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    • JUNE 8-12, 2010 HILTON WAIKOLOA VILLAGE WAIKOLOA, HAWAII (THE BIG ISLAND) EARLY REGISTRATION & HOUSING DEADLINE MAY 7, 2010
    • EXHIBIT HALL HOURS Wednesday, June 9 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall WHERE? Thursday, June 10 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Hilton Waikoloa Village Hall Open 69-425 Waikoloa Beach Dr. Friday, June 11 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738 Hall Open ONLINE: www.HiltonWaikoloaVillage.com PHONE: + 1 808.886.2933 POSTER HOURS FAX: + 1 808.886.2901 Thursday, June 10 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Friday, June 11 9:30 am – 3:30 pm WHO? Poster Tours 11:30 am – 12:30 pm International Pediatric Endosurgery Group (IPEG) REGISTRATION HOURS 11300 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 600 Tuesday, June 8 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Los Angeles, CA 90064 Wednesday, June 9 6:00 am – 6:00 pm PHONE: + 1 310.437.0553 FAX: + 1 310.437.0585 Thursday, June 10 6:00 am – 6:00 pm EMAIL: registration@ipeg.org Friday, June 11 6:00 am – 6:00 pm Saturday, June 12 7:00 am – 12:00 pm HOW DO I REGISTER? AIRPORT INFORMATION ONLINE: www.ipeg.org/registration The Big Island is easily accessible. Choose from convenient Please Register on-line or by completing the registration direct flights to Kona International Airport (KOA) located on the form on page 15 by May 7, 2010 to receive the EARLY West side of the island, from major gateway cities, or frequently BIRD DISCOUNT rate. Registrations received after scheduled 30 minute inter-island flights connecting from Honolulu May 21 must be completed on-site and subject to an to Kona. The Hilton Waikoloa is located on the Kohala Coast of additional $100 fee. the Big Island of Hawaii in the midst of Waikoloa Beach Resort, approximately 30 minutes from the airport. VISA INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES For more than 50 years, the United States of America has required visas to be issued to those wishing to study, visit, or conduct business in the U.S. While changes have been made recently to U.S. visa law, many procedures remain the same. Most importantly, you must APPLY EARLY for a visa, as processing time has increased in some instances. For information about obtaining a visa, please visit www.unitedstatesvisas.gov If you need a written invitation to assist you with your visa, please email registration@ipeg.org IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • 2010 MEETING OBJECTIVES TABLE OF CONTENTS The objectives of the activity are to educate, expose and General Information 1-2 allow pediatric surgeons and urologist the opportunity to Why IPEG? discuss the developing techniques and management principles Who Should Attend? regarding minimally invasive surgical techniques and scientific Meeting Objectives developments that will affect their patient population. Accredition Awards Specific Objectives include: Corporate Sponsors 2 • Presentation of new and developing minimally invasive surgical techniques in a scientific environment. Member Benefits 2 • Opportunity to interact with experts in the fields of minimally invasive pediatric surgery and urology via panel interactions Program Chairs 3 and audience response systems. • Discussion of current and future controversial issues Meeting Leaders & Faculty 4 regarding minimally invasive surgery in infants and Program Committee children. Executive Committee • Advance the use of minimally invasive surgical procedures Past Presidents in infants and children. Faculty (Tentative) • Encourage international interactions in the management Complete Schedule 5-11 and minimally invasive surgical interventions for infants and children. Additional Information 12 At the conclusion of this event the participant will be able to Social Activities implement the information and techniques that were obtained Hotel Information during the event and by doing this the care of that population will Tours/Activities be improved and will continue to advance. Registration Form 13 ACCREDITATION WHY IPEG? This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essentials and Standards of the Now is an excellent time to become an IPEG member. Join Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education IPEG now and receive a substantial discount on the meeting through the joint sponsorship of the Society of American registration by being an IPEG member! Your dues also include Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES). a subscription to the Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advance SAGES is accredited by ACCME to provide continuing Surgical Techniques (A $900 value is yours for Free with your medical education for physicians. SAGES designates this paid IPEG membership) Continuing Medical Activity for: WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 5.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) The 19th Annual Congress of the International Pediatric for the Advance Endoscopic Course Lecture Endosurgery Group (IPEG) has elements that have been 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) specifically designed to meet the needs of practicing pediatric for the Advance Endoscopic Hands-On Course surgeons, urologists, and other related specialties, physicians- in-training, GI assistants, and nurses who are interested in 8.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) minimally invasive surgery in children and adolescents. The for Thursday Sessions IPEG Program Committee recommends that participants design 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) their own attendance schedule based on their own personal for Friday Sessions educational objectives. 5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) for Saturday Sessions For a total of 28.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s), Physicians should only claim credits commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. June 8-12, 2010 | www.ipeg.org
    • IPEG CORPORATE IRCAD AWARD As a result of a generous grant provided by Karl Storz SPONSORS Endoscopy, the best resident abstract presenters will be AS OF NOVEMBER 2009 selected by the IPEG Publications Committee to receive the 2010 IRCAD Award. The award recipient will travel to Strasbourg, France to participate in a course in pediatric Platinum minimally invasive surgery at the world famous European Institute of Telesurgery. This center, on the campus of the Karl Storz Endoscopy University of Strasbourg, is a state-of-the-art institute for instruction in all aspects of endoscopic surgery that is now providing a series of courses in pediatric surgery. BEST SCIENCE AWARD The Best Science Award will be a cash prize of US $1,000 to be presented on Saturday during the Awards Presentation Session. The Program Committee will select the Award recipient. The IPEG Executive Committee is committed to education and feels that this is a very concrete way to express that commitment. INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRIC ENDOSURGERY GROUP MEMBER BENEFITS IPEG exists to support excellence in Pediatric Minimal Access Surgery and Endoscopy through education and research; to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas in Pediatric Minimal Access Surgery and Endoscopy; and to encourage and support development of standards of training and practice in Pediatric Minimal Access Surgery and Endoscopy. Benefits of membership include: • Subscription to the Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advance Surgical Techniques. (A $900 value is yours for Free with your paid IPEG membership) • Significant discounts on registration fees for the Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children. (Note: registering for the IPEG Scientific Session, as a member, will save you the equivalent of one year’s dues) • Significant discount on registration fees for the virtual Pediatric Surgery Education Series; A series of interactive web symposiums to focus on controversial issues in Pediatric Surgery, held in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University – Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. • Affordable dues for surgeons and surgeons-in-training in any country. • Opportunities to meet and discuss pediatric minimally invasive surgery with leaders and innovators in the field. • Access to IPEG Research Grants. For more information and applications, please go to: www.ipeg.org/whyjoin.php IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • Maria Marcela Bailez, MD Program Chair, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Dr. Maria Marcela Bailez has served as Head of the Surgical Center at the Garrahan´s Children´s Hospital (University of Buenos Aires Argentina) since 2007. She also serves as an Assistant Professor in the division of Pediatric Surgery at the same hospital starting in 1988. She is the Director of the Laparoscopic Pediatric Surgery Training Courses organized by the School of Medicine of the Northeast National University in Argentina. Dr. Bailez received her medical degree at the University of Buenos Aires. She completed her fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at The Gutierrez Children’s Hospital of Buenos Aires. She spent a year as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Pediatrics of The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Bailez is the current Co-Chair of the Educational Committee of the International Pediatric Endosurgery Group. In addition, she is a member of the Executive Board of the International Society of Intersex (ISHID). He serves on the editorial board of 3 major surgical journals and is the author of 190 abstracts / publications and 9 book chapters. She has made more than 160 presentations, conferences and living surgery demonstrations around the world on pediatric surgical topics and was the winner of the IRCAD Award in 2007. Todd A. Ponsky, MD Program Co-Chair, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA Dr. Todd Ponsky is currently Assistant Professor of Surgery and Director of The Minimally Invasive Pediatric Surgery Center at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Case Western Reserve University. He attended Medical School at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio from 1995-1999, Residency in General Surgery at The George Washington University in Washington, DC from 1999-2005, Pediatric Surgery Fellowship at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC from 2005-2007, and an Advanced Minimally Invasive Pediatric Surgery Fellowship at The Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children in Denver, Colorado from 2007-2008. Dr. Ponsky has a particular interest in pediatric minimally invasive surgery and “Single Port Access Surgery”. He has trained over 100 surgeons in Single Port Access Surgery. He has written over 39 manuscripts and 9 book chapters. He has a strong focus on surgical education and virtual education and has directed 4 national / international courses. He has won numerous teaching awards including “The Faculty Teaching Award” at Case Western Reserve Department of Surgery in his first year as faculty. He is a reviewer for over five medical journals and is on the editorial board of The Journal of Laparoendoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques. He has a wife, Diana, and a 3-year-old daughter, Sasha. Go Miyano, MD Program Co-Chair, Tokyo, JAPAN Dr. Go Miyano is currently a Pediatric Surgery Trainee at Department of Pediatric General and Urogenital Surgery, Juntendo University Hospital, Tokyo. He was a resident at Department of Surgery, Juntendo University Hospital, Tokyo from 2001-2003; Pediatric Surgery Trainee at Department of Pediatric General and Urogenital Surgery, Juntendo University Hospital, Tokyo (supervised by Professor Takeshi Miyano) from 2003-2006; Research Fellow at Department of Pediatric Surgery, Blank Children’s hospital (supervised by Thom E. Lobe, MD) from 2006-2007; Research Fellow at Department of Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital (supervised by Professor Thomas H. Inge) from 2007-2008. He has about 25 manuscripts published in peer-reviewed journals, such as JPS, PSI and JLAST etc. He has given over 10 presentations at various international conferences, such as IPEG, BAPS, PAPS and PSR etc. Dr. Miyano was membership in various professional societies, such as Japanese Society of Surgery, Japanese Society of Pediatric Surgery, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group, and Journal of Laparoendoscopic Advanced Surgical Technique A. June 8-12, 2010 | www.ipeg.org
    • 2010 PROGRAM COMMITTEE IPEG FACULTY TENTATIVE Aayed Al-Qahtani, MD Craig T. Albanese, MD, Stanford, California, USA Maria Marcela Bailez, MD Hossein Allal, MD, Montpellier, FRANCE Klaas (N) MA Bax, MD Aayed Al-Qahtani, MD, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA Sanjeev Dutta, MD Keith E. Georgeson, MD Georges Azzie, MD, Toronto, Ontario, CANADA Munther Haddad, MD Maria Marcela Bailez, MD, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Caroll M. Harmon, MD, PhD François Becmeur, MD, Strasbourg, FRANCE George W. Holcomb, III, MD Simon Clarke, MD, London, UNITED KINGDOM Michael S. Irish, MD Sanjeev Dutta, MD, FRCS, Stanford, California, USA Saleem Islam, MD Edward Esteves, MD, Goiania, BRAZIL Pablo Laje, MD Marc A. Levitt, MD Keith E. Georgeson, MD, Birmingham, Alabama, USA Thom E. Lobe, MD Miguel A. Guelfand, MD, Santiago, CHILE Gordon A. MacKinlay, MD Munther J. Haddad, MBBCH, FRCS, London, UNITED KINGDOM Marcelo H. Martinez Ferro, MD Carroll M. Harmon, MD, PhD, Birmingham, Alabama, USA Giorlomo Mattioli, MD George W. Holcomb III, MD, Kansas City, Missouri, USA Go Miyano, MD Celeste Hollands, MD, Mobile, Alabama, USA Philippe Montupet, MD Thomas H. Inge, MD, PhD, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Azad Najmaldin, MD Daniel J. Ostlie, MD Joe Iocono, MD, Lexington, Kentucky, USA Todd A. Ponsky, MD Salem Islam, MD, Gainesville, Florida, USA Olivier Reinberg, MD Tadashi Iwanaka, MD, Tokyo, JAPAN Steven Rothenberg, MD Timothy Kane, MD, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Shawn St. Peter, MD Pablo Laje, MD, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Phillip O. Szavay, MD Marc A. Levitt, MD, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Holger Till, MD Jean-Stéphane Valla, MD Long Li, MD, Beijing, CHINA Thom Lobe, MD, Des Moines, Iowa, USA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Manuel Lopez, MD, Saint Etienne, FRANCE PRESIDENT: Marcelo H. Martinez Ferro, MD Gordon A. MacKinlay, MD, Edinburgh, Scotland, UNITED KINDOM PRESIDENT-ELECT: Gordon A. MacKinlay, MD Marcelo H. Martinez Ferro, MD, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA 1ST VICE PRESIDENT: Thom E. Lobe, MD Girolamo Mattioli, MD, Genova, ITALY 2ND VICE PRESIDENT: Tadashi Iwanaka, MD, PhD Milissa McKee, MD, New Haven, Connecticut, USA SECRETARY: Benno M. Ure, MD, PhD TREASURER: Marc A. Levitt, MD John J. Meehan, MD, Seattle, Washington, USA EDITOR: Thom E. Lobe, MD Marc Michalsky, MD, Columbus, Ohio, USA ASIA/AFRICA/ROTW REPRESENTATIVE: Miguel Guelfand, MD Go Miyano, MD, Tokyo, JAPAN EUROPEAN REPRESENTATIVE: Juergen Schleef, MD Azad Najmaldin, MD, Leeds, England, UNITED KINGDOM AMERICA’S REPRESENTATIVE: Carroll “Mac” Harmon, MD, PhD Daniel J. Ostlie, MD, Kansas City, Missouri, USA PAST-PRESIDENT: George W. Holcomb III, MD Todd A. Ponsky, MD, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA PAST PRESIDENTS Oliver Reinberg, MD, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND George W. Holcomb III, MD (2009) Richard Ricketts, MD, Atlanta, Georgia, USA Jean-Stéphane Valla, MD (2008) Steven S. Rothenberg, MD, Denver, Colorado, USA Atsuyuki Yamataka, MD (2007) Klaus Schaarschmidt, Prof., Berlin, GERMANY Keith Georgeson, MD (2006) Juergen Schleef, MD, Trieste, ITALY Klaas (N) M.A. Bax, MD (2005) Shawn D. St. Peter, MD, Kansas City, Missouri, USA C. K. Yeung, MD (2004) Henri Steyaert, MD, Nice, FRANCE Craig Albanese, MD (2003) Vincenzo Jasonni, MD (2002) Philipp Szavay, MD, Tuebingen, GERMANY Peter Borzi, MD (2001) Holger Till, MD, Leipzig, GERMANY Steven Rothenberg, MD (2000) Benno M. Ure, MD, PhD, Hannover, GERMANY Juergen Waldschmidt, MD (1999) David van der Zee, MD, Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS Hock L. Tan, MD (1998) Mark Wulkan, MD, Atlanta, Georgia, USA Takeshi Miyano, MD (1997) Atsuyuki Yamataka, MD, Tokyo, JAPAN Steven Rubin, MD (1996) Gunter-Heinrich Willital, MD (1995) C.K. Yeung, MD, Central, Hong Kong, CHINA IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010 ADVANCE ENDOSCOPIC COURSE: Asking the Experts & Improving Your Skills (LECTURE) 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm CHAIR: Azad Najmaldin, MD King 2 Meeting Room Description This is a two-part course designed for pediatric surgeons in practice interested in an opportunity to share expert opinions in the management of certain common but complex and challenging surgical conditions in infants and children, using minimally access techniques. Pediatric surgeons in training are welcomed as well. The format will be interactive, in which, case presentations are accompanied by discussions and question and answer session. The next morning, an inanimate laboratory will be utilized to demonstrate several skills necessary to perform pediatric MIS procedures. Participants will get the opportunity to get acquainted with and practice several endoscopic techniques in a safe environment. Objectives At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Describe surgical steps for thoracoscopic pediatric pulmonary lobectomies. • List the most common complications of laparoscopic Nissen procedures in pediatrics. • List technical changes in laparoscopic pull through for the treatment of Hirschsprung’s disease • List two advantages and disadvantages of Abrahanson´s technique and external compression for the treatment of pectus carinatum in pediatrics. • List two advantages and disadvantages of laparoscopic gastric pull up. • List two advantages and disadvantages of cervicoscopic resection of thyroid, parathyroid and thymus. TIME TOPIC FACULTY 12:00 pm Introduction Azad Najmaldin MD 12:05 pm My Recipe for Pulmonary Lobectomy: Each Lobectomy Step by Step Steven S. Rothenberg, MD (Upper left; Lower left; Upper right and so on) 12:30 pm Q&A 12:40 pm Pull Through for Hirschsprung’s Disease – Pull Through for Imperforated Anus; Keith A. Georgeson, MD Technical Changes and Functional Results in the Celebration of the 15th year 1:15 pm Q&A 1:25 pm Tricks in Advanced Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery Maria Marcela Bailez, MD (Total Colectomy & Proctectomy: Cloacas and Sigmoid Vaginal Replacements) 1:50 pm Q&A 2:00 pm Laparoscopy: 10 Year Old Nissen Fundoplications – An Evolution of Technical Changes George W. Holcomb, III MD 2:25 pm Q&A 2:35 pm Break 2:45 pm Secrets for an Easy Laparoscopic Gastric Pull Up: How we do It? Daniel J. Ostlie, MD (Differences and Similarities) & Edward Esteves, MD 3:10 pm Q&A 3:20 pm Chest Wall Deformities: When to Use Two- Bars, Compression, Marcelo Martinez Ferro, MD or Abrahanson’s Technique for Carinatum 3:45 pm Q&A 3:55 pm Cervicoscopic Technique I Have Developed for Thyroid, Parathyroid and Thymus Oliver Reinberg, MD 4:20 pm Q&A 4:30 pm Procedures and Steps in Which Robotic Surgery Improves Performance: C.K. Yeung, MD What I Would Ask the Robotic Industry for Our Pediatric Practice 4:55 pm Q&A 5:05 pm Panel Discussion June 8-12, 2010 | www.ipeg.org
    • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 2010 ADVANCE ENDOSCOPIC COURSE: Asking the Experts & Improving Your Skills (SIMULATOR HANDS-ON COURSE) GROUP A 7:00 am – 9:20 am GROUP B 9:40 am – 12:00 pm CHAIR: David van der Zee, MD, CO-CHAIRS: Sanjeev Dutta, MD & Daniel J. Ostlie, MD Kona Ballroom STATION FACULTY Basic Suturing Station Miguel Guelfand, MD, Mark Wulkan, MD, & Juergen Schleef, MD Single Port Laparoscopy Todd A. Ponsky, MD Gastric Banding Thomas I. Inge, MD Pediatric Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Skills Philipp Szavay, MD Neo Trainer Model Milissa McKee, MD Pylorus Model Joseph Iocono, MD Esophageal Atresia Model Hossein Allal, MD Single Port Simulator Georges Azzie, MD Robotic VRT Model Pablo Laje, MD Robotic VRT Model Thom E. Lobe, MD Endoscopic VRT Model Timothy Kane, MD FLOATERS: Benno M.Ure, MD, PhD; Shawn D. St. Peter; Go Miyano, MD; Atsuyuki Yamataka, MD Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Kohala Ballroom THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2010 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS *Scientific Sessions are located in the Monarchy Ballroom Description The theme of the 2010 IPEG meeting will be a cases oriented approach to challenges in clinical situations with expert panels and with invited faculty who will speak on specific topics. Included are oral sessions, video presentations, and poster presentations of abstracts selected by the Program Committee. Panel information and information about the abstracts & video presentation will be available in the Final Program distributed on-site. Objectives The objectives of the session are to educate, expose and allow pediatric surgeons and urologist the opportunity to discuss the developing techniques and management principles regarding minimally invasive surgical techniques and scientific developments that will affect their patient population. Specific Objectives include: • Presentation of new and developing minimally invasive surgical techniques in a scientific environment. • Opportunity to interact with experts in the fields of minimally invasive pediatric surgery and urology via panel interactions and audience response systems. • Discussion of current and future controversial issues regarding minimally invasive surgery in infants and children. • Advance the use of minimally invasive surgical procedures in infants and children. • Encourage international interactions in the management and minimally invasive surgical interventions for infants and children. At the conclusion of this event the participant will be able to implement the information and techniques that were obtained during the event and by doing this the care of that population will be improved and will continue to advance. What is included? Includes entrance to the IPEG Scientific Sessions on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, entrance to the exhibit hall & welcome reception, general session breaks, Friday Poster Tours, and Main Event. *Seperate fee applies to postgraduate course(s). IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • PANEL: “The Great Gonad Debate” 7:45 am – 8:45 am CHAIR: Todd A. Ponsky, MD, CO-CHAIR: Maria Marcela Bailez, MD Description This session will be in the format of case presentations to distinguished expert faculty highlighting controversies in the management of testicular and ovarian disorders. This session will also focus on new, innovative, minimally invasive techniques that can be used to treat these disorders. Objectives At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the different options available for the treatment of the undescended testicle • Perform minimally invasive techniques for certain testicular disorders. • Understand the different options available for the treatment of the ovarian torsion and masses. • Perform minimally invasive techniques for certain ovarian disorders. Faculty: Juergen Schleef, Shawn St. Peter, MD, & C.K. Yeung, MD TIME TOPIC 7:45 am The Undescended Testicle 7:55 am The Incidental Patent Processus Vaginalis 8:05 am Ovarian Torsion 8:15 am Ovarian Teratoma 8:25 am The Communicating Hydrocele 8:35 am Mullerian Remnants 8:45 am Panel Discussion Welcome Address 8:45 am – 9:00 am Marcelo H. Martinez Ferro, MD, 2010 IPEG President, INTRODUCTION: Todd A. Ponsky, MD SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Basic Science 9:00 am – 10:00 am Benno M. Ure, MD, PhD & Atsuyuki Yamataka, MD MODERATORS: Exhibitions & Poster Viewing 9:30 am – 3:30 am IPEG Exhibits Open Kohala Ballroom IPEG Poster Viewing Open Queen’s Ballroom BREAK 10:00 am – 10:30 am Exhibit Hall/Kohala Ballroom SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Coolest Tricks 10:30 am – 11:30 am MODERATORS: Carroll “Mac” Harmon, MD, PhD & Pablo Laje, MD Presidential Address & Lecture: Why IPEG? 11:30 am – 12:00 pm Marcelo H. Martinez Ferro, MD, INTRODUCTION: Maria Marcela Bailez, MD Dr. Marcelo Martinez-Ferro was born in Buenos Aires and graduated from the Buenos Aires University School of Medicine in 1983. He completed his residency in pediatric surgery at the Ricardo Gutierrez Children´s Hospital and in 1988, joined the staff of Garrahan National Children`s Hospital. During his 15-year tenure at the hospital he dedicated himself to drastically improving the survival rate of newborn surgical patients whose mortality rate was historically very high in Argentina. In 1992 he completed a fellowship at the Fetal Treatment Center of the UCSF where he confirmed his interest in fetal treatment and video surgery. Dr. Martinez-Ferro developed numerous fetal, neonatal and pediatric surgical and MIS procedures, introducing them throughout South America. These unique procedures have earned him international recognition as a leader and pioneer in the field of pediatric MIS. Due to his broad experience in the treatment of malformations of the thoracic wall in particular, he is periodically invited to operate on patients and to train surgeons and around the globe. Continue… June 8-12, 2010 | www.ipeg.org
    • Throughout his career, Dr. Martinez-Ferro has maintained an active and busy academic and clinical practice. He is also an active member of many prominent surgical organizations. He has published nearly 100 articles on a multitude of pediatric surgery topics and remains a highly-requested lecturer and guest speaker for numerous surgical and medical societies around the world. In 2005, he published the first Spanish textbook on neonatal surgery “Neonatología Quirúrgica,” which remains a Latin American bestseller. Dr. Martínez-Ferro is currently the professor of surgery and pediatrics, Chief Division of Pediatric Surgery, at the Fundacion Hospitalaria Children´s Hospital and the Coordinator of Fetal Treatment Center at the CEMIC University Hospital in Buenos Aires. Dr. Martinez-Ferro and his wife Valeria live in Buenos Aires with their three children. Lunch /Free Time/Exhibit Viewing 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Thorax 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm MODERATORS: François Becmeur, MD & Sanjeev Dutta, MD KARL STORZ LECTURE: NOTES ®: The Next or the Past Revolution? 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm Jacques Marescaux, MD, INTRODUCTION: Steven S. Rothenberg, MD Dr. Jacques Marescaux was born on August 4, 1948. He quickly set his sights on a medical career. Upon completing his internship, he decided that surgery could never be an end in itself if disassociated from a scientific approach. He obtained a position as university professor of surgery, at the age of 32. In 1994, he created an original structure dedicated to surgical research and training: IRCAD, a private non- profit institute, where researchers, computer science engineers, roboticians, international surgical experts and industry giants meet. Since its creation, IRCAD has gained a renown of excellence in surgical research, attested by 2425 international publications and communications. In September 2001, Prof. Marescaux realized the first long-distance remote surgery from New York to Strasbourg (Lindbergh Operation). IRCAD’s strong research orientation being the development of ever less invasive surgical techniques, a new concept of transluminal surgery using natural orifices, avoiding any scar on skin and muscles, has been initiated in 2004 (ANUBIS project) allowing the first surgical intervention via natural orifices on 2nd April 2007. So many surgical changes imply the parallel development of a training structure: the European Institute of Tele-Surgery that has gained international renown which is easily confirmed by the number of surgeons registering for the courses: 3.500 surgeons from all the continents are being trained each year. Backed by the acknowledgment of a real need to keep up the link between the training institute and surgeons, in 2000, Prof. Marescaux has imagined a Virtual University on the Internet (WeBSurg), a website available in five languages:French, English, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese. In 2009, there are more than 72.000 active members. The international success of IRCAD is behind a mirror Institute in Taiwan (Asia Ircad – AITS), a second Institute should open in Brazil in the State of Sao Paulo. BREAK 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Exhibit Hall/Kohala Ballroom PANEL: MIS vs. Open: Controversies in Minimally Invasive Surgery 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm CHAIR: Mark L. Wulkan, MD, CO-CHAIR: Manuel Lopez, MD Description The panel will discuss the pro’s and con’s of minimally invasive congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair, inguinal hernia repair and cancer surgery. There is ambiguity about the appropriateness of some minimally invasive procedures. Three areas in which there is not clear evidence are neonatal diaphragmatic hernia repair, inguinal hernia repair and cancer surgery. This session is designed to share expert opinion with the audience and promote audience participation through discussion of the topics. IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • Objectives At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • List three advantages and disadvantages of MIS Diaphragmatic hernia repair. • List three advantages and disadvantages of MIS inguinal hernia repair. • List three advantages and disadvantages of MIS cancer surgery. TIME TOPIC FACULTY 3:30 pm Neonatal CDH Repair – Open Richard R. Ricketts, MD Neonatal CDH Repair – MIS Gordon A. MacKinlay, MD & Timothy D. Kane, MD 3:50 pm Q&A 4:00 pm Inguinal Hernia Repair - Open Steven S. Rothenberg, MD Inguinal Hernia Repair - MIS Todd A. Ponsky, MD 4:20 pm Q&A 4:30 pm Cancer Surgery – Open Richard R. Ricketts, MD Cancer Surgery – MIS Girolamo Mattioli, MD & Gordon A. MacKinlay, MD 4:50 pm Q&A SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Top 20 Posters 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm CHAIR: Craig T. Albanese, MD FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010 *Scientific Sessions are located in the Monarchy Ballroom MORNING BREAKFAST VIDEO SESSION: Unexpected Findings (Troubles and Complications) 7:00 am – 8:00 am MODERATORS: Timothy Kane, MD & Salem Islam, MD SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Colorectal, Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary 8:00 am – 9:30 am MODERATORS: Keith A. Georgeson, MD & Go Miyano, MD KEYNOTE LECTURE: “The Toll of Turning Impossible Dreams to Tangible Realities.” 9:30 am – 10:00 am Barry Goodfield, MD, INTRODUCTION: Thom E. Lobe, MD When parents dreams turn to nightmares it is often the skills of the Pediatric Endosurgeon that reverse the situation. Bringing innovation and creativity to crisis is their daily job but, there is a price tag. High stress, pressure, and often overwhelming expectations leave their marks on IPEG members. Dr. Barry Goodfield will discuss the personal costs of being an endosurgeon. This presentation will pose solutions to reduce the price the pediatric endosurgeon pays to excel. Expect practical suggestions wrapped in a package of inspiration. Dr. Barry Goodfield has been a consultant and trainer to the medical societies in Bordeaux, and Paris. He has worked with traumatic birth experience and its impact on children and parents more than 30 years. He has split his time between his practice in the United States and Europe for the last 30 plus years. Dr. Goodfield sees the work of the IPEG as having major importance to not just the patent and family but to the society as a whole. He will comment on the personal impact to all involved and better prepare the pediatric endosurgeon to deal effectively with the challenges of the future. Break 10:00 am – 10:30 am Exhibit Hall/Kohala Ballroom Exhibitions & Poster Viewing 9:30 am – 3:30 pm IPEG Exhibits Open Kohala Ballroom IPEG Poster Viewing Open Queen’s Ballroom June 8-12, 2010 | www.ipeg.org
    • SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Alternative Technologies (Robotics, NOTES ® & Single Port Laparoscopy) 10:30 am – 11:30 am MODERATORS: Celeste Hollands, MD & John J. Meehan, MD Poster Tours 11:30 am – 12:30 pm CHAIR: Craig T. Albanese MODERATORS: Simon Clarke, MD; Munther Haddad, MD; Tadashi Iwanaka, MD; Celeste Hollands, MD; John J. Meehan, MD; Klaus Schaarschmidt, MD; & Henri Steyaert, MD Lunch /Free Time/Exhibit Viewing 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PANEL: Redo – MIS Surgery: Why and How? 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm CHAIRS: Thom E. Lobe, MD, CO-CHAIR: Holger Till, MD, PhD Description This session will describe the rationale for performing Redo minimal access surgery and its technique as applied to commonly seen pediatric surgical problems. Advanced techniques, intrumentation and helpful tricks will be discussed as they apply to redo minimal access procedures. Objectives • To understand the rationale and indications and contraindications for redo minimal access surgery. • To understand technical approaches to perform safe redo surgery. • To understand when enough is enough, and when to quit and open redo cases. • To understand the complications that may occur with redo minimal access surgery. TIME TOPIC FACULTY 1:00 pm Role of MIS in Redo Hirschsprung’s Disease Marc A. Levitt, MD 1:20 pm Q&A 1:30 pm Reoperative Surgery for Adhesions Thom E. Lobe, MD 1:50 pm Q&A 2:00 pm Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery Holger Till, MD, PhD 2:20 pm Q&A 2:30 pm Lessons Learned in MIS RedoNissen Juergen Schleef, MD 2:50 pm Q&A PANEL: Morbid Obesity in Pediatrics; Difficult Cases. 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm CHAIR: Thomas H. Inge, MD, CO-CHAIR: Marc Michalsky, MD Description This session will describe the most promising and minimally invasive surgical treatment options applicable to adolescents with morbid obesity. Procedures will include roux en Y gastric bypass, adjustable gastric banding, and vertical sleeve gastrectomy. Discussion will also focus on mechanisms of disease control afforded by the surgical procedures. The panel will also be presented with challenging cases for discussion. Objectives • To review the latest mid-term results following gastric bypass in adolescents in the US. • To review the results to date for adolescents who have undergone adjustable gastric banding in the Northern and Southern hemisphere. • To understand the rationale behind use of vertical sleeve gastrectomy and the results to date in adolescents in the Middle East • To review the proposed mechanism(s) by which each of the procedures affect weight and metabolic changes postoperatively IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • TIME TOPIC FACULTY 3:00 pm Gastric Bypass Carroll “Mac” Harmon, MD, PhD 3:20 pm Q&A 3:25 pm Gastric Banding Marc Michalsky, MD & Miguel Guelfand, MD 3:45 pm Q&A 3:50 pm Sleeve Gastrectomy Aayed Al-Qahtani, MD & Holger Till, MD, PhD 4:10 pm Q&A 4:15 pm Mechanisms of Action Holger Till, MD, PhD 4:35 pm Q&A 4:40 pm Difficult Cases Panel Discussion IPEG Main Event & Hula Dancing Contest! 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Join IPEG for a night of food, drinks, music, dancing… and a bit of competition! Hilton Waikoloa/Lagoon Lanai Kick off the night by watching the sunset. The Lagoon Lanai overlooks the 4-acre of salt-water lagoon and the waterfall. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2010 Ethicon Endo-Surgery Inc. Energy Symposium (Non-CME) 8:00 am – 9:00 am CHAIR: Steven S. Rothenberg, MD Description The science of energy program via surgeons that includes both advanced bipolar and (ultrasonic) harmonic technologies. General Assembly 9:15 am – 10:15 am Break 10:15 am – 10:30 am SCIENTIFIC SESSION: Miscellaneous 10:30 am – 11:45 am MODERATORS: Girolamo Mattioli, MD & Shawn D. St. Peter, MD AWARDS 11:45 am – 12:00 pm Basic Science Award AWARDED BY: Benno M. Ure, MD, PhD IRCAD AWARDED BY: Marcelo H. Martinez Ferro, MD 2008 IRCAD Award Winner Abstract Presentation 12:00 pm – 12:15 pm Pablo Laje, MD INTRODUCTION: Benno M. Ure, MD, PhD SCIENTIFIC VIDEO SESSION: Miscellaneous 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm MODERATORS: Long Li, MD & Edward Esteves, MD Closing Remarks 1:15 pm – 1:30 pm Marcelo Martinez Ferro, MD & Maria Marcela Bailez June 8-12, 2010 | www.ipeg.org
    • IPEG SOCIAL ACTIVITIES HOTEL RESERVATIONS Tuesday, June 8, 2010 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Early housing Deadline is May 7, 2010 IPEG Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall To book your reservation: LOCATION: Exhibit Hall/Kohala Ballroom, ATTIRE: Resort Casual ON-LINE: www.hiltonwaikoloavillage.com BY PHONE: 1.800.HILTONS or 1.808.886.1234 Friday, June 11, 2010 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm RESERVATION CODE: IPE IPEG Luau & Hula Dancing Contest! LOCATION: Hilton Waikoloa/Lagoon Lanai, ATTIRE: Resort Casual Single/Double Room Rate: US $225 TICKETS FOR ADDITIONAL GUEST: $120 (plus applicable taxes)*Rate also available to attendees (3) days before and (3) days Join IPEG for a night of food, drinks, music, dancing… and a bit of after the conference dates. competition! Kick off the night by watching the sunset. The Lagoon Reservation after early deadline: You Lanai overlooks the 4-acre of salt-water lagoon and the waterfall. may still be able to secure a reservation with the hotel directly, based on availability and the prevailing rate. IPEG Hula Contest Rules/ Hotel changes, cancellations & early departures: Please How to Enter the Competition contact the Hilton Waikoloa directly for any changes and/or 1. Due to limited time, you MUST sign up in advance to cancellations. Cancellations must be made no later than 72 participate. hours prior to your scheduled arrival date to avoid a one-night room charge and tax charge to your credit card. In the event 2. All acts are limited to a 5-minute presentation. that you check out prior to your reserved check-out date the 3. We encourage you to rehearse your act in advance. resort will charge an early check out fee. 4. When you register, please include the name of your group, name of participants, and institution. Please Check-in time is 3:00 pm Check-Out time is 12:00 pm contact Jacqueline Narváez no later than, May 7, 2010 Hotel Features (jacqueline@ipeg.org) • Located on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii , 5. All acts must provide music disc. Set along 62 oceanfront acres 6. participants will be scored on performance, creativity, • Only 20 minutes from Kona International Airport (KOA) • Offering mahogany canal boat rides and sleek air-conditioned and sportsmanship! tram transportation around the resort • SPA TOURS/ACTIVITIES Circle Island Tour: Visit coffee plantations, macadamia nut orchards, orchid and anthurium nurseries, waterfalls, black sand A great way to give back to your Surgical Society, while beaches. Volcano National Park, Lava Tube, steam vents, sulfur enjoying an adventure in the Big Island! When you book your banks, and Halemaumau Fire Pits. (10-11 hrs.) Tour or Activity through Destinations in Paradise, Destinations in Paradise will donate a portion of the proceeds back to IPEG. Cycle Adventure: Cycling begins in Waimea Village and ends Proceed will go towards the IPEG Research Fund. at the Waipio Valley Lookout. Experience “old Hawaii” while cruising tropical landscapes and rolling green pastures. (5 hrs. DESTINATIONS IN PARADISE total, 15 easy miles) The official IPEG tour/activities service provider. Helicopter Full & Partial Island Volcano Tours: Experience PHONE: 808.883.8587 FAX: 808.883.0766 Madame Pele’s lava and volcanic badlands, explore lush rainforests, EMAIL: info@dinparadise.com Hamakua Coast, immense tropical valleys with cascading WEBSITE: www.dinparadise.com waterfalls, the ultimate Big Island adventure. (1½-2 hrs.) Below are some of the activities provided by Destinations in Paradise. Hike: Kohala Waterfalls Adventure or Waipio Valley Rim Immerse Please contact them directly for pricing and reservations. yourself in Hawaiian countryside, old Hawaii and extraordinary TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED natural beauty. Cross-streams, discover waterfalls and traverse bridges while exploring the famous Kohala or Hamakua Ditch ATV Rides: Ride your own All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) on the trail. Easy walk, cool mountain, and stream swim. Kohala Mountainside, Waipio Valley or Parker Ranch. Enjoy lush green country rich in tropical beauty. (2-3 hrs.) Horseback Riding: Take a leisurely ride on horseback, with awesome Big Island views. Catamaran Sails (Snorkel, Diving, or Sunset): Experience a wonderful Catamaran adventure viewing a myriad endemic and Kayak & Snorkel: Enjoy a mile or two of paddling and some introduced colorful tropical fish and gorgeous coastal views. snorkeling along the beautiful Kohala Coast. (2 hrs.) Snorkel Sail includes gear, picnic lunch, and bar. Sunset Sails Pinztrek: A rugged off-road journey to a secret, cool mountain include pupus and open bar. (2-4 hrs.) world on Hualalai Volcano. Tour landscapes of forest, lava flows, and enormous craters. IPEG 19th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children
    • REGISTRATION FORM • JUNE 8-12, 2010 Dr. Mr. Ms. Mrs. Miss Other: First/Given Name: Last/Family Name: Institution: Address: City: State: Zip: Country: Phone: Fax: Email: Area of surgical interest/specialty: REGISTRATION FEE & SCHEDULE Please indicate the Courses & Events you plan to attend below. Confirmation of registration will be sent within 15 days of receipt of registration. No Confirmations will be sent after May 21, 2010. Registration Includes: entrance to the IPEG scientific sessions on Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, entrance to the exhibit hall & welcome reception, general session breaks, Friday poster tours, and Main event. *Payment in full must accompany registration form. Meeting registration is available in advance of the meeting through May 21, 2010. After May 21, 2010, attendees must register on-site. On-site registration is subject to an additional charge of US $100. Please direct questions concerning registration to the Meeting Registrar at 1.310.437.0553, ext. 128 or registration@ipeg.org. Surgeon SIT Allied Health Allied Health TOTAL Member SIT Member Non-Member Non-Member Member Non-Member *See Applicable Fee US $395 US $595 US $180 US $315 US $180 US $315 $ IPEG Advance Endoscopic Surgery Course US $215 $ Lecture ONLY: Tuesday, June 8, 2010, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm IPEG Advance Endoscopic Surgery Course Lecture & Lab Lecture: Tuesday, June 8, 2010, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Hands-On Course Simulator Lab: Wednesday June 9, 2010 US $595 $ (Please select a time for your lab. Lab registration is first come first served. Space is limited.) Group A: 7:00 am – 9:20 am Group B: 9:40 am – 12:00 pm GUEST REGISTRATION Includes Welcome Reception & Main Event First/Given Name: Last/Family Name: #____ x US $150 $ First/Given Name: Last/Family Name: Additional Main Event Tickets #____ x US $120 $ LATE FEES After May 7, 2010 and before May 21, 2010 US $75 $ On-Site and as of May 21, 2010 US $100 $ GRAND TOTAL $ PAYMENT SCHEDULE The following information is required to process your registration. Check Enclosed (Make checks payable to IPEG. Checks will be accepted in U.S funds only.) Credit Card Payment (All credit card charges will be made in U.S. dollars.) Circle One: Visa, MasterCard , AMEX Charge the total amount of $ to CC#: Security Code (A three or four digit number printed on the front or back of the card): Exp.: Card Holders Name: Card Holders Signature: Cancellations must be submitted in writing before May 21, 2010 to receive a refund minus a US $75 administrative fee. Refunds will not be granted after May 21, 2010. Refunds will not be given for no-shows for the Conference, Post Graduate Course, Hands-On Lab, Welcome reception, or Main Event after the conference. PLEASE COMPLETE & RETURN THIS REGISTRATION FORM TO: Tina Sandoval: IPEG, 11300 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 600, Los Angeles, CA 90064 FAX: 310.437.0585 EMAIL: registration@ipeg.org
    • International Pediatric Endosurgery Group (IPEG) 11300 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 600 Los Angeles, CA 90064 USA JUNE 8-12, 2010 HILTON WAIKOLOA VILLAGE WAIKOLOA, HAWAII (THE BIG ISLAND) EARLY REGISTRATION & HOUSING DEADLINE MAY 7, 2010