POD-2 - Podium Session
Podium Session 2: Endourology

Saturday June 25, 2022 | 08:00 to 09:00
Room: Bedeque & Cardigan

Learning Objectives

As a result of attending this session, participants will be able to:

  • Better characterize symptomatic patients with small non-obstructing stones
  • Understand the role of ultrasound imaging in the ER patient presenting with renal colic and as apart of PCNL treatment
  • Understand eye safety concerns re: thulium laser fiber
  • Gain a better understanding regarding the impact of metabolic stone disease on bone heath
  • Consider/re-evaluate expansion of candidacy for same-day urological procedures


Presentations


08:00
POD-2.1

Dr. / Dr Shubhadip De
Characterizing symptomatic patients with small non-obstructing renal calculi (SNORC): a primary prospective cohort study analysis


08:10
POD-2.2

Dr. / Dr Danielle Jenkins
Renal colic imaging practice patterns in Ontario – a population-based study


08:30
POD-2.4

Dr. / Dr Nicolas Siron
Performing urological inpatient procedures as same-day procedures during the COVID pandemic – a retrospective feasibility study


08:40
POD-2.5

Thomas Chi
Ultrasound-only percutaneous nephrolithotomy is safe and effective compared to fluoroscopy-directed percutaneous nephrolithotomy


08:20
POD-2.3

Dr. / Dr Jason Lee
Better safe than sorry! Results from an ex vivo study demonstrate that the thulium fiber laser may cause eye injury without standard protection


08:50
POD-2.6

Dr. / Dr Jennifer Bjazevic
Stones and bones: evaluating the impact of metabolic stone disease on bone health




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