9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
63rd Simpson Smith Symposium
UCL Institute of Child Health
30 Guilford St London WC1N 1EH, United Kingdom 020 7242 9789
London, London
http://www.gosh.nhs.uk/careers/education/short_courses/courses/course_00037
The Symposium attracts regular and new participants each year from centres in the UK and throughout Europe. The thematic design of the day enables speakers to give in-depth information on the topics chosen, and there are opportunities for discussion with speakers and participants working in many different areas.

http://www.gosh.nhs.uk/careers/education/short_courses/courses/course_00037

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, July 7, 2011
09:00:00 REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS
09:25:00 Session 1 | Abdominal wall defects Agostino Pierro
09:30:00 Antenatal management of wall defects Kypros Nicolaides
09:55:00 Exomphalos
10:00:00 Minor exomphalos
10:20:00 Major exomphalos Mark Davenport
10:40:00 Respiratory morbidity Ranjan Suri
11:00:00 REFRESHMENTS
11:25:00 Gastroschisis
11:30:00 Individualised surgical management Joe Curry
11:50:00 Preformed silo Sean Marven
12:10:00 Lunch
13:35:00 Session 2 | Is surgery necessary? Lewis Spitz
13:40:00 Appendicitis
13:45:00 Non-operative Jan F. Svensson
14:05:00 Operative Benno Ure
14:25:00 Interval appendicectomy (operative vs. non operative) Nigel Hall
14:40:00 Hydrocele
14:45:00 The evidence - pros and cons for surgery Simon Eaton
15:00:00 Adhesive obstruction
15:05:00 Non-operative
15:25:00 Operative Paolo de Coppi
15:45:00 REFRESHMENTS
16:10:00 Malrotation in diaphragmatic hernia
16:15:00 No Ladd’s Carl Davis
16:35:00 Ladd’s Keith Holmes
17:00:00 Simpson Smith Memorial Lecture | Surgery and conjoined twins
18:00:00 Close
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