Presentations at the Sydney Conference are now available

Published: Tue, 22nd November 2016, 09:35:00 PM
A copy of the presentations which were made at the recent conference in Sydney are now available for our members to read. These presentations were made by some of the worlds leading medical experts in the field of TOF/OA and related medical conditions. They demonstrate how much work is being done in the field, but do remember that these presentations were primarily aimed at other medical professionals so they are mostly quite complex. Professor Frederic Gottrand   Conensus guidelines on management of GI complications of Oesophageal Atresia Dr Michael Vanwijk  Gastroesohageal reflux in OA: medical management including risk of long term PPI Dr Michael Nightingale  Congenital Oesophageal Stenosis Professor David Van der Zee  Long gap Oesophageal Atresia remains a challenge - for everyone? Dr Rajendra Saoji  Long gap Oesophageal Atresia remains a challenge - for everyone? Professor Tom Kovesi  Aspiration risk and resipiratory complications in patients with OA Dr Yvonne Belessis  Lung function testing in OA   Professor Dominic Fitzgerald  Management of Tracheomalacia-medications/non invasive ventilation vs invasive Mr Michael Doumit  Airway clearance and physiotherapy in OA Dr Maria Ramsay  Feeding difficulties in OA patients Ms Jessica Menzies & Ms Jennifer Hughes  Practical management of feeding difficulties in children with OA Mr Graham Slater & Mrs Olivia Guidice  Working together for enhanced outcomes - the Patient Groups' role Professor Christophe Faure  Dysmotlity in OA - Pathophysiology, characterisation and treatment Professor Taher Omari & Ms Lisa McCall  How to do a HRIM study and get meaningful results Dr Usha Krishnan  But what about the stomach? Professor Robin Cotton  When is tracheomalacia clinically significant? Ms Madeliene Gottrand  Prevalence of dumping syndrome after a surgery for oesophageal atresia type C without fundoplication Dr David Mowat  Should every OA patient see a Geneticist? Dr Usha Krishnan  Molecular profiling of Eosinophilic esophagitis in children with OA Dr Sebastian King  Transition to Adulthood-do we need it? Dr Rony Sfeir & Professor Frederic Gottrand  Importance of International registry and collaborative research in OA

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