Program

THURSDAY October 5th, 2017

15.30

Welcome coffee break in the exhibition

16.15 – 16.30

Introduction and presentation of UROP 2017 Meeting
Morgan Roupret

16.30 – 17.30

Round Table discussion and short videos : My worst nightmares in robotics, how to wake up?
Chairman: Christophe Vaessen (France)

Speakers: Thomas Blanc (France), Ben Challacombe (UK), Philippe Paparel (France), François Rozet (France), Peter Wiklund (Sweden)

17.30

IPSEN: Prostate cancer: Advanced surgical techniques in a context of tumor aggressiveness – Eric Barret, France

17.45

SANOFI: Management of mCRPC : where are we in 2017? – Yann Vano, France

FRIDAY October, 6th 2017

8.00 – 8.15

Interest of robotic for insertion of artificial urinary sphincter
Véronique Phé, France

8.15 – 8.30

How to Improve potency after radical prostatectomy
Francesco Montorsi, Italy

8.30 -10.30

Live Session 1 (2h)
Moderators : Thomas Blanc, Francesco Montorsi, Philippe Paparel, Morgan Rouprêt, Peter Wiklund

Living donor nephrectomy? Christophe Vaessen, France

DV radical prostatectomy Eric Barret, France

DV Nephro-ureterectomy Alexandre de la Taille, France

Lomboscopic UPJ (recorded surgery in live condition)
Thomas Blanc, France

10.30

Break

11.00 – 12.00

Live Session 2 (2h)
Moderators: Thomas Blanc, Francesco Montorsi, Philippe Paparel, Morgan Rouprêt, Peter Wiklund

 

 

Transperitoneal Partial Nephrectomy
Ben Challacombe, UK


 

12.00 – 13.15

ASTELLAS Symposium
Prostate cancer an current landscape of hormonal treatments

13.15 – 14.15

Lunch on the exhibition and live surgeries

14.15 – 14.30

Flash Sympo: Intuitive surgical: Fast-track robotic partial nephrectomy: Toward to discharge at J1 Philippe Paparel, France

14.30

Live Session 3 (1h30)
Moderators: Thomas Blanc, Ben Challacombe, Jérôme Parra, François Rozet

Radical cystectomy with intracorporeal reconstruction Peter Wiklund, Sweden

DV radical prostatectomy Francesco Montorsi, Italy

DV Nephrectomy partial Nicolas Doumerc, France

Mitrofanoff diversion (recorded surgery in live condition)
Thomas Blanc, France

17.00

Conclusion and perspectives  Christophe Vaessen