PROGRAM

PROGRAM

April 30th Pre-Congress Courses:

  • This day will be dedicated to three Pre-Congress courses which will take place outside the CCIB congress venue.
  • The Pre-Congress courses are additional to the congress Registration Process and Fee.
  • Please see each course conditions and apply at secretary@hysteroscopy2019.com. Space is limited.

Disclosure note:  

  • The organizing committee and the congress organizer maintain the right to change the above mentioned congress schedules, program, lectures, speakers and/or specific services.
  • All and any of the changes will be announced on the congress website, app and via e-mail if applicable.

AVAILABLE  PRE-CONGRESS COURSES ‘AT A GLANCE’

Only available for Registered participants to the congress
Click on GCH2019_Pre-Congress_Courses_Registration_Form_EDITABLE to download the Registration Form and send it to secretary@hysteroscopy2019.com.
Space is Limited. First come – First served Basis

 

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE – ORGANISED BY VALL D’HEBRON HOSPITAL

Place:  Parc Sanitari Pere Virgili (Hospital Universitari de la Vall d’Hebron)

Time:  07:00-20:00 apx

Price per person: 200 €.

Limited to 25 participants. Including theoretical and follow-up of surgeries by direct transmission from
8h to 20h. The price includes a coffee-break and lunch.

for detailed information please click here: GCH2019 Pre-Congress Course – Vall d’Hebrón

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE – ORGANISED BY HOSPITAL DEL MAR – PARC DE SALUT MAR

Place: Hospital del Mar – Parc de Salut Mar

Time:  09:00-18:00 apx

Prices per person (two options): 

  • Practical course: 400 €. Limited to participants in the surgery room (strictly for Gynecology-Obstetrics specialists WITH knowledge on hysteroscopy). THIS COURSE IS ALREADY FULLY BOOKED
  • Without practices: 200 €. Limited to 20 participants. Follow-up of surgeries by direct transmission.
    *The price includes a work meal, coffee break, attendance certificate.

for detailed information please click here: 

GCH2019 – Pre-congress course – Hospital del Mar – side A 

GCH2019 – Pre-congress course – Hospital del Mar – side B

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE – ORGANISED BY ESGE

Place:  AC Hotel Barcelona Forum, Passeig del Taulat 278 – 08019 Barcelona

Time (two options): AM 08:30-12:00  OR  PM 13:30-18:30

Price per person:  240 € Limited to 20 places AM and 20 places PM

for detailed information please click here: GCH2019 – Pre-Congress Course ESGE – HYSTT_WS_ACADEMY

08:00-08:30 Registration, exhibition and poster viewing

Plenary

08:30-10:00 PRESIDENT’S WELCOME AND OPENING CEREMONY

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break at Exhibition Hall

 

Plenary: ADVANCED TRACK

10:30-12:45 STATE OF THE ART

  • Office hysteroscopy: state of ART – S. Haimovich
  • Which are the limits of hysteroscopy? – L. Mencaglia
  • FIGO Classification system: The cornerstone of preoperative evaluation – M. Munro
  • New Hysteroscopic technology, what’s the future? – A. Di Spiezio Sardo
  • Complications in Hysteroscopy – T. Carugno

12:45-13:45 Lunch at Exhibition HALL

13:45-15:15 MYOMAS

  • Physiology and Importance of the myoma’s Pseudocapsule – A. Tinelli
  • Hysteroscopy Myomectomy: respecting the pseudocapsule – R. Lasmar
  • Devices and techniques of myomectomy – A. Thurkow
  • Hysteroscopic Findings and Treatment of Intracavitary Fibroids Following Uterine Fibroid Embolization – L. Bradley

15:15-15:45 Break / Exhibition hall

15:45-17:15 UTERINE MALFORMATIONS

  • What’s new about the uterine malformation classifications? – G. Grimbizis
  • Reproductive results of the uterine malformations – C. De Angelis
  • Role of the 3D in the evaluation of the uterine anomalies – A. Loddo
  • Surgical correction of uterine malformation – O. Shawki

17:15-17:45 Break / Exhibition Hall

17:45-18:45 Oral Communications: Polyps/Onco and Networking

 

Room 1: BEGINNERS AND INTERMEDIATE TRACK

10:30-12:45 HYSTEROSCOPY BASICS

  • My Hysteroscopic unit – J. Hamou
  • Vaginoscopic approach – S. Bettocchi
  • Management of pain during office hysteroscopy – B. Van Herendael
  • My Hysteroscope is my sthetoscope – L. Bradley

12:45-13:45 Lunch at Exhibition HALL

13:45-15:15 VISUAL ATLAS

  • Normal Hysteroscopy – A. Lagana
  • Benign Pathology: polyps, myomas, endometritis – Alka Kumar
  • Structural Pathology: myomas, Adhesions, malformtions – Nash Moawad
  • Malignant and premalignant pathology – Hsuan Su
  • Game: Do you have a full hysteroscopist vision? – L. Alonso Pacheco

15:15-15:45 Break / Exhibitions hall

15:45-17:45 HOW TO DEAL WITH… 

  • How to deal with Polyps – J. Clark
  • How to deal with Myomas – R. Lasmar
  • How to deal with malformations – H. Duan
  • How to deal with Asherman – M. H. Emanuel

17:45-18:45 Oral Communications: Miscelaneous and Networking

 

Room 2: EXPERTS’ TRACK

10:30-12:45 FERTILITY EXPERTS

  • Uterine malformations and hysteroscopy. Can we improve the results? – L. Gianaroli
  • What about the recent published studies? – A. Vázquez
  • Role of hysteroscopy before IVF – S. Tandulwadkar
  • Refractory endometrium and Hysteroscopy – L. Alonso Pacheco
  • Chronic endometritis and pregnancy rates – E. Cicinelli

12:45-13:45 Lunch at Exhibition HALL

13:45-15:15 FERTILITY EXPERTS

  • Adenomyosis and ART: It is really important – A. Di Spiezio Sardo
  • Hysteroscopy and RPL – G. Stamenov
  • Arcuate Uterus: risk for Pregnancy Loss? – M. Gergolet
  • Role of myomas in Failed IVF – S. Haimovich

15:15-15:45 Break / Exhibition Hall

15:45-17:15 FERTILITY EXPERTS

  • Understanding the uterus – J. Ferro
  • The place of hysteroscopy prior IVF – J. Hamou
  • Hysteroscopic embryo implantation – M. Kamrava
  • Hysteroscopic assessment of tubal patency – J. Preston

17:15-17:45 Break / Exhibition Hall

17:45-18:45 Oral Communications: Myomas and Networking

08:00-08:30 Exhibition and poster viewing

Plenary: ADVANCED TRACK

08:30-10:00 ONCOLOGY

  • Endometrial cancer and premalignant lesions – J. Dotto
  • Endometrial hyperplasia and focal cancer: Preserving fertility surgery – L. Mencaglia
  • Hysteroscopic Approach to Tubal Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer – A. Garcia
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Endocervical Lesions by cervicoscopy – L. Montevecchi

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break at Exhibition Hall

10:30-12:15 CSD / ADENOMYOSIS

  • The cesarean scar defect syndrome – M. Franchini
  • Hysteroscopic management of the CSD – P. Casadio
  • Adenomyosis: an update – M. Bigozzi
  • Cystic adenomyosis – R. Manchanda

12:15-13:45 Lunch at Exhibition HALL

12:30-13:30 MEDTRONIC SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM

Intrauterine Tissue Removal: Today and Tomorrow

Room : The Plenary Room

12:30-12:35    Introduction by Chairman: 

Introduce speakers and the objective of this satellite symposium  (Professor Justin Clark)

12:35-12:52    What does the Future look like for Hysteroscopic Procedures? (Professor Sergio Haimovich)

12:52-13:09    Hysteroscopy in the Ambulatory Setting (Professor Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo)

13:09-13:26    The Value of Performing mHTR in Patients going into a Fertility Programme (Miss Lynne Robinson)

13:26-13:30    Questions and Answers. All Faculty     

13:45-15:15 ADHESIONS/INFECTIONS

  • Chronic endometritis – E. Cicinelli
  • TBC and Hysteroscopy – S. Deshmuk
  • Intrauterine adhesions: etiopathogenesis and diagnosis – K. Isaacson
  • Intrauterine adhesions: surgical treatment and how to prevent reformation – J. Okohue

15:15-15:45 Break / Exhibitions hall

15:45-17:30 PREGNANCY RELATED HYSTEROSCOPY

  • Performing hysteroscopy during pregnancy – J. Alanis
  • Hysteroembryoscopy Today – J. Ferro
  • Ectopic pregnancy and hysteroscopy – M. Farrugia
  • Retained products of conception – A. Cholkeri

17:30-18:45 Oral Communications: Isthmocele/Pregnancy related/Asherman and Networking

 

Room 1: BEGINNERS AND INTERMEDIATE TRACK HANDS-ON AREA

08:30-10:00 KEY POINT & HANDS-ON PRESENTATIONS 

Name                       Topic                                                          

Tanvir Singh              Basic ste up for office hysteroscopy     

Jude Okohue              Vaginoscopy and entering the cervix      

Marcelo Hermida      How to over come a resistent cervix   

Peter Torok                Dealing with problems during hysteroscopy   

MEDTRONIC               Franck Forget : What to expect when managing fluid?                                                           

Mounir Mostafa         Mechanical Instruments, types, use and care

Chen Fang                    How to deal with mild adhesions 

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break at Exhibition Hall

10:30-12:15 KEY POINT & HANDS-ON PRESENTATIONS

Name                         Topic

Dimitar Cvetkoff        “My Hysteroscope is my Stethoscope”  

Gilad Rattan                Tricks for Polyps                                        

MEDTRONIC               Heather Tuccolo : Maximize visualization, minimize disruption during procedure                                     

Yehia Shawki               How to deal with retained IUD     

Bernardo Lasmar        Tricks for small myomas              

Mykhailo Medvediev  Miniresectoscope       

Maite Lopez Yarto       Laser: advantages in office hysteroscopy use

Simone Garzon            Uterus and Reproduction: Morphology

Marta Simon                Uterus and reproduction: Endometrium

12:15-13:45 Lunch at Exhibition HALL

13:45-15:15 KEY POINT & HANDS-ON PRESENTATIONS

Name                         Topic                                                          

Tanvir Singh              Basic ste up for office hysteroscopy     

Jude Okohue              Vaginoscopy and entering the cervix      

Marcelo Hermida      How to over come a resistent cervix   

Peter Torok                 Dealing with problems during hysteroscopy   

MEDTRONIC              Franck Forget :  Instrumentation optimized for the pathology and tissue removal                                     

Mounir Mostafa         Mechanical Instruments, types, use and care

Chen Fang                    How to deal with mild adhesions

15:15-15:45 Break / Exhibitions hall

15:45-17:30 KEY POINT & HANDS-ON PRESENTATIONS

Name                            Topic

Dimitar Cvetkoff        “My Hysteroscope is my Stethoscope”  

Gilad Rattan                Tricks for Polyps                                        

MEDTRONIC               Aurelien Raux :  Managing the risks of sedation                                                          

Yehia Shawki               How to deal with retained IUD     

Bernardo Lasmar        Tricks for small myomas              

Mykhailo Medvediev  Miniresectoscope       

Maite Lopez Yarto       Laser: advantages in office hysteroscopy use

Simone Garzon            Uterus and Reproduction: Morphology

Marta Simon                 Uterus and reproduction: Endometrium

17:30-18:45 Oral Communications: Malformations and Retrieval and Networking

 

Room 2: EXPERTS’ TRACK

08:30-10:00 DISCUSSION

  • Do we must remove any polyp? – E. Saridogan
  • Hysteroscopy and postmenopausal bleeding – L. Clevin
  • Must we promote the use of hysteroscopy before missed pregnancy? – V. Tanos
  • Retained Products of conception, do you still perform D&C? – H. Fernandez

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break at Exhibition Hall

10:30-12:15 DISCUSSION

  • Have the Tissue Removal Systems changed the hysteroscopy? – M. H. Emanuel
  • What’s the role of type 3 myomas in infertility – M. Medvediev
  • Training in hysteroscopy: are we moving in the right direction? – M. Connor
  • Let’s talk about pain during outpatient hysteroscopy – I. A. Rachman
  • Is classical resectoscopy obsolete? – B. van Herendael
  • Definitions in hysteroscopy – M. Franchini

12:15-13:45 Lunch at Exhibition HALL

13:45-15:15 VIDEO TUTORIAL – SURGICAL TECHNIQUES

  • How to treat a septate uterus – S. Bettocchi
  • How to treat an isthmocele – G. Gubbini
  • Myomectomy respecting pseudocapsule – I. Mazzon / A. Favilli
  • Retained Products of Conception – Hervé Fernández
  • Cervical pregnancy – F. Mangino

15:15-15:45 Break / Exhibitions hall

15:45-17:30 VIDEO TUTORIAL – SURGICAL TECHNIQUES

  • Asherman syndrome – M. H. Emanuel
  • Dismorphic uterus – L. Alonso Pacheco
  • Unicornuate uterus – S. Talduwadkar
  • Septum with double cervix – O. Shawki

17:30-18:30 KARL STORZ SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM                                                                                                        

What’s New in Operative Hysteroscopy                                                 

Chairmen:

Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo

Prof. Stefano Bettocchi

17:30 The new 19 Fr. Intrauterine BIGATTI Shaver (IBS): What is important?

            Dr. Shahrzad Ansari (Iran)

18:00 The added value of miniresectoscopes to hysteroscopic surgery

            Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo (Italy)

15:30-18:30 2019ICH —Chinese session

Keynote speech (15min)            Chairpersons: Duan Hua  Ying Xiaoyan   Speaker Hospital
1 Discussion for proventing complication of hysteroscopic surgery from a case who had cardiac arrest by hysteroscope Ying Xiaoyan Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University
2 Hysteroscopic removal surgery of type II submucosal myomas Bai Wenpei      Beijing Shijitan Hospital Affiliated to Capital Medical University
3 The Office Hysteroscopy in Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Zhang Wei Zhongnan Hopital Affiliated to Wuhan University
4 Asherman syndrome – a case report Shi Yulin Shenyang Women’s and Children’s Hospital
5 Case report of HEOS cold knife treatment for intrauterine adhesion Zhu Qianyong   Henan Provincial People’s Hospital
6 Application of hysteroscopy combined with ultrasonography in uterine deformity Guo Yinshu Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital Affiliated to Capital Medical University
7 Hysteroscopic orthomorphia of uterus septum Wang Qing           Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University
8 Hysteroscopic excision of symptomatic myometrial adenomyosis adenomyosis Zhang Jian       International Peace Maternity and Child Health Hospital Affiliated to Clinical College of Shanghai JiaotongUniversity
9 A Study on the Prediposing Risk Factors of Cesarean Scar Defect Lv Wen      Zhejiang Provincial Tongde Hospital

Video show/ Oral presentation (6min)           Chairpersons:Zhang Wei  Zhang Jian     Speaker Hospital
12 Application of hysteroscopy in diagnosis and treatment of uterine malformation Wang Hailin Gansu Provice Hospital
13 Effects of postoperative intrauterine balloon dilatation combined with early reexamination by hysteroscopy on adhesion reformation in patients with intrauterine adhesion: a retrospective cohort study Niu Jumin   Shenyang Women’s and Children’s Hospital
14 Hesteroscopic resection for type II submucosal uterine fibroma with diameter of five centimeter by cold knife Xie Xiaoying    Ganzhou People’s Hospital
15 Attention on reproduction:intrauterine adhesions Wang Liqun         Jiangxi Maternity and Child Health Hospital
16 Using non-energy instrument to resect type II sbumucosal myoma in hysteroscopic surgery Wang Qiming       Ningbo women’s and children’s Hospital
17 Hysteroscopic treatment of the partial septate uterus with cold knife Ma Demei The Second Hospital of Shandong University
18 Surgical techniques for submucous hysteromyoma Zhang Guangmin  Chifeng Second Hospital
19 Hysteroscopic excision of cervical pregnancy lesions Zhang Chunhua  Huaian  Maternity and Child Health Hospital
20 Management on intrauterine adhesions with rare hysteroscopic images Fu Fengxian    Aerospace Center Hospital Affiliated to Beijing University Clinical Medical College of Astronautics
21 Clinical Analysis of Intrauterine Benign Occupying Lesions Treated by Myosure Intrauterine Tissue Resection System Sun Dongyan    Hubei Maternity and Child Health Hospital
22 Clinical Observation of Hysteroscopic E lectric Resection for intractable intrauterine Pregnancy Remnants Zhang Xiaoling Jiangxi Maternal Child Health Hospital
23 Surgical techniques and endometrial preservation of three types of submucosal myoma Ma Yingchun Qianfoshan Hospital of Shandong Province
24 Hysteroscopic features on severe endometrial dysplasia and endometrial carcinoma before and after treatment Huo Zhifeng  Nanhai Hospital of Nanfang Medical University
25 Hysteroscopic resection to treat large retained palcenta percreta:A case report Duan Jie Zhongnan Hopital Affiliated to Wuhan University
26  Analysis of reproductive outcome following resectoscope metroplasty in women having a complete uterine septum with double cervix and longitudinal vaginal septum Lin Ru  Gansu Maternity and Child Health Hospital
27 Hysteroscopy and uterine malformation HaoYuan    Xibei Women’s and Children’s Hospital
28 A case of hysteroscopic adhesiolysis Lin Feng First Affiliated Hospital  of Wenzhou Medical University
29 A Myomectomy Using to Protect Endometrium in TCRM Dong Di rong Zhongnan Hopital Affiliated to Wuhan University
30 A Study On the Predisposing Risk Factors of Cesarean Scar Defect Liu Songjun Zhejiang Provincial Tongde Hospital

08:00-08:30 Exhibition and poster viewing

Plenary:

09:00-12:20

  • You Want to Do What in the Office? Selecting Procedures – A. Di Spiezio Sardo
  • Artificial Intelligence in Hysteroscopy – P. Török
  • hysteroscopy : an easy way of treating difficult patology – J. Okohue
  • Hysteroscopist: a new speciallity? – S. Haimovich
  • Hysteroscopy and reproductie tecnologies – J. Fikri
  • Laser in Hysteroscopy –  L. Yarto
  • Using the right tools – T. Carugno
  • Improving Pregnancy Outcomes with Hysteroscopy – A. Ubeda
  • Building up personality of a surgeon: the blueprint decoding professional and social success – O. Shawki

Room 1: Video Communications and Hands-on Area

09:00-12:20

  • The Hands On area will be open and available. There will be Video Communications taking place simultaneously.

Room 2: Ibero-American Session (Spanish)

08:30-12:20

  • Definiciones en Histeroscopia – M. Bigozzi
  • Equipamiento de la consulta histeroscopica – M. Hermida
  • Manejo del dolor en la histeroscopia en consulta – M. Rios
  • Histeroscopia en el diagnostico de la Esterilidad – L. Cavalcanti
  • Mioma e Histeroscopia: visión global – C. Vidal
  • Histeroscopia en situaciones especiales – embarazo, adolescentes, virgo – J. Alanis
  • Eficacia y costo eficacia de las diferentes opciones de polipectomia – J. Rovira
  • Comparativa de los diferentes dispositivos en cuanto verstalidad y eficacia: Morcelador, Reseccion, Laser – C. Buitrago
  • El endometrio, ese gran desconocido – J. Ferro
  • El septo uterino – Técnicas histeroscópicas y sus diferencias – S. Bettocchi

Plenary: Closing ceremony and Take Home Messages

12:20-12-40

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