Alexis M P Schizas ICS Chair
Jacopo Martellucci ICS Chair
#258 Abdominal massage for the relief of constipation symptoms in people with multiple sclerosis – results of a qualitative study
McClurg D1, Doran S1, Goodman K1, Harris F2, Hagen S1, Treweek S3, Norrie J3, Emmanuel A4, Norton C5, Coggrave M5, Manoukian S11. Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Unit, Glasgow Caledonian University, 2. University of Stirling, 3. University of Aberdeen, 4. Univeristy College London, 5. Kings College London Anal Incontinence, Constipation, Multiple Sclerosis, Quality of Life (QoL)
#259 Abdominal massage for neurogenic bowel dysfunction in people with multiple sclerosis (AMBER - Abdominal Massage for Bowel Dysfunction Effectiveness Research)- preliminary results of a randomised controlled trial PRIZE AWARD: Best in Category Prize - Anorectal / Bowel Dysfunction
McClurg D1, Goodman K1, Hagen S1, Manokian S1, John N2, Treweek S2, Emmanuel A3, Donnan P4, Norton C5, Harris F6, Rauchhaus P4, Doran S11. Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Unit, Glasgow Caledonian University, 2. University of Aberdeen, 3. University College London, 4. University of Dundee, 5. Kings College London, 6. University of Stirling Constipation, Multiple Sclerosis, Clinical Trial
#260 NEUROGENIC FECAL INCONTINENCE AS A PREDICTOR FOR DISCHARGE SETTINGS AFTER REHABILITATION: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ON 546 BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS.
Giraudo D1, Lamberti G21. Urology Unit, San Raffaele Turro Hospital, Milano (Italy), 2. Neurorehabilitation Unit "E. Viglietta", ASL CN1, Cuneo (Italy) Anal Incontinence, Bowel Evacuation Dysfunction, Rehabilitation, Retrospective Study
#261 Functional Connectivity of the Defecation Network in Women
Neshatian L1, Karmonik C1, Pande R1, Elias S1, Quigley E1, Khavari R11. Houston Methodist Hospital Bowel Evacuation Dysfunction, Constipation, Female, Imaging, Pelvic Floor
#262 Obstetric anal sphincter injury. Mode of vaginal delivery and repercussions on the pelvic floor
Martín Martínez A1, Ortega Cárdenes I1, Medina Castellano M1, Fernández Mederos A1, Pérez Morales E1, Figueras Falcón T1, Hernández Pérez D1, García Hernández J Á11. Hospital Universitario Materno Infantil de Canarias Anal Incontinence, Pelvic Floor, Imaging
#263 The effect of a repeat delivery on long term outcome in women with obstetric anal sphincter injury (OASIS) – a prospective longitudinal ultrasound study
Eisenberg V1, Vernikovsky G1, Brecher S1, Avidan Y1, Yodfat I1, Lantsberg D1, Bitman G1, Alcalay M11. Sheba Medical Center Anal Incontinence, Imaging, Female, Prospective Study, Questionnaire
#264 Science or Magic? Advice after an OASIS.
Cassis C1, Giarenis I1, Mukhopadhyay S1, Morris E11. NNUH Anal Incontinence, Urgency, Fecal, Female
#265 Episcissors- reducing Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries (OASIS) in instrumental delivery
Condell A1, Burden F1, Bulchandani S11. University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire Anal Incontinence, Female, New Instrumentation, Pelvic Floor, Quality of Life (QoL)
#266 IS IT POSSIBLE TO PREDICT THE RISK OF POSTNATAL URINARY OR FECAL INCONTINENCE PRIOR TO DELIVERY?
Fritel X1, Pizzoferrato A2, Fauconnier A3, Guilhot J11. Université de Poitiers, Faculté de Médecine et Pharmacie, CIC 1402, CHU de Poitiers, France, 2. CHU de Caen, France, 3. Research Unit EA7285, Risk and Safety in Clinical Medicine for Women and Perinatal Health, UVSQ, France Anal Incontinence, Incontinence, Prevention, Female, Mathematical or statistical modelling
#267 First reported experience of sacral nerve stimulation in patients with faecal incontinence using the Axonics® miniaturized, rechargeable neuromodulation system.
Dudding T11. University Hospital Southampton New Devices, Anal Incontinence, Neuromodulation, Urgency, Fecal, Surgery
#268 The potential role of stem cells in the treatment of fecal incontinence following posterior sagittal anorectoplasty operation
Gadallah N1, El-Okby A2, El-Badawy R2, Bakry S2, El Bahrawy M2, Atala A31. Ain Shams University, Cairo, 2. Al-Azhar University, Cairo, 3. Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Clinical Trial, Stem Cells / Tissue Engineering, Anal Incontinence
#269 CHILDREN’S ANORECTAL PHYSIOLOGY SERVICE (CAPS): HIGH RESOLUTION AWAKE ANORECTAL PHYSIOLOGY PROTOCOL
Athanasakos E1, Dalton S1, McDowell S1, Rawat D1, Cleeve S11. Barts Health, The Royal London Hospital Anal Incontinence, Pathophysiology, Pediatrics, Constipation