Program


November 15, 2018 (Thursday)
08.00 – 13.00 Registration (The Marmara Hotel Taksim)
09.30 – 12.30 IAU hands on training course on uretereocopy (Venue : Boston Scientific Turkey)
Course Directors:  Bilal Eryildirim,(TR), Abdullatif Aydin (UK)

09.30-09.40 Introduction and basic information on ureteroscopic applications / Emrah Yuruk (TR)
09.40-09.50 Instrument set-up for a successful URS procedure / Selcuk Guven (TR)
09.50-10.05 Basic application tips and tricks – How I do it ? / Gokhan Atis (TR)
10.05-10.20 Complications and management principles / Abdulkadir Tepeler (TR)
10.20-12.30 Hands on training with tutors / Gokhan Atis (TR), Emrah Yuruk (TR)
MAIN HALL
13.00 – 13.48 IAU–Young urologist ssession -1  What is new in stone research ?
Chairs: Zhangqun Ye (CN), Tiejun Pan (CN), Juan M López-Martínez (ES),
Viktor Stankov (MKD), Emin Ozbek (TR)

13.00 – 13.20 Invited lecture from the expert
Research in stone formation : Where does the future lie? / Willam Gibson Robertson (UK)
13.20 – 13.27 Recent innovations in ureteroscopic stone management / Rui Chen (CN)
13.27 – 13.34 Can vinegar prevent stone recurrence and regrowth? / Wei Zhu (CN)
13.34 – 13.41 A new animal model for stone formation / Hua Xu (CN)
13.41 – 13.48 How can we increase stone the free status following RIRS? / Wenqi Wu (CN)
13.48 – 14.23 IAU–Young urologist ssession -2  What is new in stone research ?
Chairs: Liping Xie (CN), Jianggen Yang (CN), Weiguo Hu (CN), Jianguo Zhu (CN)
13.48 – 13.55 PCNL under “local anesthesia”: Is it really feasible? / Fenshen Chen (CN)
13.55 – 14.02 PCNL combined RIRS for renal stones: gimmicky or practical? / Wayne Lam (HK)
14.02 – 14.09 Multiple access PCNL vs PCNL combined RIRS for multiple renal stones: which is better? / Ahmad Elderwy (EG)
14.09 – 14.15 Multiple access PCNL: Does it really increase bleeding complications and damage renal function? / Tarek Ahmed Amin Ibrahim (QAT)
14.15 – 14.45 Coffee break
14.45 – 16.20 IAU –Young urologists session – 3 What is new in stone research ?
Chairs: Murat Binbay (TR), Lin Qi (CN), Zamari Noori (AF), J. Reis Santos (PT)
14.45 – 15.05 Invited lecture from the expert
Research in stoneformation : Great efforts but little progress, why ? – from a clinician’s perspective? / Hans Goran Tiselius (S)
15.05 – 16.20 Junior urologists presenting- The experts are discussing
Expert panel : Peter Alken (D), Andrea Bosio (IT), Bernhard Hess (CH),
Hans Goran Tiselius (S), Shyam Babu (IN)
Junior urologists:
– PNL / Wen Zhong (CN)
– fURS / Kubilay Sabuncu (TR)
– Metabolic / Kremana Petkova (BG)
– PNL / Marinos Berdempes (GR)
– Metabolic / Stefano Zanetti (IT)
16.20 – 17.20 ESWL Reloaded – Non-Invasive. Effective. Efficient.
Chairs: Geert Tailly (B), Kemal Sarica (TR), Emrah Yuruk (TR)
16.20 – 16.35 The 4 Dimensions of successful Shockwave Lithotripsy – How Technology, Technologist, Technique and Treatment drive Outcome / S. PARMAR (IN)
16.35 – 16.55 IAU Lecture: ESWL 2018 – Improve your Game! / Geert Tailly (B)
16.55 – 17.10 ESWL in the Kidney – a retrospective Evaluation of Stone Free Rate, Retreatment Rate and Side Effects / Ferdinando De Marco (IT)
17.10 – 17.20 ESWL – The best Choice for the Youngest Patients / Kemal Sarica (TR)
17.20 – 18.40 TÜAK -Turkish Stone Research Group session :
Management of ureteral stones: Changing concepts and advancing technology
Chairs: Bilal Eryildirim (TR), Tzefat Tefik (TR), Serdar Yalcin (TR), Tatiana Darevyanko (RU)
17.20 – 17.40 Invited lecture from an expert
The role of alkali (citrate) in pathophysiology and treatment stone disease / Bernhard Hess (CH)
17.40 – 17.55 METical management of ureteral stones : Shall we further apply it or forget about it? / Hakan Kilicarslan (TR)
17.55 – 18.10 Ureteroscopic management of ureteral stones : what has changed so far in the last 10 years? / Ali Unsal (TR)
18.10 – 18.25 fURS and infective complications : What could we do for an infection-free procedure? /  Abdulkadir Tepeler (TR)
18.25 – 18.40 Ho-YAG laser application in stone management : Arrangement of the settings with respect to stone related factors / Haluk Sen (TR)

 

November 16, 2018 (Friday)
MAIN HALL
08.10 – 08:30 Standardized training in “endourology”: How and why? Kamran Ahmed ( UK)
08.30 – 11.00 Live surgery session -1
PNL
Chairs : Jinchun Xin (CN), Ahmet Yaser Muslumanoglu (TR), Christina Seitz (AT), Wei Zhang (CN)
  Standart PNL – supine position / Shashi Kiran Pal (IN)
Standart PNL – prone position / Shabir Almousawi (KOW)
Mini PNL- prone position / Sven Lahme (D)
Super-mini PNL – prone position / Guohua Zeng (CN)
11.00 – 11.20 Coffee break
11.20 – 13.00 IAU and EAU Section of Urolithiasis (EULIS) joint Session

PNL – Invasive but highly successful : Evaluation of the procedure from different aspects
Chairs : Juan Antonio Galan (S), Yaoliang Deng (CN), Emrah Yuruk (TR), Zhiqiang Chen (CN)
11.20 – 11.45 EULIS lecture: The importance of learning curve for the training and practice of endourological procedures / Peter Alken (D)
11.45 – 12.00 PNL : Tips and tricks for a successful procedure / Wael Gamal Saad (EG)
12.00 – 12.15 PNL: Tubed, tubeless and totally tubeless – In which case and why / Andras Hoznek (F) 
12.15 – 12.30 Positioning in PNL: Why PNL is still done in prone position ? / Abdul Majid Rana (PAK)
12.30 – 12.45 Pediatric PNL in 2018 : An update / Sharjel Saulat (PAK)
12:45 – 13:00 Preventive measures for a complication-free PNL procedure: Here are the most important factors to be considered / Christina Seitz (AT)
HALL B
11.20  – 13.00 Short Presentations – 1
Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PNL) – 1
Chairs: Sudeif Imamverdiev (AZ), Sixing Yang (CN), Ivan Gorgotsky (RU), Haluk Sen (TR), Cemal Goktas (TR)

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13.00 – 13.45 Lunch
MAIN HALL
13.45 – 15.15 IAU-Endourological society joint session
Chairs: Cenk Gurbuz (TR), Bohua Shen (CN), J.M. Reis Santos (PT),
Shaogang Wang (CN), Murat Bagcioglu (TR)
13.45 – 14.05 Invited lecture from the expert
The benefit or not of screening stone patients for their stone forming risk factors?  How extensive should this be? / Hans Goran Tiselius (S)
14.05 – 14.20 Tips and tricks to prevent complications during or after flexible ureteroscopic stone management / Laurian Dragos (RO)
14.20 – 14.40 Tips and trick for a safe and successful initial puncture during PCNL? / Margaret Pearle (USA)
14.40 – 14.55 Management of medium sized renal calculi (10-20 mm) which one is the best : SWL, PNL or RIRS? An update / Jean De La Rosette (NL)
14.55 – 15.15 To dust or to fragment during flexible ureteroscopic stone management: Which one, in which stone and why ? / Harpreet Singh (IN)
HALL B
13.45  – 14.45 Short Presentations – 2
Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PNL) – 2
Chairs: Shabir Almousawi (KW), Hakan Akdere (TR), Wu Wenqi (CN)

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15.15 – 15.30 Coffee break
MAIN HALL
15.30 – 16.30 Panel: Nightmare cases in stone management: Case presentation panel with experts
  Case presenter :  Tarik Esen (TR)
Panelists : Zhong Wu (CN), Daron Smith (UK), Mehmet Ilker Gokce (TR), Shashi Kiran Pal (IN),
Shaw P.Wan (USA)
16.30 – 17.30 Point – counterpoint session – PNL controvesial issues
Chairs: Jean De La Rosette (NL), Guosheng Yang (CN), Wanlong Tan (CN),
Yinhuai Wang (CN)
16.30 – 16.40 Fluoroscopic access is more advantegous, because… / Gohua Zeng (CN)
16.40 – 16.50 Sonographic access is more advantageous , beacuse… /   Jianxing Li (CN)
16.50 – 17.00 Prone position is my favourite because … / Andreas Skolarikos (GR)
17.00 – 17.10 Supine position is my favaourite because … / Emanuele Montanari (IT)
17.10 – 17.20 Mini-Perc for 2-4cm renal stones is my choice because… / Simon Choong (UK)
17.20 – 17.30 Standard Perc for 2-4cm renal stones is my choice because… / Edgar Beltran Suarez (MEX)
17.30 – 18.50 IAU and SEGUR (Southeasthern European Group for Urolithiasis Research)  joint session
Chairs: Iliya Saltirov (BG), Metin Ozturk (TR), Stilianos Giannakopoulos (GR), Omer Yilmaz (TR)
17.30 – 17.50 Invited lecture from the expert
Reactive Oxygen Species and Nephrolithiasis. / Saeed Khan (USA)
17.50 – 18.05 Radiation exposure during endourological procedures : An important but to some extent neglected parameter. / Jena Vassileva (BG)
18.05 – 18.20 Stone therapy and anticoagulant medication: How should we prepare and follow up our cases for endourological procedures / Dragoslav Basic (SER)
18.20 – 18.35 Residual fragments after endourological procedures: Preventive measures, management and follow-up / Alberto Trinchieri (IT)
18.35 – 18.50 Management principles in lower pole stones in the light of stone as well as patient related factors /  Petrisor Geavlete (RO)
HALL B
17.30  – 19.30 Short Presentations – 3
Research, Medical Management, Laparoscopic, Open Surgery and General
Chairs: Pietro Manuel Ferraro (IT), Tzefat Tefik (TR) , Wei Tang (CN)

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18.50 – 19.50 Inauguration & IAU function session
18.50 – 19.00 Introduction of IAU / Wenqi Wu (CN)
19.00 – 19.10 Presidents words / Zhangqun Ye (CN)
19.10 – 19.20 Introduction of new members of IAU / Kemal Sarica (TR) / Guohua Zeng (CN)
19.20 – 19.30 Award winners / Zhangqun Ye (CN)
19.30 – 19.40 Invitation for 8th IAU Conference / Jianxing Li (CN)
19.40 – 19.50 Closing remarks / Kemal Sarica (TR)

 

November 17, 2018 (Saturday)
MAIN HALL
08.00 – 08:20 Management of large and complex stones in children : Which technique and why? / Mohammad Alomar (SA)
08.20 – 08:40 Robotic applications in endourology: Roboflex Aviceanna in the flexible ureteroscopic management of kidney stones / Remzi Saglam (TR)
08.40 – 11.00 Live surgery session – 2
URS

Chairs : Wayne Lam(CN), Gokhan Atis (TR) , Xiao Yu (CN), Andreas Skolarikos (GR), Yasar Ozgok (TR)
  fURS – Large pelvic stone / Olivier Traxer (F)
fURS – Horseshoe kidney / Margaret Pearle (USA)
fURS – Reusable scope- Calyceal stone / Andrea Bosio (IT)
fURS – Single use scope – lower calyceal stone / Guohua Zeng (CN)
11.00 – 11.20 Coffee break
11.20 – 12.40 Pathophysiology, medical and dietary management – What do we have new in 2018?
Chairs : Saeed Khan (USA), Hans Goran Tiselius (S) Timucin Senkul (TR). Xiaochun Zhang (CN)
11.20 – 11.40 Invited lecture from the expert
Genetic aspects of stone-formation: What is new in 2018? / Giovanni Gambaro (IT)
11.40 – 11.55 Urologist and nephrologist : A close collaboartion is needed for stone management and follow-up but how? /  Robert John Unwin (UK)
11.55 – 12.10 Medical management of stones – pills or diet? / Bernhard Hess (CH)
12.10 – 12.25 Diet and stones : An increasing impact in stone management / Pietro Manuel Ferraro (IT)
12.25 – 12.40 New medical treatments for stones : Beyond the potassium citrate / Juan M. Lopez-Martínez (S)
HALL B
11.20 – 13.10 Short Presentations – 4
Ureteroscopy (URS) – ESWL
Chairs: Wencheng Li (CN), Hichem Kouichem (AL), Kemal Sarica (TR), Rasim Guzel (TR)

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MAIN HALL
12.40 – 13.36 Industry session

Chairs : Zhangqun Ye (CN), Kemal Sarica (TR), Guohua Zeng (CN), Sven Lahme (D)
12:40 – 12:48 Pros and cons of disposable f-URS (Sponsored by PUSEN company) / Rongpei Wu (CN)
12:48 – 12:56 How to manage residual stones following RIRS? (Sponsored by Kangjiabai) / Changbao Xu (CN)
12:56 – 13:04 How to prevent stone recurrence (Sponsored by Rosso) / Songtao Xiang (CN)
13:04 – 13:12 Ultrasound combined pneumatic lithotripsy for complicated renal stones (Sponsored by EMS) / Yongda Liu (CN)
13:12 – 13:20 Recent advance in holmium laser lithotripsy (Sponsored by Lisa) / Yunteng Huang (CN)
13:20 – 13:28 Pure ultrasound-guided puncture for PCNL (Sponsored by BK) / Rijin Song (CN)
13:28 – 13:36 Effective management of large and complex Stones with mini- PNL approach Tips and tricks /
Shyam Babu (IN)
13:36 – 13:40 A new medical device to monitor the urinary pH of “stone-former” patients: Beyond the paper-strips  / Oriol Angerri (S)
13.40 – 14.30 Lunch
14.30 – 15.45 What is new in endourology? – I
Chairs : Hichem Kouicem (AL), Sakip Erturhan (TR), Hongxing Zhong (MC),
Jiongming Li (CN)
14.30 – 14.45 Disposible UAS : Advantages and disadvantages / Olivier Traxer (F)
14.45 – 15.00 New advances in ureteroscopic stone removal / Kunjie Wang (CN)
15.00 – 15.15 Flexible ureteroscopic management of stones in children: Is there any difference from the adults? / Berkan Resorlu (TR)
15.15 – 15.30 New models in PNL training /  Marcus Vinicius Maroccola (BR)
15.30 – 15.45 New advances in ureteroscopic stone removal / Kunjie Wang (CN)
15.45 – 16.45 What is new in endourology? – II
Chairs : Kremena Petkova (BG), Lingwu Chen (CN) , Jiwen Cheng (CN), Hua Jiang (CN)
15.45 – 16.00 From diagnosis to follow-up : What should be our policy in radiologic evaluation of the stones /  Sven Lahme (D)
16.00 – 16.15 Quality of life and stone disease : An important topic gaining importance in recent years / Alberto Budia Alba (S)
16.15 – 16.30 Management of large and complex renal stones: Experience from an endemic country / Mumtaz Ahmed (PAK)
16.30 – 16.45

Open surgery for stone therapy: Is it really dead or somehow alive in the era of
endourology? / Zine Abouelfadel (MAR)

HALL B
14.30 – 16.45 Short Presentations – 5
Flexible Ureteroscopy (fURS) – Pediatric Stone management
Chairs : Juan Antonio Galan (S), Bulent Onal (TR), Xiuheng Liu (CN)

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16.45 – 17.00 Closing remarks

Zhangqun Ye (CN)
Kemal Sarica (TR)