W21 PART A (Committee Activity) Neuromodulation and Neurostimulation in Children and Adolescents with Neurogenic and Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions (Open Session)

Committee Activity

Wednesday 7th October 2015
08:30 - 10:50
Learning Objectives

Level: Advanced
Length: 240 min
Broad Category: Pediatrics
Research Type: Clinical
Keywords: Neuromodulation, Pediatric, Bladder Dysfunction

W21 Part A

08:3008:35IntroductionGiovanni Mosiello / Mario Patricolo
08:3508:50When to consider neuromodulation in children and adolescents with neurogenic bladder/bowel dysfunctions and other complex pelvic floor dysfunctions?Kwang Myung Kim
08:5009:05How to select patients for neuromodulation? Urodynamics and other diagnostic testsJian Guo Wen
09:0509:25TENS in children and adolescentsKwang Myung Kim / Jian Guo Wen
09:2509:45PTNS in children and adolescentsEnrico Finazzi Agrò
09:4510:00Sacral neuromodulation in children and adolescentsGiovanni Mosiello
10:3010:40"Hands on" on neuromodulation: Tip and Tricks using Video and discussionAll

W21 Part B

13:0013:15Disabilities affecting Continence and Bowel FunctionMario Patricolo
13:1513:30Addressing Continence In Children With Learning DisabilitiesMario Patricolo
13:3013:50Neuropathic Bladder and Bowel in Young Adults With Learning DisabilitiesGiovanni Mosiello / Jian Guo Wen
13:5014:10Learning Disabilities and Incontinence: The Power of the MindJeffrey Lazarus
14:1014:20Case Scenario 1Mario Patricolo
14:2014:40Case Scenario 2Jeffrey Lazarus
14:4514:50Take Home MessagesGiovanni Mosiello

Target Audience:
Urologist, Pediatric Urologist, Surgeon, Pediatrician, Urotherapist, Nurse
Aims and Objectives:
This workshop would be useful for pediatric urologist, urologist, colorectal surgeon, pediatrician, specialised nurses and physiotherapists, continence advisors and all people involved in the treatment in pediatrics and adolescents care of severe and/or intractable LUTS, constipation, incontinence and pelvic pain related to neurogenic, functional, and anatomical conditions. For this reason, neurological and complex pelvic floor conditions where neuromodulation could be used are evaluated. Criteria and diagnostic tools for patients' selection will be discussed. Evidence based medicine data as well as personal tips and tricks in PTNS and sacral neuromodulation in children and adolescents will be presented . Furthermore awareness, update, technical tips and ideas for future research and increased understanding on the peculiar aspects of incontinence management in children and young adults with learning disabilities. We will discuss the diagnostic methods and approach for incontinence and bowel issues and their tailored integrated care pathway (ICP), the current protocols for management of these complex cases and the expected outcomes, in different clinical scenarios.
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