P - Poster Session
Poster Session 1

Saturday May 04, 2019 | 18:30 to 20:00
Room: Exhibit-Poster Area

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Presentations

KIDNEY POSTERS

Non-invasive differentiation of non-rejection kidney injury from acute rejection in pediatric renal transplant recipients
Mr. Ben Archdekin, Canada
Queen's University School of Medicine, Kingston

Echocardiographic evaluation of cardiac function in pediatric renal patients pre and post transplantation
Mr. Hajir Adl Golchin, Canada
University of British Columbia, North Vancouver

The importance of BMP4 gene defects in renal transplant patients with CAKUT
Prof. Esra Baskin, Turkey
Baskent University, Ankara

Early post-transplant blood transfusions and graft outcome in pediatric renal transplant recipients
Prof. Esra Baskin, Turkey
Baskent University, Ankara

FSGS recurrence in pediatric renal transplants
Tom Blydt-Hansen, Canada
BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver

Medical nephrectomy in children with end-stage renal disease due to nephrotic syndrome
Dr. Charlotte M. Bootsma-Robroeks, Netherlands
Amalia Childrens Hospital Radboudumc, Nijmegen

Consequences of post-transplantation HLA antibodies for pediatric renal transplant recipients in Amsterdam
Dr. Antonia Bouts, Netherlands
Emma Children's Hospital, Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam

ESPN survey on current practice regarding recurrent focal-segmental glomerulosclerosis after pediatric kidney transplantation
Dr. Antonia Bouts, Netherlands
Emma Children's Hospital, Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam

Transport medium fluid cultures in paediatric renal transplantation: are we ready to make a consensus on prophylaxis?
Miss Sheila Boyle, United Kingdom
Great Ormond Street Hospital , London

Upside-down kidney placement: an alternative in pediatric renal transplantation
Miss Alba Bueno, Spain
Children's Hospital La Paz, Madrid

Long term outcomes of renal and simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplantation from paediatric donors
Mr. Pankaj Chandak, United Kingdom
Guys and Kings college London, London

A Modified ‘Teach Back’ Method to Improve Health Literacy in Youth with Kidney Transplants
Dr. Jayanthi Chandar, United States
University of Miami, Miami

Prevalence of renal dysfunction in paediatric liver transplant recipients
Dr. Manjula Gowrishankar, Canada
University of Alberta, Edmonton

Case report: Late-onset BK viral nephropathy with acute rejection in a paediatric kidney transplant recipient post acute obstructive uropathy in a native kidney
Dr. Jaythoon Hassan, Ireland
University College Dublin, Dublin

Primary hyperoxaluria in Korea
Prof. Hee Gyung Kang, Korea
Seoul National University , Seoul

Paediatric renal transplantation-Outcomes of renal allografts requiring explantation and re-implantation
Mr. Muhammad Arslan Khurram, United Kingdom
Guy’s and St Thomas NHS trust/ Great Ormond Street hospital, London

The effects and consequences of blood transfusion after pediatric kidney transplantation
Prof. Gokhan Moray, Turkey
Baskent University, Ankara

Efficacy of LDL apheresis in therapy refractory recurrent FSGS
JoAnn Morey, United States
Boston Children's Hospital, Boston

High donor derived cell free DNA levels in the presence of donor specific antibodies (DSA) is a strong predictor of antibody mediated rejection (ABMR) in pediatric renal transplant recipients
Dr. Dechu P Puliyanda, United States
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles

Transplant ureterostomy in children with congenital anomalies of the kidneys and urinary tract (CAKUT)
Dr. Tara Raftery, Ireland
Temple Street Children's University Hospital, Dublin

Importance of changes to treatment plans based on pediatric renal transplant biopsy findings in Ireland: a 10-year review
Dr. Tara Raftery, Ireland
Temple Street Children's University Hospital, Dublin

Factors affecting apparent Mycophenolic Acid clearance in pediatric transplant recipients – a Retrospective Cohort Study
Dr. Carmen I. Rodriguez Cuellar, Mexico
Instituto Nacional de Pediatria, Mexico City

Long-term, retrospective, observational study on patient and graft survival in pediatric renal transplant recipients – Implications for the future?
Prof. Lutz T Weber, Germany
University Hospital of Cologne, Cologne

Optimizing use of the UNOS policy for pediatric patients approaching ESKD
Mrs. Melissa M Walker, United States
Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City

One-year outcomes of plasma cell-rich acute rejection versus acute/active antibody-mediated rejection in pediatric renal transplant recipients: A single center’s experience
Dr. Mouin G Seikaly, United States
UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas

Concordance of ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging in the vascular workup of children undergoing renal transplantation
Dr. Stephen Marks, United Kingdom
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, London

LIVER / INTESTINE POSTERS

A single center experience in using sirolimus in pediatric liver transplant
Dr. Rayna Alamurova, Bulgaria
Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds

Initial experience with biodegradable stents for treatment of anastomotic biliary strictures in a single paediatric liver transplant center
Dr. Rayna Alamurova, Bulgaria
Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds

Quadratus lumborum for fast track liver transplantation. Does it work? Is it safe?
Dr. Daniela Damian, United States
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh

Conversion to Rapamycin as a treatment modality for de-novo allergies and immune-mediated disorders Post Liver and multivisceral Transplantation
Dr. Mohit Kehar, Canada
Queens University, Kingston

Differential post-transplant normalization rates of serum proteins in pediatric liver patients
Dr. Richard S Mangus, United States
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis

Pilot study of post liver transplant contrast enhanced ultrasound in children
Dr. Richard S Mangus, United States
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis

Short and Medium-Term Outcomes Following Percutaneous Endovascular Stent Treatment of Hepatic Venous Outflow Obstruction After Pediatric Liver Transplantation
Dr. Eimear McGovern, United States
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati

Excellent outcomes after pediatric liver transplantation for argininosuccinate lyase deficiency: A single center experience
Prof. Patrick J. McKiernan, United States
UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh

Difficulties and successes with clinical research: how to convince parents to enroll their transplanted children in vaccine trials: a ten year experience
Dr. Sébastien Papis, Switzerland
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève, Geneva

Management of portal vein anastomotic stenosis after pediatric liver transplantation: evaluation of single center experience
Dr. Hubert PJ van der Doef, Netherlands
University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen

ETHICS / PSYCHOSOCIAL / ECONOMICAL ISSUES POSTERS

An exploration of health-related quality of life in pediatric renal transplant recipients
Dr. Kaushalendra Amatya, United States
Children's National Medical Center, Washington

Social and psychological impacts of having a child with liver transplant
Dr. Ebru H. Ayvazoglu Soy, Turkey
Baskent University, Ankara

Empowering adolescents with renal transplants- what do they want?
Dr. Helen E Jones, United Kingdom
Evelina London Children's Hospital, London

The Ethics of Lung Transplant in Cystic Fibrosis
Mrs. Dawn Freiberger, United States
Boston Childrens's Hospital, South Walpole

Barriers to Pediatric Liver and Kidney Transplantation in Vietnam- a survey
Dr. Fiona Mackie, Australia
Sydney Children's Hospital, Sydney

Transplantation in patients with Primary Focal Segmental Glomerular Sclerosis: An ethical dilemma
Charushree Prasad, Canada
Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Let’s Text: Engaging adolescent solid organ transplant patients to manage their health
Dr. Steven L Rathegber, Canada
BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver

Substance use among adolescent solid organ transplant candidates: provider perspectives on policy
Dr. Elizabeth A. Steinberg, United States
Children's Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora

Understanding barriers and disparities in listing for pediatric solid organ transplant: patient characteristics
Dr. Elizabeth A. Steinberg, United States
Children's Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora

Exploring the chaplain’s use of "Holy Listening Stones" in pre-transplant evaluations
Ms. Cassidy J Wohlfarth, United States
Children's Health, Dallas

Transplant as Medical Trauma: Posttraumatic Growth in Pediatric Transplant Patients and Caregivers
Dr. Kelli Triplett, United States
Childrens Medical Center Dallas/University of Texas Southwestern, Carrollton

Transition of paediatric renal transplant recipients in Germany: Identifying barriers
Dr. Lars Pape, Germany
Hannover Medical School, Hannover

MISCELLANEOUS TOPIC POSTERS

Mental health and adherence following paediatric renal transplantation
Dr. Lars Pape, Germany
Hannover Medical School, Hannover

Variability in care structures across Canadian pediatric and adult kidney, liver, and heart transplant programs
Dr. Bethany J Foster, Canada
McGill University, Montreal

Evaluation of the Live 5-2-1-0 Healthcare Provider Toolkit in two pilot clinics at BC Children’s Hospital
Soleina Maherali, Canada
BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver

Trauma-and violence-informed care with pediatric transplant patients
Dr. Caroline Piotrowski, Canada
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg

Physical Activity, Exercise Capacity, and Quality of Life in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients
Ms. Astrid De Souza, Canada
BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver

Limitations of the electronic health record on medication reconciliation
Mrs. Kathleen Mallett, United States
Children's Mercy Kansas City, Kansas City

Urinary CXCL10 stability under different sample processing conditions for use in clinical practice
Dr. Li Wang, Canada
BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver

Towards gender equality: An analysis of medical and surgical publications in pediatric transplantation
Blaire Anderson, United States
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha

Sequential liver after kidney transplantation in a case of Sensenbrenner syndrome
Prof. Joanna Pawłowska, Poland
The Children's Memorial Health Institute, Warsaw

Isradipine or hydralazine: Which is more cost effective and safer for the treatment of hypertension
Katherine Twombley, United States
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston

A case of hyporeninemic hypoaldosteronism following liver transplantation
Dr. Blake J. Sandery, Canada
British Columbia Children's Hospital, Vancouver



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