Posters presented at the 2015 ALS Annual Scientific Meeting


P01 INTRAOPERATIVE ANTEGRADE STENTING FOR LAPAROSCOPIC PYELOPLASTY; TIPS, TRICKS AND PITFALLS
A Downey, A Thwaini
Belfast City Hospital, UK

P02 CAN SINGLE INCISION –SINGLE PORT LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY REPLACE THE CONVENTIONAL 3 PORTS LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY?
H Ebied, M Helmy, E Ebied
Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

P03 IMPLEMENTATION OF A DEDICATED EMERGENCY SURGERY UNIT: IMPACT ON EARLY LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY FOR ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS
U Walsh, S Bokhari, K Qurashi, L Liasis, J Watfah, M Sen, S Gould
Northwick Park Hospital, London North West Healthcare Trust, London, UK

P04 DAY CASE LAPAROSCOPIC HELLER'S MYOTOMY
D Light, J Brown, L Horgan, S Attwood
Northumbria NHS Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

P05 LAPAROSCOPIC COMMON BILE DUCT EXPLORATION IN A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL
Y Aawsaj, D Light, L Horgan
Northumbria NHS Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

P06 AN EVALUATION OF CLOSURE TECHNIQUES ON THE COMMON BILE DUCT DURING LAPAROSCOPIC COMMON BILE DUCT EXPLORATION
D Light, Y Aawsaj, L Horgan
Northumbria NHS Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

P07 CASE REPORT: PERIOPERATIVE VISUAL LOSS AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC EXTRALEVATOR ABDOMINO-PERINEAL EXCISION FOR RECTAL CANCER
M Ramachandra, J Ahmed, J Conti
Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK

P08 OPEN VS LAPAROSCOPIC EXTENDED LYMPHADENECTOMY (D3/CME) FOR COLONIC CANCER. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
C Athanasiou1, G Markides1, A Kotb1, X Xia1, S Gonsalves1, D Miskovic1,2
1John Goligher Colorectal Unit, St James University Hospital, UK, 2The Leeds Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences, University of Leeds, UK

P09 LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF MECKEL’S DIVERTICULUM: A 6 YEARS REVIEW
G Peralta, Z Del Real-Romo, C Jaurrieta, J Velazco, A Leyva
Technologico de Monterrey, Mexico

P10 SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF SINGLE INCISION LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY (SILC) VS. CONVENTIONAL LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY (CLC)
M Hardan, H Wegstapel, S Plummer
CCCU, Medway, Kent, UK

P11 DOES LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION RECTOPEXY HAS LOWER RECURRENCE RATE THAN OPEN AND ROBOT-ASSISTED RECTOPEXY?
M Hardan, S Plummer, H Wegstapel
CCCU, Medway, Kent, UK

P12 SINGLE INCISION LAPAROSCOPIC COLORECTAL SURGERY: INITIAL EXPERIENCE IN SAUDI ARABIA
S Aldeghaither, A Zubaidi
King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

P13 LAPAROSCOPIC PORT SITE HERNIATION- WHAT CHANGES TO OUR PRACTICE COULD CLOSE THE GAP ON NEGATIVE PATIENT OUTCOME?
G Alexander, T Fasih
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, UK

P14 LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF SPIGELIAN HERNIAS
T Barnes, E Dickson, D McWhinnie
Milton Keynes University Hospital, Buckinghamshire, UK

P15 SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY SYNDROME LEADING TO COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING LAPAROSCOPIC HELLER’S PROCEDURE: A CASE REPORT
S Midya, K Akbari, M Booth
Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, UK

P16 THE EFFECT OF A PERFORMANCE BASED SELF-ADMINISTERED INTRAPROCEDURAL CHECKLIST ON THE LAPAROSCOPIC LEARNING CURVE OF NOVICE SURGEONS
M El Boghdady, B Tang, I Tait, A Alijani
Cushieri Skills Centre, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, UK

P17 LAPAROSCOPIC COLORECTAL CANCER RESECTIONS – DO THEY PROVIDE BETTER PATHOLOGIC SPECIMENS?
J Chang, H Htet, JG Williams
Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, UK

P18 IMPLEMENTING A LAPAROSCOPIC ADRENALECTOMY SERVICE IN A HIGH VOLUME U.K. CENTRE: AUDIT OF SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION
Sutcliffe, N Tapuria, P Prasad, R Marudanayagam, W Arlt
University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, UK

P19 ROBOTIC HEPATOBILIARY AND PANCREATIC SURGERY: INITIAL EXPERIENCE FROM A UK CENTRE
P Prasad, R Marudanayagam, R Sutcliffe
University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, UK

P20 ULTRASOUND ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF GALLBLADDER POLYPS AT WIRRAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL TRUST (WUTH)
IR Davies, E Griffiths, G Simpson, A Masters
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, Merseyside, UK

P21 PREDICTING THE PERSISTENCE OF BILE DUCT STONES AT LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY FOR GALLSTONE PANCREATITIS
S Morgan, U Khalid, R Morgan
Glan Clwyd Hospital, North Wales, UK

P22 IMPROVING RATES OF DAYCASE LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY: COMMUNICATION IS KEY
M Venn, B Butler, F Hughes
Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK

P23 RE-AUDIT OF ‘TRUE DAY CASE’ LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY IN A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL
A Solodkyy, E Stewart, F DiFranco, S Gergely, A Harris
Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon, UK

P24 LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION OF GIANT SPLENIC CYSTS: PERI AND POSTOPERATIVE EXPERIENCE OF MANAGING A RARE CONDITION WITHIN A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL
E Pring, R Weaver, B Bussmann, A Rohatgi
Whipps Cross University Hospital, London, UK

P25 OUTCOMES FOR LAPAROSCOPIC COLORECTAL RESECTION IN OBESE PATIENTS
K Nie, P Prigkouris, S Kurrimboccus
North Manchester General Hospital, UK

P26 OUTCOME OF LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY IN CLASS II AND CLASS III OBESITY AND SUPER OBESITY
A Eisawi, D Holroyd, A Altemimi, M Siddiqui
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, UK

P27 LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BOWEL OBSTRUCTION
I Tzvetkov1, K Ravi1, H Warren2
1Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, UK, 2Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn, Norfolk, UK

P28 XANTHOGRANULOMATOUS CHOLECYSTITIS (XGC): A RARE PATHOLOGY OF DIFFICULT LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY (LC)
C Milkhu, F Jarral, D Raw, A Maliyakkal, M Shiwani
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, South Yorkshire, UK

P29 GIANT HIATUS HERNIA REPAIR IN THE ELDERLY: LAPAROSCOPIC VERSUS OPEN REPAIR - A COMPARATIVE CASE SERIES
E Pring, B Bussmann, R Weaver, A Rohatgi
Whipps Cross University Hospital, London, UK

P30 MANAGEMENT OF UNCOMPLICATED SYMPTOMATIC GALLSTONE DISEASE; THE SURGEONS’ VIEW
P Mekhail, I Ahmed
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Hospital, Scotland, UK

P31 THE ROLE OF LAPAROSCOPIC TECHNIQUE IN EMERGENCY COLECTOMY
M Matar, N Naguib, A Masoud, K Chau
Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil, UK

P32 SINGLE INCISION LAPAROSCOPIC (SILS) ILEOANAL POUCH SURGERY IS A FEASIBLE ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL APPROACHES
R French, H Roberts, P Ainley, T Gill
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust, Stockton-upon-Tees, UK

P33 TIMELINESS OF LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
S Jeyapala, T Barnes, K Toe
Milton Keynes University Hospital, Buckinghamshire, UK

P34 SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT FOR MESENTERIC CYSTS
E Dickson, T Barnes, D McWhinnie
Milton Keynes University Hospital, UK

P35 SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF GISTS: 10 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE IN A TERTIARY CENTRE
A Seager, N Krishnamohan, J Ward, P Turner, K Pursnani, C Ball, R Date, V Shetty
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Preston, UK

P36 LAPAROSCOPIC PARTIAL CYSTECTOMY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC NON ARASITIS SPLENIC CYSTS: A TREATMENT OPTION IN SPLEEN PRESERVING SURGERY
A Tennakoon, T Jodlowski
Pilgrim Hospital, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Boston, UK

P37 A SIMPLIFIED TECHNIQUE FOR LAPAROSCOPIC INSERTION FEEDING JEJUNOSTOMY TUBE -THE BRIGHTON TECHNIQUE
K Hamdan1,2 , A Harper1,2 , S Klimach1,2, Kr Singh1,2
1Brighton University, UK, 2Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, UK

P38 THE IMPACT OF BODY MASS INDEX ON OUTCOMES AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
K Bowling, J Rait, P Reynolds, N Johnson, S Andrews
South Devon UGI Unit, Torbay, Devon, UK

P39 INSIDE OR OUT? A COMPARISON OF COMPLICATION RATES BETWEEN OPEN AND LAPAROSCOPIC INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR
K Bowling, P Reynolds, J Rait, G Srinivas, S Andrews
South Devon UGI Unit, Torbay, UK

P40 INFORMED CONSENT FOR LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY IN THE LIGHT OF MOST COMMON AND SEVERE COMPLICATIONS – INITIAL RESULTS OF PROSPECTIVE AUDIT
T Jodlowski, M Bhatti, M Rathore
Pilgrim Hospital, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Boston, UK

P41 LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF GIANT PARAOESOPHAGEAL HERNIA- EXPERIENCE FROM A SINGLE DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL
S Rajeev, C Sharma, M Rao, B Gopinath, RK Jain
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, Stockton on Tees, UK

P42 SIMULATED LAPAROSCOPIC SKILLS COURSE USING PORCINE TISSUE: AN EFFECTIVE TEACHING TOOL FOR INDEX PROCEDURES AT CORE SURGICAL TRAINING LEVEL
C El-Sayed, D Lin, P McCullough
University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, UK

P43 EVALUATION OF ADVERSE EFFECTS OBSERVED IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL (3D) AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL (2D) LAPAROSCOPIC SIMULATION TRAINING IN NOVICES: RANDOMISED PROSPECTIVE STUDY
R Almeida1, A Morawala1, N Merali1, B Patel2
1Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University, London, UK, 2Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK

P44 LAPAROSCOPIC LYMPH NODE BIOPSIES: A SAFE AND VALUABLE SAMPLING METHOD FOR INTRA-ABDOMINAL LYMPHADENOPATHY WITH A HIGH DIAGNOSTIC YIELD
L Giwa, C Arhi, D Mukherjee
Queen's Hospital, Romford, UK

P45 AN ASSESSMENT OF ADHERENCE TO ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAMME INCOLORECTAL SURGERY
E Gammeri, B Keeler, GI van Boxel, J Williams, A Goede
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust - High Wycombe Hospital, Buckinghamshire, UK

P46 OUTCOMES OF EMERGENCY LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY IN THE ELDERLY
S Bhattacharjee, T Katbeh, A Nassar
Monklands District General Hospital, Glasgow, UK

P47 DESIGN OF A PROFICIENCY-BASED SKILLS TRAINING CURRICULUM FOR OUR NEWLY VALIDATED 3- DIMENSIONAL (3D) LAPAROSCOPIC MODELS, USING MISTELS
N Merali1, A Morawala1, R Almmeida1, B Patel2
1Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University, London, UK, 2Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK

P48 ONE CENTRE STUDY OF PREOPERATIVE GALLBLADDER ASSOCIATEDADMISSIONS WITH CONVERSION TO OPEN CHOLECYSTECTOMIES
I Drami, A Shaw, A Hurley, T Hayes, P Hurley
Croydon University Hospital, London, UK

P49 GANGRENOUS CHOLECYSTITIS (GC): THE COMPLEMENTARY ROLE OF CREACTIVE PROTEIN (CRP) AND NEUTROPHIL TO LYMPHOCYTE RATIO (NLR) AS A SURROGATE MARKER OF SEVERITY
A Akingboye, Y Malam, M Thakkar, P Jambulingam
Luton and Dunstable University, UK

P50 IS A LAPAROSCOPIC APPROACH TO DIVERTICULAR COLOVESICAL FISTULA FEASIBLE?
YN Neo, L Bonomo, K Campbell
Ninewells Hospital and Dundee Medical School, UK

P51 DO COMPUTER GAMES IMPROVE LAPAROSCOPIC SIMULATION SKILLS?!
A Debray, S Sandhu, S Webb, S Mirza
Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust, West Midlands, UK