Scientific Program

PRELIMINARY SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

 

1st IAPO INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PEDIATRIC HEARING DISORDERS

Friday (November 18, 2011) ONLY, morning and afternoon. SIMULTANEOUSLY with Pre Symposium Courses of the 7th IAPO INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PEDIATRIC ENT
Câmara de Comércio Americana:Rua da Paz, 1431. Chácara Santo Antônio – São Paulo – SP

            8:30 – 9:00 AM

1.         SensorineuralHearing Loss: etiologies and management.Anil Lalwani

 

            9:00 – 9:30 AM

2.         Updating genetics and hearing.Edi Sartorato e José Lubianca

9:30 – 10:00 AM

3.       Estradiol and its impacts on Hearing regulation.Raphael Pinaud

10:00 – 10:30 AM

4.       High volume music and hearing loss.
How to the adolescents should be aware.
Roland Eavey

10:30 – 10: 50 Coffee break

10:50 – 11:15 AM

5.         Brazilian national guidelines for a healthy hearing program.Carla Daher

11:15 – 11:45 AM

6.         Cochlear implant in children younger than 1 year of age. Blake Papsin

11:45 – 12:00

7.         Tinnitus management in children.Tanit Ganz Sanchez

12:00 – 12:30

8.         Brainstem implant in children: results and complications.Ricardo Bento

12:30  – 1 PM

9.         Hearing discrimination, memory and the anterior cortex.Raphael Pinaud


1 – 2 PMLunch

2 – 2:30 PM

10.       Cochlear implant: uni or bilateral? Blake Papsin

2:30 – 3 PM

11.       Round table. Sensoneural hearing loss and cochlear implant.
Moderator:Anil Lalwani
Participants: Luis Lavinsky, Robinson KojiandWalter Bianchini.


3 – 3:30 PM

12.       Round table. Simultaneous or sequential cochlear implantation?
Moderator:Leopoldo Cordeiro
Participantes:
Augusto Penãranda, Hector Ruiz
andJavier Cervera.

3:30 – 4 PM

13.       Round table. Hearing screening: which is the best way to do it?
Moderadora:
Doris Lewis
Participants:Amarilis MelendezandMônica Chapchap. 


4 – 4:30 PM

14.       Round table. Auditory neuropathy. Which is the best treatment?
Moderator: Marcelo R. de Toledo Piza
Participants: Osmar Mesquita Neto and Doris Lewis


4:30 – 5:00 PM

15.       Round table. Cochlear implant complications in pediatric patients.
Moderator: Arthur Castilho
Participants:
Domingos Lamônica, Rodrigo Pereira and Rogério Hammerschmit

 

17:00 – 17:30Coffee break


5:30 – 6 PM

16.       Round table. (Central) Auditory Processing: Normal hearing tests,
but the child has a poor performance in the school.
Moderator:Berenice Ramos
Participantes: Ana Alvarez, Liliane Desgualdo and Mariana Guedes

6 – 6:30 PM

17.       Round table: Latin America different hearing screening programs.
Moderator: Leopoldo Cordeiro
Participants:
Augusto Penarãnda, Elsa Cecilia Marin, Javier Dibildox,
Jorge Astocondor and Silvio Marone

6:30 – 7 PM

18.       Panel: The importance of hearing evaluation tests
in order to better identify hearing loss.
Moderator: Ney Penteado de Castro
ABR: Edigar R. de Almeida
OAE: Manoel de Nóbrega
Steady-State: Signe Schuster Grassel

7 – 7:30 PM

19.       Panel: Hearing aids. Moderate hearing loss: is there an indication? Controversies on hearing aids indications.
Moderator:
Edilene Boechat
Participants:Cileide Olbrich, Fernando Caggiano Jr., Letícia Araújo, Sandra Braga and Talita Donini

 

 

 

7th IAPO International Symposium on Pediatric ENT

Friday 11/18/2011 morning and afternoon.

Câmara de Comércio Americana (American Chambers of Commerce): Rua da Paz, 1431. Chácara Santo Antônio – São Paulo – SP

 

PRE SYMPOSIUM COURSES.  Limitedregistrations.Friday, November 18, 2011 morning and afternoon. Will occur SIMULTANEOUSLY with the 1st IAPO International Symposium on Pediatric Hearing Disorders. 

 

CURSO 1.
9 – 10 AM
New Guideline: Current  Indications on Tonsillectomies and Adenoidectomies in pediatric patients.David Darrow.

CURSO 2.
10 – 11 AM
Innovative Therapies in Surgical Treatment of the Pediatric Airway: 10 important rules.
Robin Cotton

 

CURSO 3.
11 – 13 
The importance of biofilms in sinusitis, otitis media and tonsillitis.
Adrian Brink, Christopher Post, Jim Bartley and Ruth Thornton.

 

1 – 2 PM.Lunch(NOT a lunch-box), included in the registration fee. Will be served in the convention area.

 

CURSO 4.
2 – 4 PM
a)  Acute rhinosinusitis: updated management. Scott Manning;
b) 
Chronic rhinosinusitis: clinical management.Fuad Baroody;
c)  
Chronic rhinosinusitis: surgical management.Hassan Ramadan.

 

CURSO 5.
4 – 5 PM 
New Otitis Media Guideline: updated management. Richard Rosenfeld.

CURSO 6.
5 –6 PM 
The Lymphoid Tissue of Waldeyer´s Ring: Update.Linda Brodsky.


 

 

OFFICIAL OPENING:  7TH IAPO INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PEDIATRIC ENT 

9 AM (sharp!) with the following Presidents: Symposium,  IAPO, IFOS, Vice Pres. SBP, Vice Pres. SPSP, ABORL-CCF, (representative of the President)SBF, ABA, ASPO, ESPO

Tania Sih, James Reilly, Paulo Pontes, Fábio Ancona Lopes, Eraldo Fiore,
José Eduardo L. Dolci, Glaucia Madazio, Kátia de Almeida, Richard Rosenfeld and Javier Cervera

  

Saturday, 11/19/11 morning.
Session
MOUTH / HEAD & NECK


9:15 – 9:35 AM 

1.         Tonsils and adenoids: most important highligts. David Darrow and Liliana Palma


9:35 –9:55 AM

2.         Most common children´s laryngeal disorders. Michael J. Rutter


9:55 – 10:15 AM

3.         Go green! How physicians can interfere positively on environmental impact in hospitals and clinics settings. Is there a need for EVERYTHING to be disposable? Mike Rutter


10:15 –10:30 AM

4.         Obstructive sleep apnea.  Moacir Tabasnik  and Lauro Lobo Alcântara


10:30 – 10:50 AM

5.         Biofilms role in chronical mucosal disease: also in tonsils infections? What is going on with children who nowadays have more and more hyperthrophied tonsils, responsible for 75% of tonsillectomies indications? Ruth Thornton and Oscar Terraza


10:50 – 11:10 AM

6.         Pediatric neck masses.     Paul Krakovitz


11:10 – 11:25 AM

7.         UNICAMP (local University of Campinas) protocols experiency in pediatric neck masses. Agricio Crespo 

 

11:25 – 11:55 AM   Coffee break


11:55 – 12:15

8.         Juvenile recurrent laryngeal papillomatosis. Abhilash Balakrishnan 


12:15 – 12:35

9.         Down Syndrome and ENT disorders. Sally R. Shott


12:35 – 12:55

10.       Eosinophilic Esophagitis.Dana Thompson


12:55 – 13

11.       Pediatric Voice Disorders. Alessandro de Alarcon 


1:15 – 1:35 PM

12.       Pediatric voice disorders: case presentations.  Panel (speech therapist, ENTs)
Paulo Pontes, Glaucya MadazioandAlessandro Alarcon


1:35 – 1:50 PM

13.       Microdebrider, radiofrequency and coblationuse in pediatric ENT.  Paul Krakovitz 

 

1:50 – 2:50 PM Lunch (NOT a lunch-box), included in the registration fee. Will be served in the convention area.


2:50 – 3:10 PM

14.       Vitamin D oral supplementation does change the recurrencies of upper respiratory infections?
The rol of Vit D in immunemodulation. James Bartley


3:10 – 3:30 PM

15.       Breathingmatters.James Bartley


3:30 – 3:45 PM

16.       Congenital anomalies of the piriform sinus. Federico Murillo 


3:45 – 4 PM

17.       Swallowing disorders in pediatric patients.  Myrian Adriana Pérez


4 – 4:15 PM

18.       EXIT (exuterumintrapartum procedure).Fetal surgery in ENT area.
Hugo Rodriguez


4:15 – 4:30 PM

19.       Kattherine, 4 years, in the last 3 years developed several bouts of recurrent fever with aphtae and pharyngitis. PFAPA (Periodic Fever, Adenitis, Pharyngitis, Aphtous stomatitis) was diagnosed by the pediatrician and initially presented a good answer to the clinic management, but the episodes came back. The ENT suggested tonsillectomy. Is this the most adequate management?  Tonsillectomy in PFAPA syndrome.Marcelo Silber


4:30 – 4:45 PM

20.       Painful aphtae. Luc Weckx


4:45 – 5 PM

21.       S. pyogenesantibioticresistance (the most important bacteria in pharyngotonsillitis): brazilian reality.    Rosângela de Almeida Torres

 

5 – 5:30 PM Coffee break

 

 

 

Session: EAR


5:30 – 5:50 PM

1.         Paul, 12 months old, cries a lot, and is constantly pulling his ear.  Has high temperature (38.5ºC). Otoscopy shows opacity and a bulging tympanic membrane. Acute otitis media: current management. Richard Rosenfeld and Luiz Bellízia

5:50 – 6:10 PM

2.         Sarah, 28 months. Irritable, distracted, altered mood.  According to Vera,  her mother, "the girl is being annoying" and  "everything started after she had an ear infection that was treated accordingly", says her mother.  Otitis media with effusion. Richard Rosenfeld


6:10 – 6:30 PM

3.         Tympanoplasties in pediatric patients? Which age?  How long after the last atorrhea episode? Which technique should be used? Blake Papsin


6:30 – 6:50 PM

4.         Arthur, 18 months old, with recurrent otitis media (ROM) history. New challenges in management and prevention of  ROM. Ann Hermansson and Cecília Jové


6:50 – 7:10 PM

5.         Man´s Evolution and Otitis Media Aquisition. Charles Bluestone


7:10 – 7:25 PM

6.         Otoplasty – iPhone use. Peggy Kelley


7:25 – 7:40 PM

7.         Useful  and indispensable tools and equipments to have in an ENT office. 

            Jair de Carvalho e Castro

 

 

 

Sunday, November 20th

morning. Session:  EAR


7:30 – 7:50 AM

8.         Otitis media: Burden of disease in industrialized and non-industrialized settings and intervention strategies.Australian experience. Peter Morris


7:50 – 8:05 AM

9.         Symptom scores for AOM in infants: their validity in prediction and follow-up by parents.Andrés Sibbald 


8:05 – 8:20 AM

10.       Miringosclerosis revisited: Free Radicals.Jorge Spratley


8:20 – 8:35 AM

11.       Quinolone ear drops in children being pneumococalnasopharynx carriers. Adrian Brink


8:35 – 8:50 AM

12.       Is there a relationship between retraction pockets and cholesteatoma?Alberto Chinski 


8:50 – 9:05 AM

13.       Syndromes with repercussions in ENT area.Fernando Silva


9:05– 9:20 AM

14.       Saudi Arabian experience with over 300 tympanostomy tubes surgeries for otitis media with effusion or recurrent
otitis media
.Mohammad Attallah


9:20 – 9:35 AM

15.       AncientEgypt. How they managed ENT diseases.Hesham Negm


9:35 – 9:50 AM

16.       Screening and brief intervention for adolescent substance use (alcohol, "pot", cocaine, inhalants, etc)  that could lead to chemical adiction.
Patricia Schram


9:50 – 10:05 AM

17.       Bioclimatology. Marcelo Hueb


10:05 – 10:20 AM

18.       Balance disorders in children. Margaretha Casselbrant

 

10:20 – 10:50hs. Coffee break


10:50 – 11:05 AM

19.       Biofilms and otitis media with effusion (OME), recurrent otitis media (ROM) and chronic otitis media (COM). Christopher Post


11:05 – 11:20 AM

20.       Ear pain and airplane trip. What should be done?  Elizabeth Araujo

           

            11:20 – 11:35 PM

21.       Otorrheaand tympanostomy tubes. Maria Beatriz Rotta Pereira

 

            11:35 – 11:50 AM

22.       Externalotitis. Moacyr Saffer

 

            11:50 – 12:05 

23.       Congenital cholesteatoma. Luis Carlos de Souza

Session:  NOSE AND SINUS


12:05 – 12:20

1.         Nasal obstruction in infants. Paul Krakovitz

 

            12:20 – 12:35

2.         Acute nasal trauma in children.Wolfang Pirsig

 

            12:35 – 12:50

3.         White blowout or trapdoor fractures in the orbit. Difficult to find – important to treat.

            Ann Hermansson


12:50 – 1:05

4.         When to ask and when do not ask for plain X-ray, CT scan, MRI, US in ENT pathologies? Rainer Haetinger


1:05 – 1:20 PM

5.         Updating  pediatricsinusitis treatment. Erica Thaler and Alessandro Danesi


1:20 – 1:35 PM

6.         Electronic nose.Erica Thaler


1:35 –1:50 PM

7.         Current strategies to increase host defenses in rhinosinusitis treatment.   Pontus Stierna


1:50 – 2:05 PM

8.         Amoxicilin 50 or 90 mg/kg/day? José Nélio Cavinatto


2:05 – 3:05 PM Lunch (NOT a lunch-box), included in the registration fee. Will be served in the convention area.


3:05 – 3:20 PM

9.         Turbinectomy to reduce turbinate size.  Is there a place in pediatric patients with hypertrophic turbinates? Wolfang Pirsig

3:20 – 3:35 PM

10.       Roland, 3 years old.  According to his mother, "he puts his finger in his nose all the time: his nose is always blocked".  He sneezes frequently, and his nose is more wet than dry.  The physicians decided to give him nasal steroids. His mother saw on the Internet that steroids are "dangerous drugs": the child could swell up and not grow". Myths, dilemmas, and truth about the use of steroids in pediatric patients. Scott Manning


3:35 – 3:50 PM

11.       Rinoplastyin pediatric patients: 2 case presentations. From minor to major approach.
Teolinda Morales


3:50 – 4:05 PM

12.       Adenoidectomy and need for revision surgery.James Reilly


4:05 – 4:20 PM 

13.       Olfaction testing in Children.James Reilly


4:20 – 4:35 PM

14.       Management of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) colonization in children undergoing open airways surgery.Melissa Statham


4:35 –4:50 PM

15.       Latinamerican guidelines on pediatricrhinosinusitis.  Javier Dibildox


4:50 – 5:05 PM

16.       Septoplasties in children: is there a growth interpherence?  JoséEduardo L. Dolci


5:05 – 5:20 PM 

17.       Virus or bacteria in upper respiratory infections? Otávio Piltcher

 

5:20 – 5:55 PM Coffee break


5:55 – 6:10 PM

18.       Piercing and tatoo: implications and complications. Silvana Pimentel


6:10 – 6:25 PM

19.       Irrigation or Nasal Saline douche. How and when should be prescribed?Ricardo Godinho


6:25 – 6:40 PM

20.       Chronic cough in pediatric patients: Diagnosis and management.Frida Sanabria


6:40 – 6:55 PM

21.       Nasofibroscopy in children. How to do in order to have a more cooperative patient?
Renata Di Francesco


6:55 – 6:10 PM

22.       Choanalatresia: endoscopic approach.   Fabrízio R. Romano

 

7:10 – 7:15 PM Closure.    Tania Sih

 

 

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