telemedicine Clinic. Barcelona, Spain Dr. BENAGES CURELL, Anna Digestive Endoscopy Service. Universitary Hospital Vall Hebron Barcelona and WIDER Barcelona Dr. BILBAO JAUREGUÍZAR, José Ignacio European Society of Radiology. Navarra, Spain Dr. BUCIUC, Razvan University of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson. USA Dr. CASALS, Alicia UPC. Barcelona, Spain Dr. CLAVÉ, Pere Hospital de Mataró. Barcelona, Spain Dr. CLEARY Kevin , The Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation Children’s National Medical Care. Washington, USA Dr. COLOMÉ MUR, Josep Maria I2Cat Technological Center. Barcelona, Spain Dr. CONESA, Gerard Clínica Quirón. Barcelona, Spain Prof. DANKELMAN, Jenny Delft University of Technology. Delft, The Netherlands Dr. DELGADO RIVILLA, Salvadora Hospital Clínic. Barcelona, Spain 6
  7. 7. Dr. DONOSO, Lluís Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - UDIAT. Barcelona, Spain Dr. DOT BACH, Joan Digestive Endoscopy Service. Universitary Hospital Vall Hebron Barcelona and WIDER Barcelona Dr. FALCÓ, Joan Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - H. Sabadell. Barcelona, Spain Mr. FERNÁNDEZ, Jorge Hospital de Sant Joan de Déu. Barcelona, Spain Dr. FERNÁNDEZ-BAYÓ, Josep Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - UDIAT. Barcelona, Spain Dr. FISHER, Harald CREAMEDIX GmbH. Weingarten, Germany Dr. GARCÍA MONFORTE, Neus Hospital de Sabadell. Barcelona, Spain Dr. GÓMEZ, Enrique Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Madrid, Spain Prof. GRIMBERGEN, Kees University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, The Netherlands Prof. HERNES, Toril SINTEF Health Reserarch. Trondheim, Norway Dr. HUMBERT, Ludovic Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Barcelona, Spain Dr. ISERN QUITLLET, Jordi Hospital Mútua de Terrassa. Barcelona, Spain Dr. JASPERS, Joris UMC Utrecht. The Netherlands Prof. KANEHIRA, Eiji Ageo Medical Group Endosurgery Academy Ageo City. Saitama, Japan Dr. KETTENBACH, Joachim INSELSPITAL - Universitätsspital Bern. Bern, Austria Dr. KRONREIF, Gerhard Austrian Center for Medical Innovation and Technology. Wiener Neustadt, Austria Dr. LANGØ, Thomas SINTEF Health Research. Trondheim, Norway Dr. LAPORTE, Enric Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - H. Sabadell. Barcelona, Spain Dr. LEMKE, Heinz International Foundation for Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery. Küssaberg, Germany Dr. LOZA, Pablo The Insitute of Photonics Sciences (ICFO). Barcelona, Spain 7
  8. 8. Dr. MACARULLA, Enric Consorci Sanitari de l’Anoia- Hospital d’Igualada. Barcelona, Spain Dr. MARTÍ, Joan Universitat de Girona. Girona, Spain Dr. MARTÍ, Robert Universitat de Girona. Girona, Spain Dr. MARVIK, Ronald Trondheim University, University Hospital RiT. Trondheim, Norway Mr. MASPONS BOSCH, Ramon Parc de Salut Barcelona, Spain Dr. MASACHS-PERACAULA, Miquel Digestive Endoscopy Service. Universitary Hospital Vall Hebron Barcelona and WIDER Barcelona Prof. Dr. MELZER, Andreas Institute for Medical Science and Technology University of Dundee. Dundee, UK Dr. MINTZ, Yoav Hadassah Medical Organization. Jerusalem, Israel Dr. NAPOLI, Alessandro Sapienza University. Rome, Italy Dr. PICAS, Josep European Association of Health IT Managers. Barcelona, Spain Dr. RAFAILOV, Edik University of Dundee. Dundee, UK Dr. RUIZ RODRÍGUEZ, Darío Allianz Medical. Barcelona, Spain Dr. SALES, Bernat Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí - H. Sabadell. Barcelona, Spain Dr. SALORD OSES, Jose Digestive Endoscopy Service. Universitary Hospital Vall Hebron Barcelona and WIDER Barcelona Dr. SÁNCHEZ, Carlos X-RAY-Imatek. Barcelona, Spain Dr. SÁNCHEZ-MARGALLO, Francisco CCMI Jesús Usón. Cáceres, Spain Dr. SCHOSTEK, Sebastian Novineon Healthcare Technology Partners GmbH. Tübingen, Germany Prof. Dr. SCHURR, Marc Novineon Healthcare Technology Partners GmbH. Tübingen, Germany Dr. SENTIS, Melcior Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí- UDIAT. Barcelona, Spain Dr. SERRA, Artur I2Cat Technological Center. Barcelona, Spain 8
  9. 9. Dr. SOKOLOVSKI, Sergei University of Dundee. Dundee, UK Prof. SONG, Cheng Li School of Medical Instrument and Food Engineering University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. Shangai, China Dr. SPETZGER, Uwe Klinikum Karlsruhe - Department of Neosurgery. Karlsruhe, Germany Dr. SZOLD, Amir Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Tel Aviv, Israel Dr. TARGARONA SOLER, Eduardo Hospital de Sant Pau i la Santa Creu. Barcelona, Spain Dr. TIU, Calin Medis Foundation. Prahova, Romania Dr. VELOSO VELOSO, Enrique Hospital Mútua de Terrassa. Terrassa, Spain Dr. VIDAL JOVE, Joan Hospital Mútua de Terrassa. Barcelona, Spain Dr. WENDT, Daniel Westdeutsches Herzzentrum Essen. Essen, Germany Prof. WETTER, Paul Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. Miami, USA COLLOCATED EVENT: LIGHT FOR HEALTH The Institute of Photonics Sciences (ICFO) organises the 3rd edition of the Light for Health in Barcelona as part of the Light for Health focus Program. The L4H2012 is Collocated with the 24th International Conference of the Society for Medical Innovation and Technology in Barcelona. This year's event on Laser for Medical Treatment The Light for Health is composed of Lectures by renewed researchers in the field of Photonics applied to different areas of Medical Treatment. Oncology, Ophtalmology, Pediatrics and Dermatology are a few of the topics that will be presented in the L4H2012. Light for Health invited speakers: Hans-Peter Berlien - Elisabeth Klinik Berlin, Germany José Lamarca - Centro de Oftalmología Barraquer, Spain Tayyaba Hasan - Massachusetts General Hospital, USA Turgut Durduran - ICFO, Spain 9
  10. 10. LECTURE SPEAKER CV‘S Dr. Lluís Blanch Torra Scientific Director of the Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí – Hospital de Sabadell. Director of the Universiity Institue Fundació Parc Taulí Lluís Blanch is Degree in Medicine and Surgery and specialist in Intensive Medicine. Leading researcher in the field of acute respiratory failure, during his professional career he has collaborated in international researches: 1987-88 in Meakins Christie Laboratories of the McGill University of Montreal (Canada) with a postdoctoral grant from the Catalan Government (Generalitat de Catalunya) and the Quebec Government; 1997-98 he got a grant of the Spanish Healthcare Ministry at the University of Minnesota in the USA. He is currently leading a multidisciplinary group of researchers at the Translational Research Laboratory of the Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí. He is working on technological innovation projects related to the remote data transmission in mechanical ventilation. He has held several positions of responsibility in scientific societies of surgery and he is reviser in governmental agencies. He is member of several editorial committees of technical magazines and has published more than 100 articles, writer of more than 60 chapters in specialized books, editor of 5 books and he has received funds for 36 research project as main researcher, collaborator or responsible. Dr. Nicola Di Lorenzo Assistant Professor of Surgery - University of Rome-Tor Vergata. Rome, Italy Nicola di Lorenzo is Ph.D. in Microsurgery and minimally invasive techniques. His training was in New instrumentation in miniinvasive surgery and Internet and biomedical research, residency program of Digestive Surgery and Surgical Endoscopy, postgraduate course on Minimally invasive Surgery and Microsurgery in emergency at the University of Rome-Tor Vergata. He is member of the Steering Committee of the SMIT; member of the International Advisory Board of SLS (Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons); Member of the technology Committee of EAES; counselor and member of the technology Committee of the Italian Chapter of ACS; and councellor of the SICTeCA (Italian Society for surgical technology). Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, EAES, SLS, SIC-Italian Society of Surgery, SICE-Italian Society of Endoscopic Surgery. He has organised national and international meetings on new technologies in Surgery and is author of more than 140 scientific papers and videos published on national and international Journals, mainly focused in the field of minimally invasive surgery and new technologies. 10
  11. 11. Dr. Durduran Turgut Assistante Professor, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences Turgut Durduran is Ph.D. in Physics: “Non-Invasive Measurements of Tissue Hemodynamics with Hybrid Diffuse Optical Methods” by the University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA. He is Assistant Professor of the ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences in Castelldefels (Barcelona). Prior positions include Joint Appt. with the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Pennsylvania, Research Associate and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Deptment of Radiology, of the University of Pennsylvania. He has gained important honors, scholarships, grants and patents. He has more than 15 invited talks and has collaborated in more than 50 publications and papers. Dr. Xavier Gómez Batiste Institut Català d’Oncologia. Barcelona, Spain Xavier Gómez-Batiste is PhD in Medicine, Specialist in Internal Medicine and Oncology and expert in Palliative Care. His principal research fields are: planning and organisation, evaluation and improvement of quality, and mulcentrical research studies. He is Director of the Observatory ‘Qualy’ of Palliative Care – WHO Collaborating Center for Palliative Care Public Programs in the Catalan Institute of Oncology. He is Scientific Director of the Programme of Integrated Care for very ill People and their families of the Obra Social de La Caixa, and Director of the MA in Palliative Care of the University of Barcelona. Prior positions include Corporate, Educational and Training Director of the Catalan Institute of Oncology, Head of Palliative Care Service of the Catalan Institute of Oncology and President of the Spanish Palliative Care Society (SECPAL). Dr. Sebastià Sallent Ribes I2Cat Technological Center. Barcelona, Spain Sebastià Sallent is Telecommunications Engineer by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). He started working in the private sector (Philips) and then changed into the public sector training and researching in the UPC. He was Director of the Telematic Engineering Department of the UPC and is currently Director of the i2CAT Foundation. The i2CAT Foundation is a center of research and innovation, which focuses its activities on the development of the future Internet. His research areas include Internet, high-speed optical networking, integration of fixedmobile and the service quality. He has participated in several Spanish, European and International projects as FEDERICA, Phosphorous, ESA, @DAN, ATDMA, or European Excellence Networks as EURO, FGI, EURO-NF and EURO-FI, dedicated to the Internet of the Future. He has been continuously active in research with more than 100 publications. 11
  12. 12. Prof. SATAVA, Richard Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Washington Medical Center. Seattle, WA, USA Richard Satava, MD, FACS, is Professor of Surgery at the University of Washington Medical Center, and Senior Science Advisor at the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command in Ft. Detrick, MD. Prior positions include Professor of Surgery at Yale University and a military appointment as Professor of Surgery (USUHS) in the Army Medical Corps assigned to General Surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Program Manager of Advanced Biomedical Technology at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), His undergraduate training was at Johns Hopkins University, medical school at Hahnemann University of Philadelphia, internship at the Cleveland Clinic, surgical residency at the Mayo Clinic, and a fellowship with a Master of Surgical Research at Mayo Clinic. He has served on the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Committee on Health, Food and Safety. He is currently a member of the Emerging Technologies and Resident Education, and Informatics committees of the American College of Surgeons (ACS), is past president of the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), past president of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS), and is on the Board of Governors of the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) as well as on a number of surgical societies. He is on the editorial board of numerous surgical and scientific journals, and active in numerous surgical and engineering societies. He has been continuously active in surgical education and surgical research, with more than 200 publications and book chapters in diverse areas of advanced surgical technology, including Surgery in the Space Environment, Video and 3-D imaging, Telepresence Surgery, Virtual Reality Surgical Simulation, and Objective Assessment of Surgical Competence and Training. During his 23 years of military surgery he has been an active flight surgeon, an Army astronaut candidate, MASH surgeon for the Grenada Invasion, and a hospital commander during Desert Storm, all the while continuing clinical surgical practice. While striving to practice the complete discipline of surgery, he is aggressively pursuing the leading edge of advanced technologies to formulate the architecture for the next generation of Medicine. 12
  13. 13. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon THEATER SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME 13:15-13:30 WELCOME ADDRESS 13:30-14:20 New technologies and critical patient care. LLuís Blanch Chairs: Harald Fisher, Enric Laporte 14:20-16:00 INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY Chairs: Andreas Melzer, Melcior Sentis 14:30 The future of the Interventional Radiology Ignacio Bilbao-Jaureguízar 15:00 Single-marker based navigation system for image-guided percutaneous intervention Joachim Kettenbach, K. Lara, M. Peterhans, G. Toporek, D.A. Walach, T. Oliveira do Santos, R. López, S. Weber 15:12 Catheter manipulation in navigating bifurcations in a transparent vascular model Helen Clogenson, J. Van Den Dobbelsteen, J. Dankelman 15:24 Steerable needle with shape sensing for MR-guided interventions Kirsten Henken, J. Dankelman, J. van den Dobbelsteen 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break 16:20-17:00 HOW TO ASSESS AND IMPROVE PALLIATIVE CARE IN SURGICAL SERVICES. Xavier Gómez Batiste Chairs: Joris Jaspers, Melcior Sentís 17:00-17:40 ADVANCES IN ROBOTIC ASSISTED SURGERY (JOHN WICKHAM LECTURE). Nicola di Lorenzo Chairs: Enric Laporte, Alicia Casals 17:40-19:10 ROBOTICS Chairs: Nicola di Lorenzo, Joan Amat 17:50 Use of manipulators vs robotics Joris Jaspers 18:02 Robotic surgery failed to deliver significant advantages over standard laparoscopy Amir Szold 18:14 Human robot interactio analysis durng robotic co manipulation of surgical devices Xavier Giralt, A. Casals 18:26 Clinical applications of robotic surgery – present and future Yoav Mintz 13
  14. 14. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon 14:20-16:00 ROOM 1 MIT - PORT ACCESS Chairs: Paul Wetter, Eduard Targarona 14:30 Devices for single port surgery. Current controversies. Amir Szold 14:42 Ergonomy of Single port Surgery Francisco M. Sánchez-Margallo 14:54 Single port and bariatric surgery. Salvadora Delgado 15:06 Reduced port surgery. The next step? The spleen as a model. Eduard Targarona 15:18 Singles port and robotics. A successful combination? Yoav Mintz 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break 17:40-18:30 MICROTECHNOLOGIES Chairs: Gernot Kronreif, Thomas Langø 17:50 Innovation at the Interface between Medicine and Technology Sebastian Schostek 18:05 An optimised electromagnetic system for endoscopic capsule propulsion: report on a benchtop feasibility study Cathal Ó Lonáird, S. Walsh, L. Barry, M. Buckley, J. Griffiths, T. Power, M. O’Shea, F. Carpi, P Cantillon-Murphy . 18:30-19:10 COMUNICATION & TELEMEDICINE (Free papers) Chairs: Enric Laporte, Ramon Vilallonga 18:40 18:48 O-28: Sensorized capsule for detection of upper gastrointestinal bleeding Sebastian Schostek, F. Zamida, M. Fode, T. Gottwald, M.O. Schurr 18:56 14 O-27: A novel ambulant monitoring system for lower extremity loading during fracture healing Michelle Dme Meeks, H.R. Holtslag, A. Bakker, L.J. Van HermensT. J. Blokhuis O-29: Implementation of internet of things in the monitoring of patients of a morbid obesity program. The Wifiobese Program Ramon Vilallonga
  15. 15. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon ROOM 2 14:20-16:00 OPERATING THEATER LOGISTICS & NEW TECHNOLOGIES I (Free papers) Chairs: Thomas Langø, Carmen Balagué 14:30 O-04: Digital operating room assistant – tracking surgical patients in an eye hospital. Linda Wauben, A. Guédon, L. Vankan, J. Sluiman, D. de Korne, J. van den Doppelsteen 14:38 O-05: Electromedical maintenance management system in surgery facilities based on RFID technology Antonio Lara-Vega, J. Blas Pagador-Carrasco 14:46 O-06: Realtime data acquisition in the surgical operation theatre for analysis of the workflow Armin Schneider, D. Wilhelm, M. Kranzfelder, T. Vogel, A. Fiolka, H. Feussner 14:54 O-07: OR-Staff driven product innovation; improving eronomics and logistics in the operating theater Joris Jaspers, M. Wassink 15:02 O-08: Bioengineering initiative at Children’s National Medical Center: a collaboration between engineers and physicians to advance pediatric surgical care Kevin Cleary, R. Sze, R. Shekhar, C. Peters, T. Kane, N. Safdar, P Kim . 15:10 O-09: Surgical workflow mining and outlier detection using endoscopic video logs Loubna Bouarfa 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break 17:40-18:30 MIT IN AGEING PATIENTS Chairs: Calin Tiu, Ramon Maspons 17:50 Controlled Multisensory Environment (Snoezelen), as a therapy for elderly persons Ferran Massip 18:02 ‘Intelligent pumps for treatment of people affected by parkinson’ Alejandro Rodríguez 18:14 Safer surgery in elderly patients Calin Tiu, A. Negoita 18:30-19:10 Densitometry and 3D modeling for osteoporosis prevention: The VERTEX project Ludovic Humbert 15
  16. 16. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon ROOM 3a-b 14:20-16:00 SIMULATION AND TRAINING (Free papers) Chairs: Harald Fisher, Enric Macarulla 14:30 O-10: Design of a multi-purpose training box for laparoscopic surgery Chen Zheng, Ch. Song 14:38 O-11: Surgical skills assessment with a virtual reality simulator after an intensive laparoscopic training course for general surgeons Silvia Enciso, I. Díaz Güemes, F J. Pérez-Duarte, J. Usón, F.M. Sánchez Margallo 14:46 O-12: Study on transfer of basic skills acquired on the lapsim virtual reality trainer to a clinical setting Cecilie Våpenstad, M. K. Chmarra, E. Fagertum Hofstad, L. Eirik Bø, E. Kuhry, T. Langø, R. Mårvik 14:54 O-13: Virtual reality trainer for laparoendoscopic single-site surgery - initial results Cecilie Våpenstad, E. Fagertum Hofstad, A. Debes, B. Edwin, A. Retvedt Rosseland, R. Mårvik 15:02 O-14: Validation of the lagomorph animal model for training and skills acquisition on neonatal laparoscopic surgery Francisco Pérez-Duarte, I. Cano Novillo, I. Díaz Güemes, M.A. Sánchez-Hurtado, F. Berchi García, A. García Vázquez, F. M. Sánchez Margallo 15:10 O-15: Design and validation of a training program on paediatric thoracoscopic surgery in spain Francisco Pérez-Duarte, I. Díaz Güemes, M.A. Sánchez-Hurtado, F. Berchi García, I. Cano Novillo, I. Díaz Güemes, M.A. Sánchez Hurtado, F. Berchi García 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break 17:40-19:10 ADVANCES IN MEDICAL IMAGING I (Free papers) Chairs: Gernot Konreif, Joan Falcó 17:50 O-19: Visualization method of pressure and stress inside the aorta Nobuhiko Mukai 17:58 O-20: Supervised learning based on support vector machine to segment the liver in MRI José Luís Moyano-Cuevas, F.M. Sánchez-Margallo, I. Dopido, J.B. Pagador, J.A. Sánchez-Margallo, L. F Sánchez Peralta, A. Plaza . 16
  17. 17. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon ROOM 3a-b 18:06 O-21: Markerless navigation for percutaneous needle insertions Alexander Seitel, M. Servatius, A.M. Franz, N. Bellemann, T. Kilgus, B.A. Radeleff, H. P Meinzer, L. Maier-Hein . 18:14 O-22: Modeling method of the male urethra from endoscopic imagery toward the least invasive surgery for patients with voiding dysfunction Takuro Ishii, Y. Kambara, Y. Nakamura, T. Sazuka, Y. Naya, T. Igarashi 18:22 O-23: Vessel-based deformable registration for assessment of liver shift and deformation in an animal model due to pneumoperitoneum in laparoscopy Sinara Vijayan, E. Fagertum Hofstad, I. Reinertsen, A. Rethy, R. Mårvik, T. A. N. Hernes, T. Langø 18:30 O-24: Addressing information gaps in interventional radiology Tips procedures Cecile Cuijpers, P J. Stappers, A. Moelker, E. Varga, A. Freudenthal . 18:38 O-25: 3D Blood vessel centreline extraction for catheter based navigation Rahul Kumar, F. Albergtsen, O.J. Elle 18:46 O-26: Digital elimination of image interferences in the surgeon’s field of vision in laparoscopy Marita Falkinger, A. Schneider, D. Wilhelm, J. Jakob, W. Endress, H. Feussner 17
  18. 18. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon 15:30-16:00 PHOTONICS (Poster presentations) POSTER AREA Chair: Pablo Loza-Álvarez 15:30 P-01: Narrow band imaging in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal graft-versus-host disease: a feasible tool for detecting mucosa and vascular abnormalities at the time of endoscopy Luca de Luca, S. Fiori, M.L. Bianchi, M. F. Fabi, D. Baroncini 15:35 P-02: Assesment of the multi photodiode array (MPA) functionality– premiliminary results Marit Van Velzen, B. Mik, S. Niehof, R. Jan Stolker 15:40 P-03: Sub-millimeter-size opto-mechanical couplings for fast rotational OCT-scanning Arjo J. Loeve, J. Dankelman, P French . 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break 18:00-19:10 SIMULATION & TRAINING (Poster presentations) Chairs: Francisco M. Sánchez-Margallo, Enric Macarulla 18:00 P-04: An evaluation of the endoscopic surgical skills assessment with video analysis software Takahisa Suzuki, H. Egi, M. Hattori, K. Kawaguchi, M. Tokunaga, H. Sawada, H. Ohdan 18:05 P-05: Clinical trainers as tools for technological innovation in medical instruction Juan A. Juanes Méndez, P Alonso Hernández, F. Hernández . Zaallos, A. Rodríguez Calvo, C. Muriel Villoria 18:10 P-06: The construct validity of the HUESAD (Hiroshima University Endoscopic Surgical Assessment Device) Hiroyuki Sawada, H. Egi, M. Hattori, M. Tokunaga, T. Suzuki, K. Kawaguchi, Y. Kurita, H. Ohdan 18:15 P-07: A soft tissue surgical simulator using AR markers and physics engine Yasushi Yamahuchi, S. Kamiyama, T. Hayakawa 18:20 P-08: Smart Dry Lab: recording of surgical tool operation in a training box using AR markers Satoshi Kamiyama, Y. Yamahuchi 18:25 P-09: Three-dimensional facial simulations and measurements: changes associated with facial expression Emi Okada, A. Hayashi, K. Onishi, M. Saze 18
  19. 19. Thursday, September 20th 2012 – afternoon POSTER AREA 18:30 P-10: Database construction system of the cranio-maxillofacial bones using feature points from 3-dimensional CT data Akiteru Hayashi, A. Ogino, M. Arai, E. Okada, K. Onishi, M. Saze, M. Shinya, M. Shiraishi 18:35 P-11: Endo-PathController: a simulator device for investigating manual control skills for steerable minimally invasive surgical instruments Chunman Fan, F. Jelinek, D. Dodou, P Breedveld . 18:40 P-12: Comparative study of the usability of the new E-MIS Platform Telma for different levels of surgical experience Juan Francisco Ortega-Morán, J. B. Pagador, E. J. GómezAguilera, L. F. Sánchez-Peralta, P Sánchez González, J. F. . Noguera-Aguilar, D. Burgos, F. M. Sánchez-Margallo 18:45 P-13: TELMA: an innovative video-based interactive e-learning system for minimally invasive surgery Patricia Sánchez-González, I. Oropesa, L.F. Sánchez-Peralta, J. F. Noguera, F. M. Sánchez-Margallo, D. Burgos, E. J. Gómez 18:50 P-14: Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference systems (ANFIS) for supervised classification of competence in mis based on psychomotor skills Ignacio Oropesa, P Sánchez-González, M.K. Chmarra, R. Pérez, . J. Dankelman, F.W. Jansen, F. M. Sánchez-Margallo, E. J. Gómez 18:55 P-15: A high spatial and temporal resolution lung sensor target, for studies in lung physiology and navigated bronchoscopy Håkon Olav Leira, E. Fagertum Hofstad, T. Langø, T. Amundsen 18:45-19:00 AGEING (Poster presentation) Chair: Ramon Maspons 18:45 P-16: Fall detection - A multi-layer perceptron solution George Alexandru Negoita, N. Thai Anh Ngoc, B. Daya 19
  20. 20. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning THEATER FRIDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER 2012 09:00-09:45 FASTDOT PROJECT Chair: Pablo Loza-Álvarez 09:10 Semiconductor disk lasers for microscopy applications Rodrigo Avilés 09:22 Infra-red laser induced excessive singlet oxygen generation in cancer cells: a new way to kill tumours? Sergei Sokolovski 09:34 Novel compact laser sources for bio-photonics applications Edik U. Rafailov 09:45-10:30 PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY: A BRIDGE BETWEEN MEDICINE AND TECHNOLOGY. Tayyaba Hasan 10:30-10:50 Coffee Break 10:50-11:35 LASERS FOR OPHTHALMOLOGICAL TREATMENT José Lamarca 11:35-12:20 LET THERE BE LIGHT. Hans-Peter Berlien 12:20-13:20 BED-SIDE MONITORING OF NEURO-INTENSIVE CARE Turgut Durduran Chairs: Pablo Loza-Álvarez, Melcior Sentís 13:20-14:20 20 Lunch
  21. 21. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning ROOM 1 09:00-09:45 EFFECTIVENESS & COMPLICATIONS IN MIT Chairs: Chengli Song, Paul Wetter 09:10 Single port cholecystectomy. Evidence based data Alberto Arezzo 09:22 The importance of errors in surgical skills training: Avoidance, recognition and correction Richard Satava 09:34 Laparoscopic surgery of the para-oesophageal hernia Eduard Targarona 09:45-10:30 VIDEO-MARATHON ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL ENDOSCOPY & NOTES (WIDER BARCELONA SESSION) Chairs: Josep Ramon Armengol Miró, Jose Salord Oses USE Therapeutic aplications. Monder Abu-Suboh Abadia, Joan Dot Bach, M. Masachs Peracaula, J. Armengol Bertrolí, A. Benages Curell, J.C. Salord Oses, J.R. Armengol Miró Pure endolumenal gastro-yeyunostomy Joan Dot Bach, M. Masachs Peracaula, M. Abu-Suboh Abadia, J. Armengol Bertrolí, A. Benages Curell, J.C. Salord Oses, J.R. Armengol Miró Submucosal dissection and transmural resection of gastric lesions assisted with magnets Miquel Masachs Peracaula, Monder Abu-Suboh Abadia, Joan Dot Bach, J. Armengol Bertrolí, A. Benages Curell, J.C. Salord Oses, J.R. Armengol Miró Endoscopic treatment of gastric and duodenal varices Anna Benages Curell, J. Dot Bach, M. Masachs Peracaula, M. Abu Suboh Abadia, J. Armengol Bertrolí, J.C. Salord Oses, J.R. Armengol Miró NOTES from the laboratory to the clinical practice Josep Ramon Armengol, M. Masachs-Peraaula , M. Abu-Suboh Abadia, J. Dot Bach , J. Armengol- Bertrolí, A. Benages-Curell, J.C. Salord-Oses 10:30-10:50 Coffee Break 21
  22. 22. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning 10:50-11:35 CAD ROOM 1 Chairs: Jenny Dankelman, Melcior Sentis 10:55 Computer-Aided Diagnosis: Myths versus Reality Joan Martí 10:07 Research in CAD for Breast Cancer. Recent Advances and Experiences Robert Martí 11:19 A Computer Algorithm for Automatic Tracking of Catheters Marked with Resonant Coils in MR A. El-Tahir 11:35-12:20 TELEMAMOGRAPHY Chairs: Kevin Cleary, Josep Fernández-Bayó 11:35 Teleradiology from Portomarin LLuís Donoso 11:45 Improving efficiency in teleradiology Darío Ruiz 11:55 Telemedicine Clinic’s RIN (TM): Radiology in Network Daniel Balliu 12:05 Breast sentinel node and lesion excision system Óscar Aparicio 12:15 Photon Counting Detectors for Digital Imaging Carlos Sánchez 13:20-14:20 Lunch 22
  23. 23. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning ROOM 2 09:00-10:30 ROBOTICS I (Free papers) Chairs: Nicola di Lorenzo, Alicia Casals 09:05 O-30: Shaping patient specific templates for arthroplasty to obtain high docking robustness Joost Mattheijer, J. Herder, G. Tuijthof, R. Nellissen, E. Valstar 09:13 O-31: CODIR: colon disease investigation by robotic hydrocolonoscopy Luigi Manfredi, S. Brown, J. Boyle, P Culmer, A. Neville, A. Cushieri . 09:21 O-32: A new instrument changing system for flexible surgical platforms Adam Fiolka, A. Schneider, H. Feussner 09:29 O-33: Experimental evaluation of a novel handheld articulating laparoscopic instrument driven by robotic technology Francisco M. Sánchez-Margallo, J. A. Sánchez-Margallo, A. Carrero Gutiérrez 09:37 O-34: Cost effective alternatives for robotic systems in minimally invasive surgery Joris Jaspers, J. Bosma, A. Boeken Kruger 09:45 O-35: Assistant robot for magnetic field control in surgery and endoscopy: concept and applications Sébastian Schostek, M. Melbert, S. Zamida, T. Gottwald, M. O. Schurr 09:53 O-36: Sensor-controlled magnetic locomotion in wireless endoscopy: the vector platform Sébastian Schostek, M. Melbert, L. Mukarker, B. Loeffler, T. Gottwald, M. O. Schurr 10:30-10:50 Coffee Break 10:50-12:20 ROBOTICS II (Free papers) Chairs: Amir Szold, Salvadora Delgado 10:55 O-44: Towards robotic open microsurgery Enric Laporte, J.Campos, A. Casals, J. Amat, G. Gili 11:03 O-45: Robotically assisted pediatric cochlear implant surgery Kevin Cleary, M. Azizian, K. Gary, A. Enquobahrie, D. Preciado 11:11 O-46: Development of bending transformative endoscope for multifunctionalization Shinichirou Suda, T. Matsunaga, Y. Haga, Y. Morita 23
  24. 24. 24 Let there be light Lasers for ophtalmological treatment Photodinamic Therapy: between medicine and technology Fastdot Project PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
  25. 25. PROGRAMME OVERVIEW 25
  26. 26. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning ROOM 2 11:19 O-47: Gait analysis of human amputees in use of passive prothesis Camila Cadena, B. Cruz, J. Moreira, G. Borges, C. Díaz, V. Marães 11:27 O-48: Fiber bragg grating based force sensing needle Mart Gahler, K. Henken, A. Juanid, J. Dankelman, J. van den Dobbelsteen 11:35 11:43 O-49: Puncture forces in epidural needle insertion Wouter Boessenkool, D. van Gerwen, M. Vogt, J. van den Dobbelsteen O-50: Biomimetic approach to active wireless endoscopy Birte Löffler, S. Schostek, M. Melbert, T. Gottwald, M. O. Schurr 11:51 O-51: Two-dimensional magnetic catheter navigation with applications in endoscopy Diarmaid Hogan, M. Healy, J. Griffiths, T. Power, M. O’Shea, K. O’Donoghue,. M. Kennedy, P Cantillon-Murphy . 13:20-14:20 Lunch 26
  27. 27. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning ROOM 3a-b 09:30-10:30 PORT ACCESS IN ES I (FREE PAPERS) Chairs: Eiji Kanehira, Neus García Monforte 09:35 O-37: Notes vs. laparoscopic cholecystectomy. A prospective randomized clinical trial Ángel Cuadrado-García, J.F. Noguera, R. Morales, J.M. Olea, J.C. García, A. Sánchez-López, J.C. Vicens, S. Baena, J.J. Pujol 09:43 O-38: Contribution of the new approaches N.O.T.E.S. and single incision surgery to the ambulatory laparoscopic cholecystectomy Gonzalo Martín, J. Roig 09:51 O-39: Development of a novel multichannel port (x-Gate®) for reduced port surgery and its initial clinical results Takashi Tanida, E. Kanehira, K. Shiozawa, A. Kamei 09:59 O-40: Bendable forceps, needle forceps, and a multichannel port to revive the lost triangle in single incision endoscopic surgery Eiji Kanehira, K. Shiozawa, T. Tanida, A. Kamei 10:07 O-41: Is single-port laparoscopic cholecystectomy safe? Results of a systematic review and meta- analysis Albeto Arezzo 10:15 O-42: Which treatment for large rectal adenomas? Transanal endoscopic microsurgery or endoscopic submucosal dissection? Results of a systematic review and meta-regression Albeto Arezzo 10:30-10:50 Coffee Break 10:50-12:20 PORT ACCESS IN ES II (FREE PAPERS) Chairs: Marc O. Schurr 10:55 O-52: Ergonomic handle design for laparoscopic surgery Bin Liu, Ch. Song 11:03 O-53: Fine tilt tuning of a laparoscopic camera by an internal magnets activation system: two-port nephrectomy experience on human cadavers Massimiliano Simi, R. Pickens, A. Menciassi, S. Duke Herrell, P Valdastri . 11:11 O-54: Mini-laparoscopic cholecystectomy as a standard procedure Masahiro Waseda, EK. Hashimoto, Y. Harada, Y. Miura, S. Sato, T. Suzuki, N. Matsumura, Y, Ishida, M. Murakami 27
  28. 28. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning ROOM 3a-b 11:19 O-55: Preliminary comparison of three single access trocars during cut manoeuvres on simulator. Ana María Matos-Azevedo, F.J. Pérez-Duarte, F. M. SánchezMargallo 11:27 O-56: Laparoscopy for rectal cancer reduces short - Term mortality and morbidity. Results of a systematic review and meta-analysis Albeto Arezzo, R. Passera, J. Scorzzari, M. Morino 11:35 O-57: Efficacy of the over-the-scope clip (OTSC) for treatment of colorectal postsurgical leaks and fistulas Alberto Arezzo, M. Verra, R. Reddavid, F. Cravero, M.A. Bonino, M. Morino 13:20-14:20 Lunch 28
  29. 29. Friday, September 21th 2012 – morning POSTER AREA 09:30-10:30 HIFU / ADVANCES IN MEDICAL IMAGING (Poster presentation) Chairs: Gernot Kronreif, Andreas Melzer, Melcior Sentis 09:30 P-17: Evaluation of three types of laparoscopic cholecystectomy: harmonic scalpel, bipolar vessel sealer, conventionel technique Hakan Buluş 09:35 P-18: Laparoscopic appendectomy using a linear stapler to appendicular stump closure Hakan Buluş 09:40 P-19: Comparative studies of spine sonication with MR-guided focused ultrasound on ex-vivo models Ioannis Karakitsios, T. Saliev, H. McLeod, A. Melzer 09:45 P-20: Cranial bones three dimensional models embedded in computarized tomography sections Juan A. Juanes, A. Prats, P Ruisoto, J.C. Paniagua, . A. Framiñan, J.R. Mérida, J. J. Gómez 09:50 P-21: Non-invasive evaluation of ultrasonography-guided reduction of nasal bone fracture Akiko Hirata, E. Okada, M. Saze, A. Hayashi, K. Onishi 09:55 P-22: A new generation HD recording system OPERIO® at Medical Topia Soka Kunihisa Shiozawa, E. Kanehira, A. Kamei, T. Tanida 10:00 P-23: Magnetic resonance guided catheter-directed venography of varicocele for minimal-invasive interventional treatment. First-in-man safety and feasibility results Alexander Massmann, M.Wolska-Krawczyk, P Fries, . G. Schneider, A. Buecker 10:05 P-24: A comparative study of image quality in scarless surgical techniques: notes and less Juan A. Sánchez Margallo, F.M. Sánchez-Margallo 10:10 P-25: Modelling of the electrical potential induced by blood flow in the aortic arch for electrophysiology interventions Krzysztof Czechowicz, T. Kara 10:15 P-26: An integrated clustering algorithm and its application in surgical navigation Shiju Yan, Ch. Son 10:30-10:50 Coffee Break 29
  30. 30. Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon 14:20-15:00 THEATER THE FUTURE IN MEDICAL SIMULATION- UPDATE ON THE NEW AMERICAN NATIONAL INITIATIVE (JOHN ABELE LECTURE). Richard Satava Chairs: Andreas Melzer, Ramon Maspons 15:00 15:00-16:30 ICFO’S LAB VISIT (BUS SHUTTLE) TRAINING & SIMULATION Chairs: Francisco M. Sánchez-Margallo, Enric Macarulla 15:10 The role of endoscopic video analysis for objective training and assessment of minimally invasive surgical abilities Enrique Gómez 15:25 Laparoscopic ultrasound training system Magdalena Chmarra, E. Hofstad, R. Hansen, C. Våpenstad, R. Mårvik, B. Ystgaard, T. Langø 15:33 WII balance board as a tool for egonomic evalutation during surgical training Jesús Manuel Repilado-Regodón, J. B. Pagador, M. LucasHernández, J. Moreno del Pozo, F. M. Sánchez-Margallo 15:41 A study of Psychmotor skills for minimally invasive surgery: what differentiates experts and non-expert performance? Erlend Fagertun Hofstad, C. Våpenstad, M. Chmarra, R. Mårvik, T. Langø 15:49 A survey on procedural virtual reality training in Laparoscopic Cecile Våpenstad, S. Paus-Buzink, , R. Mårvik, J. Jackimowicz 16:30-16:50 COFFEE BREAK 16:50-17:30 REVOLUTIONIZING SURGERY THROUGH ENERGY DIRECTED TECHNOLOGIES (GERHARD BUESS LECTURE). Richard Satava Chairs: Andreas Melzer, Eduard Targarona 30
  31. 31. Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon 16:30-16:50 15:00-16:30 ROOM 1 ICFO’S LAB VISIT (BUS SHUTTLE) HIFU Chairs: Calin Tiu, Joan Vidal 15:10 Clinical point of view on applications using Focused Ultrasound method Alessandro Napoli 15:30 The largest European experience in HIFU treatment of uterine fibroids Joan Isern 15:42 First 100 cases on malignancies Joan Vidal 15:54 Curent and Future Perspective in Ultrasound Therapy Magnetic resonance guided focused ultrasound in moving organs. Fusimo project Calin Tiu 16:06 Motion estimation from 4D (3D+Time) Ultrasound of liver and kidney Thomas Langø 16:30-16:50 COFFEE BREAK 31
  32. 32. Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon 15:00 15:00-16:30 ROOM 2 ICFO’S LAB VISIT (BUS SHUTTLE) PHOTONICS (Free papers) Chair: Pablo Loza-Álvarez 15:10 O-64: Over 1000nm Wavenlength image detection by Headscanning mechanism for near-infrared endoscope K. Komoriya 15: 18 O-65: Development of over-1000 nm near infrared (OTN-NIR)fluorescent nanophosphors and application for laparoscopic cancer surgery Tamotsu Zako, H. Hyodo, K. Soga, H. Kishimoto, M. Maeda, K. Kanedo, M. Ito 15:26 O-66: Hyper-spectral imaging of brain activity during functional neurosurgery of patients with epilepsy Herke Jan Noordmans, J. Klaessens, C. Ferrier, F. Leijten, P Gosselaar, J. Jaspers . 15:34 O-67: Photonics for Robotic Surgical Guidance Mario Giardini 15:42 O-68: Towards two-photon endomicorscopy for applications in humans: characterization and optimization of a FS laser source in a fiber bundle Omar E. Olarte, D. Demasi, K. Thomsen, S. Kumar, R. AvilésEspinoza, H. Huber, R. Sroka, D. Artigas, P Loza-Álvarez . 16:30-16:50 COFFEE BREAK 17:30-19:00 GENERAL ASSEMBL Y 32
  33. 33. Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon POSTER AREA 15:00-16:30 OPERATING THEATRE LOGISTICS & NEW TEHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATION & TELEMEDICINE (Poster presentation) Chairs: Calin Tiu, Thomas Langø, Ramon Vilallonga 15:00 P-27: Innovative techniques in proctology Pravin Grupta 15:05 P-28: Monitoring the application of the guidelines. The antibiotic prophylaxis in a university hospital surgery company. Napoli Federico II Nunzia Ruggiero Perrino, R. Linetti, M. d’Ambra, G.P Ferulano . 15:10 P-29: Organizational model of the Hospital University Federico II of naples for monitoring the correct application of procedures and care behaviors aimed at preventing surgical site infections Nunzia Ruggiero Perrino, G. P Ferulano . 15:15 P-30: Cognitive surveying on the conduct of operators (doctors, nurses) in the operating for the prevention of infection of wounded in a surgical hospital. Surgery Company Universotaria Napoli Federico II Nunzia Ruggiero Perrino, G. P Ferulano . 15:20 P-31: Adherence to the protocol for the epidemiological surveillance of surgical site infections HELICS holding University Hospital Federico II of naples Nunzia Ruggiero Perrino, G. P Ferulano . 15:25 P-32: System approach to the operating room for patient safety Nunzia Ruggiero Perrino, G. P Ferulano . 15:30 P-33: A checklist for surgical safety to reduce morbidity and mortality in a global population Nunzia Ruggiero Perrino, G. P Ferulano . 15:35 P-34: A modular and open OR integration system and its application to neurosurgery Stefan Bohn, D. Lindner, S. Franke, T. Neumuth, J. Meixensberger 15:40 P-35: THEMIS: a new video and image guided navigation system Patricia Sánchez-González, I. Oropesa, M. Doblaré, I. Morales, F.M. Sánchez-Margallo, E. J. Gómez 15:45 P-36: Digital operating room assistant – monitoring system for operating room devices Annetje Guedon, L. Wauben, M. Overvelde, J. Van den Dobbelsteen 33
  34. 34. Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon POSTER AREA 15:50 P-37: Efficacy of a new overhead illumination device for laparoscopic surgery in a porcine model Akihiro Takai, Y. Takada, M. Hatano, E. Ito, F. Kushihata 15:55 P-38: Development of an intracavitary perfusion device for laparoscopic hepatectomy with water-filled laparoendoscopic surgery (wafles): validation of the prototype device in porcine model. Minoru Ishida, Y. Ebihara, T. Igarashi, S. Okushiba, I. Katoh 16:00 P-49: Navigated laparoscopy - liver shift and deformation of model tumors in an animal model due to pneumoperitoneum Mariken Zijlmans, T. Langø, E. Fagertum Hofstad, C. van Swol, A. Rethy 16:05 P-40: Modelling and simulating MR guided workflow for endovascular and cardiovascular procedures. Fabiola Fernandez-Gutierrez, A. Barclay, T. Martin, G. Houston, A. Melzer 16:10 P-41: Endotrack: traking and monitoring surgical sponges usin rfid technology Arianna Corona 16:15 P-42: New antimigration fully covered self expandable metal stent in a refractory esophageal stricture following caustic ingestion Federico Iacopini 16:20 P-43: What is the best strategy to treat complications after bariatric surgery? M.I. Bellini, G. Scozzarro, F. Iacopini, P . Sileri, V. Tognoni, A. .P Gaspari, N. di Lorenzo 16:25 P-44: Pydesalud: a web platform to promote patients’ participation in the decision-making process Lilisbeth Perestelo Pérez, J. Pérez Ramos, A. Rivero Santana, M. González Lorenzo, A. Abt Sacks, P Serrano Aguilar, R. Martín . Fernández 15:00 34 ICFO’S LAB VISIT (BUS SHUTTLE)
  35. 35. Friday, September 21th 2012 – afternoon 15:00-16:00 POSTER AREA PORT ACCESS / ROBOTICS (Poster presentation) Chairs: Kees Grimbergen, Alberto Arezzo, Alicia Casals 15:00 P-45: Laparoscopic common bile duct exploration (LCBDE) in management of common bile duct stones. Our experience Isidoro Buoncompagni, E. Ciliberto 15:05 P-46: Workload during the use of single port access laparoscopic trocars Marcos Lucas-Hernández, A.M. Mateos-Azevedo, F. J. PérezDuarte, F.M. Sánchez-Margallo 15:10 P-47: Manual control methods for handheld surgical instruments: a review Chunman Fan, D. Dodou, P Breedveld . 15:15 P-48: Bio-inspired spring-loaded biopsy harvester Filip Jelinek, P Breedveld . 15:20 P-49: Dragonflex - smart and simple steerable laparoscopic instrument Filip Jelinek, R. Pessers, P Breedveld . 15:25 P-50: Minimum but sufficient ultrasound power sensing for safe and intuitive ultrasonic surgery Yoshinobu Murayama, K. Yoshida, K. Hattori, H. Honda 15:30 P-51: Intra-operative reasoning & situation awareness algorithm for kidney tumor cryoblation by robot Nguyen Ho Quoc Phuong, O.K. Elle, D. Handini, K. Mathiassen 16:30-16:50 COFFEE BREAK 35
  36. 36. SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning , THEATER SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2012 08:40-09:30 CARDIOLOGY Chairs: Daniel Wendt, Joachim Kettenbach “Live-in-a-box” session of the Aortic Live meeting including operations of Professor El-Khoury, the most famous and wellknown cardiac surgeon treating aortic regurgitation, Prof. Bavaria, Prof. Jakob and Dr. Glauber. 09:30-10:30 FUTURE INTERNET AND HEALTH: TOWARDS A P2P SYSTEM BETWEEN DOCTORS AND PATIENTS (KEYNOTE LECTURE) . Sebastià Sallent Chairs: Eiji Kanehira, J. Fernández-Bayó 10:30-11:30 E-HEALTH & INTERNET Chairs: Marc O. Schurr, Josep Maria Colomé 10:35 How will the healthcare system be in the Future? Josep Maria Picas 10:46 How will the Internet be in the Future? Artur Serra 10:57 How will the social and healthcare integration model be in the Future? Alberto Alonso 11:08 Discussion: Implication of the future social and Healthcare model with within internet in the future 11:30-11:50 Coffee Break 11:50-12:50 COMMUNICATION & TELEMEDICINE Chairs: Ronald Marvik, Bernat Sales Round table: Difficulties or elements to bear in mind for innovating in the healthcare field. Point of view of a clinical investigator: Pere Clavé Point of view of a technological center: Rosana Alessandrello Point of view of a medical center manager: Jorge Fernández 12:50-13:10 AWARDS SESSION 13:10-13:30 CLOSURE SESSION 36
  37. 37. SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning , ROOM 1 08:00-09:30 NEUROSCIENCES 08:00 Introduction “neuromedicine” Uwe Spetzger 08:05 Advanced neuroimaging Razvan Buciuc 08:20 Planning and advanced navigation for brain tumor surgery Gerard Conesa 08:35 New trends in endovascular treatment Razvan Buciuc 08:50 Vascular neurosurgery in an interdisciplinary context Uwe Spetzger 09:05 Evolving fields in neuromedicine: Oncology – Functional neurosurgery – Spinal interventions Uwe Spetzger 09:15 Our visions for the future in neurointerventions Razvan Buciuc, Gerard Conesa, Uwe Spetzger 10:30-11:30 HYBRID OR - A SMIT AND ISCAS JOINT SESSION Chairs: Thomas Langø, Enric Laporte 10:40 The Digital Operating Room - Evolution of Modelling and Standards Heinz Lemke 10:52 The Modern Pediatric Operating Room Keviun Cleary 11:04 New lamps for healthcare facilities Enric Laporte 11:30-11:50 Coffee Break 11:50-12:50 OPERATING THEATRE LOGISTICS & NEW TEHNOLOGIES II. (Free papers) Chairs: Joris Jaspers, Enrique Veloso 11:55: O-74: Utilizing radiowaves for proctology surgery - A new modality Pravin Grupta 37
  38. 38. SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning , ROOM 1 12:03 O-75: The broad-view camera system improves the difficult situation due to the mirror image of laparoscopic surgery in vivo model Hiroyuki Egi, M. Hattori, M. Tokunaga, T. Suzuki, K. Kawaguchi, H. Sawada, Y Kurita, H. Ohdan 12:11 O-76: Design and development of smart laparoscopic graspers which inhibit slip Andrew Brown, S. Brown, Z. Wang, D. McLean, A. Cushieri 12:19 O-77: Endoscope test systems to assure the optical quality of endoscopes in clinical practice Herke Jan Noordmans, R. Wientjes, M. Nelisse, M. de Braak, B. Dommerholt, H. van den Brink 12:27 O-78: Application of autologous platelet-derived growth factors in digestive anastomosis on animal model Jose Antonio Fatás Cabeza, F. J. Pérez-Duarte, M. A. SánchezHurtado, J. M. Sánchez-Margallo 12:35 O-79: OR Illumination system using robotic lamps and Microsoft Kinect Rafael Palomar, N. Ho Quoc Phuong, O. J. Elle 38
  39. 39. SATURDAY September 22ND2012 – morning , ROOM 2 08:00-10:30 MITAT EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING 10:30-11:30 ADVANCES IN MEDICAL IMAGING II (Free papers) Chairs: Andreas Melzer, LLuís Donoso 10:40 O-69: Automatic registration of CT images to patient during the initial phase of bronchoscopy - A clinical pilot study Erlend Fagertun Hofstad, T. Langø, H. Leira, H. Sorger, T. Amundsen 10:48 O-70: Versatile robotic probe calibration for freehand 3D ultrasound Lars Eirik Bø, E. Fagertun Hofstad, F. Lindseth 10:56 O-71: Multimodal navigated 3D ultrasound and MRI registration of the ankle: case report Sébastien Muller, C. Askeland, A.C. Kok, G. Tuijthof, T. Hernes 11:04 O-72: Panoramic image of the laparoscopy as index of the original video frames for laparoscopic surgery Takuro Ishii, S. Zenbutsu, T. Igarashi 11:12 O-73: Image-guided platform for the radio frequency ablation of the liver tumors Lucio de Paolis, M. Scaramuzzi, F. Ricciardi, P di Sebastiano . 11:30-11:50 Coffee Break 11:50-12:50 FUSIMO WORKSHOP Calin Tiu, Alessandro Napoli, Thomas Langø 39
  40. 40. MAIN ORGANIZERS: SMIT INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT: COLLABORATIONS: MEDICAL TRAINING: Activity credited by the “Consell Català de Formació Continuada de les Professions Sanitàries – Comisión de Formación Continuada del Sistema Nacional de Salud” with: 2,5 credits 40
  41. 41. GENERAL INFORMATION VENUE Axa Auditorium Av. Diagonal, 547 Barcelona WIFI CONNECTION * Theater Foyer: Network: Foyer – Password: foyer_96_pb01 * Posters Area (Win Room): Network: SalaWin – Password: salawin_b1996 * Ground floor (Deu i Mata): Network: Salas-pb – Password: auditori96 LANGUAGE The official language of the Confrerence is English. REGISTRATION The Registration Desks is located at the entrance door and will be operating at the following times: Thursday, September 20th, 2012: from 12:00h to 19:30h Friday, September 21st, 2012: from 07:30 to 19:30h Saturday, September 22nd, 2012: from 07:30 to 14:00h CONFERENCE BAG A personal badge and certificate of attendance is included in the Conference Bag, which all delegates should pick up at the Registration Desk when arriving to the venue. Please wear your badge during the sessions, at the Welcome Reception and at the Conference Dinner. PROJECTION All speakers and authors presenting should charge their Power Point presentations at the Control Desk of the corresponding room at least 2h before the session and check that it is working well. Ask for support at the Registation Desk. The software available in the pc’s at the Control Desk is windows 7 and Office 2010. Internet connection is available inside the rooms via wifi. If anyone prefers to connect their own laptop at the lectern, you should test the connection before the sessions as soon as possible. When the presentation time starts, the laptop must be powered and the presentation opened with the aim to minimize time lost. Those bringing a MAC, must use their own adaptor. POSTER PRESENTATIONS All posters will be displyed during the whole Conference grouped according to the subject, in the Posters Area. Several Poster Presentation Sessions have been scheduled in the Scientific Programme, according to the subject. Presenters will have 5 minutes to present their poster to the session chairs who will evaluate the presentation and the poster.All delegates are invited to attend the poster presentations. 41
  42. 42. SOCIAL EVENTS Welcome Reception at the Picasso Museum Thursday, September 20th at 20:30h c/ de Montcada, 19 - 08003 Barcelona We have the exceptional opportunity of visiting the Picasso Museum thanks to the Welceome Reception that the Barcelona City Councill offers to the all SMIT 2012 attendees. The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Ruiz Picasso. The genius of the young artist is revealed through the more than 3,800 works that make up the permanent collection. Furthermore, the Picasso Museum, opened in 1963, also reveals his deep relationship with Barcelona: an intimate, solid relationship that was shaped in his adolescence and youth, and continued until his death. Don’t miss this opportunity! Nearest Metro line: Line 4 (yellow) - Jaume I Station Get together dinner at the Beach Friday, September 21st, at 21:00h Restaurant El Boo Nova Mar Bella Beach - 08019 Barcelona The Mar Bella Beach is a must in Barcelona and we will enjoy of a relaxing buffet dinner at El Boo Restaurant, which offers priviledged sea views. After the dinner, there will be an amazing musical show. If you did not buy your ticket in advance, don’t forget to do it at the Registration Desk! 42
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  48. 48. ORGANISERS: SMIT COLLOCATED EVENT: LIFE 4 HEALTH ICFO organizes the 3rd edition of the Light for Health in Barcelona as part of the Light for Health focus Program. TECHNICAL SECRETARIAT: GRUPO PACÍFICO - Marià Cubí, 4 - 08006 Barcelona, Spain Phone: (34) 932 388 777 / Fax: (34) 932 387 488 Email: smit2012@pacifico-meetings.com

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